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Here’s How I Traveled in Bali on $25 a Day | Travel and Leisure
Panoramic shot of Manta Bay or Kelingking Beach on Nusa Penida Island, Bali, Indonesia.

Here’s How I Traveled in Bali on $25 a Day | Travel and Leisure

Bali is often perceived as a beyond-bourgeois destination — a land of expansive resorts and expensive bills, a place where only the rich can enjoy the beaches and beautiful temples.

But I’m here to tell you that Bali can be done on a budget — and a budget of just $25 per day.

Allow me to explain: when my husband and I decided to visit Bali, we set a strict $50-a-day spending limit, which breaks down to just $25 per person. With a little discipline and a lot of research, we were able to stick to it, averaging just $43.67 per day between the two of us.

We visited Ubud, known for its lush rain forest and rice paddies, and Nusa Penida, an island with stunning beaches and cliff-side sights. We indulged in animal parks, massages, private tours, and more. In other words, our trip didn’t feel like a sacrifice — it just felt like a steal.

 

Source: Here’s How I Traveled in Bali on $25 a Day | Travel and Leisure

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