- 1 How much money do I need for 4 days in Bali?
- 2 How many days should I spend in Bali?
- 3 What can you do in Bali in 5 days?
- 4 Is 3 days in Bali enough?
- 5 Is Bali cheaper than Thailand?
- 6 Is Bali cheap or expensive?
- 7 Which is the best area to stay in Bali?
- 8 What is the best time of year to visit Bali?
- 9 Is Kuta better than Seminyak?
- 10 Should I go to Bali or Thailand?
- 11 What month is the cheapest to fly to Bali?
- 12 What is famous in Bali to buy?
- 13 How Safe Is Bali?
How much money do I need for 4 days in Bali?
How much money will you need for your trip to Bali? You should plan to spend around Rp922,211 ($65) per day on your vacation in Bali, which is the average daily price based on the expenses of other visitors.
How many days should I spend in Bali?
If you just want to visit the main island, a week in Bali is perfect for seeing the most important things. However, if you also want to visit the Gili or the Nusa Islands, I would recommend you spend 8 days in Bali.
What can you do in Bali in 5 days?
The Ultimate 5 Day Bali itinerary – What to Do on the Island
- Stay at Canggu (2 days)
- Visit The Pura Tanah Lot Sea Temple.
- Explore Canggu’s Streets.
- Dinner At The Lawn.
- Day 2.
- Cool Off At Tegenungan Waterfalls.
- Enter The Heart Of Ubud.
- Enjoy A Sunset At Tegalalang Rice Terrace.
Is 3 days in Bali enough?
3 or 4 days in Bali is probably enough time to lounge at a beach club, see the rice fields, go shopping in Seminyak and maybe see a monkey. Although it is common for some Australians to take short holidays to Bali, 3 days just seems a bit pointless to me and is always going to be more trouble than it is worth.
Is Bali cheaper than Thailand?
1. Re: Which is cheaper Bali or Thailand? Bali is generally cheaper for most things but Thailand overall is of a higher standard eg – Kuta/Legian etc is quite dirty and facilities etc low grade where Thailand (Phuket) is much cleaner.
Is Bali cheap or expensive?
Bali is already the most expensive tourist destination in Indonesia and is slowly becoming more expensive as tourists discover more of Bali, but cheap food and accommodation are still widely available if you don’t mind basic accommodations, stick to your budget, and bargain respectfully for prices.
Which is the best area to stay in Bali?
BEST AREAS TO STAY IN BALI
- Ubud, the best place to sleep in Bali and get around the island.
- Kuta and Legian, one of the most popular areas to stay in Bali.
- Seminyak, the best neighborhood in Bali to stay in.
- Canggu, one of the best places to stay in Bali.
- Jimbaran, where to find some of the best hotels in Bali.
What is the best time of year to visit Bali?
The best time to visit Bali is between April and October, the island’s dry season. Bali experiences only two seasons: the rainy season and the dry season. Throughout the year, the daytime temps hover between the mid-80s and low 90s, with only the humidity and precipitation patterns changing.
Is Kuta better than Seminyak?
They both have beaches, resorts, and good nightlife but each attracts a different type of tourist. Kuta tends to attract backpackers or people that are on a budget looking to party. While Seminyak is more upmarket been full of resorts, bars, and hotels and attracts families and people with a bit more money.
Should I go to Bali or Thailand?
Thailand wins our vote here with its wider range of activities and cuisines, cheaper on-ground costs and greater family-friendly appeal. It’s best for foodies, beach lovers and culture. If you’re after a better party scene or surf however, then Bali is the place to go.
What month is the cheapest to fly to Bali?
February is the cheapest month to fly to Bali, has cheaper accommodation and is quieter as a result of the rainy season.
What is famous in Bali to buy?
What to Buy in Bali?
- Jewellery. Source. Silverware is one of the best things to buy in all of Bali.
- Chocolates and Coffee. Source.
- Fragrances. Source.
- Bags. Source.
- Handicrafts. Source.
- Streetwear. Source.
- Beachwear. Source.
- Clothing. Source.
How Safe Is Bali?
Bali is safe to visit. And whilst petty crime does pose a little bit of a problem, there were ‘only’ a total of 3,347 criminal cases recorded. That’s 1 case per 1,700 tourists and that’s a number that down from the year before. Violent crime itself is relatively low as well.