Flight tickets, checked
Victoria's Secret lingerie, checked
I think it's no secret that our honeymoon destination is gonna be Bali. Both H and I love the place although we've never been there. Yours truly here is a true beach girl at heart. Put me smack in the middle of any beach, sunscreen and bikini and I'll be happy as I can be. Kalau Keisha nyanyi Your Love Is My Drug, aku pulak - Swimming/Beach Is My Drug, boleh?
As you all know the annual MATTA FAIR is just around the corner. It's time for us b2b to grab this chance and find good deals and offer for our honeymoon regardless of where you want to go, local or international.
We had bought the tickets for the honeymoon eons ago. I think Air Asia was having a massive sale or deal during that time. The price was too good to pass so Fiance bought it immediately. Now what's left for us to find is the accommodation for the 5D4N period that we're going to spend there. Reading about places to stay in Bali is so overwhelming. Macam banyak je tempat-tempat best! Rambang mata sudah nak pilih mana satu.
All that we know, we want to take the advantage of being halal (ngeh ngeh) and stay at one of their beautiful private villa but with affordable price, of course. Kot kalau termengandung lepas tu boleh bangga cakap dekat anak;
"You're conceived at Bali's luxurious private villa with breathtaking sea view/garden view and an infinity private swimming pool"
Wah, statement berangan tak ingat.
Tapi berangan itu indah, kan? HAHA
Fellow blogger bride, Tahirah also had her honeymoon in Bali and I did emailed her to ask few things on the accommodation, places to see and such. At first I was thinking of spending first 2 days at Kuta for sight seeing before head to more secluded places like Ubud or Nusa Dua and this is where the real honeymoon begins. Ehem.
But my fiance is thinking the opposite. His plan was to go to these secluded places first and few days before our departure only then we stay at Kuta as it's quite near to Denpasar airport.
I don't know... I mean we only had 5 days to do so many things and there are so many places to visit. I want to see the Kecak Dance in Uluwatu (or is it in Ubud?), visit the volcano up north of Bali, see the temples in Tanah Lot, have candle light dinner by the sea side in Jimbaran, experience the Bali spa ritual (this is a must for me!), oogling at hot surfers in Kuta's beach (oh wait, I'm a married woman by then. Damn!) See, so many things to do yet so little time!
Any ex-bride has anything to say about Bali? Or even b2b who had been to Bali before? I need to gather all tips and tricks and information before we go to MATTA FAIR this Saturday. Sure, I can have it all by reading Tripadvisor and such but I trust the word of fellow bride to be and ex-brides more. You ladies are one reliable source!
P/s: Any input on which hotels, packages, travel agents, recommended spa and its treatment, activities to do, drivers or anything that you could think of is highly appreciated and I really can't thank you enough if any of your willing to share. Maybe a little something something from Bali for your kind help, perhaps?