How to have the perfect Bali vacation for less than $2,000
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How to have the perfect Bali vacation for less than $2,000

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The mere mention of Bali evokes images of lush, tropical rainforests, expansive beaches and beautiful Javanese architecture. While it's easy to assume that a vacation to Bali will cost a small fortune, this beloved Indonesian island offers some of the best values of any tropical paradise on the planet.

There are plenty of budget accommodations, food and local transportation are affordable, and even the spas offer massages and treatments at value prices. In fact, the most expensive part of your Bali vacation will probably be spent on airfare. All that said, you can easily spend a week or two in Bali for under $2,000, without having to sleep on the beach. Here are a few things to consider when planning Bali on a budget.

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