4 Simple Activities You Can Do in Bali, Indonesia on a Tight Budget

Whether it is your honeymoon, a dedicated nature trip, or simply a family vacation, Bali, Indonesia is a great place to spend your free time in. Known as a paradise on Earth, Bali deserves the world-wide fame it has now. Considering that most of the island is now commercialized, still, the island fought through the test of time and maintained some of its treasures.

However, if you’re one who’s on a budget, here are some things to do and see in Bali:


Bali has been known as a top destination for professional and beginner surfers since the 1930s. Since Bali has a lot of beaches to choose from, it’s easy for you to find a coach. There are surf shops that charges lesser than the standard price but guarantee that you’ll learn from a pro.


It’s a known fact that Indonesia is the most populated Islamic country, but the Hindu culture is at large here too. With templesa scattered all around the area, you’ll be getting this experience for free. In addition, you can learn more about Bali’s culture.


You can freely visit any of the volcanoes without having to spend any money. Or you can opt for a local tour guide who charges by the day. They can give you a breathtaking experience from some of the hidden secrets in the vicinity of every volcano you visit.


The best way to experience the country for free is visit the local Hindu temples, observe the people, and see the wildlife. This way you get to experience Bali without having to worry about your budget.

These are just some things you can do on tourist attractions in Bali, Indonesia. Overall, your budget shouldn’t be a hindrance if you want to enjoy and live your life to the fullest. If you have a little bit too spare on fun, then don’t hesitate to spend your money on that.

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