Warang Cahaya’s crispy pork rice with sambal matah is one of our all-time favourite things to eat in Bali.
This nondescript local eatery is as old school and local as you can get. It looks super unassuming but what do you know? It has one of Bali’s best local-style crispy pork rice!
This is one eatery we always return to over the years and we have never once been disappointed.
Relaxing in a luxurious tropical villa and lounging around its private poolside is not a dream but an affordable reality in Bali, Indonesia. You will be surprised that an overnight stay in a beautiful Bali villa costs no more than S$150 and that amount is half of what it typically costs for a staycation in Singapore and other metropolitan cities.
Be it a bachelorette party, a family vacation with kids or a honeymoon getaway, each spacious villa will be able to accommodate your various needs. Why limit yourself to a small hotel room when you can rent an entire private house at a wallet-friendly prices?
This is our guide to 7 private luxurious villas in Kuta where each villa costs no more than S$150 per night.
EatWell is a casual eatery among the many boutiques and restaurants along Jalan Basangkasa in Seminyak, Bali. Do be warned this is a place for meat lovers only as their menu specialises in a range of quality Australian steaks, pork dishes, and burgers that start from RP100,000/ S$10.
Popular among both locals and tourists, its no-frills concept focusing on affordable, yet delicious food adheres strictly to the restaurant’s slogan—to live well is to EatWell (eat well). Yes, happiness can be that simple. READ ON
It is no secret that Bali is home to some of the best cafes and restaurants. While we enjoyed visiting all the cafes that we have been to on our trip to Seminyak, one place that won all our hearts in an instant is NOOK, a gorgeous local eatery overlooking breathtaking views of the paddy fields.
What we love about NOOK is that the cafe is tucked away from the bustling Seminyak area, but still within walking distance to the main street. Escape from the crowd and enjoy some traditional Indonesian delights that do not lose out to those you will find in warungs. READ ON
Traveling to Bali is actually a lot cheaper than you think! It is not difficult to travel to Bali on a budget because you can get cheap air tickets via budget airlines, as well as plenty of options for affordable home stays listed on AirBnb.
We traveled to Ubud and spent less than S$280 in three days two nights per person. The amount includes round-trip plane tickets, return airport transfer, accommodation, activities and daily meals.
From riding a motorbike to dining at Anthony Bourdain’s favourite restaurant, we conquered 15 fun activities that you can do in Ubud during a long weekend. Here’s how you can travel to Ubud, Bali for a 3D2N Getaway with S$280 (all-inclusive).