Bali is a tiny island in Indonesia, a place of magic and mystical elegance. Bali is a perfect paradise for honeymooners known for its lush trees, live volcanoes, serene beaches, classic rice terraces, and ethereal elegance. Bali and its tourism are primarily supported as an archway for romantic getaways and lovers from all over the world always have tourist attractions of Bali on their bucket list. This hidden gem of culture and history, full of white sandy beaches, entices visitors of all sort to explore its every corner. So go to this beautiful destination on a honeymoon tour, and have a fantastic experience like never before! Check out this itinerary on how to spend 2 days in Bali on your vacation and I’m definitely sure you’ll experience the best of Bali in these 2 days. Check out this well planned Bali travel guide to make your journey memorable:


Take your flight from your departure city and reach Ngurah Rai International Airport. Check in to your hotel and rest in your hotel room in Kuta.

Day 1

Mount Agung is the highest point of Bali and must not be overlooked during a holiday to Bali. Bali’s spiritual hub provides spectacular views of the wonders of the natural world. Most of this summit is covered by clouds and dreams which make the view dreamy and lovely. It draws pictures from all around the country. A perfect location for photography. There can also be played with outdoor sports, including cycling and climbing. Also, you can visit the Blahmantung Waterfallsclose to Mount Agung. One amongst Bali Indonesia’s best waterfalls, also recognized as the Pupuan waterfall, is breathtaking. It is one of the best places to visit in Bali all around the year. The water cascades from a 100 m height. Blahmantung is a series of three cascades. The first and second cascades are close by, in a refuge. In the center of the park, facing the irrigation dam is the third waterfall.


Ubud in Bali is a spot that probably should be included with Bali for couples, as couples on a honeymoon in Bali will have a lot to share in this place. Ubud describes this place’s real culture and customs. Sites like the temple Tirta Empul, Amed Beach, Waterfalls Tegenungan, Ubud Art Store, Tanah Lot Temple can be visited. You will experience the dance show Barong and Keris, which reflects Bali culture. You can also visit the markets nearby and buy souvenirs that you can take back home. No wonder, it is part of every travel guide to Bali.

Drive on to nearby Jimbaran Bay for fantastic cuisine, in particular at the seafood restaurants. Travelers can take their feet in the sand when sitting outside and enjoy delicious seafood at the specially arranged candle-lit tables. And as a bonus, the region is home to western dance and live music making it a vital part of the travel guide for Bali.

Day 2

Kuta Beach a few minutes from your stay. Kuta is more relaxed at night, but there are few people who can jog or chill in the white sand. It’s a busy and lively spot in the evening. There are also other beaches to cycle along, Legian and Seminyak. The perfect initial breakfast along Kuta road from traditional Balinese cuisine to European recipes will not be difficult to find. The Bali underwater scooter is one of the most popular ways to explore the wonders of the oceans. As in a boat to ride underwater, it is your own underwater scooter with handlebars. Only slide the handlebar in the right direction and click the deeper keys, or switch quicker. The headgear is easily transparent so you can obviously see anything as you reach the deeper reefs.


Seminyak and Petitenget are its highly-professional neighbors within walking distance of Kuta, with top world-class restaurants and stores. Enjoy a little shopping for exclusive luxury items before refreshing your stomach with the tasty delicacies in the city and then savor the beautiful restaurants on the outside. Don’t miss out to visit La Lucciola in Petitenget for beach-side dining in the Balinese style. Head towards Sardine for fresh seafood with fine recipes.

If you’re on a honeymoon vacation to Bali or a vacation, without a visit to the temple of Pura Tanah Lot your vacation in Bali will not be complete. The location of the shrine is fitting and its location is charmed by the natural scenery surrounding this temple. The temple is a picturesque location with extraordinary architecture and a very fascinating tale behind the temple building on the hill. It is one of the must-visit places and a vital part of the Bali Indonesia travel guide.

Late Night-

The Laughing Buddha Bar in Ubud, is one place where innovative youth-life emanates through music and dance, is the location of visitors who still have the desire to make Balinese evenings happen. The bar holds numerous activities, including nights of dance and acoustic evenings.

Check out from your hotel and take your flight from Ngurah Rai International Airport. Take back home a bag full of happy memories.

What’s next?

Now you know what to do and how to travel in Bali, you can book your tour with utmost enthusiasm. Excited about planning your vacation already? Check out some of the best Bali holiday packages with reputed tour guides and craft the itinerary online with the top highlights of Bali. Reasons outnumbered for you to travel to this mesmerizing destination! Pack your bags and happy traveling! If you are looking for best places to visit near Bali then don’t forget to check our Australia travel guide.