Few tips from top Indian vegetarian restaurants in Bali for your first Bali trip

An island with the most picturesque of locations, an undeniably relaxed vibe and a party capital for sure, Bali is a land for all travelers seeking respite from the chaos of life. There’s literally everything you need for a perfect vacation. Be it taking a dip in the freshest of waters, lounging on the beach or eating some delicious Indian vegetarian food in Seminyak, Nusa Dua or anywhere else in Bali at Queens Tandoor. You’ll never be short of things to do. However, a nice guide about all you should do on the island would be nice too.

Here are a few tips by an Indian vegetarian restaurant in Bali for your first Bali trip.

Rent A Scooter

Scooters are abundantly available across Bali. It is one of the cheapest modes of transport and the most convenient too. You don’t have to go through the hassle of booking and canceling cabs, this makes it super easy. It also offers amazing ease in commuting to our restaurants offering Indian food in Ubud, Kuta & across Bali.

Carry Cash

Cash is the way to go in Bali. The island is not too high on card transactions or any other online forms of payment. Always carry cash of about 10,000 to 100,000 for daily expenditures. Of course, some top-end shops and malls do accept card payments but every other vendor on the street wouldn’t. We at Queens Tandoor Bali accept both cash card, so don’t fret when you come to dine with us.

Eat At The Best Restaurants In Bali

There’s a whole lot of culinary goodness to experience and chomp on in Bali. All the restaurants that offer this are brilliant too! The views, the service, and everything. There’s a lot witness in the Balinese F&B industry. You can expect the same excellence at our restaurant offering Indian dining in Nusa Dua.

A Spa Is a Must

When in Bali, a spa is a must. They not only have an amazing variety of options to offer and the best-in-class ones, but they are super cheap on the pocket too. Of course, there are expensive spas too so go ahead and take your pick. Witness the most mystical experience of Bali.

Stick To Your Budget

The low currency of the island unknowingly prods one to spend like there’s no tomorrow. Thus, it’s essential that you properly pan out a budget for your Bali trip and really stick to it. Even plan some extra budget for the unexpected spendings, so that you don’t go overboard. Moreover, everything in Bali is too tantalizing to skip so you might end up spending way more than you thought. For some affordable munching, head to our restaurant and satisfy your hunger pangs with some Indian food in Seminyak, Kuta & across our other branches in Bali.

Once you have this checklist in mind, you are sure to have an effortless and lovely experience in Bali. To make the trip even better, head to our Indian restaurant in Bali Indonesia.



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