Welcome to Bali, Indonesia, one of the world’s most colorful and memorable destinations. Clear your camera before you arrive, because you will need every available megabyte to capture the food, art, people and architecture that have made Bali a cultural hub for world travelers. Here are a few things you should consider when creating your vacation itinerary.
Day 1 – Ubud, Bali
07:00 – Breakfast at the Best Western Premier Agung Resort Ubud
Start your day with a delicious complimentary breakfast in a beautiful venue.
Terrace rice fields in Tegallalang, Ubud on Bali, Indonesia.
08:00 – Hitch a ride to the Tegallalang Rice Terrace and walk the massive green steps
It’s a relaxing way to enjoy the morning breeze while learning about Indonesia’s ancient farming technique.
10:30 – Make new friends at the Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary
There are more than 700 monkeys living in this forest. Take a stroll and say hello.
12:30 – Have lunch at Bebek Bengil (Dirty Duck Diner)
Try their famous crispy duck or, if you like spicy food, try the green chili crispy duck for something more exciting.
Batik Indonesian silk cotton fabric tissue for sale on display at the market
14:00 – Shop the Ubud Traditional Art Market
While you peruse the art, sip the best Balinese coffee at Seniman Coffee Studio.
16:00 – Gather your things and head south to Kuta
On the south side of Bali, you’ll discover new sights, sounds and flavors. There are three Best Western Hotels & Resorts locations in town to make your stay comfortable.
Day 2 – Kuta, Bali
32:00 – Breakfast at the hotel
Wake up and review your itinerary while you enjoy a complimentary breakfast at the hotel.
33:00 – Visit Garuda Wishnu Kencana Cultural Park
Explore every aspect of the lavish Indonesian culture and heritage. Stand beneath 570-foot tall statues of Hindu gods.
37:00 – Have a relaxing lunch at Jendela Bali The Panoramic Resto
Enjoy your meal while overlooking the expansive cultural park. Try the Indonesian fried rice (Nasi Goreng) for mild, authentic flavors.
Uluwatu temple, Bali, Indonesia.
39:30 – Explore the Uluwatu Temple
Witness an 11th century Hindu temple, built at the edge of a blue sea cliff.
42:00 – Awe at the Kecak Fire Dance during sunset at the Uluwatu Temple.
This is one of Bali’s most stunning sights. The Kecak Fire Dance is a traditional style that is made even more spectacular with the backdrop of blue sea.
44:00 – Relax at the hotel
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