The Solo Female Traveller’s Guide to Bali

Although Bali can be a destination for being inundated with wild party goers who run wild, there are plenty of areas where solo female travellers can have their own time. They can just kick back and enjoy some relaxation in this beautiful destination. So, whether you love to relax by a serene beach or enjoy meeting locals, the island of Bali has you covered. Also, there are famous areas in this popular holiday destination where you can avoid the crowds and enjoy vacationing in a laid-back part of the world.


Well, Bali is home to the most beautiful resorts and villas. And one of them is the ‘Villa Gita Bali’. It is a place that you will never forget. It is an exotic villa designed for their guests to experience the beauty of their villa with a traditional touch. The villa staff has infused ethnicity in every possible aspect of the interiors to the naming of the rooms. They aim to make their guests feel at home by giving them the best possible services and making their stay indelible.

Villa Gita Bali is a stunning three-bedroom spectacular villa in Candidasa, Bali. The place has exotic three self-contained bedroom suites with en suite bathrooms at ground level. It is one of the best luxury resorts in Bali.


  • Chill out at a Beach Club:

A great way to enjoy your ‘ME’ time is visiting some luxurious beach clubs around the region. Popular clubs like Mrs. Sippy’s and a few others are located in Semi yank and give you fun swim-up bars, a variety of day beds, and lots of entertainment and DJs. You can also visit La laguna in Canggu, it is a beautiful beach with amazing sunset and lively nightlife.

  • Simply let your mind and body do the talking:

There are many ways to look after yourself. You can take care of your spiritual, mental, and physical health while in Bali. If you like to learn how to cook Balinese food. There are various tours you can participate in where you will learn more about the local cooking and dining.

  • Visiting the Purna Taman Saraswati Temple:

This temple is built to honor Devi Saraswati. This beautiful temple is decorated with lotus blossoms and water flows.

  • Practicing Yoga:

If you are someone who loves Yoga; then we would recommend you to go to ‘The Yoga Barn’. It is a place to stretch your body, clear your mind and consume the stunning scenery. They teach you a lot of Yoga poses such as Pranayam, Yin, Power, Hatha, and Iyengar.


Our recommendation is to avoid the traffic in Bali by renting a scooter. That’s the fastest way to zip through the streets and countryside. You can also rent a very cheap motorbike. Also, if you do not feel comfortable driving yourself, then you can use a UBER-Type service but on the back of a motorbike.

Taxis are the most expensive mode of transportation in Bali. So, take your motorbike and roam freely.

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