Its finally here this week! Ultranauts are you ready?
And what better way to make sure you get the most out of your Ultra Bali experience with our ultimate survival guide?
– How to get around
– Set time
– Some tips to make your Bali experience that much better all below.
Remember to respect the local community, clean up after yourself and keep a eye on your friends and belongings at all times!
OUR 3 HOT TIPS FOR MAKING YOUR ENTIRE BALI EXPERIENCE THAT MUCH BETTER.
Take something light to wear at night, be sun safe in the pounding Bali heat, drinks lots of water and put your phone on aeroplane mode to prevent your battery draining. Don’t be that guy who is passed out at 2pm missed the big shows and woke up cooked like a lobster. Make smart decisions and give your friends back home something to be much jealous of.
#2 Work out a game plan (then break it)
With so many DJS and love acts on the bill its going to be a sensory overload. Make a rough guide to which acts you most want to see and work around that. Once you arrive, sort out meeting points and times with your friends in case phone reception is scarce or you run out of battery. Keep in mind that walking through the huge crowds also adds minutes to your journey between stages so be flexible. That said, it’s also important to break your plan and go with the flow. Don’t walk past a stage or DJ you love because your friends want to go to the bar. #shaketherules
#3 Welcome To Bali
There’s more to Bali than parties and beaches. Spend some time exploring the different sides of Bali. Read some travel guides or find some time to get of the beaten track and find out what really happens and Bali away from the tourist meccas. Do some cooking classes, go get out to Lombok for a few days or take some yoga classes, Bali is your oyster so make the most of your time here not just camped up poolside hungover the entire stay.
Potato Head Beach Club Bali
Jl. Petitenget No.51B, Seminyak, Kuta, Kerobokan Kelod, Kuta Utara, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 83061