I spent two consecutive months living in Bali in 2019 where I circled almost the entire island visiting both popular and off-the-beaten-path destinations. I spent countless hours researching which vaccines to get, whether or not I needed a driving permit and more. I'm here to share what I've learned so that you can save yourself time and energy when planning your trip to Bali, whether you're visiting on holiday or staying long-term.
I don't want to say that yoga in Bali is expensive, but it's not as cheap as you'd expect. Yoga has value and it's deserving of the almighty dollar, but free classes are a fantastic option if you'd like to try a studio for the first time or if you're on a budget.
There are cooking classes in Ubud, and then there’s Tresna Bali Cooking School. Tresna Bali is so much more than a cooking class — it's a hands-on, intimate, authentic Balinese cooking experience.
After spending almost three weeks in Bali, checking in to Artotel Haniman in Ubud was a modern escape that I didn't know I needed. My husband and I had been staying in budget to mid-range accommodation that lacked the western comforts we were accustomed to in the United States and Artotel had all of them (and more).
The Bali Eco Cycling tour is a very popular tour in Ubud with over 1,500 five star reviews on TripAdvisor. I’m usually a little hesitant to book tours because I prefer authentic experiences over tourist attractions, but this tour was a great way to escape the hustle and bustle of Ubud and see the “real” Bali.
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