7 Fun Things To Do on Honeymoon

Most couples will think of a walk by the beach during the sunset, dinner for two under the starry sky or even a spa treatment for two when it comes to what to do on a honeymoon. But not all couples are the same, not all couples like being romantic and do romantic things to each other. If you are planning a honeymoon and one of those couples who want to do fun things instead of romantic, then you have come to the right place, because here’s the list of the most fun things you can do on honeymoon in Bali.

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1. PARTY ‘TILL DROP

Go to Kuta or Legian, the part of Bali that never sleeps, where the streets are filled with bars and clubs where you can drink and dance until dawn.

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2. BE ADVENTUROUS

Explore the nature wonders of Bali, climb your way of the volcanoes to see the sunrise, dive and snorkel in the sea and revel in the beautiful coral reefs, trek along the green rice paddy fields, feel the breeze of waterfalls, learn to surf, and river rafting.

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3. LEARN THE CULTURE

Bali is the perfect place to get cultural. Visit the countless temples in Bali because each of them has different history, learn how to make the offering, and see the dance performances.

‘Joged Bumbung is one of Balinese Dance where the audience can involve to dance together with the dancers.’

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4. TRY THE STRANGE CUISINE

Delve into the wacky and wonderful world of Indonesian cuisine and try the stuffs you never imagined before. Whole ‘babi guling’ or suckling pig, ‘lawar’ or mixed veggies in pig blood, durian, and many many more.

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5. DRINK THE ARAK

Arak is a Balinese liquor which is distilled from sweet wine made from the coconut palm flour and this is the Balinese people’s favorite way to get drunk. Some places in Bali even sell arak in the form of your favorite cocktails like mojito and Cosmopolitan.

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6. GET AROUND PASAR

Pasar is the Indonesian word for farmer’s market. Being in a Balinese pasar is a very unique experience where you can encounter exotic types of fruits and vegetables you have never seen before, get a taste of local Balinese snacks, and even meet living animals.

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7. MEET THE LOCALS

Start a conversation with the locals and you’ll be surprised by how amusing it is. Even if they speak zero of your language, they will still gladly try to carry on with the conversation. Start with ‘apa kabar?’, the Indonesian for ‘how are you?’

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PS: Not planning a honeymoon anytime soon? But want to do those stuffs with your partner? Then worry no more, because the Valentine’s Day is coming and it’s a good reason for your fun-couple trip to Bali.