Cheap Honeymoon Destinations: Bali (Part 3)


Bali is an increasingly popular tourist destination and is the best destination for people who are going to celebrate their honeymoons. Let’s be real for a minute, most of us splurge and spend most of our money on the wedding and the celebration itself. The honeymoon is usually a last-minute decision that people typically spend their honeymoon in a cheap hotel because they don’t have enough money to travel. But we got you covered, continue reading and learn about another popular and affordable destination for your honeymoon. Because your honeymoon is the only time when you get to spend all of your time with your partner because after that both of your ill get back to your routine and might not see each other as much as you want, this is why you want you to have a good honeymoon if even that’s on a budget.

When to visit Bali?


Bali is a province in Indonesia and has been a popular travel destination since the early 80s, and it is also a famous post for lovers because we can enjoy the sea and are always in a romantic mood there because the island has a disposition for sunshine and this is why it is such as loved destination. Because Bali is a tropical island, like most islands, it has only two seasons: the dry and rainy seasons. You can expect warm to hot temperatures year-round, and there is no real winter there and the best season to visit Bali is between April to October, which is during the dry season.

What to do there?



It is one of those places where you can get in touch with nature and go hiking, swimming, and surfing into the island’s warm waters. Bali is known for its idyllic beaches and is known for its soft white sand and limestone cliffs with azure blue water. Some of the most famous beaches you ought to visit when you go there are Kuta and Nusa Dua.

Festivals and traditions


If you are visiting Bali only for its beaches and sea, you are missing out on more spiritual and traditional cultural traditions. There are a lot of celebrations and festivals, and the locals will you in their celebrations and let you celebrate their cultures with them. You have to attend the Omed-Omedan festival, which is the perfect festival for young couples, also known as the kissing festival.



Bali mixes serenity and spirituality, and it is essential to know that the people who live in Bali are mostly Hindus. It is one of the meccas of yoga in Indonesia. Most houses in Bali have small temples inside them where religious Balinese people pray every day. Balinese Temples are popular tourist destinations and give tourists an insight into local culture and traditions. If you love aesthetics and this should, of course, be to appreciate the culture and not to appropriate it, the Balinese cultural traditional and religious celebration are meant for you.

The cuisine


Bali is a rich and fertile land, and it has a plethora of traditional recipes to die for and its own distinct cuisine. You can enjoy classic Balinese food; then you can find it both on the streets and in more high-end restaurants. You can even participate in a masterclass cooking class where you will learn how to prepare traditional dishes and enjoy them after you’ve made them. Because it is such a popular tourist destination, Bali also has many international restaurants that provide different types of cuisine, from French to Italian to Mexican to Indian. Some of the must-haves traditional Balinese delicacies are Babi Gulinng (Suckling pig), Mie Goreng (Stir-fried noodles), and even Pepes Ikan (Steamed Fish in Banana Leaf). If you have a sweet tooth like me, then you ought to try; Pisang Goreng (Banana fritters) and Bubur Injin, which is black rice pudding.

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