Things to Do in Bali, Indonesia

We’re all pretty familiar with Bali and it’s label as a party destination for young people. But, what if I told you it’s also the ultimate relaxation destination as well? About 2 years ago my best friend Nikki and I went to Bali for a week. We’re not big party goers so we leaned more towards the relaxing side of Bali. So I thought I would make a list of the things you can do in Bali, other than party.

*Disclaimer: Because we went before I started this blog up, there is going to be limited photo’s and they’re not going to be of the best quality. (Not that I’m a pro photographer anyway)

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The vegetarian burger from WACKO Burgers

Eat

The food in Bali is absolutely delicious and cheap. The best thing about Bali and food is that they’re really accommodating for vegetarians, as well. All you do is ask for it to be vegetarian and voila. I’m not sure how accommodating they are for vegans but they did ask us if egg was okay a couple of times… One place I 100% recommend to everyone heading over is WACKO burgers in Seminyak. The restaurant itself had a really cool vibe to it and it was across the road from Harris Hotel, which is where we stayed in Seminyak. Most importantly they had the best Veggie burger, I think, I’ve ever had.

Get A Massage

My favourite part of the trip. You can get massages for so so cheap. Just about anywhere as well. Whether it’s at your hotels spa or even down the beach. Which is bloody awesome. **As great as massages are I can not stress enough how important it is to take your health into your own hands. If you have a bad back for example, please do not get a back massage. These are not trained remedial massage therapist they can cause more damage than good.**

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Chill Out

The most important part of a Bali holiday is chilling the eff out. Everything is so chill that it just comes naturally. You can chill in your hotel room, by the pool, at a cafe or by the beach. Literally everywhere is so chill. Just relax.

Yoga

I’m not much of a yogi and I’m not very flexible either. However, I do like a yoga class every now and then and I attribute that to the first ever class I took in Seminyak. The classes at Yoga 108 Bali are instructed by people who you can tell really know their stuff and are happy to help out. The studio is really beautiful and unique as well.

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Sight See

This is an obvious one but if you can squeeze it in around all your other activities there is a lot to see. To name a few, there’s Tanah Lot temple, Uluwatu temple (there’s a lot of temples), Monkey forest and lots of waterfalls to see. Just to name a few different things.

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