Bali

Living in Melbourne, despite being the most liveable city, is a place far far away from the rest of the world and to go anywhere overseas (other than New Zealand) will require at least 7 hours, or even up to 24+ hours. However, with Indonesia so close to our country, Bali has become one of my favourite destinations for a short holiday, not to mention how affordable it always is!

On my last trip to Bali, I stayed in Seminyak, the trendy hood as I was told. Some of the things you cannot miss in Bali/Seminyak have been captured, enjoy!

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If you are an early morning person, you cannot miss the amazing sunrises Bali has to offer. This sunrise was taken at Sanur Beach.

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If you are a coffee addict like me, make sure you visit Revolver Cafe. Coffee on a 35 degree day? no problems!

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If you feel lazy, just want to chill out and drink cocktails, visit one of the many beach clubs and you can easily end up spending 5 hours there… doing absolutely nothing feels great sometimes!

Some of the popular Beach Clubs in Seminyak include Potato Head Beach Club; W retreat & Spa; Ku De Ta

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Or you can walk a few steps and you are facing the ocean. High waves, strong winds, sandy feet didn’t keep us there long, but it was refreshing. OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAOLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAOLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

Food in Bali is simply amazing. Endless options that I wish I had 10 stomachs for!

Some of my favourites are Mamasan, Merah Putih, and SarongOLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAOLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAJust like their sunrises, you can’t leave Bali without a sunset experience, preferably with cocktails in hand. OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

Hope you enjoyed my mini-Bali guide! x

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