Press ESC to close

HOW TO TRAVEL BALI - 14 Days in Paradise

The narrator suggests taking it easy for the first day or two in either Seminyak or Canggu to recover from jet lag and enjoy the local food options. They recommend visiting Tanah Lot or a beach bar for a beautiful sunset. On day two, they suggest hanging out by the surf, visiting beginner or advanced surf spots, and experiencing the nightlife scene. Day three involves heading down to Uluwatu, exploring the beaches and visiting a day club like Omnia. On day four, the narrator suggests visiting Ubud for its lush rice terraces, waterfalls, and cultural experiences. Day five includes catching a sunrise at the Tagalalang Rice Fields and visiting Tirta Empul for Balinese culture and purification rituals. The video also highlights other activities and places to visit in Bali, such as visiting waterfalls, exploring the lesser-known region of Sedumin, and enjoying the friendly and safe atmosphere on the island. The itinerary also includes visiting the Gili Islands, Nusa Lembongan, Nusa Ceningan, and Nusa Penida, with recommendations for specific attractions on each island.  

00:00:00   In this section, the narrator recommends taking it easy for the first day or two in Bali to recover from jet lag. He suggests staying in either Seminyak or Canggu, with Canggu being his personal favorite. He also mentions the many food options available in these areas and recommends catching a beautiful Bali sunset on the first night. On day two, he suggests chilling and hanging out by the surf and gives recommendations for beginner and advanced surfers. He also suggests visiting Tanah Lot or one of his favorite beach bars for sunset. The narrator briefly mentions the nightlife scene in Seminyak and Canggu. On day three, he recommends heading down to Uluwatu, which he describes as the beach capital of mainland Bali. He mentions the beautiful beaches and suggests visiting a day club like Omnia. For sunset, he recommends visiting Kelingking Beach. On day four, the narrator recommends heading to Ubud and visiting the lush rice terraces and waterfalls in central and north Bali. He also suggests visiting the Monkey Forest and watching the sunset at the Kampuhan Ridge. On day five, he suggests waking up early and visiting the Tagalalang Rice Fields to catch the sunrise before it gets crowded. He also mentions Tirta Empul as a great spot to experience Balinese culture and purification rituals.


  • 00:05:00   In this section, the video discusses various activities and places to visit in Bali. It starts with a water purification experience and a visit to a popular waterfall for a photo opportunity. The video then suggests hiring a driver or tour guide to explore Bali and recommends a tour guide named Pancha. The itinerary includes visiting a waterfront temple, a golf course entrance for a photo, and a massive set of waterfalls called Sukum Pool. The video also mentions a lesser-known region called Sedumin, where travelers can experience local culture and visit attractions like Samsara Living, river rafting, and jewelry making with Agung Silver. The section ends with a reminder of the friendly and safe atmosphere on the island.
  • 00:10:00   In this section, the YouTuber provides a brief overview of how to travel in Bali for 14 days. They suggest starting off with boat trips to Gili Meno and Gili Air for snorkeling spots. On day 11, they recommend taking a fast boat to Nusa Lembongan, exploring the island by bike, and catching the sunset at Devil's Tear. Day 12 involves crossing the Yellow Bridge to Nusa Ceningan and visiting the Blue Lagoon and Mahana Point. On day 13, the YouTuber suggests heading to Nusa Penida to explore Angels Billabong, Broken Beach, and Kelingking Beach. Finally, on day 14, they recommend watching the sunrise at the Molen Tang Tree House and spending time at Diamond Beach before catching the last boat back to Bali.



John Smith

John Smith

Alice. 'Anything you like,'.