Travel Bali August 22, 2019 From Chiang Mai we took a flight to Bali with a quick layover in Bangkok. Sadly when we got to Bali our “luxury” vila we rented ended up being not what we expected. We stayed for just enough time to book a wonderful hotel just a few miles away. This was the biggest blessing in disguise. Hanging Gardens Of Bali was truly a remote jungle paradise. We ended up with one of the furthest villas that had lots of monkey visitors. The staff and food were wonderful as well. The only downside is that its a big mission getting from your villa to the reception area and then to Ubud city. We ended up going into Ubud everyday (about a 35 minute drive each way) via the hotels small shuttle car to each lunch and shop in the city and then come back to the hotel for dinner. Our favorite lunch spot in Ubud was Clear Cafe. We ended up going there 3 times and loved every meal!!!! Swings and Nests are set up all over Bali and are extremely touristy but make for some photos. We visited Aloha Ubud Enjoying a floating lunch in our villa…what a view!!!! We loved the main hotels pool pictured above but preferred to stay in our own pool and watch the monkeys in the trees. Bali is filled with tons of beautiful waterfalls but since its such a hassle driving we opted to only visit one. This is Leke Leke which is about 1.5 hours away. On one of our last days we visited KAVERI SPA which is located at The Udaya Resort. We enjoyed a couples massage and a beautiful flower bath. While Thailand is filled with rich history and stunning temples, I loved Bali the most. The people are kind, they are very eco friendly and the temperature is way less humid. I would definitely love to return!!! 2019Alexandra WingBaliTravel 2 Comments Share: alexandrawing You Might Also Like Ireland Itinerary October 2, 2016 FAIRMONT BANFF March 21, 2017 BANFF, CANADA May 23, 2016 2 Comments Reply Mack August 23, 2019 at 5:14 pm Looks so amazing! I would love to visit one day Reply HannahJoy Cagas August 26, 2019 at 4:52 pm This looks so stunning! I wonder what their off season is like and when that is?! Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.