Keeping Up With The Kardashians Bali Style
When they’re not partying it up in Miami, the Kardashians are jet-setting to some of the world’s most luxurious destinations. It’s no surprise then that the Kardashian clan set their sites on Bali to celebrate Kimmy K’s 38th birthday in style.
Not a family to do anything half-heartedly, we’re currently living through the insta-travel diary Kim, Khloe and Kourtney are throwing our way. Travelling in luxury the family apparently spent a whopping $30K+ staying at the luxurious resort, Soori Bali Hotel. Surrounded by crystal clear ocean and Bali’s famous rice paddies, Soori is the creme-da-la-creme of Balinese accommodation. The Kardashian’s teased followers with their Eat, Pray, Love moments, with Khloe stating, “Dear Bali, you were everything and more,” as she shares a sunset snap from Soori’s infinity pool overlooking the ocean.
Blessing us all with their insta-worthy feed, it looks as though the trio brought their kids along for family bonding time with Kourtney’s ex, Scott Disick, snapped collecting shells and enjoying the sunshine with the kids. Khloe and Kim’s youngest children relaxed by the Soori Hotel pool relishing in the tropical surroundings of Bali.
The family also shared snaps of them enjoying Balinese culture and visiting Bali locals. Kourtney visited the village of Tampaksiring home to the 11th century temple, Gunung Kawi, famous for its collection of ancient shrines. Interested in historical sites and culture, Kourtney and her kids spent quality time with local residents saying “how friendly and welcoming the people were”. It goes to show how Bali’s enriched culture and people have truly won the hearts of our fav Calabasas queens. Meanwhile, Kim showcased her enviable figure swinging effortlessly from a beachside tree swing and frolicking aboard their yacht.
This isn’t the first time the Kardashians have teased us with their luxurious trips around the world. Their island snaps have caught the attention of their millions of followers which goes to show, Bali really is the island of the gods - or in this case, goddesses.