One Week in Bali


If you only have one week vacation in Bali, where would you go? I know that’s not enough time to explore the “Island of the Gods”, but lemme show you how I spent seven days in that remarkable, magical island through this video:

One Week Bali Itinerary

Day 1

-Arrived in Denpasar Airport and took Uber to Canggu (taxi are more expensive)

-lunch at Brick Oven Pizza in Canggu

-watched the sunset at Pantai Batu Bolong

Day 2

-Swam in Lv8 Resort’s infinity pool then chilled til late afternoon

-Took Go-Jek motorbike to Pantai Batu Bolong to watch surfers

Day 3

-Drove to South Kuta

-Hang out in Suluban Beach, Delbi Rock Lounge, and Dreamland Beach

dreamland baliDay 4

-Brunch at Balifornia Republic Restaurant

-Relaxed in Canggu Beach

-Partied at Old Man’s Restaurant

Day 5

-Drove to Pererenan Beach

-Swam in Pondok Nyoman Bagus’s swimming pool


-Chilled at Deus Cafe

tegenungan waterfall baliDay 6

-Drove to Ubud

-Monkey forest sanctuary, Tegalalang Rice Terrace and Tegenungan waterfall

-Went to Campuhan Ridge Walk but didn’t stay long coz it’s late

-Missed Kecak Dance Show

Day 7

-Swam in Canggu beach

-Souvenir Shopping

-Flew back to Manila at 6 pm


I went to Bali for vacation and cultural exchange through Workaway, I wished that I stayed longer. That one-week Bali itinerary was a great introduction that surely gave me a lasting impression. I’m telling you, Bali is so much more than you think. Some people said that it’s overrated; whoever said that is ignorant, unsophisticated person who obviously haven’t explored the beauty of that island. Well, they can say whatever they wanna say. One thing I know for sure is that Bali has incredible temples, great cuisine, world-class surfing spots, unique culture, and most importantly, it holds a special place in my heart.

monkey forest sanctuary

 Have you been to Bali? What’s your favourite thing to do in Bali?


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Pinay Nomad

KT is a digital nomad who quit her job, bought a ticket somewhere, got a tan, fell in love with mother nature and she would never return to the normal life that society dictates.


  1. Looks like you had a great time in Bali KT. I’ve never been to Bali as its a bit too close to home for me, I always head further into Asia but maybe I should visit one day. Thanks for the ideas.

    • Pinay Nomad

      Since you’re moving to Thailand next year, might as well visit Bali. They are kinda similar but different. 🙂

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