Things to do in Bali, Indonesia
April 21, 2019
by Manas Patil
What makes Bali so unique from the rest of the vacation spots is that it’s an ideal location for all kinds of people. By all kinds, I mean people who wish to stay idle and stretch their feet to the warm sun by the beach or those who like to explore and travel around. It’s also ideal for those who love all kinds of water sports.
It’s obvious! Bali is known for its varieties in water sports. But of course, Bali is really recognized for its lifestyle and tradition. So before you regret about it, there are quite a few things that you shouldn’t miss out here. This includes cuisine and tradition.
Cuisine in Bali
Going to Bali and not getting the feel of Nasi Padang on your tongue is equivalent to not visiting Bali. If you’re a vegetarian, that is a whole different case. Because in Bali, or anywhere else in Indonesia for that matter, the number of varieties in non-vegetarian delicacies is in abundance.
If one sets out to try all of the varieties, he or she may go on for a whole day with breakfast, lunch, and dinner. But let me assure you that not even a whole day is enough for checking out all its varieties. What makes these delicacies even more compelling is the fact that each tastes better than the other.
There is no stopping it. Now if you are asking for the best restaurants, quite frankly, Bali is packed with these restaurants. There isn’t much difference between one another in terms of taste. So there isn’t much to worry about.
A Spot to Trek in Bali
I’m sure there are a few places here and there that are available for trekking but I found this to be the best among all. If one is carrying an infant then this option is out.
But for the majority out there, just like I said before, Bali is for all. If you are into trekking and adventures, then this is not a spot you would want to miss out on. Even if you are sort of an indoor person, the view and the feel on the top is going to be overwhelming.
The view has the power to make an illusion that one is floating above the clouds. So either way, it is worth the time and climbs. Speaking of climbing, if you’re going out for the first time (I believe you are), I would suggest taking a guide.
Usually, the trek will begin early about three in the morning. The trek will take up to four hours. Start out in the dark but you will come down with a radiant face under the sun.
So if you’ve packed up your bags and ready to visit Bali, these are the most basic places and things that one must do if he or she goes to Bali. Another thing to keep in mind is that the longer you stay, the better. The place is so vast that you will be spending more time traveling than enjoying the moments of it. At least make it a four-day trip and that will turn out worthwhile.
You can rent out a van or a bus if you’re traveling in a group. For individuals, you can rent a motorbike or a scooter for yourself. Either way, you will enjoy your journeys.