Solo travel to Bali Indonesia

Solo travel to Bali Indonesia

Although Bali lacks in size, its diversity makes up for it. It is firmly established among the best tropical paradises to visit as a travel destination.

Whether you're traveling with a large group of Australian sunbathers or on your own looking for some cultural high life, Bali has something for everyone.

How to get to Bali.

Denpasar International Airport offers direct flights from Australia and most Asian nations. Connect with Asia from Europe or North America, such as Singapore, KL, or Bangkok.

Denpaser International Airport-Bali

The majority of trips begin at Denpasar International Airport, which is on the southern tip of the island. From there, it only takes one day to get to all the major destinations.
You can also go to Java by land to see this island with a lot of people and a lot of historical places.

Bali is only a short flight away from Flores and Komodo Island.

With flights to Asia and beyond, Denpasar International Airport is one of Indonesia's busiest. Perth is an appealing alternative to Asia if you're looking for a change of pace because of the numerous cheap flights to Australia.

Bali for Solo Travelers

Bali has a lot of different places for solo travelers to hang out and meet other travelers or locals.

Many solo travelers will take a taxi from the airport to the resort areas of Kuta, Legian, and Seminyak, which stretch along the Indian Ocean's pounding southwest coast. Few places on earth come close to this one if you like to party and surf. Some of the island's best beaches are here, and it's easy to find a quiet spot away from the noise.

Kuta beach - BALI

In Kuta, you can find all the conveniences of western chains, but if you walk a few streets away, you can enter a different world where friendly Balinese will serve you Gado Gado for less than $2!

Even though it has a reputation for being raucous in large groups, you won't stand out here on your own. If you sit at a bar by yourself, you'll soon meet new friends because many restaurants and bars cater well to solo diners.

Rooms, hotels, and hostels in Bali for Solo Travelers

If you're on your own, single-occupancy double rooms in Bali are affordable, and the area has accommodations to suit every budget and preference.

Even in trendy areas like Canggu and Seminyak, you can get a cheap bed on Bali. It goes without saying that you will get a lot more for your money elsewhere.

Lovina is ideal for solo travelers

Lovina is a low-key resort on the north coast that is very much off the beaten path for backpackers. It can be a good starting point for visiting the northern volcanoes and the coastline, which has places to dive or just hang out on the beach.

Lovina rooms typically offer excellent value throughout the year, particularly during the months of August and Christmas. Lovina is still popular with backpackers, but it has somewhat lost favor with mainstream tourists.

Lovina resort-Bali

The towns of East Bali (Amed, Besakih, Candidasa, Kintamani, Klungkung, Mount Agung, Padang Bai, and Tirta Gangga) offer excellent value for lodging. These low-key coastal villages are popular with backpackers traveling alone.

towns of East Bali

The towns of  West Bali, which includes Negara, Gilimanuk, Medewi Beach, Pemuteran, and the West Bali National Park, is also great place to look for affordable lodging.

towns of  West Bali

Ubud is best for solo travelers

A treasure about 100 kilometers north of the southern Bali region is one of those spots where many tourists stay for much longer.

Ubud is Bali's cultural capital, but it also caters to tourists just as much as any other location on the island. However, it serves as an excellent starting point and must be visited. 

You can take a lot of tours from Ubud, and there are a lot of cute little cafes where you can meet other tourists, friendly ex-pats, and people who live in the town.

Rooms in Ubud are also very cheap all year long. Even though Ubud is a very popular destination, there are a lot of places to stay that are affordable. A single room costs less than $15, or even less than $8!


Due to the abundance of land- and water-based activities on the island, Bali is best for solo travelers, making it simple to make new friends. Indonesians ought to be regarded as some of the friendliest people on the planet because they are hospitable and proud of their country.

Many of the surrounding islands can be reached from Bali, including the well-known Gili Islands, which are just off the coast of Lombok.

Gili Islands

The Best time to travel to Bali Indonesia

The dry season lasts from April to October; the wet season lasts from November to March, but it's still fine all year long because the rains usually come in the late afternoon.

Personally, we believe that Christmas should be avoided in Bali. Prices soar, but you still have to deal with the wet season!

Christmas in Bali

Bali's solo safety

Generally safe for female and male solo travelers, but many end up in trouble, especially if there is alcohol or a motorcycle involved.

Costs for Solo Traveler Stay in Bali 

dormitory-style accommodations

Generally less expensive than in Europe, the United States, or Australia, especially away from the big resort areas. Single rooms are uncommon, but doubles and twins are fairly inexpensive. There aren't many dormitory-style accommodations available, but they are becoming more and more common in the more expensive areas of the island.

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