Jelita Bali

Have you visited a place that literally left you feeling out of this world? This is exactly how you’ll feel as you’ll stroll towards the waters.

Escape the crowd and walk the unbeaten paths of Bali. It is undoubtedly what dreams are made of. It is deeply influenced by Chinese and Hindu culture, so you’ll find the best of both the worlds in the land of gods.
From a list of Hidden canyons, intricately carved temples, pristine beaches, looming volcanoes, lush rice fields, delicious food, and full moon parties that captivate your wanderlust to experiencing surfing, yoga, shopping, and meditation. 

Uluwatu Temple – A beautiful temple perched on the gorgeous cliff of Uluwatu – The ocean works great when it’s paired with the likes of stunning rugged cliffs.

Bali, the island that smiles, is a place where you will find warm, friendly people. Not only does it cater to the budget travelers, but also the island offers plenty of options for the more affluent travelers.

Nusa Penida – The sea, the silky sea, the blue, the green palm trees, the fresh, the ever free!

The Balinese claim that Bali is the center of the universe. The energy found in this sacred land is rejuvenating for the spirit. It is one of the best places for spiritual awakening. This tropical island has an incredibly unique culture and geography. The soul lies in rural farming villages that seem to be stuck in an earlier time.

Kecak Dance – The Monkey chant

Plan your trip during the summer season from April to October as running rain, and humidity levels are low during this period. However, this is the most popular choice of time for tourists. Flight and hotels tend to get a bit expensive. Also, making an advance booking is recommended.
If you are a pluviophile and don’t mind the short rainstorms, visit Bali from November to March as there’s still plenty to do, and it’s the cheapest time of the year to make a budget trip.

Terraced Rice Fields – During harvest season the terraced mountainsides transform into a symphony of greens and yellows, making it a paradise for photographers. 

Quick info on Bali, Indonesia

Language: Indonesian, Balinese, and English.
Currency: The currency of Bali is the Indonesian Rupiah.
Credit cards and ATMs: There are plenty of ATMs in Ubud and Canggu. As you go towards the countryside, payments through cash are preffered.
Plugs: The wall jacks in Bali are type C and F. The standard voltage is 230V, and the standard frequency is 50Hz. I recomment buying a universal adapter.
Safety: Bali is one of the safest destinations for solo female travelers! The biggest thing you need to watch out for is road safety.

Tibumana Waterfall – The picture-perfect waterfall is just up the river from the touristic falls of Reng Reng.

Have a wondrous trip!!!

5 Comments Add yours

  1. Karthik says:

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    1. Shruu says:

      Thank you 🙂

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  2. Shiva says:

    Nice Blog. 😄

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    1. Shruu says:

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