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Bali – Rental bike, Ubud & Hinduism (Day 2)

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On the second day of my Bali trip, I visited Ubud and Tanah Lot. Also got a chance to have a glimpse of the Balinese Hindu culture. Thanks to Mr Dewa, our guide who is also a monk in Bali. He shared a lot of information about the culture and lifestyle of Balinese people. I found there are a lot of similarities between Indian and Balinese culture.

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Ubud

Once an offbeat tourist destination in Bali, Ubud is gaining popularity. This place is for those looking solitude in a natural environment. In the quick visit to Ubud, Mr Dewa took us to Pulina Bali coffee plantation. You can get a panoramic view of the terraced paddy fields, which have gained recognition from UNESCO because of its uniqueness. I also visited the Ubud market after that.

Tanah Lot

In the evening I visited the famous Hindu temple of Tanah Lot. It is a major tourist spot in Bali thus can be found in almost every tourist’s checklist. It is said that the sunset view from Tanah lot should not be missed. Although I found there are many other places in Bali which offer a better view of Sunset. So for me, this place looks quite overrated.

Check my 5-day Bali itinerary

Bike rentals in Bali

In this video, I have also shared information on how to rent a bike in Bali. I approached two bike rental agencies in Ubud (Monkey forest road) and found that a 110 cc Honda Vario is available for 70,000 Rupiah for 24 hours. The rent may vary from agency to agency.

  1. Documents needed to rent a bike in Bali
  2. Passport Number
  3. Driving Licence number (International driving license not necessary)
    Money to be paid in advance

In this video, I have also shared the tariff of Anvaya Beach Resort, the place where I stayed in Bali. You will also learn about the famous Batik art of Bali and something about Luwak coffee, which is processed with the help of an animal.

My other travel video series

Hitchhiking in Russia – 2017

Hitchhiking in Malaysia – 2017

A trip to the offbeat Himalayas:  Spiti – India – 2017

Hitchhiking in Thailand – 2017

Hitchhiking in Austria- 2016

Hitchhiking in Czechia- 2016

1 comment

Shubh Kapoor December 26, 2017 - 1:03 pm

Hello,

Please tell me that whether i have to show my account statement to visit Malaysia and Bali (Indonesia) and also please tell me how much indian rupees required for only food and sight seeing for Malaysia and Bali, please help me…….

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