Mighty beaches, hidden waterfalls, ancient temples and lush rice fields are awaiting to be discovered.
Since relocating to Bali in 2020, we’ve become enamoured with the island’s huge diversity – culturally, scenically, and spiritually.
We’ve zigzagged from top tourist destinations like Ubud and Nusa Penida to lesser-known treasures like the serene Sidemen Valley and the highland haven of Munduk. And guess what? Our exploration list isn’t even close to being exhausted.
We frequently set out on mini-adventures across the island, continually updating our recommendations. Just recently, we enjoyed a few days in Kintamani, soaking up its volcanic panoramas while sipping on some of the best local coffee we’ve ever tasted.
Our ongoing Bali residence not only deepens our understanding of local life but also enables us to provide timely, firsthand information. So whether you’re planning to explore the lush terraced rice fields or dive into Bali’s vibrant nightlife, you can trust that our insights are up-to-date and deeply rooted in extended experience.
THINGS TO DO IN BALI
WHERE TO STAY IN BALI & HOTEL GUIDES
Bali is super diverse and offers something for everyone. From lively Seminyak and Canggu, cultural Ubud, and epic beaches of Uluwatu to off-beaten track places such as Sidemen or Lovina.
BEST BALI BEACHES
If you’re a beach lover, you will love visiting all the incredible beaches on the island! For the most beautiful beaches, head to Uluwatu or Nusa Dua.
Canggu is where Bali expats (including us) live. Here, you can find a vast selection of fantastic cafes and coworking spaces, good but busy surfing spots and great nightlife.
Boasting unworldly landscapes and Instagram-famous viewpoints, Nusa Penida is one of the best day trips from Bali!
SIDEMEN & EAST BALI
An off-beaten track destination in Bali, boasting incredible viewpoints, quaint temples, waterfalls and scenic rice fields, but most incredible – super friendly people.