A fun Bali sightseeing trip named work

  • April 28, 2020
  • April 28, 2020
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Six years ago, in the middle of January, i stayed for three nights and five days.

Where did you stay in Bali?

We stayed at GrabMed Bali in nusa dua district.
I worked for a travel agency and it was a real package travel experience, so I was traveling as part of my job.
The property was set to be an all-inclusive experience in GrabMed Bali, and i didn't decide for myself.
The Nusa Dua area was like a resort, with many luxury hotels and many tourists, so it was a great place to stay.
Grab Med sold all-inclusive, and many of the activities, such as morning, noon and night meals and swimming pools, were available for free.
There was a sightseeing taxi on site and the hotel's spa esthetics were available for an additional fee.
Grab Med Bali has a lot of foreign staff from various countries, and it was recommended for people who are interested in languages, and it was fun for the staff to greet us cheerfully in the language and Japanese of each country as we passed by.

Where did you go to Bali?

I went to see the rice terraces, but i was able to see the scenery that was healed in the countryside, but there were a lot of places of nature, so there was not much place to eat, and the dining place I finally found was not like a restaurant, but it was a simple building, connected to the outside, and when I said it in a good way, I was able to eat slowly while looking at the scenery of beautiful nature with a sense of openness.
However, i was a little worried about the hygiene side.
There was a simple restroom next to the building, but there was no toilet paper in the toilet.
I went into the toilet in the airport as soon as I arrived in Bali, but it was not a toilet, but it was a manual or like a hand-held basin to flush the water, and it was a feeling of flushing.
It's been a few years since then, so I hope it's been in place now and it's clean.
I thought at that time, but i can't go to the bathroom in a Japanese sense, so I think you should always prepare a pocket tissue in place of toilet paper and start.

What's useful in Bali?

Since there are not many tourist facilities, i think that it becomes easy to decide the destination etc. when i leave after i get one book before a trip.
If you don't take tourist magazines because they're bulky, you can use the internet, wi-fi router suptomy and take it with you.
Because i can apply at a mobile company and a travel agency, and the price setting of the number of days of staying, and there may be various plans such as the price setting in the rental days, it is good to check which Wi-Fi router becomes cheap early with room before travel.
When I went on a trip to Bali, I didn't rent a Wi-Fi router, i didn't go to the app or site without looking.
I think that there are many accommodations where free Wi-Fi connection is possible in the hotel, so i think it is good to check it in advance.
Grab Med Bali i stopped wi-fi was also available free of charge in the hotel, but the front desk was good radio waves, so the radio waves were not so good when you entered the room, and if you had a line call, you'd have to rent a Wi-Fi router on the way.
If you are going on a tour, i think it would be a good idea to ask the local staff who can speak Japanese for a recommended sightseeing place.

Advice for people going to Bali!

Bali is a warm place all year, so when you leave in the winter of Japan, you go to the airport in Japanese with cold clothes, it is hot and cold with air conditioning, so i think it is easy to spend in the airport and airplane airplanes when you try to dress easily such as cardigans so that you can adjust your temperature.
Bali's airport was connected to the outside, and it was usually hot because it was not air-conditioned even though it was in the airport.