Things To Do in Bali, Indonesia
It's freaking hot now in the Philippines, which means it's Summer season! Most of my friends are on the beach and making their summer vacation most of it. And my heart is cracking to pieces in light of envious - beach please! Hehehehe...
Anyhoo, I missed my Bali trip with a bunch of my cray-wheezy loves. I know this is one of my backlog posts, but still, I want to share it with you guys. Here we go...
We flew to Bali, Indonesia with Singapore Airlines - of course, we had a layover in Singapore then finally arrived to the Ngurah Rai International Airport (Bali, Indonesia).
Singapore airport (Changi) is insane - a lot of stores, facilities and attractions inside of it. You will not get bored when you have a long layover at this airport. Believe me! I loved their Movie Theatre as it is FREE and I heard they have Aerotel Airport Transit Hotel where you can check-in overnight or do quick nap to fight your jet-lag. A.M.A.Z.I.N.G right?
You can check Changi Singapore Airport's attractions and services from their website: http://www.changiairport.com/en/airport-experience/attractions-and-services.html
Lastly checked-in at Dash Hotel - the very stylish hotel I've encountered. It has a custom iron furnishings, graffiti artwork and retro industrial chic light features. Every corner is instragrammable spot!
If you are looking for a worth-it hotel near Potato Head Beach Club, then this is the hotel you are looking for.
Monument of Bajra Sandhi (link to my blog post)
Uluwatu Temple (link to my blog post)
Back to hotel for we-time
Dinner - The Shack
Preparation for Ultra Bali Festival Day 1
Negari Luwak Coffee Agrotourism and Balinese House (link to my blog post)
Batuan Temple (link to my blog post)
Ubud Monkey Forest
Lunch - Bebek Joni's Restaurant
Back to hotel for we-time
Dinner - Dash Hotel
Preparation for Ultra Bali Festival Day 2
Don't forget to try the famous fried duck in Bali - it's in Bebek Joni's Restaurant. Having this meal with a fresh air, cool breeze and very greenery scenery is a must!
The highlight of our trip - Ultra Music Festival Bali
Ubud Monkey Forest. By the way, be careful with the monkeys as they will get your things or hugs you whenever they want. LOL
missing them as of now...
If you are looking for jewelry, you should go to Celuk Village. It is known as the trademark in the form of gold and silver. Celuk village has been producing gold and silvers that penetrate the local, national and international markets.
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