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  • Hey you guys Phoebe here from Little Grey Box

  • Are you planning a trip to Bali?

  • with so many destinations, restaurants

  • and accommodation options to consider

  • it can be totally and completely overwhelming

  • but don't worry that's why I am here

  • to help you

  • here's everything I know

  • on how to plan the

  • epic Bali holiday of your dreams

  • Bali is a tourist haven

  • with loads of visitors flocking to the beautiful

  • island destination year after year

  • this means you can often scoop up a great

  • deal on really cheap sale fares

  • I would recommend figuring out roughly what

  • time of year you plan to visit

  • then putting on an email alert

  • so that you get notified anytime there is a sale fare

  • or anytime an airline has an amazing sale

  • if you are up for the challenge

  • a lot of airlines offer really really cheap rates

  • for those that just go with carry on only

  • and I can vouch from personal experience

  • it is definitely possible

  • to do at least a week in Bali with only carry on

  • Now you know what time of year you are going to be visiting

  • and hopefully, you've got your flights booked

  • you can start to have a think about where you want to spend your time

  • Bali has grown a lot over the years so it is more than just Kuta

  • and each place in Bali is totally different

  • Ubud offers more of that earthy, leafy

  • green, lush, jungle, tropical vibe

  • so it's perfect for anybody

  • that wants to get away to nature and immerse themselves in absolute relaxation

  • the food in Ubud is fantastic and there is no shortage of amazing

  • organic, vegan and vegetarian produce but don't let that turn you off

  • if you're a carnivore they've got you covered too

  • you can spend your days doing adventure activities like hiking, white water rafting

  • you can attend yoga class do some pottery, maybe some painting

  • learn to cook some traditional Indonesian dishes

  • or you can simply bliss out in your beautiful lush tropical retreat

  • Seminyak is home to a myriad of sprawling beachfront resorts

  • it's home to amazing and iconic bars like Ku De Ta or Potato Head or Cocoon

  • and Seminyak is a great spot to base yourself if you're looking to stay in a private villa

  • there's also no shortage of fantastic restaurants so you will be spoilt for choice when it comes to food

  • I am not entirely sure whether you say Canggu

  • or Canggu I'm going to roll with Canggu

  • the vibe in Canggu is really laid back you can go down to the beach and mix it with

  • the local surfers catch a few waves

  • just relax on the sand and watch some local dogs play

  • then you can walk up and grab a couple of cold beers

  • from somewhere like Old Man's and a delicious bite to eat

  • there's loads of great local food in Canngu and also some really yummy bites like

  • acai bowls, pink pattaya bowl, smoothies all that kind of healthy, beachy, summery

  • food that you can't wait to get your hands on

  • you'll find no shortage of homestays and low key accommodation

  • options that are perfect for the budget traveller if you are dreaming of about holing up in

  • a beautiful luxury beachfront resort

  • Nusa Dua is your spot

  • you can get really comfortable inside a gorgeous resort

  • and spend your days swimming, enjoying breakfast buffets

  • getting massages, and just living your best life

  • once you are in your resort, everything you need is there

  • so you kind of tend not to wanna leave

  • I would just say, make sure you take the time and make the effort to leave your incredible resort

  • and get out on the streets and really experience Bali culture

  • if you are keen for more of an island escape

  • but don't really have a lot of time to go too far

  • Nusa Lembongan is perfect

  • this was once a really hidden spot

  • and now its become more popular there are now loads of amazing restaurants

  • bars, cafes, beachfront, cliffside swimming pools

  • all things like that personally, I love Nusa Lembongan because

  • it feels like its away from everything I also love snorkelling and

  • the waters around that area are perfect for snorkelling and scuba diving

  • if you love to party? like you are still 19 years old

  • then, by all means, you should go to Kuta

  • personally, I am way too old for that

  • I just can't recover, I don't have time for it

  • people like my brother in law absolutely love it

  • he loves going out, meeting new people being around everybody, he loves the noise

  • the chaos, the sights, the smells it's just one of those things that's going

  • to come down to personal preference

  • So now you know when you're going

  • and the kind of holiday you want to have you can start to put together your itinerary

  • and figure out how long should I really be spending at each place

  • if you are thinking about going up to Ubud

  • I would probably recommend 2-3 nights

  • the transport from Denpasar airport up to Ubud

  • can take a couple of hours

  • so you don't want to get up there only to turn around and come back the next day

  • if you are thinking about staying in Seminyak I would probably recommend 3 nights

  • you're most likely going to fall in love with

  • the beaches, the incredible sunsets, the cocktails the shopping, the food and you might find

  • you need a little more time than you first suspected

  • In Canggu, 2-3 nights should do you just fine

  • that's enough time to really experience the area

  • find some places that you love

  • enjoy the food, enjoy the beaches but then maybe move on out and get back to

  • where there are a few more people

  • if a Nusa Dua holiday at an incredible resort

  • is really what you crave, then you are probably going to want to do 4-5 nights there

  • so that you can totally relax and unwind in your super resort

  • If you are going to make the journey out to Nusa Lembongan

  • I would recommend 3 nights because you do have to catch the ferry over there

  • and that time over and back will take up some

  • of your holiday time and if you are thinking about staying in Kuta

  • good luck to you

  • Now you know when you are going

  • where you want to go and how long you want to spend

  • it's time to start looking for the perfect accommodation

  • for you and here's the thing about Bali

  • it caters to every budget so whether you are a broke backpacker

  • or a luxury traveller you are going to find something for you

  • one thing that I was really surprised about was the cost of private villas

  • now Matt and I got the chance to stay in one and it was jsut the two of us

  • it could easily have fit 6 or 8 people and that cost per night split among a group

  • like that is ridiculously affordable

  • and it was so nice having our own place to base ourselves

  • if you are there for a special occasion like your honeymoon, birthday, anniversary

  • or celebration there are no shortage of absolutely jaw dropping

  • luxury resorts just waiting to have you stay on the other end of the spectrum

  • if you do need to save some cash look into homestays

  • Matt and I often stay in homestays especially in Ubud

  • each one is different, you get to know the staff

  • the breakfast is usually fantastic and it feels a little more personal

  • if you are one of those people that like to wing it

  • Bali is the place to do it don't feel like you have to have every single

  • night of your accommodation booked in advance

  • there are some amazing things you can do in Bali

  • Whitewater rafting, you can climb Mt Batur and watch the sunrise

  • from the top of a volcano you can do cooking classes, art classes

  • the options are endless but don't over pack your days

  • you want take some time out to really unwind and relax and experience that amazing Indonesian hospitality

  • you can organise activities as you go

  • either through your hotel or from a dude on the street

  • go with your gut instinct and you should be fine

  • food is life, I think we can all agree on that

  • so do some research and try to find really good foodie spots

  • where you are going to be staying

  • I've eaten some incredible Indonesian food

  • while I've been in Bali but, I've also eaten some incredible international food

  • the best arancini balls and pizza of my life

  • an insane 7-course degustation in Ubud that I just didn't see coming

  • if you are on a budget you will have no trouble you can get meals cheap as chips

  • a couple of dollars should do you

  • an expensive dinner in Bali

  • was kind of the same price as a regular dinner out here in Australia

  • now that you've got everything sorted

  • there are just a few other things that you might want to think about

  • I'd start putting together a packing list do you need to get some new swimmers

  • a new sarong, new flip flops? should you get your prescriptions filled before

  • you go all of those types of things

  • One thing I like to do before I go somewhere that I haven't been before

  • is to check out the Instagram hashtags cause I just like to see

  • what are people doing

  • what is the vibe like

  • are there some cool places that I have not heard of that I want to visit?

  • arriving in Denpasar airport can be really overwhelming

  • when you walk through the last doors at the arrival hall

  • there will be a throng of people there holding up signs

  • screaming transport, transport, transport at you

  • I would probably recommend that you try to organise

  • an airport transfer for when you arrive many hotels will offer an airport transfer

  • so if you can get one, absolutely do if you are going to catch a taxi from the airport

  • make sure you go to the proper taxi stand

  • be sure to check the visa requirements too

  • and last but not least

  • you should really research anything you absolutely must know before you go

  • common scams to be aware of how much should you be paying for transport

  • all of that kind of stuff

  • if you are looking for really specific recommendations

  • I have got a tonne of Bali resources on the the Little Grey Box blog

  • there is a link in the decription below

  • thank you so much for watching

  • I hope you found this video useful

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  • and say hello in the comments below

  • have a great weekend and I will see you next week

  • Love ya!

Hey you guys Phoebe here from Little Grey Box

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