MaryHi! I love traveling and meeting new people, so if you're down to hang or do some adventures hit me up
RamaniHi! My name is Ramani and 21 years old. This year I decided to do my first solo travel to Bali which was my dream for a loooong time:) I am always up to meet new people and have cultural exchange! I am also quite active in social media
ClesiaI'm a writer and painter, particularly for oracle cards and other function cards for intuitive coaching and related areas (such as psychological arts media). Interested in meeting people, learning culture, sharing ideas as I am also an energy-healer. I live at Jakarta, Indonesia and can be a host there. I'm looking for a friend in Norwich between 29th March-2nd April 2023 and at London between 3rd- 9th April 2023. Thank you
FrancescaI work remotely and has since been trying to explore as much as I can, while I still can 😅 just recently started my solo traveling journey!
DominikaHi, I’m Dominika and I’m 21 y.o. I have two bunnies, two kitties and a doggo, so I love pets, to pet them or carrying. I’d love to travel more, so I’m looking for opportunities. Currently I study at University in Prague, but I have all my classes online. I have time to travel, but I always have to come back to make my exams on the time. I’m trying to learn french for few years, but as I see I need to spend more time in France. Also in english I understand almost everything, but I definetly need to speak more.
based on 4 experiences
Breathtaking nature all around! Friendly locals in the outskirts, although we were scammed a few times within the town. Beautiful culture, food and history. Safe for solo travellers when careful!
I went solo to Bali for two weeks and loved it. I did not stay in kuta seminyak etc areas because I’m not into that beach party scene. I first went to amed, then lovina, then ubud (and it felt really overwhelming at first because it’s certainly very busy) and gili air and spent one night in Denpasar at a locals house before flying out. It was really nice.
Bali is one of my favourite places that I have been and will always hold a special place in my heart! From jetskis, to temples, to exclusive rooftop restaurants with pools over looking the beach. It is such a magical place! I brought home some of the Tumeric tea from the coffee museum, it was beautiful.
I just spent 10 days in Bali: four days in Ubud (with a couple of side trips in East Bali), two days in the Munduk area (beautiful waterfalls and mountain lakes), three days on Nusa Lembongan (watch out for the rip currents here and on Nusa Penida) and two days in Canggu. It was a good balance of urban, nature and beach overall.
Yes, Bali is generally safe for solo female travelers. However, it is important to take the same precautions as you would in any other destination. Be aware of your surroundings, avoid walking alone at night, and don't accept rides from strangers.
Yes, Bali is a great destination for solo travelers. It is a safe and welcoming destination with plenty of activities and attractions to explore. There are plenty of female-friendly accommodations, restaurants, and activities to enjoy. Additionally, the locals are friendly and helpful, making it easy to get around and explore.
Bali can be expensive for solo travellers, depending on the type of accommodation and activities you choose. However, there are plenty of budget-friendly options available, such as hostels, budget hotels, and local restaurants. With careful planning, it is possible to enjoy a great holiday in Bali without breaking the bank.
Visit the Tanah Lot Temple
Located on the coast of Bali, the Tanah Lot Temple is one of the most iconic and popular temples in the area.
Ubud is the cultural heart of Bali and is home to some of the most beautiful temples, rice terraces, and art galleries.
Bali is a great place to learn how to surf, with plenty of surf schools and instructors available.
Take a Cooking Class
Learn how to make traditional Balinese dishes with a cooking class.
Visit the Uluwatu Temple
This ancient temple is perched on a cliff overlooking the Indian Ocean and is a great place to watch the sunset.
Bali is a great place to shop for souvenirs, clothing, and jewelry.
Take a Hike
Explore the lush jungles and rice terraces of Bali on a guided hike.
Visit the Waterfalls
Bali is home to some of the most beautiful waterfalls in the world.
Bali is a great place to explore the underwater world with plenty of snorkeling spots.
Relax on the Beach
Bali is home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the world.
Yes, Bali is generally considered safe to travel alone. However, it is important to take the same precautions as you would when traveling to any other destination. Be aware of your surroundings, avoid carrying large amounts of cash, and keep your valuables secure.
Yes, Bali is generally safe at night. However, it is always important to be aware of your surroundings and take the necessary precautions to ensure your safety. Avoid walking alone at night, and be sure to keep your valuables secure.
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