• Take your dose of culture in Ubud

    Attend a Balinese dance performance at Ubud Palace.

    Temples to see: Tirta Empul, Pura Taman Saraswati.

    Bali spirit festival to discover (in April), quite expensive but unique.

    Sleep at Swasti Eco Cottages or Iggna bungalows.

    Eat at Clear café, Kafé, Seeds of life, taste Sari organic, dinner at Soma.

  • Where does yoga?

    Yoga barn (with Tina nance and Punnu Singh) and do an "Extasic Dance" class

    Yogaworks pour du kundalini

  • Padang Padang

    In the south, a little crush on Padang Padang. Sleep in Bali rocks great view.

By scooter discover Uluwatu, and its famous Single Fin bar (go there at sunset or for concerts).


I really like the beaches of Balangan and Bingin Beach for strolling and learning to surf.

    Visit Tanah Lot

The village of Canguu has become very trendy. My little local and inexpensive restaurant: warung varuna. Otherwise the Brunch at Crate Cafe is nice. And finally the aperitif and the sunset are to be done once to old man’s.

On Sundays I like the market atmosphere in Samadhi Bali.

    Yoga in Samadhi Bali (test a class or mysore with Damien)

  • North of the island

    I loved discovering the center and the north of the island, more typical and protected by tourism, great on a scooter with a small backpack. 4 to 7 days are necessary to soak up the energy that reigns over the region and to appreciate the lush landscapes after the rainy season (after March). From Ubud, head north and stop to admire the famous Teggalalang rice terraces.

    Visit the Besakih temple, climb Mont Aung or Mont Batue. Stop at Singaraja, stroll in the hinterland towards Lovina, purify yourself under the falls of Sekumpul Waterfalls.

    Spend 2 nights at Munduk and choose a hotel with panoramic mountain views.

    A must in the region: Les Rizières de Jatiluwih (listed as a UNESCO heritage site).