The Do's and Don'ts for a memorable Bali trip
In this blog, we'll guide you through the essential do's and don'ts to help you make the most of your time in Bali.
Respect Local Customs and Traditions: Bali is deeply rooted in Hinduism, and religious customs play a significant role in daily life. Respect the local culture by dressing modestly when visiting temples and attending ceremonies. Cover your shoulders and knees, and remember to remove your shoes before entering religious sites.
While snorkeling or diving, never touch or disturb the coral reefs or marine life. Engage in eco-friendly practices, such as using reef-safe sunscreen, to protect the delicate underwater environment.
Bali's culinary scene is a delight for food enthusiasts. Do eat at local Warungs. The Indonesian cuisine is amazing. Look for busy warungs with a steady stream of customers, as this is often an indication of good food quality and cleanliness. If you ever find yourself close to Kuta, you should definitely go to Legian foodcourt! Don't hesitate to stop bij a red Warung called chops88. Lily will cook her honey chicken cashew with all her love for you.
While popular tourist spots like Ubud, Kuta, Seminyak and Canggu offer their own charms, don't hesitate to venture off the beaten path and explore the lesser-known parts of Bali. Discover hidden waterfalls, traditional villages, and serene rice terraces that showcase the island's authentic beauty. For example join us on our Lovina tour and see what the north of Bali has to offer.
Bali's tropical climate can be intense, so staying hydrated is crucial. Carry a (sustainable) water bottle and drink plenty of fluids throughout the day. Additionally, don't forget to wear sunscreen, a hat, and lightweight, breathable clothing to protect yourself from the sun's rays.