Porto vs Ubud

Porto ๐Ÿ‡ต๐Ÿ‡น
Ubud ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ฉ
Population 237,559 112,490
Official language(s) Portuguese Indonesian and Balinese
Level of English Very High Low
Main airport Francisco Sรก Carneiro International Airport (OPO) Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPA)
Most common months to visit May - September May - October
Currency EUR - Euro (โ‚ฌ) IDR - Indonesian Rupiah (Rp)
Credit cards Accepted everywhere Accepted in some places
Remote worker visa Yes Yes
Average monthly costs $1759 $1363
Rent $717 $658
Groceries $148 $150
Dining out $280 $10
Cafe $45 $28
Coworking space $96 $106
Mobile internet $21 $3
Public transportation $95 $53
Taxis $25 $13
Shared bicycles and scooters $10 $33
Sport and cultural events $45 $14
Museums and sights $24 $9
Nightlife $66 $118
Gym $56 $72
Yoga $82 $87
Massage $48 $10
SIM card options Vodafone, MEO, NOS Telkomsel, XL Axiata
Tipping 5-10% at restaurants if happy with service, not expected at cafes or bars Tip 5 - 10% in restaurants if service charge is not included in the bill
Taxi apps Uber, MyTaxi, Cabify Grab, GoJek
Tap water Drinkable Not drinkable
Overall cuisine A variety of meats often mixed with fresh legumes and vegetables. Emphasis on rich seafood dishes and creamy desserts. Balinese foods revolve on the complex flavors from certain ingredients like fresh vegetables, meat, coconut milk, and time-tested spices mixture.
Local food specialities Bacalhau, Alheira de Mirandela, Francesinha, queido da serra da estrela, tripas a moda do Oporto, pasteis de chaves, tarte de amendoa Satay, nasi goreng, gado-gado, martabak, bubur sumsum
Eat like a local Local taverns, terraces, markets, tascas, churrascarias and local sports bars Warung for authentic babi guling and bebek betutu, cafes for kopi luwak, street stalls for pisang goreng, nasi campur, and sate lilit
Vegetarian / vegan options 46 options on Happy Cow 255 listings on Happy Cow