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Bali has become of the most popular holiday destinations thanks to its turquoise waters, white sand, magical temples and stunning rice paddies. Today we are sharing Simon's experience (a paraplegic from England) during the three weeks he spent travelling around the spectacular island, known as the Island of Gods.

Simon tells us that while travelling the island as a tourist, it is not easy to access certain sites, such as the temples for example. But he assures us that "the people in Bali are fantastic and they are always willing to find a solution to any obstacle", which means that wherever you go, someone is always willing to help. He recommends visiting the Tanah Lot temple at sunset, a magical time of day.

«Bali is a very small island. Taking a BATEC HYBRID handbike was a really good choice.» 

blog batectravels exploring bali on a batec handbike

 
As for the accommodation, Simon has travelled to Bali several times and he assures us that he has never had any problems finding accessible hotels. During his last visit they stayed in Seminyak, a lively area of the island, in a hotel with accessible rooms on the ground floor, as well as an accessible swimming pool and a car park where he could leave his handbike with the other bicycles and motorbikes.

One of Bali's defining features is that it is a very small island. Taking a BATEC HYBRID handbike was a really good choice, as it allowed him to move comfortably around the entire island. His wife and daughter decided to rent a moped to get around, as the hotel was 5 km away from the main beaches and eating areas. They went there every day and "thanks to the Batec handbike he could go with them. Without the bike the journey would have been tedious under the scorching sun".

«After this experience I wouldn't want to go travelling again without the Batec handbike» 

blog batectravels exploring bali on a batec handbike

 After three weeks in Bali they visited the neighbouring island of Lombok, with secluded beaches and pristine sand, before catching a ferry to the island of Gili Trawangan. "Moving around with the BATEC HYBRID handbike was perfect there too, because there are no cars or motorbikes on the island, and everyone gets around by horse and cart or bike".

To start with Simon was unsure about taking the handbike as he was worried about having trouble at the airport. However, "after this experience I wouldn't want to go travelling again without the Batec handbike". The next destination he has in mind is India, and at Batec Mobility we are looking forward to hearing about his experience of travelling with one of our handbikes alongside tuktuks.

 

 

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