A honeymoon trip is a great affair and a memory of a lifetime for all the couples. Considering the same, my wife and I decided to visit Bali as both of us are fond of beaches, islands, seashores and natural beauty. Bali is one place which has always been the favourite destination for all the honeymooners. Moreover, it fulfils all our criteria and hence the decision to visit Bali in February.
Our romantic trip comprised of waterfalls, beautiful temples, exotic beaches, vibrant shopping and much more. Here we will share our experience of our wonderful trip to the Island of Gods.
Details Of Our Trip To Bali In February
Trip Cost: INR 60,500/-
No. Of People: 2
Trip Duration: 6 Days & 5 Nights
Inclusions: Breakfast, Hotels, Airport Transfers, Tour and Sightseeing
Exclusions: Lunch, Dinner, Airfare, Visa on arrival, Travel insurance and others (5%GST)
Our Trip To Bali In February Itinerary
Day 1: Arrival in Bali Denpasar
Day 2: Full Day Sightseeing Tour
Day 3: Leisure Day
Day 4: Lembogan Island beach via cruise
Day 5: Full Day Sightseeing Tour
Day 6: Time to say goodbye to Bali
Weather In Bali In February
Being a year-round destination, Bali is an absolute favourite destination of every traveller. Bali weather in February remains at an average low of 22°C whereas the average high comes in at 30°C. It is a low season in Bali so you can expect hotel bookings at lower rates as compared to the normal. February is a part of Bali’s wet season and therefore we experienced rain in some parts of the city while some part was hot. But overall, visiting Bali in February is a nice time to travel to this “Island Of Gods”.
5 Stunning Experiences On Our Trip To Bali In February
Our trip to Bali in February entailed an excellent mix of all the places such as temples, beaches, waterfalls, monkey forest and more. Read below to find our 5 best experiences from our trip to Bali.
1. Lembongan Beach Club Cruise
Bali hai cruise was one of our favourite experiences while in Bali. On the fourth day of our trip, we boarded the cruise to Lembongan Beach Club with the help of a representative. Upon arrival at one of the best beaches, we were surprised to see the absolute beauty of the place. We indulged in some fun and brilliant watersports at the beach such as snorkelling, banana boat ride and water slide. At the lunchtime, you can as well enjoy the Barbeque buffet lunch which includes a wide selection of food with a range of cocktails. It’s a must visit place for every honeymooner to spend some quality time.
In the later half of the day, we spoke to the amiable locals and the villagers who greeted us with much happiness. They were more than ready to help us with anything we needed. They tried to make our trip more exciting and we really had the best time of our life.
2. Tegallalang Rice Terrace Tour
Rice fields of Ubud is a must-visit place when you are travelling to Bali in February. We visited the Tegallalang Rice Terrace on the second day of our trip. It offers a stunning view of rice terrace fields with the most romantic weather at a height of 600 metres above sea level. It is a perfect place to hold hands with your partner and enjoy the beautiful weather.
Another rice terrace which we visited on the fifth day of our trip as a part of our sightseeing tour was Jatiluwih Rice Terraces. It is a beautiful rice field located on foot of Mountain blessed with a panoramic view. The unique style of rice fields in Bali is surely awe-inspiring and worth visiting. Make sure to start your day early to avoid the heat as well as the crowd. Also, it will help you in getting a perfect picture.
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3. Witnessing Tanah Lot
We started our fifth day quite early to cover many places. We visited the beautiful Ulun Danu Beratan lake temple. This significant lake complex shares scenic beauty with sea temples of Tanah Lot and Uluwatu. After that, we proceeded to visit the most beautiful Tanah Lot Temple. We found Tanah Lot to be the best temples out of all the temples that we visited during our temple hopping in Bali. It offers marvellous architecture and breathtaking sunset views. We experienced the most romantic Tanah Lot sunset which turned out to be one of the best romantic affairs in our lives.
On the same day, we also visited the famous Gitgit waterfalls. We loved every bit of the rejuvenating charm of the waterfall.
4. Exploring Semi-Active Volcano
On the second day of our sightseeing tour, we witnessed the Barong and Keris Dance, traditional Balinese Batik Stone Carving and Art villages and the beautiful Tirta Empul Temple to name a few all of which reflected the rich culture of Bali.
Later in the day, we went on the coffee farm plantations and tasted many varieties of tea and coffee. Each of the favours was very unique and stimulating. It was indeed a great experience to see the making of the most expensive coffee in the world. Then we proceeded with the Kintamani tour which was one of our best highlights to our honeymoon trip to Bali in February. We thoroughly loved the experience of watching the semi-active volcano. The attractive Mount Batur surrounds the 13-square kilometre stunning Batur caldera lake which is a popular fishing spot.
5. Stunning Monkey Forest & Ubud Market
Alas Kedaton Monkey Forest is home to hundreds of Balinese long-tailed monkey in their natural habitat. This lush green forest also houses sacred temple usually referred to as Pura Dalem Kahyangan Kedaton. It was such a wonderful experience to watch the monkeys and the shady ambience provided a relief to us.
Our tour for that day ended with a visit to the colourful Ubud street market. A lot of things excited us while exploring the market. It is a wonder place to find beautiful silk scarves, statues, lightweight shirts, handmade woven bags, kites, baskets or hats.
Our Hotels In Bali
In Ubud, we stayed at Gino Feruci Villa, a 4-star Ubud Villa. The room here was spacious with the facility of a private pool. Lamborgan Island was our point of stay in Bali hai cruises. The internal ambience was so pleasing with excellent hospitality by the staff. In Denpasar we stayed at Park Regis, Studio room. The location of the hotel was excellent and our overall stay was quite comforting.
Food In Bali
Since my wife and I are hardcore vegetarians it was a bit problematic for us to find food in Bali. We heard about this restaurant called “Queens of India” and decided to head there. It actually provides a variety of hardcore delicious Indian cuisine. The restaurant had an absolutely spectacular service and good presentation.
Bali food is usually prepared with a variety of spices, mixed with fresh vegetables, meat and fish. Pisang Goreng, Mie Goreng, Nasi Goreng and Sate are some of the must-try food when in Bali.
Shopping In Bali
Bali is a heaven for shopaholics. You can find almost everything here at a very affordable price. Some of the best things to buy in Bali include gold and silver jewellery, unique Balinese fabrics, art handicrafts, souvenirs, clothes and more.
Bali shopping is quite cheap when compared to shopping in nearby countries like Singapore or Malaysia. Also, like any other market, be prepared to show off your bargaining skills here.
Tips For Bali Travel In February
Make sure to keep these 5 tips in mind to spend your honeymoon like a pro when in Bali.
1. Make sure to always pre-plan your necessary things related to Bali travel in February.
2. Always carry your passport and country local exchange with you.
3. It is counted as an ethic to follow the rules of the country you are travelling to.
4. Don’t forget to take care of your loved ones while holidaying at the beach-y destination.
5. Since you are travelling in the wet season, make sure to carry the rain gears which you might need.
Our Experience With TravelTriangle
Right from the time, we booked our trip through Traveltraingle, their agents impressed us with the services. Everything was perfectly maintained and arranged for us. Not even once, we felt the need to remind them about anything which was undone. The execution was satisfactory for every small thing.
Trvaletrinagle agents extended full support and not only this, but the 7 days and 6 nights package offered to us was within our budget without comprising on any destination in our wishlist.
Excited hearing our experience? Wait no longer and create your own magical memories. Our trip to Bali in February was filled with fun and craziness. We again thank TravelTriangle to convert our dream of travelling to Bali in such a beautiful one. Book your getaway to Bali through Traveltriangle and create memories of a lifetime with your better half.
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Frequently Asked Questions About Visiting Bali In February
Why is Bali famous for tourism?
Bali is the most ideal holiday destination as the island is home to various exotic temples and palaces, exotic beaches. Also, you can indulge yourself in vibrant shopping or some adventurous sports.
How much is a massage in Bali?
Prices for massage in Bali would vary depending on where you go. If you are going for a massage at a hotel it will cost you somewhere around INR 10,000 for an hour. For a more cheaper deal, you can visit a store front spa where you will have to pay INR 6000 for an hour.
How much does a meal cost in Bali?
Bali has cheap as well as expensive places to satisfy your hunger needs. It all depends on the type of restaurant you wish to head to. Food from a regular restaurant will cost you between INR 400 to INR 700.
What currency is used in Bali?
The Indonesian Rupiah is the currency used in Bali. Coins also exist but you won’t find a traveller using them. You can easily find an ATM in all the traveler’s hub.
Should I exchange money before I travel to Bali?
No, you don’t need to worry about exchanging money before your travel. Bali gives you a much better exchange rate than your home country anytime.
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