Bali is an island of many gorgeous places. I'm sure you've seen plenty of pinterest posts about all of the activities and places of Bali by now. Today though, I'm sharing with you my personal favourites. And no, not all of them are typical tourist hotspots 🙂
After spending a month in Bali, Singapore was just such a different environment! I kind of had to adjust to it the first day haha. It's actually not too different from most large cities but still, there are a few things you should know. To make sure you know what youre getting yourself into, haha.
Bali is the perfect holiday destination for people that don't want to spend too much money, but still want to feel like they are in a tropical beach paradise. You can make it as expensive as you want of course, but I like to do things budget style. Here is how much money you will need for a month in Bali, budget style!
I wanted to visit Bali for like, forever. It was definitely one of the destinations at the top of my list. And by the time I actually went to Bali, I had read probably everything I could find about Bali on the internet. Some things though, nobody writes about. There are a few things I personally would have liked to know before going to Bali. So I'm telling you them now!
If you have ever been on a flight to another continent (or maybe even within your continent, depending on where you're from), you've probaby dealt with it: a jetlag. You enter a completely different timezone and have trouble adapting to the different eating and sleeping schedule resulting in you feeling exhausted for a couple of days. Sounds familiar? Not for me though. I've been to Malaysia and Japan, both take more than 12 hours to travel to for me, and I did not have a jetlag. Not after arriving or after returning home. How is that possible? I'll explain! These are my simple tips to not having a jetlag.
Today I'm going to be sharing with you my travel essentials: what I ALWAYS bring with me when I travel & why. - Apart from the obvious stuff like deodorant, my passport & a toothbrush, duh - No matter where I go, no matter how far away the place is, no matter how long I'll be staying and no matter the climate.