For our final day in Lembongan we decided to hire a scooter so we could explore the rest of the island and check out Nusa Ceningan too. The two islands are connected by a bright yellow suspension bridge, that’s only just wide enough for people to walk across or travel by scooter – no cars or buggies allowed!

The roads are much smoother in Ceningan, but it is seriously hilly! You’ve really got to give it some gas uphill otherwise you’ll end up toppling over (which we saw a girl do halfway up one of the steepest hills!). After 10 minutes or so I did feel really confident on the moped so it was no trouble for us!

We spent a couple of hours exploring both Nusa Ceningan and Lembongan before stumbling across a beach club with a big pool. We stopped there for a swim to cool off and a beer and then hopped back on the bike to Bali Eco Deli for lunch. I’d read that it was some of the best veggie food on the island, and we were lucky enough to have the most delicious lunch and smoothies! They also had probably the best WiFi on the island so it’s the perfect cafe to chill out and catch up on everything you’ve been missing at home, along with some amazing food.

After heading back home (and running out of petrol on route) we managed to catch the sunset at Cloud Bar, a little bar right on the cliff edge with an amazing view. We chilled at the hotel and tried to sort out some places to say for the remainder of our time in Bali and then headed out for dinner. We went to Oishi, which did probably the best sushi we’ve had since we’ve been away! We ordered literally every veggie dish on the menu and had a real feast – it was our last night after all!

The yellow bridge between Lembongan and Ceningan

Beach club in lembongan

Sunset at the Cloud Bar