Monthly Archive: December 2017

Useful Tips On Planning Your Trip To Indonesia

Indonesia is a beautiful country. It’s a vibrant, colourful country full of friendly people. You are guaranteed to have a great time here and that is exactly why you should spend your holidays in this beautiful country. It’s a place with a lot to offer and you with your busy lives will find this country fun and relaxing. Whether you’re someone who works from nine to five or a couple trying to find the best country to renew your connection or a traveler who wants to see the beauty of the world and meet new people or a family who wants to spend some quality time with each other, Indonesia will give you what you crave for. Now, let’s get on to planning your vacation in Indonesia.

Learn about the weather conditions

First of all, you have to decide when you want to come to Indonesia. Just like in any other country, the weather does not stay the same here. While the country is a sunny country, it goes through rainy seasons and dry seasons. With a little research, you could easily decide when to visit Indonesia. If you’re having a little trouble deciding when to come, think about what you want from this trip. Say you want to spend some quality time with your family at the beach and you want to stay in luxury beachfront villas, your best bet to have a wonderful time would be the dry season.

Learn about the currency

Before coming to Indonesia, it’s vital to learn about the currency. Learn the exchange rate. Learn how to convert your money into IDR. Whatever you do, whether it is to buy food or go shopping or rent a car or book accommodation, you need to have a good knowledge of the currency. Nowadays, there are special advantages for foreign travellers. There are businesses that offer their services in your currency to make things easier for you. For an example, let’s say you want to spend your holiday as comfortable as you can in the best island of Indonesia. With a little research of the best villas in Bali for families, you will be able to find great companies that offer you exactly what you’re looking for in your currency. However, even with all the special advantages, you still need to learn all you can about the Indonesian Rupiah.

Plan what to do

Now, it’s time to decide how you’re going to spend your vacation in Indonesia. Make a list of all the places you want to see. Make another list of all the food you want to try. Make more lists of activities you want to do and festivals you want to celebrate while you’re there. Learning about the Indonesian culture will also help you understand the activities better. While there is no need to learn the language, making yourself familiar with some phrases would be incredibly helpful. When you’re done with the lists, decide how long you’re going to spend there, decide on a budget, book accommodation and everything and buy a plane ticket. Then, you can leave.

Celebrating The End Of Another Year Of University In Paradise

After a whole year of non-stop assignment submissions, the crippling stress of keeping up with the workload and carrying the weight of the world on your shoulders, it’s finally your three month break from uni! It’s finally time to, as Donna and Tom from Parks and Recreation would say “Treat yo self!” What would be better than lounging on the soothing sunny beaches of Seminyak in Bali during the day with a good book and cocktail at hand and to party your worries away at night!

Grab your squad, but choose wisely

Travelling in a group is not only fun but also gives you a sense of an added layer of protection in numbers. But when planning a group trip, it’s important to choose wisely. There is more to it than making sure everyone going gets along. A rough budget should be drawn up prior to making any bookings. When travelling in a group it makes sense for you to be able to share the same space. There are many villas for rent, this would be a better option rather than staying in hostels and paying for each individual bed separately. From important factors such as lodging and food to travel and activities, every expense needs to be a fair collection of money from all those in the group. Having a well-planned out budget prior to preparations being made will avoid any unfortunate occurrences with each expense.

Explore the island

The sights of Seminyak are breath taking. You can either walk the streets with its shopping, Instagram worthy cafes and restaurants, visit places oozing of culture and art or go for a full-on hike. You can’t go wrong with either. Nature fanatics always recommend hikes for the indescribable view. Places of art and culture are also very much sought after, Bali being so rich of cultural aesthetics.

Relax and de-tox

Vacationing solo can also be very therapeutic. After a very stressful and hectic routine unwinding is good for your health and psyche. Most of the private villas Seminyak have to offer also come with their own private beach or pool. Put away all forms of technology, grab a good book, your tanning lotion or your floats and hit the pool. The clear ocean is not to be missed either! Take in the scenery and be present. Let the serene waters sooth you and sweep away your sorrows. If you’re feeling extra generous towards yourself indulge in a spa day.

When planning your year-end holiday to celebrate the end of a year of university, Seminyak should be on your mind. Close your eyes and feel the sun on your face and smell the salt of the sea, grab a good book, and your troubles will soon be forgotten.

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