Backpacker in bali

Azra Solution,Banten – Have you been backpacking in Indonesia? Do you remember your backpacking trip? It must be full of epic stories and new adventures! If you’ve ever wanted to experience the best in just 7 days, then go ahead and explore Bali. Its infinite thrills will never stop impressing you with every step. Let’s bring those fond memories back to Bali and inspire others with these 7 backpacking ideas! Day 1: Balinese style at South Beach and sunset at Uluwatu You can start your journey from the south of Bali. Explore Bali’s famous beaches and linger while watching the waves move back and forth. You can finally get on a surfboard for the first time. Learn to balance yourself while remembering the tips your teacher gives you. While it may seem difficult at first, with practice, you’ll quickly fall in love with surfing.

Day 1: Get a Balinese feel at South Beach and watch the sunset at Uluwatu

You can start your journey from the south of Bali. Explore Bali’s famous beaches and linger while watching the waves move back and forth. You can finally get on a surfboard for the first time. Learn to balance yourself while remembering the tips your teacher gives you. While it may seem difficult at first, with practice, you’ll quickly fall in love with surfing.

Just 4km from Uluwatu Beach, your next destination should be Uluwatu Temple for a glimpse of Bali’s heritage! One of them is the traditional Kecak dance. Enchanted by the mesmerizing Kecak dance performance, the dancers’ singing fills the air. Experience the escalating atmosphere as dancers spin the torches. The captivating moments are sure to make your trip unforgettable as you watch them whirl and dance with the fire. You can even watch the sunset in the evening sky illuminating the beautiful scenery of Uluwatu. The stunning heritage and stunning scenery will always be with you, as Belly @Belly describes in her travels: “Whatever your reason for visiting Bali, it’s worth traveling thousands of miles away, To the sunset over the Indian Ocean to the rhythm of the Kecak dance, because every cell in your body can feel the energy of this place.”

Day 2: Explore Tegenungan Waterfall and drive back to Sukawati Art Market

Tegenungan Falls can be your next adventure! Its gigantic size of 15 meters is breathtaking. Dive into the crystal-clear pools and explore lush nature. This is certainly a place to release all thoughts and tensions.

On the way back to your hotel, take time to visit the Sukawati Art Market, which is only 3.6 km from the waterfall. You can stroll through this famous Balinese market and find some fine art to take home.

Day 3: Get ready for sunrise at Tegallalang rice fields, swing at Alas Harum, take selfies with cute monkeys at Ubud Monkey Forest

Backpacking continues. You can drive to Tegalalang Rice Terraces early to watch the beautiful sunrise. Take a stroll through the rice fields and soak up the essence of nature! Then get ready for your next adventure in Alaskarum. Located on the main street of Tegallalang, this place has stunning scenery and Instagram-worthy spots for photos.

Make sure to take stunning photos with a bird’s nest or dancing bridge in the background. But the most popular place is the swing. Swinging on the swings in the stunning scenery of Bali is a magical experience! Another place we recommend you visit is Bali’s own Ubud Monkey Forest. Lush foliage and a peaceful atmosphere will welcome you. If you plan to take photos with the cute photogenic monkeys that live in this forest, make sure you are always supervised by a local ranger.

Day 4: Purify body and mind at Tirta Empul and visit Penglipuran village, one of the cleanest villages in the world

To enter this sacred place, you must wear an apron. So be sure to pack ahead or buy locally before the beauty of this Hindu temple welcomes you. As you stroll through the temple, the two golden Dwarapala statues should catch your attention. Sounds like a refreshing trip, doesn’t it? !

Backpacking doesn’t stop there. If you really want to experience the serenity of Bali’s famous village, Penglipuran is a 25-minute drive from Tirta Empul.

This place is well preserved, full of charm and one of the cleanest villages in the world. It showcases manicured gardens and architectural bamboo houses. While you’re here, don’t forget to try Loloh Cemcem, the village’s traditional drink. Not only is it delicious, but it’s also good for your body.

Day 5: Sunrise hike on Mount Batur and relax while sipping local Kintamani coffee

A new day is coming and it’s time for a sunrise hike. One of the best places to watch the sunrise in Bali is Mount Batur. We recommend that you go to this mountain in Bangli Kintamani the night before or early in the morning. The height of Mount Batur is 1,717 and the hike is suitable for beginners. Start your hike around 3am and you’ll be in time to catch the sunrise in the eastern sky.

Beautiful views in the morning call for a good cup of coffee! After descending the mountain, refresh yourself with the famous Kintamani coffee at local coffee shops such as Kintamani Eco Bike Coffee. It offers spectacular garden views and one of the best roasted coffees in Bali. Taste and experience the process of Jinta Mani coffee by visiting!

For those of you who want to sit back and don’t want to bother taking care of everything, you can try contacting a recommended local travel agency

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