2 settimane a Bali. 3 proposte di itinerario

Togliendo 2 giorni di viaggio per A/R rimangono 13 giorni per esplorare l’isola.

In questo articolo vi propongo 3 diversi itinerari  a seconda di cosa vi piace fare.

Non sono itinerari dedicati SOLO allo sport o alla cultura o al mare,  ma tour completi per chi desidera, per la prima volta, scoprire l’isola nella sua totalità, in 2 settimane.

Itinerario 1..

  • Iniziate il vostro viaggio rilassandovi sull’assolata spiaggia di Seminyak, concedendovi relax e divertimento nei locali super esclusivi della zona di Kuta-Seminyak . 3 giorni basteranno per riprendervi dal fuso e dalle fatiche lavorative dell’anno.

tour bali 2 settimane

  • Proseguite il vostro tour per scoprire l’isola dirigendovi ad Ubud, cuore pulsante dell’isola. Sostate almeno 4 giorni, entrate nella cultura balinese assistendo a danze tipiche, celebrazioni al tempio, sperimentando la cucina tipica nei numerosi warung. Perdetevi nelle risaie appena a Nord di Ubud e respirate l’atmosfera magica del riso.

tour bali 2 settimane

Per chi ama il Trekking

  • Continuate verso Nord-Est, alle pendici del Monte Agung . Sostate una notte nella zona e programmate un trekking all’alba sin in cima al vulcano. Spostatevi verso la zona dei laghi per sostare a Munduk e riprendervi dalle fatiche della salita. Rilassatevi per 2 giorni tra la verde jungla, cascate e coltivazioni di fragole.

tour bali 2 settimane

  • Scendete verso sud attraversando verdi risaie e sostate per qualche giorno a Balian Beach, potrete godere di onde e surfisti esperti e scoprire i templi circostanti.

tour bali 2 settimane


  • Iniziate il vostro viaggio rilassandovi sull’assolata spiaggia di Seminyak , concedendovi relax e divertimento nei locali super esclusivi della zona di Kuta-Seminyak. 3 giorni basteranno per riprendervi dal fuso e dalle fatiche lavorative dell’anno.

La Plancha. Seminyak

Potato head

raccolta del riso

Cafe Kolaka. Mie Goreng . Ubud

Per chi ama associare mare e cultura 

  • Continuate il vostro tour dedicando un giorno alla visita dei templi sulla strada per Amed . Dal tempio madre Pura Besakih, Tirta Gangga al Pura Lempuian. Sostate 3 giorni ad Amed. Dedicatevi allo snorkeling e alle immersioni. Spostatevi verso la zona dei laghi, godete dell’aria pura e del cielo terso, visitate il tempio sul lago e sostate 1 notte sulle terrazze di Jatiluwith.

Gunung Kawi. Ubud


Pura Lempuyang

Pura Lempuyang sul vulcano Agung

  • Scendete verso sud attraversando verdi risaie e sostate per qualche giorno a Canggu , potrete godere insieme all’atmosfera hippy, onde e surfisti esperti.

Old man Canggu


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Jatiluwih risaie

Per chi ama il mare

  • Proseguite la vostra vacanza verso Sud concedendovi 4/5 giorni di puro relax
  • Con bambini

Sanur: resort in riva al mare, spiagge attrezzate con acque calme e tranquille. Risulta essere un po’ artificiosa e un po’ noiosa per adulti e adolescenti, ma sicuramente adatta ai bambini

tour bali 2 settimane

Nusa Dua : resort di grandi catene alberghiere direttamente sulla spiaggia di sabbia bianca. Acque calme e protette, vita tranquilla, passeggiatine serali e relax. Adatto ai bambini.

tour bali 2 settimane

Esplorate tutta la penisola di Bukit, scoprite tutti i break nascosti nelle spiagge del sud

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2 Day Itinerary

Perfect 2 days in Bali Itinerary: Islands, food & nature

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There are so many awe-inspiring things about Bali that planning a trip there, especially if it is a short one, can be hectic. That said, with only two days in hand the task becomes even more overwhelming. However, this 2 days in Bali itinerary and guide has been crafted specially to maintain the level of excitement, and explain how to make the most of your mini holiday in the island of the Gods .

The climate of Bali is warm and tropical all year. Overall, the best time to plan a trip is between the months of May and September when it is sunny and dry. There is more to this island than just parties. While South Bali has some lovely beaches and islands , Ubud in Central Bali is home to temples and stunning rice fields . Hikers will enjoy the trek to Mount Batur, while North Bali is all about volcanoes, dense jungles and some good sites for diving.

Using Airbnb is the best way to book your accommodation in Bali. From rooms with big discounts to unique tree houses and beach villas with swimming pools, there is no dearth of staying options suitable for all needs and budgets. Since your trip is short try out Singgah Hotel or Grandmas Plus Hotel(both under $20/-per night).

2 days in Bali Itinerary and guide


Seminyak is the ideal starting point for your two day Bali trip as the airport is a short distance away and some nice beach attractions here can be navigated on foot. Since you have just 48 hours, start early on your first day to get a taste of local flavour. Hire a car in advance and make good use of it by heading straight to Batubulan Village , known the world over for the Barong at Kris Balinese dance.This one hour performance from 930am to 1030am is a must watch.

The Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park is located about forty five minutes drive away from Batubulan and is a major attraction with tourists.You can easily spend hours and hours strolling in this 60 hectares complex admiring the majestic statues on the premises.Take the loop shuttle to save time and energy. End your morning with lunch at Berenda which serves some of the best local food in Bali.

Entrance fee to the park is IDR 125,000 for foreigners and for the train IDR 20,000.

No trip to Bali can be deemed complete without visiting the temples. After your afternoon trip to the cultural park visit the stunning Uluwatu Temple which is located on a cliff some 70m high overlooking the sea. Catch the evening kevac drama and marvel at the panoramic vistas, surrounding landscapes and the surreal sunsets. Beware of the macaque monkeys which inhabit the temple premises. They are known to steal things in a jiffy.This region is also a haven for surfers due to the ideal wind and waves condition.

Kuta Beach for sunrise


For a charming late evening experience, pay a visit to the Pasar Gianyar Market . This place remains open till 11am and offers a great chance to go on a shopping spree and pamper your taste buds with local food. Interact with the locals, wander around the stalls to gain an in-depth knowledge about the Balinese culture.

Back in Seminyak you can explore the scores of nightlife spots or some of the fantastic art galleries and shopping outlets. You can rejuvenate yourself with an ocean-side massage at Seminyak Beach or just chill at any of the swanky beachside bars and watch the world go by. You can choose either Ku De Ta or Potato Head where you can enjoy a can of Bintang for just a few dollars.

If you prefer to spend time at a night bar head for Rock Bar Bali at the Ayana Resort and enjoy views of the vast ocean from the cliff face or opt for a traditional dinner at Ultimo in Seminyak.


People flock to Bali for its beaches, so a major part of your second day should be devoted to this experience. Start in Kuta , the beach nearest the International Airport of Ngurah Rai. You can spend the morning here sunbathing or surfing.

Surfboards under a palm tree on Kuta Beach Bali Indonesia : 2 days in Bali itinerary

There is another pristine sandy stretch, some 35 km northwest of Kuta known as Echo Beach in Canggu, which happens to be another great surfing spot.These beaches are, however, always crowded by locals which makes moving around a bit difficult.

Nusa Dua beach is about thirty minutes drive from Kuta and is the best beach for swimming as the waves are low and the current is not swift. After a brief halt, drive to Serangan harbour and take the thirty minute fast boat ride to Nusa Lembongan . Once there, rent a scooter as the roads are quite narrow. If you are hungry, the best local restaurant is Pondok Baruna Warung and try out their signature dish, grilled pork belly with rice and vegetables.

One of the major highlights of Nusa Lembongan is Devil’s Tear. The place is very picturesque and great for photography if you can stand the bus loads of tourists coming and going. Take a walk further down the coastline to take pictures as there will be no crowds there. In a small cove near Devil’s Tear lies Dream Beach , one of the most beautiful in Indonesia. Spend some time here and head to the harbor to catch your last boat back to Serengan harbour at around 430pm.

Take some time out of your busy schedule and indulge in some private spa treatment at the Prana Spa .This beautiful wellness center, set in a middle eastern environment, is one of the best on the island and highly recommended.

Depending on the time at hand before your flight takes off you can try and squeeze a couple of things before you head to the airport.The Denpasar area, close to the airport, has some excellent markets where the locals do their shopping. Kumbasari is the largest traditional Indonesian market. You can also try Sulawesi Street for fabrics

Alternative trips

Ubud is the epitome of Balinese culture, but most people appreciate visiting it if they are on a longer trip. Having said that, if you want to skip the beach tour, Ubud is a good alternative for a day trip on your second morning from Seminyak, as it is just 30km away. The best way to get to Ubud is by driving or hiring a car for the day.

They say the true beauty of Bali can be discovered only when you venture away from the coast towards the hills.This is why Ubud has become the most popular destination of Central Bali, even though it tends to get overcrowded at times.

Since this is going to be the last day of your trip, you must make the most of it. Mas village , located to the southeast of Ubud will be the first stop. Some of the best wood carving work is done here where  visitors can learn the craft in detail.

The next stop will be the Sacred Monkey Forest , home to hundreds of free roaming long tailed macaques and some other tropical animals.There are several hidden temples, including Dalem Aging Temple, inside the forest as well which are worth exploring.The monkeys are considered to be the guardians of these temples as they have been designed for them. Beware of the cheeky ones from a troupe who may try to pinch something from your bags or even your pocket if you are not careful.

Stop at the Alas Restaurant , the only certified Warung(small) eatery in Ubud overlooking the amazing rice fields. Tables are laid on the hill sides and serve typical Balinese cuisine in a beautiful natural setting.

One of the most striking attractions of Ubud are the Tegalalang Rice Terraces, located around 10km from Ubud, which provide spectacular views of the rice fields from above and across the valley. The series of rice paddies are a form of a traditional irrigation system in Bali known as subak. The lovely scenery and the cool mountain breeze makes for a highly enjoyable trip.

An Ubud whitewater rafting trip is the perfect way to experience the essence of the rainforests of Bali as this adventure on the rapids is suitable for everyone. Located just 5km away from Ubud village, the Ayung River. There are as many as 33 class II and class III rapids throughout the 9.6km of rafting stretch.This two hour activity is a must on any Ubud itinerary.

On the way back from rafting, have a glimpse of the stunning local artwork by famous Balinese workers. The outlets can be found all over Ubud with some of the reputed ones being Naka Contemporary Art Gallery and Ayung Rai Museum of Art.

Enjoy the evening in Ubud with a meal at any of the Balinese restaurants which showcase traditional dances and orchestras.Try the Laka Leke restaurant for dinner with cultural programs or a live gamelan orchestra performance at the Ubud Royal Palace ( Puri Saren Ubud ) which begins at 730pm. Built in true Balinese style, the building has been well preserved throughout the ages with well kept gardens and banyan trees.

#2 Kintamani & Tanah Lot tour

This is another very popular full day Bali tour covering the iconic Kintamani Volcano and a sunset view from Tanah Lot. Stop enroute at the picturesque Celuk Village to see firsthand how local Balinese jewelers make exquisite gold and silver ornaments.

The drive continues till you reach the Tirta Empul Temple where you can see the spring water known to have purification powers. After paying respects at the temple your next destination is the lovely Kintamani Village which provides remarkable views of the Mount Batur Volcano. Enjoy lunch at a local restaurant overlooking Lake Batur.

After lunch, pay a visit to the beautiful Tegalalang Rice Fields and marvel at the rows of rice fields below. Your last stop before you head back will be the awesome Tanah Lot Temple , located on an island, and watch the amazing sun setting over the ocean and views of the beach below.

Was a two day trip worth it?

Everyone is aware that Bali is an island of multiple attractions with almost endless activities and experiences. If you keep this in mind, two days would not even scrape their surface and in no way represent what this lovely destination has to offer as a whole. However, considering that there are so many cheap flights on offer, there is no harm in discovering a place like Bali even though you have limited time as it makes for a great stopover, especially between Australia and Europe. 

For a magical trip to Bali, a longer stay is highly recommended. Take it from me, it will be an unforgettable experience. And if by chance you can’t spare extra days, you always have the option to return.

Read : How to spend 14 days in Bali

Safety & Budget advice

Apart from being a prime active volcano and earthquake prone region, the natural aspect of Bali might sound scary to visitors. While petty crime is also an issue at the end of the day Bali is very safe.

The most expensive factor about budgeting your Bali trip will be the flight, so book several months in advance. With regards to budget, Bali can cater to the affluent traveler and budget savvy backpacker alike. If you can avoid Kuta and Ubud, the other parts of the island are not only less busy but are free from touts and crowds. Some other tips that will help in reducing the costs are:

  • Eat local food
  • Opt for free transfers
  • Carry a reusable bottle.
  • Use reputable ATM’s
  • The blue taxis marked ‘Bali Taxi’ are the most honest & reliable.

The bottom line

There is something in Bali for everybody. This two day itinerary covers the major attractions but ultimately there are so many, to choose the ones you like best will depend entirely on your preferences, taste, budget and how quickly you want to travel.

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About the Guest Writer:  Jo is the creator of the travel blog  WanderwithJo . She is a globetrotter based in India. Follow her adventures on  Instagram

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2 Week Bali Itinerary – The Ultimate Guide For 2023

Looking for the perfect 2 week Bali itinerary? Here’s the guide you need!

Bali is rated as one of the BEST travel destinations in the world and a holiday to this magical island should be at the top of your Bucket List!

Having spent a lot of time in Bali over the years, I know the island like the back of my hand which is why I am certain that this 2 Week Bali Itinerary is the only guide you’ll need.

There are so many awesome things to see and do during your 2 weeks in Bali, including sandy beaches, volcanic landscapes, raging waterfalls, world-class surf breaks, beautiful rice terraces, and much more!

So let’s get started and go through everything you need to know about what to do in Bali for 2 weeks!

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Table of Contents


Here is an overview of an ideal 2 Week Bali Itinerary with my recommendations of places to visit in this order:

  • Canggu (3 days)
  • Bedugul (2 days)
  • Ubud (3 days)
  • Nusa Islands (4 days)
  • Uluwatu (2 days)

Let’s go into more detail about the best things to do on your Bali route 2 weeks and where to stay in each of these locations!

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DAY 1, 2 & 3: CANGGU

Canggu is one of the most popular places to stay in Bali, attracting digital nomads, surfers, skaters, yogis, foodies, and travelers alike.

It’s safe to say that Canggu is not to be missed during your visit to the Island of Gods.

The easiest and most convenient way to get from the airport to Canggu upon arrival is to book a shared minivan or a private transfer online in advance.

I always use Viator to book all of my transport, tours, and activities in Bali as they are the most reputable and reliable tour company.

Canggu has almost everything you can think of including healthy cafes, yoga studios, gymnasiums, co-working spaces, trendy bars, nightclubs, skateparks, tattoo studios, world-class surf beaches, music venues, local markets, hostels, beach resorts, and the list goes on!

Canggu is definitely where you’ll want to spend the first few days of your two weeks in Bali.

Best Bars In Canggu

  • Atlas Beach Club

Atlas Beach Club is the biggest beach club in the world and is not to be missed during your visit to Canggu!

Immerse yourself in Balinese culture by witnessing the traditional Kecak Dance as well as enjoying a top-notch beach club experience, welcoming services, and delicate cuisine.

  • Finn’s Beach Club
  • Black Sand Brewery

Best Cafes In Canggu

  • Hungry Bird
  • Copenhagen Canggu

Best Beaches In Canggu

  • Old Man’s Beach
  • Pig Stone Beach


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Canggu has hundreds of accommodation options to choose from, so I have narrowed it down to a few of the best places to stay in Canggu to suit the needs of luxury travelers, budget backpackers, and everyone in between.

See the list of accommodations below that I personally recommend for your itinerary Bali 2 weeks.


This 5-star One-Bedroom Villa is located in the heart of Canggu and just a stone’s throw from Berawa Beach.

Blossom Eco Luxe Villa offers a bohemian design with a swimming pool, garden, day bed, kitchen area, and a large bedroom with a private ensuite.

Guests can also enjoy an included breakfast with lots of healthy options to choose from.

It’s the perfect, luxurious place to stay in Canggu for couples.



The Surf Motel Canggu is an awesome 3-star accommodation for less than $50. 

Features include a rooftop pool and bar with ocean views, a shared lounge with a working space, and close to clubs, cafes, restaurants, and the beach. 

There are double rooms available with air conditioning, spacious living, private ensuites, and free wifi. Scooter rental is also available. 

Great place to stay for couples and friends.



Located just minutes from Prerenan Beach, Tribal is the best hostel in Canggu!

With sleek, custom-designed private and dorm rooms to ensure a good night’s sleep, Tribal is Bali’s newest and most modern hostel that comes with a twist.

Features include a coworking space with high-speed Wi-Fi, a billiards table, an outdoor swimming pool, a cocktail bar, and a restaurant serving up coffee and tasty food.

Recommended place to stay for solo travelers, couples, and friends.

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Day 4 & 5: bedugul (north bali).

Bedugul is the Real Bali as I like to call it and it’s one of the most beautiful regions to explore during your visit.

Located a 1.5-hour drive from Canggu is where you will find Bedugul – a mountainous lakeside village where the true Balinese culture can be experienced.

Bedugul is most famous for its twin crater lakes, countless waterfalls, panoramic viewpoints, traditional temples, and more.

I recommend allowing at least two days of your 2 week Bali itinerary to explore the best of the best that Bedugul has to offer.


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Best Things To Do In Bedugul – 2 Week Bali Itinerary

  • Danu Beratan Temple
  • Handara Gate
  • Nungnung Waterfall
  • Jatiluwih Rice Terraces – UNESCO Site
  • Sekumpul Waterfall
  • Leke Leke Waterfall
  • Wanagiri Hidden Hills Viewpoint
  • Banyuwana Amertha Waterfall
  • Aling Aling Waterfall

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Bedugul has dozens of accommodation options to choose from, so I have narrowed it down to a few of the best places to stay in Bedugul for all budgets.

See the list of accommodations below that I personally recommend for a great two weeks Bali itinerary.


This lakeside villa is the ultimate luxury in Bedugul boasting incredible views of the lake and the surrounding mountain ranges.

Featuring 3 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, a kitchen and living area, beautiful gardens, a patio, and much more!

For just $100 a night, this is the perfect place for a couple, a group of friends, or a family to base themselves while on their two weeks in Bali itinerary.



Handara Golf Resort is a 3-star resort set in the beautiful mountains of Bedugul featuring a Japanese restaurant and bar, a tennis court, a wellness spa, and an 18-hole golf course.

The rooms are large and each has a private bathroom, a seating area, a minibar, free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TV, and lake views.

It’s the perfect place to stay in Bedugul on a mid-range budget for families, friends, and couples on their two week itinerary Bali.

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Pondok Nyoman is the best budget accommodation in Bedugul for solo travelers or couples.

They have double rooms available with spacious living, a balcony, air conditioning, and a private bathroom.

Other features include a shared lounge, rice terrace views, a swimming pool, a restaurant, free Wi-Fi, and breakfast is included for all guests.


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Day 6, 7 & 8: ubud.

Ubud is the central hub of Bali that is most famous for its rainforest yoga retreats, traditional arts and crafts, other-worldly rice terraces, raging waterfalls, monkey forests, and ancient holy sites.

Ubud is on the radar for most tourists which is why I have included it in this 2 week Bali itinerary.

It’s the perfect place to immerse yourself in nature for a few days away from the rat race.

Whether you want to unwind and relax or adventure and explore, Ubud has the best of both worlds, and you can’t miss it when preparing a Bali 14 days itinerary!


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Best Things To Do In Ubud – 2 Weeks In Bali

  • Tegallalang Rice Terraces
  • Tibumana Waterfall
  • Ubud Elephant Sanctuary
  • 10 Best Restaurants In Ubud
  • Yellow Waterfall
  • Pura Lempuyang Temple
  • Mount Agung Sunrise Viewpoint
  • Hideout Bali Jungle Villa

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Ubud has hundreds of accommodation options, from private pool villas to budget guesthouses, and everything in between.

I have narrowed down a few of the best places to stay in Ubud during your Bali itinerary 2 weeks.


The Four Seasons Resort is the definition of luxury and is set amidst a lush, tropical valley in the center of Ubud.

There is a range of different villas and suites to choose from, each featuring spacious rooms with a private bathroom, a dining and sitting area with sofas, flat-screen TV, and an outdoor terrace.

It’s one of the best places to stay in Ubud for couples, friends, and families.



This beautiful 3-star accommodation is located in the heart of Ubud and is within walking distance to the monkey forest and other tourist attractions.

The rooms are spacious and feature a swimming pool, a flat-screen TV, a seating area, an outdoor balcony, a private bathroom, and free Wi-Fi.

A great place to stay on a mid-range budget for couples, families, and friends on their 14 days Bali itinerary.

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Puri Garden is one of the best hostels in Ubud, close to all the main sights, shops, restaurants, and the Yoga Barn.

The rooms have a Balinese feel with a modern touch in a beautiful spacious location, including a gorgeous garden, swimming pool, lounge, cinema room, and restaurant area.

Recommended for couples and friends traveling on a budget and planning a 2 weeks itinerary Bali.


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Day 9, 10, 11 & 12: the nusa islands.

The Nusa Islands in Bali are three of the most beautiful and adventurous islands that are not to be missed on your 2 week Bali itinerary!

A short thirty-minute boat from mainland Bali and you will arrive at the foreshores of the Nusa Islands.

Whether you are an adrenaline junkie who loves the thrill of heights and cliff jumping or a laid-back beachgoer who loves those sun-kissed hammock days and snorkeling the reefs, the Nusa Islands has something for everyone to enjoy on their Bali 2 week itinerary!

I recommend beginning your Nusa Islands adventure on Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Ceningan for the first 2 days and then transferring from here over to Nusa Penida for 2 days.

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Ferries operate daily to Nusa Islands from Sanur Harbor in South East Bali.

Be sure to book the ferry online  in advance to be guaranteed the lowest price when organizing your Bali 2 week itinerary.

The ferry ticket to the Nusa Islands also includes a hotel pick-up from your accommodation in Bali and a drop-off directly to the pier at Sanur Harbor.

The boat trip takes approximately 45-minutes to reach the Nusa Islands.

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DAY 13 & 14: ULUWATU

Uluwatu is located on the Bukit Peninsula in Bali’s south and it’s a must-see region on the famed Island of Gods.

Uluwatu is most famous for its magnificent beaches , but on top of that, you can find rugged limestone cliff faces, world-class surf breaks, insane sunset viewpoints, clifftop bars, health cafes, skate parks, traditional temples, and much more!

Do I need to keep going to explain why it’s one of the best places to stay in Bali ?!

The Bukit Peninsula is one of my favorite places to hang out in Bali and I highly recommend spending the last couple of days of your 2 week Bali itinerary in Uluwatu.


Private Tour Bali Beaches and Uluwatu Temple with Dinner

The best way to discover Uluwatu is by joining a Tour of Uluwatu With Traditional Fire Dance !

Best Cafes In Uluwatu

  • Drifter Cafe
  • Cashew Tree
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Best Bars In Uluwatu

  • Uluwatu Cliffhouse

Best Viewpoints In Uluwatu

  • Karang Boma Cliff
  • Jaran Hill 
  • Uluwatu Temple

Best Beaches In Uluwatu

  • Bingin Beach
  • Padang Padang Beach
  • Suluban Beach

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Uluwatu has hundreds of accommodations to choose from so I have narrowed it down to a few of the best places to stay during your 2 weeks in Bali.

Below you’ll find properties suitable for luxury travelers, budget backpackers, and everyone in between for your Bali two week itinerary.


Anantara Resort is at the height of luxury, located on the edge of the cliffs in Uluwatu overlooking the ocean.

Features include an infinity pool, fitness center, spa, multiple restaurants, bars, and on-site cultural workshops.

There are many different rooms, suites, and villas on offer to suit everyone’s needs. The overall best place to end your Bali 2 weeks itinerary.



Sal Secret Spot is the best place to stay in Uluwatu for travelers on a mid-range budget.

Features include a swimming pool, beautiful gardens, and a restaurant, and it’s located just a few minutes walk to Bingin Beach.

The rooms are spacious and have a terrace, a private bathroom, a minibar, air conditioning, and free Wi-Fi.



Located on the hillside overlooking the ocean, One Degree Sunset Hill is the best hostel in Uluwatu.

This property offers dorm rooms and private rooms, and other features include an infinity pool, a tour desk, and breakfast is included for all guests.


For All Other Places To Stay In Uluwatu, Search on Booking.com

Things to know before you go.

Below you’ll find some handy tips to know before you go so you can plan the perfect 2 weeks in Bali.


When paying for things in cash, the only currency accepted in Bali is Indonesian Rupiah (IDR) and the exchange rate is approximately $1 USD = 15,000 IDR.

Credit cards can also be used as a method of payment in most hotels, restaurants, and shops, as well as Visa and Mastercard which are widely accepted.

You should be aware of the foreign transaction fees when making a payment outside your country or in another currency which could increase your overall expenses.

To avoid any bad exchange fees, I recommend applying for a Wise card when planning your Bali itinerary 2 weeks.

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Purchasing a sim card in Bali is very cheap and simple and you can do this at the airport when you arrive.

For approximately $7 USD, you can get a local sim card that comes with 10GB of data with calls and texts included.

Alternatively, I recommend purchasing an eSIM before you arrive and get instant access to the internet as soon as you touch down and start your 2 week itinerary Bali.

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Bali is a year-round destination, however, the best time to visit Bali for perfect weather and fewer tourists is between the months of April and October.

The wet season in Bali is from December through to February, and during these months you can expect sporadic downpours and increased humidity due to its tropical climate.

This is also the peak season for tourists arriving in Bali during the Christmas and New Year holiday seasons, so expect it to be crowded at all the attractions.

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When entering Bali, there is a Visa On Arrival policy that allows tourists to stay for a maximum of 30 days in Indonesia and the cost is $35 USD.

If you wish to stay in Bali for more than 30 days, you can extend to a 60-day visa at an additional cost.

It requires a visit to the immigration office to hand in your passport, and scan your fingerprints, and then once processed, you can pick up your passport a week later.

I recommend getting in touch with Bali Legals Visa Agent to help you with the visa extension process.



There are several transportation methods for getting around the island which I have outlined below.

The most common way for tourists to get around during their two weeks in Bali is by renting a scooter .

You can book a scooter rental online in advance and this includes a drop-off to your accommodation with a full tank of gas.

Be aware that the roads in Bali are chaotic and if you don’t have experience riding a scooter in such conditions, perhaps is better to use other methods of transport.

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If you are not comfortable riding a scooter on the roads of Bali, the other alternative is to use Go-Jek and Grab Taxi services.

Download the apps for free from the App Store and you’ll need a local number to register before you can start using the service.

If you are traveling solo, you can select the motorbike taxi option within the Go-Jek and Grab app which is by far the cheapest mode of transport to get you from A to B.


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Another great option for getting on your 2 weeks in Bali itinerary is to hire a private car and a driver for the day and experience all that the island has to offer.

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24 thoughts on “2 Week Bali Itinerary – The Ultimate Guide For 2023”

Hi What an impressive and detailed itinerary you’ve got in here. Me & my wife are visiting Bali for 12 days in June. Can you suggest some good places to stay in Gili Islands.

Our tentative itineray is Ulluwatu(2) – Seminyak(2) – Canggu(1) – Gili Islands(2) – Nusa Penida(2) – Ubud(3) Let me know if we should add/edit something here.

Glad you loved the itinerary! Gili Islands are great, whatever your budget is I am positive you’ll find what you’re looking for on Bookingcom. Enjoy your trip to Bali!

Hello Jonny!

I’m so glad I found your itinerary, as I’m planning our summer family vacation, hoping boarder opens again to visit Bali!

While COVID-19 times, would you recommend stay longer than two weeks, in order to do as much as possible, but having a good rest between places and doing private excursions to avoid crowds? If so, what would you add to the itinerary?

Also, would you advise us to avoid going to Canggu or that kind of touristy places?

Or, maybe, just leave it for the end of the trip, so if something happens about Covid-19, we would leave the island and rest at home safely?

Finally, would you say a month in July-August would be too tiring from the weather point of view ?

We really enjoy spending time on nature and outdoor activities, but we are also trying to scape from Dubai’s heat, where you definitely cannot stay outside during the day!

Thanks again for your time and sharing your experience with us, dreaming of visiting Bali!

Hugs. Alejandra, humble chilean living in Dubai…

Hey! Glad you loved this itinerary. I always recommend spending longer than 2 weeks in Bali as there is so much to see and do. Canggu is great for a few days, but if you don’t like crowds or hustle and bustle this isn’t the place to be. July-August is a great time of year to visit. Very hot but no rainfall which is a bonus when planning activities.

For other things to do in Bali, check out my latest posts here – https://www.jonnymelon.com/bali/

Hope you have a great time!

Hi Jonny! I love your itinerary! I have been researching Bali as a honeymoon for my fiancé and I in October 2021. I have read that Amed would would be a nice place to visit that is less touristy. How would you work Amed into the itinerary you gave without adding additional days?

Hey Caitlin, glad you loved this article! I would say you could remove Bedugul from the itinerary and replace it with Amed. A good route would be to go from Canggu to Ubud, then to Amed, then Nusa Islands, and ending in Uluwatu. I hope this helps and enjoy your honeymoon!

Thank you so much for this! I´m going to Bali, well next year with everything that is going on and really wanted to have a set plan, and I´m going to follow your itinerary as I love it!

Look forward to travelling more and hopefully get some more from you!

Hey Triana, thanks so much for reading and glad you found this guide useful. Enjoy your trip to Bali!

This is exactly what I was looking for! Thanks 🙂

Hi Amy, you are most welcome! Enjoy Bali!

Hi! This looks awesome! Haven’t read the whole post yet but its looks amazing! Can you please write something about the price for the whole trip? Also, great job with all the photos! /Sanne

Hi, thanks for reading. I would say around $1500 for 2 weeks. Hope this helps and enjoy!

Thank you for the great article, Bali looks so amazing! My fiancee and I will be going to Bali for our 2 week honeymoon in September 2020. I’ve seen your most recent reply, but we were thinking for sure Ubud, Uluwatu, (Canguu or Bedugul), and (Nusa or Gili islands). Any recommendations on the last two? Bedugul seems amazing, but wondering if it can be done in a full day trip from somewhere else. Nusa just seems like a most see, but Gili looks equally breathtaking! We’re looking to only stay in 4 places max.

Hello, glad you found this guide helpful! In answer to your question, you could stay in Canggu and spend a day visiting some attractions in Bedugul and I would recommend the Nusa Islands as there is much more to do than the Gili Islands. Hope this helps and Enjoy!

Thanks so much for sharing this it has helped us so much! We are looking at going to Bali June 2020 and are hoping to visit: Ubud, Nusa Islands, Gili, Central Bali(maybe) and Uluwater – as well as Seminyak/Canggu/Sanur.

Please let us know if this is possible and what order to visit them in! Also which out of Seminyak/Canggu/Sanur is most important to visit! Also please let me know if we are missing some must see destinations!!

I am glad you found this guide useful! Yes that is all possible, the order I would recommend would be Canggu, Ubud, Gili Islands, Nusa Islands and finish in Uluwatu! Another great place worth checking out for 2 day that is off the beaten track is Amed in East Bali. I hope this all helps 🙂

This has been so helpful! My friend and I are traveling to Bali for two weeks in July, and I think we will follow your itinerary very closely!

Thanks so much!

Hey, that’s awesome! Glad you found it helpful and enjoy Bali!

Hello, great post! Planning on going in May 2020. Wondering about your thought and travel to Bali for 3 ladies over 50+.? Active 50+, just don’t want to end up in party central, lol. If we were younger id love to carry just a back pack, but how easy is it to get around with small suitcase? Thanks for any info

Thanks for reading and glad you loved this guide! Yes moving around with a small suitcase is fine. I have had suitcases on my scooter in the past but if you are not comfortable with that you can hire a driver to transport you around. Enjoy!

Hi Jonny! Your itinerary is really helpful! 🙂 However, we want to go to Gili. Where is your least favorite place on your list so we can check and hopefully we can squeeze in Gili Islands? Thanks in advance! Happy travels! 🙂

Heya, glad you loved this post! I can’t say I have a least favorite place but if I had to choose I would skip Bedugul and go to Gili instead. Hope this helps and enjoy 🙂

Hi I love your itinerary and think it is prefect for my 2weeks in Bali but wanted to make slight amendment and wanted to know what you thought about it.

•Canggu (2 days) •Bedugul (2 days) •Ubud (3 days) •Nusa Islands (3 days) •Seminyak (2 days) •Uluwatu (2 days)

Thanks for reading! Yes that itinerary would also work! Seminyak is great for shopping and night life! Enjoy Bali 🙂

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The Perfect Bali 2 Week Itinerary

Creating the perfect Bali itinerary can be a difficult task – no matter how long you have on this magical island, you will always end up wishing that you had more. Use this detailed 2 weeks in Bali itinerary to help you plan your trip.

Bali is a dream destination – packed with temples, gorgeous landscapes and vibrant culture – it’s no wonder that you’re excited about planning your trip there. 

Bali Waterfall

Because you are excited right? You’ve booked your flights and now you’re working out how to plan your Bali itinerary. 

I’ll be honest with you, creating your itinerary for two weeks in Bali is tough.

Don’t worry – you’ve got this. I’m going to help you plan a kickass Bali itinerary for 2 weeks. 

I’ve spent a lot of time in Bali on and off and each time I fall in love with the island that little bit more. That’s why I’ve created this cool Bali travel itinerary for you. 

We’re going to hang out in some of Bali’s coolest spots, seeing the best of the island in 14 days. 

First, some practical tips, then a step by step itinerary. Let’s go!

Looking for more Bali travel inspiration? Check out the other posts in my Bali travel series

  • The Best Places to Stay in Bali
  • What’s it Like to Travel to Bali in the Rainy Season
  • The Bali Food Guide
  • The Ultimate Canggu Travel Guide
  • What to Pack for a Tropical Vacation

Bali 2 Week Itinerary Map 

Click here for a map of the destinations featured in this guide.

2 Weeks in Bali – Practical Tips for Planning Your Trip 

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Useful Resources for Your Bali Itinerary 

Here are some useful resources which will help you with your Bali two weeks itinerary:

Booking.com – A fantastic service which I always use to find the perfect hotel, with helpful user ratings, key information, and honest photos.

Tripadvisor – A site for booking hotels and hostels, with the added bonus of having thousands of reviews for tourist destinations, restaurants, cafes; anything you might want to do while you explore Bali in two weeks.

Get Your Guide – An useful site that you can use to book group tours and experiences for yourself to slot into your Bali 2 week itinerary. They also offer hotel pick-up and airport transfers.

Viator – Another option for finding tours, excursions and experiences in Bali and around the world.

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2 Weeks in Bali: Frequently Asked Questions

Independent trips are an adventure. If you have the time to plan or the whim to discover, you can easily have a brilliant time in Bali.  A group tour, however, also has its upsides. With a group tour, like these 14-day Bali tours from Intrepid Travel and G Adventures , you are guaranteed to miss nothing as you’re being helped and shown around by professionals.  You get all of the fun and the opportunity to travel with a group of like-minded individuals, without any of the hassles of planning.  Ultimately, whether you go self-guided or on a group tour for your Bali itinerary will depend on how you like to travel. 

Two weeks in Bali is a good amount of time to allow you to explore the island without having to do it at a breakneck pace.  You won’t be able to see everything and that’s fine – you don’t need to try. Pick three or four locations, allow for some beach time and take the time to explore.  That said, if you do have longer, there’s easily enough to keep you entertained for a three or four week trip. My most recent trip was a month long and I could have stayed a month longer. 

If you want a comfortable mid-range trip to Bali, budget for at least $65 / £47 per person per day. Of course you can spend more or less than this, depending on the type of trip you want to go for.  On $65 / £47 you can eat out in both Western and local restaurants, take a few tours and activities and travel comfortably.

What to Pack for Your Bali 2 Week Itinerary 

Packing List

Here are a few essential things to pack for your Bali trip.

Lonely Planet Bali & Lombok Guide – Useful maps, suggestions for off the beaten track destinations and a comprehensive guide to the different parts of the island. 

Hiking Boots – While having flip flops is always a must for a beach paradise, chances are you’ll be doing some hiking and long walks during your 2 weeks in Bali – have some comfy and sturdy hiking boots with you.

Microfibre Towel – A towel can save you on the beach, in your hostel, and just about anywhere. Make sure to have one in your bag for whenever you might need it. 

Sunscreen – Never ever play chicken with the sun. Bring reef-friendly suncream to help protect Bali’s reefs. 

Steripen – Bali’s beaches are overwhelmed by single-use plastic washed in by the ocean. Do your bit to avoid contributing to the problem and bring a steripen to sterilize tap water to make it drinkable. 

Reusable Water Bottle – Be sure to sterilize the water you’re using though. Bali belly is a real thing. 

Is it Easy to Travel Around Bali? 

Bali temple

There’s pretty much zero public transport in Bali, so you will need to get a taxi, transfer or driver to get you pretty much everywhere.

The other option is to hire a scooter to move in between locations. I’m personally very clumsy so didn’t opt for this but know lots of people who did as it’s cheaper and makes getting from A to B so much easier during your time on the island.

A driver will cost around 550k Indonesian Rupiah (INR) for a full day, 400k INR for a half day. Be prepared to negotiate prices in advance for shorter trips. Alternatively you can book a driver online through Get Your Guide . 

For transfers, it’s a great idea to book a transfer from the airport to your hotel . You can also usually book transfers from your Bali hotel to the airport. 

2 Week Bali Itinerary

This Bali two week itinerary covers four destinations with a few day trips.

Let’s face it – it can be pretty tiring if you are moving around every night and ain’t nobody want to come back from a trip more exhausted than when they set off on it. 

Bali 2 Week Itinerary Days 1 – 4: Canggu

Canggu, Bali

Canggu is very much one of the newer kids on the cool block when it comes to spending time in Bali. 

You can see why – with its laid-back Instagram aesthetic, reputation as a surfer’s paradise and plentiful beach bars and sundowner spots, it was only a matter of time before Canggu found itself on many a Bali-bound traveller’s radar.

Sundowners in Canggu

Canggu is one of my favourite spots in Bali and a great place to start your two week Bali itinerary. It’s more relaxed than party-central Kuta but with more liveliness than Seminyak. 

That said, its growing popularity has meant that it’s becoming one of the more expensive places to stay in Bali.

What’s more, Canggu is within easy reach of several other Balinese hotspots, such as Kuta and Legian further down the bay and Tanah Lot, one of Bali’s famous sea temples.

Bali Itinerary: Canggu Highlights

Go for breakfast/ brunch.

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Canggu’s food scene is poppin’. I don’t think I’ve ever stayed in a place with so many outstanding breakfasts and brunches – it seriously takes the meal to a new level.

Brunch is a serious pastime in Canggu, one which you should indulge in at least once during your stay.

One of my favourite spots for brunch in Canggu is Milk & Madu – a chill open-air cafe serving delicious eats. There are two locations in Canggu – one in Berawa and another on Canggu’s beach road. 

In the Raw, Canggu

Try their minted pea and feta on sourdough and wash it down with the best coffee in town (I don’t say this lightly, I’m very fussy when it comes to my morning dose of caffeine). 

If you’ve got a sweeter tooth, their Russian pancakes made with tvorog, raspberry coulis, grilled peaches, fresh strawberries, sour cream and topped with beautiful edible flowers is really something. 

Motion Cafe has a tasty health-oriented menu. I picked the sweet potato waffle with smoked salmon and cream cheese more out of curiosity than anticipation, yet found myself ordering it on the numerous times I stopped by for breakfast.

Other delicious foodie hotspots include Watercress Bali on the Batu Belig side of Canggu, Crate Cafe, In The Raw and The Lawn .

Visit Tanah Lot

Tanah Lot Sea Temple

A holy temple, perched on a small island just off the coast, amid the roar of crashing waves and black-sand beaches, Tanah Lot is one of Bali’s most important and holiest sites. 

There are plenty of temples in Bali but few have the stunning natural setting of Tanah Lot, which is why you should make it a priority on your Bali itinerary. 

Tanah Lot

Sounds incredible right? It is, that is before the crowds hit and you’re all fighting for your square metre to take a picture without getting drenched.

While Tanah Lot isn’t in Canggu itself, it’s only a 5-10 minute drive or scooter ride away, meaning you can get there early and pretty much get the site all to yourself.

Try Surfing on Echo Beach

Kitesurfing Echo Beach

OK, I’ll be honest – I really don’t like surfing. 

I’ve tried it a few times and not only am I terrible at it (which was pretty much a given as I’m notoriously uncoordinated and unbalanced), turns out I really don’t like being smashed in the face repeatedly with salty water. Le grand sigh. 

So why am I recommending that you try it during your Bali itinerary? Valid question – the answer to which is because you’ll never know whether surfing is for you unless you try it yourself. Canggu is the perfect place to take a lesson and work on your technique.

Learn a New Skill

Watercolour Illustration in Canggu

Canggu has become a real entrepreneurial hub, with co-working spaces such as Dojo attracting digital nomads and entrepreneurs. This has translated into a thriving scene of cool experiences and things to do.

The myriad of classes and experiences on offer means that Canggu is the perfect spot to pick up a new skill. 

I opted for a watercolour illustration class taught by NHissy Illustration and (to no-one’s surprise greater than my own), came home with new skills and some watercolour work I was actually proud of.

Work on Your Tan On Batu Bolong or Echo Beach

Echo Beach

Canggu’s beaches are not the prettiest – in fact, if you were to pick a colour to describe them, it would be… grey. 

The colour comes from the volcanic minerals present in the sand.

Volcanic beach Canggu at sunrise

Still, it doesn’t actually make a blind bit of difference when it comes to the important things: basking in that hot, hot Balinese sunshine and cooling off with a nice cold Bintang (the local beer), so really, who cares anyway.

Party at Old Man’s

Old Man's Canggu

One of Canggu’s liveliest night time spots, Old Man’s also serves the best margaritas in town (this is a certified fact. I tested a large number of Margaritas during my stay) and have a banging hip-hop / rap/ rnb classics night on Wednesday that went straight to this London gal’s heart.

Going into Old Man’s is like entering into a rabbit hole. One night I bumped into an old colleague I worked with years ago, every night I made a new Bali bestie, you’ve got to give it a try.

Where to Stay in Canggu on Your Bali 2 Week Itinerary

Como uma canggu.

COMO Uma Canggu is a beautiful boutique hotel just steps away from Echo Beach. Think spacious beachfront rooms with private living rooms, opulent art and a cool bar and restaurant.

Wiras Village

Wiras Village is a small B&B set in a quieter area of Canggu. Rooms are spacious and airy, and there’s a nice communal area with a pool. It’s super-chill and a great value option.

Read my full guide to the best hotels in Bali, area by area

Bali 2 Week Itinerary Days 4-10: Ubud

Temples Near Ubud

Ubud is Bali’s spiritual and cultural hub. 

Packed with temples, yoga studios and surrounded by lush rice paddies and tropical forest, it’s one of Bali’s most enchanting destinations and a must-see spot during your two weeks in Bali.

Where Canggu is all about surfing, cocktails and brunches, Ubud is more about yoga, temples and traditional crafts. 

It’s the kind of place where some people go to “find themselves” but even if that’s not your bag (being honest, it most certainly isn’t mine), there’s something about Ubud that will make you fall just the tiniest bit in love with it.. 

No doubt you will be able to catch a Balinese ceremony and the surrounding areas offer plenty of opportunities for you to get into nature and enjoy the beauty of the region. 


Some people might think that spending a day in Ubud on your Bali itinerary is enough – I disagree. 

This isn’t the kind of destination that is at its best when you’re hurrying from sight to sight and trying to see everything in a short period of time – the centre itself can get busy and it might be a thoroughly miserable experience. 

Temple statue Ubud

Instead, take plenty of time to explore the sights, go well before the day-trippers arrive – you’ll be surprised what a difference it can make to your trip. 

A longer stay will also give you a chance to explore Ubud’s thriving craft scene – from learning to make jewellery with a skilled silversmith to dyeing your own batik cloth, there’s plenty to discover. 

While there’s plenty to do in Ubud itself, it’s also a great place to base yourself while exploring more of south-central and central Bali – see the suggested day trips at the end of the section.

Bali Itinerary: Ubud Highlights

Visit the ubud monkey forest (sacred monkey forest sanctuary).

Ubud Monkey Sanctuary

Monkeys, like Marmite, split people into one of two camps. 

There are the “OMG these things are so cute, I think it’s really funny that that monkey has just nicked my £500 camera and dropped it from the top of a tree, smashing it into smithereens” peeps. 

Then there are the “get that thing away from me, does it have rabies, I think it has rabies, it’s eyes are all funny” kind of people.

I’m probably the latter (one day I’ll be able to talk about the time I was too scared to go to my overwater villa on a private island because the boardwalk was inhabited by a family of very aggressive monkeys. That day is not today).

But you know what, the Ubud Monkey Forest is a pretty incredible experience.

Ubud Monkey Santuary

From the moment you step into the grounds and walk down into the slightly creepy but atmospheric tunnel that leads into the forest, you are surrounded by the little scamps.

The sanctuary aims to embody the Hindu concept of “Tri Hata Karana”. 

This focuses on the idea that there are three ways to reach spiritual and physical wellbeing, one of which is a harmonious relationship between humans and their environment. As such, the monkey forest is a way of bringing about that harmony.

Ubud Monkey Santuary

And there you were thinking it was just an opportunity to play with some cute monkeys.

Stroll Through the Tegalalang Rice Terraces

Tegalalang Rice Terraces

Imagine a landscape of green, bright and lurid, sculpted through centuries of agriculture into a series of undulating terraces. 

That’s Tegalalang. They crop up on pretty much every Bali itinerary out there – here’s why.

Now, I think these rice terraces are the tiniest bit overhyped. 

Bali is full of beautiful rice terraces, and for me, the UNESCO Jatiluwih ones are actually more striking. BUT. The Tegalalang terraces are a short distance from Ubud and are pretty magical for sure.

Take a walk through the terraces – just ensure you come with cash and be prepared to pay it to a series of locals throughout the walk for permission to access their land. 

If you are keen for a more peaceful experience, you should go early in the morning – it’s cooler temperature-wise and there are fewer people about.

See Balinese Dancing in Ubud Palace

Balinese Dancing Ubud Palace

Bali has a rich heritage of dancing. 

Dances that have evolved over centuries are still performed today and watching one of these performances should be on your Bali itinerary.

Ubud Palace or Puri Saren Agung, is the perfect place to catch a performance – the historical setting provides the perfect backdrop for the dramatic productions.

Take a Cooking Class

Cooking Class Ubud

Just don’t get me started on Balinese food. It’s SO good. I mean, it is ridiculously good. 

Do your future self a favour and take a Balinese cooking class while you are in town because you are going to want to know how to make some of this magic at home.

Balinese Cooking Class Ubud

I’ve been to loads of cooking classes, some brilliant, some yawnsville and can honestly say, hand on heart, that the cooking class I took in the Pemulan Organic Farm School is one of the best I’ve ever done.

Balinese Cooking Class Ubud

You start by going to the local Tegalalang Food Market to buy some ingredients, then you walk around the school’s own organic farm, learning about and picking more cookstuffs before going into the kitchen and learning how to turn them into tasty food.

Want to know more? Read my Bali food guide, complete with recipes to try at home .

Try a Jewellery Making Class

Jewellery Making Class Bali

You can pretty much try your hand at almost every craft and skill while you are in Ubud, but you should definitely give the silver jewellery making a go.

You are given a square of silver and then shown the skills to help you transform it into a ring, earrings or jewellery of your choice.

Visit Ubud’s Temples

Ubud's Temples

There are a number of interesting temples in and around Ubud that are well worth visiting during your time in town.

These range from the immersive Pura Tirtul Empul water temple, where you can bathe in the holy pools, to Goa Gajar Elephant Cave Temple (I’m just going to manage expectations here and tell you that no, there aren’t any elephants in a cave at the temple).

Others include Saraswati Temple, Gunung Kawi and Gunung Kawi Sabatu.

Yoga Retreat in Bali

Yoga and Ubud go hand in hand. There are so many studios in Ubud that your main difficulty is going to be choosing which one to try.

Big names such as The Yoga Barn offer a diverse range of classes for every level, or you can go the whole hog and book onto a yoga retreat like we did read about it here .

These spots are not in Ubud but well worth taking a day trip for!

Jatiluwih Rice Terraces

Jatiluwih Rice Terraces

The Jatiluwih Rice Terraces are worth getting excited about.

The terraces, which are spread out over 300 acres, have been designated as a UNESCO heritage site, are much quieter than their Tegalalang counterparts. There’s a cool 2-3 hour walk you can take through the terraces too.

Book a two-hour electric bicycle tour of the Jatiluwih rice terraces.

Pura Ulun Danu Bratan

Pura Ulau Bratan Temple

Pura Ulun Danu Bratan is one of the most famous temples in Bali.

The “floating temple” is set on Lake Bratan and floats on the lake depending on the water level. 

The higher altitude can mean it is often misty here, which can make for some nicely atmospheric snaps.

Pura Taman Ayun Temple

Pura Taman Ayun is a temple complex set in the midst of perfectly maintained tropical gardens.

Though the central complex itself is off-limits for non-Hindus, its beautiful gardens and gorgeous location make for a nice morning out.

Pod Chocolate

Pod Chocolate Bali

Chocolate lovers beware. Pod Chocolate is highly addictive. 

This small-batch chocolate producer makes high-quality fully plant-based chocolate sourced from the best Indonesian cacao.

Their visitor’s hub is well worth a visit – I learnt a lot about the chocolate-making process AND you get to buy bars of the good stuff at the best prices you’ll find on the island. Win win.

Mount Batur

I didn’t get a chance to hike Mount Batur thanks to my visit being in the middle of the rainy season – it’s firmly on the list for my next visit to Bali.

Everyone I’ve spoken to has rated the hike highly – you set off in the middle of the night so you can see the sunrise from the top of the volcano.

Book your sunrise hike on Mount Batur

Zest Cafe is a cute cafe come restaurant with a delicious international menu and great coffee (they say it’s the best in Ubud, and you know what, they might be right).


Cocktails or dessert? The correct answer is both. 

Internationally-acclaimed chef Will Goldfarb creates stellar after-dinner concoctions of both the sweet and drinkable varieties at Room4Dessert . Honestly, their negronis are nothing short of divine.

Where to Stay in Ubud on your 2 Weeks in Bali

Tanah gajah resort by hadiprana.

The Tanah Gajah Resort by Hadiprana (formerly the Chedi) is a quiet and secluded luxury hotel on the outskirts of Ubud. Book one of the private pool villas for the ultimate luxury Ubud experience.

Plataran Ubud Hotel & Spa

Plataran Ubud Hotel & Spa is a centrally located hotel with all the creature comforts at an affordable price.

Suggested Read: Where to stay in Bali

Bali 2 Week Itinerary Days 10-12: Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Ceningan

Nusa Lembongan - Jeda Village Bali

You know all those stunning Bali beach pics you see on Instagram?

The ones with emerald waters, soft sandy beaches and some person striking a low-level annoying pose accompanied by a mysterious caption?

There’s a good chance that they’ve been taken on Nusa Lembongan – an 8km square haven of paradise. 

Don’t let the annoying Instacrowd put you off though, Nusa Lembongan is an island paradise and one that you should spend some time on during your two weeks in Bali. 

The island is the perfect meeting place of untamed natural beauty paired with a chill attitude that forces you to take life at a slower pace. 

If you’re in an exploratory mood, cross the Yellow Bridge to its neighbour Nusa Ceningan, or hop on a boat to Nusa Penida.

Bali Itinerary: Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Ceningan Highlights

Snorkelling and diving.

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Nusa Lembongan is surrounded with good snorkelling and diving spots. 

You can go snorkelling with manta rays, see tropical sunfish and witness the thriving sea life around the coral surrounding the islands.

Day Trip to Nusa Penida

A 20 minute boat ride away from Nusa Lembongan, Nusa Penida is actually the largest of the three islands and has its own share of cool things to do and see – including some brilliant snorkelling and the stunning Atuh Beach.

Spend Time on the Islands’ Beaches

You should set some time aside for sunbathing on Nusa Lembongan’s stunning beaches. 

Start with Dream Beach, before moving on to Sandy Bay, Mushroom Beach and Coconut Bay.

Where to Stay in Nusa Lembongan during your Bali Itinerary

Lembongan beach club and resort.

Private villas (many of which come with private pools) on the beachfront. Check availability and prices.

Blue Corner Dive Resort Lembongan

A cute resort with a stretch of private beach and an in-house dive school. Check availability and prices.

Read more about Nusa Lembongan

You can skip the Nusa islands and use the time to go to the Gili Islands – Gili Trawangan , Gili Meno and Gili Air (which are actually part of Lombok, not Bali).

You can definitely do this as part of your Bali two week itinerary, but I’d suggest you spend days 10-13 at least and then come back to the mainland on the day before your flight home.

Bali 2 Week Itinerary Days 12-14: Bukit Peninsula

Bukit Peninsula

It’s almost time to go home, and time to head back onto the mainland. 

Take the boat back to Sanur (PS – if you have the time to stop, the food in Sanur is banging) and transfer to the Bukit Peninsula – the tiny teardrop-shaped area on Bali’s southernmost tip.

The true south of Bali is a lot quieter than the bustling hubs of Kuta, Legian, Seminyak and (to a smaller degree) Jimbaran.

Unlike some parts of the island, where the beaches are kind of an unappealing grey, the Bukit peninsula is brimming with small, white sand beaches, fringed with shimmering turquoise waters.

Base yourself in one of the small beach resorts (I’d suggest low-key Bingin Beach) that line the peninsula for a last spot of Bali chill before you head back home.

Bukit Peninsula Highlights

Bingin beach.

Bingin Beach

Bingin Beach is easy to reach and not too busy, despite its picture-perfect location. 

Bingin is popular with surfers, who come to coast its year-round swells. Other than that, the beach is framed by gorgeous limestone cliffs – making it one of the most beautiful spots on the island.

Balangan Beach

Unlike many beaches on the peninsula, Balangan is easy to get to by scooter and car – it’s a short descent from the car park down to the gorgeous sandy beach tucked between the cliffs.

Though the views from the beach itself are stunning, head up to the panoramic lookout above for a bird’s eye view of the beach.

Uluwatu Sea Temple

Uluwatu Sea Temple

Uluwatu is another must-see sea temple, this time set in a striking location perched high on a jutting cliff. 

Its spectacular setting, tucked behind a verdant forest filled with lively monkeys is no small part of its appeal and it’s well-known for being one of the best spots to see the sunset on the island.

There’s also a nightly kecak (traditional Balinese dance) performance at 6pm in an amphitheatre carved into the rock.

Sundays Beach Club

Sundays Beach Club was made for lazy days on the beach, cocktail in hand accompanied by cooling dips in the sea. The perfect spot for a bit of chillaxing after your hectic two weeks in Bali.

The Cashew Tree

Steps away from Bingin, The Cashew Tree is a cafe-come-restaurant-and-bar. 

There’s no better place for a spot of yoga followed by a relaxed acoustic music session by the shore.

Where to Stay on the Bukit Peninsula

Anantara uluwatu.

It’s a bit of a splurge but if you have the cash to stay at the Anantara Uluwatu , you’re rewarded with a chic, stylish resort overlooking the ocean near to Uluwatu.

The Inn Possible

Even apart from the super-cute name, The Inn Possible is a great spot to bed down in Bingin. Simple decor is paired with ocean views and friendly service for a low-cost option.

Final Thoughts on Your Two Weeks in Bali 

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I hope you’ve found this itinerary for 2 weeks in Bali useful.

Enjoy your trip!

Looking for more Bali travel tips and guides? Read these… 

  • Cool Things to do in Canggu 
  • The Best Places to Stay in Bali 
  • The Bali Food Guide – Must-Try Balinese Dishes (and recipes for you to try at home)
  • What’s the Rainy Season in Bali Really Like? 
  • Yoga in Ubud – A Yoga Retreat With Blooming Lotus Yoga
  • Gorgeous Airbnbs in Bali
  • Stunning Hikes in Bali

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Thank you for sharing your trip.

A real pleasure Ali! I hope you found the guide useful for planning your own!

Thank you so much for sharing your experience and places to visit etc. Ive found this sooooo useful! I am due to go in oct !

A real pleasure Khadeza – I hope you have an amazing time. Absolutely love Bali!

Thanks so much for sharing you trip it has helped us so much! We are looking at going to Bali June 2020 and are hoping to visit: Ubud, Nusa Islands, Gili, Central Bali(maybe) and Uluwater – as well as Seminyak/Canggu/Sanur.

Please let us know if this is possible and what order to visit them in! Also which out of Seminyak/Canggu/Sanur is most important to visit!

Hi Sophie, thanks for getting in touch – nice to hear from you. I’m sure you’re going to have an amazing time in Bali! To be honest, for the order in which to visit those it’s kind of up to you – it makes sense to group Ubud and Central Bali together but the others are relatively simple to get between. For the Seminyak / Canggu / Sanur question I’d go for Seminyak or Canggu. Canggu is more hipster, while Seminyak is more on the upmarket side. I preferred Canggu and spent a lot of time there, but did enjoy the time I spent in Seminyak too.

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Bali 2-Week Itinerary: day by day travel guide

  • Sofía Pozuelo
  • UPDATED: 12/06/2023

Bali (Indonesia) is one of my favorite destinations on the planet. I can already tell you that you have made a very good decision by choosing this place for your next trip. If you have reached this post, it means that you have approximately 2 weeks to visit the island. My experience living several months in Bali has helped me create a Bali 2-week itinerary, including its main attractions.

Thanks to this route, you will be able to enjoy all the facets of Bali. Be prepared to know the best beaches, get in touch with Balinese culture, eat in local places and in cafeterias with much roll, live movie sunsets, bathe in waterfalls, and be mind-blown by its rice fields.

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Bali 2-week itinerary.

If you still haven’t purchased flights for your 2-week trip to Bali, I recommend you use Skyscanner . I always use this search engine, as it is easy to find the cheapest flights. The airlines Emirates, Qatar, Turkish Airlines, or Aeroflot offer flights to Bali from several major cities with only one stopover. The airport of Bali is located in Denpasar, in the southern part of the island.

Remember that one of the requirements to enter Bali and the rest of Indonesia is to have a visa on arrival (VOA). You can process it online in advance or once you arrive in Indonesia.

After going through airport security, you can take the opportunity to buy a SIM card for your cell phone and exchange currency. Doing this outside the airport is more affordable, but sometimes more of a hassle as well.

To go from the airport to your hotel, I recommend you take a cab or use Grab or Gojek (Uber style). You will be able to find them at any time, so don’t worry if you arrive in Bali late at night.

Don’t miss my article about the best things to do in Bali .

Summary Bali in 2-week itinerary

– Canggu: 2 nights. – Ubud: 4 nights. – Amed: 3 nights. – Nusa Penida: 2 nights. – Nusa Lembongan: 1 night. – Uluwatu: 1 night.

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Day 1: Canggu

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↠ Canggu: 2 nights – View hotels in Canggu .

Canggu is a region in Bali that has become increasingly popular during the last few years. I warn you that here you will not see the most traditional side of Bali, but you will be able to enjoy beautiful sunsets at the beach, cafeterias and restaurants, surf, yoga, stores, etc.

You can also take the opportunity to withdraw money (I did it at the BNI bank), exchange currency (ask your hotel’s staff to recommend a place to exchange) and get a SIM card if you didn’t already do it at the airport and want to have data service.

After arriving at your hotel, leave your luggage and rest for a while. I recommend you rent a motorcycle and get lost in the streets of Canggu. To end the day, go to Batu Bolong Beach or Echo Beach and enjoy the sunset while having a drink and tasting grilled corn on the cob with spicy sauce.

If you are in Canggu on a Monday, Wednesday, or Friday, I recommend you go have dinner at Berawa’s Kitchen, an outside food court where they have live music. Other cool places to visit in Canggu are Tamora Gallery (an outdoor gallery with stores and restaurants), Old Man’s (for a night out), Love Anchor Market (to buy souvenirs) and Sunday’s Market (in La Brisa).

If you want to know more detailed information about Canggu and discover more places, I recommend you read my guide to visiting Canggu .


  • $: Asung Guesthouse ( my guesthouse ), The Uma Guesthouse .
  • $$: Maylie Bali Bungalows , Umah CinCin ( my hotel ).
  • $$$: Kano Canggu .
  • $$$$: Mayana Villas , Own Villa .

Day 2: Canggu

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Second day in Bali: activities in Canggu, visit to Tanah Lot and Pasut Beach.

Start your second day in Canggu with one of the most popular breakfasts in the trendy cafes: the smoothie bowl. I recommend Secret Spot or Crate Cafe.

Activities in Canggu

In the morning, I propose the following plans:

– Surfing in Canggu. If you like this sport or would like to try it, Bali is a good place to do it. On the beaches of Canggu, you can rent a table or, if you are still a beginner, you can go to a school so that they give you a class. If you want, you can reserve this 2-hour surf class in Canggu .

– Yoga. Many of you will not go to Bali to practice yoga, but if you are a lover of this discipline, in Canggu you will be able to find many centers where yoga is practiced. I recommend Serenity Eco Guesthouse and Yoga.

– To go to a beach club. In Bali there are many beach clubs. Normally you pay for the entrance and then they discount you a part of the price in the consumptions. In Canggu, I recommend you Finns Beach Club , La Brisa or The Lawn . If you prefer to save some money, you can go to the beach on your own. I recommend you to go to Echo Beach.

– Rice paddies. Something that not many people know about Canggu is that there are also very beautiful rice fields. Get on your motorcycle and get lost between the streets of Jalan Pantai Pererenan and Jalan Raya Seseh. You can also go to Jogging Track Subak Uma Desa or Selingsing Jogging Track.

In the afternoon, I suggest you visit the Tanah Lot temple, a must-do in Canggu. The best time to visit this place is at sunset, although it is also true that this is when there are more people. If you prefer to avoid crowds, I recommend going a couple of hours before sunset. It is possible to hire in advance this guided tour of the Tanah Lot , thanks to which you can learn many things about this temple.

If you choose the second option, I propose another place to watch the sunset: Pasut Beach. It is a black-sand beach located a little further west of the island. It is a quiet place and is more frequented by locals than tourists. From Canggu, it takes about half an hour by motorcycle.


  • Local food: Warung Bu Mi, Warung Local.
  • Cafes: Secret Spot Bali, Matcha Cafe Bali, Copenhagen, Ithaka Warung, BGS Canggu.
  • International food: Tygr, Luigi’s Hot Pizza, Ji Restaurant Bali.

Day 3: Canggu → Ubud

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↠ Ubud: 4 nights – View hotels in Ubud .

Transfer from Canggu to Ubud. Check in at the hotel.

In what’s left of the day in Ubud, I recommend visiting sites near the town of Ubud: Monkey Forest, Ubud Traditional Art Market, Goah Gajah Temple, Saraswati Temple, and Campuhan Ridge Walk.

– Monkey Forest. If you have never seen a monkey and are excited to do so, in this forest you can see how hundreds of them have fun playing with each other and approaching tourists. Hours: 9:00–18:00.

– Ubud Traditional Art Market. Come to this Ubud market if you want to find typical handicraft products and souvenirs. Do not forget to bargain with sellers.

– Goa Gajah Temple (Elephant Cave). Do not miss this temple, which features a cave that gives it its name, a stone pool, and gardens.

– Saraswati Temple. Visit the gardens and fountains outside this temple, dedicated to the goddess of knowledge, music, art, wisdom and learning.

– Campuhan Ridge Walk. It is a stone path that crosses hills full of vegetation. I recommend going at sunrise or sunset.

If you want to know more detailed information about Ubud and discover different things to do, I recommend you read my Ubud travel guide.


  • $: Pangkung Sari .
  • $$: Pondok Massas .
  • $$$: The Udaya Resorts & Spa .
  • $$$$: Komaneka at Bisma Ubud .

Day 4: Ubud

rice fields ubud

Places to visit on the fourth day: Tegalalang Rice Fields, Tirta Empul Temple, Tibumana Waterfall and Kanto Lampo Waterfall.

Tegalalang Rice Fields

Get up early, get on the motorcycle and head north to the rice fields of Tegalalang. I recommend you arrive as early as possible, just after sunrise if possible, as later there are too many tourists and it is very hot (it is very humid). Besides, your visit to this amazing place will be much more special.

Entrance to Tegalalang is free; however, it is possible that at the entrance gates to the rice fields, you will find people who want to sell you a ticket. Ignore them and continue on your way. Of course, inside the rice fields, there are farmers who ask you for some money to let you continue on your way, but it is not much.

Tirta Empul Temple

After visiting these incredible rice fields, head to Tirta Empul Temple, one of the most famous temples in Bali, dedicated to Vishnu, god of water. Their sources possess sacred waters and you will be able to find locals and tourists making a ritual of cleanliness and Balinese purification. Schedule: 8:00–18:00.

Tibumana and Kanto Lampo Waterfalls

Once you have visited the temple, head further south until you arrive at the Tibumana Waterfall, one of the best waterfalls in Bali . From the parking lot to the waterfall, there is a walk full of beautiful vegetation. Once you arrive at the waterfall, you will be able to bathe and appreciate the beauty of the place.

5 kilometers south of Tibumana is Kanto Lampo, a waterfall whose popularity is growing every day. What makes this waterfall special is that the water falls through different channels, hitting the stones that are part of the waterfall.


  • Local food: Warung Janggar Ulam, Sugriwa’s Warung, Ithaka Warung.
  • Healthy food: Clear Cafe, Zest Ubud, Kafe.
  • Restaurants with a view: Cretya Ubud, Layana Warung, Sayan Point.

Day 5: Ubud

handara gate

It’s now time to go on a trip to the north of Bali: Handara Gate, Bali Twin Lakes, Sekumpul Waterfall and Ulun Danu Bratan Temple.

The north of Bali is one of my favorite regions on the island and a place that cannot be excluded from your Bali 2-week itinerary. I like it so much because it is much more peaceful than other parts of Bali, in addition to being a region with a cooler temperature (do not forget to take a jacket).

Handara Gate

I recommend you begin your trip to northern Bali at Handara Gate. This Balinese gate, which is actually the entrance to a golf club, has gained popularity throughout the years and has become one of the most photographed places on the island. If you want to take a photo at this place, arrive as early as possible, unless you want to waste your time waiting in line. By the way, it used to be free to go there to take pictures; now you have to pay around $2.

Bali Twin Lakes

Head back on the road until you arrive at Bali Twin Lakes, two lakes located next to the other and surrounded by abundant vegetation. Hike, enjoy the view from a viewpoint, or take some photos on one of the numerous swings that you will be able to find in the surroundings. I recommend Wanagiri Hidden Hills.

Sekumpul Waterfall

The north is full of incredible waterfalls. The one that I recommend you visit, which also happens to be the most famous, is Sekumpul. It is one of the most impressive waterfalls that I have seen in Bali. Unfortunately, visiting the waterfall isn’t free any longer. It is now mandatory to visit the place with a guide at a price that, in my opinion, is a little excessive. You can visit it without a guide, but they only allow you access to a viewpoint.

Ulun Danu Bratan Temple

Before the sun sets, I recommend you visit Pura Ulun Danu Bratan, one of the most beautiful temples in Bali. It is located near the banks of Lake Bratan. This temple is dedicated to Dewi Danu, goddess of water, rivers, and lakes. Visit the temple on foot or rent a small boat to enjoy the view from the water.

If you want to know more information about this region of the island as well as discover different plans, I recommend you read my northern Bali travel guide .

Day 6: Ubud

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You have different options: Jatiluwih rice fields, Leke Leke waterfall, Nungnung waterfall, Besakih Temple, or Tukad Cepung waterfall.

On your last day in Ubud, you can visit any of the places mentioned above, depending on what you feel like doing. I recommend visiting every place; however, the distances between the places are too great to visit them all in one day, so you will have to choose just a few of them.

Jatiluwih Rice Fields

The rice fields of Jatiluwih are not as popular as the rice fields of Tegalalang, but they are just as beautiful. In fact, it was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2012. It is a place that I still haven’t been to. My partner and I tried once, but we had to turn back because of a storm.

The second time we planned to go, we were warned that it was not a good time as they were dry and harvested. Before going all the way to the rice fields, ask your hotel staff if it is a good time to visit them.

Nungnung and Leke Leke Waterfalls

Two of my favorite waterfalls in Bali are Nungnung and Leke Leke; both are beautiful! They are not located very far from each other, but it still takes a little over half an hour to go from one waterfall to the other. Accessing Leke Leke is easier, as you only have to walk a short distance and the trail is straighter. To visit Nungnung, you have to go down and up many stairs. But it is worth it.

Besakih Temple

The Besakih Temple is the biggest and most important temple in Bali. Known as the Mother Temple, it is located at the base of Mount Agung. It is composed of a great number of temples, but the most important is the Pura Penataran Agung. A curious fact is that it miraculously survived the great volcanic eruption of 1963.

Tukad Cepung Waterfall

Tukad Cepung is also on of the most beautiful waterfalls in Bali. It stands out for being located inside a cave. At about 10:00 in the morning, the light enters a crevice and illuminates the cave.

Day 7: Ubud → Amed


↠ Amed: 3 nights – View hotels in Amed.

Transfer from Ubud to Amed. Check in at the hotel.

Amed Beach is another of my favorite zones in Bali. It is a small town located next to the sea with views of the incredible Mount Agung. It is a peaceful place, but it still has several stores, restaurants and numerous hotels. That being said, it is a very good place from which to visit the eastern part of Bali.

After having spent several exhausting days in Ubud, I recommend spending a peaceful afternoon in Amed and recovering for the following days. Get on the motorcycle and explore the rice fields inland, stroll along the seashore, appreciate the sunset from a viewpoint, snorkel, etc.


  • $: Bubu Racok Homestay .
  • $$: Bali Dive Resort (my hotel), Amed Beach Villa .
  • $$$: Nalini Resort .

Day 8: Amed

lempuyang temple

Visit Lempuyang Temple, Ujung Water Palace, Virgin Beach and Bias Tugal Beach.

Lempuyang Temple

It is one of the most visited temples on the island and a must on a Bali 2-week itinerary. Although it is a complex formed by several sanctuaries, the most famous place (and one that you have surely seen several times on social networks) is the one in the photo above. It makes sense; Balinese gates with Mount Agung in the background are a picture that no one wants to miss.

However, now I am going to give you a piece of advice that will completely change your experience visiting this place: get up early! I recommend you get to Lempuyang between 6:00 and 6:30 in the morning, depending on what time the sunrise is. You will have to get up very early, but it will be worth it.

I’m giving you this advice because, at other times of the day, there will be thousands and thousands of visitors present, and you will have to stand in line for several hours just to take a photo—which, to be honest, seems ridiculous to me. So, I suggest going very early in the morning if you want to explore this site in peace. You won’t have to wait as long to have your photo taken, and you can soak in the beauty of the location more fully.

Entrance to Lempuyang used to be by donation but now costs about IDR 100,000. Wearing a sarong is mandatory (you’ll be provided with one there).

Ujung Water Palace

Another temple in the east of Bali that you can visit is the Ujung Water Palace. It occupies a quite extensive area full of ponds and gardens. The most popular part of the temple is a pillar with several columns and no roof. The entrance costs 50.000 IDR and is open from 7:00 to 19:00.

Virgin Beach / Bias Tugal Beach or free afternoon in Amed

After visiting several temples, I recommend you go to Virgin Beach, a beach located on the southeast coast of Bali. You will be able to enjoy a bath, relax on a lounger, and eat something in one of the numerous warungs (local restaurants) that you will find on the same beach. Another beach worth visiting is Bias Tugal Beach. I loved it!

If you don’t feel like going to these beaches, you can return to Amed and enjoy the afternoon there. A good plan is to go snorkeling at the USAT Liberty Shipwreck, located a few kilometers from Amed.


  • Cafes: Rimba Cafe, Green Leaf Cafe.
  • Restaurants: Galanga, Blue Earth Village.

Day 9: Amed

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Visit to Bukit Cinta, Tirta Gangga Temple and Lahangan Sweet Viewpoint.

Sunrise at Bukit Cinta

If you like photography or just want to enjoy beautiful views of Mount Agung, I recommend you start your day at Bukit Cinta. Visit this place at dawn, since at this moment of the day the light is better and the photos will be much more beautiful. Just at this viewpoint, there is a restaurant called Bali Asli that has a terrace with beautiful views of the mountain. They serve local food, although I must warn you that it is quite expensive relative to Bali prices.

Tirta Gangga

Next, visit Tirta Gangga. This temple is named after the Ganges River, a sacred river in Hinduism. It consists of water gardens where you can find numerous ponds and sculptures. The most famous point is the pond, which has sculpted stone walkways. However, I recommend a walk through the entire complex, as it has many other charming corners that exude tranquility.

Lahangan Sweet Viewpoint

After enjoying a break in Amed, I highly recommend going to Lahangan Sweet, a beautiful viewpoint from which to watch the sunset with Mount Agung in the background. The best-known corner of this place is a wooden platform anchored to the trunk of a tree. The picture is beautiful!

Don’t miss my Amed travel guide to discover all the secrets of East Bali.

Day 10: Amed → Nusa Penida

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↠ Nusa Penida: 2 nights – View hotels in Nusa Penida .

Nusa Penida to Amed Beach transfer. There are two ports in Bali that can be used to travel to Nusa Penida: Sanur and Padang Bai (local ferry). The closest port from Amed Beach is Padang Bai. To find out what time the Padang Bai to Nusa Penida ferry departs, I suggest asking the personnel at your hotel there. They can be scheduled in advance at 12Go Asia . Check in at the hotel.

Nusa Penida island is full of untamed and fascinating natural attractions that will manage to astonish you one after another. If you plan to create a Bali 2-week itinerary, it is, in my opinion, a must-visit place. To get to know the island, I advise staying in the western part of the island and renting a motorcycle (the roads are a lot better now than they used to be).

For the remainder of the day, I recommend you visit Broken Beach, Angel’s Billabong, and Crystal Bay.

Broken Beach and Angel’s Billabong

These places are located next to each other. Broken Beach is a small cove located next to a natural arch that wraps around the bay and allows water to flow in and out of the ocean. Angel’s Billabong is a small natural pool whose tide fluctuates thanks to the ocean waves.

Crystal Bay

To end the day, I recommend you go to Crystal Bay at sunset and go for a nice swim in the sea. This place is usually very crowded throughout the day as many tours arrive, but at this time there are not many people, and you can enjoy a lot of peace and quiet. In addition, the road that leads to the beach is full of palm trees and is beautiful.


  • $: Nuansa Penida Hostel ( my hotel ), Agasta Villa .
  • $$: Meket Bungalows , Sebuluh Sunset Hill .
  • $$$: Penida Bambu Green Suites .

Day 11: Nusa Penida

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Day 11: Visit Kelingking Beach, Diamond Beach, and Rumah Pohon Treehouse.

It’s time to explore some of Nusa Penida’s most incredible places!

Kelingking Beach

I recommend you start the day very early and visit Kelingking Beach, one of the most famous places in Bali. Before going to this beach, I had seen photos of it on social media an infinite number of times. For this reason, I thought I would not be so impressed to see it, but nothing could be further from the truth. Kelingking Beach never disappoints.

Visit this beach as early as possible to avoid the crowds and the intense heat, especially if you are going down to the beach, which I highly recommend. In this case, remember to bring appropriate footwear and water. The path is a bit complicated, especially the last stretch, but it is worth it. I do not advise getting into the water completely, as the tide is strong. On the beach, there is a stall where they sell food and drinks.

Diamond Beach and Rumah Pohon Treehouse

Once you have finished visiting Kelingking Beach, it is time to get on the motorcycle and go to the other end of the island to visit another spectacular beach, Diamond Beach. You will understand why it’s named the way it is once you get to the lookout point and have it in front of your eyes. As in Kelingking Beach, you can go down to the beach. On the other side of the lookout point, you’ll find Atuh Beach.

After visiting Diamond Beach, one place that might interest you is Rumah Pohon Tree House, a tree house that has become famous thanks to Instagram. To get to it, you’ll also have to go down a few steps.

If you have time to spare in the afternoon, other things to see and do in Nusa Penida are snorkeling with manta rays at Manta Point, Tembeling Natural Pool and Peguyanan Waterfall.


  • Cool restaurants: Penida Colada Beach Bar, Secret Penida Cafe, Amok Sunset and Warnakali Restaurant Nusa Penida.
  • Cafes and local places: Warung Forest, Sunny Cafe Penida and Ogix Warung.

Day 12: Nusa Penida → Nusa Lembongan

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↠ Nusa Lembongan: 1 night – View hotels in Nusa Lembongan .

Transfer from Nusa Penida to Nusa Lembongan. Check in at the hotel.

I recommend you visit Nusa Lembongan as early as possible to enjoy the full day on the island. Apart from touring Nusa Lembongan, don’t miss Nusa Ceningan, a small island accessible from Lembongan via a small yellow bridge. Nusa Ceningan, in my opinion, is much prettier.

Nusa Lembongan: Devil’s Tear and beaches

Some of the busiest beaches on Nusa Lembongan are Dream Beach, Mushroom Bay and Jungutbatu Beach. My favorite out of all these beaches is Dream Beach.

Near this beach is Devil’s Tear. Here you can see how the water reaches several meters high when it hits the cliffs, as if it were a blowhole. If you visit this place on a sunny day, don’t miss the rainbow that forms thanks to this phenomenon. Don’t get too close to the edge, as it can be dangerous.

Nusa Ceningan: Blue Lagoon and beaches

In Nusa Ceningan, you cannot miss Blue Lagoon. Here, I was able to see the most beautiful and intense blue I had ever seen in my life. You can walk around the entire cliff that surrounds the lagoon and appreciate the views of the lagoon.

Between one and two hours before sunset, I recommend going to one of the beachside cafes on Nusa Ceningan. You can take a swim while you have a drink and watch the sunset. In this area the water is very calm and clear. We went to a cafe called The Sand and I really liked it. There were swings and sun loungers, it was very nice.

Another beach you can visit in Nusa Ceningan is Secret Beach. Or if you prefer to have a drink while cliff jumping, don’t miss Mahana Point.


  • $: Dream Beach Hostel Lembongan .
  • $$: Dayung Villas ,  Lembongan Seaview .
  • $$$: The Acala Shri Sedana ( my hotel ).

Day 13: Nusa Lembongan → Uluwatu

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↠ Uluwatu: 1 night – View hotels in Uluwatu .

Transfer from Nusa Lembongan to Uluwatu. You can book it in advance at 12Go Asia . Check in at the hotel.

Visit to Nyang Nyang Beach, Uluwatu Cliff and Uluwatu Temple.

Nyang Nyang Beach

I recommend you visit Nyang Nyang Beach, one of Bali’s most stunning beaches , if you’ve arrived in Uluwatu feeling upbeat. The beach is 1.5 km long, has white sand, and is encircled by a number of cliffs. Since there are numerous steps to descend in order to reach the beach, it is quite challenging. The upside is that you won’t find many people around. Update: A motorcycle can now be used to get there.

Uluwatu Cliff

After enjoying this amazing beach, you can go to Uluwatu Cliff, also known as Karang Boma Cliff. The ocean views are beautiful. From the cliff, you can also see in the distance the Uluwatu Temple, the next place on the list.

Uluwatu Temple

To end the day, I recommend you go to the Uluwatu Temple, built on a 70-meter cliff. During the sunset (from 18:00 to 19:00), a traditional dance called the Kecak Fire Dance is held. If you are interested in seeing it, I recommend that you buy the ticket to the Uluwatu Temple show in advance.

Don’t miss my Uluwatu travel guide if you want to know more about this area of Bali.


  • $: Kayu Tua Villa .
  • $$: Telaga Sari ( my hotel ), Oceanna .
  • $$$: Hari Indah Boutique Hotel & Spa .
  • $$$$: Renaissance Bali Uluwatu Resort & Spa , one of the best hotels in all of Bali .

Day 14 – Bali 2-week itinerary: Uluwatu

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Day 14 is beach day! You can choose from all these places: Balangan Beach, Binging Beach, Thomas Beach, Suluban Beach, Melasti Beach, Sundays Beach Club and Single Fin (sunset bar) or Mana Uluwatu.

Balangan Beach Viewpoint

Uluwatu has the best beaches of all Bali and this day it touches to discover if it is true. I recommend you begin the morning at the Balangan Beach viewpoint. The views are very pretty.

Bingin Beach

Next, you can visit Bingin Beach. It is a small and cozy beach, a good place to take the first swim of the day. In front of the beach there are several bars and restaurants, so if you haven’t had breakfast or feel like having a drink, it is a good place to do so.

Thomas Beach

Thomas Beach (pictured above) is one of my favorite beaches in Uluwatu. It is one of the best beaches to stay a few hours and enjoy the sun and the sea. You can rent sun loungers for the whole day or a few hours at a good price. You can also rent surfboards and eat at one of the many restaurants.

Suluban Beach

Another beach that is never missing from any visit to Uluwatu is Suluban Beach, a beach well known among surfers. To access it, you have to go through a kind of cave formed by the rocks.

Single Fin or Mana Uluwatu

To end the day, I recommend Single Fin, one of the most famous bars in Uluwatu, to watch the sunset. Order a Bintang beer and enjoy the show. You can also go to Mana Uluwatu, a very cool restaurant-bar with a pool.

Sundays Beach Club or Melasti Beach

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If you feel like relaxing a bit on your last day in Bali, I recommend going to Sundays Beach Club , located on a pristine beach. The admission fee includes a towel, wifi, kayak rental, snorkeling gear and a paddle board. We spent a day at the beach club on our first visit to Bali and we enjoyed it. If you wish to visit a beautiful beach, easily accessible and free of charge, head to Melasti Beach.


  • Cafes: The Loft, Suka Espresso, BGS Uluwatu.
  • Local food: D’alvie Kitchen, Kelly’s Warung.

Map: Bali in two weeks

In the following map, you can find all the areas and places to visit mentioned in this article and the hotels I have recommended, with their respective links to Booking.

If you have additional concerns about the places where you are going to stay during your trip to this island, take a look at my blog post about where to stay in Bali . Also, don’t forget to visit my Indonesia travel guide if you plan on visiting more places in the country.

I hope that this Bali 2-week itinerary has been of value to you in planning your unforgettable journey. If you have any questions, I encourage you to reach out to me by email or graciously share your thoughts in the comments section below. See you next time!


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2 Weeks in Bali Itinerary: An Ultimate Guide

If you are planning a trip to Bali, then you are going to need two weeks in Bali as this island is magical. I would even say, 2 weeks in Bali is not enough time to see every corner of this amazing island.

I have visited Bali over three years, but I’ve visited this magical island around four times now on four separate occasions, spending 2 weeks in Bali each time, as well as visiting the south islands, and the Gili islands too. Despite it changing constantly over the last 10 years it’s somewhere I decide to return to again and again. It’s a place which has a very special place in my heart and I have grown fond of over the years.

In absence of me having visited over the past three years I have got nostalgic and decided to pull together more content from my time travelling around south east asia and Indonesia. This guide to 2 weeks in Bali will help you plan your trip, find some where to stay in Bali, give you ideas on things to do in Bali and much more. 

The wonderful Indonesian island of Bali, is known for many things, but some of my favourites include mountains, volcanoes, rice paddies, surf, coral reefs and temples. When I visited Bali the last time I spent a wonderful two weeks in Bali, exploring every corner of the island, finding all the fun things to do in Bali.

Next up in my series of content, is a guide to 2 weeks in Bali itinerary. Keep reading to find out more!

2 Weeks in Bali Itinerary

10 things to do in bali.

  • Head to a yoga retreat in Ubud
  • Wander through Monkey Forest 
  • Visit the world heritage site The Elephant Cave
  • Climb the active volcano Mount Batur
  • Take a dip at Tibumana Waterfall
  • Take a boat over to the Gili Islands
  • Go on a snorkelling day trip and spot sea turtles
  • Take a visit to Tanah Lot Temple
  • See impressive architecture at Besakih Temple
  • Jump on another boat and head to Nusa Lembongan

READ MORE:  21 Things to do in Bali

2 Weeks in Bali Itinerary


For your 2 Weeks in Bali, you will fly into the country. There are no direct flights into Bali from the UK, however many popular airlines operate indirect flights via Europe or the Far East to this beautiful island. Bali Ngurah Rai International Airport, also known as Denpasar International Airport, is located in southern Bali, 13 km south of Denpasar.

The flight time is around 18 hours with a stopover in either Singapore or Dubai! I flew with Emirates last time I visited Bali and it cost me around £450 in economy class. However when I just checked Skyscanner for any time, any date in the next month if offered me a flight for only £241. That’s why I pulled together a guide of no less than 2 weeks in Bali, as you will need 14 days to explore, relax and discover as a minimum. 


The best time to travel for 2 Weeks in Bali is between April and September, just before and just after high season. It’s still dry season, and less humid, but the prices in most of the hotels are lesser. The weather can make a big difference as the island is much nicer to travel when its not monsoon season. 


For your 2 Weeks in Bali, under the Visa Exemption rule, American citizens are not required to have a visa to enter Indonesia if staying for tourism for 30 days or less. Entry under the visa exemption is for free but may not be extended.

U.S. citizens visiting family or traveling for other purposes may apply for a 30-day visa on arrival. For UK citizens you just have to pay for an entry visa and exit visa when you arrive and leave. I can’t remember the exact price but it was around £10. (Credit: State.gov )


The best way to spend 2 weeks in Bali is to get around Bali either by car, bus or by moped. I would recommend using a taxi service whilst in Bali as its easy and cheap. If you are splashing the cash you could also hire a car, and get slightly more freedom, but bear in mind the island is not always car friendly. 

Riding a taxi in Bali works the same way it does everywhere else and I’d recommend using the blue taxis marked “Bali Taxi” (or also known as Blue Bird Taxis) as are the most honest and tend not to rip off tourists.


Once you land in Bali, will you arrive to Denpasar Airport which is close to the beachside city of Kuta on the south of the island? Kuta has lively bars, night clubs and trendy restaurants, while Seminyak, Sanur and Nusa Dua are popular resort towns and are great for surfing too. During 2 weeks in Bali, you will be able to explore most of the island, especially the main hubs. 

There are some amazing places to stay, including these expensive places to stay in Nusa Dua .

The best surfing spots on the island are Padang Padang and Uluwatu, so whether you are a pro or want to learn to make sure you add a stop here. 

Then if you head further inland you’ll come across the gorgeous intimate town of Ubud, a hillside town known for its spa treatments, yoga, monkey forest and buddha bowls. It’s also where a lot of the yoga retreats and meditation centres are on the island, so is perfect if you want some time to relax and recoup.

Here are the various regions you could stay during your trip to Bali, I’ve stayed all over and can promise you Ubud is amazing! Or you could opt to stay in Kuta or Seminyak, depending on whether you are travelling as a backpacker, couple or family. Here is my guide of where to stay in Bali ….

  • South Bali – Kuta, Western Bukit, Uluwatu, Canggu, Denpasar, Jimbaran, Legian, Nusa Dua, Sanur, Seminyak, and Tanah Lot
  • Central Bali – Ubud, Gianyar, Bedugul, Tabanan
  • West Bali – Negara, Gilimanuk, Medewi Beach, Pemuteran
  • North Bali – Lovina, Singaraja
  • East Bali – Amed, Besakih, Candidasa, Kintamani, Klungkung, Mount Agung, Padang Bai, Tirta Gangga
  • Outer Islands – Nusa Lembongan, Nusa Penida, Nusa Ceningan, Nusa Dua

READ MORE: Where to stay in Bali (inc. hostels + 5* hotels)

Bali Itinerary


Here are my top 10 things to do in bali…, 1. head to a yoga retreat in ubud.

One of my favourite places in Bali is Ubud. This is where you want to go for amazing food, yoga and rice field adventures. And it’s also home to monkey forest and stunning temples, as well as hundreds of juice bars, yoga studios and wellness retreats. I love Ubud but it can get quite busy so if you can, go out of season to really enjoy it’s comforts.

2. Wander through Monkey Forest

As with my point above when in Bali, you should take a walk through monkey forest. The complex is full of over 500 monkeys and the three temples that still stand here date from the 14th century. Entry is 50,000 IDR (at point of publication, I imagine it will increase over the years!) but make sure you keep your wits about you, as the monkeys are super cheeky and are so used to tourists now, they will take any belongings left around, and even take sunglasses off the top of your head. BEWARE! Don’t bring in any food and keep valuables like cameras attached to you.

3. Climb the active volcano Mount Batur and watch the sunrise

This is worth the views – TRUST ME! I may mean an early start but it’s worth it when you look out across Bali and see the best scenes I’ve ever seen! We hiked this in the early hours of the morning to watch the sunrise and it was takes about two hours to the summit. Your guide will supply torches and usually a snack to eat at the top which cost about 300,000 IDR per person.

4. Take a dip at Tibumana Waterfall

There are so many wonderful waterfalls in Bali, but if you want to see one, make sure you stop by at Tibumana Waterfall. The waterfall drop from plant ferns in to a bright blue pool at the bottom, and it’s just magical. This is another fun thing to do in Bali! Why not spend some time here wading in the beautiful water, take a dip under the falls, or get out your camera to get a great shot, perfect for Instagram.

5. Go in search of turtles at Padang Bai

If you love snorkeling or scuba diving, a trip to Padang Bai is the best place to go in Bali. There are an array of dive sites with different coral reefs to explore and an amazing array of fish and marine life to see including sharks, turtles and manta rays. And if you want, you can also get PADI certified!

6. Take a visit to Tanah Lot Temple

Another beautiful wonder of Bali is the Tanah Lot Temple. It’s possibly one of the most beautiful places I’ve ever seen and is one of the most popular places to visit in Bali! Tanah Lot is a Hindu temple located on top of a rock formation, which is separated from the mainland by the tide. When the tide comes in the rocks become an island, making it a beautiful sight to be seen. Oh and the sunsets here are insane!

7. Stay a night in the unique Bali Bubble hotel

One of the most famous places to stay in Bali is the Bali Bubble Hotel in Uluwatu. The accommodation comprises of six transparent bubble tents located at Nyang Nyang Beach Uluwatu. The Bali Bubble Hotel is amazing and all you need it a bed and views across the Indian Ocean.

8. Be cliche and head to the Bali Swing

You can’t go to Bali without heading to the Bali Swing just outside Ubud. It’s an Instagrammers paradise and beware as this place gets busy so go at opening time. It also has that beautiful soft light which is perfect for getting a photo without harsh contrasts and shadows.

9. Watch the traditional Kecak dance at Uluwatu temple

Uluwatu Temple is possibly the most beautiful temple in Bali standing 70 metres above the sea, on the edge of a cliff. Uluwatu Temple overlooks the raging waters below and offers visitors the most spectacular views of the ocean. The stunning architecture and its monkey population makes this spot popular. BUT REMEMBER keep your camera strapped to you, and be open to losing your sunglasses!

10. Party the night away in Kuta

One of the most fun things to do in Bali is head out for a night in Kuta! Bali’s top nightlife venues and best clubs are spread throughout Kuta, Legian and Seminyak. My favourite place in Kuta is Sky Garden Lounge; there are a range of different venues within the super club, where you can hang out, drink and dine, the complex’s top floor is where everybody heads first.

Bali is also amazing for surfing. I would highly recommend  surfing in Indonesia .

Just writing this 2 Weeks in Bali is making me want to return to this magical island ASAP….

Bali Itinerary

Day 1-3 Bali Itinerary

Uluwatu, tanah lot and seminyak.

On your first day in Bali I would suggest jumping in a car and heading to the world famous Uluwatu Temple.

And once you’re done here, I would also head to Tanah Lot Temple, in time for sunset.  Another beautiful wonder of Bali is the Tanah Lot Temple. It’s possibly one of the most beautiful places I’ve ever seen and is one of the most popular places to visit in Bali! Tanah Lot is a Hindu temple located on top of a rock formation, which is separated from the mainland by the tide. When the tide comes in the rocks become an island, making it a beautiful sight to be seen. Oh and the sunsets here are insane!

Day 4-5  Bali Itinerary

Seminyak, petitenget beach and elephant safari park.

Seminyak is a beach resort area at the southern end of Bali, Indonesia, with many luxury hotels, villas and spas and its a popular area for couples and families, with their resort life. There are also many bars, cafes and clubs, offering visitors the opportunity to splash the cash. Whilst here you could also head to the beautiful Petitenget beaches, which are wide, west-facing stretches of Indian Ocean shoreline and a great place for an hour of surfing.

And if you’ve got time from here make a stop at Elephant Safari Park in Desa Taro. It’s the only dedicated Elephant Park in Bali where you can see, feel, bathe, wash, Elephants. 

Day 6-9 Bali Itinerary

Ubud and tegalalang .

For another few days as part of your two weeks in Bali I would suggest an overnight stay in the magical town of Ubud.

One of my favourite places in Bali is Ubud. This is where you want to go for amazing food, yoga and rice field adventures. And it’s also home to monkey forest and stunning temples, as well as hundreds of juice bars, yoga studios and wellness retreats. I love Ubud but it can get quite busy so if you can, go out of season to really enjoy it’s comforts.

Whilst you are here you could also head out to the north to the neighbor town of Tegalalang. Another bucket list adventure you cannot miss on a trip to Bali is a visit to the iconic rice paddies. The most famous rice paddies in Bali are Tegallalang, because of its stunning terraces that make it look like a stairway. When we visited, we grabbed a coffee at the cafe overlooking the rice terraces and admired the views and the workers collecting the rice. This was one of my favourite things to do in Bali.

Day 10-11 Bali Itinerary

Balangan beach.

For a mid-two weeks in Bali day why not go to the stunning Balangan Beach which is one of the most picturesque beaches in Bali. Bali has some of the best beaches in the world so make sure reserve a couple of days where you don’t explore too much and simply relax. You can also go snorkelling here as the waters are clear and calm.

Day 12-14 Bali Itinerary

Mount batur and pura ulun danu bratan.

On 12th day in Bali why not head north and head to Mount Batur for a view. You can c limb the active volcano Mount Batur and watch the sunrise. This is worth the views – TRUST ME! I may mean an early start but it’s worth it when you look out across Bali and see the best scenes I’ve ever seen! We hiked this in the early hours of the morning to watch the sunrise and it was takes about two hours to the summit. 

Day 14+ Bali Itinerary

Kuta and party.

On your last stop on the island spend a day and a night in Kuta!

One of the most fun things to do in Bali is head out for a night in Kuta! Bali’s top nightlife venues and best clubs are spread throughout Kuta, Legian and Seminyak. My favourite place in Kuta is Sky Garden Lounge; there are a range of different venues within the super club, where you can hang out, drink and dine, the complex’s top floor is where everybody heads first.

It’s also fairly close to the airport too so you can get to your flight easily. Head quickly to Kuta beach and get some suntan and swimming in. After enjoying the beautiful sunset, head to the city and check out Kuta’s vibrant nightlife. 

2 Weeks in Bali Itinerary

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Itinerario Bali (Indonesia): Cosa vedere a Bali in 7, 10 e 14 giorni

Daniele - Gayly Planet | 31 Agosto 2023

Itinerario Bali (Indonesia): Cosa vedere a Bali in 7, 10 e 14 giorni

L’Indonesia è da qualche anno una delle destinazioni in Asia più visitate, specialmente Bali che rappresenta di per sé la destinazione di punta dei viaggi in Indonesia. Se stai organizzando un viaggio a Bali è importante avere a portata di mano tutte le informazioni per organizzare un viaggio a Bali fai da te , ma anche dei consigli su degli itinerari a Bali che ti permettano di visitare i luoghi più belli indipendentemente da quanti giorni avrai a disposizione.

In questa guida potrai trovare tutte le informazioni e i consigli per un itinerario di viaggio a Bali perfetto di una settimana, 10 giorni o 2 settimane con le città dove prendere un albergo e una selezione dei migliori hotel per ogni fascia di prezzo, ma anche tutto quello da vedere, i tour consigliati e le attività migliori che non puoi assolutamente perdere.

In questo articolo:

Itinerario Bali di 7 giorni (Una settimana)

Itinerario bali di 10 giorni, itinerario bali di 14 giorni (2 settimane), quando andare a bali, monte batur, pura ulun danu beratan.

  • Bali est: Tempi Tirta Gangga e Lempuyang e l’Edelweiss Garden

Seminyak e Kuta

Itinerari di viaggio per bali di 7, 10 e 14 giorni.


Bali è un’isola in Indonesia davvero incredibile e per questo ogni anno attira tantissime persone che vengono qui per visitare alcuni dei luoghi più belli al mondo come le risaie di Bali patrimonio dell’UNESCO e i tempi induisti capaci di farti riappacificare con il mondo. Ma non dimentichiamoci che a Bali troverai anche spiagge indimenticabili, cibo gustosissimo e alcuni dei panorami dell’Indonesia capaci di lasciarti senza fiato. In base a che tipi di viaggio stai organizzando e a quanto tempo hai a disposizione, qui potrai trovare tre itinerari per Bali: itinerario di 7 e 10 giorni per Bali e un itinerario di 2 settimane (15 giorni in totale) per Bali e le Isole Gili , uno dei paradisi naturali più belli di tutta l’Indonesia.

Qui potrai vedere la divisione delle giornate in modo da non dover passare da un hotel all’altro ogni giorno, e con una selezione delle città per poterti far vedere e scoprire i luoghi più importanti di Bali senza dover necessariamente fare ore e ore in automobile. Successivamente troverai le attività consigliate per ogni giornata, le escursioni da non perdere e consigli sui migliori hotel da prenotare.

  • Giorno 1 : Ubud . Inizio del viaggio a Bali di 7 giorni – Notte a Ubud
  • Giorno 2 : Ubud . Alla scoperta di Ubud tra foresta delle scimmie , templi e mercato – Notte a Ubud
  • Giorno 3 : Ubud/Monte Batur . Escursione all’alba sul Monte Batur , una delle esperienze più belle – Notte a Ubud
  • Giorno 4 : Ubud . Ulun Danu Beratan , il tempio più importante di Bali – Notte a Ubud
  • Giorno 5 : Ubud . Le terrazze di riso Tegalalang e i dintorni di Ubud – Notte a Ubud
  • Giorno 6 : Canggu e Seminyak . Taman Ayun Temple,  Tanah Lot  e Canggu – Notte a Seminyak o Kuta
  • Giorno 7 : Seminyak o Kuta. La baia di Jimbaran e Uluwatu , o escursione in giornata alle Isole Nusa – Notte a Seminyak o Kuta
  • Giorno 8 : Seminyak o Kuta. Partenza e fine del viaggio a Bali di 7 giorni
  • Giorno 1 : Ubud . Inizio del viaggio a Bali di 10 giorni – Notte a Ubud
  • Giorno 5 : Ubud . Le terrazze di riso Tegalalang , danze e relax a Ubud – Notte a Ubud
  • Giorno 6 : Canggu e Seminyak . Taman Ayun Temple,  Tanah Lot – Notte a Seminyak o Kuta
  • Giorno 7 : Nusa Penida. Alla scoperta della spiaggia T-Rex , Manta Bay e Crystal Bay – Notte a Nusa Penida
  • Giorno 8 : Nusa Penida. Escursione in giornata a Nusa Lembongan e Nusa Ceningan – Notte a Nusa Penida
  • Giorno 9 : Uluwatu. Giornata alla baia di Jimbaran – Notte a Uluwatu
  • Giorno 10 : Uluwatu. Alla scoperta di Uluwatu tra templi e spiagge indimenticabili – Notte a Uluwatu
  • Giorno 11 : Uluwatu . Partenza e fine del viaggio a Bali di 10 giorni
  • Giorno 1 : Ubud . Inizio del viaggio a Bali di due settimane – Notte a Ubud
  • Giorno 6 : Canggu e Seminyak. Alla scoperta di Canggu , e dei templi Taman Ayun e  Tanah Lot – Notte a Seminyak o Kuta
  • Giorno 7 : Nusa Penida. Arrivo a Nusa Penida, Pura Penataran Ped e tramonto in spiaggia – Notte a Nusa Penida
  • Giorno 8 : Nusa Penida. Alla scoperta della spiaggia T-Rex , Manta Bay e Crystal Bay – Notte a Nusa Penida
  • Giorno 9 : Nusa Lembongan. Visita a Nusa Lembongan e Nusa Ceningan – Notte a Nusa Lembongan
  • Giorno 10 : Uluwatu. Giornata alla baia di Jimbaran – Notte a Uluwatu
  • Giorno 11 : Uluwatu. Alla scoperta di Uluwatu tra templi e spiagge indimenticabili – Notte a Uluwatu
  • Giorno 12 : Isole Gili . Arrivo a Gili Trawangan , l’isola più grande e quella più divertente – Notte a Gili Trawangan
  • Giorno 13 : Isole GIli . Escursione in giornata per scoprire Gili Meno e Gili Air – Notte a Gili Trawangan
  • Giorno 14 : Seminyak o Kuta . Ultimo giorno alle isole Gili e ritorno in serata a Kuta o Seminyak – Notte a Seminyak o Kuta
  • Giorno 15 : Seminyak o Kuta . Partenza e fine del viaggio a Bali di 15 giorni

Prima di vedere l’itinerario di viaggio dettagliato per Bali, la domanda che tutte le persone si fanno prima di cominciare a organizzare un viaggio per Bali in Indonesia è: “Quale è il periodo migliore per andare a Bali?”. A Bali ci sono principalmente due stagioni. La stagione secca a Bali va da maggio a settembre ed è il momento ideale per godersi le sue spiagge mozzafiato e le attività all’aperto senza piogge improvvise, ma per questo motivo l’isola è presa letteralmente d’assalto dai turisti di tutto il mondo. Se vuoi evitare le folle e goderti una Bali più vivibile, autentica e molto più conveniente, allora la stagione umida è da preferire e va dai mesi di ottobre ad aprile, quando sono molto comuni temporali e forti piogge che però non durano mai troppo. Qui sotto potrai vedere prima uno specchietto facilitato con il meteo di Bali per tutti i mesi e successivamente troverai una tabella mese per mese con le temperature minime e massime, le giornate di piogge e una descrizione di ogni mese con le attività consigliate.

Per quanto riguarda le temperature, sono molto stabili tutto l’anno, ma ovviamente durante la stagione umida si avverte più caldo e difficilmente ci si troverà con i vestiti asciutti. Qui sotto puoi trovare una tabella per vedere mese per mese le temperature, i giorni di pioggia e una descrizione con i consigli su cosa fare.

In definitiva, il periodo migliore per visitare Bali dipende dalle tue priorità. Se cerchi un clima più secco e desideri goderti appieno le attività all’aperto, i mesi da maggio a settembre sono l’ideale. Tuttavia, se sei disposto a gestire un po’ di pioggia per evitare le folle e risparmiare, i mesi da ottobre ad aprile potrebbero sorprenderti con la loro bellezza e autenticità. Che tu voglia prendere le onde, immergerti nella cultura o semplicemente rilassarti sulla spiaggia, Bali ha molto da offrire in ogni mese dell’anno.

Itinerario di viaggio per Bali dettagliato

In questa parte della guida vedremo nel dettaglio tutti gli itinerari per avere il massimo delle informazioni su come organizzare il viaggio a Bali, quali sono i luoghi da non perdere per nessuna ragione al mondo e come pianificare spostamenti e alloggi per un viaggio a Bali perfetto e senza intoppi.

Se invece stai cercando anche tutte le informazioni più tecniche come info sul visto, quanto costa un viaggio a Bali, connessione, sicurezza e molto altro, leggi la nostra guida su come organizzare un viaggio a Bali con tutti i consigli necessari.

Ubud Bali Cosa vedere quando andare e dove dormire

Ubud è il cuore di Bali e qui ci sono alcune delle cose più belle da fare e da vedere, non a caso abbiamo anche realizzato una guida specifica di Ubud con tutte le cose più importanti da vedere. Tutti gli itinerari partono da qui perché questo è il luogo migliore dove entrare in contatto con l’Isola e abituarsi alla bellezza dei luoghi che si vedranno durante tutto il viaggio.

Dall’aeroporto internazionale di Bali si può prenotare un trasferimento per arrivare subito a Ubud, direttamente in hotel, così da rinfrescarsi e andare subito alla scoperta di questa incredibile città immersa nelle risaie. Puoi prenotare il trasferimento dall’aeroporto a Ubud su questo sito , inserendo tutti i dati del volo. Il prezzo è ad auto e non a persona, quindi molto conveniente.

  • Il transfert si può prenotare fino a 24 ore prima
  • Sito ufficiale per prenotare la macchina
  • Costo: circa €28 a macchina, fino a 5 persone

Una volta a Ubud avrai l’imbarazzo della scelta su cosa fare e cosa vedere, oltre che essere in una città comodissima per esplorare tutta l’isola, perché da qui si è vicinissimi a tutto.

Come muoversi a Ubud e a Bali

Una volta a Ubud potrai decidere come spostarti in base alle tue esigenze. Qui troverai taxi (ricordati di prendere sempre i taxi Blue Bird , gli unici con il tassametro sempre acceso), macchine in sharing con l’app Grab, tour con trasporti che ti consiglieremo in questo articolo, ma anche moto a noleggio (circa €5 al giorno) oppure prenotare un auto con conducente per 8 ore e decidere cosa visitare. Puoi prenotare l’auto su questo sito .

Centro di Ubud e templi


Scopri tutte le attività e cosa vedere a Ubud con la nostra guida , ma non perderti per nulla al mondo la foresta sacra delle scimmie , un luogo davvero incredibile con templi, natura e tantissime scimmiette bellissime. Fai un giro al market di Ubud dove troverai tanti prodotti artigianali a un ottimo prezzo e non dimenticarti una visita ai templi come il Pura Tirta Empul e il Goa Gajah , anche chiamato grotta dell’elefante .

Se preferisci scoprire Ubud con una guida allora prenota il tour del centro di Ubud e dei templi vicini che include anche automobile, guida e gruppo privato fino a 5 persone .

Tegallalang le terrazze di riso


Poco fuori Bali potrai vedere le terrazze di riso di Tegallalang, famosissime non solo perché sono patrimonio dell’UNESCO, ma anche perché è una delle location più famose del film “Mangia, Prega, Ama”. Qui potrai venire per ammirare i colori incredibilmente vividi delle risaie e divertirti scattando foto in uno dei tanti punti panoramici. Qui troverai altalene sospese nel nulla e angoli curatissimi per gli amanti delle foto profilo.

Un’altra bellissima esperienza è fare un tour in bicicletta tra le risaie di Bali . Se ti piace pedalare, questo tour è perfetto, dura 3 ore e ti porta alla scoperta delle risaie dell’isola più belle, include il trasferimento dall’hotel, il noleggio bici e anche il pranzo.

Massaggi e yoga

Se vuoi rilassarti e ritrovare la serenità e la pace, Ubud è il posto giusto, perché non è solo il cuore di Bali ma anche il cuore della spiritualità dell’isola. Qui potrai fare corsi e lezioni di yoga ogni giorno, specialmente all’alba e al tramonto, oltre che provare i famosissimi massaggi balinesi. Troverai centri massaggi ovunque ma uno di quelli consigliati lo puoi prenotare su questo sito .

Il massaggio deluxe, ovvero il più completo, dura un’ora ed è un trattamento incredibile, tra profumo di frangipane, oli per massaggi e i sapienti movimenti di massaggiatrici e massaggiatori pronti a farti sentire una persona rinata.

  • Durata massaggio: 1 ora
  • Costo massaggio: da €11 a €22 circa
  • Prenotazione su questo sito

Dove dormire a Ubud

Per questo itinerario Ubud è la prima città in cui dormire e prendere un hotel, perché è centrale nell’isola e permette di visitare gran parte delle cose in giornata e senza stressarsi troppo nel traffico. Dormire a Ubud può essere una vera e propria esperienza perché gran parte degli hotel e delle case sono immerse nella natura, anche se sono nel centro città. Qui potrai trovare una selezione di hotel a Ubud dove dormire con le migliori strutture per ogni fascia di prezzo.

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I migliori hotel a Ubud in Indonesia

  • Dewi Antara Homestay : questo homestay a Ubud è economico ma è uno dei posti più belli dove si possa alloggiare. Con le sue camere tutte affacciate attorno a un tempietto di famiglia molto caratteristico, qui troverai terrazzini e spazi in comune immersi nel verde. Sembrerà quasi di dormire in un tempio! La famiglia che gestisce questa casa è davvero disponibile e gentile, inoltre qui troverai una piscina in pietra davvero comoda e bella e la colazione è buonissima. Inoltre qui si è a pochissimi minuti a piedi da tutto.
  • In Da Garden : l’homestay In Da Garden è in centro a Ubud, non ha la piscina ma è un posto comodissimo e proprio nel cuire della città. Inoltre è una soluzione davvero economica oltre che un homestay letteralmente immerso nel verde.
  • Kano Sari Ubud Villas : queste ville si trovano poco distanti dal centro di Ubud e sono delle piccole case molto comode e bellissime, in cui potrai trovare non solo la piscina ma anche una vasca da bagno in pietra in cui fare un bagno di fiori balinese
  • Ubud Valley Boutique Hotel : se ti piace dormire in hotel in cui si viene coccolati al massimo, questo è il posto giusto. Con una piscina a sfioro con vista sulla valle, qui troverai tutti i comfort che ti aspetteresti a Bali, dall’ottima cucina, massaggi, trattamenti e bagno in acqua aromatizzata. Inoltre la mattina vengono organizzati corsi di yoga

Cerchi un hotel a Ubud? Controlla le offerte e risparmia


Il trekking all’alba sul Monte Batur è di gran lunga l’esperienza più bella che si possa fare a Bali. Il Monte Batur è in realtà un vulcano, e arrivando qui prima dell’alba potrai scoprire una meraviglia della natura nel momento in cui i colori sono tra i più belli e vividi della giornata.

Questo trekking si può fare con un tour organizzato che penserà a tutto, dalla guida ai trasporto. Si parte dall’hotel prima delle 2 di notte per raggiungere il vulcano Batur, uno dei punti più alti di Bali. Una volta raggiunti i piedi del monte Batur, che per i Balinesi è un luogo sacro, comincia la salita fino al raggiungimento del cratere. Qui difficilmente si riesce a parlare perché il panorama lascia senza fiato. Dopo aver visto l’alba, si potranno visitare altri tre crateri e prima di scendere ci sarà una colazione ad attenderti.

Se vuoi rilassarti dopo questo trekking, potrai anche visitare delle terme naturali qui vicino dove far rilassare i muscoli con l’acqua calda che fuoriesce dalla terra.

Il tour include:

  • Trasporto in minibus dall’hotel
  • Torcia e bastoncini da trekking
  • Biglietto per le terme (se si visitano)

Il costo è di circa €45 e si può prenotare su questo sito .


Il tempio Pura Ulun Danu Beratan è per gli indonesiani il luogo più sacro di tutta l’Isola. È stato costruito sul lago Bratan è arrivando qui si potrà avvertire che questo è un luogo davvero unico. Il tempio sembra quasi galleggiare, ed è dedicato alla dea dell’acqua Dewi Danu. Una particolarità di questo tempio è che è di fede mista buddista e induista, e il tempio è diviso su diverse isolette sparse sul lago.

Il momento migliore per visitare il tempio è al tramonto, quando il cielo diventa arancione e trasforma il lago in uno specchio colorato.

  • Orari di apertura: 9-19
  • Costo di ingresso: IDR 75.000 (circa €5)


Visto che il lago è a un’ora a Ubud si consiglia di aggiungere alla visita anche altri luoghi incredibilmente belli qui nelle vicinanze come la cascata Nungnung , immersa nella natura e alta 70o metri, davvero incredibile. Poco più a sud potrai visitare anche le risaie Jatiluwih , patrimonio dell’UNESCO. Inoltre vicinissima al lago puoi anche trovare la famosissima porta del paradiso presente in moltissime foto di Bali. In realtà questa porta è l’ingresso di un golf club, non ha nulla di spirituale, ma è davvero incredibile.

Per questa giornata puoi utilizzare una moto se ne hai noleggiata una, noleggiare un auto con conducente per 8 ore su questo sito oppure prenotare una di queste due escursioni che comprendono entrambe il tempio, e combinano altri luoghi nella stessa zona.

  • Tour privato di Tanah Lot, Ulun Danu Beratan e Tanab Ayub e risaie di Jatiluwih (Auto e guida inclusi, durata 10 ore)
  • Tour privato di Tanah Lot, Ulun Danu Beratan, cascata Nungnung e risaie di Jatiluwih (Auto e guida inclusi, durata 10 ore)

Bali est: Tempi Tirta Gangga e Lempuyang e l’ Edelweiss Garden

La zona a est di Bali è poco visitata perché qui ci sono principalmente montagne e piccolissimi paesi, principalmente vissuti dalle persone del posto. Ma tra i paesaggi montani di questa regione chiamata Karangasem si possono visitare alcuni dei posti più belli di tutta Bali.


Il tempio di Pura Lempuyang è forse il più famoso. Dedicato al Dio della Pace, per raggiungere le Porte del Paradiso più famose di tutta l’isola bisognerà salire 1700 gradini. Sulla sommità si rimane senza parole: nel mezzo della porta del paradiso si potrà vedere un’incredibile vista del vulcano Agung. Questo posto è molto famoso anche per delle foto molto particolari. Un signore indonesiano, con un gioco di specchi sarà in grado di farti una fotografia mentre sei sulla porta del paradiso, trasformando il pavimento in un bellissimo lago. Un piccolo consiglio: proprio per via delle meravigliose foto di questo signore, questo tempio è uno tra i più visitati di Bali, cerca di arrivare il prima possibile per godertelo senza troppe persone.

  • Orari: 7-17, tutti i giorni
  • Costo: IDR 100.000 (circa € 6,5)

Un altro tempio in questa zona che merita assolutamente di essere visitato è il Pura Tirta Gangga , un tempio pieno di sentieri e percorsi nelle vasche che ti sembrerà di poter camminare sull’acqua. Il tempio è meravigliosamente decorato e pieno di fontante con cui rinfrescarsi.

  • Orari: 8-19, tutti i giorni
  • Costo: IDR 50.000 (circa € 3,5)

Per questa giornata puoi utilizzare una moto se ne hai noleggiata una, noleggiare un auto con conducente per 8 ore su questo sito oppure prenotare un’escursione dell’est di Bali con auto e guida.

  • Escursione privata a Pura Lempuyang, Pura Tirta Gangga e all’Edelwise Garden (Auto e guida inclusi, durata 10 ore)


Canggu, poco sopra le famosissime Seminyak e Kuta, è un villaggio sul mare davvero bello, non a caso nel tempo è diventato la meta di tantissime persone che hanno deciso di trasferirsi qua da Europa e Stati Uniti per lavorare, trasformando questo villaggio in un centro perfetto per i nomadi digitali e gli amanti del surf. Qui ci si può rilassare tra un tuffo in alcune delle spiagge più belle di Bali o n corso di surf.

  • Love Anchor Market : Canggu ha la fama di essere una città hippy e non a caso qui puoi trovare uno dei mercatini hippy più belli di tutta Bali. Al Love Anchor potrai trovare tessuti, vestiti, gioielli e tantissimi oggetti di artigianato
  • Surf : questa città è famosa per le sue onde e per questo qui ci sono tantissime persone che vengono a fare surf. Ci sono onde e di ogni tipo, per questo a Canggu è sempre un’ottima idea provare a fare surf. Vai direttamente in spiaggia, e lì troverai tantissimi istruttori pronti a darti delle lezioni
  • Le spiagge più belle di Canggu : qui potrai trovare alcune tra le spiagge più belle di Bali. Per un bagno segnati queste spiagge da non perdere per nessun motivo: Batu Bolong, Echo, Berawa, e Pererenan
  • Pura Tanah Lot : questo tempio è meraviglioso ed è il posto perfetto dove andare ad ammirare il tramonto. Non troverai mai il Tanah Lot poco affollato, ma malgrado questo riesce sempre a mantenere il suo splendore

Dove dormire a Canggu

A Canggu si possono trovare alcuni degli hotel più belli di Bali. Anche quelli più economici sapranno sorprenderti grazie a piscine panoramiche, strutture immerse nella natura e dettagli curatissimi. Abbiamo selezionato i migliori hotel dove dormire a Canggu in Indonesia.

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I migliori hotel a Canggu

  • Kos One Hostel : se ti piacciono gli ostelli, questo è davvero perfetto. È molto economico ed è probabilmente l’ostello più curato dell’isola. Sarai a pochi metri dalla spiaggia di Batu Bolong ma difficilmente riuscirai a uscire da questo posto, tra piscine, bar e tutte le persone interessanti che lo frequentano. Inoltre le camere sono davvero comodissime.
  • Hotel Kano Canggu : questo hotel si trova in una casa tradizionale balinese. Ha delle camere comodissime e molto curate, ma il pezzo forte è la piscina all’aperto dove potrai provare il famoso floating breakfast , ovvero la colazione galleggiante in piscina.
  • Beyond Bungalows : non troppo distante dalla spiaggia di Batu Bolong, questo hotel è meraviglioso. Sono tanti piccoli bungalow curatissimi, affacciati su una bellissima piscina centrale. In ogni camera troverai un salotto e bagno privato, mentre non perderti un ottimo cocktail a bordo piscina

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Seminyak e Kuta sono sicuramente le destinazioni più divertenti di tutta Bali. Queste cittadine sul mare sono la mecca degli amanti dei beach club, dei ristoranti sulla spiaggia e del divertimento notturno. Non c’è molto da visitare, ma c’è tanto da divertirsi. Inoltre sono in una posizione strategica che permette sia di rimanere rilassati e tranquilli sulle coste di questa spiaggia, che girare per l’isola e fate escursioni meravigliose in giornata. Ecco cosa vedere a Seminyak e Kuta.

  • La spiaggia di Seminyak : a Seminyak si viene principalmente per la spiaggia perché è qui che succede tutto. La mattina potrai fare surf e prendere lezioni da uno dei tantissimi insegnanti che potrai trovare in spiaggia, mentre di pomeriggio, prima che si avvicini il tramonto tutto cambia. La spiaggia viene riempita di pouf colorati e ombrellini per potersi rilassare e bere un drink al tramonto. L’effetto è davvero bello e sarà difficile spostarsi da qui
  • Ristoranti in spiaggia : questa parte di Bali è famosa per i suoi ristoranti sulla spiaggia, tra tutti non puoi non provare a Seminyak il ristorante La Plancha , famoso per i suoi colori e gli ottimi piatti. Mentre sulla spiaggia di Kuta, se ti piace il pesce, vai al ristorante Lia , dove potrai mangiare pesce appena pescato, davvero ottimo.
  • I migliori beachclub : Bali è famosa per i suoi beachclub e tra Seminyak e Kuta troverai i migliori al mondo. Il più famoso in assoluto si chiama Potato Head , ed è davvero un posto incredibile. L’ingresso è gratuito mentre i servizi, come i lettini, sono a partire da €40. Se ti piace fare festa tra piscine, cocktail e spiaggia, non perderti questo beachclub

Dove dormire a Seminyak e Kuta

Qui potrai trovare degli ottimi hotel moderni e a poco prezzo dove dormire a Bali. Oltre ai famosi beach club, questa è anche la zona delle catene degli hotel che ti potranno assicurare il massimo del comfort e la vicinanza ai migliori locali dell’isola. Ecco una selezione dei migliori hotel dove dormire a Seminyak e Kuta.

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I migliori hotel a Seminyak e Kuta

  • FuramaXclusive Ocean Beach Seminyak Bali : questo hotel si trova vicinissimo alla spiaggia, è una struttura economica, ma praticamente perfetta. Le camere sono spaziose e molto comode e qui potrai trovare una serie di piscine che collegano tutta la struttura oltre a bar e SPA dove fare qualche massaggio
  • Villa Blubambu : a soli 4 minuti dalla spiaggia, Villa Blubambu è un bellissimo hotel con una piscina all’aperto immersa nella natura. Le camere sono comodisime e hanno tutte il bagno privato e la vista sulla piscina e sul giardino. Se hai bisogno di relax aggiuntivo, non perdere la vasca idromassaggio dove lasciarti andare sorseggiando un drink
  • Maya Seyang Seminyak : questa è la villa per chi cerca il massimo in un hotel. Una volta entrati sarà difficile uscire perché al Maya Seyang troverai tutto quello che cerchi. Benessere e relax nella spa, freschezza con le piscine della villa e cibo incredibile. Basti pensare che la colazione è meglio di un viaggio intorno al mondo con piatti balinesi, giapponesi e occidentali

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Uluwatu è al 100% la zona più bella del sud di Bali. È sempre bello trascorrere qui delle giornate, specialmente quelle prima della partenza, perché a Uluwatu potrai fare delle esperienze davvero uniche. Tra templi costruiti sugli scogli, spiagge con l’acqua color cristallo e meravigliosi ristoranti sulla spiaggia, qui avrai l’imbarazzo della scelta su cosa fare.


La spiaggia di Padang Padang è sempre un ottimo punto di partenza per cominciare l’esplorazione di Uluwatu. Questa è una spiaggia famosissima, perché oltre alla sabbia bianca e al colore dell’acqua di un azzurro intenso, è anche stato il set di alcune delle scene più belle di “Mangia, Prega, Ama”. Inoltre una delle cose belle da fare a Uluwatu è passare da una spiaggia all’altra facendo tuffi in luoghi sempre diversi e bellissimi. Segnati queste che sono le migliori spiagge dove andare ad Uluwatu.

Le spiagge più belle di Uluwatu

  • Nyang-Nyang Beach
  • Thomas Beach
  • Suluban Beach
  • Bingin Beach
  • Dreamland Beach
  • Melasti Beach
  • Green Bowl Beach


Proseguendo verso sud si raggiunge uno dei templi più belli di Bali, il Pura Luhur Uluwatu . Questo tempio si trova su una scogliera a 70 metri dal mare ed è un luogo davvero sacro per i balinesi. Il tramonto qui è meraviglioso e ogni sera si può assistere a un’esibizione di danza Kechak , un’antichissima forma d’arte balinese.

  • Orari: 7-19, tutti i giorni
  • Costo ingresso: IDR 30.000 (circa €2)
  • Orari spettacolo Kechak: 18, tutti i giorni
  • Costo spettacolo Kechak: IDR 100.000 (circa €7), i biglietti vengono venuti ogni giorno tra le 16:30 e le 17


Infine la baia di Jimbaran è un paradiso per gli amanti del mare, delle onde e dei tramonti. Qui potrai vedere alcuni dei tramonti più belli di Bali, ma è anche una destinazione culinaria. Se vuoi mangiare dell’ottimo pesce, qui sei nel posto giusto. Al tramonto i ristoranti cominciano a mettere tavolini sulla spiaggia e non dovrai fare altro che scegliere il pesce appena pescato per una cena da leccarsi i baffi. Uno dei ristoranti sulla spiaggia più buoni si chiama Lia Cafè , e qui troverai del pesce davvero ottimo.

Continua l’esplorazione di Uluwatu fermandoti tra le migliori spiagge e i localini lungo la costa. Il migliore modo per visitare Uluwatu è in moto, si può noleggiare giornalmente e il costo è di circa €5. In alternativa puoi noleggiare un auto con conducente per 8 ore su questo sito oppure prenotare un’escursione del sud di Bali completa con tutte le migliori spiagge, templi e spettacoli.

  • Tour privato a sud di Bali, Tempio di Uluwatu e Jimbaran (Automobile e guida inclusi, durata di circa 10 ore)

Dove dormire a Uluwatu

Uluwatu è un posto perfetto dove dormire e cercare un hotel a Bali perché qui non sarai distante dalle zone delle vita notturna, ma avri a portata di mano le migliori spiagge dell’isola e i tramonti più belli. Dormire a Uluwatu vuol dire godersi il benessere e la bellezza della natura di Bali, perché tutte le case e le ville sono immerse nella natura. Abbiamo selezionato i migliori hotel dove dormire a Uluwatu, Bali.

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I migliori hotel a Uluwatu

  • The Elementum : questo hotel è una casa tradizionale balinese con delle camere, tutte con salotto e bagno privato, davvero comode e confortevoli. Qui troverai una piscina all’aperto per rinfrescarsi nelle giornate cale, ma anche moltissimi altri servizi come un ristorante, il bar e un servizio escursioni per esplorare l’isola. Si trova a pochi minuti a piedi dalla spiaggia di Balangan, una delle più belle di Uluwatu
  • Glamping Ulus Klumpu : questo hotel si trova a un minuto a piedi dalla spiaggia ed è una struttura davvero particolare. Le camere sono realizzate in delle strutture che ricordano le capanne tradizionali indonesiane, ma hanno all’interno tutti i comfort, dall’aria condizionata ai migliori materassi. Qui potrai riappacificarti con la natura, perché la struttura è immersa in un meraviglioso giardino con vista mare
  • Melali Bingin : vicinissiama alla meravigliosa spiaggia di Bingin, questa villa è immersa in un giardino tropicale. Le camere del resort hanno tutte una vista incredibile, alcune sulla piscina. Qui potrai goderti il massimo del rilassamento e vivere il tuo sogno balinese tra bagni di petali di fiori e massaggi rilassanti

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Le Isole Nusa sono tre isole vicinissime a Bali che per molti anni sono rimaste in sordina, ma ultimamente sono finalmente state conosciute, diventando una delle destinazioni più visitate di Bali. Le isole Nusa hanno una natura selvaggia incredibile e tutta da scoprire, mentre lo stile di vita dell’isola è rimasto ancora autentico. Molti viaggiatori che hanno visitato Bali decine di anni fa descrivono le isole Nusa come Bali prima del turismo di massa, e speriamo che rimanga tutto così. Vediamo insieme cosa vedere sulle isole Nusa, le attività, come arrivare e dove dormire.

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Come arrivare alle Isole Nusa

Arrivare alle isole Nusa è facilissimo, basta sapere bene dove andare e come organizzarsi. I traghetti per le isole Nusa partono dal porto di Sanur e sono quasi tutti diretti a Nusa Penida, l’isola più grande, dove consigliamo di dormire nel nostro itinerario.

Al ticket center di Sanur potrai acquistare i biglietti per le fast boat che collegano Bali a Nusa Penida e di solito ci sono dalle 5 alle 7 corse al giorno che collegano le isole. Puoi andare direttamente al ticket center il giorno della partenza, oppure rivolgerti in hotel o nei tanti centri turistici in giro per Bali per prenotare il tuo biglietto.

In alternativa, e questa è la scelta che consigliamo, puoi prenotare il tuo biglietto online con il trasferimento diretto dall’hotel dove sei a Bali al porto, per poi prendere la barca per Nusa Penida e raggiungere il tuo hotel sull’isola.

  • Costo biglietto andata e ritorno: €40 (€25 solo andata)
  • Include il trasferimento dall’hotel al porto e il biglietto del ferry per Nusa Penida
  • Si prenota fino a 24 ore prima su questo sito

Se invece vuoi andare da Nusa Penida a Nusa Lembongan (e viceversa) potrai prendere un motoscafo che collega le due isole. Come per il collegamento con Bali, puoi andare al porto e prendere il primo che parte, oppure prenotare un servizio con trasferimento in auto dall’hotel al porto e biglietto della barca su questo sito .

Nusa Penida

Nusa Penida, come dicevamo, è un’isola selvaggia, senza troppi turisti e finalmente senza traffico. Per girare a Nusa Penida è consigliabile usare una moto, il noleggio è di circa €5 al giorno e basterà chiedere in hotel per prenderne una. In alternativa si può chiedere sempre in hotel un driver disponibile per andare in giro, il costo è di solito IDR 100.000 (circa €7 euro) a persona, per 8 ore.

Ci sono molte cose da fare durante la giornata, e per vedere tutto bisogna organizzarsi per bene. Si può organizzare sia un giro per visitare templi e concludere la giornata al mare vedendo il tramonto, oppure organizzare escursioni e snorkeling. 


Tra i templi da visitare c’è il Pura Dalem Ped , vicino la spiaggia di PED. Non si può accedere se non si è induisti al tempio vero e proprio, ma si può visitare tutto il sito attorno che è molto bello. Se non hai con te il saron g non ti preoccupare, nei negozietti di fronte il tempio li noleggiano a pochi IDR. Un altro tempio molto bello è il   Goa Giri Putri . Si entra strisciando in un foro e poi si accede in una grande grotta dove c’è il tempio vero e proprio, per poi uscire da una porta molto più ampia alle spalle. Se non ce la si sente di strisciare nessun problema, si può entrare dalla porta posteriore.


Nusa Penida è anche un luogo incredibile per vedere dei tramonti unici. Prima del tramonto raggiungi SD Point Beach , il posto migliore per vedere il tramonto. Qui potrai fare pranzo, cena e vedere il panorama incredibile del mare con di fronte Bali e il suo immenso vulcano Agung.

Tra le altre cose da vedere a Nusa Penida ci sono:

  • Manta Bay dove poter nuotare con le mante
  • Crystal Beach per uno snorkeling incredibile e relax in spiaggia
  • KlingKing Beach , la famosa spiaggia a forma di T-Rex
  • Le scogliere di Broken Beach e Angel’s Billabong

Tutti questi luoghi sono sempre inclusi nei tour di Nusa Penida, perciò è consigliabile prenotarne uno per non preoccuparsi di trasporti e attrezzature per lo snorkeling. Uno dei tour migliori che potrai fare è questo , che prevede la visita di tutti questi luoghi e volendo anche il trasferimento da Bali a Nusa Penida incluso .

Dove dormire a Nusa Penida

Nusa Penida è per certo un’isola incredibile e si spera nel tempo rimanga autentica come lo è ora. Troverai tanti hotel dove dormire a Nusa Penida e molti di questi si trovano a nord dell’isola, proprio sul mare. Abbiamo selezionato i migliori hotel di Nusa Penida dove dormire.

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I migliori hotel di Nusa Penida

  • Ayu Laba Beach Villa : questo hotel si trova proprio sul mare ed è una delle scelte migliori sull’isola. Le casette, una di fronte all’altra, si affacciano su un cortile che porta dritto alla piscina, fronte mare. Qui troverai anche un ottimo ristorante, noleggio auto e bici e potrai dormire ascoltando le onde del mare, impagabile
  • Penida Bamboo Green : questo è un luogo davvero speciale perché la struttura è interamente realizzata in Bamboo ed è semplicemente magnifica. Le camere sono davvero comode e qui oltre alla piscina a sfioro con vista, potrai trovare anche un ottimo bar per un drink tra un tuffo e l’altro
  • Kompyang Cottage : questa è una struttura più tradizionale, con delle camere bellissime all’interno di una struttura con tetto spiovente e una piscina dove poter provare la colazione galleggiante

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Nusa Lembongan e Nusa Ceningan

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Nusa Lembongan e Nusa Ceningan sono due piccoli isolotti con tante cose da fare e più turistici di Nusa Penida. Qui il centro vitale dell’isola è tutto attorno a Mushroom Beach dove ci sono molti ristorantini, negozi e botteghe di artigiani, oltre che posti dove noleggiare biciclette e scooter. Lo scooter è l’opzione preferibile, per andare velocemente da una parte all’altra dell’isola, ma se preferisci rallentare potrai girare le isole interamente in bicicletta. Ecco cosa vedere a Nusa Lembongan e Nusa Ceningan.

  • Foresta di mangrovie : questa bellissima foresta si visita noleggiando delle barche di bamboo guidate da una persona del posto. Si entra in piccoli fiumiciattoli tra le mangrovie in silenzio, alla scoperta di questo paesaggio inusuale
  • Devil’s Tear : scogliera bellissima e selvaggia a Nusa Lembongan dalla quale si vedono tantissime tartarughe marine che nuotano
  • Yellow Bridge : il ponte che collega Nusa Lembongan con la più piccola Nusa Ceningan.
  • Secret Beach : a Nusa Lembongan ci sono poche spiagge, e una di queste è Secret Beach. Si lascia la moto o la bicicletta nel parcheggio di un resort e si prosegue a piedi fino alla spiaggia dove c’è un ottimo ristorante e anche una piscina con acqua salata da poter usare se si mangia qui

Dove dormire a Nusa Lembongan

Nusa Lembongan è un’isola piccolina ma è ugualmente bella e piena di cose da fare e vedere per questo è sempre bello per una notte dormire a Nusa Lembongan. Abbiamo selezionato i migliori hotel a Nusa Lembongan dove alloggiare.

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I migliori hotel a Nusa Lembongan

  • Pattri Garden Lembongan : questo hotel nasce attorno a una meravigliosa piscina e le camere sono in delle bellissime case in legno accoglienti e comodissime. La natura ti circonda e da qui non vorrai andare via
  • Dream Beach Hut : a solo un minuto a piedi dalla spiaggia questo hotel è davvero incredibile. Le camere sono delle meravigliose capanne con vista sulla piscina e sul mare, dove la spiaggia è privata. Inoltre qui potrai trovare un ottimo ristorante e una bellissima piscina a sfioro a picco sul mare

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Se si potesse descrivere il paradiso, probabilmente la descrizione combacerebbe con quella delle Isole Gili. Queste isole sono famosissime perché difficilmente si potranno trovare delle spiagge e un’acqua più bella di questa in Indonesia. Ogni isola è diversa dall’altra ma la cosa che le rende uniche è che qui non esistono macchine e si può girare solo a piedi, in bici o con dei carretti trainati da cavalli. Si consiglia però di non usare i carretti perché i cavalli sono trattati molto male.

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Come raggiungere le Isole Gili

Le Isole Gili si raggiungono molto facilmente da Bali con una navigazione di un’ora e 30 minuti circa. Le barche partono da diversi punti di Bali come Sanur, lo stesso che collega le Isole Nusa, Padang Bai o dal porto di Amed. Il costo del biglietto cambia in base alla stagione e alla tipologia di barca che si sceglie e i biglietti si possono acquistare sia direttamente al porto oppure online.

Il biglietto online è la scelta consigliata , perché include anche il trasporto dall’hotel al porto e viceversa. Ecco tutte le info su dove comprare il biglietto per le isole Gili e ritorno:

  • Costo: solo andata €50, andata e ritorno €90
  • Orari: due partenze al giorno, alle 9:00 e alle 13:00
  • Include trasferimento dall’hotel a Bali dal porto
  • Biglietto in vendita su questo sito

Cosa vedere alle GIli Islands

Le tre isole GIli sono davvero piccoline, Gili Air e GIli Meno si possono girare interamente a piedi, mentre su Gili Trawangan che è più grande si possono noleggiare delle biciclette. Su queste isole potrai rallentare e goderti ogni istante, perché non dovrai fare altro che mettere il costume e tuffarti nel mare più bello dell’Indonesia. Ecco alcune delle cose più belle che potrai fare sulle isole Gili.

  • Snorkeling e immersioni . Alle Gili potrai trovare alcuni tra i fondali più belli dell’Indonesia e per questo queste isole sono tra le migliori per fare immersioni e snorkeling. Troverai ovunque corsi e uscire per scoprire i fondali ma tra tutte ti consigliamo queste escursioni: – Immersione a GIli Trawangan di 2 ore e 30 minuti – Immersione per principianti a Gili Trawangan di 2 ore e 30 minuti – Snorkeling in due o tre punti alle isole Gili di 5/6 ore
  • Le statue sommerse di Gili Meno . Proprio a 5 minuti di nuoto dalla costa di GIli Meno si trova una meravigliosa opera d’arte sommersa chiamata “Nest”. 48 statue a dimensione reale formano un cerchio, come se fosse un nido, proprio a pochi centimetri sotto l’acqua. Non serve una visita guidata, basta prendere degli occhialini e un boccaglio e immergersi per vedere questo splendore sommerso.
  • Pedala in giro per le isole . Scoprire queste isole in bici è davvero affascinante. Ne potrai noleggiare una nei pressi dei porti delle isole e scoprire la vita locale tra ristoranti, baretti sulle spiagge e aziende di cocchi
  • Le altalene delle Gili . Ovunque su queste isole, potrai trovare delle bellissime altalene in acqua. Sono perfette per qualche scatto al tramonto o per godersi la freschezza del mare dondolandosi a pelo d’acqua
  • Vai da un’isola all’altra . Sulle isole troverai facilmente dei tour in barca alla scoperta di tutte e tre le Gili, prenotane una così da scoprire quanto sono varie queste piccole isole poco distanti da Bali

Dove dormire a Gili Trawangan

Gili Trawangan è la più grande delle isole ed è quella dove la sera potrai trovare più attività e ristornati. Per questo è consigliabile dormire a Gili Trawangan e prenotare qui un hotel. Abbiamo selezionato i migliori hotel di Gili Trawangan per alloggiare e godersi al massimo queste isole.

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I migliori hotel a Gili Trawangan

  • PinkCoco : se ti piace il rosa questo è il posto che fa per te. PinkCoco è un hotel molto famoso perché oltre ad essere tutto rosa e ad avere una meravigliosa piscina, si trova proprio sulla spiaggia dove potrai trovare ombrelloni, sedie ma anche alcune delle altalene più famose delle Gili
  • Flamingo : sarà un caso che gli hotel migliori sono rosa? Il Flamingo è un albergo super consigliato perché oltre ad avere tutti i comfort ha anche un ottimo ristorante dove poter bere un drink e mangiare qualcosa di buono
  • Gili Treehouse : Se vuoi provare un’esperienza unica, allora prenota qui. Le camere in stile casa sull’albero sono tutte realizzate in bamboo e hanno un terrazzino da cui godersi una vista incredibile. Inoltre qui troverai anche una piscina in cui fare un bagno rinfrescante

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Bali, Lombok e Nusa Tenggara

  • Maxwell, Virginia (Autore)


  • Editore: Lonely Planet Italia
  • Autore: David Eimer , Paul Harding , Ashley Harrell
  • Collana: Guide EDT/Lonely Planet
  • Formato: Libro in brossura

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How to Spend 2 Weeks in Bali: Alternative Guide

Spending 2 weeks in Bali seems like an endless adventure–from yoga to surfing, to visiting temples and exploring rice paddies- there is something for everyone!

Bali evokes pictures of a limitless blue ocean, beautiful sunsets on the beach, layers of lush rice terraces, rainforest waterfall climbs, and mystical temples; the amazing thing is, the island genuinely delivers all of this and more.

Surfing, yoga, mindfulness, hiking, excellent food, and spectacular entertainment will fill your days on the ‘Island of Gods. Tourism has affected some regions of Bali, with centres of Instagram-worthy cafés, fashionable bars, and vegan eateries overflowing from the streets of Canggu, Seminyak and Kuta. However, many pockets of this island remain relatively secluded, retaining their distinct Balinese splendour.

This guide introduces you to the alternative way to spend 2 weeks in Bali including Kintamani, Candidasa and Sanur. Read on to fall in love with ‘the other side of Bali.’

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Breakdown of this Bali Itinerary:

Best time to visit bali, be aware of monkeys, be traffic safe, the alternative 2 weeks in bali itinerary, what to do in ubud, what to do in kintamani, planning your bali travel itinerary, what to do in candidasa, what to do in sanur, ready to plan your 2 weeks in bali tour with our local designers, interested in exploring other fully-customisable bali tours, 2 weeks in bali in a nutshell .

2 weeks in Bali

Over 2 weeks in Bali, you will explore Ubud, walk through rice paddies, stand in awe at Balinese temples, and visit tiny artisan communities. You’ll also venture into the unique Monkey Sanctuary and renowned Balinese water temples.

After walking up to the summit of Mount Batur in the early hours, you’ll be able to see the sunrise from the top of Kintamani. Next, you’ll travel to Candidasa, which sits close to a lagoon and is home to small communities rich in history and Balinese culture. This idyllic destination is perfect for snorkelling, diving, and island day tours.

You’ll end your Bali tour in Sanur, a lovely and peaceful coastal town with extended lengths of stunning beaches and a dedicated bicycle route.

  • Days 1-4 Ubud: temples, waterfalls, green cafes, volcano hikes
  • Days 5-6 Kintamani: volcano hike, water temple
  • Days 7-9 Candidasa: Balinese culture, snorkelling, diving
  • Days 10-14 Sanur: beach, cycling routes

We’ll soon get onto a full breakdown of this trip and the unique experiences that await, but if you simply can’t wait,  customise this Bali tour here . 

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There are only two seasons in Bali: rainy season and dry season. The island has a tropical climate, which means it gets a lot of sun, rainfall, and humid heat. Temperatures will typically vary between 80 and 85 degrees regardless of the month you arrive.

The dry season, which lasts from April to October, is the best time to visit Bali. If you’re planning a holiday in Bali, keep in mind that the peak season months are July and August (European summer), along with December and January (Australian summer). During certain months, you may expect to spend more on your accommodation, have to jostle for a photo at the famous sights, and have to schedule excursions ahead of time. 

On the other hand, travelling during the monsoon season isn’t a big deal; Bali’s rain generally comes and goes in short spurts. You’ll also find a lot of great hotel discounts. However, rain and mud can make it difficult to venture off the usual path and visit more rural regions so this is something to consider when planning your trip to Bali.

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Travel Tips for 2 Weeks in Bali

2 weeks in Bali

In Bali, monkeys are protected; therefore, the most reprimand they ever receive for poor conduct is someone flailing a stick in their direction and shouting a lot. Aside from that, they are free to do anything they want; and doing whatever they want generally entails pinching your sunglasses, camera, handbag, and jewellery. 

But don’t worry, we have put together some tips to follow:

  • Before coming close to monkeys, keep anything shiny neatly tucked away in your bag which should be securely tied to your back.
  • Wearing anything that monkeys may effortlessly grab, such as a wallet, hat, or sunglasses, is not a good idea.
  • If you make eye contact with a monkey, look away or they will attack you.
  • If a monkey takes your handbag or backpack, let go. It’s not worth getting into a battle with a monkey, and chances are you’ll find it not far away once they discover there is no food in it.

Always be alert of your surroundings, especially when walking across the street. There will be cars travelling in the opposite direction, people driving curbs directly next to you, and so on. 

If you do drive in Bali, follow the same traffic regulations you would at home, and don’t drive on the opposite side of the street just because you see someone else do it. Do not hire a scooter unless you have insurance, an international license, and a helmet which you should wear at all times when driving.

For more tips, check out our  Indonesia travel guide  which covers everything you need to know before travelling to Bali and Indonesia, including local currency, visas, tipping customs and how to get around.

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Days 1-4: Ubud

If you want to learn about Balinese culture, taste excellent (and nutritious) food, explore cascades hidden in the rainforest, and buy food at beautiful markets, Ubud is the place to begin your Bali experience.

Ubud is approximately an hour or two (depending on traffic) north of the airport. Compared to the busier coastal towns, Ubud is Bali’s more serene cultural hub.

Many temples, artisan stores, and rice terraces can be found here, making it the ideal location to expose yourself to the actual enchantment of Bali – away from the crowded beach resorts and pool parties. If you are travelling with your significant other,  this Bali trip  showcases the romantic side of this island.

We recommend staying in Ubud for at least four days because there is plenty to do in the neighbouring regions. Ubud is an excellent location for exploring Bali’s most spectacular natural treasures, from day trips to surrounding waterfalls to walking around rice fields.

Monkey Forest Ubud

Monkey Forest Ubud is a tiny jungle sanctuary that is home to around 750 Balinese long-tailed monkeys.

There are five types of monkeys in the forest, each with its own territory. The monkeys are most active throughout the day, bringing them into regular contact with humans who visit the park.

Visitors may get a close look at their everyday routines –pairing, fighting, grooming, and providing for their young– and can even sit beside monkeys on the park’s trails.

Trekking Through Rice Paddies 

Tegalalang Rice Terrace, situated about 20 minutes north of Ubud, is among Bali’s most iconic rice terraces and can be seen all over Instagram. They’re stunning, but you’ll want to get there early to avoid the crowds. It’s also worth visiting the Jatiluwih Rice Terraces, which are around 1.5 hours away from Ubud. A UNESCO World Heritage site and incredibly picturesque site, the terraces sit against a backdrop of a huge volcano in the distance! 

You must pay a little admission charge to enter the rice terraces, but once in, you can spend hours wandering among the rice paddies. The trails will take you past rice terraces, tiny villages, and verdant fields. You will learn about the lengthy process of cultivating rice and how it is processed.

Pura Tirta Empul

Pura Tirta Empul is a well-known Balinese water temple close to the town of Tampaksiring. The complex consists of a bathing building and is recognised for its holy spring water.

Balinese Hindus come here to purify themselves. It features a pond with a spring that provides a steady supply of freshwater – this is considered sacred water in Hindu culture.

Visiting this Hindu Balinese water temple will be a highlight of your 2 weeks in Bali. Tourists may join locals in a traditional water ceremony at the temple, a spiritual experience accessible only in Bali.

Balinese Family Dinner

One of the experiences you can’t miss in Bali is attending Balinese family dinner. You will be served supper while sitting on the ground, and you will have the option of eating with your hands, as the Balinese do. Family members stop by to eat but will find a spot to enjoy food anywhere in the compound. As a result, don’t expect to be placed at a table with the rest of the family, as this is not the Balinese way.

Food is freshly prepared in the home kitchen; typically, soup, vegetables, soybeans, corn cake, and chicken dishes are served alongside rice.

Days 5-6: Kintamani

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Kintamani, a Balinese paradise, is located on the western border of Mount Batur’s massive crater wall, a prominent volcano in the centre of Bali.

This picturesque destination attracts many visitors, not only for the trek up the volcano for the sunrise view, but also for the wealth of activities on offer in the vicinity, such as bike rides through the countryside, coffee tours, and cultural excursions.

We recommend staying in Kintamani for at least two days to enjoy it fully. With two days in Kintamani, you can spend a day hiking the volcano and the other day resting in its beautiful lush surroundings.

Mount Batur Sunrise Trekking

Mount Batur is an active volcano situated in the island’s northeast region. It’s one of the best spots to visit in Bali, thanks to the challenging early-morning trek that allows you to watch a sunrise from its peak. Those brave enough to complete the climb will be rewarded with an unrivalled view of neighbouring Mount Agung, whose eruption has made the news in the past few years.

Days 7-9: Candidasa

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Candidasa is a charming town on the shore of a lagoon where you’ll be introduced to local communities rich in history and Balinese culture.

During your time in Candidasa, you can also visit the adjacent Karangesam Palace and the breathtaking Tirta Gangga Water Temple. The walking track around the headland debuts stunning vistas and isolated beaches, making it an ideal location for snorkelling, diving, and island tours.

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Pura Agung Besakih 

Pura Besakih, located on the slopes of Mount Agung is the most significant, most prominent, and holiest Hindu temple. It is also known as Bali’s mother temple and dates back to ancient times.

This most sacred place is made up of a complex of 23 independent temples, the greatest and most important of which is Pura Penataran Agung. The temple has six levels that are terraced up a steep slope.

Mount Agung is Bali’s biggest volcano, which erupted multiple times in 1963, yet the temple miraculously survived, with lava missing the temple. Over 1,700 people were killed in the eruptions, which devastated the island. The survival of the temples was seen as a symbol of divine power by the Balinese.

Tirta Gangga Royal Water Palace

Tirta Gangga Royal Water Palace, located in the eastern mountains of east Bali, is a perfect getaway from the busy life of Bali’s busy towns. The water palace was constructed in 1946.

The palace is still under royal ownership today, is well preserved and features splendid water features, pools, ponds, and fountains spread across 1.2 hectares of land. There are elaborately decorated statues, tropical gardens surrounding the ponds, and stepping stone paths sprinkled with water lilies.

Soekasada Taman Ujung

Taman Sukasada (Suksada Park) is a lovely park in Ujung Village, about five kilometres south of Amlapura.

The park was designed by Europeans and is beautifully laid out, similar to the Dutch colonial era. You can walk around the park, admiring the beautiful structures and gardens.

Tenganan Village

Anthropologists considered the Tenganan community one of the archipelago’s most isolated societies. Since the 1970s, the village has seen dramatic changes, including the central government’s involvement of indigenous communications, the opening up to tourism, and the breach of endogamic rules.

Tenganan draws visitors in because of its unique Bali Aga culture, which still stays true to ancient Balinese traditions, ceremonies, and rules, as well as its special village arrangement and architectural styles. It is famous for Gamelan music and double ikat fabrics.

Check out our  8-day explore Bali’s diversity  trip if you’re keen to learn more about Balinese culture and heritage on your trip.

Days 10-14: Sanur

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Sanur, which is significantly quieter than other parts of Bali, has many bars and locally-owned restaurants where you can relax and absorb the seaside vibe.

While not the largest, the Sanur coastline is surrounded by a coral reef barrier and has calm and warm waters, ideal for families looking to swim. After a day of relaxing on the beach, you can find your way to Sanur’s main stretch, Jl Danau Tamblingan, where there are many gift shops to explore and plenty of cafés to stop at along the way.

If you want to get away for the day, you can visit the temples of Taman Ayun, Tanah Lot or Uluwatu.

Taman Ayun Temple

This temple is also referred to as the Royal Mengwi Temple. The grounds are home to a lovely garden with ponds of koi fish, while splendid traditional Balinese architectural features can be found throughout the complex’s courtyards. The gardens are populated by a series of Meru towers, which are portrayals of the Hindu Mount Meru, representing awakening to the highest gods of Hinduism.

The only way into the temple is via the gardens, which have been called “some of the most beautiful in the world” – the temple’s name literally translates to “beautiful garden.”

Tanah Lot Temple

Tanah Lot is perched on a stunning rock formation just next to the beach. Its name means ‘the land of the sea’ in Balinese and is one of its many sea temples, but perhaps it’s most famous. The temple is a Hindu pilgrimage site and a location of Balinese legends.

Uluwatu Temple

This sanctuary is among the six Sad Kahyangan Temples, which are the primary spiritual backbones of Bali Island. It is situated on the top of a 70-metre-high mountain top that slopes down into the sea.

The temple is in an unusual location; visitors must ascend long stone stairs to reach it. The temple faces east, as opposed to other Balinese temples that face west or south, to create harmony and balance with the island.

Be wary of the monkeys that jump onto some unsuspecting tourists to grab their belongings. It is recommended to avoid this situation.

Uluwatu Kecak Dance

2 weeks in Bali

One of the best Balinese cultural experiences to have during your 2 weeks in Bali is attending the Uluwatu Kecak dance. This dance takes place during sunset on a cliff, and it is performed by a circle of at least 150 performers wearing a checkered cloth around their waist and collectively chanting “cak” while performing. 

Top tip: sit just behind the performers to fully embrace the ritual.

Denpasar Foodie Tour

Denpasar is home to many cultural practices, including food, that must be preserved. Join a walking food tour, just like the one offered during our  14-Day Bali Hills, Beach and Tradition  tour. Here, you will see the old city of Denpasar and discover its history. 

You’ll begin by tasting Balinese coffee from one of the longest-known Balinese cafés, then move on to a variety of Balinese meals ranging from traditional food to typical dishes. Throughout the tour, you will be able to try a wide range of signature Balinese delights in various locations, such as Nasi Goreng or Gudeg. The local guide will also educate you on the local cultural stories. A sweet introduction to the island of Gods!

Are you ready to explore rich Balinese culture, beautiful landscapes and meet its friendly people? Travel on this alternative route from Ubud to Sanur to explore rice paddies, relive the “Eat, Pray, Love” movie moments at Balinese temples, and meet local artists.

Watching monkeys at Monkey Sanctuary, visiting the water temple, taking part in Kecak dance, and sharing meals with locals are just a few of the highlights you can experience during your trip to Bali!

If you would like to also explore highlights of Java, additionally to your Bali trip, you will love this  14-Day Java and Bali Grand Tour .

To get started, explore our gallery of  fully-customisable Bali tours . Our Local Designers in Bali have taken care of everything you need to begin planning your perfect trip, from beach escapes to temple visits. They can work with you to tailor any of these trips to your budget, travel style, and interests!

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To The Inner Self

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  • Enjoy spa treatments at the resort with steam room, sauna, gym, jungle gym, and natural spring-fed pools
  • Travel around Ubud
  • Visit Borobudur temple and have afternoon coffee at Plataran Borobudur
  • Enjoy Morning Yoga session, massage & Hammam steam bath at the resort in Losari
  • Visit Keraton Royal Palace and the nearby Taman Sari royal bathing place
  • Use free car with your guide to explore Jimbaran

15-day Tranquil Delights in Vietnam and Bali

15-day Tranquil Delights in Vietnam and Bali

  •  Relax in the scenic landscapes of Hoa Lu Tam Coc
  •  Cruise through the stunning Ha Long Bay
  •  Journey to Bali, the Earth's last paradise

Primates & Dragons of Indonesia

Primates & Dragons of Indonesia

  • Seeing wild orangutans in Gunung Leuser National Park
  • Track Komodo dragons on Komodo and Rinca islands
  • Snorkel with colourful fish and possibly manta rays and turtles
  • Discover Ubud, the heart of Bali's artistic community

Cycling Indonesia's Islands

Cycling Indonesia's Islands

  • Cycle through paddy fields, jungles and plantations
  • Ride up and down volcanoes and through villages
  • Discover the islands of Bali and Java

Best of Morocco

Best of Morocco

  • Learn about history and culture from a local tour guide and feel like you've travelled back to the Middle Ages in the labyrinthine medina of bustling Fes.
  • Stay in a traditional Amazigh homestay high in the Atlas Mountains and enjoy a homecooked meal of Moroccan favourites, learning about the culture and traditions of an Indigenous population who stand the test of time.
  • Trek through the dramatic red dunes of the Sahara Desert on a camel’s back, experiencing an unforgettable sunset – then stay under a blanket of North African stars in a desert camp.
  • Kick back in the coastal town of Essaouira and discover the winding laneways at your own pace. Then, meet a local fisherman by the seaside and learn about his life and this traditional practice.
  • Explore the old medina of Marrakech with a knowledgeable local guide, discovering the myriad of sights, smells and sounds along zigzagging lanes. Then, discover the colourful chaos of Djemaa el-Fna Square.

Taste of Indonesia

Taste of Indonesia

  • Explore Prambanan and other temples for a Ramayana Ballet performance
  • Visit the so-called erotic Sukuh Temple
  • Visit traditional village Kemiren
  • Visit to a hidden temple is your goal, but it is the journey to it what makes the hike so special

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Discover Indonesia's Eastern Islands

Discover Indonesia's Eastern Islands

  • Explore Bali, Flores and Komodo Islands
  • Search for the Komodo dragon
  • Climb volcanoes and relax on beaches

Indonesia in 13 days - Bali, Lombok & Gili Trawangan - Superior

Indonesia in 13 days - Bali, Lombok & Gili Trawangan - Superior

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Adventurous Bali and Lombok

Adventurous Bali and Lombok

  • Explore the wonders of Bali and Lombok
  • Adventurous itinerary filled with breathtaking views
  • A unique perspective of Indonesia

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  • Experience 12 days in Bali experiencing Bali-Hindu culture, temples
  • Enjoy dance performances
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  • Walks between rice fields, volcanoes and the sea.

Jakarta to Ubud

Jakarta to Ubud

  • Embark on a cycling trip through the backcountry of Yogyakarta. A world of flower-studded fields and smiling locals, this cultural centre is one of South East Asia’s standout destinations.
  • Take a guided walk through the jungle and rice paddies of Seloliman Nature Reserve, then sit back, relax and soak up the ambience under the stars as a small group.
  • Climbing Mt Bromo in the early hours of the morning is an adventure to remember. If the conditions are right, you'll be rewarded with a dazzling view over mist-laden volcanoes.
  • Get behind the scenes of some of Java's fascinating local industries – from coffee, cocoa and palm sugar to traditional Javanese medicine of jamu.
  • Balance out all of the activity and adventure with plenty of time to chill out away from the crowds at beachside paradise of Pemuteran on Bali’s less-visited north coast.
  • By travelling on this trip, you’ll directly support our Intrepid Foundation partner, Coral Triangle Center Foundation. Donations help expand their coral restoration project and support their educational outreach activities for local schools in Nusa Penida.

Bali, Lombok & Gili Islands: Hike, Bike, Raft & Snorkel

Bali, Lombok & Gili Islands: Hike, Bike, Raft & Snorkel

  • Enjoy a mixture of adventurous activities, from snorkelling to hiking to rafting – perfect for those who love to get their pulse going
  • Get well away from the tourist trail in Eastern Bali, visiting lesser-known temples and villages of Tenganan Village and Pura Luhur Lempuyang. These are golden opportunities to learn about Balinese culture
  • Hike through lush forests and climb to the rim of Mt Rinjani, where spectacular views of the crater reward your efforts on this challenging day-trek
  • Relax and unwind on pristine beaches in Amed and Gili Air, the perfect places to rest your bones after hiking
  • Swim with colourful marine life and sea turtles on a snorkelling trip around the islands at Gili Air
  • By travelling on this trip, you’ll directly support our Intrepid Foundation partner, World Bicycle Relief. Donations provide school kids, health workers, and farmers in far-out areas with bicycles that provide access to education, healthcare, and income.

Bali & Lombok Adventure

Bali & Lombok Adventure

  • Adventure to the summit of Mt Batur, where, on a clear morning, dazzling sunrise vistas stretch across the Lombok Strait, all the way over to the peaks of Mt Rinjani
  • Snorkelling the crystal waters around Menjangan Island reef and also off the east coast of Lombok. Hopefully spot some tropical fish and perhaps if you are lucky some sea turtles.
  • Get an insight into the real Indonesia, with cultural activities and visiting local villages.
  • See the contrasts in religion and culture between Bali and Lombok.
  • Lombok and the Gili Islands are less frequented than their Balinese neighbour. Stay on the East Coast of Lombok in an area off the tourist trail.

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  • Explore Fes, the world's most well preserved Islamic medieval city
  • Discover the natural wonders of the southern oases
  • Relax among the white-washed walls of old Essaouira

Exotic Java and Bali

Exotic Java and Bali

  • Discover the wonders of ancient Borobodur and Prambanan temples
  • See the stunning volcanic terrain of Java
  • Walk through paddy fields and relax on beaches on beautiful Bali

Highlights of Spain, Portugal & Morocco

Highlights of Spain, Portugal & Morocco

  • Experience two cultures in two continents
  • Discover Lisbon, Porto, Madrid & Seville on foot
  • Explore Morocco's winding and colourful medinas

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Indonesia: Hammocks & Hikes

Indonesia: Hammocks & Hikes

  • Discover javanese culture
  • Trek in the shadow of mt bromo
  • Snap photos of beautiful rice terraces
  • Relax on sandy beaches
  • Surf some waves

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The Ultimate 2 Weeks in Bali Itinerary

Bali is the very essence of Indonesia and the pride and joy of the country. Compared to the likes of Java and Sumatra, this island might appear tiny. But there is so much to see, do and experience on the Island of the Gods that knowing how to see the best of Bali in 2 weeks is no easy feat.

You’ve got thousands of temples and what feels like hundreds of waterfalls and rice paddies to explore. That’s before you even start thinking about all the towns and villages, as well as excursions and activities such as volcano trekking, scuba diving, surfing, and beyond.

To help you plan your trip to the island, I’ve put together this ultimate 2 weeks in Bali itinerary which is perfect for first-time visitors who wants to see the best of Bali in 2 weeks. My suggestions include all the popular sites that you’ll want to check out, as well as some surprises that you might not have considered. Let’s dive right in!

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Overview of Your 2 Weeks in Bali Itinerary

First things first, let’s talk a little bit about the overview of your 2 weeks in Bali. Instead of telling you what to do day by day, I decided to divide this Bali itinerary into 5 different parts, each covering one part of the island. Each section contains the best things to do in each area, as well as some useful information about how to get there, where to stay and where to eat.

Breakdown of your 2 weeks in Bali

  • South Bali (4 days): Canggu, Seminyak, Kuta, Uluwatu 
  • Nusa Islands (3 days): Nusa Penida, Nusa Lembongan, Nusa Ceningan 
  • Central Bali (3 days): Ubud
  • East Bali (2 days): Sidemen, Candidasa, Amed 
  • North Bali (2 days): Munduk, Lovina

Map for the best things to do in Bali in 2 weeks

Below you can find a customized map that includes all the locations you’re going to visit on this 2 week in Bali itinerary.

I marked the different parts of the island with different colors – I used blue for South Bali, yellow for the Nusa Islands, green for Central Bali, magenta for East Bali, and red for North Bali, so you can easily see which places you’re going to visit in each area.

If you open up this post on your phone and you click on the bracket in the upper right corner, it will save this map to your Google Maps app so you can always have it with you. Super convenient, right?

The Ultimate Bali 2 Week Itinerary

South bali (4 days).

South Bali is the tourist hotspot of Bali. This is where you will find the popular beach, surfing, and party towns of Canggu, Legian, Seminyak, and Kuta which are separated by rice fields, luxurious hotels, and fancy villas.

South Bali is also the location of Denpasar, the island’s capital, although it’s pretty built up so we’re actually going to skip that off your 2 weeks in Bali. 

These sunkissed towns form a neat strip along the southwest coast of Bali, culminating in the southernmost ‘sack’ which is where you will find dreamy Uluwatu and Nusa Dua.

Over on the southeast coast, you’ve got Sanur, which was the original holiday town of Bali although now it’s most popular with families and ex-pats. If you’re really into yoga you might want to check out the Yoga Barn, otherwise, the western side will more than satisfy you. 

Beach in Canggu, Bali

How to get to South Bali

As you will probably arrive in Bali via plane, you will be pleased to learn that Ngurah Rai International Airport is located in South Bali. 

You will need to take a taxi from the airport to your accommodation in South Bali. As the taxis waiting at the airport are known to inflate their rates when they see tourists, I recommend downloading the taxi app, Bluebird, and using that to pre-book your ride.

Expect to pay in the region of 150,000-300,000 IDR ($10-20 US) based on which South Bali town you’ve decided to call home. Don’t even think about trying to book via Grab (Indonesian Uber) – it’s strictly forbidden around Bali’s airport. 

If you arrive in Bali via the ferry and bus from Java, you will be dropped at Terminal Bus Mengwi. You can arrange for your Bluebird to collect you from here and the price will be a tad higher.

Where to stay in South Bali

There are loads of accommodation options in South Bali where your 2 weeks in Bali itinerary will get off to a flying start. Choose to stay in the beach town that most appeals to you and you can hop around the others during your stay as they’re relatively close. Mind you, local drivers will take you on some hair-raising shortcuts to maximize your time!

Seminyak or Kuta is the most convenient option to stay in as they’re right in the middle and provide the best of both worlds. Below you can my recommendations for the best places to stay in South Bali for every budget.

The Legian Seminyak, Bali

LUXURY – The Legian Seminyak, Bali

This beachfront hotel offers beautiful rooms in a scenic setting as you’ll get stunning views of the Indian Ocean. The Legian Seminyak also has plenty of fantastic facilities including a three-tiered swimming pool, an on-site restaurant, and a fitness center.

Montigo Resorts Seminyak

MID-RANGE – Montigo Resorts Seminyak

Montigo Resorts is situated right next to Potato Head Beach Club so is in a great location. The hotel is just a 10-minute walk from the center of Seminyak, and there are two swimming pools on-site as well as a spa & wellness center. Not only that but Montigo Resorts also has a bar and fitness center

Bali Ayu Hotel & Villas

BUDGET – Bali Ayu Hotel & Villas

Bali Ayu Hotel & Villas is set in a great location as it’s just a 4-minute walk from the beach and it’s close to Petitenget Street. The rooms are very budget-friendly, and each one is spacious and features a balcony. Breakfast is available at the property, and there are two swimming pools.

Best things to do in South Bali

1. watch the sunset at tanah lot.

Located at the north end of South Bali, Tabanan, Tanah Lot is one of Bali’s most scenic temples. It’s perched on a crag of rock just off the shore and is where the Balinese locals come to pay respect to the ocean deities. Time your visit for sunset to watch the water turn golden. 

Tanah Lot Temple in South Bali

2. Take a day trip to Uluwatu

Uluwatu is located in the most southwestern point of Bali and benefits from some of the most amazing beaches on the entire island. However, the most famous draw is its iconic cliff-top temple which features an ocean view that you’ll never forget.

You can visit Uluwatu on your own if you have a scooter, but if you want to avoid the stress of driving (which I completely understand!), take a look at this organized Uluwatu day trip which includes watching the sunset and performance of kecak (fire) dance at the temple.

3. Cafe hop in Canggu

If you’re a foodie, you could easily spend your entire Bali 2 week itinerary visiting every single one of the best cafes in Canggu and grazing your way through the whole menu. Instead, I suggest you plan to go for at least one brunch and one dinner in Canggu. Okay, maybe two brunches.

Breakfast with smoothie bowl and pancakes at Matcha Cafe in Canggu, Bali

4. Cycle through rice fields 

When you think about what to do in Bali for 2 weeks, you can expect a lot of rice fields on the agenda. Hire a bicycle and take a peaceful early morning ride through Canggu’s lush rice fields before everyone else wakes up. Now you’ve earned that smoothie bowl!

5. Release hatching turtles

Bali Sea Turtle Society protects the vulnerable eggs of endangered sea turtles during nesting season. Once hatched, the sanctuary safely releases the baby turtles back to the ocean, and you can watch this happen. This takes place on certain afternoons during April and October and you will need to check the daily schedule closer to your visit. 

6. Spend a day at a beach bar

South Bali is awash with swanky beach bars where you can while away a day drinking in the ambiance. Check out Finn’s Beach Club, The Lawn, Potato Head Beach Club, or La Brisa and raise a chilled Bintang for the rest of your 2 weeks in Bali.

Pool at The Lawn in Canggu, Bali

7. Perfect your surf (or start from scratch)

South Bali is one of the hottest surfing destinations in Southeast Asia so if you’re already a pro, you can grab a rental board and hit the surf. The top surfing beaches in South Bali include Batu Bolong Beach, Kuta Beach, and the more challenging Echo Beach.

If you’re a newbie, you can book a beginner’s surfing lesson with an English-speaking professional surfing teacher. 

Where to eat in South Bali

  • KYND Community (Seminyak): If you’ve ever scrolled Bali hashtags on Instagram then you’ll know about this plant-based cafe and restaurant! Start ‘another day in paradise’ with an acai bowl or make a dinner date here with a ‘peacezza.’
  • The Lawn (Canggu): This beachside restaurant features a pool and dreamy sunset views. In addition to an expansive cocktail menu, they serve kombucha alongside Western comfort food and fresh seafood. 
  • Gabah Indonesian Cuisine (Kuta): Savor the culture of Indonesia at this upscale restaurant which serves everything from nasi goreng to tempe. If you’re traveling in a group, brave the Royal Kingdom Feast. 
  • Ulu Cliffhouse (Uluwatu): Seaviews, seafood, and sensational cocktails are on the menu at this dramatic cliffside restaurant. 
  • Fat Bowl (Legian): A popular, family-friendly eatery that serves Western dishes alongside a fusion of beloved Asian and Indonesian plates.

Breakfast with banana and chocolate toast at Cafe Organic in Canggu, Bali

Nusa Islands (3 days)

As if the temples and waterfalls of mainland Bali weren’t enough, bobbing off the southeast shore of the mainland are three additional islands. Nusa Penida, Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Ceningan collectively form the Nusa Islands.

A lot of people only plan a day trip to the Nusa Islands but if you have 2 weeks in Bali, it’s worth spending 3 days in the Nusa Islands .

Of the three, the largest, rawest, and most beguiling is Nusa Penida. The signature of the island is its steep, dramatic coastal cliffs which plunge down to meet the roaring ocean.

Once you make your way down these cliffs, you have some of the most beautiful beaches in Bali. They do stray towards the dangerous side and I wouldn’t recommend swimming here due to the strong waves and currents. 

Significantly smaller yet still a treat for the eyes, Nusa Lembongan has some of the nicest beaches in Bali. From this island, you can walk to Nusa Ceningan via an iconic yellow bridge. 

tour bali 2 settimane

How to get to the Nusa Islands 

The only way to access the Nusa Islands is by boat. Regular connections operate between Sanur Beach Harbor and Nusa Penida and Nusa Lembongan. You will need to organize a taxi to the harbor which will cost approximately 150,000-200,000 IDR ($10-13 US). 

You can buy your boat ticket in person at one of the many offices around the harbor, but this may be a little overwhelming. Alternatively, you can book online in advance from 12Go Asia . 

Tickets start at 135,000 IDR ($9 US) for a one-way ticket but as there are dozens of operators, you may pay more for the fastest boats. The journey takes around 30 minutes and you should arrive at least 20 minutes prior to departure to orientate yourself. 

I recommend leaving your main luggage in Bali with the Bali Luggage Service . This streamlines your experience getting on and off the boat, which requires wading knee-deep into the ocean. It’s more fun when you don’t have to lug 20 kg with you! 

Where to stay in the Nusa Islands

There are hotels and guesthouses on all three Nusa Islands. My recommendation is that you stay in Nusa Penida and take a day trip to the other two islands. This is the largest island and has the nicest accommodation options, especially in the northwest region. 

Alternatively, you could spend one night on Nusa Lembongan and the rest of your time on Nusa Penida. Below you can see my top recommendations for staying in Nusa Penida for every budget.

Adiwana Warnakali Resort

LUXURY – Adiwana Warnakali Resort

Adiwana Warnakali Resort in Nusa Penida provides adults-only accommodation with a restaurant, an outdoor swimming pool, and a bar. Each accommodation at the 4-star resort has mountain views, and guests can enjoy access to a sun terrace.

Semabu Hills Hotel Nusa Penida

MID-RANGE – Semabu Hills Hotel Nusa Penida

Perched on the quiet hills of Nusa Penida, this hotel offers sweeping views of the island and the sea beyond. Guests can take advantage of the infinity pool or try traditional meals at the on-site Asian restaurant.

Surya Maha Bungallo

BUDGET – Surya Maha Bungallo

For a budget-friendly stay in Nusa Penida, take a look at Surya Maha Bungallo. Boasting a lush garden with a stunning outdoor pool, the property offers double or twin rooms either with a garden or pool view. A daily continental breakfast is also available.

Best things to do in the Nusa Islands

1. snorkel with manta rays.

The waters off the Nusa Islands are home to a squadron of gentle sea creatures and you can snorkel with them. Ask your hotel to book you onto the daily morning tour to watch them catch their morning fish. It will be one of the most memorable parts of your 2 weeks in Bali itinerary!

2. Hike to Kelingking Beach

I’m sure you’ve already seen a few photos of the coastal cliff that looks like a T-Rex. It’s right here on Nusa Penida and the viewpoint takes no effort to get to.

Hiking down to Kelingking Beach itself is another story but it’s an awesome addition to your Nusa Island itinerary if you have the energy. If you want to visit this awesome beach, make sure to read my ultimate guide to Kelingking Beach !

Girl in white dress at Kelingking Beach Nusa Penida

3. Admire Angel’s Billabong & Broken Beach

These two natural wonders are located side by side. Angel’s Billabong is a natural tidal pool, but do make an assessment of the ocean first if you want to take a dip because the waves could easily whisk you out to sea. Adjacently, Broken Beach is a gorgeous viewpoint of a limestone archway over the sea.

4. Find Peguyangan Waterfall

Spoiler alert, there is no actual waterfall to see here. But once you’ve tackled the extremely photogenic blue staircase, you’ll be treated to some of the dreamiest ocean views you’ll see during your 2 weeks in Bali.

There is also a humble yet charming temple at Peguyangan Waterfall where you’ll see islanders performing water blessings. For more information, check out my ultimate guide to Peguyangan Waterfall !

Girl in a pink dress looking at the view at Peguyangan Waterfall, Nusa Penida

5. Beach hop on Nusa Lembongan 

Some of the nicest beaches on Nusa Lembongan are Mushroom Bay Beach, Jungut Batu Beach, and Dream Beach. These are actually nicer than a lot of the mainland beaches in terms of swimming and sunbathing so you might want to bounce around all three.

Mushroom Bay Beach on Nusa Lembongan

6. Cross the Yellow Bridge

As Ceningan Island is car-free, the only way to access it is to walk or cycle across the Yellow Bridge from Nusa Lembongan. You can hire a bicycle, and whatever you do, allow time for photos when crossing.

7. Bathe in the Blue Lagoon

This bewitching cove with its rugged rocks is a 30-minute walk from the Yellow Bridge on Ceningan Island. Depending on the tide, it is safe to swim here. If you decide to spend a night on Nusa Lembongan, this is a lovely sunset spot. 

There are loads more remarkable natural sights to see on the Nusas. Take a look at my Nusa Islands itinerary to make the most of your stay.

Aerial view of the Blue lagoon, Nusa Ceningan

Where to eat in the Nusa Islands

  • Amok Sunset : Dine on upscale Western-Asian fusion plates by the pool or retreat to your personal treetop nest at this oceanside restaurant on Nusa Penida. Arrive in time for Happy Hour to benefit from 2-for-1 cocktails. 
  • Vegan Soul Kitchen : Fresh, plant-based fare on Nusa Penida which ranges from quinoa salads to gado gado and creamy coconut curry. Come here for lunch and admire the panoramic views.
  • Sea Breeze Ceningan Pool Bar & Restaurant : Serving a mix of meat and veggie dishes alongside beers and cocktails, this is a great spot for a sunset dinner. It even has a pool if you need to cool down first. 
  • Ginger & Jamu : A cute, waterfront eatery on Lembongan Island where you can tuck into a healthy breakfast or dinner. Specialty drinks include turmeric lattes and activated charcoal shots.

Central Bali (3 Days)

Dominated by Ubud and its surrounding jungles and valleys, Central Bali is considered the spiritual and cultural core of the island. This is where you will find some of the most fascinating temples, postcard-perfect rice paddies, and spectacular waterfalls on the island. 

Ubud Town is small but does become very crowded especially during the high season. You’ll find a real mix of people here, backpackers, honeymooners, families, yogis, and digital nomads.

Once you leave the town, it feels quieter and you can enjoy peaceful scenic drives. Naturally, the attractions of Central Bali are also very popular so I recommend starting your days as early as possible to beat day-trippers and crowds. 

If you’re planning on seeing Bali in 2 weeks then spending 3 days in Ubud is the optimum length of time to discover the best of Central Bali.

Lush green palm trees at Tegallalang Rice Terraces in Bali

How to get to Central Bali

As there is no public transport in Bali, you will need to organize a taxi or private driver to take you to Ubud from Sanur Harbor. 

At this stage in your 2-week travel itinerary to Bali, you may want to arrange a private driver to transport you around the island for the duration of your stay. This way you are covered for all your day trips too.

As a guideline, a Bluebird taxi will cost between 220,000-280,000 IDR ($15-19 US). 

Where to stay in Central Bali

You will want to book your accommodation in or close to Ubud town . As the town is quite busy you might want to choose a hotel that’s a short drive from the center among the rice fields and jungle valleys.

There are heaps of options available ranging from humble homestays to luxury villas and bamboo huts, below you can see my top picks. If you’re looking for something more special, check out these amazing private pool villas in Ubud !

Kamandalu Ubud

LUXURY – Kamandalu Ubud

Kamandalu Ubud is one of the most luxurious hotels on the island. Offering stunning views of the Petanu River and the surrounding forest, this place is the best luxury stay in Ubud. The rooms are inspired by traditional Balinese decor and most units feature a daybed and a private pool.

The Udaya Resorts and Spa

MID-RANGE – The Udaya Resorts and Spa

This place has a lot to offer with striking views, spacious suites, and fantastic facilities. Guests will benefit from a swimming pool, a spa & wellness center, and a restaurant that serves delicious Indonesian dishes.

Gita Maha Ubud Hotel by Mahaputra

BUDGET – Gita Maha Ubud Hotel by Mahaputra

Ubud is full of budget-friendly accommodation options but not many are as beautiful as this place! Gita Maha Ubud Hotel is situated just a 5-minute drive from the Royal Palace and offers an outdoor swimming pool and an on-site restaurant. Each room at this hotel is incredibly spacious too, and many of them feature a private balcony.

Best things to do in Central Bali

1. chase waterfalls .

There are dozens of waterfalls scattered all over Central Bali, including the Tegununan, Kanto Lampo, and Tukad Cepung waterfalls. Hire a driver for the morning and see how many of Bali’s best waterfalls you can plunge into.

Girl in a red floral dress standing in front of Tukad Cepung Waterfall in Bali

2. Wander through rice terraces

Central Bali is famed for its rice paddies as much as its waterfalls. Hike the 2 km (1.2 miles) long Campuhan Ridge Walk in Ubud Town and frolic among the world-famous Tegallalang Rice Terraces. They each provide an entirely different experience so I recommend you squeeze both into your 2 week Bali itinerary.

Sunrise at Tegallalang Rice Terraces, Bali

3. Visit Tirta Empul Temple 

This sacred sanctuary complex features two huge pools filled with spring water where Balinese Hindus take part in ritual cleansing. You are also welcome to join in provided that you hire the robe. Even if you don’t want to get wet it’s still a worthy addition to your Bali 2 week itinerary. 

4. Discover ancient sanctuaries 

Besides Tirta Empul, you will find the funerary complex of Pura Gunung Kawi and the meditation cave of Goa Gajah in Central Bali. These both provide deeper insight into the Balinese heritage and customs. 

5. See the highlights of Ubud Town

Ubud Town features a number of cultural attractions that you can visit for free. Ubud Palace and the Saraswati ‘water’ Temple each feature beautiful carvings in a serene setting with heaps of photo opportunities. You can also check out the Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary which is home to a gang of long-tailed macaques.

Ubud Palace Bali

6. Watch a traditional Balinese dance 

If you skipped the kecak dance at Uluwatu or want seconds, you can catch the traditional legong dance in Central Bali. There are nightly performances at Ubud Palace. 

7. White water rafting in the Bali jungle  

If you fancy an adrenaline boost, sign up for a half-day white water rafting experience on the Ayung River . Hang on tight or you might get a little closer to nature than you would like. 

8. Wind down in Ubud 

In terms of what to do in Bali for 2 weeks make sure you take some time to balance out a busy itinerary with some relaxation time. Spend an afternoon enjoying a massage, yoga class, or cooking lesson in Ubud.

Where to eat in Central Bali

  • Lazy Cats Cafe : Situated right by the entrance to the Campuhan Ridge Walk, this can be your breakfast stop after your morning stroll. The menu is packed with nutritious plant-based offerings and excellent coffee.
  • Mingle Cafe & Bar : Whatever type of food or drink you’re hankering after, this place will have it. Wake up with an all-day breakfast and come back for a Happy Hour cocktail, it’s one of the best places in Ubud for a martini. 
  • Acai Queen : If you love smoothie bowls, gourmet sandwiches and cold-press juices, you can’t miss this place! The shop is also super aesthetic so you can take amazing photos while having a healthy breakfast.
  • F.R.E.A.K Coffee : While the food menu is limited, this place has a stellar drinks menu spanning coffee, teas, milkshakes, smoothies, and healing juices. It’s a great place to cool down in between sightseeing. 
  • Gaya Gelato : It’s important to get your 5 a day, and when your fruit comes in the form of gelato it still counts. Gaya Gelato source from local farmers where possible and the rest is imported from Italy, so it’s the best gelato you’ll find outside of Rome. 

Breakfast at Lazy Cats Cafe Ubud

East Bali (2 Days)

East Bali is for those of you traveling to Indonesia to chase volcanoes! The main attractions of this part of the island are the two prominent (and very much active) volcanoes of Agung and Batur.

You will know about Mount Agung from the 2019 eruption but you should familiarise yourself with Batur because climbing is one of the best things to do in Bali.

The region of East Bali mainly comprises rustic villages such as Sidemen where traditional weaving and carving workshops are based.

There is also a lovely strip of golden coastline around Candidasa and the small town of Amed which is popular with backpackers and divers. 

You can choose to relocate your accommodation in East Bali or you could even stay in Central Bali and visit the eastern attractions as day trips.

A lot of people skip the eastern part of the island, even when traveling around Bali in 2 weeks. But trust me, you will not regret experiencing this part of the island!

View of Mount Agung from Bukit Cinta, Bali

How to get to East Bali

Again, you will need to rely on your private driver or organize a Bluebird taxi to relocate to East Bali from Ubud. A one-way taxi from Ubud to Sidemen will cost approximately 320,000-400,000 IDR ($21-27 US). From Ubud to Candidasa, the rate will be in the region of 420,000-580,000 IDR ($28-39 US).

Where to stay in East Bali

In terms of where to stay in East Bali, my top recommendation is the Sidemen region so you can peek into what the island was like before the tourist scene boomed.

Alternatively, you can consider the black sand beaches of Amed if you want to go diving or Candidasa which has lots of plush seaside hotels that are perfect for families and couples.

If you’re looking for something more special, there is a nice selection of magical Bali bamboo houses in both Central and East Bali which add something unique to your 2 weeks in Bali itinerary. 

Below, you can find my recommendations for the best places to stay in Sidemen for every budget.

Wapa di Ume Sidemen

LUXURY – Wapa di Ume Sidemen

If you’re looking for a luxurious getaway, then stay at Wapa di Ume Sidemen. You’ll benefit from a variety of fantastic facilities including an outdoor swimming pool, an on-site restaurant, and a bar. There’s also a garden and terrace area, and bicycles are free to use. 

Alamdhari Resort and Spa

MID-RANGE – Alamdhari Resort and Spa

With an outdoor swimming pool overlooking the lush forests, an on-site restaurant, and a bar – Alamdhari Resort and Spa has a lot to offer guests. Breakfast is included with your stay too, and there’s a garden area where you can relax. The rooms here are stunning and many of them feature a private balcony with amazing views.

Sawah Indah Villa

BUDGET – Sawah Indah Villa

Sawah Indah Villa is just a 30-minute drive from Tirta Gangga and is surrounded by lush rice terraces and forested mountains. Offering an outdoor pool, an on-site restaurant, and spa treatments this hotel has everything you could need and more! The staff at the hotel can also help with vehicle rentals and organizing excursions.

Best things to do in East Bali

1. hike to mount batur for sunrise.

Mount Agung remains closed after its most recent grumble, but its cousin is totally safe and open for visitors. Hiking up to Mount Batur is one of the best hikes in Asia so you definitely shouldn’t miss out on that!

You can book a Mount Batur sunrise hike which includes a dip in a natural hot spring or add the even more adventurous option for camping and sunrise on Mount Batur . That 1 am wake-up call to start your trek to the summit is totally worth it so don’t let it put you off.

Girl and a boy watching the sunrise from Mount Batur in Bali

2. Peer through the Gates of Heaven at Pura Lempuyang

Pura Lempuyang is the temple complex that features a view of Mount Agung framed by the sacred Gates of Heaven doorway.

Once you’ve had your photo taken, you can explore the rest of the sanctuary that is spread across the slope of Mount Lempuyang.

It takes around 4 hours to hike your way around all 7 temples which is doable for your 2 weeks in Bali itinerary.

Girl and a boy standing at the Gates of Heaven at Pura Lempuyang in Bali

3. Immerse yourself in authentic Bali

If you don’t stay in Sidemen, I recommend you dedicate a day to exploring the rice terraces and waterfalls of this untouched region.

You can explore independently by motorbike, hire a driver or book an East Bali Cultural Journey for the chance to join some local workshops such as weaving. 

4. Take a stroll around Tirta Gangga

This former royal palace is set among a complex of picturesque water pools, which is appropriate as Tirta Gangga translates into ‘holy water of the Ganges.’

With its maze of statues and greenery, this evocative spot shouldn’t be missed if you love photography (or flowers!). 

Girl in a blue-white dress sitting on the stairs at Tirta Gangga Royal Water Garden in Bali

5. Scuba dive among moray and shipwrecks in Amed 

If you’re a water baby and wondering what to do in Bali for 2 weeks, then you can take your pick of the many dive shops in the tiny black sand seaside town of Amed.

One of the best dive spots is the sunken Japanese Wreck from World War II. Alternatively, you can enjoy snorkeling directly from the beach.

6. Take a moment at Candidasa Lotus Lagoon

Right in the heart of Candidasa, this colossal lagoon is teeming with pink and white lotus flowers. Flanked by fragrant frangipani trees it’s a tranquil spot to escape the Indonesian heat with a chilled coconut.

This is only a quick stop so I recommend you continue down the road to Blue Lagoon Beach for a dip in the ocean afterward. 

Lotus Lagoon in Cadidasa, Bali

7. Visit Pura Besakih 

This vast complex comprises 23 temples dotted across the slopes of Mount Agung. It contains the largest temple on the island and as the ‘Mother Temple’, it is one of the holiest sanctuaries in Bali. At an altitude of 1,000 meters (3,000 feet), this is about as close as you can get to Bali’s highest landmark. 

Where to eat in East Bali

  • Warung Tirta Unda : Of all the locally owned warungs in Sidemen village, this one offers some of the most delectable dishes. You’ll have an eyeful of greenery as you eat and appreciate this peaceful part of East Bali.
  • Vincent’s : This Candidasa restaurant pairs scrumptious meat, fish, and veggie dishes with international wines. Visit on a Saturday for live jazz from local musicians. 
  • Loaf Candidasa Cafe : Strong coffee, freshly baked bread, and lip-smacking cakes! The Vietnamese bahn mi is also the real deal at this cozy cafe.
  • Warung Segara : With tables right on Amed Beach, you get a perfect view of the ocean with the looming Mount Agung. The menu covers classic Indonesian dishes with a couple of Western alternatives. Economical but top notch. 

North Bali (2 Days)

As you head to the northern part of the island, your 2-week travel itinerary to Bali takes a turn for the misty and mysterious.

Set on higher land, the climate is cooler and more prone to clouds than elsewhere on the island which only enhances the remote and slightly otherworldly atmosphere.

Due to the higher altitude and cooler weather, much of Bali’s produce and coffee is grown in the far north so it’s a good place for foodies.

Much of the trekking trails, temples, waterfalls, and other tourist spots are located around the small mountain village of Munduk. Further north, you have another collection of beach towns, with Lovina being the most popular.

Girl standing in front of a wooden boat at Wanagiri Hidden Hills in Bali

How to get to North Bali

A one-way taxi from Sidemen to Munduk will cost you around 800,000-1,000,000 IDR ($53-66 US). If you decide to stay in Ubud and travel to North Bali from there, then it will cost around 500,000-730,000 IDR ($33-48 US).

Where to stay in North Bali

The best place to stay in North Bali is Munduk because this way you can easily get to all the nearby tourist attractions. Alternatively, you might want to base yourself in Lovina , but this will involve additional driving each day.

Below you can find my top picks for staying in Munduk for different budgets.

Munduk Moding Plantation Nature Resort & Spa

LUXURY – Munduk Moding Plantation Nature Resort & Spa

Munduk Moding Plantation is easily one of the most beautiful hotels in Bali. It’s famous for its infinity pool that offers striking views of the surrounding rice terraces and mountains. There are also plenty of other facilities at the hotel including an on-site restaurant, a spa & wellness center, and a bar.

Nadira Bali Villa

MID-RANGE – Nadira Bali Villa

If you’re looking for mid-range accommodation in Munduk then make sure you check out Nadira Bali Villa. With an outdoor swimming pool, a sun terrace, and an on-site restaurant – this place has so much to offer. The villas and suites are also stunning and many of them offer superb views of the surrounding mountains.

Atres Villa

BUDGET – Atres Villa

Atres Villa is just a 20-minute drive from Munduk Waterfall so is set in a great location to explore the area. This hotel also has lots of excellent facilities including an outdoor pool, a spa & wellness center, and a bar. However, the highlight of this place has to be the surrounding rice terraces!

Best things to do in North Bali

1. visit the ‘floating’ ulun danu beratan temple .

This 17th-century temple complex is dedicated to the water goddess, Dewi Danu. Located on the shores of Lake Beratan, the elegant temple appears to float above the water when the water levels rise.

As the site is very popular, I recommend you visit at sunrise to beat the crowds and see the morning glow illuminate the water temple. 

Ulun Danu Beratan Temple, Bali

2. Chase even more waterfalls

North Bali gives Central Bali a run for its money when it comes to magical waterfalls. Be sure to check out even more of the best waterfalls in Bali , including the Banyumala Twin Waterfalls, Gitgit Waterfall, and Sekumpul Waterfall.

When staying in Bali for 2 weeks, the former is best experienced as part of a jungle hiking tour with a local guide. Otherwise, you can visit the viewing platform independently.  

Banyumala Twin Waterfalls in Bali

3. Watch dancing dolphins

Set your alarm bright and early and wake up in time to catch a sunrise tour with dolphin watching .

This tour gives you the chance to encounter and learn about the majestic creatures who reside off Lovina Beach and at the same time get a sensational view of the North Bali coastline.

As a bonus, you get to visit Gitgit Waterfall and Ulun Danu Beratan Temple as well!

4. Pose with the Handara Gate

Another one of Bali’s most Instagrammable spots, Handara Gate isn’t the gateway to a temple but rather to a luxury golf resort!

But even if you don’t want to play golf, it’s worth a quick visit to appreciate the symmetrical architecture and have a cool photo taken. 

tour bali 2 settimane

5. Explore Munduk’s rice fields 

If you skipped the chance to cycle through the rice fields of Canggu, then now you have a chance to rectify that. Munduk is enveloped by loads of paddies which you can explore on a two-wheeler.

Hire a bicycle in town and do this early in the day or late afternoon and watch farmers tending to their crops.

6. Take some cool photos at Wanagiri Hidden Hill

If you’re looking for the most instagrammable places in Bali, you can’t miss Wanagiri Hidden Hill. It’s loaded with many swings (most of them can be used for photo purposes only), nests, and other cool bamboo lookouts, and all of them offer an incredible view of the lake and surrounding mountains.

The entrance fee is quite pricy (150,000 IDR/$10 US), but it’s so worth it! If you’re looking for an adrenaline rush, I recommend trying one of the big swings (this can be subject to additional costs).

Girl sitting in a bamboo lookout at Wanagiri Hidden Hills in Bali

7. Bathe in the holy Banjar Hot Springs 

After a busy 2 weeks in Bali, squeeze in some final R&R at the Banjar Hot Springs. These jade green pools register around 38°C (100°F) and are considered a therapeutic and holy experience by the Balinese locals.

Absorb yourself in the tropical foliage and try not to worry about the sulfur smell, the water is steeped in healing properties. 

8. Get caffeinated at the Munduk Moding Coffee Plantation

Visit Munduk Moding Plantation where you can learn about their organic coffee and sample a few cups for yourself. It’s so aromatic and flavorsome you might want to grab a few bags to take home.

If your budget will stretch, you could even stay in the deluxe resort on the premises which is worth it for the infinity pool alone.

Infinity pool at Munduk Moding Plantation in Bali

Where to eat in North Bali

  • Warung Jojo’s : This family-owned restaurant offers you the chance to try any authentic Indonesian fare that you’ve not tried yet. It’s also a homestay and the view is as good as the food. 
  • Munduk Farm House : Attached to a friendly guesthouse, this restaurant serves all-day breakfast as well as an a la carte of Indonesian staples and light Western dishes. If you’re unsure, try their signature Ayam Sambal Matah. 
  • Warung Ayu Lovina Beach : It’s not hard to find good seafood in Lovina, but this welcoming and colorful eatery prepares its menu to perfection. Expect to see Indonesian classics but prepared with freshly caught fish alternatives, such as the seafood nasi campur.  

Planning a trip to Bali?

Then you might want to take a look at all our other travel guides about Bali. I promise, they are just as awesome as this article was!

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Bali Hotel Guides:

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  • Luxury Redefined: AYANA Villas Bali Hotel Review
  • Romantic Getaway in Ubud: Kamandalu Ubud Hotel Review
  • Hotel Review: The Udaya Resorts & Spa, Bali
  • A Slice of Balinese Paradise: Wapa Di Ume Sidemen Hotel Review
  • Hotel Review: Munduk Moding Plantation Nature Resort & Spa

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  • Kelingking Beach, Nusa Penida: Complete Guide & Tips for Visiting
  • How to Visit the Famous Nusa Penida Treehouse: A Complete Guide
  • Peguyangan Waterfall, Nusa Penida: All You Need to Know Before Visiting

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3 itinerari per Bali di 7, 10 e 15 giorni

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Bali è una delle tante isole che compongono l’arcipelago indonesiano e, di sicuro, la più popolare. Se visitate Bali per la prima volta, la cosa migliore da fare è trovare un equilibrio tra località turistiche, relax ed esperienze uniche.

Gli itinerari di viaggio per Bali che proponiamo cercano esattamente di soddisfare questo equilibrio. Per far fronte alle esigenze di diversi tipi di viaggiatori, ho deciso di suggerirvi ben 3 itinerari per Bali :

  • Itinerario di 7 giorni per Bali
  • Itinerario di 10 giorni per Bali
  • Itinerario di due settimane per Bali

Gli itinerari di 7 e 10 giorni sono completamente incentrati su Bali, mentre l’itinerario di due settimane include anche qualche giorno alle Isole Gili. Altra cosa che ritengo importante è quella di evitare continui check-in e check-out dagli hotel . Per questo, ho sempre cercato di considerare un minimo di 3​​ notti in ogni luogo che visiteremo.

Itinerario Bali 7 giorni

  • Uluwatu (3 notti)
  • Ubud (2 notti)
  • Canggu o Seminyak o Kuta (2 notti)

Itinerario Bali 10 giorni

  • Ubud (3 notti)
  • Nusa Lembongan e/o Nusa Penida (1 notte)
  • Canggu o Seminyak o Kuta (3 notti)

Itinerario Bali 2 settimane

  • Isole Nusa (2 notti)
  • Isole Gili (3 notti)

Itinerario per Bali dettagliato

Adesso che abbiamo i nostri itinerari per Bali è il momento di andare nel dettaglio. Quanto tempo dovrei trascorrere in ogni destinazione? Dove alloggiare? Cosa vedere? Ora, potresti non avere tempo, energia o denaro sufficiente per seguire tutto il programma alla lettera, ma volevo essere sicuro di includere quante più informazioni possibili.

Uluwatu (3 giorni)

itinerario Bali Uluwatu

Il tuo viaggio a Bali comincia da Uluwatu. Questa zona è famosa in tutto il mondo per le gare di surf, per la vivace vita notturna e per i suoi tramonti. Per la tua prima cena indonesiana, scegli uno dei ristoranti sulla scogliera di Jimbaran Bay , a circa 15 minuti di auto da Uluwatu.

  • Visita al tempio di Pura Uluwatu: questo è uno dei sei templi ritenuti i pilastri spirituali di Bali. E’ arroccato su una ripida scogliera a circa 70 metri sul livello del mare. Una volta qui potrete decidere di assistere al Kecak Fire Dance , uno spettacolo di danza e fuochi che rievoca vecchie tradizioni e la spiritualità balinese.
  • Assisti ad una gara di surf:  Bali è la patria dei surfisti. Prendi posto in un bar sulla spiaggia, ordina una Bintang (la birra locale) e assisti ad una gara tra surfisti professionisti.
  • Esplora le spiagge di Uluwatu:   il beach hopping è sicuramente una delle attività che rende Uluwatu cosi interessante. Le spiagge più famose di Uluwatu sono: Padang Padang Beach , Dreamland Beach , Bingin Beach , Melasti Beach e Green Bowl Beach .
  • Non perderti il tramonto:  qui potrai assistere a quelli che sono (probabilmente) i migliori tramonti di Bali. Trova una piscina a sfioro, un rooftop bar oppure un beach bar e goditi lo spettacolo.
  • Sunday Nights Party da Single Fin:  il Single Fin  è il locale più alla moda di Uluwatu. Si è evoluto da ritrovo per surfisti ad un bellissimo luogo da cui ammirare il tramonto. La domenica si tiene una delle feste più esclusive di tutta Bali.
  • Saturday Nights Party a Padang Padang Beach:  sulla spiaggia di Padang Padang ogni sabato sera c’è una festa in spiaggia davvero fantastica con musica reggae ed elettronica.
  • Noleggia una moto ed esplora Uluwatu:  Uluwatu è una delle migliori zone dell’isola per avventurarsi in moto. Puoi noleggiarne una a partire da 4€ al giorno.
  • Pranza al Cashew Tree: vicino alla spiaggia di Bingin , il Cashew Tree è uno dei miei ristoranti preferiti sull’isola. Fanno dei frullati eccezionali ed, in generale, servono ottime portate a prezzi convenienti.  


Radisson Blu Bali Uluwatu. Recensito come uno dei migliori resort per rapporto qualità/prezzo, il Radiaaon Blu Bali valori vi farà sentire a casa vostra coccolandovi e viziandovi, senza svuotare il vostro portafoglio.

Six Senses Uluwatu. Il Six Senses è un nuovissimo resort di lusso a Uluwatu che saprà offrirvi un soggiorno indimenticabile. Le tariffe non sono certamente economiche, ma la posizione, la cucina deliziosa e l’attenzione ai bisogni del cliente giustificando ogni singolo euro speso.

Ubud (3 giorni)

itinerario bali terrazze di riso ubud

Ubud dovrebbe essere inserita in ogni itinerario di viaggio per Bali che si rispetti. Situata nel centro dell’isola, Ubud è la zona più tipica e popolare di tutta Bali.  Una sosta qui vi poterà alla scoperta di templi, risaie, danze tradizionali, corsi di yoga e tanto altro. Ubud è anche un fantastico punto di partenza per avventurarsi nel resto dell’isola! 

  • Ammira le terrazze di riso Tegallalang: le terrazze di riso di Tegallalang hanno raggiunto una certa fama dopo essere stata una delle location del film “Mangia, Prega, Ama” con Julia Roberts. E’ possibile trascorrere un po’ di tempo qui a scattare foto e fare trekking.
  • Escursione sul Monte Badur : il Monte Badur è in realtà un vulcano attivo. Tra le attività più suggestive da fare a Bali c’è quella di ammirare l’alba, esplorare il cratere e fare colazione sulla vetta di questo vulcano.
  • Conosci le scimmiette alla Monkey Forest: vuoi conoscere ed avvicinarti alle scimmiette che popolano Bali? Bene, questo sarà il posto migliore per farlo. Ma fai attenzione, perché non sempre questi animali sono amichevoli come sembrano. La Monkey Forest è in posizione centrale in città ed è un modo economico e divertente per passare un’ora.
  • Alla scoperta dei templi nascosti:  noleggia una moto ed esplora tutti i meravigliosi templi della zona di Ubud C’è ne sono a dozzine ed alcuni davvero meravigliosi come: Pura Tirta Empul, Pura Taman Saraswati e Goa Gajah!
  • Frequenta una classe di yoga:  Ci sono alcuni studi di yoga davvero fantastici a Ubud, e anche se non fa per te, ti consiglio di provarlo! La mia prima esperienza con bikram yoga è stata a Ubud, ed è stata un’esperienza sudata che non dimenticherò mai !!  
  • Lezione di cucina balinese in una fattoria biologica: partecipando a questa lezione di cucina scoprirai ricette e trucchi per preparare dell’ottimo cibo indonesiano. Visiterai il mercato per acquistare gli ingredienti che ti servono e poi prenderai posto ai fornelli con il supporto di uno chef locale.
  • Shopping sul mercato centrale di Ubud:  al centro di Ubud c’è un mercato in cui potrete trovare oggetti d’arte tradizionale balinese, souvenirs ed abbigliamento. Trattando con gentilezza, potrai fare degli ottimi affari.


Nandini Jungle Resort & Spa Bali.  Questo incantevole resort a 5 stelle, situato a soli 30 minuti dal centro di Ubud, è immerso nella foresta pluviale. Il Nandini Jungle Resort mette a disposizione un servizio navetta gratuito per la città e alloggi nei tradizionali chalet balinesi.

Visesa Ubud Resort. Il Visesa Ubud Resort è una struttura ispirata alla cultura e al design balinesi con piscina all’aperto, palestra, spa e WiFi gratuito in tutti gli ambienti. Punto di forza sono i 3 ristoranti che propongono piatti della cucina locale ed internazionale.

Isole Nusa (2 giorni)

itinerario bali Nusa Penida

A circa 25 minuti dalla costa di Bali ci sono le 3 isole che compongo l’arcipelago delle isole Nusa:   Nusa Lembongan , Nusa Ceningan e Nusa Penida . Sono tre isole che non fanno parte di Bali, ma sono un gioiello da non perdere per nessuna ragione al mondo. Hanno spiagge incredibili, paesaggi da sogno ed alcuni dei migliori spot per fare snorkeling o immersioni.

Se hai poco tempo a disposizione puoi raggiungere queste isole con un’escursione di un giorno a Nusa Penida ; in caso contrario, la soluzioni ottimale è quella di pernottare 2 notti alle isole Nusa (magari 1 notte a Nusa Lembongan ed 1 a Nusa Penida ).

  • Nusa Lembongan è la più popolata delle 3 isole. Qui troverai alloggi, ristoranti, mercati e centri PADI. Gran parte delle scuole immersioni offrono la possibilità di raggiungere il Manta Point , uno spot da cui è possibile vedere le manta rays (un pesce simile alla razza, per intenderci)-.
  • Nusa Penida è di gran lunga la più bella delle 3 isole di Nusa, ma anche quella meno accessibile. È possibile raggiungere l’isola tramite traghetto ed una volta giunti sulla terraferma esplorarla in scooter. Ecco alcuni degli luoghi da non perdere a Nusa Penida: Kelingking Beach , Atuh Beach , la cascata di Peguyangan e Broken Beach .
  • Nusa Ceningan è così piccola che può essere visitata mentre sei a Nusa Lembongan , in quanto è collegata a questa da un ponte giallo percorribile a piedi oppure in auto.


Shipwreck Point Inn (Nusa Lembongan). A 200 m da Paradise Beach e a 200 m dalla Jungutbatu Beach, lo Shipwreck Point Inn offre sistemazioni con terrazza, il WiFi gratuito in tutte le aree e un parcheggio privato gratuito. E’ una della migliori strutture per rapporto qualità/prezzo a Nusa Lembongan

Ogix Cliff Paradise (Nusa Penida). Staff gentile e caloroso, colazione continentale con vista sull’oceano, prezzi più bassi della media. Avete davvero bisogno di altre motivazioni per prenotare l’Ogix Cliff Paradise?

Canggu (2 giorni)

itinerario 10 giorni Bali Canggu

Canggu è un incantevole villaggio sul mare nella parte sud di Bali, non troppo distante dall’aeroporto Denpasar. Si differenzia da Seminyak e Kuta per essere mena turistica e più tranquilla. In pochi anni, Canggu è cresciuto rapidamente in popolarità , ha superato la più caotica Seminyak ed è diventato un hotspot per nomadi digitali, viaggiatori e surfisti.

  • Segui una lezione di surf: Canggu è un posto eccellente per imparare le basi del surf. E’ un modo diverso per trascorrere due ore e calarsi in pieno della vita di Bali.
  • Rilassati e nuota al Alternative Beach Pool & Hostel: questo ostello aperto recentemente è diventato molto popolare a Canggu. E’ un luogo tutto-in-uno con un bar con piscina, feste memorabili, ostello e camere private, un ristorante, una palestra ed una spa.
  • Trascorri giornata extra-lusso al Finn’s Beach Club:  se non hai un budget limitato, prenota un divano letto al Finn’s Beach Club e regalati una giornata di lusso.
  • Fermati presso la AMO SPA: e concediti uno dei loro famosi trattamenti viso, un massaggio rilassante oppure un idromassaggio in Jacuzzi.
  • Scopri le spiagge più belle di Canggu: le tre spiagge più famose di Canggu sono  Berawa Beach , Batu Bolong Beach ed Echo Beach ,
  • tutte ricoperta da sabbia vulcanica nera.
  • Fai shopping al Love Anchor Market:  noto come il mercato hipster di Bali, il Love Anchor è un mercato aperto tutti i giorni (lunedì-venerdì dalle 10 alle 22 e sabato-domenica dalle 10 alle 17)


Kos One Hostel. Il Kos One Hostel merita il titolo di migliore ostello di Canggu. Ha una fantastica piscina con bar, cibo delizioso, letti comodi e abbondanza di feste ed attività per i suoi ospiti.

Theanna Eco Villa and Spa. Caratterizzate da uno stile moderno e da design ispirati alla tradizione balinese, giapponese e scandinava, le ville del Theanna Eco includono un’area salotto a pianta aperta, una zona pranzo e un angolo cottura, oltre a connessione Wi-Fi ed aria condizionata.

itinerario bali 15 giorni isole Gili

Ora, se hai più di 10 giorni il mio consiglio è quello di navigare verso le Isole Gili. Un viaggio alle Isole Gili è fondamentalmente un viaggio verso il paradiso. Le Gili sono  luogo ideale per una vacanza rilassante , ma allo stesso tempo offrono ogni tipo di comfort e di divertimento.

Non mi dilungherò troppo in questo articolo sulle Gili, ma ti basterà sapere che dal porto di Padang Bai  potrai raggiungere Gili Trawangan in 80 minuti se le condizioni non sono avverse. Le tra isole possono essere cosi sintetizzate:

  • Gili Trawangan : l’isola in cui far festa e divertirsi
  • Gili Meno : è l’isola adatta alle coppie e a chi è in luna di miele
  • Gili Air : una via di mezzo tra Gili Trawangan e Gili Meno e quella più adatta alle famiglie

Cosa posso aggiungere nel mio itinerario per Bali?

Creare un itinerario per Bali può essere molto complicato perché dipende davvero da ciò che una persona sta cercando. Sfortunatamente, non esiste un itinerario perfetto per Bali poiché dipende molto dalle tue esigenze, da cosa vuoi vedere e da quali sono le tue passioni.

In questo articolo ho cercato di coprire tutte le principali attrazioni di Bali , con qualche chicca esclusiva. Nonostante ciò, ci sono ancora tanti posti da poter esplorare a Bali e che potrebbe portare a modificare il vostro itinerario di viaggio per Bali.

Ecco, secondo me, qualcosa che potrebbe essere aggiunta o usata per sostituire una o più destinazioni:

  • Trascorri più tempo alle Isole Nusa: la fantastica biodiversità marina, i paesaggi aspri e le spiagge incontaminate, giustificano a pieno una sosta più lunga alle Isole Nusa. Se ami fare snorkeling e diving valuta l’idea di trascorrere qualche giorno in più tra Nusa Penida e Nusa Lembongan .
  • Prenota una notte al Monte Kintamani: questa è una parte davvero meravigliosa di Bali e dormire in un resort immerso nella giungla è un’esperienza affascinante. Inoltre, renderà il trekking all’alba molto più semplice e veloce.
  • Rilassati a Sanur: questa città costiera anche se non ha le splendide coste di Uluwatu e i caffè alla moda di Canggu, è un posto confortevole con resort di livello, una bellissima spiaggia e un’atmosfera rilassante.  

Come muoversi a Bali

come muoversi a bali

Le opzioni di trasporto a Bali sono diverse ed alcune davvero convenienti. Spostarsi da un posto ad un altro è semplice, anche se spesso il traffico potrebbe rappresentare un problema e rallentare la tua tabella di marcia. Vediamo insieme c ome muoversi e spostarsi a Bali:

  • Utilizza APP di carsharing : Uber, GoJek e Grab sono le 3 applicazioni di carsharing che vanno per la maggiore a Bali.   Scaricale tutte prima di arrivare e sarai sempre in grado di trovare un passaggio.
  • Noleggiare uno scooter:  è un modo estremamente popolare per esplorare l’isola. Soprattutto, nelle aree più affollate (Canggu , Uluwatu e Ubud ) avere uno scooter potrebbe fare la differenza. Noleggialo solo se ti senti a tuo agio sulle due ruote e ricorda sempre di stipulare un’assicurazione in viaggio.
  • Assumi un autista privato : per circa 45€ al giorno puoi noleggiare un auto privato con autista che ti porterà in giro per l’isola. Potrebbe essere una buona idea se siete 3-4 persone e nessuno se la sente di guidare sulle strade balinesi.

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The Perfect 2 Week Bali Itinerary For First Time Visitors

By: Author Lotte

Posted on Last updated: February 10, 2023

Categories Indonesia

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Bali is the perfect island getaway and a great place to relax! In this 2 week Bali itinerary you can read about the best things to do in Bali, where to stay, and other important things to know when visiting Bali.

Bali is called the Island of the Gods and it’s easy to see why… There are impressive mountains and volcanoes, lush green forests, pretty rice paddies, beautiful beaches, and a stunning blue ocean.

More than 80% of the population adheres to Balinese Hinduism, which results in a multitude of beautiful temples, colorful offerings on every street, and a friendly atmosphere.

2 week Bali itinerary

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This complete 2-Bali week itinerary includes the best things to do on Bali, where to stay and a map with all the Bali highlights. Use this Bali travel guide to plan your trip to Bali in no-time. Visit Ubud, learn to surf in Canggu, take a boat to Nusa Penida and Nusa Lembongan and enjoy the beautiful beaches on Bali. | phenomenalglobe.com

Bali 2 week itinerary summary

  • Day 1-2 Sanur: get over your jetlag, relax on the beach, sip on tropical smoothies and eat your weight in nasi goreng.
  • Day 3-5 Nusa Islands ( Nusa Lembongan, Nusa Ceningan, and Nusa Penida): go scuba diving , rent a scooter to explore, and watch the sunset.
  • Day 6-8 Sebatu and Ubud : walk through the rice paddies, hike to the top of Mount Batur and splash around a couple of waterfalls.
  • Day 9-11 Canggu: learn how to surf , take a yoga class and visit the Tanah Lot Temple.
  • Day 12-14 Jimbaran : pamper yourself with an unforgettable stay at JEstate Villas .

Sunset on Nusa Lembongan Bali Indonesia

Most popular Bali tours: ? Explore rice terraces, waterfalls, and the Monkey Forest with this private tour ? Learn scuba diving and swim with Manta Rays ? Go on a day trip to Nusa Penida ? Hike Mount Batur and admire the sunrise ?️ Visit Bali’s top sights on this Instagram highlights day tour

How to spend 2 weeks in Bali

For your first time in Bali, the best thing to do is to find a balance between sightseeing and relaxing. This Bali trip itinerary will help you to do exactly that!

We spent 2 weeks in Bali ourselves and didn’t feel rushed at all while following this Bali travel itinerary. Which is great considering I always try to cram way too much into our itinerary…

This itinerary includes 5 different areas on Bali: Sanur, Nusa Lembongan, Nusa Penida, Sebatu, Canggu, and Jimbaran.

Keep in mind that Bali isn’t a small island and you won’t be able to see everything in two weeks. Plus, the busy roads and (sometimes) crazy traffic mean that getting from A to B can take a considerable amount of time.

But that’s okay, you’ll have an amazing trip to Bali nonetheless and it will give you a good reason to come back for more…

Monkey on Bali, Indonesia

Things to know when planning a trip to Bali

What is the best time to visit bali.

The dry season is between April and September, however, despite the fact that we visited Bali in November, (the rainy season is October – March) we rarely had any rain during our trip.

I reckon we were very lucky because heavy rains do occur during these months! The benefit of traveling in the shoulder season is that accommodation is (much) cheaper and easier to find.

Other good months to visit Bali are April, May, June, and September . The high season in Bali is during the summer months (July and August), as well as during Christmas and New Year.

How to get to Bali?

Getting to Bali is very easy! Bali has a large international airport (called Ngurah Rai International Airport) located 13 km south of Denpasar, the capital of Bali.

There are several daily flights from other large international airports, such as Singapore, Hong Kong, and even Dubai .

Check the best ticket deals on Kiwi.com.

Beautiful beach in Jimbaran, Bali

Do I need a visa for Bali?

Yes, you probably do. There are a few nationalities (neighboring SEA countries ) that don’t need a visa and lots of nationalities that qualify for a visa on arrival. Check your visa requirements here .

What language do they speak in Bali?

On Bali, Bahasa Indonesia is the official language, just like in the rest of Indonesia. That being said, there are over 300 different native languages spoken in Indonesia.

Basa Bali or Balinese is most locals’ first language, however, pretty much every Balinese person working in the tourism industry speaks English (to a degree) as well.

While you won’t have any problems making yourself understood in English while in Bali, learning a few words of the local language (Balinese) is greatly appreciated. Check this post to learn a few basic phrases.

Building covered in green plants in Sanur Bali

What is the best currency to use in Bali?

In Bali, you’ll pay in Indonesian rupiah. At the time of writing, $1 is approximately 14.500 rupiah, €1 is around 15.000 rupiah and £1 is 18.000 rupiah. Check XE.com for the latest exchange rates.

Map for a 2 week Bali trip

I’ve marked all the highlights we visited during our time in Bali on the map below, creating the perfect Bali itinerary.

I considered adding a couple of the best places to eat, but there are so many warungs where you can get delicious local food, it won’t be hard to find your own favorites!

You’ll also find the names and locations of the accommodation we stayed at.

Bali things to do map

Click here for the interactive map.

Where to stay in Bali

One of the most important things when planning your Bali holiday is finding a nice place to stay. Below you can find all the places we stayed at, more info about these hotels can be found further in the post.

Note: Prices for these Bali hotels depend on the time of year and how far in advance you book. Therefore, the prices mentioned above are a rough indication of the price per night to help you compare the different options. Click ‘check price’ to see the latest prices and book ahead to get the best deal.

Day 1-2: Best things to do in Sanur

Okay, honestly… we didn’t do that much in Sanur. We were jetlagged from our (long) red-eye flight from Canada and spend most of our time relaxing.

Sanur is the perfect place to do so. It’s not nearly as frantic as Ubud or Kuta, but you’ll find everything you need and more.

The relaxed pace was one of the reasons we picked Sanur as our first destination in Bali.

Other reasons were its proximity to the airport (only 30 minutes by taxi) and because Sanur is the gateway to the beautiful islands Lembongan and Penida ( Nusa means island ).

Boat on the beach in Sanur, Bali

That being said, there are some things to see and do in Sanur! There is a nice beach and while it may not the prettiest beach on Bali, you do have a beautiful view over Mount Agung.

And if you’re not hungover from your jetlag like us and drag yourself out of bed early, you can catch a beautiful sunrise!

There are several temples, lots of restaurants, small shops, and a local market where you can buy arts, crafts, and cute purses.

Bottom line: Sanur is a great place to start your Bali trip!

Where to stay in Sanur: Wisna House

Wisna House in Sanur

Wisna House was the perfect place to stay after our flight because it was very quiet and relaxed. It’s a small family-run ‘hotel’, there are only 3 rooms overlooking a cute courtyard.

The rooms are very new and nicely decorated (we stayed in room 2). The bed is super comfortable and the WiFi was fast for Balinese standards. Modern and clean bathroom with a rain shower.

Breakfast at Wisna House in Sanur

There was a little porch in front of our room where the friendly owner served our breakfast (included) in the morning.

We especially loved the Balinese breakfast! Wisna House is within easy walking distance of Sanur beach and there are lots of great local places to eat nearby as well.

Altogether we had a great stay and I would definitely book Wisna House again, especially considering the affordable price.

Click here to book Wisna House

How to get to Sanur

Sanur is one of the cheapest places to get to from the airport. How much you pay depends on your bargaining skills.

Uber, Grab, and Go-Jek are not allowed in the airport but there are airport taxis. These taxis are more expensive but offer a fixed fee (the price to Sanur is 250.000 rupiah).

Alternatively, you can book a private driver via Get Your Guide . It will only cost a few bucks extra and it’s the easiest way to get to Sanur (or anywhere in Bali really).

The best part is that you avoid the need to haggle a taxi fee at the airport. Never my favorite thing to do but even less enjoyable after a long and tiring international flight.

Busy traffic on Bali

After a bit of bargaining, we managed to get a taxi to Sanur for 150.000, the ride took about 30 minutes.

Traffic is busy in Bali and even though distances may be small, it often takes a long time to get to your destination.

Day 3-5: Best things to do on Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Penida

I loved Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Penida! These islands are tropical paradises and less crowded than Bali.

Go scuba diving

Colorful coral around Nusa Penida

Since getting my PADI in the Philippines , I’m hooked on scuba diving. Diving in Indonesia is among the best we’ve seen and it’s no surprise scuba diving in Bali is very popular.

The dive spots are beautiful, marine life is very rich, and colorful coral is abundant (see picture above).

There are many dive schools in Lembongan, all offering dive trips to Nusa Penida where you can see Manta Rays!

If you are lucky that is, obviously manta rays are majestic wild animals who go wherever they please.

However, because the waters around Nusa Penida are full of plankton and jellyfish, manta rays can be seen feeding in these waters year-round.

It was a truly magical and humbling experience to swim below (and above) these giants! The mantas are so graceful and fly effortlessly through the water.

Note: prices are similar at most dive schools on Lembongan, expect to pay around 1 million rupiahs (€65/$68 ) for 2 dives as a certified diver. This usually includes equipment, lunch, drinks, transport to the dive sites, and guidance by a certified divemaster. An additional 100.000-150.000 rupiah is added by all dive schools for Manta Point (because it’s quite far and costs a lot of fuel to get there). Don’t have your PADI yet? Click here to book your Bali PADI course .

If you don’t have a scuba diving license and have no interest in getting one either, but you still want to explore the beautiful underwater world around Nusa Penida, check out this full-day snorkeling tour .

Make a day trip to Nusa Penida

Kelingking Beach Nusa Penida Bali

Nusa Penida is absolutely breathtaking! We took a small boat from Lembongan to Nusa Penida in the morning, rented a scooter at Toyapakeh, and drove around the island the entire day.

We visited Broken Beach, Angel’s Billabong, Kelingking Beach, Pura Paluang, Bana Cliff, Tembeling Forest, and Pura Puncak Mundi.

Practical information: boats to Toyapakeh (on Nusa Penida) departs from the Yellow Bridge between Nusa Ceningan and Nusa Lembonganon. The price is around 50.000 rupiahs per person, though prices in Asia are always flexible and depend on your bargaining skills. There is no fixed schedule, boats leave when there are enough people. It only takes around 15 minutes to get across. The moment you step foot on the beach at Toyapakeh, touts will ask you if you need a scooter. We rented one for 70.000 rupiahs, including a full tank of petrol. 

If you’re short on time but do want to visit Nusa Penida, consider this excellent day tour . Relax on the white sand beaches and experience a perfect island getaway.

Watch the sunset

Sunset on Nusa Lembongan Bali

On Nusa Lembongan, you can see both the sunrise as well as the sunset! I’m usually not out of bed early enough to catch the sunrise, but we got a beautiful sunset in the evening.

Just find a nice little restaurant on the beach and enjoy the view!

Important note: we stayed on Nusa Lembongan for 3 days (2 nights). In hindsight, I reckon 4 days would have been the perfect amount of time. If I were to visit the Nusa Islands again, I would store most of my luggage somewhere on Nusa Lembongan and spend two days (and one night) on Nusa Penida! Had we done so this Bali trip, it would have given us time to visit the East (Atuh Beach) and North side of the island as well. Plus, we would have had time to do 2 more dives. It would have been amazing to see the Manta Rays again, or perhaps even a Mola Mola . Next time maybe…

Where to stay on Lembongan: Nata Homestay

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We stayed at Nata Homestay and had a lovely stay. Our room was spacious with a comfortable bed. Large bathroom with hot water (which you don’t really need because it’s so hot outside).

There was air conditioning and free WiFi (not very stable or fast, but worked most of the time). The friendly owner gave us some useful advice about the boat to Nusa Penida.

Altogether, I would have loved to stay longer!

Click here to book Nata Homestay

How to get to Nusa Lembongan

Sri Rejeki fast boat from Sanur to Nusa Lembongan

From Sanur, there are many fast boat services to Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Penida. You can check the schedule and book an online ticket here.

We just went to Sanur beach and bought a round-trip ticket from the Sri Rejeki boat company onsite.

We paid 350.000 rupiahs per person, but I honestly don’t know what the actual price is. I guess it depends on your bargaining skills…

The Sri Rejeki boat was in good condition and the crew handled our luggage with care. The boat departed only 15 minutes late, which for Asia is exactly on time;-).

But seriously, we’ve had much longer delays, 15 minutes is very very good!

Blue ocean around Nusa Lembongan

On Nusa Lembongan, we were brought to our hotel by the Sri Rejeki tuk-tuk and on the day of our departure, we were picked up from the hotel as well (included in the ticket price).

Altogether it was a smooth boat transfer!

Day 6-8: Best things to do around Sebatu

Live like a local with duara travels.

Rice fields Sebatu Bali

Sebatu is a lovely small town near Ubud, very much off the radar of most tourists, unlike Ubud itself.

Our stay in Sebatu was very special because we spent three days living with a local family. This concept by Duara Travels brings tourists and Balinese people together.

It gives travelers a unique insight into Balinese culture and life, while simultaneously generating extra income for the host family and the village as a whole.

Sadly Duara Travels is no longer in business. If you wish to stay at Sebatu Village, please send me a message so I can connect you to our wonderful host Wayan.

Cooking Balinese food

We loved this different side of Bali. Sebatu is only 16 kilometers away from Ubud, but we didn’t see any other tourists during our stay.

Together with our host Wayan we explored the rice fields and went to a ceremony at the village temple.

Wayan’s nephew Agus taught us about Balinese history, culture, traditions and the tightly knit communities called Banjar , which are the cornerstone of Balinese society.

Penjor Galungan Day Balinese religious holiday

We ate delicious home-cooked meals together with our host family and even got to help a little by preparing satay for Galungan Day, a very important Balinese religious day.

Altogether it was a very special experience and something I would love to do again!

Read more about our stay with Wayan and his family.

Make a scooter road trip through the rice paddies

Rice fields around Ubud Bali

During our stay, our host Wayan was so kind as to lend us a scooter so we could explore the area around Sebatu and Ubud.

There were so many beautiful green rice paddies! It didn’t really matter which direction we choose, rice paddies were everywhere!

Rice terraces Tegallalang Ubud Bali

The rice terraces at Tegallalang are famous, beautiful, and very green. Though I’ll admit they’re not as spectacular as the rice terraces of Batad in the Philippines .

It’s best to visit the Tegallalang rice terraces early in the morning or in the late afternoon as it gets very hot during the day and there is very little to no shade on the narrow tracks through the terraces.

Conclusion: it doesn’t matter where you go, just hop on a motorbike and explore the surroundings of Sebatu, it’s beautiful!

Alternatively, book this excellent waterfall, rice terraces, and monkey forest private tour led by a knowledgeable local guide (transportation included).

Visit Mount Batur and Lake Batur

Reflection of Mount Batur in lake

Volcanoes are always impressive and so is Mount Batur. Standing 1717 meters tall it may only be a small mountain compared to its big brother Mount Agung (3031 meters), but Mount Batur is beautiful nonetheless!

I highly recommend this Mount Batur sunrise tour for an unforgettable hiking experience. You’ll scale Mount Batur, watch the sunrise from the top of the mountain, and visit the volcanic crater.

Unfortunately, we didn’t have time for this activity but it’s on my list for a future visit to Bali…

Mount Batur is approximately 18 km from Sebatu (and 34 from Ubud). There is a 30.000 rupiah entrance fee per person, plus 3000 for a scooter .

Cool off at the Kanto Lampo Waterfall and the Tibumana Waterfall

Kanto Lampo Waterfall Bali

In case you didn’t know: Bali is hot! Imagine how good it feels to cool off at a nice fresh waterfall…

During our scooter road trip, we checked out the Kanto Lampo Waterfall (entry by donation) and the Tibumana Waterfall (10.000 rupiahs per person).

Both can easily be reached from Sebatu (26km) and Ubud (10km).

Taste Luwak coffee at Basanta Coffee

Basanta Coffee Plantation - coffee tasting

Have you heard of the famous Luwak coffee? This special coffee is also called civet coffee and is made from partly digested coffee cherries eaten and pooped out by the Asian palm civet .

Yes, this coffee is made from poo, and it’s hugely popular too! We did a tasting at Basanta Agro Organic, located a couple of kilometers from our homestay.

While it was fun to try this hyped coffee, I actually preferred the taste of the (free) coconut coffee and (free) ginger tea over the exclusive Luwak (50.000 rupiahs per cup).

Where to stay in Sebatu

Balinese men carrying traditional gong

As mentioned above we stayed with Wayan’s family via Duara Travels Unfortunately they are no longer in business.

However, I can put you in touch with Wayan if you’d like to arrange a stay with his family. Send me a message so I can give you his contact details.

How to get to Sebatu

You can easily get transport from Sanur to Sebatu via Uber, Go-Jek, and Grab, but we were very lucky our host Wayan had time to pick us up!

Not only did we have more time to get to know each other, it also provided the family with a little extra income (we paid 220.000 rupiahs for the transfer).

Depending on the traffic traveling from Sanur to Sebatu will take between 90-120 minutes.

If you have an extra day: Explore more places in and around Ubud .

Day 9-11: Best things to do in Canggu

Go surfing.

Surfing in Canggu Bali

Canggu is famous for surfing, but unfortunately, the waves were too high during the time of our stay.

I only surfed once in my life (we took an introduction lesson in Sri Lanka ) so I enjoyed watching the experienced surfers ride the waves from the beach instead.

Book your surfing lesson here and learn how to master the waves!

Visit the Tanah Lot Temple

Tanah Lot Cliff Temple Bali

Yes, this temple is one of the most popular places in Bali and therefore rather touristy. But who can resist such a spectacular location and stunning view…

The entrance fee is a little steep for Bali (60.000 rupiahs per person, plus 2000 parking for a scooter) but the views are beautiful!

Take a yoga class at one of the many yoga studios

Yoga Bali Chillhouse - phenomenalglobe.com

In Canggu, we stayed at the Chillhouse , where you can join a daily yoga class. After being way too lazy for way too long I joined a morning class and I loved it!

It felt so good to stretch my muscles, focus on my breathing, and improve my posture. I felt very relaxed after the class, note to self: do yoga more often…

Go shopping

Cute boutique store in Canggu Bali

After 9 months of travel, it was time to replace some clothes (my husband’s shirts were threadbare and I’m always wearing the same clothes in all our pictures;-).

Luckily there are lots of cute shops and boutiques in Canggu and you’ll definitely be able to find some nice clothes.

Where to stay in Canggu

Swimming pool at the Chillhouse Yoga retreat in Canggu

We stayed at the Chillhouse in a lovely garden bungalow called Indah , which means beautiful in Balinese.

Our cute villa had a comfortable king-size bed, a mosquito net, an outdoor shower, and an awesome bamboo chair in the garden.

The atmosphere was super chill (what’s in the name), the staff relaxed and friendly and the food… oh the food was so good!

Delicious lunch at the Chillhouse Canggu

Breakfast and dinner were included, but we also had lunch here every day, there were so many items on the menu we wanted to try!

To compensate for eating all the time, I joined a relaxing yoga class and went for a dip in the pool (there are 2 swimming pools, and the one in the back is bigger and quieter).

I also spent a lot of time in the co-work space to catch up on the blog. WiFi was good in the workspace, but not always in our room (a problem for Bali in general).

Altogether we had a very relaxing stay at the Chillhouse!

Click here to book the Chillhouse

How to get to Canggu

We were lucky again that Wayan had time to drive us! We paid 400.000 rupiahs for our transfer, it took around 2 hours to get to Canggu (Bali traffic jams can be pretty bad…).

Another option is this private sightseeing transfer from Ubud to Canggu. You’ll comfortably travel from A to B and enjoy a tailor-made half-day tour of Bali’s top tourist destinations. 

Day 12-14: Best things to do in Jimbaran

Swimming pool at Jamahal Private Resort and Spa

We came to Jimbaran with just one item on our to-do list: celebrate our wedding anniversary!

To celebrate 8 years of happy marriage we checked into the JEstate Villas & Guesthouses and didn’t leave our blissful bubble for 2 days.

Jimbaran beach Bali

If you really want to do something in Jimbaran, go to the beach!

It’s a short walk from the resort and while it’s not very suitable for surfing, the view is great and there are plenty of restaurants to grab a bit to eat.

Where to stay in Jimbaran: JEstate Villas

Swimming pool at the Jamahal Private Resort and Spa

This is one of the most luxurious resorts I’ve ever stayed at and our time there was very precious.

The staff was so friendly and very professional, they knew our names immediately. We felt like VIPS our entire stay!

Flower bath Bali

We spent our days floating in our private pool, bubbling in our private Jacuzzi, soaking in our flower bathtub, listening to the tropical birds, relaxing in our beautiful villa, and getting our muscles crunched at the spa during a Balinese full-body massage.

Yes, you may hate me now;-).

Balinese Spa and Massage room Jamahal Private Resort and Spa

We had a 3-course dinner and tried every item on the breakfast menu, all the food was absolutely divine. Meals were served in our villa so it was just the two of us, very intimate and romantic!

Extensive breakfast at Jamahal Private Resort and Spa

Altogether, we couldn’t have wished for a better place to celebrate our wedding anniversary. I’m just not sure if we’ll ever be able to top this…

Read more about our stay at JEstate Villas or book a villa via Booking.com .

How to get to Jimbaran from Canggu

Unfortunately, Uber, Go-Jek, and Grab are not allowed in Canggu (only for drop-off, not pick-up).

There is only one taxi company allowed to operate so expect to pay a lot more for your transport to Jimbaran (between 200.000 and 300.000).

Rice fields Bali near Canggu

Read which other islands to visit in Southeast Asia !

Bali 3-week itinerary

If you’ve got more time to spend in Bali, consider adding these popular destinations to your 3 weeks in Bali travel plan.

Gili Islands

The Gili Islands are located just off the northwest coast of Lombok and are highly worth visiting. This group of islands is known for its sandy beaches fringed with palm trees and excellent scuba diving options.

There are three Gili Islands:

  • Gili Trawangan (best for party lovers)
  • Gili Meno (best for couples, especially those on honeymoon)
  • Gili Air (best for laid-back travelers and yoga)

There is a fast ferry from Bali to the Gili Islands, departing from Padangbai. Click here to book your tickets with 12Go . This trusted platform is easy to book with and offers international payment options.


Nusa Dua can be found on the east of the Bukit Peninsula. It’s known for the high-end resorts that are located here.

If you’re looking for a carefree holiday in Bali in a luxurious resort, this is the place to be. Some of the top-rated beach resorts in Nusa Dua are:

  • REVIVO Wellness Resort : a sustainable property with excellent attention to detail, attentive staff, and beautiful surroundings. Click here to book .
  • Kayumanis Nusa Dua Private Villa & Spa : exceptional villas with private pools, free airport transfers, and relaxing treatments at the luxurious spa. Click here to book .
  • The Bale (pictured below): this adult-only resort with stylish villas is perfect for couples looking for a romantic place to spend their Bali vacation. Click here to book .

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Campuhan Ridge Walk

If you’re an outdoor lover like me, you definitely want to make time for the Campuhan Ridge Walk.

It’s an easy paved trail offering stunning views over the rice terraces surrounding Ubud (read about more things to do in Ubud below).

Due to the high temperatures in Bali, it’s best to tackle this trail early in the morning. Don’t forget to bring plenty of water and protect yourself from the sun ( wear a hat and lots of sunscreen ).

Visiting Bali for the first time? Check out this 2-week Bali itinerary with the best things to see and do on Bali, where to stay, and how to get around on Bali. The itinerary includes detailed information about Sanur, Nusa Lembongan, Nusa Penida, Sebatu, Ubud, Canggu, and Jimbaran + a printable map with Bali highlights. | Bali | Indonesia | Bali 2 Week Itinerary | Best Things To Do On Bali

While Ubud is definitely not Bali off the beaten track, there are lots of top things to do in Ubud.

  • Saraswati Temple: a popular attraction is the photogenic Saraswati Temple, also known as the Ubud Water Palace. This is a place of worship so please behave and dress respectfully.
  • Join a cooking class: learn the secrets of Balinese food! Visit a local market to select fresh ingredients, enjoy scenic views from a rice plantation, and get help to cook an authentic Balinese meal. Click here to book.
  • Goa Gajah: this archeological site and a popular spot just outside Ubud is known as the Elephant Cave. It was built in the 9th century and is famous for its ancient carvings.

Plan your Southeast Asia trip like a pro with these tools: ✈️ Find the best flight deals on Kiwi.com . ? Book your transport tickets (train, bus, ferry, minivan, and more) via 12Go.Asia ?️ Find your dream accommodation on Booking.com or Agoda . ? Book the best tours with Klook and Get Your Guide . ? Plan your journey with the  Lonely Planet . ?️ Travel safely and get reliable travel insurance from Safety Wing .

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Two weeks in Bali: in conclusion

That’s our Bali two-week itinerary! I hope this post has been helpful, please let me know if you have any questions by leaving a comment or sending me an email .

As mentioned earlier in this post, there is much more to see and do in Bali! Also read these posts for more Bali travel inspiration:

  • Why Bali should be on your bucket list
  • Off the beaten track in Sidemen
  • Guide to Kuta
  • Ubud foodie guide
  • Things to do in Seminyak
  • 7 experiences for a perfect Bali getaway

Disclosure: I was hosted by Duara Travels in Sebatu, the Chillhouse in Canggu, and JEstate Villas in Jimbaran. Nevertheless, all pictures and opinions are my own.

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This post was updated in June 2022.

Saturday 11th of January 2020

Hello Lotte, My name is Kay, my friend and I are planning trips to Singapore, Indonesia and Thailand, but we don’t plan to stay more than 5 days in each country. I read your 4-day itinerary in Singapore and found it really helpful. Was hoping you could again narrow down the places to visit in both Indonesia and Thailand. Cheers ❣️

Friday 24th of January 2020

Thanks for reading my blog and great you'll be visiting Singapore, Indonesia, and Thailand. While you can see a lot in 4 days in Singapore, both Thailand and Indonesia are much larger and you could spend weeks (even months) exploring these countries. If you have 5 days in both countries, for Thailand I suggest; - 3 days in Bangkok - Day trip to Kanchanaburi - Day trip to Ayutthaya

For Indonesia, I've only visited Bali so I can only comment on places there. If you have 5 days I would suggest: - 2/3 days in Ubud - 2/3 days in Canggu

Enjoy planning your trip! Best regards, Lotte

Wednesday 8th of January 2020

Thank you for this very detailed itinerary. I am in the process of planning my first 2 week vacay to Bali. II noticed you said you wished you stayed 3 nights in Nusa Lembongan. My friend and I are not into diving or surfing, but we would love to do a nice hike or maybe take in a yoga class or two while there. Also we are not huge party goers, but it would be nice to go out 1-2 nights while we are there. Since we are two female travelers (safety is a big concern)

Also we don't want anything to romantic hahaha since we are just friends.

Would love to hear your thoughts.

Cheers from Los Angeles! :)

Friday 10th of January 2020

Thanks for reading my blog and great you are planning a trip to Bali! Regarding your questions, I really liked the vibe on Nusa Lembongan and even if you are not into diving or surfing it's a great place to spend a couple of days. You could make a day trip to Nusa Penida on day 1, go hiking on day 2 and do a yoga class and relax on the beach on day 3. Regarding going out, I'm afraid I don't have any advice here since we didn't go to any bars there. However, there is enough to do in the evening/at night and as long as you are careful, don't get drunk or walk through any dark alleys you should be fine.

Enjoy your trip! Lotte

Sophie Hughes

Saturday 28th of December 2019

Thanks so much for sharing this it has helped us so much! We are looking at going to Bali June 2020 and are hoping to visit: Ubud, Nusa Islands, Gili, Central Bali(maybe) and Uluwater - as well as Seminyak/Canggu/Sanur.

Please let us know if this is possible and what order to visit them in! Also which out of Seminyak/Canggu/Sanur is most important to visit! Also please let me know if we are missing some must see destinations!!

Monday 30th of December 2019

Thank you for reading and I'm happy to help:-) Regarding your questions, how long are you planning to travel in Bali? It would be a bit much going to all the destinations you mentioned in just two weeks. However, if you have a month you can easily visit them all.

When it comes to choosing between Seminyak, Canggu and Sanur, I've only visited Canggu and Sanur and out of the two I'd recommend Canggu. However, if you plan to go to Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Penida it's convenient to spend a night in Sanur to arrange your boat trip. Good luck planning your itinerary and have a great trip!

Best regards, Lotte

Wednesday 13th of June 2018

Thanks so much for your sharing. It helps me to plan the next vacation in Bali and balance the itinerary between Yorgykarta and Bali. I just have only 7 days in total, but I want to explore this region as much as possible.

You are most welcome! Enjoy your trip:-)

Thursday 17th of May 2018

Thanks for sharing your trip, next time I'll be sure to visit Gili Air. I have a Nikon D3300 and I'm very happy with the quality of the pictures:-). Happy travels!

14-15 Days in Bali: Ultimate 2 Weeks Bali Itinerary

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2 Weeks Bali Itinerary

You have finally taken your ticket to Bali and you are now wondering which cities to visit?

That’s good, I have prepared a 14-15 day Bali itinerary for you that will allow you to visit a good part of the island of the gods without rushing too much.

This trip is recommended for a 2 weeks Bali itinerary, but if you are traveling longer or shorter, you can adapt your circuit accordingly.

An itinerary also depends on what one has come to look for in Bali. So don’t hesitate to skip a step if it doesn’t seem to suit your needs.

Table of Contents

Practical Information for 2 Weeks Bali Itinerary

Arrive in Bali: plane and transport From Bangkok, it is very easy to get to Bali, it is an undeniable advantage to be able to discover Asia.

From Bangkok Don Muang airport, we took tickets with Air Asia, it is a company with a very good reputation and since we live in Bangkok we have taken it many times and everything is going well always perfectly fine.

To get to Denpasar in Bali we paid €350 round trip per person (quite high price but booking 5 days before departure).

Among the best Bangkok-Bali offers, there are flights at 150€ A/R.

Buying a SIM card in Bali The points of sale for SIM cards at Denpasar airport are  open even at 1:30 am !

The money changers too and it’s very practical. We took a SIM card valid for 1 month 8GB for 150k Rp (9.50€) per person at XL center, one of the biggest telecom operators in Bali.

You also have the company Telksomsel which is recommended. Having a SIM card gives you the possibility of having access to Google Maps to find your way around, to be able to check the address of your accommodation, call your hotel, or even order a taxi with Grab (in certain regions only).

Formalities for Bali itinerary

  • Visa: 1 month for visa exemption (compulsory return ticket), for stays longer than 30 days a tourist visa is compulsory, inquire in advance
  • Passport: must be valid for more than 6 months on the arrival date
  • Vaccines: Hepatitis A systematically, refer to any international vaccination center
  • Time difference: + 6h in summer / + 7h in winter
  • Driving: scooter rental possible at low cost, strongly advised against renting a car (opt for a taxi)
  • Currency: Indonesian rupiah (€1 = Rp 15,599.87 in August 2019). In my article when I write 15k Rp it means 15,000 Indonesian rupiah)
  • Security: Bali is a safe island, be careful with your personal belongings. Be careful all the same with ATM withdrawals, our bank card was hacked, duplicated with the PIN code, with the loss of €1,000, fortunately the sum was reimbursed in 4 days by our bank).
  • Police: If you need to give a report to the police, it must be done at the exact location where the problem took place (if you are in Ubud and you report a problem to Legian, nothing can be done). Be aware that you have to pay (you are taken to a small room away and you are asked for money – around 50,000 Rp / 3.20€ -, even just for a paper attesting to the theft for your insurance) .
  • Health insurance: never to be neglected. When you travel abroad it is up to you to pay for your health costs. It is essential to be covered for treatment, hospitalization or repatriation.
  • Monkeys: watch out for monkey bites or scratches! This topic is constantly being discussed on travel forums. Monkeys are sometimes aggressive. Immediately consult a doctor on site, injections against rabies are sometimes necessary.
  • Best season to go to Bali:  May to October is the best period (dry season), November to April is the wettest season. In August the weather was good, with temperatures between 28 and 30°.

Nusa Lembongan Bali - 15 Days Bali Itinerary

Day 1-3: Ubud, the Spiritual Heart of Bali

Ubud, a must for a stay in Bali which appears in all itineraries, and above all a central place to shine in the surroundings.

Many restaurants and cafes, shops, markets, the center of Ubud teems with life. But also tourists and traffic is heavy.

14 days Bali itinerary

The Center of Ubud in Bali

For our first day in the 2-week Bali itinerary we went to visit the Ubud Palace, the Lotus Café, the Ubud market, have a drink and have dinner in the evening in one of the many restaurants in town.

Also, the Monkey Forest is located 1km from the center of Ubud.

  • Ubud Palace:  Admission to Ubud Palace is free. Pretty temples, decorated statues, which can be visited quickly.
  • Monkey Forest:  This place is very famous because it is a sanctuary for monkeys. We went there very early and so much the better because the monkeys were not very aggressive, eating or having fun kicking stones (which was quite funny, it looks like they were all trying to make a fire!). But when a monkey sees something sticking out of your bag, he wants to grab it and jump on you. Nice visit but I left before the tourists / monkeys storm. Price of entry at 50k Rp (3.20€).
  • Restaurants in Ubud:  very good restaurants and bars including Café Wayan, and many others for everyone (vegetarians, etc.). We tested the Babi Guling in Oka (suckling pig, specialty), but nothing more.
  • Massage: Balinese massage is known all over the world, a little softer than Thai massage but with a firm hand, you can do a 1 hour Balinese massage between 100 and 150k Rp.

The Kayon Jungle - 15 Days Bali Itinerary

Day Trip to Ubud

We took a private driver (the hotel owner) who took us to all the main places to visit around Ubud town. It was a day that started at 9 am and ended at 6 pm, a big 9 am day of discoveries.

Price of the day for two: 600k Rp (38€) but if you go there by yourself by scooter or on an organized tour, you can get better prices.

  • Rice Fields of Tegallalang:  rice fields yes, but very touristy. To enter, you have to make a donation, to continue the route too. Ideal for those who want Instagram photos, wicker nests, swings, heart, “I love Bali” sign, finally the total :). Otherwise don’t spend too much time there and go to Jatiluwih.
  • Pura Tirta Empul Holy Water Temple:  a beautiful temple with basins in which holy water springs flow. The entrance is a few euros with the rental of sarongs. And if you want to purify your soul, for a few extra euros we lend you a sarong to go into the water and a locker to deposit your belongings. It wasn’t very hot but I tried the experience in the pools, plunging my head under the sacred water ♥. Of course it is not a temple for tourists but primarily a temple for believers.
  • Gunung Kawi Temple and Goa Gajah Temple:  I really liked the first one which is surrounded by rice fields! It is one of the oldest temples in Bali. At the bottom, a statue shop in which I fell for 2 pretty typical Balinese statues of Sita (Balinese goddess) for 12€.
  • Tegenungan Waterfall:  this waterfall is very beautiful and very touristic. Some even bathe!

Climbing the Batur Volcano

From the city of Ubud, it is easy to organize an excursion to climb Mount Batur. It will be from Ubud that you will take the least time to reach the foot of the Batur volcano.

The volcano is active but has not erupted since 2000. It is the second highest volcano on the island of Bali after Mount Agung, which erupted in 2017 and has since been closed to the public.

The ascent of Mount Batur is done at night. Departure from Ubud at 2:30 am, arrival on site at 3:30 am, time for hot tea and banana fritters. And around 4h-4h30 we start the ascent.

It takes approximately between 1h30 and 2h to climb. It is not  too difficult for people in physical condition .

Personally, I climbed it quietly in 1h45, without rushing because I was emerging from my few hours of sleep.

The most difficult thing is to climb at night and not see the route. At the top, the other hikers wait for the sunrise trying to warm up with the breakfasts served by the guides (bananas, cereal bars, tea) and even eggs cooked in the volcano’s steam.  Sunrise above the clouds: a magical little moment!

Going down is easier than going up, because you can finally see where you are stepping. In 45min we descended with our guide. And after the ascent, you have the possibility to go to the hot springs!

And frankly it’s only  happiness to dive into its warm water pools  with a view of the lake. You must of course choose this option with your organizer.

Sunrise on Mount Batur - 2 weeks in Bali Itinerary

Accommodation in Ubud in the Center of Bali

After booking 3 nights at  Buda Cottage Ubud , we also added an extra night, especially for the ascent of Mount Batur. Night at 30€, and very clean! It’s only 2km from Ubud town but watch out for traffic.

You can have lunch there (but not dinner), for example a mie goreng for 30k (1.90€). Super price (-20€):    Secret Garden Guest House / More chic in Ubud:   11 on Kajeng .

Day 4-5: Munduk, Mountains and Waterfalls

Munduk, Bali 2 weeks itinerary

For this day trip between Ubud and Munduk, we opted for a shared vehicle with an Austrian couple.

Already it does not allow not to be 2 + the driver, but to have the car full (Price of the day in transport: 400k Rp).

Starting from Ubud towards Ubud, we decided to make 2 stops:  the rice fields of Jatiluwih and the temple of Beratan .

We could also have stopped at a coffee plantation. But we didn’t for 2 reasons: we drink very little coffee, and we are very uncomfortable with Luwak coffee.

Let me explain: Luwak coffee is one of the best in Bali (apparently) and also one of the most expensive in the world, but do you know how it is produced?

These are civets, sorts of large rodents, which consume the cherries of the coffee tree, digest their pulp but not their cores, which are found in the excrement of the animal.

Then the kernels are cleaned, dried, and it makes good coffee! So in terms of animal exploitation we are very average on the Kopi Luwak!

So I skip my turn to encourage this (just like I spent my turn on excursions to Lovina to see dolphins, or swim with manta rays in Nusa Penida). I’m not perfect but I didn’t want to.

  • The rice fields of Jatiluwih : it’s an absolute hit, I loved walking in these rice fields! You can even cycle through them! Price: Rp 40k
  • Beratan Temple : This is a beautiful temple by the water. Price: 50k Rp. If possible add the Bali Botanical Garden which is not far away!

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Munduk in the North

Bali itinerary 2 weeks

Munduk is the best known of Bali’s mountain villages, set in beautiful  green hills .

Even if the village is quite small and located on the side of the road, walking around the area, you find yourself  in peace , and I liked it.

It’s not very hot, rather chilly in the evening, so the pool (unless it’s heated), isn’t much use. And then if you are too hot, you can always try to swim in a waterfall, there are plenty around Munduk.

The Munduk region is also known for its coffee plantations but also its cultivation of cloves, which mainly end up in cigarettes.

Hike to the 3 Waterfalls

The hike to the 3 waterfalls starts in the center of Munduk at the Taman Ayu Homestay, where you just have to take the small path. And then continue on the main path.

It’s not very well indicated but don’t panic!

We had read that there may be dogs, but we mostly saw hens and their chicks. A beautiful day of walking through the waterfalls (allow 4 hours even more time to return).

1.  Melanting Waterfall: a beautiful and high waterfall! 321 steps to go down (and up) 137 steps after to go to waterfall 2.

Melanting Waterfall, Bali itinerary

2.  Labuan Kebo Waterfall: a wide waterfall 170 steps to go to Labuan Kebo waterfall 10,000 Rp to pay to access each waterfall

Labuan Kebo Waterfall, 2 weeks in Bali

3. And to finish the Red Coral, and if you still have a little courage, go to the eco café a little further.

Accommodation in Munduk in North Bali

We come to Munduk for the hike, the waterfalls, and the visit of the region (and that’s great!), the town of Munduk is on the other hand a little disappointing and does not look like a small mountain village but is located on the side of the road.

Rather prefer accommodation in the center but with a very beautiful view:   Nadya Homestay /  Aris Homestay and Warung Made

The Island of Nusa Lembongan East of Bali

To get to Nusa Lembongan: taxi from Munduk to Sanur town (2h30 trip) for 500k Rp (booked with Munduk hotel), then boat from Sanur to Mushroom Bay beach in Nusa Lembongan for 200k Rp (booked with Lembongan hotel) then the transportation company will take you to your hotel.

The boat trip between Sanur and Nusa Lembongan lasts 45min and we went through the Marlin company. In Lembongan we collect seaweed, which once transformed, becomes an emulsifier to thicken ice cream.

We stayed near the beach of Jungutbatu and the island being small, we covered it a little  on foot , and sometimes by taxi to save time.

So we went to the Yellow Bridge which provides access to the tiny island of Nusa Ceningan. Returning to the west on Nusa Lembongan, you will discover the pretty beach of Dream Beach, and next to it the Devil’s Tear where the water bursts on the cliffs.

Be careful, don’t be like the Chinese tourists who risk their lives for the perfect selfie.

Nusa Lembongan

Accommodation in the island of Nusa Lembongan

Small island located east of Bali, we stayed in a very beautiful cottage at   Darsan Lembongan Boutique Cottage   (30€ per night at the last minute!), we like the outdoor bathroom, and the small path that takes us at the beach and at the “Deck” a place where there are plenty of very good restaurants!

Less than 10km from the airport, you have access to very large fine sandy beaches. Here we come to rest, surf, party, chill in the pool, and do a whole bunch of water activities.

At the end of your stay, it’s a perfect place before flying back (especially when you have an early flight like us). Avoid Kuta beach which does not always have a good reputation and is rather a big party spot, well, of course, it all depends on what you are looking for!

We tested the beach bars in Seminyak with the photo below with the poufs and the little red parasols, where you can caress the sand with your toes, drink a cocktail and admire the sunset at the same time.

And I can tell you that to end our stay in 2 weeks Bali itinerary, it was perfect! A good restaurant near our hotel that we tested: Mozzarella .

Legian - Bali best things to do

Some approximate prices for your stay in Bali itinerary

  • A bottle of water: between 10 and 12k Rp (or rather 15k Rp in a hotel)
  • A good breakfast: 50-60k Rp
  • A meal of Nasi Goreng (fried rice with chicken or seafood): 50k Rp
  • A Bintang beer in a bar: 30-50k Rp
  • One hotel night on average: 600k Rp (40€)

Accommodation in Legian in Bali

On the Legian and Seminyak side, there are plenty of accommodations! We were at the   Sol House Bali Legian , with a trendy and festive side (50€ per night – the most expensive of all our accommodations).

For those who want more calm (and a price of 20€ per night):   Adys Inn  or being by the sea (beautiful hotel):   Rama Residence Padma .

If you have more time you can go further north to Canggu.

Day 6-7: Sidemen, Rice Fields and Hikes

Sidemen - 2 weeks in Bali Itinerary

Sidemen is a beautiful village located in a valley covered with rice terraces. The atmosphere is really calm and rural, a real haven of peace.

In addition to walking around the village of Sidemen, you can explore the surroundings and go to the temple of Besakih for example.

Accommodation in Sidemen

Sidemen Valley has some of the most incredible bamboo houses in Bali and if you’re looking for an Instagrammable treehouse, you’ll be spoiled for choice.

Remote and romantic, they’re the perfect place for couples. If you book a stay at one of these, you’ll never want to leave. And I don’t blame you!

With views for days, a jungle setting, and a private pool,  Villa Veluvana   is one of the most luxurious places to stay in Sidemen.

Day 8-9: Amed, Beaches, Diving and View of the Agung Volcano

Amed is an increasingly popular destination in Bali.

This city is located on the eastern end of the island and there are superb beaches (yellow and black sand) and excellent diving spots.

Lipah Beach in Amed - 2 weeks in Bali Itinerary

As a bonus, you will have a breathtaking view of the Agung volcano which is the highest mountain in Bali.

Accommodation in Amed

Villa Di Amed :  This is where we stayed in Amed, and overall we really liked it. The room was comfortable and clean, they provided free breakfast, happy hour, and welcome drinks, and there was a small pool.

The staff were incredibly kind, but dare I say almost  too attentive?!

Solaluna Beach Homestay : With a beachfront location and a staff that makes you feel completely at home, this is a popular option with those who are looking for a budget stay and a more authentic experience. While the rooms are clean, they are quite basic. But after reading reviews, it’s clear most guests can’t find much (if anything) to complain about here!

De Adema Homestay : If you’re not bothered with basic facilities, this might be a great stay, as the rave reviews of the family who own this place speak for themselves. They can help organize local experiences, like joining a fisherman on his morning fishing trip.

Day 10-12: Canggu, Hippie Atmosphere and Beach Clubs


After these getaways in the middle of nature, we come back a little to civilization with a stay in Canggu. It’s a bit like the “Bohemian” region of Bali. There are many foreigners who have taken up residence there.

If you like surfing, you can enjoy it on Echo beach. The height of the waves is ideal if you are a beginner.

You will also find many super cool cafes and restaurants in Canggu with cute interior decorations. The kitchen is also great!

The other advantage of Canggu is its proximity to Seminyak where there are many beach clubs. If you like to party, you’ll love it! Do not miss the Finns or the Potato Head in particular.

You will find all my good addresses in this article on Canggu .

Accommodation in Canggu

Less a traditional hotel and more a surf, bike and yoga retreat,  The Chillhouse is a good place to stay in Canggu for those who are looking for a cool place to stay without having to drop too much dollar or sacrifice their comfort.

Wiras Village  is a relatively new kid on the block. More a B&B than a full service hotel, the rooms are spacious, nicely designed and offer excellent value for money.

It also boasts the benefit of a quiet location that’s minutes away from the beach and a short hop (or scoot) away from Canggu’s livelier spots around Batu Bolong.

Finns Beach Club Canggu- 2 weeks in Bali Itinerary

Day 13: Nusa Penida

Nusa Penida - 2 weeks in Bali Itinerary

Nusa Penida is a neighboring island to Bali and you can go there by boat from Sanur (30 minutes trip). You will see heavenly beaches there, including Kelingking Beach, which you can see in the photo above.

A good day should be enough for you to visit most places of interest on the island, but do not hesitate to spend the night there if you do not want to rush.

You will find all my advice on Nusa Penida here.

Accommodation in Nusa Penida

Ananta Bungalow  –  Value : The Ananta Bungalow is an awesome location right next to Crystal Bay, which is the best sunset beach on Nusa Penida and where the Manta Ray and snorkel trips launch off from. Basing yourself where you want to spend every sunset is a great idea. The beautiful bungalows have a thatched roof, terrace and combine the island life with modern facilities. The bungalows how WiFi and air conditioning. These are iconic looking bungalows and for less than $25 a night they really are the best value place to stay on Nusa Penida.

Semabu Hills Resort  –  Luxury : Semabu Hills is  definitely  the best pick of the luxury options. It has an epic infinity pool that looks out over the ocean, which is an amazing spot to relax after adventuring around the island. With breakfast included each morning and luxury rooms, this is the kind of place you treat yourself to as a family or a couple.

Hostel Nusa Penida – Economic : There’s always a good hostel when backpacking in Indonesia and on Nusa Penida, this is your pick. Hostel Nusa Penida has free WiFi, is in a good central location, which is close to most of the main attractions, beaches, and hikes. It’s clean, modern and the staff are legends.

Day 14-15: Uluwatu, Temple and Beaches

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For the last part of our 2 weeks Bali itinerary, we now go to the southern part of the island of Bali with the visit of Uluwatu.

There is the superb temple of Uluwatu where the traditional Kecak fire dance ceremony is celebrated at sunset.

The South of Bali is also the area of ​​the island where we find the most beautiful beaches.


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Accommodation in Uluwatu in the South of Bali

We originally booked 1 night at Uluwatu Breeze Village which we extended with an extra night. Favorite for this accommodation: pretty bungalows, superb breakfast (see below!), proximity to the beaches, and very quiet. Many restaurants and bars nearby. Price around 50€.

In the same style and a little higher you have the Bingin Welcome Guest House .  A little more expensive: the  Uluwatu Cottages  with an additional sea view.

If you are staying longer in Bali or visiting the island for the second time, there are still other unique places worth visiting. You can for example go to the seaside resort of Lovina which is located in the North of Bali.

You can also go to other nearby islands such as the Gili Islands or Nusa Lembongan .

How do you like our 2 weeks Bali itinerary?

If you have any questions, send them to me in the comments below. In general, I answer you in less than two days.

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