Bali is the most popular destination in the Indonesian archipelago and thanks to Instagram now Bali has also become one of the most popular island destinations in the world. Its hard not to fall in love with this diverse tropical paradise which has so much to offer from beaches to volcanoes to culture and so much more. We split our week in Bali across 3 places on the island to get unique experiences for our holiday so Ill be sharing a quick recap of our trip highlights in this blog post.
My absolute fave part of Bali is in the South! First up, we went to a quiet beach in the South of Bali called Bingin Beach. While Bali has tons of beautiful beaches with amazing beach clubs, shacks and bars, a lot of them can get really crowded and a bit too touristy to our liking. Personally both Anush and I love more secluded and quiter beaches and untouched Bingin could not have been a more perfect choice.
Sun Surf Stay, Bingin Beach
Ungasan Clifftop resort
Sunset at Sundays Beach Club
Ubud was a refreshing change of scenery from the blue beach to the lush green tropics. Ubud has a ton of touristy things to offer and is quite unlike the beachy South part of Bali. I have a travel guide specifically for Ubud in my blog post here.
We stayed at the beautiful Wapa Di Ume. This was undoubtedly one of our favorite places we stayed at during our visit to Bali. Wapa is a serene slice of heaven set among the beautiful rice fields, which makes you feel so in tune with the tropical nature of this place. Read more in my blog post here.
Wapa Di Ume Ubud
Our last stop in our Balinese vacay was the vibrant town of Seminyak. Seminyak is a fashionable haven for fantastic cafes, bars and shopping! I have never come across a place like this with such a high density of amazing eats and shopping all within the same area.
The number one criteria when we were looking for hotels in Seminyak was a clean comfortable hotel at a very convenient location. IZE Seminyak fit that bill so well! It is a 12-minute walk from Seminyak Beach and 3.5 km from the lively Legian Road. Anush and I were super excited to be able to walk to all our favorite hotspots in Seminyak. Read more in my blog post here.
Thanks for stopping by! xoxo