A successful visit to Bali, Indonesia is all about good timing. Consider going in the low season to avoid crowds and save money on accommodation.
In 2012, Dave returns to Bali for the first time since 2008, and re-visits some of the same places including Uluwatu, Ubud, and the Monkey Forest.
In this guest post, Lash shares 5 of her little-known places to visit in Bali. Follow her tips if you want to get off the beaten track!
After returning to Bali from a week on Gili Trawangan, I took a short side trip to Uluwatu Temple. The temple is perched atop a high cliff. During my visit, a storm whipped up heavy winds and surf, adding something extra to an already dramatic image.
In Kuta, it’s clear to see that a crass commercialization has occurred over the years.
This Balinese monkey is chillin’ like a villain.
It was in Kuta that I developed my fondness for Bintang, a popular Indonesian beer.
Absolut Petrol: on Bali, vodka bottles are reused to sell gasoline.