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15 Useful Tips for Travelling to Bali While on Your Honeymoon

Bali is an amazing destination for your honeymoon and when travelling to Bali there are some important things to be aware of.

Whether it involves planning before you travel to Bali on your honeymoon or important things to do while in Bali, there are a lot of things that will help your honeymoon be the best, most romantic trip you could think of. Belowere are the 15 useful tips to make your honeymoon awesomely amazing.

1. Give yourself time

Travelling to Bali While on Your Honeymoon

Try to give yourself time to decompress after your wedding and instead of leaving the morning after, wait a few days or even a week. You want to enjoy your wedding celebration, and some of the best parties go into the wee hours. Give yourself some time to recover from the festivities. Having some time between the wedding and the honeymoon also gives you the chance for any last minute travel errands.

2. Ask for honeymoon packages

If you book through a travel agent, make sure to ask about specific honeymoon packages. These packages often come with discounts or free upgrades. Everyone loves love and a lot of places want you to start off your new chapter in life in the best way possible. Oftentimes, to, you’ll find an excursion you weren’t even aware of, or had passed on because of the cost.

3. Keep it simple

Tips for Travelling to Bali While on Your Honeymoon

While there are so many sights and places to visit in Bali, try not to overplan your day. Instead, keep a loose list of things you want to do, but make sure that your plans remain flexible. Remember that a day is 24 hours long; if you have a busy night, you might not want to get up early for that pre-booked excursion the next morning.

4. Keep asking

Bali is a very friendly island that has heard just about every tourist request. Make sure you ask questions about the best places to eat or visit once you arrive. Your hotel wants you to be happy and can point you in the best direction to enjoy your stay.

It also doesn’t hurt to ask for any upgrades once you arrive at your hotel. Often if hotel rooms remain un-booked you can get a different room with a larger bed or more glamorous bathroom. A hotel will always try to make a repeat customer out of you and simple upgrades are an easy way to do this.

5. Bring documentation

Make sure that your passport is up to date and to be on the safe side, bring your marriage certificate with you. If the bride has decided to change her name, you want to cover all bases with appropriate documentation.

6. Have the ability to document everything

Your honeymoon to Bali might be the perfect excuse to finally transfer the pictures from your digital camera to your computer to free up space. Or, more practically, to buy a new memory card. Make sure you have all the right cords to charge your camera, including an adaptor as the plugs in Bali are different from other countries.

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Scuba diving, Bali

If you plan on snorkelling or scuba diving, you might want to bring a waterproof camera. These can be expensive on Bali, so purchase one ahead of time.

7. Flash that ring

It may see ostentatious, but the more you mention you’re on your honeymoon in Bali, the more likely you’ll get free perks. It might be a drink at the bar or dessert at the restaurant. People love any excuse to celebrate.

8. Keep active

You may not realize it, but a week of relaxation might get a bit boring. Think ahead about any water sports you want to take part in. Surf lessons can be fun and a great bonding experience for a newlywed couple. Take the opportunity to create memories that will last your married lifetime.

By learning something new together you can really strengthen the bond between you and your loved one.

9. Be sun smart

Bali is just south of the equator which means that the sun is very powerful. Even cloudy weather can give you a severe sun burn. Pack a high SPF sunscreen with you so that you are protected from day one. Burns are not romantic but rubbing sunscreen on a newlywed is.

10. Diversify

There are many islands close to Bali, so while on your honeymoon you might want to take advantage of a day trip to a new locale. Keep things interesting and exciting with a change of scenery. Day trips usually entail waking up early, so don’t go overboard as you will want to rest and relax. But one early morning won’t do any harm.

11. Keep your valuables safe

All reputable hotels have in-room safes and make sure you use them. While most hotel staff are trustworthy, you never want to take the chance. Be careful, too when you leave the hotel. Only bring small amounts of cash and keep them in a secure place. Pickpockets are always on the lookout for easy money.

12. Keep it romantic

This is your honeymoon on Bali, so when packing think of what will make the trip extra romantic. Candles and massage oils can make the romantic location that much more special.

13. Take a cooking class

Food is a labor of love and what better way to get to know the culture of Bali than in a cooking class. Many resorts offer cooking classes, or if you’re in town, they can be easy to find and sign up for. Take notes so that when you’re back at home you can transport yourself back to your romantic honeymoon with the help of a few spices.

14. Relax with a massage

Many hotels in Bali have full service spas and what better to feel completely relaxed together than getting massages side by side with the sound of the waves crashing on the beach. Perhaps your partner will even pick up a few tips to treat you right after you return from your honeymoon on Bali.

15. Enjoy the sunset and the sunrise

Natural beauty makes us realize that we are all connected and a part of this glorious world. Take the time to savor the sunset as you enjoy local cuisine at a restaurant. If possible, get up for an early morning hike and watch the sun rise over the ocean.

These varied tips for travelling in Bali while on your honeymoon will help make your trip something you will never forget. You want to start your married life off as best as possible, and here are a few ways to help you do so.

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About Chris

Chris had a passion to contribute to society especially to fellow travelers like himself. He also had a passion for Southeast Asia and frequently visited. While brainstorming ideas, he decided that a travel blog dedicated to his favorite countries, Thailand and Singapore, could be more beneficial than any guidebook. Only one year later did the blog’s success bring in more writers, more countries, and more readers.

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