We will be in Ubud for 2 days only and are looking for fairly central accommodation. We want to see the Monkey Forest, and stroll around the sites (I don't want to have to hire a car). We'd also like to see some of the rice field (I do understand that without a car we'll be on the beaten track).
We're after a private room, with ensuite. Clean but doesn't have to be fancy, that will allow us to appreciate Ubud by foot. Any suggestions?
Thanks in advance.
I will be in Bali this coming dec 28 and spent new year eve there. Anyone could suggest where is the best location to book my accommodation? I will be travelling alone.
with my son (12 years old) we'll arrive first time to Bali around 15 December for 4 weeks. We have no plan. We like beach, tours, excursions, buying souvenirs, market etc... not very crowded place. Can someone give me any suggestions about accommodation and which part of Bali (maybe Ubud). I would like to have a bungalow on the beach side (middle budget)
It's better to do reservation on line or when we arrive there? Through agency or my own?
thank u for help,
Hello, We are very happy an excited to being able to take a two weeks holiday in Bali starting end of January for two weeks. Would really appreciate to hear your suggestions and insights on how to plan it! Background: Two adults in their thirties with a 3 year old. In SE Asia we have been to Malaysia and Thailand w/o the kid and to China with the kid. We LOVE the atmosphere of an island and the people on it, we LOVE the SE food, mostly Thai. We love clean water and blue skies :) We are not party people and we do not drink and try to avoid the big crowds. Not into temples after seeing many already. We LOVE good food, this is how we mainly record our travels by what we eat :) As for the kid, she is on Energizer batteries and loves anything from a tissue paper to an elephant. So, we loved the atmosphere at langkawi and koh phi phi, yet that was when we were without a child, I think that two weeks is too long for that. Budget: umm, yeah, we are on a budget and in fact are not interested in any luxury hotels or any hotels that hide the natural beauty of Bali. Eating at local restaurants local food would be awesome. Many thanks for your help! Amanda
I'm coming from Canada to Australia (Brisbane) to visit my friend for a month. We thought about taking a week to go to either Bali or Thailand in February...Reccomendations on best for a budget? We like to party but also enjoy the beaches and maybe a few excursions
We are planning a holiday to Bali, but would like somewhere relaxing. We thought of around Lovina, but have read that the sea is quite polluted in places there. As we both love swimming, can any one advise if this is true or reccommend another part of the island which would suit. We intend to rent a cottage/villa when we arrive there.
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