As many of you know, I recently took a trip to Bali and Thailand with my sister. First off, it was amazing! I would go again in a heartbeat, and honestly I probably will very soon! It was just that dreamy.

So I wanted to give you guys a little round up of my favorite places to eat, stay and what to do so you all can plan a trip of your own! Im going to do this in a 2 Pt. post, starting with Bali!

My sister and I spent a total of 6 days in Bali, which honestly was not enough! There is so much to see and explore there. But we were traveling on her break so we were limited time wise. The first three days we spent in Canggu and Semiyak, the last three days were spent in Ubud in the jungle.

BALI TRIP RECAP: My Guide To Bali and Thailand pt 1.

BALI TRIP RECAP: My Guide To Bali and Thailand pt 1.


Our days in Canggu were spent eating, exploring and of course swimming. Canggu is really great and has really cool vibe to it. We started every morning with a smoothie bowl at the amazing Betelnut Cafe, because they were just that good! We explored local shops, like the amazing Kim Soo and spent days lounging at the Potato Head Beach Club. We treated ourselves to an amazing facial and message at AMO spa– which was well worth the money.

We also had an amazing dinner at One Eyed Jack followed by drinks at the very cool Old Mans Restaurant. All these places are an easy 15-20 mins by scooter, which is how we got around.  Some other amazing restaurants were Milk & Madu, The Slow, Warung Dandelion and Mexicola. We also tried our best to make it to daily yoga (which did not happen) but regardless found that Desa Seni was our favorite place to take a yoga class!


While in Ubud we stayed at the Chedi Club, which I honestly do not have words to describe our experience there. It was beyond magical! Every inch, every corner of this resort was incredible. It transported us to what felt like Bali in the 1960s, and in such a good way. We honestly barely left the resort! We started every day with a beautiful breakfast and then relaxed or explored the Ubud market, monkey sanctuary and the nearby rice palace.

All in all, our time in Bali was totally amazing, and I cannot wait to visit that beautiful place again soon!

Check out part 2 of my guide to Bali.