25 Things We Love About Bali
In spite of the highs and lows we’ve been through, we have cool people with friendly reminders and reasons of why this island is so great in the first place
15 (Places to Eat) Under 50 (Thousand Rupiahs)
While we’re picky loaders, we’re not necessarily picky eaters. And we think one of the most exciting parts of travelling in Bali is trying the street food. So we go warung style, and pick 15 F&B joints where you can have fulfilling meals and/or drinks under Rp.50,000.
15 (Places to Stay) Under 50 (Dollars)
We have an endless selection of budget accommodations in Bali – with the cheapest reaching as low as Rp.50,000 (roughly US$4), but of course we don’t want to just pick the next roll-up mattress or someone’s couch. We are a bunch of picky loaders, so while we want to save money as much as we can, we still look for comfort and good service. So here are 15 options under US$50 that can give that.
5 New Eat Streets of Bali
With Bali’s culinary scene constantly developing, you practically could walk into a neighbourhood one day to eat, then comes again next month to find there are five more new places just opened nearby! Yeah, we’re looking at you, Batu Bolong. It’s great for food fans, but sometimes you want something that’s not too crowded, and rather having the sense of unfounded. Well, all you have to do is just stray a few steps away from the usual hotspots, and you’ll find other hidden spots on a quieter road worth to check.
7 Authentic Balinese Dishes You Need to Taste
Bali’s culinary scene is developing so fast that in just one week, you must’ve tried at least one new eating place. Some of you – tourists and residents alike – may even have tried the must-try dishes based on TripAdvisor ratings. But the soul of Balinese cuisine does not lie with restaurants that have a week-long waiting list. It’s actually in the warung in the faraway regions. If you’re up for a more cultural and thorough gastronomic adventure, then this list is for you.