Consider travelling with ear plugs, or grab some from the Apotek ( chemist ).
Bali is a vibrant yet noisy island and if you really want to enjoy some sleep then you may benefit greatly having these on hand.
Anything and everything from:
- noisy neighbours,
- late arrivals /early departures from the hotel,
- construction sites,
- night clubs,
- aeroplanes overhead ( louder in Alang Alang thatched roof villas and hotels),
- insects (more so on the Bukit and Ubud),
- calls to prayer,
- or partners snoring (after a few too many bintangs),
these little ear plugs can be your savior.
After all everyone loves a good night sleep. 🙂
I couldn’t agree more that earplugs are a necessity, especially in Bali! I have just returned from a 6 week study/holiday trip and made sure I packed my earplugs!! I spent most of my time in Nusa Dua and there was a lot of ceremonies and singing in the area. There are also a lot of roosters (cocks), particularly on Lembagon and Cenigan Island so they are a must out there to block out the noise especially early in the morning!!
Love your blog by the way even if I have return to the land of Aus!!!
Oh wow what a wonderful trip you had. Yes those roosters don’t seem to know about appropriate times do they hahaha, glad you enjoy the blog also thank you x