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Ultimate 2-week Bali Itinerary – What to see and do

by Steph

If you’re planning a 2-week Bali itinerary, you’ll be spoilt with endless rice paddies and epic waterfalls, towering mountains and volcanoes, white-sand beaches, and T-Rex shaped cliffs!

It’s no secret that Bali has been hit pretty hard by mass tourism lately and it can be challenging to find a more authentic side of Bali that’s not overrun by tourists. This is where my 2-week Bali itinerary comes into play!  

Since I always try to steer clear of overly-touristy attractions, I did my best to create an itinerary that includes a few underrated places to visit in Bali (so, no Kuta or Seminyak here).  

While this guide to spending 2 weeks in Bali also includes some popular must-see attractions, I’ll share a few practical tips to help you beat the crowds and save some money while you’re at it. 

So, keep reading if you want to know how to spend two weeks in Bali! 

Rice fields in Sidemen Valley, a must-visit during any 2-week Bali Itinerary
Rice fields in Sidemen, Bali

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Table of Contents

How to spend 2 weeks in Bali? 

  • Day 1-3: Bedugul and North Bali
  • Day 4-7: Ubud and Sidemen
  • Day 8-11: Nusa Islands
  • Day 12-14: Uluwatu

Day 1 – Travel to Bedugul 

Start your 2-week Bali itinerary in Bedugul, a small and quiet village situated in the northern central part of Bali. It’s the perfect place to base yourself if you want to experience a more authentic side of Bali but still be close to some of its most spectacular waterfalls! 

I recommend that you book a taxi in advance as those at the airport are usually more expensive. Although you can book your taxi on Klook, I was able to haggle and got a better deal through my accommodation and paid only IDR 450k. 

Book your airport transfer here

View from Pondok Nyoman Guesthouse in Bedugul, Bali
The view from my balcony at Pondok Nyoman Guesthouse

Once you arrive in Bedugul, check into Pondok Nyoman Guesthouse, one of the cheapest and most beautiful accommodations I’ve ever stayed in Bali! The rooms are very spacious with a private balcony overlooking the pool and rice fields and costs only US$ 25 per night including breakfast! And the best part: you can even enjoy a beautiful sunset right from the balcony! 

Check prices and availability for Pondok Nyoman Guesthouse here 

Take it easy on the first day of your Bali itinerary by either relaxing by the pool or walking around Bedugul village to enjoy the local atmosphere and sweeping views over the rice terraces. You can also find a few restaurants and convenience stores just a few meters from Pondok Nyoman. 

Infinity pool at Pondok Nyoman Guesthouse
The infinity pool at Pondok Nyoman Guesthouse!

Day 2 – Explore North Bali Waterfalls 

Bali has some of the most spectacular waterfalls and today is about exploring the North Bali waterfalls. You can rent a scooter for about IDR 60k (US$ 4.30) or a private taxi for about IDR 500k (US$ 35.80).  

To save time, I recommend that you start your waterfall hunting day in this order: 

Git Git Waterfalls

There are actually three separate waterfalls here, a twin waterfall inside a small canyon, a bigger one with swings and nest-like structures for photoshoots, and a smaller one. Click here for the exact location of Git Git waterfall.

Entrance fee: IDR 20k or US$ 1.40 

Git Git Waterfall is a must on any 2-week Bali itinerary
Git Git Waterfall: Make sure to not miss it when spending 2 weeks in Bali!

Jembong Waterfall  

Jembong waterfall is a small but powerful waterfall set in the middle of a beautiful tropical garden. You can even zip line your way down for an additional fee!  

Entrance fee: IDR 25k or US$ 1.80 

Banyu Wana Amertha Waterfalls 

You’ll find three amazing waterfalls at Banyu Wana Amertha (or four if you’re visiting during the rainy season). Walk along a path surrounded by colorful flowers until you reach a sign pointing to each waterfall.  

The path on the left leads to Bwa waterfall with water literally bursting out of the rock wall. If you follow the path on the right, you’ll find the twin waterfalls and the massive spray waterfall which will definitely send mists all over you as you get closer!  

Entrance fee: IDR 30k or US$ 2.15 

Girl walking towards Spray Waterfall at Banyu Wana Amertha Waterfall
Spray Waterfall at Banyu Wana Amertha Waterfalls

Related post: Banyu Wana Amertha Waterfall guide

Wanagiri Pucak Manik Waterfalls  

These waterfalls were slightly more expensive to visit but spectacular nonetheless. Walk down a set of steep stairs for about 15-20 minutes until you reach these two stunning waterfalls! If you’re visiting during the rainy season, you find a third waterfall as well. 

Entrance fee: IDR 50k or US$ 3.60 

Pucak Manik Waterfall
Pucak Manik Waterfalls

Banyumala Twin Waterfalls  

It may not be the easiest waterfall to get to but once you reach Banyumala Twin Waterfalls, you won’t regret the extra sweat and pain! The path leading to the parking lot is full of potholes, so it’s safer to hire a taxi to get there.  

After a short but steep 15 minutes’ hike, you’ll reach one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Bali!

Tip: Make sure you explore further away from the main area to uncover other hidden waterfalls.  

Entrance fee: IDR 30k or US$ 2.10 

Banyuwala Twin Waterfall Bali
Banyuwala Twin Waterfalls

Related post: How to visit Banyumala Twin Waterfalls?

Munduk Waterfall 

If you have extra time left, I recommend making a stop at Munduk Waterfall. A short 15 minutes hike is required to reach the towering waterfall flanked by cascading vines.  

If you go back to the ticket booth and make your way to the right, you’ll find the Golden Valley waterfall about 20 minutes away. 

Entrance fee: IDR 20k or US$ 1.40 

Related post: 15 gorgeous waterfalls to visit in Bali

Day 3 – Jatiluwih Rice Terraces 

If you’re spending 2 weeks in Bali, one thing you absolutely can’t miss is visiting the incredible Jatiluwih Rice Terraces! Located only about 30 minutes from Bedugul, Jatiluwih is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is one of the biggest rice terraces in Bali

Dotted with palm trees and small Warungs selling fresh coconuts, Jatiluwih rice terraces is the ultimate spot for hiking or just a leisurely walk without the crowds. 

For only IDR 40k (US$ 2.85), you can spend the whole day walking along the different trekking routes. The paths are mostly flat and well-marked, so there’s no risk of getting lost. It’s definitely a must-see on any two-week Bali itinerary!

The official opening hours are between 8.30 a.m and 6 p.m but you can also get there much earlier. 

Jatiluwih Rice Terraces in North Bali
Jatiluwih Rice Terraces

Related post: Guide to 7 most beautiful rice fields in Bali 

Day 4 – Travel to Ubud and visit Campuhan Ridge Walk 

On day 4 of your two weeks in Bali, travel to Ubud, the cultural heart of Bali. Home to art markets, trendy cafes, yoga studios, and hidden rice paddies, Ubud is one of the best places to visit during your 2-week Bali itinerary! 

The drive from Bedugul takes roughly 1.5-2 hours and costs about IDR 300k (US$ 21.25).  

Spend your first day in Ubud by taking a yoga class at Ubud Yoga House (Mondays to Saturdays) or Yoga Saraswati (daily), both offer classes accessible to all levels. The price for a yoga session starts from IDR 75k (US$ 5.40). 

Finally, head out for a sunset stroll at the Campuhan Ridge walk which is found along a path right after Warwick Ibah Luxury Villas and Spa. Since it’s one of the most popular attractions in Ubud, it can get crowded. But, if you keep walking past Karsa Kafé, you won’t find too many people and you’ll come across one of the most beautiful rice paddies!

Rice field views from Karsa Cafe at Campuhan Ridge Walk
Rice fields at the end of Campuhan Ridge Walk

Where to stay in Ubud? 

Alam Pangkung  

Alam Pangkung is the best option if you want to stay close to the main attractions in Ubud. While the hotel is located on a busy street, it was very quiet at night. Each room features a large double bed, air conditioning, private bathroom, Wi-Fi and free breakfast for only about US$ 15 per night. 

Check prices and availability for Alam Pangkung here

Tanggal Merah Guesthouse  

Tanggal Merah Guesthouse is located about a 10 minutes’ walk from Ubud center. For less than US$ 20, you can get a spacious room with a private bathroom, air conditioning, Wi-Fi, and free breakfast.  

Check prices and availability for Tanggal Merah Guesthouse here

Day 5 – Downtown Ubud: Temples and Art Markets 

It’s now time to explore downtown Ubud. Most of the popular tourist attractions are located within walking distance, except for the Monkey forest which is found a bit further away. 

Ubud Art Market 

If you want to taste some delicious Balinese cakes, visit the Ubud market first thing in the morning (6-7 a.m). You can also find fresh produce here but only if you go early.  

From 9 a.m, everything will be gone and you’ll find a tourist market with vendors selling souvenirs, clothes, and the famous rattan handbags. Prices are usually inflated and you should always haggle to score the cheapest deals. 

Rattan handbags and souvenirs at the Ubud Art Market
A visit to the Ubud Art Market is a must on any Bali itinerary!

Ubud Palace  

Next, make your way to the Ubud Palace or Puri Saren Agung which is totally free to visit. There’s not much to do here apart from taking photos. Get there as soon as it opens at 9 a.m to avoid the crowds. 

Ubud Palace is a must when spending 2 weeks in Bali
Ubud Palace

Pura Saraswati Temple  

Hidden behind the Lotus Café and Starbucks is Pura Saraswati, one of the main temples in Ubud.  The most prominent feature of the temple is the lotus pond.

There is a small alley leading to the temple but, unfortunately, tourists are not allowed to visit the inside. Since the Saraswati Temple is free to visit, you should definitely add it to your Bali itinerary. 

Saraswati Temple in Ubud
Pura Saraswati Temple

Ubud Monkey Forest 

After a quick lunch, hop on a Gojek or Grab (IDR 6k or US$ 0.45) to the Ubud Sacred Monkey Forest. While the monkeys might seem cute, they can be aggressive at times, so make sure you hold on to your belongings and avoid looking them in the eyes.  

Apart from the monkeys, there’s a lot more to see such as a temple, open stage, holy hot spring, and more. You can easily spend 1-2 hours strolling around at your own pace.  

The Monkey forest is open daily from 8.30 a.m to 6 p.m and the last ticket sale is at 5.30 p.m. Entrance fee is IDR 80k (US$ 5.70) for adults and IDR 50k (US$ 3.60) for children. 

Subak Juwuk Manis Rice Fields 

For sunset, make your way to Subak Juwuk Manis rice fields. Located down a small alley not too far from the Saraswati temple, the path is surrounded by coconut trees and leads to some of the most beautiful and peaceful rice paddies in Ubud. 

Coconut tree lane at Subak Juwuk Manis rice fields
Subak Juwuk Manis rice fields

Day 6 – Explore the waterfalls near Ubud 

You can’t spend 2 weeks in Bali without going on another waterfall hunting adventure! This time, you’ll be visiting the waterfalls near Ubud. Although Tegenungan is one of the most famous waterfalls in the area, I decided to skip it since it’s very touristy. Here are the waterfalls that I recommend visiting instead:

 Tukad Cepung Waterfall

Start off with Tukad Cepung waterfall which is situated about one hour from Ubud center. Set inside a cave, a 20 minutes hike down a set of stairs and through an ankle-deep river is required to get to Tukad Cepung.

Entrance fee: IDR 15k or US$ 1.10 

Dusun Kuning (Yellow Waterfall)  

Dusun Kuning (click here for the exact location) is one of the lesser-known waterfalls to add to your Bali itinerary! The 20-meter waterfall flows into a small pool, perfect for cooling off! 

Entrance fee: IDR 15k or US$ 1.10 

Related post: How to get to Dusun Kuning Waterfall?

Goa Rang Reng Waterfall 

About 25 minutes away, you’ll come across Goa Rang Reng waterfall. If you want to visit the other waterfalls within Goa Rang Reng, you’ll have to hire a guide. If you’re short of time, you can skip this one as it’s not that impressive. 

Entrance fee: IDR 15k or US$ 1.10 

Tibumana Waterfall 

As you get closer to Tibumana waterfall, you’ll pass some gorgeous rice fields. After paying the entrance fee, a short hike along a winding path surrounded by colorful tropical plants will take you to Tibumana. 

Entrance fee: IDR 15k or US$ 1.10 

Pengibul Waterfall  

Located within the same area as Tibumana, Pengibul waterfall seems to be off the tourist radar. The area is well-maintained with concrete stairs and it takes only about 15 minutes to get to the waterfall. 

The amazing Pengibul Waterfall Bali
Pengibul Waterfall

Day 7 – Tegalalang Rice Terraces and Sidemen Valley 

Tegalalang Rice Terraces  

Arguably one of the most popular rice terraces in Bali, Tegalalang is the perfect day trip from Ubud.

For the best experience, try to get to Tegalalang at around 6.30 a.m. You can thus skip the crowds and entrance fee, although you might have to give a small donation to get to certain parts of the rice terraces.  

Due to its small size, it should take about one hour to explore the rice fields. 

Shops lining the Tegalalang Rice Terraces in Ubud
Tegalalang Rice Terraces in Bali

Sidemen Valley Rice Fields  

The beautiful rice paddies of Sidemen Valley are located in the Karangasem Regency, in East Bali. The good news that it’s not affected by mass tourism unlike the rest of Bali. The village has an authentic and local feel and is the perfect place to recharge during your 2-week Bali itinerary. 

While trekking in Sidemen you’ll encounter lush rice paddies, tropical forests, and waterfalls with the majestic Mount Agung in the backdrop.  

I highly recommend that you hire a guide through Sidemen Tour and Trekking to avoid getting lost. Your guide will show you exactly where to step while trekking between the rice paddies and even teach you some basics of the traditional Subak irrigation system.   

The Best Rice Fields In Bali
Sidemen Valley Rice Fields

Related post: Ultimate guide to 3 days in Ubud 

Day 8 – Travel to Nusa Lembongan 

Located less than 45 minutes from Bali, Nusa Lembongan is the perfect definition of a remote beach paradise. Don’t be fooled by its small size, Nusa Lembongan packs quite a bit in terms of attractions and it’s the perfect place to base yourself if you want to explore the neighboring islands of Nusa Ceningan and Nusa Penida!  

Expect pristine beaches, scenic lookout points, mangrove forests, tide pools, and epic blowholes on Nusa Lembongan! There’s absolutely no way you can skip Nusa Lembongan if you’re spending 2 weeks in Bali!

To get to Nusa Lembongan, take a taxi from Ubud to Sanur (IDR 300k or US$ 21.45) followed by a fast boat (IDR 500k or US$ 35.80). I recommend booking with Rocky Fast Cruise since they are very reliable and offer free transfers from different areas in Bali and to your accommodation on Nusa Lembongan as well. 

After checking into your hotel, head out to Pantai Mahagiri or Jungut Batu beach to explore for a bit and watch the sunset. 

Nusa Lembongan Bali Indonesia
Nusa Lembongan

Where to stay in Nusa Lembongan? 

Kawans Inn 

If you’re on a budget, Kawans Inn will set you back only about US$ 20! Each room has a large double bed, private bathroom, mini-fridge, air-conditioning, and a private patio! If you’re traveling with a group, you can book a family room with a private pool! 

Check prices and availability for Kawans Inn here 

Day 9 – Explore Nusa Lembongan 

For a full day of exploration, rent a scooter for about IDR 70k (US$ 5). It’s the best way to get around since there’s no public transportation on the island. 

Mangrove Forest 

Rent a kayak or a private boat to explore the Mangrove Forest. If you’re hungry, you’ll find a wide selection of restaurants or warungs here.  

Beach Hopping 

One of the best things to do in Nusa Lembongan is, obviously, beach hopping! The most popular beach on Nusa Lembongan is Dream Beach which is surrounded by jagged cliffs and caves. Other beaches worth visiting include Mushroom Bay and Sandy Bay. 

View of Dream Beach from above the cliffs
Dream Beach

Panorama Point 

For the best views of Nusa Lembongan (and Mount Agung on a clear day) make your way to Panorama Point.  

Panorama Point on Nusa Lembongan
Panorama Point on Nusa Lembongan, Bali

Devil’s Tear 

One thing you can’t miss on your Bali itinerary is visiting the Devil’s Tear. The massive waves and the red and orange hue reflecting on the tide pools make it one of the most spectacular attractions on the island!

Tip: If you want to know about a secret spot at Devil’s Tear, click here.   

Devil's Tear at Sunset
Devil’s Tear during sunset

Related post: Ultimate Nusa Lembongan travel guide 

Day 10 – Snorkel with Manta Rays and visit Nusa Ceningan 

On day 10, book a snorkeling tour which can be found pretty much everywhere on Nusa Lembongan. The tour will last for about 3 hours with different stops on Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Penida where you can spot the giant Manta Rays!

Armed with my bargaining skills, I was able to book a half-day snorkeling tour for only IDR 140k (US$ 10)! 

Next stop on this 2-week Bali itinerary is the breathtaking Nusa Ceningan which is actually one of my favorite Nusa Islands. Here are some of the best things to do in Nusa Ceningan: 

Yellow Bridge 

Nusa Ceningan is connected to Lembongan by the iconic Yellow Bridge. The contrast of the yellow bridge against the turquoise water makes for excellent photo opportunities! The bridge is very narrow, so make sure you’re careful when crossing the bridge. 

Yellow Bridge on Nusa Ceningan
The yellow bridge on Nusa Ceningan

Ceningan Cliff 

If you’ve worked up an appetite after your snorkeling tour, make your way to Ceningan Cliff restaurant. While the road leading there isn’t the best, it makes up for its sweeping views over the bright blue water and Nusa Penida! 

View of wooden benches and swings at Ceningan Cliff Restaurant
Panoramic views from Ceningan Cliffs

Secret Point Beach 

This private beach is owned by Villa Trevally and thus to access it, you’ll have to spend money at the hotel restaurant. If you’re on a budget but still want to see the beach, keep going straight ahead until you reach a small dirt road that leads to several viewpoints overlooking the beach. 

Secretbeach viewpoint on nusa ceningan bali
Secret Point Beach

Mahana Point  

Feeling adventurous? Starting from IDR 25k (US$ 1.80), you can jump off the cliff at Mahana Point or rent a surfboard to catch some waves. 

Blue Lagoon 

The jaw-dropping Blue Lagoon is a must during sunset and looks unreal with milky-blue water! 

Clear blue water at the Blu Lagoon, Nusa Ceningan
Blue Lagoon

Related post: 8 things you must do in Nusa Ceningan 

Day 11 – Day trip to Nusa Penida 

On day 11 of your Bali 2-week itinerary, spend the day on Nusa Penida, famous for its spectacular viewpoints, white-sand beaches, and unusually shaped cliffs. I booked a tour with Nusa Penida Trip for IDR 1,100k (US$ 76.90) which included a boat transfer from Nusa Lembongan, private driver, entrance fees, and lunch. 

Kelingking Beach 

Shaped like a T-Rex, Kelingking beach is without a doubt one of the most Instagrammable spots in Bali! With one of the most unique cliffside views, soft white sand, and turquoise water, Kelingking is bound to attract LOTS of tourists! So, plan on making it your first stop. 

T-Rex shaped cliff at Kelingking beach, Nusa Penida
The iconic Kelingking Beach!

If you want to avoid the crowds, head a bit further away from the main viewpoint area or better yet, hike down to the beach. Although very scenic, the hike is steep with the edge secured only by wooden railings.  

It should take about 30-45 minutes to get down to the beach and you’ll be rewarded with the most turquoise water and the strongest waves you’ll ever see! I even had to hold on to the trees to avoid getting swept off by the waves!

So, make sure you don’t get too close to the shore unless you’re a confident swimmer and the waves aren’t too rough. 

Giant waves at Kelingking beach
Kelingking Beach

Related post: 37 incredible Instagram-worth spots in Bali

Angel’s Billabong 

Another must-see when spending 2 weeks in Bali is Angel’s Billabong, a natural infinity pool flanked by jagged cliffs, perfect for soaking in during low tide. During high tide, the waves can get pretty rough and come crashing with extreme force into the pool. 

Natural infinity pool at Angel's Billabong on Nusa Penida
The natural infinity pool at Angel’s Billabong

Broken Beach 

Less than a five minutes’ walk from Angel’s Billabong is the Broken beach which is a natural arched bridge.  

Unfortunately, it’s not possible to get down to the beach but you can still admire the waves flowing in and out of the small cove or walk around to find other scenic viewpoints. 

Entrance fee for both Angel’s Billabong and Broken Beach: IDR 5k or US$ 0.35

Arched bridge at the Broken Beach
Broken Beach

Crystal Bay 

Lined with tall palm trees, Crystal Bay is usually the last stop on most Nusa Penida tours. Spend some time lying on the sand or take a dip into the ocean after a long travel day through the bumpy roads of Nusa Penida. 

Day 12 – Travel back to Bali and head to Uluwatu 

Travel back to Bali and take a taxi from Sanur to Uluwatu which should cost about IDR 200k (US$ 14).  

Balangan Beach 

If you’re wondering what to do for the rest of your Bali itinerary, make your way to Balangan beach. With one of the biggest surf breaks on the island, Balangan beach is a popular surfing spot, especially for beginners! You can find surf schools all over the beach and a few restaurants as well. 

Uluwatu Temple 

Next, it’s time to visit Uluwatu temple, also known as Pura Luhur Uluwatu. Situated on top of a cliff on the Bukit Peninsula, Uluwatu temple is one of the most famous sunset spots in Bali!  

Make sure to stay away from the monkeys since they are known to be very cheeky and notorious thieves! 

After exploring the temple grounds and witnessing the spectacular sunset, you can watch the Kecak fire dance for an additional fee of IDR 100k (US$ 7.05). 

Uluwatu temple entrance fee: IDR 30k or UD$ 2.10 

Parking fee: IDR 2k or UD$ 0.15 

Cliffside views and flowers at Uluwatu Temple
View of the cliffs at Uluwatu Temple

Where to stay in Uluwatu? 

Orange Balangan Bungalow 

On a budget? Check out Orange Balangan Bungalow situated about a 10 minutes’ scooter ride from Balangan beach and Dreamland beach. The rooms are basic but clean and each comes with a private bathroom. You can also take advantage of the common pool for a refreshing dip.

Check prices and availability for Orange Balangan Bungalow here

Day 13 – Nunggalan Beach 

Nunggalan beach also known as “Shipwreck beach” is a true beach paradise in Uluwatu. There’s no entrance fee to Nunggalan beach and you only have to pay IDR 2k (US$ 0.15) to park your scooter.  

The 30 minutes’ hike along a dirt track keeps the crowds away, so you’ll most likely be the only one on this pristine white-sand beach.  

The viewpoint at Nunggalan beach
The viewpoint at Nunggalan beach

Luckily the path is shaded by trees and there are a few viewpoints that are worth checking out along the way. 

Once you get to the beach, you can head in the water for a swim and also check out the colorful shipwrecks on the right side of the beach.  

There’s no restaurant on the beach except for a small shack selling coconuts. You can also rent sunbeds and umbrellas for about IDR 50k (US$ 3.60). 

Colorful shipwreck on Nunggalan beach, Bali
Shipwreck on Nunggalan beach

Day 14 – Melasti Beach 

Melasti Beach is the perfect place to chill for a few hours before the end of your 2 weeks in Bali. It’s one of my favorite beaches since the waves are not too strong. 

The road leading to Melasti beach is in good condition but very windy and steep. Make sure to stop halfway at the viewpoint for a panoramic view of the ocean and colorful umbrellas dotting the sand. 

You’ll find a few warungs on the beach selling local Indonesian food and fresh coconuts for very cheap.

Toilets and showers are also available for a small fee and you can rent sunbeds and umbrellas for about IDR 50k (US$ 3.50). 

Melasti beach entrance fee: IDR 5k or US$ 0.35

View from the top of the cliffs at Melasti Beach
Bird’s eye view of Melasti Beach

How to get around Bali?

I recommend booking a private airport transfer in advance since taxis at the airport are more expensive. 

Grab and Go-Jek are also available and much cheaper but you’ll have to walk out of the airport since they are not allowed inside. 

Book your airport transfer here

Private Taxi  

The most comfortable but also the most expensive way to get around Bali is by hiring a private taxi. The price for a private taxi starts from IDR 500k (US$ 35.80) for 10 hours depending on the distance covered.  

Book your private taxi here 


If you’re comfortable riding a scooter, it’s the best way to get around Bali. Keep in mind that traffic can be very hectic especially in Ubud and the airport area. Also, make sure to bring your international driver’s license and always wear a helmet. 

Scooter rentals start from IDR 60k (US$ 4.30) per day or cheaper if you rent for longer periods of time.  

Rice field views from Sari Organik restaurant in Ubud
Rice field views from Sari Organik restaurant in Ubud

Where to buy a sim card in Bali? 

When spending 2 weeks in Bali, I recommend buying a local sim card on Klook which costs about US$ 7. Once you get to the airport, someone will wait for you outside with the sim card and will activate it for you.

Depending on which package you choose, you can get from 8 GB to 30 GB of data and some of them also have calls included.

Buy your Bali tourist sim card here 

Best time to travel to Bali 

The rainy season in Bali is between December and February and the dry season is between May and September. 

I recommend traveling to Bali during the shoulder season: March/April and October/November. The weather will be great and you won’t have to deal with the crowds. 

I hope you find this guide to 2 weeks in Bali itinerary helpful. Let me know in the comments if you have any questions.

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