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With many different cultures in Indonesia, it’s no wonder Balinese food is so diverse. Make sure you try some of these famous dishes. Lawar (minced meat salad), sate (Bali’s version of satay on a stick), Babi guling (sucking pig) and jajanan pasar (sweet cakes) just to name a few. Feast on fresh seafood at a beachfront restaurant in Jimbaran Bay or find a little café with local delicacies. Why not take a cooking class and learn how to make traditional Balinese dishes.

From modern malls to street markets and artisan villages specialising in traditional art forms, Bali is a shopper’s paradise. Bargain for a great price on clothing, bags, sandals and jewellery at the Ubud or Sukawati Art markets. Packed with showrooms and workshops specialising in woodcarvings, paintings and masks, Tegallalang Handicraft Village is a great spot to pick up a unique souvenir. The Kuta Beachwalk is an open-air shopping venue just across from the beach, with a variety of well-known retail brands.

Bali is renowned for its beach clubs where you can swim, eat, sip on a creative cocktail and listen to cool tunes. One of the most prominent hotspots in Bali, Ku De Ta Bali offers an upscale beachfront space perfect for watching a famous Bali sunset.

Bali is renowned for its wellness retreats. The ‘Island of the Gods’ will help you relax, heal and return home a healthier person in mind, body, and spirit. Learn the art of meditation, relax with a yoga class or take part in a traditional Balinese ceremony or healing ritual.

No holiday to Bali would be complete without visiting some of its peaceful scenic temples (pura). Perched atop a rocky outcrop amidst the crashing waves of the Indian Ocean, north of Seminyak, you’ll find the most respected and important sea temple, Pura Tanah Lot.


Shannell Stanbridge

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