Asia Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

  • How do you plan your trips?
  • Please help us learn by participating in a brief survey.
View all Asia activity »
  1. 1 Silk Road Tour - China
  2. 2 Vietnam visa debate
  3. 3 Japan Cherry Blossom time 2018
  4. 4 Transfers and hotel Hong Kong
  5. 5 Vietnam visa
  6. 6 Please help me to start planning a trip to Bhutan
  7. 7 Bye bye SE Asia
  8. 8 Thailand/Cambodia/Vietnam 3 weeks itinerary and visa help
  9. 9 Trip Report Googling to going...to Gujarat!
  10. 10 Purchasing Kamagawa Odori tickets?
  11. 11 Japan - 2 itineraries (7days)
  12. 12 India Tour Companies
  13. 13 Train to Sapa from Hanoi
  14. 14 Laos planning.
  15. 15 Japan rough itinerary
  16. 16 Pocket Wi-Fi Speeds (187.5 Mbps v. 75 Mbps)?
  17. 17 Hotel Claska vs. Prince Sakura Tower
  18. 18 sri lanka two places, two hotels
  19. 19 Can buy a JR Pass in Japan
  20. 20 Last Minute Bali Honeymoon
  21. 21 One night in Osaka
  22. 22 14 days Japan itinerary. First timers.
  23. 23 Japan - costs
  24. 24 Japan for Foodies
  25. 25 Planning Honeymoon to Thailand
View next 25 » Back to the top

where to stay in Bali

Jump to last reply

Hi, my fiancé & I are planning our honeymoon in Southeast Asia. We will be leaving just after Christmas & staying through New Years. Not sure exactly how long we will stay. Neither of us have been before. We are planning to do a 5 day cruise from Singapore to a couple of ports in Malaysia and Thailand before catching a flight to Bali.

My first question is regarding the travel. We are planning on leaving Dec 26th. The cruise leaves port around 5:30 or so on the evening of the 28th. Is it reasonable to expect we could make the trip from NC to Singapore in that timeframe, while allowing a buffer for possible delays? I've been to Europe & South America but never over to Asia so I don't really know what to expect.

My 2nd question is where to stay in Bali. We are an active couple, in our late 20s. We like a little bit of everything on our vacations: some time to relax on the beach, some fun active endeavors and some local culture. We would want access to good restaurants/places to grab drinks. No need for wild nightlight. And we would probably want to avoid any excessively tourist area.

From what little research I've done, I think we would want to stay in one of the beach areas (maybe Seminyak??) but we definitely want to make a trip to Ubud. We are probably in the middle budget range. Any advice would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!

Amber

8 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement