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Thomas Cook India ’s team of travel experts curate and plan every Bali tour with a personal touch. We aim to ensure that your Bali holiday fits your needs like a glove. Thomas Cook’s inviting accommodation, out of the world experiences and a plethora of services make sure your family and you stay happy while on tour. From a short 4 Nights/ 5 Days trip to a long 11 Nights/ 12 Days vacation, these Bali tour packages are ideal for satisfying most kinds of travel needs. 

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Enchanting mornings and beautiful sunrises that would make you want to get up during the early hours of the morning... Treks through the lush green forests that would make you explore more and more of nature... Clear blue waters that would make you take just one more dip in the sea... And, mesmerizing sunsets that would make you want to stay back for just another evening... just another day... Well, this is  Bali Tourism  for you, and for all of us! If you're a backpacker, surfing enthusiast, or diver- we have something of interest for you! If you're simply looking for a relaxing holiday with your friends, family or loved ones- well, Thomas Cook India has something for you, too! We may be yet to discover the kind of Bali trip package that would suit you, but we already have discovered one thing- Bali is an island you will like, for both its hippy vibe and spiritual charm. You can spend your evenings peacefully in one (or some) of the many temples or monasteries there or can rejuvenate your spirits by spending time at the many beachside shacks and cafes. So, in order to enjoy your vacation to the fullest, make sure to look for Bali packages that cover all your vacation requirements.

Best time to visit Bali

Before you start looking for available Bali holiday packages, make sure to decide the right time for your trip. The best time to visit Bali is between May and October. Since this is the dry or the summer season, one can make use of the Various activities in Bali and opportunities that this scenic place has to offer. Also, don't forget to check out our buy 1 get 1 offer on Bali trips on Thomascook. Of course, Thomas Cook India will guarantee you a seamless, relaxing travelling experience, despite the rush of tourists.

November to March is the wet or the monsoon season in Bali. Though even that is a good time to explore the beaches, it is not as flocked with tourists because of the rain. And, many water sports are closed during that time. You won’t have issues finding the best Bali packages for this season.

The easiest way to reach Bali , Indonesia is by flight. Since Bali is the most popular tourist destination of Indonesia, its airport is connected to several major airports of the world. Indian cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Hyderabad and Bangalore. 

In what will be a sigh of relief for all our customers, Indian tourists do not need to apply for a visa to travel to Bali. Indonesia provides visa on arrival for Indian tourists for a duration of up to 30 days from the date of travel. However, it is mandatory to carry your passport which must be valid for at least 6 months from the day of your arrival in Bali. Do note that some Bali packages may offer the feature of included or optional flights. However, if you don’t want the inclusion of transportation, you can opt for Bali packages that don’t feature transport.

Sacred Monkey Forest:The Sacred Monkey Forest is a monkey sanctuary in Ubud , Balinese. It is home to the grey long-tailed macaques, and this forest is one of the most popular tourist spots in the country. This forest serves multiple purposes- visitors can experience playful, carefree monkeys in their natural habitat while simultaneously enjoying the beauty of nature along paths lined with trees. Our offer on Bali tour packages features the top places, attractions, sightseeing and other activities. Here are some of the best places to visit in Bali .

  • Bali Safari Park
  • Tegenungan Waterfall
  • Nusa Penida Island
  • Tanah Lot Temple
  • Besakih Temple
  • Ulun Danu Beratan Temple

Bali Safari Park:

Bali Safari Park is a great spot for families to visit and enjoy with their children. The 40 hectare- safari park is one of the biggest animal theme parks in Bali. This open zoo is different, and a must-visit for children as well as adults because this experience is as real as it gets. Animals- like orangutans, hippos, lions, zebras and white tigers- can be spotted roaming freely in large open spaces, without any cages in sight. You can enjoy this site along with several other prominent tourist attractions during your trip by going with the Bali packages offered on our website.

Tegenungan Waterfall:

This mesmerizing waterfall is located amidst luscious green forests, not too far from Ubud. The best part about the waterfall is that at the bottom of it is a natural pool where visitors can take a dip. The Tegenungan Waterfall is best suited for visits during the wet season, from October to March. Look for Bali tour packages that include a visit to this site under sightseeing.

Nusa Penida Island:

Located in south-eastern Bali, the island of Nusa Penida is a place that will take your breath away. Oh, and after you manage to catch it again, it just wouldn’t let you let go of your camera- it is that photogenic. This place does not have a lot of options for overnight stays, so most tourists prefer to make a day trip. The Nusa Penida Island is also a famous spot for snorkeling and scuba diving. Some Bali tour packages may feature a short trip to this island as a standard inclusion.

Tanah Lot Temple:

This 15th century temple is located on a rocky top, surrounded with crashing waves. The highly revered Tanah Lot is a Hindu Temple, popular not just for the calm one is sure to experience in the temple grounds, but also for the sunset views it has to offer. This, dear friends, is just the perfect place to rejuvenate your spirit and soul.

Bali Swing:

Remember the tiny FOMO feeling when you saw your college friend get that perfect picture at that photogenic swing surrounded by just the sea? Well, here’s your chance to do that and more! Head over to the Bali Swing near Ubud rice terraces, and just strike a pose! Not once, not twice but several times as there are three different levels of swings available for you to just strap on and swing away! Not just the Bali Swing, visit all the popular tourist attractions in this Indonesian province with our specially designed Bali travel packages.

Besakih Temple:

The ‘Mother Temple’ of Bali, officially called the Besaikh or Pura Besakih temple is the most famous temple complex in Bali. This temple is exquisite because of its vibe and its location- it rests on the slopes of Mount Agung. Surrounded by picturesque landscape of hills, streams and endless rice fields, the Mother Temple has shrines dedicated to multiple Hindu deities. 

Ulun Danu Beratan Temple:

The 17th century Ulun Danu Beratan Temple is dedicated to the Hindu Trinity of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva, as well as the Lake Goddess, Dewi Danu.

Foods to Eat in Bali

Alongside browsing through available Bali packages, make sure to also look into the exciting regional cuisine. One of the best experiences about visiting exotic places like Bali is the experience related to trying the local cuisines there. The amazing flavour made from blending local spices used through generations is all the reason to try local dishes in Balinese cafes and restaurants, leaving behind (at least for a while) the conventional food we all are so used to eating!

Here’s what you must try dishesh in Bali:

  • Fried/Smoked Duck
  • Local Ice cream
  • Barbeque Food
  • Jimbaran Seafood
  • Balinese Kopi

Fried/Smoked Duck:

Most menu cards will have Bebek Goreng (Fried Duck) or BebekBetutu (Smoked Duck) as their specialties. If you spot them, well, we are telling you, you must try them! Fried Duck is the conventional seasoned, boiled or steamed deep fried duck. Smoked Duck, on the other hand, is smoked for over 24 hours after being seasoned with local spices. Both are traditional Balinese dishes served with rice, vegetables and dips.

Local Ice cream:

If you thought Bali was just about beaches and swimming and temples, you thought wrong. Bali is also about food- particularly about ice cream! Get ready to spot several small gelatos or cafes that produce their very own, very Balinese ice cream. Once there, make sure you try their local flavours like the red dragon fruit, lemongrass or lychee! There’ll be no regrets, we assure you. Enjoy your dream vacation in Bali with your spouse by opting for the honeymoon special Bali trip packages on our website.

Barbeque Food:

Do you remember reading novels or watching movies where a group of friends just sit at the beach, around the fire and munch of barbequed snacks? Well, this can now very well be a scene out of your life, for the smell of charcoal-grilled meat is so tempting- something we must not ignore and indulge in! What makes Balinese barbeque food stand out from others is its seamless blend of sweet, savoury and slightly smoky taste with the perfect balance of meat and spices. So, make sure to try the Balinese barbecue food during your Bali tour.

Jimbaran Seafood:

This category of food is available at all the shacks along the Jimbaran beach. Cafes and shacks that specialize in Jimbaran seafood let their customers pick the sea food either from the a la carte menu or offer pre-set meals for more than two people.

Balinese Kopi:

What is even a vacation without some relaxing coffee? The Balinese Kopi, or coffee, is famous and for all the right reasons- it blends coffee grown in fertile volcanic lands. The stalls on main roads, or on beaches offer varieties of coffees- hot and cold. Let us handle the aspect of meals alongside accommodations, sightseeing, flights, etc., while you enjoy your dream vacation by going with Bali travel packages offered by Thomas Cook.

Things to Do in Bali

Bali, often referred to as the "Island of the Gods," is a mesmerizing destination known for its stunning landscapes, vibrant culture, and diverse range of activities. Whether you're seeking adventure, relaxation, or cultural immersion, Bali has something for everyone. Here's a list of things to do in Bali to make the most of your visit:

  • White Water Rafting in Ayung River
  • Surfing in Padang Padang and Kuta
  • Join a Balinese cooking class
  • Sunrise Trek to Mount Batur
  • Bathe in the Pura TirtaEmpul Temple
  • Museum hopping
  • Watch and enjoy a traditional dance
  • Explore the Artisans Village

White Water Rafting in Ayung River:

The Ayung River near Ubud is Bali’s longest and largest rapids. Just thinking about rafting in Ayung River is giving us the thrills! To add a big and red cherry on the cake, let us also tell you that the Ayung River is set in a beautiful backdrop of wild, unspoiled jungle, scenic rice fields and towering gorges. What you must expect from White Water Rafting in Ayung River is refreshing waterfalls, swirling foamy water, sudden drops and lots and lots of adrenaline rush! For the best adventure experience, opt for Bali packages that include these activities as standard attributes.

Surfing in Padang Padang and Kuta:

Can we really talk about beaches without talking about surfing? What an injustice it would be! Padang Padang Beach, in Bukit Peninsula (north-west coast) is one of the most famous surf spots of Bali and is visited by surfers from around the world. What’s more, Padang Padang is also host to international surfing events like Rip Curl Cup Padang.

For beginners, however, heading to the Kuta beach will be a safer and more enjoyable surfing experience. This beach has several surfing schools, too.

Join a Balinese cooking class:

Yes, this is as unusual for us as it would seem to you! But, believe it or not, as part of a Bali Tour Package, you can join a home cooking class where you will be taught by locals the secret of authentic Balinese cooking. These cooking classes are coupled with market tours to find fresh vegetables, aromatic spices and other ingredients.

Sunrise Trek to Mount Batur:

The sunrise view from Mount Batur is one of the most exquisite views in the entire region of Bali. An early morning trek up Mount Batur is famous just for the views. Since Mount Batur is one of the active volcanoes in Bali, your visit needs to be accompanied by a certified local guide. Bali tours are incomplete without going for this mesmerising trek, so make sure to go for this experience.

Bathe in the Pura TirtaEmpul Temple:

A national heritage site, the TirtaEmpul Temple in Manukaya Village is a temple dating back to 960 AD. This legendary temple has a sacred water spring which is said to have healing properties. The Pura TirtaEmpul Temple is frequented by tourists from across the world who come to take a bath in the blessed water. Get to enjoy similar delightful experiences by opting for Bali travel packages from our website.

Museum hopping:

Bali is not entirely about beaches. It is also about cultural sights like museums and galleries. The Agung Rai Museum of Art (ARMA) is the place to go to explore the creative arts of Bali- it features Balinese architecture. Its creativity is heightened by its location- it is set amidst tropical gardens. The museum also hosts gamelan orchestras, woodcarvings, dance performances, history and indigenous fabrics. Museum visits are often included as a part of popular Bali packages.

Watch and enjoy a traditional dance:

One of the things to do in Bali is watch performances of Balinese dance forms such as Legong, Topeng, Kecak and Barong. These performances happen in multiple venues, one of which is the Ubud Palace where Balinese girls, dressed in traditional attire, dance to recite Hindu epics like Ramayana and Mahabharata.

Explore the Artisans Village:

It is often said that the best way to explore a region is to explore its culture through its people. We agree with this, completely. And, what better way to explore a place’s culture than through its artists? Bali offers you trips and visits to its artisans’ villages where you can interact with and learn from the artisan’s crafts of great varieties. Celuk village is known for its silversmiths- here, you can not only shop for high-quality silver jewellery, but can also learn how to craft them. Batuan village in Ubud is another artisan village. This one is famous for traditional Balinese paintings. Here, you can get hands-on lessons on traditional Balinese art, wood carving and dancing. 

Step out of your geographical boundaries and into this diverse land of relaxation, exploration and fun! Book your trip to Bali with offer through Thomas Cook India now, and give us the chance to make this vacation the vacation of your dreams!

Best Beaches in Bali 

Bali houses some of the world’s most beautiful and renowned beaches. So, when visiting this province of Indonesia, make sure to spend some quality time by the beachside with your partner, family members or friends. Following is a list of some of the most popular beaches you can add to your Bali tour itinerary;

Jimbaran Beach

Jimbaran Beach is one of the most well-known beaches you can check out during your Bali tour. It is a beautiful tourist landmark that features a wide number of luxurious beachfront resorts and restaurants. Stretching a total of 4 kilometres in length, this pristine white sand beach is located in South Bali, on the west end of the narrow stretch of land that connects Bukit Peninsula with mainland Bali. The serene ambience mixed with the sound of the gushing waves and the panoramic view of the ocean makes it a great spot to spend time during both the day and the evening. Most Bali tour packages have Jimbaran Beach included in their trip itinerary. 

During your Bali tour, make sure to check out the renowned Kuta Beach. Located just a few kilometres from the Bali Airport, this beach is known for its remarkable beauty and also for offering some of the best sunset views in the region. It is also one of the busiest beaches in Bali, thanks to the availability of numerous budget-friendly beach clubs, food and accommodation options nearby. You can easily find Kuta Beach in the tour itinerary of most Bali trip packages. In addition to spending some time by the golden sand and appreciating the beauty of the surroundings, tourists can participate in a number of fun activities at Kuta Beach, which includes things like scuba diving, shopping at the night market, surfing, checking out nearby tourist landmarks, kite flying, experiencing the lively nightlife at the place, etc.

Nusa Dua Beach

Nusa Dua Beach in Bali is another prominent beach site that remains filled with tourists around the year. It is also sometimes referred to as an “all-inclusive beach” due to the presence of several amenities close by, such as hotels, markets and shopping malls, an 18-hole golf course, museums and other tourist attractions, etc. As for the beach itself, the white sand and the blue water make up for an astounding scenic view. It is also a great site for scuba diving due to its clear ocean water and the presence of beautiful corals and marine life nearby. Other fun things one can do at Nusa Dua Beach during your Bali tour include aquatic parasailing, boating, scuba diving, swimming, jet skiing, snorkelling, getting a traditional massage, etc. Consider looking for Bali tour packages that include this beach under its planned itinerary. 

Seminyak Beach

Seminyak Beach is among the most notable beaches you can visit during your Bali tour. The beach is mainly known for its laid-back ambience, scenic beauty, and the availability of top luxury waterfront resorts/villas. Seminyak Beach is also a must-visit site for individuals who want to enjoy watersports, witness the beautiful sunset and engage in the vibrant nightlife of Bali. Fun activities that you can be a part of at Seminyak Beach in Bali include swimming in the bubbling cold water, exploring the shoreline on horseback, surfing on gigantic waves, enjoying a relaxing sunbathing session, etc. Have a wonderful time by the beachside with your loved one by going with our professionally designed Bali trip packages. 

Popularly known as the “Land of Thousand Temples”, it is no wonder that this island is home to some of the most important and well-known religious shrines in the country. Here are some of the most popular temples that you can include in your Bali tour itinerary;

Uluwatu Temple

The Uluwatu temple is one of the best places to visit in Bali for religious tours. Nestled on top of a cliff, roughly 70 metres above sea level, this temple welcomes thousands of devotees and tourists on their Bali tours and travels. Locally known as “Pura Luhur Uluwatu”, the shrine is dedicated to the deity Sang Hyang Widhi Wasa as Rudra. Besides its religious significance and alluring surrounding beauty, one of the main highlights of this temple is the Kecak Dance Performance, which is based on the Ramayana and takes place every day between 6-7 P.M. on an adjacent cliff-top stage. You can easily find Bali tour packages that include a visit to this temple. 

Pura Bratan Temple

Pura Bratan, or the Ulun Danu Beratan Temple, is one of the most beautiful tourist places you can check out during your Bali tour. Located on the west of Lake Bratan in Bedugul, the Pura Ulun Danu Beratan is affiliated with Hinduism and features three shrines dedicated to Brahma-Vishnu-Shiva. The Pagoda-style temple architecture, a “floating” appearance due to the surrounding lake and the backdrop of the Bedugul mountains make this site one of the most beautiful religious landmarks in Bali. It is one of the most-visited tourist landmarks in the region, commonly found in popular Bali tour packages.

Located approximately 5 kilometres from the centre of Ubud, Goa Gajah is one of the most popular cultural and spiritual places to visit in Bali. Also called the “Elephant Cave”, Goa Gajah is a temple cave that features several intricate carvings and relics belonging to Buddhism and Shaivism. The temple complex is home to several attractions, such as the detailed cave entrance, an ancient pool, intricate stonework and relics, etc., all of which will leave you captivated. It is best to go for Bali tour packages that feature this site as a standard inclusion. 

Taman Saraswati Temple

The Pura Taman Saraswati, also known as Ubud Water Palace, is one of the most significant religious landmarks you can visit during your Bali tour. Located at the heart of the Ubud town centre, it is a Balinese Hindu temple dedicated to the goddess Saraswati. The Pura Taman Saraswati is known for its exceptional temple architecture. The massive temple complex houses a beautiful lotus pond and water garden, which are two main highlights of the site. Tourists can also check out the Cafe Lotus for some delicious snacks and witness traditional dance performances at this location.

Bali Currency 

As this province is a part of Indonesia, the official Bali currency is also the Indonesian Rupiah. It is denoted by the symbol “Rp” and the currency code “IDR”. A single rupiah can be divided into 100 cents (locally called “sen”). In terms of coins, the denominations available are Rp50, Rp100, Rp200, Rp500 and Rp1000. As for banknotes, the denominations available are Rp1,000, Rp2,000, Rp5,000, Rp10,000, Rp20,000, Rp50,000 and Rp100,000. Currently, the value of 1 Indonesian Rupiah is equal to 0.0054 INR. As the Indonesian Rupiah is the only accepted currency in Bali, tourists visiting this Indonesian Province will need to acquire its official currency to make legitimate payments towards their purchases and used services during their stay. You can easily acquire foreign currency for your Bali tour (in both cash and forex travel card forms) by opting for the online foreign exchange services offered by Thomas Cook. To do so, you will need to visit the official forex page, choose the correct details (like preferred check rate, currency type and forex amount) and provide your contact details to get a quote. After that, you can proceed with the online payment option and select your preferred delivery type. Finally, after payment confirmation, you will receive your order receipt and the foreign currency for your Bali tour within the appointed time.

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What is the best time to visit Bali?

The best time to visit Bali is between April and October . Since this is the dry season, you will be able to explore more places and many more activities will be available for your perusal.

How many days are required for a Bali trip?

If this is your first Bali trip, you must plan at least 6 nights and 7 days of vacation.

When is the tourist off-season in Bali?

The tourist off-season is during the monsoon months of July, August, December, and early January.

What is the currency of Bali?

The currency of Bali is the Indonesian Rupiah .

Are Indian nationals granted a visa on arrival in Bali?

Yes, Indian nationals are granted a visa on arrival in Bali.

Can I ride a scooter with my Indian driver's license in Bali?

Along with an Indian driver's license, one would also need an International Driver's Permit to be able to ride a scooter in Bali.

How far is Ubud from the airport?

Ubud is 40 km away from the Bali airport, also known as the Ngurah Rai International Airport. By road, this should take you around 40 minutes.

What is the distance between Ubud and Genting?

The distance between Ubud, Bali, and Genting, Malaysia is 2,900 km.

How far is Seminyak from the airport?

Seminyak is around 10 km (or 30 minutes) away from the Ngurah Rai International Airport.

How far is Mount Batur from the airport?

By road, Mount Batur is around 75 km away from the Denpasar airport.

Is it safe to travel to Bali?

Even for female travelers planning a Bali trip, it is a relatively safe vacation destination. Bali has a low rate of violent crime. As a visitor, you should exercise caution when crossing the street because there are many motorbikes there. Swimmers should exercise caution because riptides make some beaches unsafe for swimming. Avoid being a victim of fraud and pickpockets. Although earthquakes, tsunamis, and volcanoes are always a possibility, Bali has not yet experienced any severe destruction. In this popular tourist destination, everything continues as usual.

What should you carry with you on a Bali trip?

The following is a list of necessities you need to carry on your Bali trip: For the beach and popular party places, wear comfortable, light attire. When visiting religious sites, wear covered, slightly more conservative attire. In Bali, sandals or flip-flops are both suitable footwear options. You'll need hiking boots for the hike up Mount Batur and other outings. Basic medications should be included in a first aid pack. Do not forget to bring your passport, visa, and copies of them, as well as your travel insurance documents and hotel reservation confirmations. If you want to take advantage of Bali's widespread free Wi-Fi in hotels and cafés, bring your devices, such as tablets, e-readers, or laptops.

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Bali is the ideal vacation spot if you want to save money while still having a good time. Yes, you can arrange a budget-friendly Bali tour packages! If you're wondering where to find best Bali trips at discount rates, Thomas Cook is the solution. Do note the actual cost of Bali trip packages depends on a lot of factors, such as tour duration, travel itinerary, included amenities, total travel members, etc. On our page, you can find Bali trip packages within most budget ranges, starting from INR 13,728 and going all the way up to INR 1,92,738 exclusive of visa and airfare, which will let you experience Bali without breaking the bank.

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An average direct flight from India to Bali takes 14h 54m, covering a distance of 8434 km. The most popular route is New Delhi - Denpasar with an average flight time of 7h 00m.

What is the cheapest flight to Bali?

The cheapest ticket to Bali from India found in the last 72 hours was ₹ 20,657 one-way, and ₹ 20,213 round-trip. The most popular route is from New Delhi to Denpasar and the cheapest round-trip airline ticket found on this route in the last 72 hours was ₹ 23,303.

Which airlines fly to Bali?

IndiGo & Vistara fly the most frequently from India to Bali.

What is the most popular destination in Bali?

Based on KAYAK flight searches, the most popular destination is Denpasar (100% of total searches to Bali).

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Crews were great but food not much selection just all tailored for Asian passengers.

My experience with Scoot is very good. Will have no issue flying with Scoot again.

Good flight. The food was served a bit late, hence a hurry to finish before landing. Excellent crew and service

I commend the flight attendants on our SFO-SIN flight who went above and beyond to provide us with extra snacks and food. This type of service makes the flight experience personal and awesome.

When boarding, after business class should be premium economy, but economy class already lined-up at the gate blocking premium economy to board. Singapore airline crew should done a better job to organize this chaos :( Thank you.

It seems paying premium economy does not make difference with economy. No priority boarding, not worthy paying extra$$$ for premium economy.

Wonderful service, planes and interior in great condition, very pleasant experience

The premium economy seats were not that great. It could have been more premium than economy seats.

A pc of cake or biscuit at least. The airport was like a maze need to take another bus to the main terminal to immigration.

Transfer within the same terminal and lots of facilities at the airport.

My wife with 5 month son were traveling. No proper support was provided for luggage handling. Although it was requested in prior. My wife sole manage everything and was not as expected.

This was an old 320 without a screen or USB charging port even in the business class. The food could have been better.

a real good flying experince. Everything was excellent right from check-in to baggage collection at destination.

Food is tasting bad, and it is a fusion but not authentic.

Excellent experience and now my preferred airline. Even a fantastic meal with dessert in a 2 hour flight.

off late the crew and the air in the flight is becoming that of a budget airline not the earlier Vistara .

It wasn't clear from where to board flight international or domestic Airport

Information was not clear from where to check in international or domestic Airport at Ahmedabad.

The deplaning experience was bad, since they did not get the aerobridge at Madras on arrival and the bus felt like a local train during office hour rush

i bought a biz class fare but a few days before vistara always changes my biz class flight to economy .. happened to me 4 times .. seated could be wider .. boarding could be more organized .. crew did their best but not enough resources all in all very poor experience

Crew was horrible. No greetings. Did not ask for any food. The crew seemed like they were forced on the flight against the wishes. Should be de-roastered.

Worst. Did not feel like it's an international flight.

Indigo attempts to make you pay for a seat during check in. I opted to not do this. The result - they allotted me and my minor son seats apart. In the interest of making maximum money, they seem to have lost common sense too. Similarly, even during the flight, the crew are busy trying to serve food to those who’ve already paid for it. By the time they’re done, it’s time to land and no one else is able to get anything. Sadly this seems to be what makes them profitable, customers just need to bear with it till a better airline comes along.

As usual invariably delayed Lots of time in getting chkd in baggage

Staff needs to be trained in managing customers better. Indigo appears to be a low cost airlines in all aspects.

Flight was delayed and also lots of mosquitoes on the flight

Two times the gate was changed and flight got delayed

INDIGO Never On Time & Always Prefer to Shuttle Passengers Like shuttle Corks

I did not like the communication gap existing amongst the staff and the customer. My flight to Nagpur was delayed by two and half hours but it was informed to me on email ( not by W.A. or SMS) when I have already left my home in Baner area. I was painfully detained at airport with luggage when the gate no. 10 was changed to 5. I'll never recommend your flight to anybody.

Seats don't recline, no charging points. New aircraft and very clean. Crew should serve some water atleast.

The cosmetic condition was pretty run down. The carpets were badly worn out. Even the paint on the wings was chipped and peeled! Looks like they are running these 787s to the ground..

WiFi didn’t work on both sectors so made killing time harder - planes clean modern and good flight crew - would do again if WiFi works

6hrs fly they dont give you a glass of water from seoul to singapore need to buy drink and food plus they charge for bag on international fly is always Free 1 bag from seoul to singapore is Not a local fly you are traveling true asia same story from singapore to Bali no water drink after payment for bag drink cost more the regular airline Well never use this company again we use regular company like Delta korea japan China and even scoot parent company Singapore Air

We had 2 attempts to land at Singapore Changing during a thunderstorm. Everything was delayed by 1 hour plus.

Boarding was not accordingly after front seat, bmf then back seat. This delayed for at least 40mins or more. The staff at Jakarta can do better. Is chaos at the entry to board the plane. This tarnished Scoot reputation when everyone was talking about it.

The crew was not customer oriented at all, even confrontational . The aircraft needs more attention to detail as far as comfort, and the 1 hour sitting at the gate with no air is inexcusable

We flew on the 787 Dreamliner direct to main gate at KLIA2, quick entry via eGate and on the train 41mins after touchdown. Go well SCOOT

Was on scoot plus. The only good thing about the flight was the spacious seats. Tables and armrests were extremely dirty Food: bad Entertainment: non existent Wifi: unable to connect, then was painfully slow that we couldn’t even send messages Good thing we had a night flight, so we just slept throughout.

Not clear why boarding passes could only be issued at the counter and not through the kiosk. I had already check-in on the web, so waiting to obtain a boarding pass 1.5 hours before the actual flight defeats the purpose of early web check-in.

no charging point. food offering is limited and very much on the budget line. Overall is not satisfying for such a price and duration of flight.

I don’t like air India seats are too small and staff are not that nice

Bags got damaged for multiple passengers, and they wouldn't even reimburse the depreciated price of the bag.

Everything from check-in, punctuality, working screens, food, service, baggage handing

The flight was dirty. The screens were not working and people were restless. Food and staff was okay.

The flight was delayed for 2 reasons. 1) Weather - due to which it incoming aircraft was diverted to Ahmdabad. 2) technical issue which took 5 hrs to solve at Ahmedabad. The flight which was to leave by 6pm left at 12:10am the next day. They could have handled the situation in a better way. They waited for Airbus engineer to come and solve. They didn’t simultaneously call for another aircraft so passengers could travel through their connecting flights as scheduled. It was a very poor way from Air India.

Crew were slow in serving, as a result many of the passengers were not served Tea/Coffee. There is a scope for improvement

Very poor experience for the price paid. Airplane interior including seats were old and jaded. Seat tray table did not work properly. Head phone was defective and didn’t work. Food was mediocre

Communication was terrible. Flight was delayed for 4-5 hours in DC (on the front end, and also after we boarded, we had to get off - some issue with fueling the old plane correctly). There was little to no information on timing or what was happening. Once we reach Delhi airspace, apparently there was weather that caused us not to land - we were actually near the ground, saw the run way, and lifted back up to the sky after being sooo close. Then we circled for about 30 minutes, and they decided to go to Jaipur to land until the weather cleared and to refuel. Again, once we landed in Jaipur (wrong city), there was little to no information on timing or what was happening. Then we heard that the crew was reaching their 24 hours. We sat on the place, on the tarmac for another 3 HOURS, with no food and not enough water for everyone on the flight. Then, they kicked us off the plane with no plan, in the wrong city. We went thru customs, got our bags (thank goodness), and had to ask a bunch of staff what was happening and what to do. Eventually, their soltuion was to bus people back to Delhi (like 6 hours we were told) but not everyone would fit on the bus, and unknown timing on when it would leave. At this point it was 9PM (we were scheduled to arrive in Delhi at 11AM...). My husband and I decided to risk it and take a cab that we had to pay ourselves (about $200 US dollars) to get to Delhi (about 5 hour drive). We both had terrible trips back to the US as well - almost missed connecting flight, forced to pay for carry-on luggage (a small back pack!) and duty-free goods by the Air India staff last minute. Just terrible experience all around. Never again with AI! The ONLY good thing was the air hostesses were kind and patient - example: they made sure people with food allergies got their correct. However, the TV's did not work so I'm glad we brought our own entertainment.

Communication was terrible. Flight was delayed for 4-5 hours in DC (on the front end, and also after we boarded, we had to get off - some issue with fueling the old plane correctly). There was little to no information on timing or what was happening. Once we reach Delhi airspace, apparently there was weather that caused us not to land - we were actually near the ground, saw the run way, and lifted back up to the sky after being sooo close. Then we circled for about 30 minutes, and they decided to go to Jaipur to land until the weather cleared and to refuel. Again, once we landed in Jaipur (wrong city), there was little to no information on timing or what was happening. Then we heard that the crew was reaching their 24 hours. We sat on the place, on the tarmac for another 3 HOURS, with no food and not enough water for everyone on the flight. Then, they kicked us off the plane with no plan, in the wrong city. We went thru customs, got our bags (thank goodness), and had to ask a bunch of staff what was happening and what to do. Eventually, their soltuion was to bus people back to Delhi (like 6 hours we were told) but not everyone would fit on the bus, and unknown timing on when it would leave. At this point it was 9PM (we were scheduled to arrive in Delhi at 11AM...). My husband and I decided to risk it and take a cab that we had to pay ourselves (about $200 US dollars) to get to Delhi (about 5 hour drive). We both had terrible trips back to the US as well - almost missed connecting flight, forced to pay for carry-on luggage (a small back pack!) and duty-free goods by the Air India staff last minute. Just terrible experience all around. Never again with AI! The ONLY good thing was the air hostesses were kind and patient - example: they made sure people with food allergies got their correct. However, the TV's in our entire row did not work so I'm glad we brought our own entertainment......

Need to update the staff of the airport. They tell luggage weight according to they want.

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Bali packages - Browse through a wide range of Bali tour package with exciting offers at Thrillophilia. Book customized Bali trip with exciting deals & offers.

The thoughtfully crafted Bali tour package from Thrillophilia come with comprehensive itineraries catering to your diverse preferences and offering a phenomenal range of cultural and adventurous experiences. Our specially curated Bali honeymoon packages extend to serene retreats in the cultural heart of Ubud, where couples can indulge in spa treatments amidst tranquil landscapes. The packages often include visits to the iconic Tegallalang Rice Terraces and the mystical Goa Gajah Elephant Cave as well.

Our Bali tour packages feature cultural highlights like the Uluwatu Temple or Tanah Lot, providing insight into Bali's rich heritage. Adventure enthusiasts can quench their thirst for adrenaline with activities like surfing in Kuta, trekking in Ubud's lush rice terraces, or exploring underwater wonders while snorkelling in vibrant coral reefs.

Thrillophilia’s Bali tour packages from India further enhance your experience with exemplary accommodations, seamless private transfers and knowledgeable guides. Culinary experiences, traditional dance performances, and visits to local markets in your itinerary add cultural dimensions to the Bali trip package, offering a holistic and immersive encounter with the " Island of the Gods ."

So, whether seeking relaxation, adventure, or a blend of both, Bali tour package provide an optimal way to discover the myriad wonders of this Indonesian paradise.

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Popular Destinations to Visit On Bali Tour:

Discover the magical uplands of Bali by visiting this beautiful town with Thrillophilia’s Ubud tour packages . It is surrounded by lush green rice terraces, verdant temples, and handicraft shops. If you want to explore all the attractions of Ubud, spend a few days in this tranquil destination. Get an essence of the beautiful Balinese tradition by booking your Bali packages with Thrillophilia .

A must-include in your Bali tour package , Kuta has beautiful sea-side cafes, and is a shopper’s paradise. It also houses the picturesque Sunset Beach and is one of the best surfing destinations in the world. You can also opt for Kuta tours from Thrillophilia if you wish to spend a handful of days in this tropical paradise.

3. Penida Island

Known for its serene charm and beautiful landscapes, Nusa Penida Island is a must-visit if you have booked a Bali tour package. You can marvel at Kelingking Beach's iconic T-Rex cliff, soak in the azure beauty of Gamat Bay, and visit the stunning Angel's Billabong. You can even go snorkelling to watch the huge manta rays in their blissful natural habitat with our Nusa Penida tour packages .

4. Denpasar

Located to the south of Bali, Denpasar holds great historical and cultural significance. This capital city hosts the Bali Art Festival every year, and houses some of the main attractions such as the Bali Museum and the Bali Hotel. Include a visit to this destination while planning your Bali itinerary as it offers the perfect blend of modernity and community traditions. 

5. Jimbaran

While booking your suitable Bali Packages, consider a stop at Jimbaran Bay where you will get to experience the luxury as well as the authenticity of Bali. This place offers stunning beaches where you can relax, indulge in some delectable seafood and shop souvenirs for your trip from the local market. Choose to either sip your favourite drinks at the popular Rock Bar or witness the traditional Balinese Kecak dance.

Visa Requirements for Bali Trip:

Before booking the Bali Travel Packages , you must navigate the VISA requirements of Indonesia. Fortunately, for Indian citizens, Bali offers a visa-free facility for short visits of up to 30 days. However, it's important to note that during your 30 days of VISA-free visit, you are not allowed to engage in any business or paid work. In case your plans extend beyond a month, it's advisable to visit the Indonesia eVisa portal, check and apply for the same. Our Bali Trip Cost from India is not inclusive of VISA.

Alternatively, you can apply for an E-Visa for touring this destination for more than 30 days. As an aware and responsible citizen, it is advisable to keep yourself informed about the ever evolving rules and regulations before embarking on your journey to this coastal paradise.

Best Time For Bali Tour:

Choosing the best time to book Bali tour package hinges on your personal preferences, as it holds its allure all year-round. Whichever season you choose, Bali’s diverse beauty and warm hospitality promise an unforgettable journey. 

1. Peak season: Starts from June till August, and is characterised by sun-kissed days and lively cultural events, making it ideal for beach lovers and festival enthusiasts. If you plan to book your Bali tour packages from India during this season, you can go surfing on the turquoise waters and experience swimming as well as snorkelling with the marine wonders.

2. Shoulder Season: It lasts from April to June, and September to November, offering a more secluded experience. Booking the Bali packages during this time can ensure pleasant weather, allowing for a quaint and charming experience. It's a splendid time for those who wish to witness Bali's beauty with a balanced combination of cultural experiences and leisure.

3. Waning Season: With our Bali trip package , you can even witness the less-explored rainy season of Bali. It begins from December, till March, while exhibiting a unique scenery. Occasional showers bring life into Bali, rejuvenating it in its rawest form. Lush landscapes, fewer tourists, and vibrant cultural celebrations set the stage for a unique and authentic Bali experience.

How to Reach Bali:

By Air - If you are planning to book your Bali packages , the best and the most convenient way to reach Bali from India is by air. There are many metropolitan cities such as Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai and Chennai which provide flights to the Ngurah Rai International Airport in Bali . 

Direct Flights

  • To: Denpasar
  • From: New Delhi
  • Major Airlines - Vistara

Places to Visit on Bali Trip:

Here are some of the best places to visit in Bali :

1. Lake Batur:  If you want to visit and observe the most spectacular landscape in Bali, then this is the place to visit. Lake Batur is a serene lake located on the top of an active volcano. Being located on the crater gives it a very dramatic look, hence makes it one of the most thrilling places to visit in Bali. On your Bali Trip, you can get the most magnificent views of the Caldera and surrounding lake region, which is no less than a spectacle for visitors. Some of the splendid things to do while you are here include visiting the Pura Ulun Danu Batur, observing the mountain craters, swimming in the hot springs and biking through the ancient villages. Trek up to the peak before sunrise and soak the most majestic views of the surrounding region which makes it a must to add in your Bali packages from India.

Location:  Kintamani, Bali, Bangli Regency, Bali, Indonesia

2. Nusa Lembongan:  Among the best places to visit with your Bali tour packages from India, Nusa Lembongan welcome to a humble abode where you will find virtually no traffic or noise but only clear blue waters and a coral offshore that offers the most magnificent sights around the landscape. Enjoy your time surfing at the mushroom bay, going for a dive or snorkelling, visiting the seaweed farms and spending time at the dream beach. Do not miss taking a boat to the Mangrove park where you can spend some nice quiet time.

Also Book: Nusa Lembongan Tour

Location:  Bali

Timing:  7:00 AM to 6:00 PM

3. Kuta Beach:  Looking for the best beaches to visit while planning your Bali Packages from India? Kuta beach is a white-sanded haven where you can ride on a horse and drive through a toll bridge which is no less than picturesque. Lined with cafes and hawkers selling seafood, the beach offers several tourist attractions which make it worth the visit. From a circus waterpark to the Kuta sea turtle conservation site and the Kuta theatre, there are ample things to do and enjoy on your Bali tour.

Location:  Kuta, Badung Regency, Bali, Indonesia

4. Tanah Lot:  The significant sea temple, Tanah Lot , is among the seven known sea temples in Bali, which makes it gain immense traction as a tourist hotspot and a must-visit place to add to your Bali Package . It is located on top of a huge rock, offering immense opportunities for photography and exotic sightseeing to visitors. You can spend your time strolling along the beach and settling down for sunbathing as well. Some of the water activities which can be enjoyed here are surfing and swimming and for those who have time on hand, waiting to watch the sunset will not leave you disappointed.

Location:  Beraban, Kediri, Tabanan Regency, Bali 82121, Indonesia

Timing:  6:00 AM to 7:00 PM

Must Checkout: Tanah Lot Temple Sunset Tour

5. Seminyak:  Located in the Southwestern region, Seminyak is among the few best places to visit during Bali holiday packages . Among the few highly popular things that you will find on your visit here are high-end boutiques, five-star restaurants, and tourist attractions such as the Bali trick art gallery and the Pura Petitenget temple. You can get a daily massage while you are here and watch the enticing sunset. Also, there is ample scope to chill out at pool parties and surf at the seas on your visit.

Timing:  Open 24 hours

6. Pura Besakih:  Get a chance to explore the wild landscape with Bali tour Package right here at Pura Besakih , the highest mountain peak. On the slopes here, you will find the Gunung Agung house, one of the nine directional temples in Bali. With more than 28 structures built on terraces, the scenic surroundings and lush green vegetation are no less than a treat to the eye. You can hire a tour guide to take you through the impressive surrounding area and tell you about the historical features of this temple.

Location:  Jl. Gunung Mas No.Ds, Besakih, Rendang, Kabupaten Karangasem, Bali 80863, Indonesia

Timing:  8:00 AM to 6:00 PM

7. Tulamben:  While exploring iconic tourist spots with Bali tour packages from India , you will come to meet the underwater world in Bali, where there is no end to the adventure. Tulamben is the starting point of this fun from where you can begin exploring the vast underwater world in Bali. Whether you are an experienced diver or a mere beginner, you will get to see so much while you are here. Among the few other water activities that you can enjoy during your visit are surfing, visiting the bio rocks, watching remains of shipwrecks and more.

Location:  Kubu, Karangasem Regency, Bali, Indonesia

8. Nungnung Waterfall:  For some of the most mesmerizing views with your Bali packages, you can include Nungnung Waterfall , this beautiful waterfall in your Bali itinerary where tourists come to refresh themselves. Surrounded by lush green beauty, the waterfall is a sight of astounding pleasure for travellers. Although the water here is not ideal for swimming purposes, visitors can enjoy the scenic beauty of the location while they are here. Come and relax here but be wary that to reach the final point, you will need to climb nearly 500 odd steps.

Location:  Belok/Sidan, Petang, Badung Regency, Bali, Indonesia

Timing:  9:00 AM to 4:00 PM

9. Bali Bird And Reptile Park:  Expect loads of fun and adventure with your Bali tour package, when you visit this park. With more than 1000 birds and 250 species of reptiles, Bali Bird And Reptile Park is a place that nature lovers and animal watchers are going to enjoy. You can comfortably walk around, and take in the views of the surroundings while clicking pictures of the animals. Not to be missed while you are here are the Toucans, which are more than interesting to look at.

Location:  Jl. Serma Cok Ngurah Gambir Singapadu, Batubulan, Kec. Sukawati, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80582, Indonesia

Timing:  9:00 AM to 5:30 PM

Also Checkout: Bali Bird Park Tickets & Bali Reptile Park Tickets

10. Green Bowl Beach:  For a romantic getaway on your Bali Trip, visit the Green Bowl beach which offers some of the most secluded spots to couples who can spend some time in peace and tranquillity. Among the top activities to be enjoyed while you are here, is to visit the limestone caves and engage in adventure sports such as surfboarding. This is an ideal spot for relaxing and enjoying some alone time for everyone. To reach the beach, you have to climb down a few steps of stairs, which usually keeps some visitors away from the beach.

Location:  Ungasan, South Kuta, Badung Regency, Bali, Indonesia

Things to Do on Bali Tour:

Here are some of the best things to do in Bali :

1. Enjoy Bali Swing:  If you are planning to book Bali packages from India and are confused about what to do there, Bali Swing can be a great option to include in your Bali itinerary. Bali swing is a perfect place for adventure seekers who are looking for some fun and thrill during their vacation. Swinging is one of the most fun-filled activities and often reminds people of their childhood. But Bali swing is quite different. It lets you swing over a canyon where you can not only feel like flying over the water but also enjoy the beautiful landscape around.

The most famous place for Bali swing is in Ubud , which is included in most Bali holidays packages. Just pose around the rocks or enjoy your swing to get the most memorable experience of your life. The picturesque view of this place will make you fall in love with it offering perfect frames for you to click beautiful memories.

Location:   Jl. Dewi Saraswati No.7, Bongkasa Pertiwi, Kec. Abiansemal, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80352, Indonesia

Timing:  8:00 AM to 5:00 PM

2. Trek to Mount Batur:  Trekking is one of the most loved activities and if you are also an adventure seeker looking for some adrenaline rush during your stay in Bali, do not miss on trekking to Mount Batur . It is one of the most loved activities and often ranks high in demand in most Bali trip packages.

Trekking in Mount Batur lets you hike up to a height of 1717 meters (5633 feet) above sea level enabling you to enjoy the scenic beauty around. While trekking you can immerse yourself in the sweet fragrance of coffee as there are quite many coffee plantations around. While you are away you can also take a halt and dip yourself in the hot water spring that will surely rejuvenate your soul. Trekking in Mount Baur is not at all difficult and it takes nearly one and half hours for you to reach the summit. So do not miss to include this beautiful activity on your Bali packages from India.

3. Explore Bali Safari and Marine Park:  An expedition to Bali Safari and Marine Park is the next thing that you must surely try on your Bali tour , if you have a keen interest in wildlife and know more about aquatic animals. This amazing Maine park has more than 4000 different species like Bali Starling bird, Komodo Dragon, and Orangutan that are not only rare but falls under the category of endangered species. You can also find some Sumatran elephants and feed them with your own hands.

If you love night safaris you must include this activity in your Bali packages . Bali Safari and Marine Park is one of the main attractions in Bali Tour Package and along with safari you can enjoy scrumptious BBQ that is offered along in the package. Jungle hopper, elephant back safari, breakfast with the lions, the agung show are some of the other highlights of this place. 

Location:  Jl. Profesor Jl. Prof. Dr. Ida Bagus Mantra 19,8, Serongga, Kec. Gianyar, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80551, Indonesia

Timing:  8:30am–4:30pm

4. Marvel at Tanah Lot Temple:  Tanah Lot Temple is one of the most unique and important landmarks in Bali that you must not miss to visit on your Bali trip. This beautiful temple, set with offshore setting and sunset backdrops is the main tourist attraction for people coming here. Tanah Lot Temple is filled with the beauty of lush gardens, beautifully carved gates, and holy shrines which will surely attract your sight, especially if you are interested in ancient architecture.

This beautiful ancient temple which marks a remarkable significance in the Hindu Mythology and dates back to 17th century, is situated in the Beraban village of the Tabanan regency, which is nearly 20km north-west of Kuta. If you are interested in knowing the true culture and history of Bali, and love seeing ancient things, make sure to include this one in your Bali trip package .

Location:  Beraban, Kediri, Tabanan Regency, Bali 82121, Indonesia

Price:  INR 1299

Timings:  02:00 PM to 07:00 PM

6. Drink from the Waters at Goa Gajah:  Goa Gajah or the Elephant Cave Temple which is popularly known as an interesting place to visit in Bali. Drinking water from the Goa Gajah cave is highly popular among tourists coming here year long. The Goa Gajah temple is a truly huge archeological site and perhaps the most popular vacation destination to add in your Bali packages.

Investigate the glorious sanctuary which shows the remarkable craftsmanship and architectural beauty of that era, especially the minutely carved stone walls and sculptures. This sanctuary is perhaps the most visited place in Bali because of the shocking magnificence it offers and is often placed high on Bali holidays packages.

Location:  Bedulu, Blahbatuh, Gianyar, Bali, Indonesia

Timing:   24 hours open

7. Visit Tegallalang Rice Terraces:  Another popular thing to do in Bali is visit the marvelous Tegallalang Rice Terraces in Ubud . These agricultural rice terraces are carved on the cliffs of Tegalalang Village north of Ubud and are quite famous among tourists coming to Bali across the globe and this must be a definite add-on to your Bali tour package.

The journey to Tegallalang Rice Terraces is quite amazing making its way between beautiful white beaches of Bali, steaming volcanoes and amidst high mountains. If you have love for agriculture and a keen interest in exploring the marvels of nature, this is a must-visit place on your Bali trip . 

Location:  Jl. Raya Tegallalang, Tegallalang, Kec. Tegallalang, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80561, Indonesia

Price:  INR 1700 Per Adult

Timing:  8am–6pm

Must Checkout: Tegalalang Rice Terrace Tour

8. Experience Wildlife at Bali Zoo:  Bali is a very distinct island having rich flora and fauna. It houses some of the most exotic and unique species that cannot be seen anywhere in the world. So, if you are a wildlife lover and love to explore the hidden gems of nature, Bali has a lot for you in its bucket. There are quite many zoos and parks in Bali that you can visit with a Bali tour package.

Talking about the Bali Zoo , it is one of the best places to explore the enchanting beauty of distinct flora and fauna that is found on this amazing island. Bali Zoo, which is spread across a huge land of approx. eight hectares, is a home to 450 rare and exotic creatures, animals and birds living together in a protected environment amid its lush greenery. The Bali Bird and Reptile Park is another place where you can enjoy the wildlife and is a home to approx. 1000 species of distinct birds and 250 species of reptiles. This is a perfect place to visit on your Bali trip from India , and for people who love being around birds and want to click beautiful pictures. 

Location:  Singapadu, Sukawati, Gianyar, Bali 80582, Indonesia

Price:   INR 4000 per adult and varies according to the packages you opt for

Timing:  9am–5pm

9. Have Fun at Ubud Monkey Forest:  Bali is a land of monkeys and it will not be the right choice to add this attraction in your Bali packages if you want to visit the famous Monkey Forest in Ubud on your Bali trip from india. This is a famous sanctuary, located at Padangtegal Ubud, Bali and home to approx 1049 monkeys that inhabit Balinese long-tailed macaques that are living together in their natural environment.

This famous Monkey Forest in Ubud is one of the top things to do in Bali and is offered by almost all Bali Tour packages. This forest is not only famous for monkeys but also known for having 186 species of beautiful and rare plants and trees spread across 12,5 hectares of forest. This place also houses three popular temples that you can visit: Dalem Agung Padangtegal Temple, Holy Spring Temple and Prajapati Temple. So, when in Bali, do not miss this beautiful place and immerse yourself in the beautiful serene nature. You will need a minimum of 2 hours to explore the whole forest so plan your itinerary for the day accordingly.

Location:  Jl. Monkey Forest, Ubud, Kecamatan Ubud, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80571, Indonesia

Time:   9am–4pm

10. Witness the Beautiful Tegenungan Waterfall:  When in Bali a visit to Tegenungan waterfall in Ubud is one of the incredible activities to do. Culture and nature are two words that leap to mind when considering Ubud and the regions encompassing it and having a picnic near the waterfall or just enjoying the beauty surrounding it is full of tranquility. Ubud is known to have quite a few waterfalls, but the beautiful Tegenungan Waterfall stands out among all of them. If you're in Ubud, this beautiful spot is worth a visit to this excellent spot on your Bali trip.

Location:  Jl. Ir. Sutami, Kemenuh, Kec. Sukawati, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80581, Indonesia

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Beaches to Visit on Bali Trip:

1. Jimbaran Beach:  Jimbaran Beach, which is located on the island's southwest coast, is extremely breathtaking and must place to include in your Bali tour package. Considered to be one of the most beautiful and best beaches in Bali, Jimbaran is home to a number of resorts, including well-known hotels like the Four Seasons.

2. Nusa Dua Beach:  Your one-stop shop for all the exciting things to do in Bali is Nusa Dua! This beach is a well-known tourist destination and offers a wide range of all-inclusive activities on your bali trip from India . Complex luxury hotels, a thriving retail sector, and many more.

3. Uluwatu Beach:  Do you yearn to indulge in the allure of gentle, chilly waves? If so, Uluwatu Beach is the ideal vacation spot for you on your Bali tour. This wonderful beach, in addition to possessing an alluring charisma, is renowned for having a spotless temple.

4. Kuta Beach:  From a little fishing community, this Bali beach has expertly evolved into a tourist destination with a wide variety of restaurants, bars, and resorts. Due to the chance to participate in water activities like surfing, Kuta is also well-known among adventure seekers, which makes it a must to add in your Bali packages itinerary.

5. Legian Beach:  The beach is renowned for its exciting events and thriving nightlife. Legian has been successful in drawing visitors from a variety of industries with its ideal blend of adventure, entertainment, and leisure. Look no further than this Bali beach if you want to fill your Bali tour packages from India with unique experiences.

6. Seminyak Beach:  Seminyak Beach, which is ideally situated halfway between Legian and Kuta Beach, is the place to start. If your leisurely way of life is getting you down, head to one of the best beaches on your Bali trip from India to get your heart pumping.

7. Canggu Beach:  Its lush rice fields and charming houses are only two of the numerous features that make it one of Bali's top beaches . There are numerous eateries, stores, and bars in Canggu.

8. Sanur Beach:  Sanur, famed for its charming and laid-back environment, offshore reefing proving quiet and serene waters, and a fantastic family holiday, is the perfect place to escape Bali's frenetic, overcrowded beaches.

9. Balangan Beach:  For adventurous and eager wave riders, Bali's Bukit Peninsula region is the Promised Land with breathtaking ocean tides and unspoilt beaches. This is one of Bali's secluded beaches.

Temples to Visit on Bali Tour:

1. Uluwatu Temple:  The location of this temple is the most intriguing aspect. Uluwatu Temple lands on a cliff's crest at a height of around 70 meters above sea level. One of the most important temples to visit on your Bali tour, it boasts a magnificent setting where you may enjoy a breathtaking sunset.

2 . Ulun Danu Beratan Temple:   It is one of Bali's most historic and beautiful temples, Ulun Danu Beratan Temple. The urban residents of the neighborhood view this location as one of Bali's weekend getaway spots where they can unwind. The lake's reflective, calm surface gives it the extraordinary appearance of floating. This is a one-of-a-kind experience that you should include in your Bali packages.

3. Pura Taman Saraswati Temple:  The stunning water temple is located in the heart of Ubud. You will come upon this temple as you meander through Ubud's streets. This temple represents Bali's traditional temple style . It also has a stunning foyer with ponds that are brimming with vivid pink lotuses.

4. Tanah Lot:  Tanah Lot temple is regarded as one of Bali's most important monuments by locals as well as visitors and a must-visit temple to add to your Bali tour packages from India. This temple draws visitors because of its picturesque offshore location and alluring sunset backdrop.

5. Tirta Empul Temple: One of the most important temples in Bali is Tirta Empul, which is located in the Manukaya village. This website tells the well-known tale of good vs evil. Additionally, it is a Bali cultural heritage site that draws a sizable number of visitors.

6. Pura Luhur Lempuyang:  Lempuyang Temple, which is located at an elevation of 1175 metres , welcomes tourists to take in the breathtaking views of Mount Agung through the "Gate of Heaven," which can only be reached by ascending 1700 steep stairs . It is a significant Bali temple and one of the island's historic temples.

7. Besakih Temple: The Besakih temple is regarded as Bali's mother temple . The temple, which is 1,000 years old, is situated beneath Mount Agung. Being one of Bali's most outstanding temples, it will captivate you with its aesthetic beauty and distinctiveness on your Bali trip from India.

Popular Restaurants in Bali:

With an umpteen number of  restaurants in Bali , this place is a haven for junkies!. Here are some options for you:

1. Queen's of India: Indulge in the royal flavours and warm spices of India at Queen's of India. Located in Seminyak, this restaurant offers an exquisite range of authentic Indian and Mughlai dishes, from rich curries to tandoori delights. The warm ambiance and impeccable service make it a top choice for those going on a Bali Trip Package from India and craving a taste of India in Bali. 

2. The Indian Dhaba: Situated in Ubud, The Indian Dhaba takes you on a delectable culinary experience through the many flavours of India. With a menu inspired by diverse regional cuisines, it crafts a diverse gastronomic journey through the Indian subcontinent. Additionally, the vibrant setting and diverse aromatic spices used, create an immersive dining experience that captures the very essence of Indian culinary culture.

3. Gateway of India: Located in Kuta, Gateway of India beckons visitors with a menu that reflects the cultural diversity of India. This restaurant brings forth a symphony of flavours, from the fiery spices of the north to the coastal flavours of the south. Consider visiting this restaurant while planning your Bali Travel Packages and enjoy a delectable dining experience.

4. Happy Chappy Chinese: For an authentic Chinese dining experience, Happy Chappy in Seminyak is a must-visit restaurant, while on your Bali Trip From India. The modern yet cosy ambiance sets the stage for a traditional Chinese feast, skillfully prepared with fresh and quality ingredients. From dim sums to Peking duck, each bite reflects the flavorful, yet simple, ingredients used in authentic Chinese cuisine.

5. Sisterfields: Set in the heart of Seminyak, Sisterfields offers you the chance to taste some mouth-watering continental delights. Specially known for its brunch menu, this trendy spot combines bold flavours with expert artistic presentation. Whether you crave a hearty English breakfast or a sophisticated dinner, Sisterfields delivers a culinary journey through European-inspired dishes in an elegant setting. 

6. Warung Nia Balinese Food and Pork Ribs: As the name suggests, this is one of the top restaurants you can visit on your trip to Bali to experience the authentic local flavours and culinary delights this restaurant is famous for the various preparations of pork ribs, and a wide range of sea-food recipes. Its decor resembles the Balinese artistic styles and is truly a great place to visit while on your Bali trip from India.

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An average 6 day Bali Trip cost from India amounts up to around INR 30,000, per person, and can go up to INR 75,000. These prices are dependent upon the type of accommodation, transfers, meals, and customisations. The cost of Bali Trip Package is dictated by the duration of your stay, the attractions you wish to cover, and the activities you want to take part in as well. Thrillophilia offers a wide range of options to choose from, from budget Bali Packages to extravagant ones, which have been handpicked and carefully curated by our team of experts. 

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Is 3 days enough to explore Bali?

3 days in Bali gets you an opportunity to visit the major beaches, temples, markets and other nearby attractions. Make sure to also indulge in some exciting water sports as your trip to Bali is incomplete without them. However, Bali is full of sightseeings and activities and it is recommended to take out a minimum of 7-10 days to properly explore all of Bali.

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Are 7 days enough for bali trip.

Although no number of days will be enough to explore Bali entirely, however, ideally 7 days are recommended for this dream getaway. In these 7 days, you will be able to cover some of the most stunning beaches, in your Bali itinerary, pay your visit to the popular monasteries and attend the electrifying night parties. Indulge in thrilling water sports, visit popular sights and go home with a plethora of memories with our specially curated Bali holiday packages.

How much does it cost for 1 Week in Bali?

Our Bali packages from India are affordable and start from as low as 23,000 INR for a one week trip. The costing of these packages depend upon the kind of accommodations, tours, transportation, meals, and activities included in the package. The total costing of your package also increases if you add more activities or tours.

Is a visa required for connecting flights to Bali?

For most connecting flights you do not need a visa if you remain within the airport's international transit area. However, if you have plans to leave the airport during layovers or stay in Bali for an extended period, a transit visa is required. Make sure to check specific visa regulations based on your nationality and travel plans, ensuring compliance with Indonesian immigration requirements for a smooth and hassle-free trip. 

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What documents one must carry on Bali trip?

What is the ideal duration of a bali tour, is bali expensive to visit.

No, a trip to Bali is not expensive and is rather surprisingly affordable as compared to other international destinations with similar landscapes. With quite a handful of economical accommodations, affordable local eateries, and reasonably priced activities, Bali caters to various tourist budgets, and lets you enjoy the island's beauty without breaking the bank. Additionally, exploring Bali becomes even more economical with our thoughtfully curated Bali Trip Packages from India, combining convenience and affordability- all at one place. So, get ready to indulge in the beauty of the shores, experience the warm hospitality and explore the rich cultural heritage of Bali.

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No, food and drinks in Bali are not at all expensive. Infact, Bali is a paradise for budget-friendly and delectable dining experiences. The island offers a wide array of options, from street food stalls to charming local warungs, where you can savour authentic Indonesian dishes at incredibly reasonable prices. Even in upscale restaurants and resorts, the cost of food and drinks remains relatively affordable. Whether you're craving local delicacies or international cuisine, Bali's diverse and wallet-friendly food scene ensures that indulging in delicious meals is as delightful as your journey itself. Also Checkout and Book:  Kintamani Volcano Helicopter Tour

What sort of nightlife is there in Bali?

Which are the best street food options to try on a bali trip.

Booking a Bali Holiday Packages unveils a tantalising world of street food wonders in this tropical escape. Begin with Nasi Goreng, Indonesia's iconic fried rice dish, loaded with flavours and often topped with a fried egg. Satay sticks are succulent grilled meats smothered in a glazed peanut sauce, they are a street-side delight as well. Don't miss out on the crispy goodness of Martabak, a stuffed pancake available in both sweet and spicy variations. Bali's street food scene offers a delicious adventure that complements the island's rich culture without causing a hole in your pocket.

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Here are some of the best things to do in Bali with family :

1. Enjoy Bali Swing: Bali Swing is a perfect place to include in your Bali vacation packages to add more thrill and fun to your trip. Swing over a canyon where you’ll feel like flying over the water and enjoy the beautiful landscape around. It is a thrilling adventure for those seeking a unique activity in Bali.

2. Visit Bali Treetop Adventure Park: Navigate through thrilling treetop circuits, zip lines, and suspension bridges at Bali Treetop Adventure Park. Swing, climb, balance, and slide through the canopies, and immerse yourself in an amazing outdoor experience. Get a chance to appreciate stunning views of the surroundings of Bali’s forests and enjoy a fun-filled day of adventure.

3. Bali Safari and Marine Park: Take your family on a wildlife adventure at the Bali Safari and Marine Park. Witness and get close to the majestic animals like elephants, lions, tigers, and orangutans. Enjoy exciting safari rides and animal shows, and get a chance to have breakfast with orangutans. A visit to this place is a must to include in your Bali trip package.

4. Visit Bali Bird Park: Explore beautifully landscaped gardens and encounter a wide variety of bird species from around the world at Bali Bird Park. Watch educational shows, marvel at interactive displays, and interact with some of the feathered inhabitants.

Is Bali a good option for family holiday?

What should i avoid in bali.

There are a few things that should be avoided on a Bali trip. They are as follows. - Overlook for red flags: Do not attempt to swim in areas where red flags have been raised as such areas are risky for the activity - Smoke in public places: Smoking in public places including restaurants, tourist attractions, temples and several other locations is forbidden by the law.

Where can I do shopping in Bali? What things are must to buy in Bali?

  • Ubud Art Market - is known for its high quality traditional and handmade clothing, figurines and home wares. Interesting fact – the market was featured in the movie Eat Pray Love.
  • Mal BaliGaleria, Sukawati Art Market - to purchase handicrafts and traditional handmade products
  • Celuk Village - it is very famous for being a village of gold and silversmiths. The village offers a multitude of gold and silver jewellery including rings, bangles, chokers, earrings, tusukkonde (hair pins), broaches and many other accessories,
  • Tegallalang 'Handicrafts Village' - This place specialises in the carving of softwood figures. Brightly painted flowers, signboards, fruits, frogs, tokay geckos, ducks, cats and animal figures all feature heavily. All the way along the 12-kilometre road there are shops also selling furniture and handicrafts made from glass, wood, bamboo, ceramics, and shells.

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Q. Which is the best time to visit Bali? A. As you go through Bali packages, you need to keep in mind the ideal season to visit this tropical paradise. April to October is a good time to visit Bali in Indonesia as it is a dry season in the island. The weather is perfect for visitors though it can get a tad muggy in the afternoons in case you are venturing into a beach. It is a good time for window shopping, bargain hunting as the tourist footfall begins to go up and shops often announce attractive sales and discounts. There will be ample rain showers too with the sky remaining overcast for much of the time. The window from June to August gets quite windy in Bali, though it is also the time the Balinese fly their kites and it makes quite a sight to watch so many colourful kites take on the skies. This time is popularly called the kite season in Bali. December is otherwise the peak season to visit Bali owing to the festive cheer in the air and the pleasant weather, bringing in boatloads of holiday-season travellers from all over the world. Q. What is Ubud in Bali famous for? A. Before zeroing in on one of the Bali tour packages, make sure your itinerary is well-rounded and encompasses its major towns and villages including Ubud. Ubud is the island’s cultural heart. Visitors from all over the world flock to Ubud to experience its culture scene. The little town has several cultural venues where classical dance recitals are performed regularly in the evenings. On the other hand, if you just wish to stroll down its quaint streets, you will come across a motley clutch of cafes, souvenir shops, artist studios, craft shops, art galleries, bistros and yoga studios. Apart from its arts and culture scene, it is Ubud’s picturesque setting actually, amid paddy fields and ravines in the foothills, that draws visitors to it. Ubud is atmospheric and a great place to stay in and browse its art museums and experience a chic dining out scene. When staying in Ubud, don’t miss a Tek Tok show, basically a traditional Balinese dance accompanied by body movements and sounds. Attracting bibliophiles from all over the world is the annual Ubud Writers and Readers Festival, attended also by several best-selling authors. Q. Which is Bali’s most famous temple? A. All Bali holiday packages are choc-a-bloc with temple visits, because the island is known for its smattering of temples and their unique architecture and history. Among them the one that takes away the cake is the Pura Tanah Lot Temple. It is the unique setting of the Tanah Lot Temple and the legends surrounding it that lend this clifftop temple its aura of mystery. Nestled precariously on a promontory lapped continuously by the waves, off the coast of Kuta, this is easily Bali, or for that matter Indonesia’s, most vivid site. The beach in the front is a black sand one adding to the atmospherics of the breathtaking multi-tiered shrine that is one of the greatest reasons for tourists to stop by in Bali. Sunsets are a spectacle at Tanah Lot, with an apricot sun bathing everything in its light including the shadowy temple. The temple goes back to the 16 th century, belonging to a revered Hindu priest Nirartha. It is easily Bali’s holiest shrine, allowing devotees to climb up the rock-cut staircase in order to enter the complex. Q. Is Bali a safe destination to travel? A. Bali is fairly a safe tourist destination, even for solo female travellers. There is little violent crime in Bali. However, as a visitor, be careful while crossing the roads as motorbikers swarm the streets. Swimmers should be mindful as not all the beaches are safe because of riptides. Be cautious against pickpockets and scams. The threat of volcanoes, tsunamis and earthquakes are always there, but so far, Bali has not faced any outright devastation. It’s still business as usual in this tourist hotspot. Q. For how many days should I book a Bali tour package? A. A Bali travel itinerary is usually of a week or six nights and seven days duration. If you are for the first time on holiday to Bali, you can cover almost all the highlights of this island during this period. Bali tour packages can also be customised as per your requirement. Q. What is a good time to visit Bali? A. The dry season (summer) starting from May and ending in October is the best time to plan a Bali tour. Also a peak tourist season, the weather at this time is the best to explore Bali’s attractions and enjoy different tourist activities. Q. Is there direct flight connectivity to Bali from India? A. At the time of writing, there are no airlines that fly nonstop to Bali from India. All flights to Bali have a stopover in Kuala Lumpur. Delhi and Chennai will be operating direct air connectivity to Bali/Denpasar via Air India flight soon in the upcoming months. Q. What languages do they speak in Bali? A. The main languages spoken in Bali are Balinese, Indonesian and English. Tourists can go about in English at all major tourist places. But in remote parts of the island, locals might not speak and understand English, and an interpreter or translator would be required. Q. How to pack for a Bali vacation? A. As Bali is a tropical island, you should bring light cotton clothes, sunglasses, sunscreen lotion, comfortable walking sandals if travelling between May to October during summer. For the rainy season between November to March, it will be useful to carry a raincoat/ umbrella and a waterproof jacket. Hindu temples are also part of most Bali tour packages , and on entering these religious sites, both men and women must wear a sarong. You can buy them once you are in Bali or even hire them near some of the more prominent temples. Usually, sarongs are included in the temple entrance fee. Q. Is it safe to hike up Mount Batur? A. Mount Batur is still an active volcano, which last erupted in 2000, and it is strongly recommended that you go for the climb only with a certified local guide. That said, when it comes to mountain treks in Bali, Mount Batur is the most popular destination. First of all, the slopes are not steep and arduous, so even amateur trekkers can tackle them. Second, it only takes two and a half hours to reach the peak of Batur compared to seven or eight hours to reach the summit of Mt. Agung. Thirdly, the sunrise views from its vantage point are breathtaking. Q. Does Bali holiday package include entrance fee to the monuments? A. Yes, like most tour packages,  Bali holiday packages  include entrance fee to monuments such as temples, etc. If the monument entry does not read in the inclusions of your travel itinerary, then you will have to bear the cost on your own. Q. What is the best time to surf in Bali? A. Surfing in Bali can be done all year round. However, May until September is the best surfing time when the tide, wind and swell together create surfing paradise, particularly on the western coast of the island. The eastern coast of Bali is suitable for surfing between November and March when the reef breaks are better for more experienced surfers. Q. What has Bali on offer for kids? A. There are a lot of fun and engaging activities for kids travelling to Bali. Some of the popular attractions in Bali for young travellers are Bali Safari and Marine Park, Kemmenuh Butterfly Park, dolphin watching in Lovina, sea walking, slides and water-based activities at Waterbom Bali among others.

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Whether you’re going solo or looking for the perfect honeymoon, or perhaps a fun-filled family holiday, Bali, Indonesia - the island of gods has something to offer for everyone. With complete Bali Indonesia packages , explore on your Bali trip , all its popular regions like - Ubud, Kuta, Nusa Dua, Seminyak, Manggis, Jimbaran, Legian, Gili Island and Nusa Penida. Be it the ornate temple of Uluwatu, or a breath-taking sunset at Tanah Lot, Bali is undoubtedly a pandora box with stunning attractions. A visit to the Tegallalang rice fields for a spectacular rice fields view is highly recommended when in your cheap Bali packages . Also capturing a beautiful picture on the swing with the Tegenungan waterfalls at the background is a definite must. A holy bath at Tirta Empul Temple on your Bali tour packages from India , is said to cleanse you of all the impurities. A visit to the Taman Ayun Temple will envelope you in serenity.

A trip to Ubud’s monkey forest introduces the mischievous long-tailed macaques to your Bali tour from India. Watch a riveting Balinese Barong dance to immerse yourself in a splash of Balinese culture. Witness the traditional Kecak dance performance and get a walk through the history of Bali. Fall in love with Balinese art while strolling through the Ubud art gallery and buy trinkets galore. Take a leisure walk down the white sand beach of Kuta and do not miss Julia Robert's Eat Pray Love fame Padang Padang beach on your Bali trip package from India . Watch a heart-warming sunset while you lay back on a comfortable sofa sipping your favourite drink at Potato Head Beach Club. Delve through the Gili islands and Nusa Penida for the best underwater adventure in Bali. Capture the magical sunset at Crystal Bay, stroll through the Kelingking Beach and get pleased by Diamond Beach on your Bali packages from India . Gawk endlessly at the beauty of Broken beach and get mesmerised at the post-card perfect scenery of Angel Billabong. With our Bali package unravel Bali in the best possible manner. Customise your Bali travel packages at Pickyourtrail now and make your Bali Indonesia trip an unforgettable one.

Bali Indonesia Tour Packages from India

Bali indonesia packages highlights.

  • Touring Ulun Danu Beratan Temple located over the beautiful Lake Bratan
  • Trek the Mount Batur for a beautiful sunrise
  • Explore the Royal Palace of Ubud and head for a quick shopping at Ubud Art Market
  • Catch a heart-warming sunset at Tanah Lot Temple
  • Take a picture on a swing with Tegenungan Waterfall in the background
  • Go for an adventurous White Water Rafting in Ayung River
  • Watch Uluwatu sunset with a riveting Kecak dance and fire dance
  • Taste Balinese special Luwak cofee along with 11 other varieties
  • Take a stroll down Ubud Art Gallery & take in the view of beautiful paintings
  • Go for an adrenaline-pumping Scuba diving at the reef of Nusa Dua
  • Catch a soul-stirring Balinese Barong Dance at Sahadewa Batubulan
  • Tour the lush green beautiful rice terraces of Tegalalang
  • Ride the wave & enjoy surfing at Padang Padang Beach
  • Visit the elephant cave temple of Goa Gajah.
  • Savour the beauty of thousand islands from Rumah Pohon Tree House
  • Bali Water Sports: Parasailing, Banana Boat and Jet-Ski Ride
  • Take the fun Nusa Lembongan Reef Cruise with snorkeling and water slides
  • Play with the cheerful monkeys at Ubud Monkey Forest
  • Capture in your lens a picture at Handara Gate
  • Lunch with a rice fields view at Sari Organik
  • Get a refreshing spa at Putri Bali Spa
  • Visit Pura Taman Saraswati or Ubud Water Palace dedicated to lord Saraswati

Places to Visit on your Bali Trip from India

1. discover the ubud art market.

Discover Ubud Art Market - Bali's artisan market which is famous for its silk scarves, lightweight shirts, woven baskets, Moroccan-style oil lamps, quilt-stitched batik camisoles and many other handcrafted products. Bargain for the best price on your Bali tours from India and take home some memorable souvenirs. Marvel at Balinese artist's impeccable craftsmanship as you stroll through these crowded markets. Check out Balinese painting and woodcarving around the market. Get an insight into the lives of artists and artisans in the city. Visit the Threads of Life Gallery, where you can enrol in a class to learn about the traditional methods to colour fabrics.

2. Trek Through Bedugul Rainforest

Step foot into the wilderness of Bali’s jungles and trek through a cool highland rainforest that overlooks the gorgeous lakeside village of Bedugul. During this moderate trek you will explore a pristine conservation forest, enjoy breathtaking panoramas while our expert guide educates you on jungle ecology. Spot on your Indonesia Bali package from India a variety of wildlife including leaf-eating macaques, small deer known as kijang, Bali starling and Pangolin anteaters. Enjoy a traditional canoe trip across the beautiful Lake Bratan and indulge in a delicious buffet lunch at a local restaurant.

3. Hiking Tour To Mayong Village

Discover on your Bali trip package from India , the beauty of Mayong village which is 20 km from Lovina and away from busy side of Bali on this guided tour. Marvel at the panoramic view of the landscape with hectares of rice fields covering the hill slopes. Get to know the local villagers’ fascinating way of life like the traditional farming, cattle breeding and the daily routine of offerings and ceremonies. Listen to captivating stories of this ancient village from your guide and spot historical relics present throughout the village.

4. Visit to the Mesmerising Broken Beach in Nusa Penida

Located in the Nusa Penida Island, the Broken Beach has the most picturesque views ever of the lashing blue waves. You can go ahead and visit this place along with your loved ones and spend some leisure time and click pictures on your Bali travel packages from India . Speaking of beaches on the Nusa Penida Island itself, you can look forward to some of the best snorkeling and scuba diving experiences at these points. Given that it is further into the Indian Ocean, there is a chance that you may witness breathtaking marine life during your expeditions.

5. A tour of the Breathtaking Thousand Islands Viewpoint in Nusa Penida

Geographically, the Thousand Islands Viewpoint is located on the eastern side of Nusa Penida Islands. This is one of the most precious points in all of Nusa Penida and is actually not known to a lot of people. Although it involves a bit of walking, the end result of the view is totally worth it and hence is a must visit on your Bali packages . You will not find much crowd here since it is quite a narrow strip of land. You might also have a glimpse of the Lombok island from this point which is largely untouched and yet again gives you a unique experience.

Best Time For Bali Tours from India

Bali, the Island of the Gods is an all rounder similar to the ones we have in the game of Cricket. Why so? Well, it has a bit of all experiences and needless to say, it can be visited all around the year. The sunny beaches and captivating mountains prove that Bali is a jack of all trades. Although a lot of people would prefer visiting the island during the months of April to October, you can also have a good time visiting the place from November to March. The obvious reason for this is that the winter season will see sparse crowds which will give you better space to enjoy your Bali holiday package on all fronts.

But if you prefer to be in the midst of local culture and the native vibe, it's recommended that you visit Bali between the months of April and October. So, irrespective of whether you are a summer baby or a winter lover, Bali will be sure to welcome you with open arms into its heavenly abode. Let’s dive right in and understand more on the best time and ideal season to visit Bali shall we?

Summer in Bali (April - October)

Typically referred to as the dry season, you can look forward to some bright and sunny days when you visit Bali between the months of April and October. The landscape and weather conditions are ideal to take up water sport activities as well. Considering that a large part of Bali lovers visit the Island during the summer season, you can look forward to tons of festivals and local cultural activities along with your loved ones. The Bali arts festival is one such event where people from all over the globe throng the island to witness the culture in all its glory. If you want to travel smart, make sure you book your hotels and activities in advance so that you get the best deals for your Bali trip package . There is a high probability that if you book in the off season, you tend to save on your Bali trip cost from India in the peak season. So go ahead and plan your summer vacation on the beautiful island of Bali.

Winter in Bali (November to March)

For all you winter lovers out there, don't lose heart. Bali can also be visited in the winter months from November to March. Imagine climbing up the famous Mount Batur while letting the chilly breeze caress your face early in the morning. Sounds well, right? The best part about visiting Bali in the winter season is that you will not have too much of a crowd, thus giving the much needed getaway you and your loved ones deserve. Do not expect Bali to be filled with snow at any given point because it is located very close to the equator. In fact, the island destination is known for its pleasant climate in the winter rather than the chilly weather. How does a beautiful wintry climate sound when you are lazing around the Nusa Penida Island while looking at the overcast sky touching the horizon? So, go ahead and bask in the romantic weather of Bali from the months of November to March with cheapest Bali tour packages offered at Pickyourtrail.

Best Beaches to Visit on Bali Trip from India

Bali is a stunning island and one of the most popular tourist destinations in Indonesia. The beaches here are some of the most beautiful in the world, and there are so many to choose from. Whether you are looking for a place to relax or somewhere to enjoy some water sports, you are sure to have a great time here. If you are planning a Bali trip package from India, be sure to add these 10 beaches to your list: 1. Kuta Beach :- This is one of the most popular beaches on the island, and it is great for surfing and sunbathing. Kuta Beach, located on the southwest coast of the island, is one of the best spots in Bali to witness beautiful sunsets. With its lively atmosphere and plenty of activities to keep you busy, Kuta Beach is the perfect place to spend a day with the whole family. Kuta Beach is arguably Bali's most famous beach and is perfect for swimming in its calm waters. With plenty of places to eat, drink, and shop nearby, Kuta Beach is a great place to visit in Bali. 2. Dream Beach :- Dream Beach is another one of Bali's best-kept secrets. Dream Beach, located in the north of the island, is an excellent place to unwind and enjoy some peace. The beach is one of many popular and tranquil beaches on Lembongan, with scenery dominated by spectacular rock formations and low-lying limestone cliffs. The clear water and white sand make this beach an ideal place to relax and unwind on your Bali trip from India. Visitors can hike to the clifftop and take amazing photos of the breathtaking seascapes around the beach. 3. Lovina Beach :- Lovina beach is a great spot in Bali for seeing dolphins. The clear water and white sand make this beach an ideal place to relax and enjoy some peace. With its vibrant marine life, this beach is best for snorkelling and diving. The surroundings are stunning, and you can have a quiet time on the beach while watching the sunset. Also, there are several restaurants around where you can stop by and sample the flavourful Balinese seafood. With its stunning scenery and vibrant atmosphere, Lovina Beach is a great place to get adventurous on your Bali Indonesia tour package. 4. Bingin Beach :- Bingin Beach is one of the most popular spots in northern Bali and a must visit on your Bali vacation packages from India. The white sand and clear water make this beach an ideal place to relax and enjoy some peace. If you are looking for a more lively atmosphere, there are plenty of restaurants and activities nearby that will keep you busy all day. This beach is well known for its surf breaks, making it perfect for those who want to catch some waves. It is also great for relaxing on the sand or taking a walk along the cliffs. There are many seafood restaurants around the beach that serve freshly caught fish during sunset hours. It is an experience not to be missed. 5. Nusa Dua Beach :- If you want a more laid-back atmosphere, head to Nusa Dua Beach. With fewer crowds than other beaches, this beach is great for relaxing and soaking up the sun in peace. This beach is also situated in a luxury resort area, so it is perfect if you are looking for a bit of luxury on your Bali Indonesia trip. It is also great for swimming, sunbathing, and enjoying the views. With its white sand and crystal clear water, it is no wonder this beach is so unique to visit in Bali. If you are looking for some peace, this is the perfect place to go. 6. Sanur Beach :- Sanur beach is much quieter than some of the others on the island, making it perfect for those who want to escape the crowds. This tranquil bay is a favourite among locals as well as tourists due to its picturesque views and golden sands. It is also lovely for a sunset stroll or bike ride. Traditional fishermen still use this beach for their daily catch, but there is also plenty of space to relax or paddle board on its peaceful waters. Despite being a busy beach, it is one of the best beaches in Bali and a must visit on your Bali tour packages. 7. Amed Beach :- If you are looking for some quiet, then Amed Beach is where you should be heading on your Bali tour. Located on the eastern side of Bali near Tulamben, this black sand beach offers stunning scenery and snorkelling opportunities too. The beach offers a more secluded experience than other beaches because it is surrounded by limestone cliffs jutting out from the sea bed below. This beach is located in an area known for its diving sites, so it is perfect if you are looking to do some exploring underwater. There are also some great restaurants nearby serving fresh seafood. 8. Padangbai Beach :- This beach is a great place to relax and take in stunning views. It is also a good spot for snorkelling and swimming on your Bali tour packages from India. This beach is one of the most popular spots for surfing in Bali. It is also great for enjoying the views or watching the sunset. Visitors looking for some adventure can head down one of the many trails leading up to and away from the beach for stunning views. The beach offers stunning views with towering limestone cliffs dropping into crystal-clear blue water, making it ideal if you love taking photos. 9. Seminyak Beach :- This beach is known for its vibrant atmosphere, with many beach clubs and restaurants lining the shore. It is a great place to enjoy a sunset cocktail or partake in some water sports activities like surfing or parasailing. This beach is a bit more upscale, with plenty of restaurants and bars nearby. It is perfect for a relaxing day by the water. This beach is known for its fresh seafood, so be sure to try some of the local restaurants here. It is also a great spot for swimming and snorkelling. Whether you want an action-packed Bali Indonesia trip by the sea or somewhere quiet to relax, Seminyak Beach has it all. 10. Padang Padang Beach :- Also known as "the secret beach," Padang Padang has become increasingly popular since it was featured in Julia Roberts' 2010 movie Eat, Pray, Love. With its crystal-clear water, white sand, and tropical climate, this beach in Bali is sure to make you feel relaxed and refreshed. Also, it makes for a great spot to relax on the sand or go surfing due to its waves at high tide. This beach has a distinctive hollow rock entrance that makes for great photo opportunities. This beach is always filled with visitors due to its great panoramic vistas and surfing opportunities. So, visit this beach on your Bali tours from India and enjoy the best beach vacation in Bali.

More activities to include on your Bali Trip Package

  • Shop souvenirs at Krisna Bali Souvenir shop
  • Relax by the beach club Kudeta as you enjoy your drinks
  • Visit Kelingking Beach that is in the shape of Tyrannosaurus Rex
  • Visit Beachwalk Shopping Mall for an exclusive shopping experience
  • Marvel at the natural wonder of Broken Beach
  • Explore the dramatic & exotic landscape of Jatiluwih Rice Terraces
  • Watch the clear blue waters of Angel Billabong
  • Watch a beautiful sunset at Crystal Bay
  • Dine and relax in the comfort of soft beds facing the sea at Potato Head Beach Club
  • Watch a drag show at Bali joe or Mixwell
  • Go for scuba diving on the Liberty Shipwreck
  • Strike a pose at the Gate of Heaven with a jaw dropping backdrop
  • Take a holy dip at Tirta Empul Temple
  • Visit Lempuyang Temple: An amazing temple with a thousand steps
  • Swim with 48 life size human sunken sculptures at Nest in Gilli Meno
  • Watch sunset at La Plancha Bali
  • Go on a Mayong village trekking tour
  • Take a stroll down Campughan Ridgewalk
  • Take the experience of Quad Biking in Bali
  • Dine at Tsavo Lion Restaurant
  • Go on a Munduk Waterfall Jungle Trek with scenic views of Old Dutch Batiste amidst Green Mountains
  • Go Snorkeling at Tanjung Benoa

Things to Remember While On Your Bali Tour from India

1. do not disrespect balinese culture or local customs.

It is important to show respect and appreciation for the rich traditions and customs of the Balinese people. This includes being mindful of their religious practices, dressing modestly when visiting temples, and seeking permission before taking photographs of individuals or sacred sites.

2. Do not step on or over offerings on the ground

Offerings are an integral part of Balinese daily life and are considered sacred. It is important to walk around them or step over them carefully to avoid causing any rudeness or offense. Additionally, it is advisable to avoid touching or disturbing the offerings in any way, as they hold great significance to the Balinese people.

3. Do not touch someone's head

Touching someone's head is considered disrespectful in Balinese culture. The head is believed to be the most sacred part of the body, and touching it without permission is seen as intrusive. It is important to show respect by refraining from any physical contact with someone's head, even if it may seem like a friendly gesture in other cultures.

4. Avoid entering temples without proper attire

In Bali, entering temples without proper attire is considered unmannered. Temples are sacred places and it is important to dress modestly and respectfully when visiting them. This typically means covering your shoulders, wearing a sarong or a long skirt, and sometimes even wearing a sash. By following these guidelines, you show respect for the religious beliefs and customs of the Balinese people.

5. Do not climb Mount Batur without a guide

This is because Mount Batur is an active volcano and can be dangerous to climb without proper guidance. Hiring a guide ensures your safety and also supports the local economy as many guides are locals who rely on tourism for their livelihood. Additionally, the guides are knowledgeable about the mountain's history and cultural significance and can enhance your overall experience by providing valuable insights during the climb.

6. Never drink tap water; always choose bottled water

Drinking tap water can pose health risks due to potential contaminants or impurities. Opting for bottled water ensures a safer and more reliable source of hydration, especially in unfamiliar locations where water quality may vary.

7. Avoid public displays of affection beyond holding hands

Public displays of affection can vary greatly in acceptability across different cultures. In some places, excessive displays of affection may be seen as inappropriate or offensive. It is important to be mindful of local customs and norms to avoid unintentionally causing discomfort or offense to others.

8. Do not feed monkeys in monkey forests

Feeding monkeys in monkey forests can disrupt their natural behaviour and diet, leading to negative consequences for their health and well-being. Additionally, feeding them can also pose risks to human safety as they may become aggressive or dependent on human food. It is best to observe and appreciate these animals from a distance, respecting their natural habitat and allowing them to thrive in their own environment.

9. Avoid driving without an international driver's license

Driving without an international driver's license can result in legal consequences, such as fines or even imprisonment, depending on the country. It is important to obtain the proper documentation before operating a vehicle in a foreign country to ensure compliance with local laws and regulations.

10. Do not make unnecessary comments on Bali

Don't imply criticism or disrespect towards Indonesian leaders or religious figures in public conversations or social media posts about your stay in Bali. It is important to show respect and appreciation for the local culture and customs while visiting Bali. Engaging in thoughtful and positive discussions about your experiences can help foster a better understanding and connection with the local community.

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Frequently Asked Questions about Bali Tour Packages

How much is a meal cost in Bali?

Average cost of food in Bali per day ranges between Rp250,000 - Rp2,70,000 varying based on your eating and spending habits. While dining out the average cost per meal is around Rp105,000.

When is a good time to visit Bali?

The best time to visit Bali is in the months of May, July and September when the weather is warm and sunny and ideal for outdoor activities.

How much cash can I carry from India to Bali?

For a seven day trip to Bali for two, you can carry Rs.50,000 worth IDR which is approximately IDR 9752815. This money should suffice for transport, activities, shopping, food and drinks.

Which are the must visit cities in Bali?

Denpasar, Ubud, Kuta, Seminyak, Canggu, Uluwatu and Nusa Dua are the best regions in Bali that are a must visit on your Bali trip.

What to pack for your Bali trip?

Light weight dresses, quick drying shorts, flip flops, travel shoes for trekking, swim suit for swimming and underwater water sports, Universal Power Adapter, Sunscreen to beat the sun, sunglasses, reusable water bottle are the essentials to pack for your Bali tour.

How to dress before visiting a temple in Bali?

While visiting a temple you want to be appropriate and modest in Bali. It is advised to respectfully cover shoulders and knees for both men and women. The ideal thing to do is to carry a sarong for all your temple visits and tie it around your waist. This is applicable to both men and women. Alternatively, Sarongs are available on rent at the entrance to every temple.

What is the ideal time to spend for a trip to Bali?

6 nights 7 days is the ideal time to spend in Bali to cover all the important attractions. A 6 nights Bali itinerary can be customised as per your requirement at Pickyourtrail to include everything of your choice and have the ideal Bali holiday.

How to move around in Bali?

Motorbikes and cars are the best way to move around in Bali. Relying on Public transport is not advisable. The traffic situation in Bali can get annoying, and hence renting a motorbike is the best option as that will help you manoeuvre through the traffic.

Do we need a passport for Bali from India?

Yes, you need a passport to enter Bali from India. Although Bali offers visa on arrival for Indians, so visa need not be applied for earlier and can be obtained after arriving at Denpasar airport.

What are the languages spoken in Bali? Can I survive with English?

Balinese, Indonesian & English are the most spoken languages in Bali. In major tourist attractions, you can survive with English, however if you go to interior parts of Bali, it can get difficult and hence learning little Balinese can go a long way.

What is the currency in Bali?

Indonesian Rupiah (IDR) is the currency used in Bali. However Euro and USD are also widely accepted and can fetch you good conversion rates.

Is Bali a safe place to visit?

Bali is a fairly safe place to visit. However it is always advised to keep your belongings safe at all times and remain cautious against pickpockets. Also the threat of volcanoes remain, but so far there hasn't been a scenario of significant devastation and it continues to be a top tourist destination making it a rather safe place to vacation in.

What are the best places to shop in Bali?

1. Krisna Bali Souvenirs shop outlet is the best place to buy Bali souvenirs, accessories, keychains, handicrafts and related items. There are 7 outlets spread across Bali, you can shop keepsakes from any one themon your Bali trip. 2. Sukawati art market is another place to shop typical Balinese crafts such as paintings, silver & gold jewellery, antiques, wooden sculptures, and beach fabrics. 3. At Kuta art market and Ubud art market you can buy Balinese handicraft items such as placemats, bags, balinese conical hats, silk scarves, T-shirts, sandals, and fridge magnet sort of souvenirs. 4. For high end fashion brands and designer boutique brands, head to Seminyak Village Mall. 5. At Discovery Shopping Mall Kuta find clothing brands such as Adidas, Nike and Giordano, find a store for all your shopping needs in Bali.

How do I get from Bali to Nusa Penida?

From Sanur in Bali, there are speedboats that go to Nusa Penida and it takes about 30 - 45 minutes to get there by a speedboat. Angel Billabong speedboat transfers are the most sought after.

How to get to Nusa Lembongan from Bali?

Nusa Lembongan can be reached from Bali in 30 minutes through a fast speed boat departing from Sanur or Serangan port. You can find several trips departing to Lembongan from Bali in a day, particularly by Gili Getaway and Blue Water Express.

Is Bali kid friendly?

Bali is definitely one of the most family friendly destinations to visit. Its amazing beaches, restaurants, sunsets, swings and marine parks make it a kid friendly destination. To top that welcoming locals make it a cherry on the cake for kids!

Is Bali safe for female solo travel?

Bali is fairly considered to be safe for female travellers to travel solo or with a group.

Does Bali offer visa on arrival for Indians?

At the current date, Bali offers free visa on arrival for Indian tourists that lets them stay in Bali for a period of 30 days. All you need to carry is your passport and at Immigration counter your passport will be stamped with visa exemption stamp. Although it is advisable to have your to and fro tickets and your stay booked prior to your arrival, there is no visa fees for Indians to enter Bali.

How much does a trip to Bali cost from India?

At Pickyourtrail get Bali packages that start as low as Rs.36,000 for a 4 nights Bali holiday to Rs.48,000 for a 8 night Bali vacation. Customise your India to Bali trip cost according to your budget and get a complete package that fits all budgets.

What to do in Bali at night?

Bali is known for its lively nightlife scene, and there’s something to suit everyone’s taste. You can watch the Kecak Fire Dance, shop at the Night Market, party at beach clubs, or simply take a stroll along the beach at night. Whether you want to enjoy a few drinks at a beach bar, dance the night away at a club, or see some traditional Balinese dance performances, there’s plenty to keep you entertained in Bali after dark.

When does it rain in Bali?

Bali receives rain during the months of November to March. During this period of time, it rains quite a lot in Bali. The rain usually comes in the form of short, intense downpours that often happen in the afternoon or evening. If you are planning to visit during these months, it can be a bit inconvenient because of the cold climate, so make sure to carry some warm clothes with you.

What to wear in the Bali temples?

When visiting any temple in Bali, wear attire that is completely covered. Avoid wearing miniskirts or any see-through clothing. Some temples require visitors to wear a sarong or scarf to visit the temple, which can be purchased at the temple's entrance.

What are the top cafes to try in Bali?

  • Revolver Espresso (Seminyak and Ubud): Revolver Espresso is a thriving coffee roastery that is well known for using world’s best Arabica beans and offering best flavours to its visitors. It is a trendy café with unique interiors, radiating hippy vibes, and offering a comforting atmosphere to visitors. You can try the Killer Chiller, Bulletproof Coffee, or Revolver Coffee Shake.
  • Seniman Coffee: is one of the leading coffee brands in Indonesia and offers a diverse range of selected coffees from various regions of Bali. This retro café is a great place for cosy vibes, along with sipping some great coffee.
  • Sisterfields Cafe (Seminyak): The next vibrant café that you can plan to visit is Sisterfields, known for offering Australia’s unique café culture to the streets of Bali. Sisterfields Café is committed to providing authentic tastes prepared with fresh and high quality ingredients. Enjoy coffees, pastries, truffle scrambled eggs, breakfast burgers, and many lunch and dinner options as well.
  • Cafe Organic (Seminyak, Canggu, and Ubud): You can make plans to visit this another great café in Bali, which is known for focusing on health conscious, plant based food dishes. If you are a vegan or a vegetarian exploring Bali, then this is your stop for savouring delicious delicacies.
  • Pison Coffee (Seminyak): It is a popular coffee shop with a lively atmosphere. It is a perfect place to visit with your family and friends and enjoy the cool and cosy vibes. Choose from their amazing coffee selections and enjoy live music performances.

What are the best restaurants to eat in Bali?

  • Mamasan, Bali: A wonderful restaurant that is known for its sophisticated Asian fusion and elegant interiors. Enjoy the authentic flavours paired with cocktails & wine, making sure to provide its visitors with a refined dining experience. Choose from crispy chicken dumplings, wild mushroom salad, stuffed chicken wings, and many other delicious delicacies at the restaurant.
  • The Plantation Grill, Seminyak: Next best restaurant in Bali is the Plantation Grill, which offers great seafood and meat grill dishes. The restaurant flaunts twenties-style and offers vintage feels to its visitors. Ingredients are imported to provide authentic tastes to its visitors.
  • Merah Putih (Seminyak): serves up modern Indonesian cuisine in a beautiful, modern setting.
  • Merah Putih: Get ready to have an Indonesian dining experience like no other, only at Merah Putih restaurant in Bali. Immerse yourself in Indonesia’s fine cuisine and enjoy the bursting flavours of traditional spices. Whether you are planning a casual lunch, candlelit dinners, or a cheat day, this is your place to visit for delicious delicacies in Bali.
  • Mozaic, Ubud: It is a great Asian restaurant that is known for its culinary excellence. Mozaic Restaurant focuses on using traditional Balinese ingredients and locally sourced organic produce to create real tastes. To offer mouthwatering tastes, they even use traditional cooking techniques.
  • La Lucciola, Seminyak: Another great dining option in Bali is the 30 years old La Lucciola restaurant. Not only its mouth watering flavours and tastes, but the mesmerising beach side location is a cherry on the top. Savour regional Italian dishes along with moreish Italian desserts and tropical cocktails on your Bali tour.

Which are the top street food choices in Bali?

  • Gado Gado (Salad): Gado Gado is an Indonesian salad which is perfect for every taste bud. This salad is prepared with cucumber, tempeh, sprouts, tofu, kidney beans, cucumber and eggs are optional. The main ingredient is its special peanut sauce dressing, giving it a mix of flavour.
  • Bubur Sumsum (Coconut & rice porridge): Another sweet treat on the list is Bubur Sumsum, a comforting dish of Bali. It is very easy to prepare and tastes amazing. Do try this sweet dish served with palm sugar syrup on your Bali trip from India. Sometimes, this dish is also served with sweet potato dumplings, sounds like tasting it, right!
  • Pisang Goreng (Banana Fritters): Another great Bali street food is deep-fried banana or banana fritters. This dish is prepared by slicing bananas and then coating them with a simple batter of flour, water, and salt. In Bali, these fritters are served with vanilla ice cream or freshly grated coconut.
  • Satay (Kebab): This dish is a Southeast Asian kebab which is made of meat and skewered to grill. These delicious Satay are then served with sauces and are popular amongst both locals and tourists.
  • Mie Goreng (Stir-fried noodles): Next popular street food in Bali is Mie Goreng which are noodles. Who can say no to noodles, right? This is simple, yet authentic meal is very delicious and is made of egg noodles, many types of sauces, vegetables, and meat. There are both vegetarian and non-vegetarian varieties of Mie Goreng.
  • Laklak (Rice flour pancakes): These pancakes not only look amazing but taste delicious as well. Laklak are traditional Balinese pancakes which are prepared with rice flour, water, coconut milk, baking powder, grated coconut, brown sugar, and salt and enjoyed in breakfast in Bali.

What are the best clubs to enjoy on a Bali trip?

  • Sky Garden, Bali: Get ready to have ultimate partying and nightlife experiences at the Sky Garden in Bali. Dance your night off here, as it offers the best lighting and sound effects and invites popular artists to perform live. This 7-year-old club even hosts confetti showers and stage fireworks to offer visitors a lifetime experience.
  • Mirror Lounge & Club, Seminyak: Popular club in Bali that promises moments enhanced with mosaic mirrors, neon-coloured laser beams, high quality music, and fine cuisine. This club is known for its energetic and electrifying atmosphere, and makes sure to provide the best of the best to its visitors.
  • Red Ruby Club, Seminyak: Visit this wonderland in Bali that is known for offering ultimate nightlife experiences. With quality music, vibing atmosphere, well-mannered staff, delicious dining options, and interior influenced by 970s and 1980s New York disco era, you won’t be let down. This place attracts all kinds of party-goers and offers the best.
  • La Favela, Seminyak: La Favela is another great club to visit and enjoy the retro vibes with Latin-influenced dishes, refreshing cocktails, and so much more. The theme of this amazing club is a mix of Bali and Indonesian jungles, 90s underground bars and clubs in the UK, and favelas of Rio, giving you a reason to visit it for sure!
  • Engine Room Discotheque, Bali: Another option is to visit Engine Room, a three-storey disco club that offers refreshing drinks, energetic music, and DJs who make sure to offer you the best experiences. You can enjoy your night here with your friends and have a good time.

When is the tourist off-season in Bali?

The tourist off-season in Bali is typically from October to March, as this is the rainy season. However, Bali is a popular destination year-round, so there are still tourists visiting even during the off-season.

Can I ride a scooter with my Indian driver's license in Bali?

Yes, you can ride a scooter with your Indian driver's license in Bali, provided it is a valid license and you have an International Driving Permit (IDP). An IDP is a translation of your driver's license into several different languages, and it is required by law in Indonesia for foreigners driving or riding motorbikes.

Is Bali expensive to visit?

Yes, Bali can be an affordable destination to visit compared to many other popular tourist destinations. However, prices can vary depending on your travel style and where you choose to stay and dine. During the on-season between April and October, Bali will be expensive, but Bali is good to visit any time of the year.

How far is Ubud from the airport?

Ubud and Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport are 37 kilometers apart. You can take a taxi or cab from the airport, and you will reach Ubud in about 1 hour, depending on the traffic.

How far is Seminyak from the airport?

Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport is approximately 10 kilometers from Seminak. It usually takes around 20 to 30 minutes to get to Seminyak from the airport by car or taxi. However, travel time can vary depending on the time of day and traffic conditions.

How far is Kuta from the airport?

Kuta and Ngurah Rai International Airport are roughly 5 kilometers (3.1 miles) apart. Taking a car or cab from the airport to Kuta often takes ten to fifteen minutes.

How far are the Gili Islands from Bali?

It is 88.9 kilometres from Ubud to the Gili Islands, and the journey takes approximately 3 hours. To reach Gili Island, take a taxi or local bus from Ubud to reach Badang Bai, which takes 1.5 hours of travel time, and from there, catch a ferry to reach Gili Trawangan.

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Trip Location: Bali Destinations Covered: 4N Bali Start Point: Bali Ngurah Rai Airport End Point: Bali Ngurah Rai Airport Accommodation: Hotel Things to do: Sightseeing, scenic road trip

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According to your tour package to Bali from India , arrive at the airport and head out for Seminyak where you can spend lovely time with your loved ones at the beach. Also, enjoy the exclusive Bali massages and sunsets too. The next day visit the iconic Uluwatu Temple situated on a cliff and Sanur that is an infamous fishing town.

The following day of your Bali tour packages from India head out for a trek across the infamous active volcanos namely Mount Batur and Mount Agung. Get to witness some breathtaking views from the region’s highest points. Then head out for the Ubud Monkey Forest located in a jungle. Get to go on a lovely boat trip at the Pura Ulun Danu Bratan. Also, witness some rare wild animals as well. Arrive at Pura Besakih that comprises of twenty-three iconic temples that are home to festival celebrations. Come back home with cherished memories. So, hurry up and book your holiday package to Bali from India now.

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At your India to Bali tour package , arrive at the Bali Ngurah Rai Airport and get transferred to the hotel by a professional guide. Relax your muscles and head out to visit the Seminyak that is known to be loaded with exquisite beaches, resorts, and hotels. Go shopping and enjoy a lovely Balinese massage as well. Spend some time along the shores and check back into the hotel post journey.

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Wake up to some delicious breakfast at your hotel and head out for an amazing tour. Indulge in various activities and thrilling experiences. First stop will be at the Uluwatu Temple which is situated on a cliff. Get to see some marvelous traditional dances, panoramic ocean views, and iconic Hindu temples. Then arrive at Sanur that is home to colorful fishing culture and lifestyles. Get to munch on some yummy seafood. Visit art museums and temples too.

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The following day at your Bali tour packages from India , spend some time with your loved ones wandering at the beautiful mountain ranges. First stop will be at Mount Batur. This mountain is an infamous active volcano. Go hiking across the route to the range across the villages and serene lakes. Capture moments, strike conversations, and enjoy the trek. Then arrive at the Mount Agung which is another active volcano. It is the area’s highest point. Go for another trek across and get to witness some breathtaking views. Then the last stop will be at the Ubud Monkey Forest. Walk across the famous forest as cute monkey’s join you during the trip. Post tour, overnight at the hotel.

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Have breakfast and giddy up to another thrilling journey the following day. Head out for an amazing lake view at the Pura Ulun Danu Bratan. Get to see some indigenous flora and fauna. Also, go boating across the serene lake with your loved ones. Then arrive at Pura Besakih which is the grandest site that has twenty three temples in it. Visit the marvelous and iconic spires and witness some wonderful festival celebrations as well. Post journey, check back into the hotel.

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How much does a trip to bali cost from india.

The cost of your Bali tour package from India depends upon various factors such as trip duration, sightseeing tours, meals, transfers, accommodation, and more. A 5 days luxurious trip to Bali that includes staying at an amazing property, sightseeing and transfers, will cost between INR 51,000 to INR 54,000 per person. You can get your itinerary customised by mentioning your preferences.

How do I plan my Bali trip?

You can check out the following plan for your Bali holiday:

Day 1: Arrive in Bali and explore Seminyak. On this day, you can go shopping or enjoy a Balinese massage. Day 2: Go for a sightseeing tour and visit Uluwatu Temple, Sanur, and art museums, along with attending cultural programmes. Day 3: Plan a getaway to Mount Batur, followed by Mount Agung and Ubud Monkey Forest. Day 4: Witness the lake view at the Pura Ulun Danu Bratan and attend cultural ceremonies at Pura Besakih. Day 5: Departure

What are the best tourist places in Bali?

Ubud, Lovina, Mount And Lake Batur, Nusa Lembongan, Sanur Beach, Kuta Beach, Pura Luhur Uluwatu, Tanah Lot, Seminyak, Pura Besakih, Mount Agung, Tulamben, Nungnung Waterfall, Bali Bird And Reptile Park, Tukad Cepung Waterfall, Ayung, Jimbaran Beach, Green Bowl Beach, Tirta Empul, Gitgit Waterfall, etc. are the top places to visit in Bali.

Do Indians require a passport for Bali?

Yes, a passport is required to visit Bali. However, Indians do not require a tourist visa to visit Bali.

What is the weather at Bali like?

Mostly hot. However, sometimes rainy and cold.

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Best Time To Visit Bali From India

The best time to visit Bali from India is during the dry season,which is from April to October , and its is the cheapest time to go to bali .By the end of autumn, the weather starts to settle down, ideal for any outdoor enthusiast with fewer rains and just the right temperature for enjoying the beach. The high season, in which the majority of tourists come, is in June-August. During these months, festivals and cultural events blossom. On the other hand, shoulder months such as April, May, September or October is a perfect time for Calmer experience with fewer sets of tourists. Many people from different places in the world prefer to spend their holiday in Bali in the high season because Bali showcases its fresh and green landscapes during those times. 

How To Reach Bali From India

Multiple flight options make it easy to go to Bali from India. Denpasar’s Ngurah Rai International Airport serves as the principal gateway. Direct flights from major Indian cities such as Delhi, Mumbai, and Chennai are accessible. Airlines such as Garuda Indonesia, AirAsia, and Malindo Air provide regular services. Flight durations typically range from 8 to 12 hours. Another alternative is to link planes through major Southeast Asian hubs such as Kuala Lumpur or Singapore. Make sure to check visa requirements and entry procedures ahead of time. Once in Bali, local transportation, such as taxis and rental cars, make it simple to discover the island’s numerous landmarks.

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Travel with us to Bali, a place where the wonders of Indonesia are truly present in abundance: lush greenery, lively culture, and idyllic beaches. Some of the best Bali tourism places are: Ubud is a must-see city and the tanah lot temple overlooking the sea bali offers an intriguing combination of culture and nature. Take advantage of the vibrant arts scene in Ubud, witness the captivating uluwatu kecak dance and relax on Seminyak’s pristine beaches. Among the treasures of Bali are tegallalang rice terraces, gitgit waterfall and tirta empul temple. Come and explore the best locations to visit in Bali, wherein every minute is filled with surprise and beauty.

The cultural gem of Bali’s interior and its well-documented past is Ubud. Ubud is a tranquil place set among the lush woods and huge rice fields . The island takes in the charming balinese buildings and thriving markets throughout the town and experiences the art culture of the region with its many shops, markets or galleries and workshops. Monkey forest sanctuary adds a playful element while ancient temples such as goa gajah and saraswati temple showcase spiritual beauty. Ubud offers a tranquil environment for discovering Bali’s customs, participating in regional practices, and appreciating the splendour of the natural world. The journey is something that will never be forgotten. It is a true pleasure to embark on this voyage.

Uluwatu Temple

Uluwatual temple is a stunning balinese sea temple that overlooks the indian ocean and sits incredibly high on cliffs. Also known for its spiritual significance because of its dramatic setting. Surrounded bystunning sunsets andbreathtaking seaviews, this historical wonder canbefound on the Bukit Peninsula .Temple of the sea spirits is decorated with intricate traditional architecture and a group of mischievous monkeys that live there. At uluwatu temple kecak dance is a captivating experience that takes place in the background with its rhythmic singing and colorful costumes providing enchanting scenes against the waves. 

Mount Batur

Mount batur is an amazing mountain in bali that offers spectacular trekking and stunning views. Hikers can witness a spectacular sunrise over Lake Batur and its breathtaking caldera by ascending to the summit prior to dawn, which is a very enchanting adventure. Atop the mountain offers a panoramic view of the surrounding landscapes. Unusual experience awaits those embarking on the trek which is typically initiated in the early morning and involves walking through volcanic terrain under the canopy. Beyond its geological extent the beauty of mount batur includes a spiritually and visually breathtaking balinese feast 

Tegallalang Rice Terraces

On the tegallalang rice terraces located in the center of ubud bali a stunning array of emerald green stepped fields can be seen. These hillsides are covered in terraces carved into the hills with intricate irrigation systems dating back to the 8th century creating a unique blend of nature’s beauty and human creativity. On the verdant paths visitors can observe farmers in action while taking a photo of the breathtaking panoramic landscape. A symbol of Bali’s rich cultural heritage, tegallalang rice terraces provide ambiance for those who seek peace in the beautifully designed and well maintained areas. 

Seminyak this chic seaside resort in bali is a welcome surprise because of its laid-back charm and lively atmosphere. It is a chic resort town on the southwest coast of the island known for its luxurious resorts boutique hotels and nightlife. Relaxation is guaranteed on golden beaches and shopping in the streets is teeming with trendy cafesart galleries as well as fine boutiques. Seminyak becomes a bustling hub of bars and clubs along the beachfront offering an evening entertainment experience at night”. Seminyak is the ultimate destination in bali whether you’re looking for sunbathing or dining. 

Tanah Lot Temple

The Tanah Lot Temple, a symbol of Bali’s spiritual heritage, stands on rocky terrain in the middle of the Indian Ocean. This ancient seatemple ishighly esteemed bythegods oftheocean, anditsbeauty isinstark contrast tothat ofother inland landscapes .Tanah Lot, renowned for its breathtaking sunsets, provides a magnificent view of the water lapping against the rocks . Traditional Balinese architecture enhances the temple’s mystical aura, which is only reachable during low tide. Tanah Lot represents the rich cultural legacy of Bali and is a sacred location which draws tourists seeking spiritual connection as well as those drawn by the area’s scenic splendour. 

Tirta Empul Temple

Near Ubud, the Tirta Empul Temple is a holy water temple that boasts religious rituals for purification. A site of worship for Balinese Hindus, this cultural treasure has been in existence since the 10th century through ritual cleansing in its holy springs. It is surrounded by lush greenery, and it’s all very peaceful inside this temple. Elaborate Balinese architecture and ornamental features are a focal point ofthetemple complex, which visitors canappreciate visually .Animpressive feat ofarchitecture .Tirta Empul is a unique place that combines spirituality with cultural legacy, appealing to both peace seekers and culture enthusiasts. It is well-known for its sacred waters and the healing capabilities it contains. 

Waterbom Bali

If you’re in search of at hrilling aquatic adventure and fun, Waterbom Bali water park in Kuta is the place to visit. Filled with exhilarating slides, lazy river rides and colourful pools it is a water-based haven for the whole family. Nestled amidst abundant tropical foliage, the park presents an ideal combination of exhilarating guests and laid-back tourists. The upscale Bali experience is a vailable at Waterbom Bali, which boasts strict safety protocols and anactive community .Whether you’re after a water slide or an outdoor oasis, this water park in Bali has something for everyone. Anessential viewing experience for those interested in watersports.

Sekumpul Waterfall

Stunning views: Sekumpul Waterfall in Bali’s northern jungles a must-see bygone era. A scenic hike will take you past this beautiful cascade, where the rainforest reveals itself in several tiers, and is interrupted by tropical palm trees and peaceful birdsong. From Sekumpul, visitors can witness Bali’s lush greenery and untamed countryside. The solitary and stunning waterfall is revealed as the sun rises from thickets of green foliage. Sekumpul, a must-see location that gives the tranquility and solitude of Bali, is well-known for its colourful vegetation and animals.

Nusa Penida

Skip ahead to the untamed paradise of Nusa Penida, situated off the southeast coast near Bali’. Nusa Penida is a great place for outdoor enthusiasts because of its breathtaking cliff tops, pure waterways, and pristine beaches. Kelingking Beach features a T Rex shaped cliff, whereas Angel’s Billabong and Broken Beach showcase nature’ natural beauty. Additionally, While Crystal Bay is a place of activity for snorkelers, crystal-clear water enthusiasts can also enjoy the surreal beauty of Atuh Beach’s towering rock formations. Even while Nusa Penida is becoming more and more well-known, it still has its own unique charm that draws visitors who come to discover its natural beauty and take in the peace of this picturesque Indonesian gem. 

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Bali Tourism : Frequently Asked Questions

What are the must-visit places in bali.

Bali has a varied range of attractions. Ubud, known for its cultural and artistic treasures, Tanah Lot Temple with its stunning ocean views, and Uluwatu Temple with its mesmerising Kecak Dance are all must-see destinations. Tegallalang Rice Terraces, Seminyak’s chic beach scene, and Mount Batur for a sunrise climb are all highly suggested.

How many days are recommended for a Bali trip from India?

The ideal duration for a Bali trip from India is determined by your choices and desired experiences. However, a typical recommendation is to plan a 7 to 10-day stay to properly explore Bali’s numerous attractions. This allows time for leisurely exploration of Ubud’s cultural highlights, beach relaxation on Seminyak’s shores, and outdoor pursuits like trekking Mount Batur or taking in waterfall views.

when is the best time to visit Bali from India?

The best time to visit Bali from India is during the dry season, which lasts from April to October.With little rain and moderate temperatures, this time of year is ideal for outdoor activities, beach vacations, and exploring Bali’s numerous attractions.

What currency used in Bali?

The Indonesian Rupiah (IDR) is the official currency used in Bali and the rest of Indonesia. When you get to Bali, it’s best to convert your money for Indonesian Rupiah at the airport, neighborhood banks, or official currency exchange locations.

Is it necessary to get a visa for Bali from India ?

For temporary visits, holders of Indian passports visiting Bali for tourism are permitted entry into Indonesia without a visa. Indian nationals are granted a 30-day visa-free stay in Indonesia. But visa regulations and entrance criteria are subject to change, so before you book your travel, make sure you get the most recent information.

What should I pack for a Bali trip?

Bali istheideal destination forbringing sandals, swimwear, and light clothing .Itisrecommended to wear protective clothing and sunblock .Add insect repellent, any essential prescriptions, and a basic first aid kit. Remember to pack a power adapter, a waterproof phone case, and travel documentation. Think about packing a beach bag and a daypack for trips. When touring temples, pack a rain jacket and a scarf in case it’s raining. Bring along your credit/debit cards, cash in Indonesian Rupiah, and personal toiletries.

What are the popular water sports in Bali?

In Bali, parasailing, jet skiing, paddleboarding, snorkeling, and scuba diving are among the most popular water activities. Bali is a water enthusiast’s paradise because of the perfect weather that the island’s many coastline areas provide for these kinds of activities.

Is Bali safe for solo travelers?

To Afford travel to Bali from India needs a budget between ₹20,000 and ₹40,000 for airfare. The cost of lodging is between ₹500 to ₹5,000 per night. Transportation may add ₹300 to ₹600 per day, and meal prices might range from ₹200 to ₹500 per day. Budget between ₹1,500 and ₹3,000 per day on average, or between ₹3,000 and ₹7,000 for mid-range travelers. Travelers who want luxury may budget ₹7,000 or more. Actual costs differ according to decisions and travel preferences. Verify currency rates and current prices at all times.

Is travel insurance necessary for a Bali trip?

Getting travel insurance is a must when visiting Bali. The protection afforded is crucial toprevent unexpected expenses, travel delays, lost luggage, flight disruptions and emergency assistance.

What languages are spoken in Bali?

Indonesian is the primary language spoken in Bali. Additionally, English is commonly known, especially in tourist destinations. Furthermore, the local populace uses the indigenous language, Balinese, in religious and cultural contexts.

How is the weather in Bali during the monsoon season?

Bali experiences high humidity and torrential rains during the monsoon season, which runs from December to February. The range of daytime temperatures is 23 to 31 degrees Celsius. Even though there are less tourists and beautiful scenery, heavy rains can occasionally result in flooding and problems with transportation. Rain showers are likely, although the warm tropical weather is still present.

Can I find Indian Cuisine in Bali?

Indeed, Indian cuisine is available in Bali. Popular locations on the island, such as Kuta, Seminyak, and Ubud, include restaurants serving a range of Indian cuisine, including biryanis, curries, and tandoori specialties. Options that are vegan and vegetarian are frequently offered to accommodate a range of tastes.

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Bali Packages from India (All Inclusive Cost, Deals & Itinerary)

Bali Packages from India - All Inclusive Cost, Deals & Itinerary

Bali, an amazing tourism destination, offers its guests with mystical temples, engaging temple ceremonies, breathtaking natural settings, worth noticing cultural and traditional heritage along with adventurous water sports . One of the 17,500 islands across the Indonesian archipelago, Bali is located 8 to 9 degrees south of the equator.

Bali is nothing less than a complete tour package with something to offer everyone, from all age groups and different nationality and tastes. Bali with its pristine beaches surrounded by crystal clear water of Indian Ocean, lush mountains, hillsides and landscapes, breathtaking rice terraces and serene coastlines presents you with a special charm.

No matter what is the purpose of your trip or with who you are travelling, from a romantic trip for honeymoon or beach wedding to a family vacation to a spiritual tour to a trip just for relaxing amidst the natural beauty, Bali won’t disappoint you in any case.

However, to get the most of Bali vacation, you need to be aware of the facilities available there as well as the activities to do and the places to visit. For all this and much more, Samudra Bali , assist you in selecting the best package specially customized as per your needs.

We also provide you with detailed information on the various ready-to-go all-inclusive Bali tour packages with the best price & detail itinerary letting you choose the most suitable one.

Experiences & Activities to do on your Trip to Bali

The island of Bali has not just beaches and romantic sunsets and sunrises to greet you with, waterfalls at Bali also promise a fun filled time. Waterfalls such as Gitgit Falls, Blahmantung Falls, and Singsing Falls present you with a refreshing break in the best way possible with our Bali Tour Packages. Visiting cool pools of Yeh Sanih and soothing hot springs of Banjar is also a good idea.

Bali also has few worth visiting national parks. With our all-inclusive Bali tour packages visit the lush greenery and rich flora and fauna that create a soothing atmosphere to spend some time of yours.

With huge Banyan trees in villages and temple grounds, tamarind trees in the northern region, clove trees covering the highlands and red flame trees, acacias and mangroves in the southern region, Bali presents you with exceptionally green surroundings.

Along with these, a visit to Bali Botanical Gardens introduces you with some exquisite varieties of flora as well. Bali, along with mesmerising natural settings and breathtaking scenic beauty, has places to visit with architectural and cultural significance.

Our Bali holiday packages also take you to museums in the town of Ubud , Sanggraha Kriya Hasta in Denpasar, Taman Wedhi Budaya, Taman Tirta Gangga Water Palace, temple of Batubulan, Pura Jagatnatha, Kertha Gosa, Pura Tirta Empul and many other similar places.

We can also customize your Bali tour packages with water sports options such as snorkelling , diving, surfing, and also island hopping , romantic cruises that add some excitement to your Bali trip. On the other hand, traditional spas and therapies allow you to pamper yourself and rejuvenate amidst the best of natural settings.

Bali has much more than all these to pamper you with. Beautiful natural surroundings, lively and rich culture. luxurious accommodations and soothing spas, exciting sports, etc. are there to greet you with in Bali.

With our specially customized Bali Tour Packages by your side, you can know more about each and every aspect and make your Bali trip a memorable one.

Expert Tips for a Budget Trip to Bali from India (or Anywhere)

Expert Tips for a Budget Trip to Bali from India (or Anywhere)

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This post contains information on how to plan a budget trip to Bali.

Bali is one of the most popular tropical destinations across the world. The fact that Bali has so many beaches, exciting beach clubs, breathtaking rice terraces, and activities lie surfing, diving, and lots more make it a popular destination among all kinds of people. I myself had planned a month-long sojourn in Bali to try and cover as much of the island as I can. Those of you who follow me on Instagram will know that I couldn't complete my trip due to a scooter accident. However, looking at the bright side, I've put together everything I know about how to plan a Bali budget trip into this blog post.

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Budget Trip to Bali

A lot of people going to Bali are looking for cost-saving tips in order to make a budget trip to Bali. Since Bali is a huge island with so much to offer, you need a lot of time to cover most of it. Canggu, Seminyak, Ubud, Uluwatu, and 3 Nusa islands are some of the popular places in Bali. To cover most of Bali, you need to spend at least 10-15 days here minimum. And if you're spending so much time in one place, it's natural that you're looking for cost-saving tips. With this guide on how to make a budget trip to Bali, I hope to help you plan the perfect budget Bali trip for yourself

How to Reach Bali

If you're going to Bali from the US or some places in Europe, you may be able to find a direct flight. However, Air Asia is one of the cheapest and the carrier with most flights to and from cities in Asia. They have lots of flights from Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Bangkok etc to Bali. Thus you can book a flight to one of these cities then take another one to Bali.

How to Reach Bali from India

There are many Indian and foreign airlines operating from India to Kuala Lumpur. At Kuala Lumpur, you can connect to a flight which will take you to Bali. You can even get connecting flights to Bali via Singapore or Thailand from India. I've broken down some of the budget airlines and their pros and cons below.

Air Asia is one of the major airlines operating to and from destinations in Asia. What I like about this airline is that there are many flights operating from multiple cities in India at different times of the day. I had lots of options when it came to choosing the city to fly out of India and the time of the day. One minus point though is that there is no checked luggage included. You will need to purchase that additionally if you wish to carry checked luggage. Other than that, Air Asia operates like any other budget airline I've flown with in India.

Malindo Air

I loved travelling by Malindo Air. There was so much legroom that I wasn't accustomed to seeing on budget airlines. Every seat came with a cute little back pillow . But that wasn't even the best part about travelling to Bali on a Malindo Air flight. There were entertainment units installed which had the latest TV shows and movies. In fact, there were shows for kids and games as well. Another thing I liked was the 15 kg checked baggage that came free with my flight ticket purchase. However, be careful that your checked bag does not weigh more than the permissible weight because the airline charges heavy fees for excess weight. Believe me, I've made the mistake and regret the exorbitant amount I had to pay.

Where to Stay in Bali

Whether you're looking for a short stay or a long term stay, whether you're on a tight budget or willing to splurge, you'll easily find LOTS of options in Bali. Take a look at the kind of stays I booked during my budget trip to Bali.

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Where to stay in Bali during a budget trip to Bali - Hostels

Bali has a lot of hostels with cool amenities. In fact, for most of my Bali trip, I had booked hostels. Each and every one of them came with a pool. How cool is that?! While I was in Canggu I stayed at the Canggu Castle hostel for quite a few days. The lounge and pool area was unlike anything I've ever seen in a  hostel. Plus they had comfy beds, clean rooms and even a nice terrace. This hostel is located in the Berawa Canggu area which is close to a lot of beach clubs and some amazing cafes and restaurants.

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Rent Airbnbs in Bali

Where to stay in Bali during a budget trip to Bali - Airbnbs in Bali

Apart from hostels, I had even booked a few airbnbs to splurge and enjoy a private comfortable stay after a few hectic sightseeing days. Bali has a lot of amazing airbnbs - many of them even come with bathtubs, private pools and swings. The cost of these airbnbs ranges from extremely inexpensive to luxurious rates. There's something for every budget. What I loved about airbnbs in Bali though is that a lot of properties come with pools and nice balconies. Just enter your budget and amenities filters and search for the perfect stay for youself.

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Bali Currency

The Indonesian Rupiah (IDR) which is used in Bali, Indonesia is a weak currency. As of 21 April 2020, 1 Indian rupee (INR) is equivalent to 204 IDR and 1 USD is equivalent to 15682.50 IDR. This gives a slight advantage to anyone making a budget trip to Bali from India or from the US or Europe.

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Where to Eat in Bali During a Bali Budget Trip

Where to eat in Bali during a budget trip to Bali - Local warungs

While there are plenty of cafes and upscale restaurants in Bali, I found that the most cost-effective way to have a good meal was to visit a local warung. Warungs in Bali are small restaurants run by locals. A lot of warungs have a buffet system where you pick dishes you like and only pay for what you eat which can cost as less as IDR 25k (roughly INR 150 or 2 USD). On the other hand, you can even order dishes from a menu. At the local warungs where I ate, I was able to have hearty delicious meals at unbelievably cheap prices. I recommend Warung O-Em-Ge in Canggu for a good nasi goreng.

Getting Around Bali

Uber is an unpopular option in Bali. The taxi unions do not like having outside organisations taking away business. Therefore there's another alternative to Uber in Bali which is called Grab . It works just like any cab-hailing app does. Just download the app, enter your pickup point and your destination and choose the type of ride. Another popular alternative is to book GoJek bikes in Bali. GoJek is an app which you can use to order a 2-wheeler ride at dirt cheap rates. A person on a motorcycle will arrive, hand you a helmet and take you to your destination. Apart from that, you can even hire taxis or rent motorcycles to get around Bali.

Tips for a Bali Budget Trip

Tips for a budget trip to Bali from India

While you can easily plan a budget trip to Bali just because the place offers everything for lesser prices compared to a majority of the world, there are a few tips you can use to ensure your Bali budget trip doesn't exceed the cost you had in mind.

Going from Bali Airport to the City

The Ngurah Rai airport in Bali is located at Denpasar approximately an hour's ride away from popular places like Canggu, Seminyak or Ubud. The ride from the Bali airport to the city centre can cost a lot if you give in to the exorbitant rates of the taxi operators there. The best way to avoid paying a heavy fare price to go from Bali airport to the city is to get out of the airport, cross the road to reach the parking and order a Grab or Bluebird taxi which charge nominal and fair rates. Beware that technically these taxis are banned at the airport but you can find them at the parking lot pick-up point. Read this article for more details, which I found quite helpful.

Beware of Currency Exchange Scams

Budget trip to Bali frfom India - Tips to avoid Bali currency scams

While there are a few popular Bali scams, you need to especially be wary of the currency exchange scam. If you find that you're getting an exchange rate which sounds too good to be true, chances are that it probably is! The way the scam takes place is that some local currency exchange shop will offer you a very good exchange rate. Once you hand over your money, a person sitting behind a counter counts the local currency to give you. Then they hand over the money to you. So what's the catch? After they have counted the money, they drop a few bills without you noticing and then hand over the money to you. So before you exit, count the entire amount handed over to you. If possible, exchange your currency at the airport or inside a bank.

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Know Where to Withdraw Money in Bali

If you go through online forums, you'll come across a lot of people who say that they lost a lot of money after withdrawing money from an atm or they lost money after their card was swallowed by the atm. You can read about these scams in detail by doing a quick search. The way to avoid it is by only using ATMs located inside a bank. Another thing to remember is to never use an ATM inside a convenience store. Those ATMs are almost always rigged to swallow your card and scamming you out off a lot of money which can mess with your budget trip to Bali. Also, remember to always cover the keypad with your hand while entering your pin in the ATM machine and only use an ATM inside a bank .

Buy a Local Sim Card upon Arrival

Having a local sim card can benefit you in many ways. Firstly, you won't have to struggle to find wifi. Secondly, you can easily use Grab, Bluebird or GoJek to book cheap rides at your convenience anytime anywhere. Thirdly, you need not worry about excess data charges if you use your home country's sim card abroad in Bali. I bought a sim card upon arrival at Bali airport. Take a look at this article to navigate the Bali airport arrivals and for a few handy tips.

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Shopping in Bali

No trip to Bali is complete without a little shopping or maybe lots of shopping. There are plenty of nice stores in Canggu and Seminyak as well as some markets such as Love Anchor that are set up to sell products. On the other hand, you'll find a large market in Ubud at all times. Haggling is common in Bali but the best way to enjoy a shopping spree in Bali without breaking the bank is by going early in the morning. The Balinese believe the first sale of the day to be auspicious. So show up in the morning, buy all your products from the same shop and negotiate a fair price.

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The Ultimate Guide: How to Plan a Budget Bali Trip from India

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Planning a trip to the beautiful island of Bali from India? Dreaming of pristine beaches, verdant landscapes, and the calming spirituality of the island, but worried about costs? Well, you’re in the right place! This comprehensive guide will give you everything you need to plan a budget trip to Bali, ensuring you have an unforgettable experience without burning a hole in your pocket.

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Understanding the Cost Factors

Before we dive into the planning process, let’s discuss the key cost factors you’ll need to consider.

The airfare from India to Bali is a significant part of the budget. Depending on the time of booking, the airline you choose, and the flight’s route, prices can vary greatly.

Here’s a list of airlines that frequently operate flights from major Indian cities to Denpasar, Bali, along with approximate prices for a round-trip ticket:

  • AirAsia : One of the most budget-friendly options, AirAsia, offers flights from cities like Delhi and Mumbai to Bali. The prices typically range from INR 20,000 to INR 30,000, depending on the time of booking and season.
  • Malindo Air : This airline provides a good balance between cost and comfort, with fares typically ranging from INR 22,000 to INR 35,000.
  • Garuda Indonesia : As the national carrier of Indonesia, Garuda operates regular flights to Bali, offering a more premium experience. Prices usually fall within INR 35,000 to INR 45,000.
  • Singapore Airlines : With a layover in Singapore, this airline offers excellent service, but it comes with a heftier price tag. Expect to pay between INR 40,000 and INR 50,000 for a round trip.
  • Malaysia Airlines : Another option with a layover, this time in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Airlines’ fares typically range between INR 25,000 and INR 40,000.

Please note that these prices are approximate and can vary based on when and where you book, how far in advance you book, and the time of year you plan to travel. It’s also important to consider that additional charges may apply for baggage and in-flight amenities. Always compare flight prices from different airlines and booking platforms to secure the best deal.


Bali offers a wide range of accommodation options, from budget hostels to luxury resorts. The choice of accommodation significantly impacts your overall budget.

Budget Accommodation

Budget travellers and solo adventurers often choose hostels for their affordability and social atmosphere. Most hostels offer dormitory-style rooms with shared bathrooms, but some also have private rooms. A night at a hostel in Bali typically ranges from INR 500 to INR 1,500.

Some popular budget hostels include:

  • Puri Garden Hotel & Hostel in Ubud : Known for its excellent location and services, including yoga classes and a swimming pool.
  • The Farm Hostel in Canggu : Perfect for surfers and digital nomads, it offers spacious dorms and a tranquil environment.


Guesthouses, also known as ‘homestays,’ are another budget-friendly option. These family-run establishments offer a warm, homely experience, typically with private rooms and en-suite bathrooms. Prices per night usually range from INR 1,000 to INR 3,000.

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Mid-Range Accommodation

Boutique hotels and b&bs.

For those seeking more privacy and amenities without breaking the bank, boutique hotels and B&Bs are excellent choices. These establishments offer personalised services and unique decors. Prices generally range from INR 3,000 to INR 7,000 per night.

  • Tegal Sari in Ubud : Surrounded by lush rice fields, this hotel offers beautiful wooden cottages.
  • Ananda Cottage also in Ubud : Featuring Balinese-style rooms, three swimming pools, and yoga classes.

Luxury Accommodation

Resorts and villas.

Bali is renowned for its luxury resorts and private villas, particularly in areas like Seminyak and Nusa Dua. With prices typically starting at INR 10,000 per night, these accommodations offer world-class services, private pools, spas, fine dining options, and stunning views.

  • Four Seasons Resort at Jimbaran Bay : Offering luxurious villas, each with a private pool.
  • The Mulia in Nusa Dua : Known for its impressive beachfront pools and stylish rooms.

Remember, prices can vary significantly depending on the season, location, and booking platform. Always compare prices and check guest reviews before booking. Consider the proximity to the attractions you plan to visit, availability of public transportation, and the type of neighbourhood when choosing your accommodation.

Other Important Factor of Bali Budget Trip

Food and drink.

Bali is known for its delicious cuisine, with options to fit every budget. Whether you’re enjoying street food or fine dining, the cost of meals can add up.

Local Transportation

Getting around Bali involves costs, whether you’re hiring a driver, renting a scooter, or using public transportation.

Sightseeing and Activities

Entrance fees to temples, parks, and attractions, as well as the cost of activities like surfing lessons or spa treatments, need to be considered in your budget.

Detailed Planning Steps

Now, let’s explore the step-by-step guide to plan your budget trip to Bali.

Bali boasts a tropical climate, making it a year-round destination. However, to maximize savings and avoid crowds, consider visiting during the shoulder seasons – April to June and September to October. Not only will you enjoy pleasant weather, but you’ll also find lower prices on accommodation and flights.

Look for the best deals on flights at least two to three months before your travel dates. Booking well in advance will significantly reduce your costs. Airlines like AirAsia and Malindo Air often have reasonably priced flights from major Indian cities to Denpasar, Bali’s capital.

Great news for Indian passport holders – Indonesia offers a free 30-day visa on arrival for Indian citizens. Ensure your passport is valid for at least six months from your arrival date in Bali.

Bali offers an array of budget-friendly accommodation options, ranging from hostels to guest houses and budget hotels. Regions like Kuta, Seminyak, and Ubud are popular among tourists, providing affordable lodging options. Always compare prices on different platforms and consider booking directly through the hotel’s website as they often have exclusive discounts.

Getting Around

One of the most cost-effective and fun ways to get around Bali is by renting a scooter, which usually costs around INR 400-500 per day. Alternatively, you can also use local transport like Bemos or hire a private driver for full-day tours. Remember to negotiate prices beforehand to avoid overpaying.

Eating in Bali can be a delightful, yet budget-friendly experience. Look for local Warungs (small family-owned restaurants) that serve delicious Balinese cuisine at very affordable prices. You can enjoy a hearty meal for as low as INR 100-150. However, make sure to drink bottled water to avoid any health issues.

Activities and Sightseeing

Plan your itinerary in a way that you visit multiple attractions within the same area on the same day to save on transport costs. Admission fees for most temples and attractions in Bali are quite affordable (ranging from INR 200-500). However, if you’re a fan of water sports or plan on taking surfing lessons, be sure to negotiate for the best prices.

While shopping in Bali can be tempting, it’s essential to stick to your budget. Bali’s markets are famous for their bargaining culture, so don’t hesitate to negotiate prices for souvenirs, clothing, or handicrafts. Also, consider purchasing local SIM cards for data and communication as they are quite cheap and efficient.

Health and Safety

Travel insurance is a must. It might seem like an unnecessary expense, but it is crucial for unforeseen circumstances. Also, keep a small first-aid kit handy and follow general safety measures.

Money Saving Tips for Bali Trip

Travel during off-peak season.

Travelling during the off-peak season can significantly reduce airfare and accommodation costs.

Opt for Local Cuisine

Local food is often cheaper and gives you an authentic taste of Balinese culture.

Use Public Transport

Using public transport or renting a bike can be more economical than hiring a private cab.

Planning a budget trip to Bali from India is indeed possible with a little bit of careful planning. By considering the various cost factors and utilizing our step-by-step guide, you’ll be well on your way to an unforgettable and affordable Bali adventure.

What is the best time to visit Bali?

Off-peak season (April, May, June and September) is the best time for a budget trip.

Is Bali safe for tourists?

Yes, Bali is generally safe for tourists, but like any destination, it’s important to take the usual travel precautions.

Can I use credit cards in Bali?

Credit cards are widely accepted in Bali, especially in tourist areas. However, it’s advisable to carry some cash for small vendors.

What is the local currency in Bali?

The local currency in Bali is the Indonesian Rupiah (IDR).

Are there vegetarian food options available in Bali?

Yes, Bali offers a range of vegetarian and vegan-friendly food options.

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When you think of swing, rice terrains, coffee plantations, fire dances, active volcanoes, and mountains, you're picturing the perfect holiday destination, right? That's Bali, a place loved by all. If you're considering a trip to Bali, trust Dimaak Tours to plan your island paradise, i.e., the Bali Tour Package from India, which will ensure you receive the full blessings of Bali.

Bali-The Beautiful Excursion

It is a destination filled with endless wonders. Bali is part of the Indonesian archipelago, which provides ample explorative places for its guests. Balinese culture and lifestyle have always appealed to guests and have continued to do so. Each natural beauty has its charm—whether the spiritual Bali or the adventurous one, each part of the island has its unique experience.

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All you have to do is name the iconic landmarks in Bali and check your answers given in the Bali Sightseeing for Indians section. So name it, and we will curate your personalized tour package from India to Bali.

  • A gate consisting of two towers looking up into the clouds, surrounded by mountains and greenery. What else does a heart want?
  • The canvas on which the sky paints its color, the temple throws its reflection and the tiered tower appears upside down.
  • A sea temple situated on the top of a rock, surrounded by water offering the best sunset.
  • An ancient Hindu temple located on a cliff, hosts traditional Balinese Fire Dance.
  • The Sacred Water Palace, located in the eastern part of Bali.
  • Most popular trekking destinations on the island with active Volcanoes.
  • A Hindu temple surrounded by gardens and rice farms. Located in Badung Regency.
  • Located in Bisbis Hill, Offers a view of Mount Agung It is also a Hindu temple Also known as Gates of Heaven
  • A place where you can experience the thrill of swinging through lush jungle landscapes
  • An artificial land crafted using a centuries-old irrigation system.

Best Time to Visit Bali from India

Favorable weather conditions make the holiday season unique. Each destination has its weather, which makes the vacation even more memorable.

The ideal time to visit Bali from India is between April and October. The weather will be a little dry with low humidity during these months. It is the best time to take a Bali holiday package, which consists of outdoor activities like temple hopping, water sports and adventures, and hiking through rice terraces and mountains in Bali.

July and August are the peak tourist season, as many traditional festivals and ceremonies take place during these months, such as:

  • Galungan and Kuningan: According to the Balinese Hindu calendar, Galungan and Kuningan festivals celebrate the victory of Dharma (good) over Adharma (evil).
  • Kecak Fire Dance: It is a Balinese dance performance that depicts scenes from the Ramayana epic, including the battle between Rama (Hindu God) and the evil king Ravana.
  • Usaba Kasa: It is also known as the 'Floating Temple Ceremony,' where villagers celebrate with miniature boats made from coconut leaves and flowers for prosperity and protection from the sea gods.
  • Nusa Penida Festival: This annual cultural event, held on the island of Nusa Penida, celebrates exceptional traditions, the arts, customary dance exhibitions, music shows, craftsmanship presentations, and culinary enjoyment.

How to Reach Bali from India

For those traveling to Bali from India, cities such as Bengaluru, Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai and Kolkata offer flights to Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS) in Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia.

IndiGo Airlines offers direct flights from Bangalore, India to Bali.

Conversely, Singapore Airlines, Malaysia Airlines, Thai Airways, and AirAsia offer connecting flights to Denpasar from various Indian cities and are the cheapest way to reach Bali from India.

The average travel time from India to Bali is around 8 hours.

The layover time is between 2 to 25+ hours.

Tips for Cheaper Flights:

  • Book in Advance: Booking a few months in advance gives you a cheaper flight to Bali, Indonesia.
  • Sign Up for Alerts: Receive notifications from various airlines and websites to learn about price drops and get reasonable offers.
  • Consider Budget Airlines: Low-cost airlines usually charge less than high-cost airlines. So, if you are looking for cheaper flights, go for low-cost airlines.
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  • Consider Alternate Airports: Taking flights with layovers is cheaper than taking direct flights.

Visa and Currency - You Must Know

Indians traveling to Bali have two options for a Visa: a Visa on Arrival or an eVisa.

Visa on Arrival: A visa-on-arrival facility is available for Indians. After reaching Bali, you must pay a visa fee of around 3000 INR. You can pay the visa fee in dollars or by international debit or credit card. You will get a 30-day tourist visa that is later extendable.

E-Visa: You can also opt for a eVisa. Visit this official website to get your e-visa beforehand.

Tourist Levy Fee: You should also pay a fee of approximately Rs.900 (INR).

Things to Note:

  • Visa regulations and requirements change over time. Before your trip, you must always check with the Indonesian embassy or visit the official website for updated visa information.
  • Booking a return flight and accommodation is mandatory before coming to Bali.
  • Custom Declaration is mandatory before leaving the airport.

Indonesian Rupiah (IDR) is Bali's official currency.

(Rs.1 = 191 IDR) is the rough estimation based on the April 2024 currency exchange rate.

Though Indian currency exchange counters are available in Bali airports, tourist spots, banks and ATMs, it is difficult to exchange INR in airports.

Credit cards are widely accepted in popular tourist areas, but carrying cash in case of emergency is equally important.

Tips for INR Exchange:

  • Currency exchange counters in the airport do not accept Indian Rupees. So, carry US dollars or euros, which are easily accepted at the airport.
  • Remember that exchange rates and fees may apply when exchanging INR or using your card abroad. Compare exchange counters or bank rates to ensure you get the best deal.
  • Small shops and street vendors in local markets may only accept cash. So, keep the cash ready with you.

Places to Stay in Bali

Kuta, Seminyak, Ubud and Nusa Penida are the best places to stay in Bali. Let's learn about each place to decide which suits your taste and which one to choose for accommodation given in Bali Travel Packages.

Sophisticated Living in Seminyak

Seminyak is a beach town located on the southern coast of Bali. You get all luxurious villas, bouquet hotels, and stylish resorts with all amenities. If you love cosmopolitan vibes, Seminyak is the best place to stay. As it is a beach town, there are beaches with soft white sand, which are good for sunbathing. Shopping in Seminyak is good as you can get everything in this market, from designer-branded things to local handicrafts and souvenir shops. Seminyak has some of the best restaurants serving all cuisines of the world. So, planning your stay in Seminyak will be a fun-filled experience.

Vibrant Living in Kuta

Kuta is a lively city where accommodation of all types, from cheap hotels to expensive resorts, is available in Bali. Legian Street and Poppies Lane are popular places in Kuta. If you love surfing and want to learn, it is a good place to learn and enjoy surfing. You will also find beachwear, souvenirs, artwork and local crafts here. Nightlife in Kuta is vibrant, as numerous bars and nightclubs offer DJs and live music all night until morning. Kuta will not break your wallet, as everything here is budget-friendly. So, if you plan to cut off on accommodation a little, Kuta has your back.

Solitude Living Amidst Nature in Ubud.

Ubud is the cultural town of Bali. It is situated amidst a rainforest and rice terraces. Eco-friendly resorts, boutique guesthouses, and wellness retreats can be found in Ubud. The paddy fields and the rice terraces are UNESCO World Heritage sites. Cultural and traditional art, such as wood carving and painting, is kept alive in Ubud. Many meditation centers and yoga retreats are there in Ubud. Many Balinese architecture-related temples and hidden waterfalls like the Tegenunga waterfall can be found here. So, if you are looking for a peaceful and spiritual experience in Bali, visit Ubud.

Relaxing Stay in Nusa Penida

Nusa Penida, a small island southeast of Bali, is known for its hidden beaches, cliffs and crystal-clear water. If you want a relaxing vacation on a secluded island where you can enjoy beautiful views, beachside massages and sunbathing, then Nusa Penida is the place to go. Many resorts offer private beaches, spa facilities, and championship golf courses to enjoy your leisure holiday. Whether arranging a heartfelt escape, a family getaway, or an extravagant retreat, Nusa Penida gives you a tranquil break from the crowd of daily existence.

Best Bali Sightseeing for Indians

Did you guess the iconic landmarks correctly? We know travel enthusiasts must have guessed it right. So, let's learn more about these places to visit in Bali.

  • Bedugul Handara Gate: Would you believe me if I said this gate is the entrance of Handara Golf and Resort Bali? Yes, it is. You can visit this picturesque spot for photos even if you are not a golf enthusiast. This tall gate, with its intricate carvings, reflects Balinese architecture, and it is the most loved Instagrammable spot in Bali. Do you know what makes this spot more beautiful? It’s the backdrop of mountains in the central highland.
  • Ulun Danu Bratan: This UNESCO World Heritage Site is a Hindu temple on the serene shores of Lake Bratan. It is also known as Pura Ulun Danu Bratan and is dedicated to Dewi Danu (Goddess of Water). There are not just one, two or three temples; there are nine shrines amidst gardens and forests. It is considered as the most sacred temple in Bali.

[Note: Dressing modestly is expected from international tourists inside the temple premises]

  • Tana Lot: Just imagine standing or sitting on a rock, getting the spiritual vibe and watching the sun go down. Isn't it the most beautiful sight? "Tanah Lot" refers to "Land in the Sea" in the Balinese. It is an ancient Hindu temple in a rock formation in the middle of the sea. Looking straight at the horizon during sunset is enough to make your day. This iconic spot is recommended during sunset because of the colorful sky, which adds the cherry on top to its beauty.
  • Uluwatu Temple: "Ulu" means “end of land," and "watu" means "rock" in the Balinese language. It is also known as Pura Luhur Uluwatu, which is dedicated to Sang Hyang Widhi Wasa in his manifestation as Rudra. It is 70 meters above the Indian Ocean. The most fascinating thing about this temple is that the Kecak Dance performance, based on the Ramayana, is performed here in Uluwatu temple from 6 pm.
  • Tirta Gangga: Indians are very familiar with the Ganga River. It is believed that one dive in the Ganga will remove all sins of people. Similarly, in Bali, Tirta Gangga refers to the holy water of the Ganges. It is a sacred water palace with many fountains, statues and pools. Also, this water palace has an 11-tiered fountain that cascades into a bathing pool. A small temple on the grounds is called the Patirthan temple. In Tirta Gangga, one can even swim in the bathing pool.
  • Mount Batur is a 1,717-meter-tall stratovolcano. Located at the center of two concentric calderas.
  • Taman Ayun Temple - Pura Taman Ayun means “Beautiful Garden Temple" . It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Mengwi, Bali, Indonesia. The temple is surrounded by greenery and ponds. Jaba, the outer courtyard, is accessible to non-Hindus, while the inner temple is for only Hindus.
  • Lempuyang Temple: The full name of this temple is Pura Penataran Agung Lempuyang. It is one of the oldest temples on the island, 1,175 meters above sea level, making it quite a climb for visitors. Lempuyang Temple is known more because of the most popular spot, The Gates of Heaven, which has intricate carvings and towering statues of mythical creatures. When framed correctly in a photo, it creates an optical illusion where Mount Agung, Bali's most iconic volcano, appears directly behind the gates. This is why it's called the Gates of Heaven.
  • Bali Swing: The original Bali Swing is located in Gianyar Regency. It reaches heights of up to 78 meters above the ground. You can explore the amazing views of rice paddies and greenery. Aloha Ubud Swing, Alas Harum Swing, and Tegalalang Rice Terrace Swing are popular swings in different locations.
  • Tegalalang Rice Terrace is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Bali. Its lush green rice paddies just fill your heart. The centuries-old irrigation system is known as "Subak." It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You can visit the local villages nearby to learn about this Subak system. Take your time and find the perfect spot to capture the beauty of the terraces.

10 Unique Things to Do in Bali

List a few of the best things to do in Bali , Indonesia, to tune in to the rhythm of Balinese life.

  • Bali Swing: When we think of Bali, the first visual that comes to mind is the Bali Swing. A swing ride blesses your eyes with captivating views of the rice terraces. The original Bali Swing is situated in the village of Bongakasa, Ubud. You get over 15 swings ranging from simple to wooden and heart-shaped swings.
  • Bubble Hotel: This is another unique thing to do in Ubud. The transparent bubble-like hotels give you the best night sky view, allowing you to enjoy your sleep under the sky. You can find it in the Gianyar Regency Area, Ubud. It lets you live your childhood dream of playing with a water bubble and getting inside.
  • Hike in Mount Batur: To enjoy the breathtaking sunrise view, trekking to Mount Batur is recommended. It is an active volcano site; a hike might be challenging but surely will reward your soul.
  • Day Beach Clubs are a must-do in Bali. They offer infinity pools overlooking oceans or rice terraces. Depending on the cost of entry, food, and drinks, day beach clubs can be affordable or expensive. You also get a variety of ambiances and can pick the one that suits your taste.
  • Swim with Manta Rays: Don't miss the chance to swim, dive, or snorkel with Manta Rays. They are beautiful gigantic creatures and are friendly to humans. So, it is absolutely safe to swim with them. Two of the major places to swim with Manta Rays are Manta Point and Manta Bay in Nusa Penida.
  • Monkey Selfie Point in Bali: Mandala Suci Wenara Wana, or Ubud's Monkey Forest, is a major tourist attraction in Bali where thousands of tourists visit, feed and take selfies with monkeys.
  • Batik Workshop: Batik is a traditional art form and technique that uses canting. It originated on the island of Java, Indonesia. Batik is known for its beautiful and intricate patterns using vibrant colors. In the Batik Workshops, you learn to use a canting, a traditional pen-like tool used to design batik tulis or "handwritten" batik.
  • Underwater Buddha Statue at Tulamben: Not just land in Bali, but also the underwater sites have some unique things to offer. The Underwater Buddha Statue is one of the most remarkable features of The Liberty Wreck dive site, and it is a great place to take photos. This site has a unique history of its own. Due to a landslide in Mount Agung in 1963, the buildings and statues have jostled inside water.
  • Goa Gajah, also known as the Elephant Caves, is located in Ubud. Its intricate carvings and sculptures are assumed to have been made in the 11th century and were built for the meditation of Hindu hermits.
  • Visit Celuk Art Village: When you are in Bali, visiting Celuk Silver Village is a must. It is the only silversmith village in Indonesia. Watching the skilled artisans craft the silver ornament and learning the Celuk art is a blessing. You can even make your own souvenirs for your loved ones.

Must Try Balinese Cuisine

Balinese cooking is based on a perfect blend of aromatic spices, fresh herbs, and tropical ingredients. It is influenced by Indonesian, Indian, Chinese, and other Southeast Asian cuisines. Common ingredients include turmeric, ginger, lemongrass, galangal, coriander, and chili peppers. "Bumbu" is a spice paste used as a base for many dishes.

Rice is a staple, often served with a variety of side dishes. Other common ingredients include fish, chicken, pork, and vegetables like cassava, beans, and soy products. Bali has options for both vegetarian and non-vegetarian guests. Vegetarian, you will get healthy vegetable salads. Also, the vegetarian full-course meal is nutritious, consisting of steamed rice with fried tofu, tempeh, and vegetables. Veg side dishes usually have grated coconut in them, making them delicious.

Regarding non-vegetarian dishes, Satay, skewered and grilled meat (usually chicken, beef, or pork), are considered the best foods in Bali. It is made with various spices and is always served with peanut sauce and rice cakes. Sambal, a spicy chili paste, is a condiment frequently served with Balinese meals.

Desserts like Bubur Sumsum, a creamy rice porridge with coconut milk and palm sugar syrup, provide a satisfying conclusion to any meal.

Balinese Veg Dishes

  • Nasi Campur
  • Jajanan Pasaran

Balinese Non-Vegetarian Dishes

  • Bebek Betutu
  • Babi Guling

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Dimaak Tours is looking forward to welcoming you on a Bali Tour. Whether you are looking for a Bali Family Tour, group tour, or Bali honeymoon tour package, we have you covered. Whatever your choice, a cultural exploration, spiritual quest, holiday relaxation or adventure, we have tailor-made itineraries. Our team of Bali travel planners is waiting to curate the best itineraries to ensure your dream turns into reality with the cheapest Bali Tour Package price starting at Rs. 20,299. In our Bali tours and packages, you get the benefits of airport and sightseeing transfers, accommodation provided with breakfast, guided tours and activities (as per your chosen itinerary), and entry fees for popular sightseeing. So, are you ready to make your dream come true in Bali with the unmatched market value? If so, then contact our travel planners and get your itinerary ready.

Bali is a timeless gem among travel destinations. Experience the rhythm of Balinese culture, history, art and life. Bali promises to fulfill every traveler's dream. Bali is the most inviting place to create moments that become a beautiful forever memory. But not just memories—discovering Bali is a transformative journey of self. So, don't wait any longer! Start planning your dream escape today and pick your luxury Bali Package from Dimaak Tours

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Tanah Lot Temple

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Uluwatu Temple

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Ubud Monkey Forest

Ubud Monkey Forest

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Bali Bird Park

Tukad Cepung Waterfall

Tukad Cepung Waterfall

Lempuyang Temple

Lempuyang Temple

Kecak Dance

Kecak Dance

Nusa Penida Island

Nusa Penida Island

Garuda Wisnu Kencana

Garuda Wisnu Kencana

Tirta Gangga Place

Tirta Gangga Place

Muck Diving at Padang Bai

Muck Diving at Padang Bai

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Sea Walking


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Banana Boat Ride

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Swimming With the Sharks

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Breakfast with Orangutans

Breakfast with Orangutans

Sukawati Art Market

Sukawati Art Market

Turtle Sanctuary

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Thanks to *Dimaaktour* and especially *Raj* for organising a wonderful trip to Bali. Itinerary was prepared as per our requirements and everything was taken care by the team from accommodation, transportation and entry tickets in few places as mentioned. Our tour guide was very friendly and very supportive. He took us to all the places on the list. Had very good experience overall and the *Dimaaktour* team contacted me regularly before the trip and also during the trip to make sure everything was okay. Once again I thank *Raj* for preparing the itinerary. Highly recommend for all tour planning.


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I was extremely satisfied with Dimaak Tours. Mr. Raj, the senior Travel Consultant, has proven to be very courteous and helpful from the very beginning, trying to organize at the best our Honeymoon trip to Bali in the five days available. our wonderful tour guide, and driver. Our tour guide who named mini & deva was really patient and understand that people from different cultures and background would extra time to absorb all information about all places. The guides and drivers are very professional and friendly, the accommodations simply superb. I highly recommend it; Mr Raj will turn your trip into an unforgettable experience!


We enjoyed a fantastic trip to Bali thanks to Dimaak Tours. Subash cleared up all of my concerns before my trip, and the crew was continually in touch when we were in Bali.


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What is the best time to visit Bali?

Best time : March to October.

VISA, Currency, Indian Food?

  • On arrival visa - approx. $35 USD per person.
  • Currency - You can carry USD and exchange to IDR at Bali Airport.
  • You can carry $500 USD per couple.
  • Lot of Indian restaurants available for Lunch and Dinner.

What’s the average cost of a Bali trip?

  • Flights - 40K per person round trip
  • Hotels, Sightseeing & transfers - 4N/5D - 25K per person
  • VISA - 3K per person
  • Lunch & Dinner - 1K per person per day

Popular Activities & Must-visit places in Bali?

  • VISA - 3K per person Lunch & Dinner - 1K per person per day
  • Must see places - Uluwatu temple, Tanah lot, Ulun Danu, Monkey forest, Beaches of Kuta.

Is it safe for Solo travellers?

Bali is generally considered safe for solo travelers. Exercise common sense, be cautious with belongings, and follow local advice. The Balinese people are known for their friendliness

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Planning a Trip to Bali? Here’s How Much It Will Cost From India

Are you dreaming of a holiday in Bali? Whether you’re looking for a beach holiday, a cultural exploration, or a spiritual journey, this Indonesian island offers something for everyone. With its stunning natural beauty, friendly people, and fantastic food, it’s no surprise that Bali is one of the world’s most popular tourist destinations. But how much does a trip to Bali cost from India?

The cost of a trip to Bali from India depends on many factors, such as the time of year, the length of stay, the type of accommodation, and the cost of activities. Generally speaking, budget travellers can expect to spend around $50-$70 USD per day, while those looking for a more luxurious experience can spend up to $250 per day.

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The most significant expense is usually the plane ticket. A return flight from India to Bali typically costs around $400-$500 USD. It is possible to find cheaper tickets, but they may involve long layovers or inconvenient flight times. Additionally, if you plan to stay longer than 30 days, you may need to apply for a visa in advance.

Accommodation is another major expense. Bali boasts a wide range of accommodation options, from budget guesthouses to luxury resorts. Budget travellers can expect to spend around $25-$40 USD per night for a basic room. On the other hand, those looking for a more luxurious experience can expect to pay around $100-$200 USD per night for a mid-range hotel or resort.

Food is another major expense. Bali is home to a variety of delicious and affordable cuisine, from traditional Indonesian dishes to Western-style meals. Budget travellers can expect to spend around $5-$10 USD per day on food, while those looking for a more luxurious experience can spend up to $20-$30 USD per day.

Finally, activities are an important part of any trip to Bali. Activities such as surfing, diving, and snorkelling typically cost around $20-$30 USD per day. Tours and day trips can cost anywhere from $30-$80 USD per day, depending on the activity and length of the tour.

In conclusion, a trip to Bali from India can cost anywhere from $400-$500 USD for the plane ticket alone, plus additional costs for accommodation, food, and activities. Budget travellers can expect to spend around $50-$70 USD per day, while those looking for a more luxurious experience can spend up to $250 per day.

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We help you prepare for your trip and ensure an effortless and enjoyable travel experience.

What are the beautiful places to visit in Bali?

Popularly known as the Island of Gods, Bali is one of the most quintessential tropical paradises in Indonesia, full of amazing places to check out. Some of the most beautiful places that you can include in your Bali packages include are Ubud, Seminyak, Tanah Lot, Kuta Beach, Mount Batur, Lovina Beach, etc. You can explore the various Bali packages available at Veena World and choose one based on the attractions covered under it for a perfect vacation in Bali. 

Is Bali safe for travelling alone?

Yes. Bali is one of the safest cities in Indonesia and it is definitely worth planning a trip to Bali if you are travelling alone. You can book a solo Bali tour package with Veena World, where you not only get an all-inclusive, worry-free trip, but you can also rest assured about the safety factor. When you book a Bali tour package with Veena World, you get the assurance of 24*7 support in case of any emergency throughout your trip. If you have a query or doubt, are facing an issue, or require assistance, you can contact us at any time and we will be happy to assist you with anything.

How many days are enough for Bali?

Ideally, 5-day holiday packages to Bali offer enough time to explore some of the best places at the destination. In 5 days, you can cover all of Bali’s popular spots. You can visit the iconic Tanha Lot Temple, enjoy the scenic views from Kintamani, explore the Bali Safari and Marine Park, visit the Elephant cave at Goa Gajah, shop your heart out at Ubud Art Market, and much more with complete ease. The Island of the Gods has something to offer for everyone, and if you can spare a few more days, you can consider booking Bali holiday packages that also include some other nearby Indonesian cities in the plan.

When should I avoid Bali?

Bali is a year-round destination. The place has a warm, tropical climate all year round, which means that humidity and precipitation are the only patterns that really change with the seasons. If you want to avoid the crowds and want to explore the best places in Bali with ease, you can avoid visiting Bali during the December holidays. You can, instead, book Bali tour packages from India at any time during the shoulder months, like May, June, or September to avoid the rains and the crowds.

What is the best time to travel to Bali?

Bali is a year-round destination, so you can book your Bali tourism package from India for any time of the year. However, the dry season, which starts in April and lasts till October, is generally considered to be the best time for indulging in all kinds of adventurous activities that Bali has to offer. The rainy season on the other hand (November-March) is not suitable for water activities, but does come with a unique, rain-washed appeal that enhances the beauty of Bali. Based on the kind of vacation you want to plan you can book your Bali tourism package from India with Veena World with ease.

Do you provide Customised Holidays to Bali?

Yes. With Veena World, you can travel to Bali with a package that is completely personalised to suit your preferences. Veena World’s Customised Holidays offer you complete freedom and flexibility to plan your vacation the way you want. you can choose all important aspects of the trip, like the duration, type of accommodation you wish to book, meal preferences, day-to-day itineraries, and a lot more.

Is a group tour a good option for travelling to Bali?

Yes. Booking a group tour package to Bali, Indonesia is a great option. Travelling with other like-minded people gives you a chance to explore a new place in a completely different way while enjoying your trip to the fullest. You can learn a lot of new things about the place you are travelling to and about the people you are travelling with. At Veena World, you can explore a wide range of group tours to choose the one that suits your preferences and travel plans best. With Veena World’s group tours, you also have the assurance of 24x7 support through your tour manager, who will be happy to assist you in case of any emergency, if you are facing any issue, or even if you have a query, at any time during the trip.

Do Indian need a passport to travel to Bali?

Yes. Indians travelling to Bali must have valid passports. Additionally, the passport must also be valid for a minimum of 6 months after the planned date of return from Bali, which is something you must ensure at the time of booking Bali holiday packages from India. However, Indonesia is a visa-free country for Indians, which means that you do not require a visa to visit the country for a 30-day period. All you need are a valid passport, return tickets, and proof of sufficient funds for the stay, and you can simply get a visa exemption stamp from the immigration counter to visit Bali. For visits for up to 60 days, Indians need to get a visa on arrival after landing.

Which is the best area in Bali to stay in?

There are plenty of good areas that you can choose to stay in on your Bali vacation tour, the two most popular of them being Ubud and Seminyak. Ubud is a peaceful town that houses ancient temples with intricate carvings and offers peaceful stay options for visitors. Seminyak, on the other hand, is a more happening place with several beach resorts, villas, and clubs. All areas in Bali have their own charm to offer, so depending on whether you are looking for a relaxing vacation or a happening one, you can book your Bali vacation tour with your choice of accommodation.

What are the best outdoor activities in Bali?

Being a destination replete with natural vistas, it goes without saying that Bali also has a number of amazing outdoor activities on offer. You can get some amazing Bali holiday package deals for the best of activities at Veena World. You can try your hand at water activities like snorkelling, parasailing, banana boat rides, swimming with sharks, white water river rafting, surfing, canyon tubing, flying fish, underwater scooter rides, and much more. Other adventure activities that you can try are flyboarding, cliff jumping, ATV rides, jet packing, paragliding, trekking, hiking, the Bali Swing, dirt biking, cycling tours, etc.

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The clean turquoise water and the breath-taking marine life makes it one of the best destinations for leisure which can be explored along with our Bali vacation tours. With beautiful mornings and picturesque nights, this land is truly an untapped surprise. The shades of dusks and dawns of this land are remarkably like a painting. Bali is not only about the spellbinding nature and adventurous land, but also about the essentially intriguing lifestyle, which shows contentment and fulfilment of life. Travelling with any of our Bali holiday packages from India available online, literally draws your attention away from the fast paced life which seems like a rat race sometimes, only to relax, breathe and realise the true nature of life amidst Mother Earth’s embrace. While hunting for the best Bali honeymoon packages from India, the urge of adventure easily seeps into the heart. Enchanted with beautiful arrays of shades, spreading across the variant natural bounty, Bali is an island leisure vacation every traveller dreams along with our Bali tour packages! Escape time and the fast paced life to the island of perfect dreamy holidays! These dreamy islands are blessed with a heavenly climate that soothes the body completely and can be experienced along with our Bali holiday packages. Shimmering beaches, turquoise waters and scenic landscapes make the islands a perfect reason to hunt for Bali tour packages! Here at Veena World, we offer the amalgamation of the islands’ unique experiences into carefully crafted Bali holiday packages. The picturesque island is a favourite destination for honeymooners! If you’re looking for a perfect getaway with your better half to begin your new journey, then our Bali honeymoon packages from India await to surprise you. The true feels of these islands lift up the spirit of love between you and your partner. A heart-warming symphony awaits to give you all that with a perfect Bali honeymoon packages which can be selected from our specially crafted itinerary options. Your choice stands as our priority, may it be for adventure or for leisure, for some special reason like honeymoon or just a short escape travel, for a desire to travel alone or with family and all of it is made possible with Veena World!

Its rich culture and relaxed tropical islands make our Bali honeymoon packages from India, a favourite choice of honeymooners. This island, known for being a perfect getaway, has so much to offer! This land will surely spellbind you with its remarkable scenery and iconic natural significances. Veena World has a focus of innovating and building unrivalled Bali travel packages from India available online. We bring together everything best available, for a one of a kind memory and travel story that can be shared with your loved ones. The idea of travel, explore and celebrate is reflected in every tour that we undertake to Bali – The Island of Gods!

The Geography and Seasons

Bali tour packages from India take you to a whole new destination of completely different experiences. The geographical location of Bali, blesses it with a perfect climate for your honeymoon which can be experienced along with our Bali holiday packages for couples available online. This Indonesian island is a favourite tourist destination and is popularly known for its natural attractions, perfect climate and relaxed atmosphere. It is located at the westernmost end of the Lesser Sunda Islands, with Java to the west and Lombok to the east. Experience Bali's tropical monsoon climate which has two distinct seasons, a dry season which goes on between May to September and wet season which goes on between October to April. These seasonal changes can also be experienced along with our Bali travel packages. Interestingly enough, monsoon here refers to the wind, not the rain. Experience such exceptionally relaxing climate along with our affordably priced Bali tour packages.

The Culture

This culturally rich island has millions of tourists every year but the way of life of the Balinese people remains the same. Explore their unique culture evolving in harmony with the nature and experience it along with our uniquely priced Bali travel packages. Balinese people are open to different cultures and welcome people from every corner of the world, but one thing is for sure, they are strictly filled with their beliefs and traditions. Explore the unique culture of this island and knit your own memories for lifetime along with our affordably priced Bali holiday package deals available online.

The Experience

Enjoy romantic walks on serene beaches with your loved one, thrilling water rides, adventure sports and get to know your better half over a romantic candlelight dinner added along with our Bali honeymoon packages. The blend of experiences close to nature and the ambience of romance, make all Bali honeymoon packages, a passionate tour experience. Meanwhile, also enjoy seeing the traditional Kecak dance which is performed by 50 singers. Matter of fact, this dance is the only one based on vocals rather than instruments, dating far back into Balinese history, prior to the use of musical instruments. After the performance, a short drive will bring you to Jimbaran bay where you can relish delicious seafood dinner in a cosy seaside restaurant; all this just to provide you a perfect authentic experience along with our Bali tour packages from India. Enjoy the view of Mount Batur known to be a dormant volcano and the Lake Batur along with our Bali honeymoon packages. Visit the mesmerising rolling coffee plantation along with our Bali holiday packages for couples. Get a chance to visit Tirta Empul known to be the Holy Spring water temple and pass by the rice terraces along with our Bali vacations from India. Enjoy Devdan Show popularly known as a fusion of traditional Indonesian dance activities with modern contemporary dance, world-class aerial acrobatics attractions, dazzling costumes and hi-tech special effects along with our Bali honeymoon packages from India. Experience the thrilling white water rafting at Ayung River in Ubud.

The Highlights

The highlights of Bali include unique experiences along with our Bali tour packages available online. Visit Tanjung Benoa beach where you enjoy a banana boat ride and a trip to Turtle Island on a glass bottom boat. Visit the legendary Uluwatu Temple! Hanging on a cliff 100 meters above the ocean, Uluwatu temple is a unique sight that you can witness along with our Bali holiday packages. Bali gets way more interesting for you and your family with a visit to Celuk, known for being the centre of gold and silver works, Bataun which is the stone carving centre, Mas known as the centre of wood carvings and finally Ubud, famous as the Balinese painting centre along with our Bali family holiday packages. Explore Kuta beach, also known as sunset beach, as opposed to sunrise beach. It is one of the best places to enjoy a spectacular romantic sunset in Bali and forms an integral part of our Bali honeymoon packages. See the real and exotic side of Bali, specially designed for nature lovers who want to witness the Balinese way of living. Watch the colours of the sky change from just a hint of a colour to shades of deeper orange, purple and red while you cruise along the harbour giving you a perfect leisurely ambience along with our Bali vacations from India.

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How Much Does a Bali Trip Cost? (Prices for 2024/2025)

When considering a Bali trip, you may want to know how much it would cost. Is it expensive?

Here is a breakdown of how much it costs for flights, hotels, transportation, sightseeing, food, and activities.

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Bali is not an expensive destination compared to other vacation spots in Southeast Asia .

  • A private customized tour of the main attractions/activities in the south costs around US$120/person/day (2–4 people)*
  • A private volcano and hot spring tour or a rainforest discovery tour costs around US$200/person/day (2–4 people)*

* Private guide, car, and driver, attraction tickets, activities, and lunch included

It is a cost-effective island for a tour partly because most of the best beaches, surfing beaches, scenic terraced rice fields, and sightseeing landmarks are in the central and eastern parts of the island within about an hour from the airport and main hotel locations by private vehicle at times of low traffic, so transportation costs and trip lengths are kept low.

Some of the best snorkeling/diving areas are also within this 1-hour driving radius . Some others of the best beaches, diving areas, terraced fields and waterfalls/sightseeing/hiking areas are in the northern and eastern parts of Bali within an hour and half to two hours travel time from the airport.

Moreover, Bali can suit all kinds of budgets, from economical to luxury . However, Bali is an expat enclave and has heavy tourism. So, this drives the prices up, but in the off season (November to March except during the major holidays), you can get better prices. 

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Typical Costs for 1 Week in Bali

Prices are going up, but Bali remains very good value compared to Western countries.

  • For a comfortable private tour (2–4 people) : About 160–220 USD per day per person is typical with private guide, 4- or 5-star hotels, nice meals, and private transfers included. For this standard of vacation in the US, the average price is 500+ USD.

The typical cost for a person for a week in Bali is from 1,000 USD.

For more on planning a week's holiday, see How to Plan a Trip to Bali .

Comparison with Thailand

Similar to Bali, Thailand is also affordable for all budget levels. 2–3 plane journeys are generally needed for a classic Thailand tour from north to south (Chiang Mai, Bangkok, and Phuket or Koh Samui), which makes traveling in Thailand slightly costlier than in Bali by 20–30 USD per person per day. A 10-Day Private Classic Thailand Tour costs around 2,000 USD per person.

Check the sample itineraries of Bali for 10 days .

The Cost of International Flights to Bali

The only international airport in Bali is Denpasar International Airport (DPS). The cheapest months to visit are October to March (rainy season). Airline prices from the middle of December to early January are high for the Christmas and New Year season. The most expensive months are from April to September, especially the Easter vacation period and summer holiday season (June to August).

Airline Ticket Prices from Major Cities to Bali (round trip):

  • New York , United States: From 1,500 USD . Flying to Bali from New York requires at least one stopover.
  • Sydney , Australia: From 800 USD. Flying out of Sydney can be non-stop.
  • London , England: From 900 USD. Flying out of London requires at least one stop.

For more on seasonal differences in Bali travel, see Best (and Worst) Times to Visit Bali .

Cost of Accommodations in Bali

Here are the approximate costs for a standard 2-person room in Bali for 2024. This is for reference only (prices fluctuate quickly due to various uncertainties related to changes in the epidemic situation):

* Low season : November to March except for around Christmas and New Year

* High season : April to September, Christmas and New Year season

During the busy months/weeks, we recommend you plan and book your accommodations well in advance.

Hotels are included in our itineraries and we can generally secure favorable prices. We recommend suitable hotels based on your budget, preferred location, room specification (e.g. no-smoking), and other requirements. Feel free to contact us .

The Cost of Eating and Drinking in Bali

  • Budget : A meal in a cheap local-style restaurant can be as low as 25,000 IDR (1.70 USD or 1.70 EUR).
  • Mid-range : A mid-range restaurant meal for two people with three courses costs about 21 USD or 21 EUR.

The Cost of Transportation in Bali

  • Taxi: The price of a taxi in Bali depends on several factors. The taxi starting price is about 0.47 USD (7,000 IDR). For each additional 1 km you have to pay about 0.50 USD (7,500 IDR).

Traveling around Bali is usually by taxi or private transfer. It generally takes no more than 2 hours of driving from Ubud in central Bali to the most southerly beaches.

Public buses and scoooter/bike hire are obviously a lot less efficient, convenient, and comfortable. While you could save most of your transport costs, it would mean less time at the attractions and hence less value-for-money on your tour time, so we don't recommend them generally.

The Cost of Attractions/Activities in Bali

Beaches : Public beaches are free, but you may need to pay to enter a private beach. See Best Beaches in Bali: How to Choose the Right One for Your Trip .

Rice terraces : The less popular rice terraces are generally free to visit. The most popular ones such as Jatiluwih and Tegallalang have entrance fees of about 4 or 5 dollars for tourists. The ticket sales help locls to cultivate the land and build concrete paths for better access to the rice fields.

Tips for Saving Money in Bali

  • Traveling during shoulder/low season (November to March helps to reduce airfare and touring costs substantially.
  • Use bicycle/scooter hire. Take the public buses. Share taxi rides with others.
  • The biggest tourist areas around Denpasar, on the southern and southeastern coasts, and around Ubud are the most expensive touring areas. For lower prices, you can go to the north coast, and the least expensive and least touristy area is western Bali.
  • Eat at small, local, inexpensive restaurants called warungs for authentic and cheap Balinese food.
  • Shop at fresh food markets for fruits and vegetables instead of supermarkets.

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Bali Travel Guide

Last Updated: August 23, 2023

A rugged beach in Bali, Indonesia surrounded by green trees on a sunny day

Bali is a budget backpacker paradise. It’s one of the most popular destinations in Indonesia and a hub for travelers, yoga lovers, honeymooners, and digital nomads alike.

Not only does it cater to the budget-savvy vagabond, but the island offers plenty of options for the more affluent traveler as well.

While visiting Bali has become clichéd (many people visit to have an “Eat, Pray, Love” experience), I still find the island to be beautiful, budget-friendly, and full of things to do. The countryside is beautiful, the beaches ( outside of Kuta ) are picture perfect, there is great hiking, friendly locals, world-class dining, and it’s inexpensive.

I spent a month exploring the island and would happily go back and explore it again.

The trick to traveling Bali is to get away from Ubud and Kuta. Once you do so, you find a much calmer, cheaper, and less-busy island worth exploring where the touts don’t bother you and the empty beaches are yours to enjoy.

This travel guide to Bali can help you make the most of your visit, save money, get off the beaten path, and have the trip of a lifetime!

Table of Contents

  • Things to See and Do
  • Typical Costs
  • Suggested Budget
  • Money-Saving Tips
  • Where to Stay
  • How to Get Around
  • How to Stay Safe
  • Best Places to Book Your Trip
  • Related Blogs on Bali

Top 5 Things to See and Do in Bali

The lush green rice fields of Bali, Indonesia surrounded by towering jungle

1. Go scuba diving

While snorkeling is always an option here, Bali is best known for its phenomenal dive spots. The reefs here are beautiful and there is an amazing variety of fish to see. The wreck of a US cargo ship, Liberty, is a highly recommended spot, as is Manta Point off Nusa Penida. Mola mola (ocean sunfish) season runs from July to October and is also very popular with divers. Prices vary depending on the dive site location and where you’re staying, but expect to pay at least 1,500,000 IDR for a two-tank dive.

2. Visit a Hindu temple

The island of Bali is covered in temples. There are at least three in every city and they are considered to be the most iconic attractions. The most prominent temples are the nine directional temples (built for pilgrimages and which allow tourist entry except to the inner sanctum) and the Besakih Temple (Mother Temple) to the east of the island. Mother Temple is a huge temple complex located on the sacred Mount Agung, an active volcano. The climb takes several hours, and most people arrange this as a tour since you need a vehicle to reach the trailhead. Prices start around 320,000 IDR per person. Since it is a holy mountain, climbing can be off-limits during certain times of the year.

3. Take a trip to Nusa Lembongan

Located right off the coast of Bali, this little island is a good alternative to the craziness that is Bali. In fact, it’s where lots of residents go to escape! Nusa Penida is the most developed of the three Nusa islands and you can actually cross to Nusa Ceningan via a bright yellow footbridge. The beaches aren’t great here but the surfing is really good, with some of the best breaks in Bali. The diving is also excellent here and it’s cheaper than on the mainland.

4. Learn about Balinese Culture in Ubud

Ubud is the second most popular tourist area and it can get crazy busy, but it’s still the best place to learn about Balinese culture. There are a number of beautiful temples, numerous historical sites, dance shows, and some of the best food on the island. Head to Tegalalang Village to see the famous rice terraces as well as interact with the local farmers and artists who live there.

5. Hike Mount Batur

Many travelers hike up this 1,700-meter (5,577-foot) volcano for the sweeping vistas and stunning sunrise it offers. The climb only takes a couple of hours, and there are plenty of guides available to lead the way (you have to use a guide to be allowed to climb). Expect to pay around 400,000 IDR per person for a guide.

Other Things to See and Do in Bali

1. try some adventure sports.

There are tons of adventurous activities to do in Bali. You can go paragliding, white water rafting, hiking, mountain biking, ATVing, horseback riding, jungle trekking, and even treetop zip-lining. Prices vary, though they are all quite affordable. Paragliding, for example, costs around 650,000 IDR per person for a tandem glide while zip-lining costs around 1,300,000 IDR.

2. Visit the hot springs

There are several hot springs on the island where you can relax and pamper yourself. In the northeastern mountains, there are some on the shores of Lake Batur. Another good spot is Air Banjar, which is located on the northern coast of the island near Lovina. It is incredibly energizing to sit in these natural pools while you take in the lush, beautiful landscape all around you. Admission varies but expect to pay around 200,000 IDR.

3. Visit the spa

Bali is the perfect place to re-energize by pampering yourself and releasing bottled-up stress and tension. Balinese massage is one of the most relaxing in the world, and there are a number of Balinese spa treatments which involve the use of various herbs and spices. Prices vary depending on what you purchase but expect to pay at least 200,000 IDR for a massage (it should cost less on the beach).

4. Party in Kuta

Kuta is kind of like the Tijuana of Bali. The streets are narrow here and there are hundreds of stalls selling faux-brand ripoffs and novelty souvenirs. There are plenty of hostels and lots of bars that cater to the younger backpacker crowd. If you’re looking to party, this is the best spot on the island to do so. Personally, I hate Kuta and think there are a lot of better places on the island. But if you want to party on a budget, this is the place.

5. Watch the monkeys

Located in Ubud, the Ubud Monkey Forest is a nature reserve and sacred area with temples. It’s very touristy, and a lot of people break the rules and feed the monkeys, which teaches them bad habits so don’t do that! Still, it’s exciting to watch all of the long-tailed macaques running around and playing with each other. Admission is 80,000 IDR.

6. Watch a Buffalo Race

Chances are, after a few days in Bali, you will have seen the water buffalo working in the various fields. In Negara, locals riding chariots race buffaloes every second Sunday from July to October. Negara is a bit out of the way and the races take place at 7am, so you probably should arrange accommodation for the night before. Nevertheless, it’s a peculiar spectacle and something you won’t likely see anywhere else!

7. Stretch it out

There are tons of world-class yoga retreat centers all around Bali, offering both single classes and multi-day retreats as well as training courses. If you need to relax, destress, and stay healthy this is a great place to do it! Expect to pay around 4,750,000 IDR for a 3-day retreat and upwards of 40,000,000 IDR for a 200-hour teacher training course. Drop-in classes are usually around 150,000 IDR.

8. Take a surfing lesson

You don’t even have to leave the airport to know that Bali is a surfing destination; you’ll see tons of surfboards being picked up at baggage claim. The best thing about surfing in Bali is that there’s something on offer for all abilities and on any stretch of the coast. Bring your own board or hire one for 150,000 IDR per day. If you’re new to surfing, a one-hour lesson costs around 350,000 IDR (including a board rental).

9. Learn to cook

The food scene in Bali has developed a lot in recent years and you can easily find some really high-quality restaurants all over the island. Sometimes getting back to the basics is best, though, and nothing really beats learning how to make authentic local dishes liked nasi goreng (fried rice), satay (skewered grilled meat with a peanut sauce), or sambal (a chili sauce or paste) so you can recreate the dishes when you’re back at home. Class lengths vary between a short 2-hour class all the way up to a 9-hour full-day class including a market visit. Classes cost around 350,000 IDR.

10. Join a beach clean-up

The amount of trash that ends up on Bali’s beaches is infuriating. Use your time to give back to the local community by joining a beach clean-up. There are clean-ups all over the island so it’s easy to find one close to where you’re staying. If you’re visiting in February, One Island One Voice organizes Bali’s biggest annual clean-up, with some 70,000 people spread out over 560 locations.

  For more information on other destinations in Indonesia, check out these guides:

  • Gili Islands Travel Guide

Bali Travel Costs

A stunning beach alongside the rugged cliffs and coast of Bali, Indonesia

Accommodation – Hostels usually cost around 75,000-200,000 IDR per night but they can be found as low as 55,000 IDR in the shoulder-season. Most hostels don’t offer private rooms, though free WiFi and free breakfast are generally included.

If you are looking for a cheap guesthouse or a budget hotel, expect to pay around 375,000-800,000 IDR per night for a double room. This generally includes free WiFi and breakfast. For a hotel with a pool, expect to spend at least 600,000 IDR per night.

Airbnb is available here too, with prices starting at around 350,000 IDR per night for an entire home or apartment. Private rooms cost around 180,000 IDR per night. Be sure to book your Airbnb in advance, otherwise, expect these prices to double (or triple).

If you’re looking for luxury, Bali also has some of the most expensive hotels in the world, many costing over 13,000,000 IDR per night.

Food – Lots of dishes here have a rice (nasi) or noodle (mie) base and, in some cases, that’s the whole dish, such as with nasi ayam (chicken rice). Be sure to try the Balinese take on satay (where the meat is minced and wrapped on skewers) and babi guling , a delicious suckling pig that is roasted for hours. Another popular choice is oxtail soup. Be mindful that the food here can be a little spicy.

Local cuisine is extremely cheap, usually under 10,000 IDR for street food. A basic restaurant meal costs closer to 25,000 IDR. Western food is a lot more expensive but is still affordable at around 125,000 IDR for a meal and a drink.

Fast food (think McDonald’s) costs around 55,000 IDR for a combo meal deal while a beer at the bar is around 45,000 IDR. Expect to pay 17,000 IDR for a bottle of water.

If you plan on cooking your own meals, a week’s worth of groceries costs between 500,000-700,000 IDR. Be sure to stick to local food items, as imported foods like wine, cheese, chicken, and beef are super expensive. Buying them often ruins your budget.

Bali Suggested Budgets

On a backpacker budget of 425,000 IDR per day, you can stay in a hostel dorm, eat some street food, cook some meals, rent a bicycle to get around, and do a few activities like hiking or seeing a Balinese dance. It’s really easy to do Bali on a budget if you stay in cheap guesthouses, eat local, and stick to the less expensive activities.

On a mid-range budget of 1,100,000 IDR per day, you can eat out at more restaurants, stay in a budget hotel or a private hostel room, rent a scooter to get around, drink more, enjoy some massages, and take more tours.

On a “luxury” budget of 2,350,000 IDR or more per day, you can stay at a nicer hotel or villa, take taxis or private minivans around the island, eat Western food, drink more, and do any adventure activities you want. This is just the ground floor for luxury, however. The sky is the limit!

You can use the chart below to get some idea of how much you need to budget daily, depending on your travel style. Keep in mind these are daily averages — some days you’ll spend more, some days you’ll spend less (you might spend less every day). We just want to give you a general idea of how to make your budget. Prices are in IDR.

Bali Travel Guide: Money-Saving Tips

Bali can be as cheap or as expensive as you want it to be. This is the land of cheap backpackers, honeymooners, top-of-the-line expensive resorts, and yoga retreats. It caters to every travel style. If you’re looking to save money while visiting, here are some tips and tricks that help you lower your costs:

  • Eat local food – You can pick up tasty local fare for around 10,000-15,000 IDR. Stay far away from Western restaurants if you want to save money!
  • Bargain – Nothing is ever at face value in Indonesia. Bargain hard and bargain often. Don’t ever pay the first price you were quoted (but don’t be a jerk either).
  • Head north – The southern area of Bali (Kuta, Ubud, Seminyak) is the most popular (and most expensive) part of the island. If you head to the beaches in the north or northeast part of Bali, prices are much cheaper and you can find better deals on accommodation.
  • Save money on rideshares – Uber and Grab are cheaper than taxis and are the best way to get around a city if you don’t want to wait for a bus or pay for a taxi. Just be aware that Ubers can be much harder to find in quieter areas.
  • Drink cheap – Save money on alcohol by hitting the happy hours or just buying your drinks at a local store instead of the bar. This is the cheapest way to drink.
  • Bring a filtered water bottle – Bali has a waste problem, and much of it gets burned. You’ll see (and smell) it during your visit. Bring a reusable water bottle with a filter to save money — and the environment. I like Lifestraw .

Where to Stay in Bali

Bali has tons of fun, affordable, and social hostels and guesthouses. Here are my favorites places to stay on the island:

  • Tribal Bali (Canggu)
  • PADI Backpackers House (Ubud)
  • Kememai Hostel (Ubud)
  • Warung Coco Hostel (Kuta)
  • M Boutique Hostel (Seminyak)
  • Capsule Hotel Bali – New Seminyak (Seminyak)

For more recommendations, check out this list of the best hostels in Bali.

How to Get Around Bali

An ancient pagoda along the water in beautiful Bali, Indonesia

Bemos & buses – Bemos are a minibus or a van that carries around 12 people in very tight quarters. They’re not widely used by visitors because they’re usually real time consuming. However, they’re cheap and most rides are around 5,000 IDR.

Tourist buses are a great way to get around, and they’re very affordable. They usually have air-conditioning, and some have Wi-Fi. There are signs in most areas offering these services. Kura-Kura Bus and Perama are the two biggest tourist bus operators. Kuta to Lovina costs 250,000 IDR, while Denpasar to Kuta is just 30,000 IDR. Kuta to Ubud is 100,000 IDR.

Taxis – Taxis are essential for getting around Bali, and they’re cheap. The starting rate is around 7,000 IDR and then 5,000-15,000 IDR per kilometer. You can also find drivers all over the island willing to take you wherever you want to go. A car from Ubud to Padangbai (where you get the boat to Lombok and Gili) costs around 300,000 IDR while an airport transfer to Seminyak or Canggu should cost around the same.

Bluebird Taxis are available in most places, and they’re the most dependable company for metered taxis and English-speaking drivers. There’s a smartphone app that makes ordering a taxi simple and convenient.

Grab (an Uber offspring) is a household name in Southeast Asia. It, too, is convenient, but it sometimes costs even more than a taxi. Go-Jek is a similar option and it also offers motorbike ride shares.

Bicycle – Bicycles are available for rent all around the island, usually costing 50,000 IDR per day for a basic bicycle.

Motorcycles and scooters – Motorbikes are quintessential to the Bali experience, and it’s not uncommon to see whole families riding one together! Motorbikes are so common here because they make it easier to weave in and out of congested traffic.

Scooter rentals are available around the island for as little as 90,000 IDR per day while motorbikes cost about 300,000 IDR a day. You should be an experienced driver for this option though as accidents are very common.

Ferry – Getting to and from Bali is easy via ferry. Ferries start around 15,000 IDR for a ticket from East Java to West Bali, and the rates go up from there for other routes. Bali (Padang Bai) to Lombok is about 500,000 IDR (one way) on the fast ferry or 60,000 IDR on the slow boat (which takes around 8 hours), while Bali to the Gili Islands is 300,000-350,000 IDR (one way) on a speedboat.

When to Go to Bali

Bali has a warm, tropical climate year-round with just two seasons: wet and dry. The dry season lasts from April to September while the rainy season occurs from October to the end of March. The average daily temperature year-round is 28°C (80°F). The high season is from July and August as well as through the Easter holidays and Christmas holidays (about December 11th to January 1st). Bali is busiest during this time, and prices are the highest.

In Bali’s mountainous areas, temperatures are much cooler and there is more rainfall than along the coast. If you plan on spending time in the mountains you need to pack appropriate clothing.

Overall, the best time to visit is between May and September when it’s dry and sunny. It’s still pleasant to visit during the rainy season as rainfall usually comes as fast and intense downpours that only last a few hours. In Bali, the extremes between seasons aren’t drastic.

The dry season is the best time to climb the volcanoes, participate in water sports, and the best time to dive is from April to September.

How to Stay Safe in Bali

Bali is an incredibly safe place to backpack and travel — even if you’re traveling solo — as violent crime is rare. Petty theft (including bag snatching) is the most common type of crime in Indonesia. Theft is also very common on public transit. It’s easy for thieves to grab your wallet or purse when you’re distracted by all the chaos around you. Stay alert and always keep your valuables out of reach.

Solo female travelers should generally feel safe here but the standard precautions apply (never leave your drink unattended at the bar, never walk home alone intoxicated, etc.). There’s a lot of partying here so you’ll want to keep an eye out at night. There are countless solo female travel blogs out there that can give you specific information on how to stay safe.

Credit card fraud is common in Indonesia so it’s always best to pay with cash when possible. To avoid getting your information stolen at an ATM, enter a reputable bank to withdraw money from there.

When out and about, make sure you don’t keep all your cash on you. Take what you need for the day and keep the rest secure in your accommodation just to be safe.

If you take a taxi, remember that not all prices in Bali are fixed. Make sure the driver turns on the meter when you get in, or agree on the price upfront to avoid any misunderstandings.

To avoid some of the common scams on the island, read about common travel scams to avoid here .

If you experience an emergency, dial 112 for assistance.

When in doubt, always trust your instincts. If a taxi driver seems shady, get out. If your hotel or accommodation is seedier than you thought, go somewhere else. Make copies of your personal documents, including your passport and ID, in case of an emergency.

The most important piece of advice I can offer is to purchase good travel insurance. Travel insurance protects you against illness, injury, theft, and cancellations. It’s comprehensive protection in case anything goes wrong. I never go on a trip without it as I’ve had to use it many times in the past. You can use the widget below to find the policy right for you:

Bali Travel Guide: The Best Booking Resources

These are my favorite companies to use when I travel. They consistently have the best deals, offer world-class customer service and great value, and overall, are better than their competitors. They are the companies I use the most and are always the starting point in my search for travel deals.

  • Skyscanner – Skyscanner is my favorite flight search engine. They search small websites and budget airlines that larger search sites tend to miss. They are hands down the number one place to start.
  • Hostelworld – This is the best hostel accommodation site out there with the largest inventory, best search interface, and widest availability.
  • Agoda – Other than Hostelworld, Agoda is the best hotel accommodation site for Asia.
  • – The best all around booking site that constantly provides the cheapest and lowest rates. They have the widest selection of budget accommodation. In all my tests, they’ve always had the cheapest rates out of all the booking websites.
  • Get Your Guide – Get Your Guide is a huge online marketplace for tours and excursions. They have tons of tour options available in cities all around the world, including everything from cooking classes, walking tours, street art lessons, and more!
  • SafetyWing – Safety Wing offers convenient and affordable plans tailored to digital nomads and long-term travelers. They have cheap monthly plans, great customer service, and an easy-to-use claims process that makes it perfect for those on the road.
  • LifeStraw – My go-to company for reusable water bottles with built-in filters so you can ensure your drinking water is always clean and safe.
  • Unbound Merino – They make lightweight, durable, easy-to-clean travel clothing.

Bali Travel Guide: Related Articles

Want more info? Check out all the articles I’ve written on Indonesia and Bali travel and continue planning your trip:

The 6 Best Hostels in Bali

The 6 Best Hostels in Bali

Is Southeast Asia Safe for Travelers?

Is Southeast Asia Safe for Travelers?

A Visitor’s Guide to the Jatiluwih Rice Terraces

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Kuta Beach: The Worst Place in Bali

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How to Visit Borobudur in Indonesia

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The best times to visit Bali based on your travel goals

Oct 30, 2023 • 4 min read

Silhouette of a woman relaxing in a hammock on a beach during sunset. 

In Bali, the weather is warm and the hammocks are comfortable year-round © anyaberkut / Getty Images

With awe-inspiring scenery, dense layers of culture, plenty of sun, surf and sand, and balmy temperatures year-round, Bali calls out like a beacon to adventurers, sun-seekers and travelers who like to truly immerse themselves in the countries they visit. Whatever your travel tastes, you'll find rewarding things to see and do in Bali at any time of year.

The dry season, from April to September, is the most enjoyable time of the year for outdoor activities, including basking on beaches, hiking, surfing, sailing, diving and canyoning. Visit during the wet season (November to March), and you'll experience frequent downpours, but there's good surf on the east coast, and you can still enjoy the outdoors, especially in drier areas in the east and north of the island. Temperatures in Bali don’t vary much from season to season, hovering between 28°C and 32°C (82°F to 90°F) year-round, though it's often cooler in mountain areas. Whatever you're looking for in Bali, here are the best times to come.

Yoga teacher guiding an outdoor Yoga class and leading students into a tree pose in Bali.

The high season (July–August and December) is the best time for festivals and partying

The high season in Bali coincides with the traditional summer vacation season in Europe, America, and Australia in July and August. It's the height of the dry season and the peak time for surfing on the west coast at the breaks around Canggu and Seminyak . Bali's original beach hub, Kuta , can be mobbed at this time of year, as many travelers come here specifically for the party season. 

Most parts of Bali are inundated with visitors in summer, as tourists come to sample the island’s many delights and enjoy some of its most colorful festivals. Indonesia celebrates its independence from colonial powers on August 17 with plenty of pomp and fanfare. Expect entertaining parades and street parties in the bigger towns. 

The period around Christmas and New Year also sees a large influx of travelers seeking a reprieve from cold northern winters. Many hotels, restaurants and other venues organize special dinners and entertainment to mark the festive season. New Year’s Eve is particularly memorable, with spectacular fireworks at midnight to help you rock in the new year in style. Key events to look out for are the Pemuteran Bay Festival, Penglipuran Village Festival and, of course, New Year’s Eve celebrations. 

High season means high prices and pressing hordes in tightly-packed tourist areas; for a quieter experience, seek out more remote spots such as Nusa Penida and Pemuteran .

Indonesia, Bali, Canggu, two female surfers in the water watching the sun

The shoulder season (April–June and September–October) is best for adventurous travelers

The shoulder season in Bali falls at either end of the dry season, when the weather is either improving after the rains or getting slowly wetter after the dry months. Things are quieter without the summertime crowds, and the weather is normally still dry enough for outdoor activities. However, the two-week Easter spring break can get very busy in tourist areas such as Kuta and Legian .

May marks the surfing season in full swing on the west and south coasts, and rafting, trekking and spelunking beckon adventure sports fans.

As rain showers in October are more frequent than in the dry summer months, plan to spend some time indoors visiting temples, museums and cultural institutions in Ubud , Denpasar , and other centers for Balinese culture. Top international events in October include the  Ubud Village Jazz Festival  and the  Ubud Writers and Readers Festival . 

A farmer tends rice paddies near Ubud, Bali

The low season (January–March and November) is best for budget travelers

Bali’s low season coincides with the rainiest months of the year, and this can be an unpredictable time for outdoor activities. The crowds have decamped back home, and the island is returning to a more relaxed vibe, but there's still decent surf on the east coast at such legendary locations as Padang Padang, and the weather is still warm. Accommodation prices fall considerably, which is great news for budget travelers.

At the end of January or the start of February, Chinese New Year celebrations feature typical Balinese elements such as traditional percussion bands and dancers dressed as the mythological lion-like creature Barong. 

The festival of Nyepi, the Balinese New Year, moves with the lunar calendar but frequently falls in March. This is a culturally fascinating time to visit Bali, but after the colorful parades of ogoh-ogoh puppets the night before the festival, the Day of Silence itself can be a tricky time for visitors as everything closes, transport ceases, and nobody is allowed out on the streets.

Understanding the Balinese calendar

Note that religious festivals such as Galungan and Kuningan are scheduled according to the Balinese 210-day pawukon calendar. This means they happen roughly every seven months, according to the Western calendar. Dates for village festivals are not always set in stone either, and the timing of the Nyepi festival is dictated by the lunar saka calendar, meaning the date changes every year. If you’re planning a trip around a festival or event, check the precise dates before you book your flights.

This article was first published Dec 3, 2021 and updated Oct 30, 2023.

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