Bali’s Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary in Ubud is filled with hundreds of monkeys. Very, very cheeky monkeys. Several stands are dotted around the sanctuary allowing visitors to buy bananas to feed them. But beware, if you try and hide the bananas they will find them, and they will eat them…
You know that picture on the front of every travel guide ever made about Bali, the one on the swing at sunset? Sometimes called the swing at the end of the world. Well that’s in Gili, one of the most popular island in Indonesia.
Lovina, Bali, is filled with things to do. But firstly you’ve got to get there. From Canggu to Lovina it’s about a three hour journey which can be quite boring unless you stop along the way… but where?
What’s Bali famous for? Correct answer – surfing. They absolutely love to surf there, and have some pretty sweet spots for doing so. One of them being Canggu, a little surf town just north of Kuta.
Bali – beautiful, beautiful Bali. Filled with monkeys, temples and breathtaking sunsets. Your first stop? Definitely Kuta. Bali – beautiful, beautiful Bali. Filled with monkeys, temples and breathtaking sunsets. Your first stop? Definitely Kuta. It’s like the Bangkok of Thailand – the hub of shopping and nightlife, but slightly less crazy and definitely cleaner.