What To Pack For Your Bali Honeymoon

Are you eagerly counting down the days to your Bali honeymoon? It’s surely going to be an enchanting journey into a world of magical romance, tropical luxury, and new adventures.

As you anticipate your unforgettable escape to Bali’s paradise, make sure you have all the right essentials packed for your comfort. 

This “what to pack for your Bali honeymoon” guide will tell you everything you need to know to have a stylish, comfortable, and stress-free honeymoon in Bali.

What To Wear On Your Bali Honeymoon?

So, you have booked your Bali honeymoon package and you are ready to embark on your romantic holiday. But what should you pack? Bali has a tropical climate. The weather is hot and humid all year round. Simple and comfortable clothes like; light coloured linen clothing, flowy dresses, breathable cotton separates, swimwear and sandals or flip flops will be essentials for your trip.

Keep a few dressier options in your bag for upscale dining venues as you’ll be spoiled for options in this regard in Bali. 

In case you forget something — fret not! There are convenience stores selling essentials at every turn. There are plenty of stores selling summer clothing as well. So even if you choose to pack light and shop here, you’ll be fine.

Here’s a more detailed breakdown of what to wear for different occasions for your Bali Honeymoon: 

Daywear In Bali

Casual summer clothing is the best clothing for daywear in Bali. Opt for lightweight and breathable fabrics like cotton and linen and comfortable footwear like sandals or flip-flops for strolls and beach outings. 

Pack comfortable and stylish outfits like airy tops, shorts, swimwear, dresses, t-shirts, and singlets. Include sunglasses, a sun hat or a headscarf for added protection and style.

Eveningwear In Bali

Bali’s evening dress code is smart casual or formal depending on where you’re headed to.

Usually, the evening wear is relaxed at restaurants and bars. Choose lightweight and flowy dresses or smart casual attire. 

An elegant evening dress is best suited for a romantic dinner venue and or upscale dining experiences such as at Apéritif Restaurant.

Activewear In Bali

Pack activewear and comfortable walking shoes, sneakers or sandals for adventurous explorations or leisurely escapades or if you feel like indulging in Yoga or a short session in the gym at Viceroy Bali, Ubud.

Opt for breathable and moisture-wicking fabrics for outdoor activities to stay comfortable all day. It’s good to pack a light rain jacket or windbreaker for unexpected weather changes. 

Templewear In Bali

When visiting temples in Bali, dress respectfully. For the upper body, wear a shirt or blouse that covers the shoulders and arms. Cover your knees and legs with a sarong or scarf. Make sure you stick to local customs and traditions.

Swimwear In Bali

This includes swimwear essentials like swimsuits, sarongs and beach cover-ups. Include a quick-dry towel for beach days or unexpected rain showers.

Accessories For Bali

Carry a dry bag to keep your belongings safe and dry during water activities. Carry along a versatile bag or backpack for essentials for simple shopping during excursions.

Additional Tips For Your Bali Honeymoon Packing

There are a few more essential items to keep in mind to ensure a smooth and enjoyable experience:

Sun Protection Essentials: Pack high-SPF sunscreen, lip balm with SPF, and after-sun lotion to soothe and moisturise your skin after a day of sun exposure.

Toiletries and Personal Care: Don’t forget your personal care items like toothbrushes, toothpaste, shampoo, conditioner, deodorant, and perfumes to stay fresh and comfortable throughout your honeymoon.

Insect Repellent and Hand Sanitizer: Protect yourself from mosquitoes and germs by packing insect repellent and hand sanitiser. These items are essential for your outdoor activities and maintaining hygiene while exploring Bali’s natural beauty.

Phone-related Accessories: Ensure your phone stays charged and connected by bringing phone-related accessories like a charger and adaptor.

Portable Water Bottle: We recommend bringing a refillable water bottle while you are out on excursions. Many Bali honeymoon hotels, resorts, villas and public places offer filtered water refill stations. In this way, you can avoid buying bottled water and reduce plastic waste.

Local Currency and Payment Options: Carry Indonesian Rupiah for convenience when shopping or dining at local establishments. While credit/debit cards are widely accepted in tourist areas, we advise having cash on hand for smaller purchases or transactions.

Prescription Medication: If you take prescription medication, be sure to bring an adequate supply for the duration of your trip. Pack medications in their original packaging and carry a copy of your prescriptions and a doctor’s note for verification if necessary. Bring along nausea or diarrhoea tablets (Just in case you have stomach discomfort.)

Entertainment and Gadgets: Bring along entertainment options such as books, e-readers, or music players for relaxation during downtime. Many accommodations offer Wi-Fi access. But it’s always good to have offline entertainment options so that you’re not dependent on the internet or other comforts.

Emergency Contact Information: Carry a list of emergency contacts, including local emergency numbers and contact details of your embassy or consulate. Having this information readily available ensures quick access to assistance in case of emergencies.

Items Not To Pack For Your Bali Honeymoon

Warm jumpers and winter coats: Bali doesn’t experience the typical northern winter. So, leave such heavy clothing at home. 

Beach towels: Most hotels and honeymoon resorts in Bali supply beach towels to guests. So, you can avoid them. They end up taking a lot of space in your luggage anyway.

FAQS

Matt Brazier

Professionally trained Brand and Marketing Manager with a passion for the luxury hospitality industry. Have visited Asia about 60 times in the last 10 years, staying in some of the top hotels in the world. Having worked in operations, sales, product, and marketing allows me to connect dots between many functions of a business. Absolutely love making businesses more differentiated and distinctive in the marketplace. Currently living in Ubud, Bali.

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