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Where should I go for 4 days in Bali? – FAQ BaliFabulous

Hey back again with BaliFabulous Frequently Asked Questions I hope what I answer is useful for you going forward, let’s go to the questions!

Question :

Where should I go for 4 days in Bali?

Answer :

First Day (Half Day Tour)

To maximize your vacation time, buy tickets that will allow you to arrive in Bali during the day. After lunch and rest at the hotel, take a half day tour to places like Kuta Beach, Legian, Garuda Wisnu Kencana, Jimbaran, and Uluwatu. If you want to shop, there is the Kuta Art Market, Galeria Mall, as well as various shops and boutiques in Legian.

You can also try Balinese Betutu Chicken. Ayam Betutu Gilimanuk is one of the most popular restaurants that you can visit when you land in Bali.

The second day

The second day is a great time to visit a location that is somewhat remote but cool. You can visit the Ulun Danu Bedugul Temple and the Botanical Gardens in the beautiful Bedugul area. This botanical garden has a collection of beautiful flowers such as trumpets and rare orchids. You can eat at a nearby restaurant while enjoying the natural scenery.

From Bedugul, you can stop by the Candi Kuning Fruit Market to taste fresh fruits and buy Balinese snacks. You can also go straight to Tanah Lot to see a Kecak dance performance and the sunset. Tickets to watch this must be booked from the moment you depart.

The third day

Make Ubud and Kintamani the highlight of your short trip to Bali. Kintamani has beautiful natural scenery, as well as various restaurants and coffee shops. From here, you can head straight to Ubud to enjoy the beauty of Balinese art. Rudana Museum, Blanco Museum, Ubud Art Market, and various galleries you must visit to indulge the artistic soul.

Ubud also has a Monkey Forest, where you can walk around the forest area looking at the lying monkeys that are used to humans. However, always follow reality to avoid unwanted events.

The fourth day

Enjoy the natural beauty and cultural heritage of East Bali on your last day. If you don’t have time to go around, visit Taman Ujung Sukasada and Tirta Gangga (a rest and air park for the royal family), Tenganan Village (cultural village), and Virgin Beach which have recently become popular tourist destinations.

If you make an itinerary similar to the one above, it’s best if you go home the next day, not the same day. This is because the route to Ngurah Rai Airport during the holiday season is quite busy, especially in Kuta and Denpasar.

Now that’s all I can explain, hopefully what I have explained above can be understood by you and if you are still confused you can contact us below!

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