Bali is a fantastic island. It has beautiful and a great attraction for many individuals who visit the place every year. It is a lovely island that is home to many people who live and work here. If you are planning to visit Bali soon, here are some tips to make things better for you.
Tips to Enjoy your Holiday in Bali
The weather in Bali is amazing. However, if you are traveling from May to September, it is a dry season. April to October is a rainy season. As for humidity, it is not bad but make sure your accommodation has air-conditioning.
- What you need to pack
Since the weather is okay, pack light clothes in breathable, natural fabrics. You should also have some swimming costumes and sunscreen. Remember you are near the equator; the sun might have a bite even in the evening. Bali is an island; hence you should also pack a high insect repellent, things might not be good at night.
Bali is also full of tourists. So it is essential to choose your accommodation wisely. Accommodation ranges from basic hotels to amazing five-star hotels. For a family trip, there are affordable luxury villas you can book through several Australian tourist companies. There are also suitable villas in Seminyak if you are traveling with friends. If you are planning to visit with small children, a private pool might not work for you. Happily, several Australia companies can help you choose family friendly villas, with space for teenagers if you are traveling with them.
- Places to see in Bali
Holidays in Bali are somehow enjoyable to everyone because there are many places to see. For example, Waterbom Park that always makes kids crazy. Others places to visit are Ubud sacred monkey forest, Mount Batur volcano, Lembongan Island cruise, Uluwatu, Nusa Dua and fantastic Spa treatments in Balinese style. All these places are excellent at a fraction of Australian costs.
It is very safe when traveling around Bali Island. There are many security checks on bags and cars before entering any hotel or tourist spots.
You can use Visa debit or credit on almost every place, and you might only need to use cash when paying for a cab or the driver. Also, there are several money changers around the island.
Food in Bali is probably the best, and you can eat considerably delicious meals same standard as in Australia. Most menus include Mexican, Asian and Western Favorites.