Bali is one of the top honeymoon destinations due to its pristine beaches, coral reefs, and water activities. The bucolic nature of the place attracts innumerable honeymooners all year round. Another newly wedded couple decided to choose Bali as their honeymoon destination. Jayesh Rathore and his wife were clear about the choice of their destination.
As they both loved beaches over mountains, Bali had to be their ultimate choice among other options. So, they customized their own 5 days Bali itinerary with TravelTriangle before their wedding and were all set to explore the new place. Let’s see how what Jayesh Rathore has to say about his experience.
Table Of Content
- Details Of Our Sojourn To Bali
- 5 Days Bali Itinerary
- Bali Weather In February
- Top Expereinces On Our Bali Vacation
- Hotels We Stayed At In Bali
- Shopping In Bali
- Food In Bali
- Bali Tips For Travellers
- Our Experience With TravelTriangle
- Common Questions Asked About Bali
We were excited about our honeymoon right after our family agreed to our marriage. So, we both started planning our vacation before marriage and explored our options. We were sure we wanted to go to a place with beaches so we had Mauritius, Seychelles, Bali, and Maldives in our mind. While surfing the internet we found many travel agents and went through their deals. As we wanted to customize our own itinerary, TravelTriangle came as a savior. We told them about our requirements and they delivered a detailed itinerary within our budget. Moreover, they made sure that our trip was extra romantic by including decorations and candle-lit dinner. Take a glimpse at our 5 days Bali itinerary.
Details Of Our Sojourn To Bali
Trip Type: Honeymoon
Cost: INR 1,15,999 (including flight fare)
Duration: 5 days & 4 nights
No. Of People: 2 Adults
Inclusions: Hotel Stay, Airport Transfer, Breakfast, Tours & Sightseeing, Candle-lit Dinner, Spa, Water Activities, Welcome Drinks,
Exclusions: Visa, Lunch, Dinner
Travel Agent: Lestac India
5 Days Bali Itinerary
Day 1: Arrival at Ngurah Rai Airport and transfer to the hotel.
Day 2: A day full of water and fun activities
Day 3: Transfer from Kuta to Ubud
Day 4: Stay at Ubud, sightseeing, and shopping
Day 5: Departure
Bali Weather In February
February is the best time to visit Bali as the weather stays pleasant and calm due to which there are plenty of chances to spend some time on the beaches. The temperature ranges from 26 degrees Celsius to 30 degrees Celsius. A bit of rainfall might decrease the temperature, leading to ideal weather for sightseeing. Bali weather in February remains similar to the weather in the previous month, that is, January.
Top Expereinces On Our Bali Vacation
Here are some of the top experiences from our vacation in Bali that you must include in your itinerary. We had a great time doing these activities and captured our beautiful moments.
1. Marine Activities
Bali is famous for water activities like scuba diving, snorkeling, and parasailing at several beaches. So, we ensured to include these activities on our honeymoon trip to Bali. As the skies were clear, we opted for parasailing and caught a bird’s eye view. Besides this, we also got a chance to do jet skiing and took a banana boat ride. It was a relief to do water activities on a sunny day. Later that day, we enjoyed our time on the dinner cruise and swayed on music. As there were other Indian couples on the beach, we were lucky to make some new friends.
2. A Day-Tour In Ubud
During the romantic drive from Kuta to Ubud, we got to see some coffee plantations. On this day, we explored the famous Tanah Lot Temple. It is a Balinese Hindu temple perched on a rock in the middle of the sea. The panoramic view of the tide made us spent more time there and we were lucky to see an amazing sunset from this point. It is one of the main highlights of our honeymoon trip.
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3. Tegenungan Waterfall
On the last day of our honeymoon, we stayed in the city of Ubud and got a chance to explore the street markets in Bali. But the main highlight of the day was the visit to the Tegenungan Waterfall. Hidden in Ubud, this waterfall is a magical place that is encapsulated amidst lush greenery. Near this waterfall, there are a couple of normal springs that can be reached by going down some steps. The beauty of this place will be etched in our hearts forever.
Hotels We Stayed At In Bali
We stayed at two hotels in Bali – one at Kuta and other at Ubud. We could not have asked for better properties as they provided every facility we required.
1. Swiss-Belhotel Tuba
After arrival at the airport, we were transported to Swiss-Belhotel Tuba which is located in Kuta. We were provided a Deluxe room in the hotel which was well-maintained. The property was luxurious and the strategic location of the hotel made it easy to visit the tourist places. They provided an elaborate breakfast arrangement with excellent service, helping staff members, and delicious food. Our overall stay in this hotel relaxing and amazing.
Location: Jl. Kubu Anyar No.31, Tuban, Kuta, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia
2. Vrindavan Ubud Villa
We were excited about our stay in this property as we had read about this 4-star villa. Situated in a quaint place far from the city, the villa is spacious and very romantic. As we booked a honeymoon trip to Bali, our room was equipped with a private pool and was decked with flowers. We savored some amazing food there and were impressed by the hospitality, services, and facilities.
Location: Desa Kenderan Tegallalang, Kenderan, Kecamatan Ubud, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80561, Indonesia
Shopping In Bali
Since we were staying in Kuta and Ubud, we got a chance to do a lot of shopping. The art market in Ubud is full of handmade items like wood-carved showpieces and is one of the best things to buy from Bali. One can’t resist the colorful shopping lanes in Ubud and we couldn’t too. So, we reserved some time from the last day and went out for shopping. From a range of clothes, handicrafts, and souvenirs, it was difficult to choose what to buy. But before going, learn some bargaining skills as it will help you get things at cheap rates.
Food In Bali
We visited many restaurants including the ones in our hotel. We wanted to savor the local food in Bali and interesting dishes too. One can try nasi goreng, sate, Bebek betutu, and nasi campur as these are the top Balinese dishes. Besides this, we found several Indian restaurants in Bali where we retired to fill our stomachs with Indian food. These restaurants served a variety of dishes and at reasonable rates.
Bali Tips For Travellers
There are some tips that one can keep in mind while planning a trip to Bali. Some of them are mentioned below:
- In the month of February, one can expect a bit of drizzling in Bali. So, carry an umbrella or raincoat no matter what.
- If you are traveling to Bali then you must opt for the famous water and fun activities like banana ride, scuba diving, paragliding, and underwater walk.
- Pack shorts, summer dresses, and beach clothes as the weather in February is warm and humid.
- Always carry cash with you because not all places accept cards. So, keep some cash handy.
Our Experience With TravelTriangle
Our experience with TravelTriangle cannot be conveyed in words. From choosing the right destination to the feedback, we enjoyed each and every moment of our trip. Our travel agent was very supportive and helped us at odd hours too. We did not face any problems and loved our overall experience. We are so impressed with TT that we are planning our next holiday to Dubai with them.
Our honeymoon in Bali included everything from beaches and water activities at beaches and shopping in local markets. We tried to include as many activities and tourist places in our 5 days Bali itinerary as we could to make this trip a memorable one. If you are also looking for an ideal destination for your honeymoon, then let us assure you that Bali is the place meant for you. Wait no more and plan your getaway to Bali with TravelTriangle and experience a great holiday like us!
Common Questions Asked About 5 Days Bali Itinerary
A. Although the weather in Bali remains pleasant in Bali, the best time to visit the Island of the Gods is in the dry season. From April to October, the weather is perfect for sightseeing and water activities.
A. Yes, Bali safe to explore alone like many other places.
A. You will find many spots in Bali to exchange your money as only Indonesian Rupiah is accepted in the island.
A. You will find a variety of food in Bali from Indonesian dishes to Indian foods. Some of the best local food that everyone must try are satay, Bebek betutu, and nasi goreng.
A. Whether you buy food or drink, it is cheaper in Bali in comparison with Australia, Japan, Malaysia, Europe, Singapore, and more countries.
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