Our last day in Bali – A one day Bali Experience

Last updated on September 14th, 2018 at 08:09 pm


After what seemed like an endless Bali exploration, at last the day came, and we had to move on to our next destination. Bali has definitely been such a blast, and it was a great 3 weeks. We didn’t even have enough time to really explore everything. So how did we end our last day in Bali before finally flying to Siem Reap?

Read here to prepare your trip: Indonesia packing list!

Read here: A Bali honeymoon guide.

Getting a Balinese massage

If you’re not getting a massage in Bali, then we highly suggest you get one stat.

Rachel and I had a Balinese massage and body scrub with Anika Spa in Kuta, just right before we head to the airport. It’s our last day of relaxing in Bali, and was a fun time just to relax and let go and let the masseuse do their thing.

 

After the massage, we relaxed in a bathtub, had shower (get it here if you want some relaxed time with your partner), and head off to a sumptuous Balinese lunch.

 

Try and eat Local Food for an authentic Bali experience

A one-day Bali experience is definitely doable.

Local food, as part of our last Bali experience, is always good so we always make sure we get the chance to taste what’s local to any particular country.

Bali adds a special feel to their spices and we had a great time with a Balinese cooking class. This time, we were just the tasters as we were served the following local Balinese menu:

The Balinese food set was a mix of rice, meat and curry, vegetables and the popular, Indonesian Sate (meat cooked with peanut sauce)

 

After lunch time and some reminiscing of the whole last 3 weeks in Bali, Rachel and I set off for the airport and prepared for a whole new journey.

With Anika Spa, they arranged the spa for us, the lunch after the spa, and the a free car service to the Bali airport. If our last day Bali experience is something you want to replicate, definitely recommend booking with Anika Spa. They even taught in our first ever cooking class – an authentic Balinese cuisine.

Next up, Cambodia!

Hope you had fun following our journey thru Bali and all the stories of our Bali experience. There’s definitely much more to see, so we are sure to come back again.

For now, we are ready for our next adventure.

Ruben Arribas is a Spanish traveler who has traveled more than 70+ countries around the world. He believes in travel without money. Recently, he finished a bicycle trip, 9500 km, from Madrid to North Cape.

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