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What are the best restaurants and cafes in Bali?
Babi Guling Pak Malen
If you're travelling to Bali, try not to dine out at only Western-style restaurants. Get a taste for authentic Balinese cuisine by visiting Babi Guling Pak Malen. The restaurant specialises in one thing: babi guling, a dish of roasted suckling pig that can be prepared in a variety of ways. Travelling buying flights Christchurch to Bali can try a spiced pork broth, pork satay, fried pork, and braised pork. There are also traditional sides such as lawar (a mix of slow-cooked vegetables and sambal).
Sisterfields is an all-day Australian breakfast cafe in the heart of Seminyak. The cafe is known for tasty fare, such as Instagram-worthy acai bowls and shakshuka poached eggs. You'll want to arrive e hungry if you’re planning on trying the house burger. Travellers booking tickets to Christchurch to Bali can tackle this behemoth, which includes a massive beef patty!
The mantra at Locavore is "Go local or go home". This restaurant in Ubud only uses local ingredients.Travellers buying Christchurch to Bali flights can choose to experience it cuisine with six- to nine-course tasting menus. You can also choose from omnivore or herbivore options.
Room 4 Dessert
Travellers heading to Indonesia on cheap flights Christchurch to Bali that also have a bit of a sweet tooth will want to put this decadent diner on their radar! Room4Dessert is where all your sugary dreams come true. This dessert destination is one of the most acclaimed experiences in Indonesia - you may even recognise it from its episode on Netflix’s Chef’s Table Pastry. Bookings are required well in advance, but travellers who do manage to snap up a reservation will be treated to an exquisite experience of ever-changing dessert fare. Some of the most popular dishes in the past have included the New Wave (carrot, pumpkin seed, anise, and marigold) and the Sugar Refinery (coconut nectar chantilly, chocolate Toblerone, soursop, and Balinese meringue).
When is the best time to visit Bali?
The dry season
For perfect conditions and rarely a rain cloud in sight, book your Christchurch to Bali return flights for the dry season. From April to August, average temperatures hover around 32°C, and it's the best time to go scuba diving and experience Bali's nightlife scene. The only downside is that its high season. The island will be busy, so it's a good idea to buy your flights Christchurch to Bali as early as possible to scoop up lower airfares.
The wet season
From November to March is the wet season in Bali. While it does tend to rain every day, these showers are often short and sharp. You'll still have plenty of time to explore and go on day trips. If you don't mind the rain clouds, it's the best time to visit if you're looking for deals on cheap flights to Christchurch to Bali. Another perk is that the waterfalls will be pumping! It's prime time to book a tour that will take you to some of the most popular falls on the island, such as Sekumpul, NungNung and Tegenungan.
What is the cost of visiting Bali?
Accommodation in Bali
When it comes to accommodation, Bali has it all. Travellers buying Christchurch to Bali flights can choose from luxury villas with infinity pools, to mid-range hotels and budget-friendly hostels. For a decent mid-range hotel room in a great location, you can expect to pay around $157 NZD per night. However, it's possible for travellers booking tickets from Christchurch to Bali to find places for much less. It all depends on where you want to stay and what time of year you will be visiting.
Transportation in Bali
The best way to get around Bali is to hire a motorbike. Luckily, it's an affordable option that won't break the bank. Travellers buying cheap flights Christchurch to Bali can expect to pay around $30 to $50 NZD per week, excluding petrol. To rent a scooter, you'll need an international driver's licence and a copy of your passport. Please keep in mind that you’ll need to make sure your travel insurance covers you for motorbike use and that it’s not the safest way to get around. For transportation from Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS), check with your hotel to see if a free transfer is included with your stay. Alternatively, you can use services such as Grab (Southeast Asia's Uber) or BlueBird Taxis. Other ways to get from Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS) to your hotel include taking an airport shuttle bus or the local bus. The Trans Sarbagita buses serve two routes: to Nusa Dua and Batubulan. Tickets only cost 3,500 IDR ($0.39 NZD), making it the cheapest transportation option for travellers just arriving on their cheap flights Christchurch to Bali.
Attractions in Bali
Bali is home to a bevvy of attractions, both manmade and natural. For tourists purchasing Christchurch to Bali flights that want to visit the famous Tegalalang Rice Field, you'll pay around 15,000 IDR ($1.68 NZD) entry. The famous temples around the island such as Tanah Lot and Uluwatu Temple do require a small entrance fee and the prices vary. Visitors who want to buy Christchurch to Bali return flights can expect to pay only a couple of dollars.
Food and drink in Bali
If you want to keep your food costs down, hungry explorers buying flights Christchurch to Bali should opt to eat out at local warungs (a local restaurant). The local Balinese food costs as little as $3.15 NZD for a massive plate of food. Some dishes you can try nasi ayam and nasi campur. Both are Bali’s take on chicken and rice and are frequently served at the warungs.