Just like Bali, Malaysia is a pretty cheap country. Although not always as cheap as Bali, but hey, Kuala Lumpur is a lot more advanced than Bali is, so that makes sense. It's also the only city I'm staying in this time in Malaysia (yes I've been here before, I also visited Malacca back then), … Continue reading Prices in Kuala Lumpur 2019: what does everything cost?
Sadly, we had to leave the first place in Ubud. Not because they didn't have room for us anymore, but because we'd booked another place in Ubud in advance and couldn't cancell it anymore. This next place was called Suwar Bungalows, more in the North of Ubud. What we though of it? Read it here!
I asked you guys in my Instagram stories if you would want to read a blogpost about typical and/or weird Taiwanese food, and all of you said yes. So here it is, the blogpost you've been waiting for! This post contains the taste testing of two types of food: supermarket food and streetfood.
After staying in Seminyak, in an Airbnb, for the first three nights in Bali, we decided to go to the east of Bali: Amed. We found this accommodation. Want to know what we think of it? Keep on reading!
Life in Bali is cheap. I'm sure you've heard that before. And I'm definitely not here to tell you otherwise. Of course it depends on where exactly you stay and eat and shop, some places are more expensive than others. But overall, everything is less expensive than in the West, so Europe and America. Now I'm sure you're wondering what exactly things will cost you. Good news! I've got a whole list of what exactly everything costs in Bali, because I've kept all of the receipts I was given. Included in this article: groceries, entertainment, random, transport and restaurants.
After staying in Amed, on the east side of Bali, for 3 nights, we travelled to Lovina. A place on the North side of the island. Took quite some hours to get here, but it was worth it. Here, we also stayed for 3 nights. Which I feel was more than enough for the bungalow we were in. Why? Read it here!