How (not) to behave in BALI

Preparing for your trip, you want to know how to behave in Bali? Look no further since, in this post, I’m preparing you for some culture clashes you should avoid on the so-called Island of Gods.

Lady placing an offering bowl at a temple.
Bali is a very traditional country – with a couple of rules you should follow, too.
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BALI – Indonesia ‘s Island of Gods

Bali, Indonesia ‘s island of Gods, is a mystical place. Temples, mountains, and beaches make a trip to Bali a journey into a magical world.

Dancers in Ubud on Bali, Indonesia 's Island of Gods
Balinese Dancers – the epitomy of beauty and grace.

Still, although Bali is safe and easy to travel, its infrastructure is not always convenient for solo-travellers.

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TRAWANGAN, MENO, or AIR – which island is for you?

While Gili Trawangan is rather for the party people, romantics’n’roamers find peace and quiet on the secluded islands Gili Meno and Air – but see for yourself which island is for you.

Beach on Gili Meno, located between the island of Trawangan and Gili Air.
All three Gilis pamper you with white sand, turquiose waters and a million-dollar-view.

And if you can’t decide, don’t worry: They are so close and well-connected that you can visit all three even in just one day.

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