- Posted by DCAdmin
- On January 6, 2020
Living in Bali
In Bali, a couple can live like royalty in most towns for $2,400.
If you choose to live right by the beach in a three-bedroom villa with a pool, it’s sure to stretch your budget.
Forgo the pool and you could save yourself a few hundred dollars…but it’s a good thing to have since the weather is hot and humid all year long.
Eating meals out will cost you just a few dollars, especially if you eat out at the local warungs, or restaurants. But if you prefer international food it gets a little more expensive, although still affordable compared to prices back home.
The most cost efficient way to shop is to go to the local daily markets. You’ll find them in every town, and the produce usually comes from nearby farms, so you’re not only getting the freshest food, you’re also helping to support the local community.
There are also international grocery stores throughout Bali. Naturally, imported goods are more expensive, but many people are happy to splash out on the few products they might miss from back home.
You’ll find all the fruit, vegetables, eggs, meat, and fish at the local markets, and a trip to the grocery store for other basics like coffee, milk, and cheese, will stock the cupboards nicely.
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