An Aussie Traveller’s Adventure in Bali 

An Aussie Traveller’s Adventure in Bali 
May 18 11:14 2017 Print This Article

Fun, Sun … Bali, that is what we all think of when we hear that name, whether you are an adventurer or a relaxationist, this island group has so much to offer, the Australian traveller. Bali is becoming the go to place for the Aussie traveller, for several reasons, Bali is relatively close to home, is good value for money, accommodation is great and the range of things to see and do is amazing.

With Bali being on most Aussies bucket list, especially those in the 18-35 age brackets; I think that BVE will be catering to Australian tourists for many years to come. With reasonably priced flights, accommodation and its close proximity to Australia, we are becoming hooked on Bali and for good reason. Whether you want to relax and unwind, or have a fun-filled, adventure packed holiday, this beautiful island has everything for you in spades, from the beautiful beaches, to the rainforest interior; there is an array of activities for everyone and every budget.

The humble Aussie traveller, enjoys the casual and warm place that is Bali, thousands of Australians make the trek each year and have fantastic tales to tell, of their adventures in this idyllic island chain. One of the favourite places to stay for the Australian Tourist are the villas offered by BVE, an addition of the Legion Villas, the range of accommodations for your holiday are fantastic, so whether it is just you or a crew, you will be well catered for in fact BVE offer Villas from one to seven bedrooms.

Each fully self-contained villa is tastefully appointed with modern furnishings, private swimming pool, some with private Jacuzzi’s, the gardens are well kept, bedrooms have ensuites and you can even keep in touch with the free Wi-Fi internet connection. The staffs are warm and welcoming and you can feel safe with a 24-hour security service. Whilst the villas are fantastic, so is the rest Seminyak, with its beautiful beaches, excellent dining and restaurants and brilliant shopping, sightseeing, the beaches, temples, art galleries, museums, night life, games rooms and the list goes on and on, the experience that you have will be one that you will never forget, you just can’t go past this place that offers such a great variety of activities.

Overall, Bali can be considered a safe and welcoming destination for Australians travelling abroad, there are however, as with all countries, a few details that you should know about, to make your holiday a perfect one, so I have prepared some tips to help you, achieve just that.

Tips for a great Bali Holiday Drink bottled water Remember to pack the Imodium in case of Bali Belly Wear cool, casual clothing and a hat Slip Slop and Slap with the Sunscreen Be mindful of yourself and your belongings (crime is on the rise) Swim only between the flags, Bali is notorious for swift undercurrents Drugs are a no-no – there are a lot of foreigners in Bali jails already facing the death penalty Remember to haggle when shopping, except when an item has a fixed price tag on it Be conscious of exchange rates, when buying currency. Lock your valuables in your hotel room safe, take photocopies of your passport etc.

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