What would you do with only 3 days in Bali?

Bali - 3D2N ItineraryBali is ranked 5th in the world as one of the top islands of 2014 and it is one of the most popular island destinations in South East Asia. There’s no place like Bali. Its magical allure, enchanting culture and friendly locals keep people coming back for more. One can never get bored on this bountiful island and at times it might be a tad difficult to get the full Balinese experience, especially if you are only visiting Bali for a couple of days. Here is a 3D2N itinerary with the right balance of adventure and relaxation to help you plan for your next Balinese holiday:


Daytime Activity: Sacred Forest Monkey Sanctuary
Address: Jalan Monkey Forest, Ubud, Bali 80571, Indonesia
Contact No: +62 361 971304
Est. Duration: 2 hrs

Bali 3D2N Itinerary - Monkey SanctuaryGet up close and personal with the adorable long-tailed macaques at the Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary. The sanctuary houses three holy temples and over 600 long-tailed macaques. The real gem of the sanctuary (besides the cute little monkeys) is the Pura Dalem Agung Padangtegal a.k.a the Padangtegal Great Temple of Death; it has a real ‘Indiana Jones’ feel to it.

Dinner at: Naughty Nuri’s Warung & Grill

Address: Jalan Batubelig, #41, Kerobokan Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia 80361
Contact No: +62 361 8476722
Est. Duration: 2 hrs

Bali 3D2N Intinerary - Naughty NurisWhat is a trip to Bali without feasting on the mouth-watering meaty delicacies that can be found at Naughty Nuri’s Warung & Grill. Famous for its brutal martinis and amazingly finger-licking-good pork ribs, Naughty Nuri’s is one of the top 10 restaurants in Bali. Other must-try dishes are the Frenchified bebek goreng (crispy duck), seared sashimi-quality tuna and 200-day grain fed Black Angus steak.


day 2

Daytime Activity: Bali Eco & Educational Cycling Tour

Contact No: +361 97 5557
Est. Duration: Full Day 

Bali 3D2N Itinerary

A fun and unique way to discover the island’s breath-taking landscape, Bali Eco & Educational Cycling Tour takes you on a Balinese adventure on two wheels.  This tour takes you off the beaten track, showing you the less commercial side of Bali.  Also learn more about this amazing culture and the relationship the Balinese have with their beautiful island.

Dinner at: Locavore Restaurant
Address: Jalan Dewi Sita, Ubud, Balu, Indonesia
Contact No: +62 361 977733
Est. Duration: 2 hrs

Bali 3D2N Itinerary - Lacrove RestaurantAfter a whole day of cycling around the island, a hearty dinner is the ideal way to end the day. Lacavore Restaurant serves up an array of contemporary European cuisine prepared with fresh local ingredients; their menu celebrates the local farmers, fishermen and artisans. Yea you’re on a beach holiday but that doesn’t mean you can’t dress up for the night and treat yourself to a scrumptious night of fine dining.


day 3

Breakfast at: Three Monkeys Café

Address: Monkey Forest Road, Ubud, Bali
Contact No: +361 975554
Est. Duration: 1.5 hrs

The last day of a trip is always bitter sweet, so what do you do in Bali? You head down to Three Monkeys Café for an unforgettable breakfast. The setting for your last breakfast in Bali is a picturesque backdrop of a lush paddy field. Take your pick from the café selection of elegant breakfast parfaits, home baked pastries and specialty coffees.

Last Activity: Pura Taman Saraswati Temple
Est. Duration: 2 hrs

Bali 3D2N Itinerary - Pura Taman Saraswati TempleOne last stop before your Bali journey comes to an end, a visit to Pura Taman Saraswati Temple.  The temple is gracefully nestled in the middle of a beautiful lotus pond, a truly picturesque and Instagram worthy sight. The temple walls are embellished with intricate carvings honouring Dewi Saraswati, the goddess of wisdom and the arts. Truly an amazing way to end your trip to Bali.

So there you have it, a perfectly planned out 3D2N stay in Bali, happy travelling 🙂

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