Bali holidays present us with so many chances to indulge – outdoor recreation, luxurious spa treatments, dining at fancy restaurants. All are well worth satiating, considering the lower cost of things in Bali.
A surf lesson in Bali’s famous beach breaks with all the gear and instruction is about the same price as renting a boogie board in Hawaii and relishing in a Balinese massage is so delightful, you may find that you have one every day.
Food prices in Bali are an especially good value. A lovely breakfast set at a cutesy café asks $5 per person – a breakfast set with egg, toast and a European espresso drink, all for the same price as a bowl of granola elsewhere. Or get a $5 tropical granola. Special occasion? Gather your group for an in-villa dinner party or slip away (from your little ones in the safe hands of an affordable professional nanny) for delish east-meets-west-fusion fine dining.
Whatever you choose to do in Bali, however you spend your leisure time… when you spend a dollar in Bali, chances are you’ll get so much more than if you spend it at home.