Dining and Shopping
Much has changed since the 1970s, when local warungs (cafes) were the only dining out options Bali could offer.
Today, Bali has embraced international cuisine. Restaurants specializing in cuisine from all over the world can give visitors to Bali a taste of home, or introduce others to new flavors, often in stunning surroundings. Prices are reasonable compared to what you would pay in the world’s major cities.
Italian, Balinese, Indonesian, Moroccan, Dutch, French, Japanese, Chinese and Greek: the choices seem endless, especially on the South area of the island, although this is quickly expanding to remote areas.
During your stay on Bali, you will never need to go hungry!
If you spend the last few days of your holiday in the South, you might consider combining some shopping with the wide choice of dining and night life experiences.
Clothing, furniture, interior decor items and artefacts, ceramics, souvenirs, silver and gold, and paintings are all available, and reasonably priced.
After shopping all day, there is nothing better than dining in one of Bali’s many delightful restaurants and cafes.
We have more than 20 years experience in guiding tourists on how to enjoy their Bali stay. According to your shopping and dining preferences, we would be happy to provide you with our recommendations.
For husbands who don’t want to go shopping and for exuberant kids who have energy to burn, there are terrific options available!
Pursuits for the adult male could include a day on the golf course, windsurfing, kite surfing, snorkelling or scuba diving, (with Bali Diving Academy – beginners to experienced levels), surfing, climbing, trekking, and white water rafting (beginners to experienced).
Parents will find there is much for children to do in Bali. Baby sitters are available!