3 Days Itinerary & Estimated Expense in Bali Indonesia

Saturday, February 28, 2015

Walk with Cham's 3-Day Bali Itinerary

Bali in three days

I went to Bali to experience its tradition, nature, tourist spots, Ketut Liyer and some beach chilling. So for those of you who only have three days to spare and have the same interests and goals as mine you might find my Bali itinerary useful.


Day 1
We traveled via Cebu Pacific which means that the only flight going to Bali is at 4:00 am (arrival at 8:00 am) so to be able to utilize the time we had we went to Besakih Temple and Tirta Empul which were three hours away from our villa. It was a good opportunity for us to rest while inside our van. We settled on visiting only two spots as we wanted to rest early to prepare ourselves for the coming days.

Day 1

8:00 am          Arrival at Bali from Manila
9:00 am          Check in at Aurora Villa
10:00 am        Travel from Aurora Villa to Besakih Temple
12:00 nn         Besakih Temple
2:00 pm          Lunch    
3:00 pm          Tirta Empul Temple
6:00 pm          Arrival at Villa / Dinner / Rest

Day 2
It was a jam-packed day for us. All day Ubud tour- Ketut Liyer, Goa Gajah, Babi Guling, Tegallalang Rice Fields, Coffee Tasting, Ubud Monkey Forest and Ubud Art Market. We ended the day by catching the sunset at Uluwatu Temple.


Day 2

7:00 am         Breakfast at Aurora Villa
9:00 am         Palm Reading with Ketut Liyer
11:00 am       Goa Rajah
12:00 nn        Lunch at Babi Guling Ibu Oka
1:00 pm         Tegallalang Rice Terraces
2:00 pm         Coffee Tasting
3:00 pm         Ubud Monkey Forest
4:00 pm         Ubud Art Market
6:30 pm         Uluwatu Temple
8:00 pm         Dinner
9:00 pm         Rest at Villa

Day 3
Our third day was more relaxed. Spent our morning at Batu Bolong Temple and the whole afternoon at Seminyak Beach. We capped the day by having a much needed home service Balinese massage.

Day 3

11:00 am      Batu Bolong Temple
11:00 nn       Seminyak & Kuta Beach
6:00 pm        Dinner  
7:00 pm        Balinese Massage/ Rest   

Day 4
8:00 am      Departure from Bali-Manila


My Bali Actual Individual Expense
Over all I only spent Php 20,000 maximum on the entire trip - including airfare and travel tax! It was mainly because we didn't shed money on accommodation. Though you can find a lot of cheap ones in Bali and I recommend staying at Ubud area.



Hope you find my Bali Itinerary useful. For additional inputs feel free to comment below :) xoxo


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17 comments

  1. Replies
    1. Danna May RodriguezOctober 28, 2015 at 5:01 PM

      Hi. san po kau nagpapalit ng ringgit? ringgit po ba lahat ang ginamit nyo or ok din ang USD sa kanila? Thanks

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    2. Danna May RodriguezOctober 28, 2015 at 5:02 PM

      sorry, what I meant was rupiah.. :)

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    3. There are many money changers around Bali, usually you can find at any convenience stores. For us we had USD then changed it to rupiah :)

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  2. Hello Cham! Found your blog while I was searching for more recent bali expenses post :) Just a question in your expenses chart, is it really Bhat or do you mean Indonesian Rupiah?

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    1. Hi Milet! Sorry that's Rupiah. My bad :)

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  3. Hi just want to ask where did you rent the van and who arrange the tours? Thank you so much

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  4. Hi just want to ask where did you rent the van and who arrange the tours? Thank you so much

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    1. contact www.anggunbalitours.com.
      You can also read http://www.walkwithcham.com/2015/01/from-manila-philippines-to-bali.html

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  5. Hello miss Cham my name is Rosemarie. I would like to ask how many money should I bring as a pocket money for a tour in bali indonesia? Thanks

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    1. I think 20k would be okay including accommodation (excluding airfare)

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  6. Very helpful! Question, how much cash did you initially bring while you were about to board? Naka-USD na? I'm planning kasi to bring 200 USD cash for the first day and the rest sa card/ATM withdrawal na lang. Thoughts? Thanks :)

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  7. Bali is such a great place to spend your holidays! We visited this island with package tour via http://7.holiday/. Really recommend to visit monkey forest and Tanah Lot for first time travelers to Bali) Thanks for sharing.

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