Bali Travel Guide with Somewear Elsewhere
We recently partnered with Somewear Elsewhere on their blogger trip to Bali, and it was a huge success! They had such an amazing team with Yelena from Husskie Press on board taking all the photos, Kimi Juan and her husband Thomas, Emily Gurr, Lara (@your_passport) and Uros (@your_passage) and also the amazing Laura Jade Stone! So we asked them their top Bali travel tips and favourite places.
Where to Stay
Kimi Juan in our Monterey Top
We stayed in Canggu, it was so peaceful away from the hustle and bustle of Kuta and Seminyak, but not too far from all the shops and restaurants. We stayed at The Palm House and wow, it was amazing! It was the home of our dreams, beautiful white modern décor, stunning pool surrounded by palm trees and a hospitable team. The villa was large enough for everyone to have their own large bedroom and bathrooms.
Kimi Juan in the Monterey Top | Laura Jade Stone in the Venice Swimsuit
Where to Eat
Ulekan: we enjoyed our first dinner at Ulekan Bali in Canggu where we enjoyed their traditional foods in ‘family style’ where we all shared the dishes to get a taste of all the amazing flavours.
SOUQ: for an organic lunch and some shopping in their locally sourced store.
Watercress: in Seminyak for Australian style dinner menu and cocktails.
Neon Palms: We enjoyed a picturesque breakfast at the newest brunch spot in Seminyak, Neon Palms. Not only was it amazingly tasty, the venue and food was instagrammable everywhere you looked.
The Lawn: Is a great spot to relax by the beach and enjoy some cocktails while we enjoyed the most delicious and generously portioned lunch.
Milk & Madu: in Canggu for our last breakfast before having to leave this paradise.
You can't go to Bali and not take your Ete Swimwear... Here's how the bloggers styled our swim!
Lara @yourpassport in the Venice Swimsuit
Emm Gurr in the Venice Swimsuit
Kimi Juan in the Monterey Top and Seaside bottoms
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