#kadventure: Birthday Trip to Bali

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I spent my birthday in Bali! As I turned 24, I decided to celebrate it unlike any other birthdays before. (plus, it will be my last birthday being single, or I hope so.) We spent 4 nights exploring Bali and divided them into; 2 nights in Seminyak, 2 nights in Ubud. In this post, I will share you my holiday itinerary in general, in case you also have agenda to visit this beautiful island. So lets jump right in!


Day 1 - The birthday day
On my birthday, we went for a breakfast in Kim Soo Home. That's where I got my birthday cake & made wishes. It was a nice place to spend your morning with your beloved one,  just having coffee while chillin'. After that, we had lunch in a local restaurant: Nasi Ayam Bu Mangku (and it turned out to be my boyfriend's favorite!). In the afternoon, we went thrift-shopping (but I couldn't find anything nice) & we also went to Cabina Bali. You might already heard a lot about this place. It was a cute place to enjoy the sunshine & take a dip into the pool. Don't forget to take a lot of photos here, since there are so many unique spots! We wanted to catch the sunset, so from Cabina we walked a bit to 707 Beach Berm. It's like this local beach club, but in a cheaper - bronx - casual way. And I like it a lot! It's not much, only loads of beanbags in beach side, where we can sit and relax while having coconut and catch the sunset. Not to mention, its not pricey at all! For dinner, we went to Kilo Bali & tried some of their best dishes. I can say that their Tobiko Pasta is a bomb!

Nice breakfast in Kim Soo Home

Spending afternoon in cute Cabina Bali

Catching sunset in 707 Beach Berm Batu Belig

Day 2 - Long road to Ubud
We started our morning going to the famous Panama Pool & Cafe. It was a nice place, also the food & beverages are affordable and great. But they have some kind of "minimum spend" if we go there, and that what makes it a bit pricey. Despite the price, we love the place a lot. It has this Greek vibe that I love! After that we checked out of our hotel and went all the way to Ubud (it took around 1.5 hours to get from Seminyak to Ubud). After arriving in Ubud, we spent our afternoon walking around and hopping from shop to shop around the Monkey Forest Road. For dinner, we went to this pretty place by the pool called Folk Ubud. Such a pretty place with great food! (And also affordable for a 5-star dish!). It was a lovely night indeed.

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Panama Pool & Cafe

Festive drink & Festive food!

Pretty lights & poolside

Spending night in Folk Ubud

Day 3 - Exploring Ubud

Day 3 is for exploring the pretty Ubud! We spent our morning chillin' by the pool in our hotel, it was a nice dip, the sun came out, the weather was friendly, and it was Sunday! After that, we went to have lunch by the paddy field, it was a very sunny day and Ubud was looking so pretty. After that, we spent our afternoon strolling around Ubud Palace, Pura Saraswati, and Sukowati Market to buy some handcrafts. (I got some pretty soap bars in such affordable prices!). And just after the sun sets, we went to watch Kecak Dance in Pura Puseh & after that we went to taste some Balinese Dishes in a local restaurant called Bu Rus.

A nice dip!

Day 4 - Bye bye Bali
Off to our last day in Bali, we traveled back from Ubud to Sanur. We had lunch in the famous fish soup - Mak Beng. We ate a looooot because we loved it so much! After that, we went to spend our afternoon (and waiting for our 6PM flight) in Soul by The Beach, in Sanur. I love how the place is so lovely, peaceful, and had a chill vibe. They also served great food! A bit pricey, but its all worth it! Such a great place to end my birthday trip, indeed. 

All tanned, but happy!

Soul by The Beach (one of my fav!)

and they serve good food!

So there you go, a long itinerary for a short holiday. Because we managed to packed our schedule so tights, before the busy months of wedding preparations started. After all, it was the best weekend getaway and I couldn't asked for more. 

♥ K


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