55 Places to Visit in Bali, Tourist Places & Top Attractions
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Ubud

Those looking for a change, transformation, and spiritual awakening, apart from travelling to one of the world’s most affordable and beautiful town, travel to Ubud in Indonesia. It is a home to great culture, food, restaurants, sightseeing, spirituality, and travel. The Hollywood movie, Eat, Pray, Love was shot in Ubud. Ubud is mostly a retreat for yoga, meditation, and many wellness and adventure activities. It is an adventurer’s delight. The green pastures flanked by water bodies and clear sky are enough to set your body clock to the right timing. You can fine tune your bodily vibes and energies when you visit Ubud.

You can as well take a short course in ayurvedic medicine and yoga, live in cottages and resorts, go shopping, and have a great time well spent in this part of Indonesia. The festivals of Ubud are the most vibrant and colorful. Commuting within Ubud is easy by hiring a bike and driving around the town all by yourself. Ride paddy fields, historical places, and dense forests make Ubud one of the most
popular tourist places to visit in Bali. You can attend the beach parties and enjoy the Balinese dance in this town of Ubud in central Bali.

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Hectic, Burgeoning and Sprawling – the capital of Bali has been the nerve center of the island’s wealth and growth in the last half a century. For some, it may look like an appalling or disorganized place but if you spend a little time on its boulevards in the comparatively affluent government and business district of Renon, you’ll discover a rather more ostentatious side of the city.

Denpasar is definitely not a tropical utopia but is as much a part of the real Bali as the cliff top temples and the rice paddies. It is the hub of the island for over 800,000 locals and here one can easily access the shopping hubs and parks. More appealing here is the myriad of authentic and palatable restaurants and cafes that lure the flourishing middle class. You may also wish to venture into the markets of Denpasar, pivotal museums of the city and indulge in the modern Balinese vibe. Usually, visitors stay in the hotels, resorts and stay houses in the tourist towns of the South and visit Denpasar on a round trip during the day time. In case traffic is lean you can reach here in half an hour from Seminyak and 15 minutes from Sanur.   

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Literally translating to “Two Islands,” Nusa Dua Bali is an upscale Indonesian district located on the Bukit peninsula. It is famous for being home to some of the best high-end resorts in the entire country. Quite different from the rest of Bali, Nusa Dua tourism is also one-of-a-kind, having its own charm and beauty. Known as one of the best places in Bali for those who wish to spend time amidst tranquillity and serenity, Nusa Dua also boasts of pristine white and sandy beaches lined with tall, thick palm trees. It is also one of the most idyllic holiday spots in all of Indonesia, flocked by thousands every year.

Nusa Dua Bali is a preferred holiday spot by people who are looking for a relaxing beach holiday. Here, they can spend their days swimming or rejuvenating under the sun on the beach. Additionally, they can also spend time soaking in some of the most breath-taking and stunning views of sunsets and nature across the water, in addition to having candle light dinners on the beautiful beaches present here. For those who wish to explore the cultural side of Nusa Dua, they can visit the many temples scattered all over the region, along with taking the much-preferred camel ride through the town. For tourists who wish to take a glimpse at the culture of the region of Asia Pacific, they must definitely visit the Museum Pasifika.

Boasting of a great nightlife, Nusa Dua is also quite clean and pretty, and has many amazing cafes and restaurants which specialise in traditional Balinese and international cuisine. From shopping in the many resort markets and small shopping centres to enjoying water sports and activities like jet skiing, parasailing, wake boarding and scuba diving, among others, there is something catering to every type of tourist in Nusa Dua. 

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The port town situated in the northern region of Bali, Singaraja serves as the seat for the Buleleng Regency. The name literally translates into Lion King in Indonesian. Singaraja also served as the Dutch capital of Bali between the years 1849 and 1953.

The second largest city in Bali, the place consists of a population of over 120,000 people. This destination is covered with greenery that lines the very streets of the place and surviving Dutch colonial buildings that make up for a very charming scenario. The waterfront area that is located in the north of Jl Erlangga is worth exploring too. People spend hours by this charmingly sleepy waterfront as it emits a soothing experience.

Another chief attraction of Singaraja is Lovina – which is not exactly located within the city but merely a few miles away from it.

Singaraja held great importance during the time of Dutch rule as the city helped the latter to remain in administrative dominance in the whole of Bali. In fact, Singaraja now remains to be among those few places that consists of minutely visible traces of the Dutch, Chinese and the Islamic influence. After years of revolving and re-emerging, Singaraja is today recognized as one of the most important centres for education and culture.

There are only two airports in the whole of Bali. The other one is being debated to be built in the Kubutambahan region of Bali which lies east of Singaraja – making it extremely convenient for travellers to visit this place.


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Gianyar

Gianyar is primarily known to the rest of the world as a regency situated in the Indonesian province of Bali. While the area doesn’t hold a great space, it certainly holds varied activities and experiences for visitors – especially those visiting for the first time.


One of the primary attractions in Gianyar is the town of Ubud. It is referred to as the ultimate hub of art and tourism. Gianyar is rich not only in terms of wealth, but the kind of experiences it offers to every one who are interested in a quick weekend getaway.


Not only will the travellers be able to enjoy the comfort and luxury at the endless top-rated resorts and hotels of Gianyar but also seamlessly understand the rich prevailing culture of the destination.


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Nusa Lembongan was once the realm of shack staying surfers. Today, it definitely has hit the high point. True, you can very well get a simple room overlooking the beautiful sunsets and the surf breaks but you also have a choice to stay in one of those choicest boutique resort and relish on a scrumptious meal. The growth here has been phenomenal.

This is no way restricts the growth and the planning for future years in Nusa Lembongan. It is a burgeoning Bali island that only gets popular with each passing year. Well, this does not dismiss the fact that Nusa Lembongam is still a mellow place. However, this new found richness for the beautiful island of Indonesia is definitely paving way for substantial changes here. Some of them being: Several young boys riding around in their motorcycles to school, almost all the temples being refurbished and renovated and the remainder in the line, high end supremely comfortable luxury resorts being introduced and the time being marked by the arrival of the tourist boats (that come on package tours) rather than by the fall of a coconut or crow of a rooster. Hopefully, with the passage of years, it will get more popular as a tourist attraction in Indonesia.


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Kintamani is a land surrounded by beautiful captivating lively green nature lying in the lap of Indonesia. It is situated at the western edge of Bali. It has gained its fame throughout the world for its most adventurous dramatic view of volcano Mount Batur and charming serene beauty of the Batur Lake.

There are six ancient villages around the cauldron of Batur Lake. These villages are famous as Bali aga village, for their culture, houses and lifestyle of the villagers. Most of the villagers are employees of industrial tourism companies. If one shows respect to the villagers they become very friendly.

Kintamani encompasses a massive land of Mount Batur Caldera, Penelokan, Toya Bungkah, Batur, Kedisan, Abung, Songan and Kintamani villages that sits like a ring around the huge Batur Caldera. As it is, more or less, 1500 m above the sea level, the temperature remains around 15° and even losses down more at night. This cloudy n drizzly pleasurable weather helps to rejuvenate one and gives a romantic impact. Alike the lake and volcano, another tourist attraction of Kintamani is Pura Ulun Danu Batur, a nine directional temple.

Wondering about your stay in Kintamani? There are a lot of hotels in Kintamani that will offer you cosy and comfortable stays such as Kedisan Resort and Resto Apung, Lake View Ecolodge, Hotel Segara, Toya Devasya Natural Hot Spring and Resort, and many others. If you are a complete foodie, you can dine at any of the
restaurants in Bali out there like Pulu Mujung Warung, The Amora Bali, Etc. If you love partying at night, there is great nightlife in Bali.

Unfortunately, there is no known nightclub in Kintamani Village. The nightclubs and bars that are really famous in Bali are Kunti Shraya, Kecak Fire and Trance Dance, Rock Bar at Ayana Resort and Spa, etc.
For shopaholics, avoid the yelling vendors trying to sell you all rubbish. Buy fresh fruits instead. A special local orange called Jeruk Kintamani is a must have there. The fruit with citrus flavours is delicious.

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Gili Island is an archipelago in Indonesia. Just picture three miniscule desert islands, embellished with the coconut palms and white-sand beaches, nestled in a turquoise sea? That’s Gili Island for you! Regarded as the vision of the paradise, the archipelago has exploded in terms of popularity. It is burgeoning like nowhere else in whole of Indonesia. Here, you can find speed boats zipping the visitors directly from Bali and new and happening hotels coming up just about every month.

Typically, it shouldn’t be hard for anyone to comprehend or understand the unique appeal of Gills for a tranquillity endures and a green consciousness is improving. You’ll never find dogs or motorcycles here. Development here has been more charming than just ferocious or greedy. You can also find some concrete eyesores.  

Every island of this archipelago has a distinct character. Most cosmopolitan of the islands here is the Trawangan that is popular for its party and bar scene, vibrant culture, plush accommodations, stays and resorts and restaurants that lie in proximity to the definitive tropical chic. The local character of the Gili Island is the strongest and is a true melange of languor and buzz. Ideally, Gili Island is the best desert island getaway.

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Nusa Penida ranks as being among the three largest islands that can be found to be situated in the South-Eastern coast of Bali. The other two islands are Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Ceningan. This place comprises of a total of 200 square kilometres and although may appear small and petite, there is a lot waiting for the visitors to discover at this beautiful holiday destination. It is much larger than the other two islands and the tourist infrastructure is fast growing.

Interesting part about Nusa Penida is that it lacks abundance of natural, fresh water. Therefore, very little is grown of produced on the lands. However, basic food amenities come via means of boats. Therefore, some places charge slightly higher prices as compared to the rest of Bali. Luxury items won’t be discovered in this place as the island city prevails of being simplistic and rural by nature.

Nusa Penida only recently became the unofficial bird sanctuary for several endangered species of birds such as the Balinese Starling and other Indonesian birds. Looking at how things were panning out especially with the nearing extinction of the Balinese Starling bird, the Friends of the National Park Foundation or FNPF started an introduction program in 2004 that protected near-extinct birds. Under this program 64 birds were released into the wild. Since then, similar release bird projects have been preventing from these birds to become extinct.

When it comes to travelling in this area, there isn’t much to explore. You can catch the daily public ferry or the private speed boat. There are many quite, beautiful and sand-ful beaches that visitors can explore while they are here. Located mostly in the north and north-west coasts, these are among the best ones.


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Munduk Langki is situated in the Northern Coast hemisphere of Bali. This location makes up for the perfect holiday destination especially given how exotic the place truly is and the numerous, varied experiences that visitors can avail. This village encompasses for an over-all unassuming and is filled with beautiful buildings that hold great secrets.


Munduk Langki’s climate varies but more times than often, one can find a cooler climate prevailing in this village. Due to the given flora and fauna that can be discovered in this location, activities such as trekking through forested hills and hidden villages is among the most favourable things to do in Munduk Langki. One will often find Dutch-built assortment of houses and colonial-style buildings to appreciate that are typically scattered throughout the place.


Tourism wise there is a lot to this place than meets the eye. There is no worrying when it comes to staying in this location. There are a number of home-stays, hotels, restaurants or resorts that you can choose from and are located quite close to the heart of this beautiful town. Moreover, when it comes to basic amenities such as food – such things are well taken care of by the locals. There are so many activities one can indulge in while at this place.


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Uluwatu

Uluwatu is known as the surfer’s haven in Bali. They have the most beautiful cliff top resorts, luxurious villas, and mesmerizing beaches. Located to the South of Bali, it attracts many surfers from around the world every year. The temples of this place are the most beautiful and located in scenic landscapes. If you do not want to surf, you can eat, drink, enjoy the view, go beach walking, and relax at these stunning beaches. Considered one of the best romantic getaways, you can visit this resort town in Bali to get the best of sightseeing.

|There are many tourists places to visit in Uluwatu. You can get breathtaking panoramic view at the cliff tops, hike near the caves, discover many hidden beaches, and take photographs of the stunning monuments and temples at this place. You can also check out the reefs, deep water swells if you are an experienced swimmer, and surf at these beaches. You can attend the beach parties, stay in the pool villas, and make the most of your holidays in Bali by visiting Uluwatu. There is one of the most sacred temple situated at this peninsula region that is said to protect Bali from evil

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Seminyak Tourism is one of the most luxurious experiences you can have in Bali. With antique temples and various famous monuments, this place holds its significance in travel destinations in Bali. It is the ultimate place for you in Bai if enjoy less crowd as this place is visited by very few people. 

You will find lesser people on the fine beaches which implies that you can enjoy a good time in peace. Moreover, the coast has colorful marine life which could be explored through snorkeling and scuba diving. Along with that, you can indulge in other water activities. This city also offers excellent restaurants which serve exquisite Balinese and Indonesian food along with a variety of international foods as well. Moreover, you will find amazing beach clubs where you can dance off your tiredness over a couple of excellent cocktails. 

If you wish to enjoy your drink in silence then there is no shortage of good bars in the city. All these things complemented with a calm sunset at a place with less rush is the essence of the city.

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Bedugul

Often regarded as the lake side area, Bedugal is the first place you’ll reach on the hill top when you come fro, the South Bali. Despite that, you might not necessarily take a pause here since the area is very small.

Located near the Lake Bratan in the centre north region of the island on the road that lies between Singaraja and Denpasar, Bedugal lies 48 kilometres north of the capital city of Bali. Nestled in the Tabanan Regency, there are several lakes located in close proximity to this lake resort namely the Lake Tamblingan and Lake Buyan.

Given the fact that Bedugal lies at an elevation of about 1500 meters i.e. 4900 feet above the sea level, the weather here is pleasant. Some of the notable sites here include the Pura Ulun Danu Bratan water temple as well as the Bali Botanic Garden. Spread over an area of 157.5 hectares, this is also the largest botanic garden in Indonesia. The Bali Botanic Garden was opened in the year 1959 and is indeed the most important place to see here. So, whenever, you are up for a trip to Bali, do plan at least a day tour to this small beautiful city of Indonesia.


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Tabanan

Another one of the main regencies that help make up for the beautiful and perhaps, one of the most sought-after holiday destinations in the world, Bali is the city of Tabanan. With an expansive area of approximately 839.33km, the city is home to up to 400,000 people hailing from varied backgrounds. While the city is comparatively smaller than most major cities in Bali and the world, Tabanan is divided into ten different districts on the basis of the geographical distinction followed by population accordingly. These ten districts are: Selemadeg, Selemadeg Timur, Selemadeg Barat, Kerambitan, Tabanan district, Kediri, Marga, Baturiti, Penebel and Pupuan.

Each of these destinations has something unique to offer to its visitors. For instance, the Penebel district located in the North of Tabanan consists of wide expanding paddy fields that allows visitors an insight into the local farming culture and rural life of Bali. At the same time, the more developed region of Tabanan such as the main city area offers tourists with experiences that are individualistic only to the city life including the diverse entertainment and adventurous activities as well as the shopping experiences that might not be available anywhere else.

The atmosphere is Bali is quite cool especially given the terraced land that lies against the spell-binding background of the two different mountains which are located quite close to the city of Tabanan. These mountains are, Mount Batukaru and Mount Agung. Lying on an altitude of approximately seven hundred meters, the cool atmosphere is what makes up for a wonderful experience in Tabanan.

However, the main attraction of the place remains to be its agricultural fields that the heads of Tabanan city have especially put in special effort in preserving. The tourism facilities are quite comforting too with hotels, resorts and homestays available just a skip away from all the important place around the city of Tabanan. Enjoy Tabanan’s natural beauty at simple prices and zero complications.


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Klungkung is the administrative capital of the Regency and is one of the most important historical and cultural town in Indonesia which holds a lot of significance. It was a hub of development of the Golden age of art in Indonesia. This place made a mark in the history of Bali after the Invasion of the Dutch in 1908, which resulted in a lot of destruction when 200 members of the royal family and court were killed. Holding a lot of historic significance, this place is also a great portrayal or culture and art. If you want to visit a holiday destination which is a mix of history, art, culture as well as beautiful nature in the form of serene and sparkling blue beaches, you do not need to think of any other place.

Klungkung Regency is not at all an expensive tourist destination and hence, not matter what your budget is, you will surely be able to enjoy a great holiday over here. This place is perfect for holiday with your family as well as friends and if you are a solo traveler who wants to visit a peaceful place, there is no place better than this one. You can have a really peaceful vacation over here and experience a unique satisfaction of mind while holidaying here.


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Marga

Capital of the Karangasem district, Amlapura is the key transport junction and town junction in the eastern Bali. It is very well connected to almost every part of the Bali. Though being the smallest of the Bali’s district capitals, it is worth a stop to check out the different royal palaces here.

Until the year 1963, Amlapura was known by the name of Karangasem. During that time, the Agung volcano erupted with a massive force and caused devastating damage. This was the reason why Karangasem was rechristened and reborn again as Amlapura so as to get rid of any further "unlucky" association.

One of the most significant attraction of the Amlapura is the puri or the traditional palaces. You can locate the northern, western, eastern or southern puri found at several places in Amlapura. These palaces are till date occupied by the members from the royal family. Of all the palaces, the only one that is easily accessible is the Puri Kangin located on the eastern end. Besides this, you can also plan a visit to the old Puri Agung Karangasem, Palace that was the seat of the erstwhile King of Karangasem. Though not a favourite in the itinerary of the tourist’s visiting Indonesia, you can still plan a visit to check out the vast range of architectural marvels located here.   


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Besakih

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Lombok

Tourist places in Lombok give tough competition to other similar kinds of tourist destinations all across the globe. The best thing regarding this place is that despite the presence of its superstar neighbor, Bali, the island is able to make a constant buzz and is able to attract visitors who are looking something different from its superstar neighbor.The presence of graceful white-sand beaches, spectacular turquoise bays, lush forest interiors, hiking trails in the course of rice and tobacco fields are just a few things to mention that you will be enjoying in this beautiful part of the world.Lombok is also referred as ‘Unspoiled Bali’. Thus, if you have plans to travel and spend some quality time amidst nature, then this destination is certainly one of the best choices for you.  Accommodation and eateries are, never a problem here. Apart from being lost in the lovely sceneries, there are so many things to do in this wonderful place like shopping, adventure activities, treks and much more.

 

As the place is not engulfed with many tourists, you can spend more quality time here without much hindrance. This makes this place more suitable for your honeymoon. Spend some amazing time with your partner by losing yourself to the beauty of nature and grab some astonishing memories for the lifetime.Now if you are still thinking whether you shall plan a trip to Lombok or not, then this fact can be a game changer. Here you will come across Gunung Rinjani, which is the second highest volcano in Indonesia. The summit of this volcano completes with dazzling Crater Lake and hot springs.  Isn’t this amazing? Likewise, there are so many things to explore and refresh you in this awesome place which is all surrounded by some astounding beauty of nature and thrilling adventures.

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Canggu

Tampaksiring is a temple town in the northern part of the Denpasar city in Bali. Those who are interested in the architecture and cultural tours can visit this town for its temples and natural beauty. There are some good restaurants and places to stay in this town that serve home cooked food. You can visit this town during the day and go on sightseeing trips. The Tirta Empul is the famous temple in this town. It has sacred waters in which pilgrims take a dip. This town has a spiritual community and this temple is popular amongst Hindus across the world.

Stretching for miles together, you will find street shops that sell arts and crafts items. None of the shops sell mass produced items, but only handicrafts in wood carvings. The products sold do not have finesse. The spring temple has water arising from the land and is believed to be from infinite waters. There are papyrus inscriptions on the temple that narrate how, Bhatara Indra, the Sun god created this temple. It depicts the interesting tale of the miraculous king, Mayadenawa, who was said to have powers to appear whenever he wants which to his arrogance claiming himself as god. The water of the temple are said to have medicinal properties.


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Kabupaten is a regency in Indonesia and famous for offering its guests with a unique tranquility and peace of mind. With abundant healing centers and places to relax your tired mind, body and soul, Kabupaten is a place where you will experience sheer serenity and calm. This is a destination perfect for getting away from the hustle and bustle of city life.

Kabupaten has an array of enjoyment options for different types of travel preferences. If you want to witness grand temples, meditation centers and learn some yoga for rejuvenating your body, there is no other place more perfect for a vacation that Kabupaten. You can visit this place with your family as well as friends and have the best time of your life at this Island destination which is truly magical.

Kabupaten is a destination everybody should visit at least once just to experience the kind of tranquility this has to offer. If you are not a typical tourist who is looking for only sight-seeing destinations, this place perfect to be visited by you. So do not wait and add Kabupaten to your next destination bucket list.


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Jimbaran is a little fishing village as well as a coastal resort near the south of Kuta. The Jimbaran beach has calm waters and atmosphere and some really scenic views. There are a lot of activities to enjoy here as tourists. Some of them include visiting theme parks, dining at authentic fish restaurants, strolling in the tropical green forests and witnessing the lively open air fish market. If you are a surfing enthusiast, this place is like a heaven for you because it produces some of the strongest surf waves in the world. Bali is a beautiful beach paradise and you can enjoy the best time of your life over here.

This spot is perfect for a week-long vacation with your family as well as friends and partners. You can have an adventurous, fun as well as a romantic holiday in Bali, and the most special part of this destination is that it is not over-crowded with flock of tourists. This place is a traveler’s paradise and a heavenly destination for you to enjoy one of the most memorable vacations of your life. So get set, book your tickets and be ready to experience sheer calm and peace of mind on this vacation.


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Other Attractions

Bali Swings, the perfect setup for your dream picture, is a fascinating place that attracts thousands of tourists from all over the world. Secured by safety harnesses, you get to swing at roughly 40 meters above the ground looking over rice paddy fields and jungle views, and it is a mind-blowing activity to enjoy. Get the cameras ready and rolling as you swing with your partner to capture the best moments in Bali.

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While in Bali this is another place which you cannot afford to miss. Make your holidays a lot more exciting while you visit the famous Bali Safari & Marine Park and get a chance to dine besides the animals. The Bali Safari and Marine Park was set up by Taman Safari Indonesia; covering 40 hectares of land in the Gianyar regime.

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Break away from the bustle of city life amid the lush and serene paddy fields at the Tegallalang Rice Terraces. The fields are uniquely cut out in a terraced layout along the hillsides lending the entire area a graceful pattern that is truly a visual treat. You can also interact with the local farmers to know more about Balinese culture.

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Home to one of the most impressive collections of wildlife in Indonesia, Bali Zoo stands out among the biggest highlights of this stunning island city. While the sheer variety of biodiversity is staggering, Bali Zoo is better known for its range of immersive experiences- whether it be dining with jungle beasts, going on elephant safaris, or nighttime tour of the Zoo.

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Bali Bird Park gives you the opportunity to meet unique species of birds from all around the world nestling in the lush green garden. Spreaded over 2 hectares, the whole garden replicates natural landscapes of Bali forest. Home to almost 1000 birds of 250 different species, the park is considered to be the largest bird conservatory in Bali..

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Admire the beauty of Tanah lot, the Land in the sea, which is a famous heritage site in Bali. You will be greeted with a panoramic view of the charming land facing the open sea. Preserving the Balinese culture, the traditional stone carvings at the hindu temples here share some insights about the people of Bali and their folklore.

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Uluwatu Temple, an ancient hindu temple with ocean vistas, is a sacred temple that is cherished by the people of Bali and tourists alike. Perched atop a cliff, the temple is surrounded by prehistoric relics that indicate the temple dates back to the 10th century. Do not miss out on the captivating Kecak dance performance while visiting Uluwatu temple.

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The Elephant Park in Bali is considered one of the best in the world. Explore an extensive museum with a vast collection of elephant memorabilia, including one of the largest mammoth skeletons in Southeast Asia. This Safari Park in Bali provides visitors with the opportunity to encounter these majestic animals up close and humanely in an undeniably beautiful setting.


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The Goa Gajah complex includes a demon-mouthed cave, a sacred pool, a section dedicated to the Buddha, and a meeting hall, making it one of the most revered religious sites in Bali. The cave, known as Elephant Cave, houses a lingam and yoni depicting Hindu God Shiva and his wife and a statue of Ganesha, Shiva's son. There are Buddhist images of stupas and chattras around the pool.

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Another precious attraction in Kintamani which is a must visit for you during your trip to the enchanting destination of Bali, is the famous Lake Batur(Danau Batur). Take in the crisp mountain air and majestic scenes of Lake Batur (Danau Batur) a crescent shape waterway in the shadow of an active volcano. Mount Batur sits at the focal point of a huge caldera- - a pit like bowl shaped by volcanic action - of which the lake fills the southeastern side. Take a boat on the lake, trek to the highest point of the well of lava for shocking perspectives, and afterward go for a dunk in the hot springs ignoring the water.

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The Pura Taman Saraswati Temple is a captivating Hindu temple located in Ubud, and it is a major tourist-spot. It is dedicated to the goddess Saraswati, the Hindu deity of knowledge, arts, and wisdom. The temple is renowned for its stunning architecture and serene surroundings. Intricate stone carvings and statues of Saraswati can be found throughout the temple complex, creating a serene and spiritual atmosphere. 

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One of the most famous water parks of Bali, Waterbom is also one of Asia’s top water parks that gives a boutique, botanical waterpark experience. It is a great place to spend an entire day splashing and swimming with your entire family. The park has numerous rides, each more unique and enjoyable than the next. Apart from this, it is famous for its greenery, restaurants, a food court and a swim-up bar.

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Bali Treetop Adventure Park offers an exhilarating experience amidst the lush surroundings of Bedugul Botanical Gardens. With various thrilling circuits and obstacles suspended in the treetops, visitors can enjoy zip lines, suspension bridges, and Tarzan jumps. The park provides a unique and adventurous way to explore Bali's natural beauty.

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If you're looking for a spot to rejuvenate your mind and body, Bali's Tegenungan Waterfall is the destination to go. Spend the day in the sun, swim or leap into a cool pool, enjoy quality time with family or friends, and soak up the peace and refreshing ambiance. Nestled amidst lush landscapes, this waterfall is perfect for wildlife photographers. 

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Accounted for its picturesque beauty, Seminyak Beach is one of the tourist magnets of Bali with alluring beach restaurants and beautiful boutiques. People flock here to witness the outstanding beauty and enjoy an upscale experience at the numerous Spas and shopping destinations. The beach is renowned for offering the widest range of watersports and even horseback riding by the sea!

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Get amazed with the 21-story monument that showcases the deity of Lord Vishnu riding the Garuda that is regarded as a legendary bird. At this cultural park, one can have an amazing time as it features a number of entertainment zones like the Garuda cinema where you can watch the Balinese movie and take a deep look into its history or can just tour the 60-hectare park with the GWK loop buses that have large windows and allows visitors to enjoy the views without any obstruction.

There is even an Amphitheater where one can learn about the Vishu’s story and can learn a little more about history with the carved walls and ceilings.

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Kuta Beach is on the bucket list of every traveler going to Bali due to the variety of experiences it offers. From exciting water sports such as surfing or scuba diving, upscale restaurants, shopping complexes to fascinating nightlife, Kuta Beach has it all. The amazing transformation of this beach led this to become a hotspot of tourists in Bali.

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Lempuyang Temple, also known as Pura Penataran Agung Lempuyang is one of the oldest and most visited temples in Bali by locals and tourists alike. Sitting at an altitude of 1175 meters, Lempuyang Temple invites visitors to admire the stunning views of Mount Agung through the ‘Gate of Heaven,’ which you reach only after climbing the 1700 steep stairs.

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Jimbaran Beach in Bali, Indonesia, boasts pristine golden sands and stunning sunsets. Famous for its seafood dining on the shore, visitors enjoy fresh catches while waves gently lap the shore. With a tranquil atmosphere, Jimbaran is a popular destination for both relaxation and indulging in delicious beachside cuisine.

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Kuta Theater offers captivating performances combining traditional Balinese dance, drama, and music. Situated in the heart of Kuta, Bali, it provides a cultural extravaganza for tourists and locals alike. With vibrant costumes, elaborate sets, and talented performers, the theater promises an immersive experience into Balinese culture.

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The Ubud Royal Palace, located in Bali, Indonesia, is a cultural landmark renowned for its traditional Balinese architecture and rich history. Also known as Puri Saren Agung, it serves as a hub for cultural events and traditional performances. The palace showcases intricate carvings and ornate designs, reflecting Bali's artistic heritage.

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Jatiluwih Green Land nestled amidst lush rice terraces, it offers a mesmerizing vista of Bali's natural beauty. Visitors can wander through the verdant fields, soaking in the tranquility and serenity of the surroundings. With its picturesque views and rich cultural significance, Jatiluwih Green Land is a must-visit destination for nature enthusiasts and photographers alike.

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Nestled amidst lush greenery, Penulisan Temple is a serene sanctuary steeped in history and spirituality. Located in the village of Penulisan, it offers a tranquil escape for visitors seeking cultural immersion. With its ancient architecture and stunning views of Mount Agung, it's a captivating destination for those exploring the cultural richness of Indonesia.

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Make your Kintamani stay an exciting one while you head out for this one of a kind coffee farm tour in Bali. Get a chance to taste from the best of coffee while your visit this amazing Luwak Civet Coffee Farm. Civet espresso or Coffee luwak is one of the best items here in Kintamani. Witness the entire process of espresso appropriate from the seed till the coffee powder is prepared.  

The whole nature process of coffee making will astonish you. From drying the coffee seeds to roasting the coffee beans in natural pans made of clay are a rare sight which you get to see easily. Learn about this whole process and also interact with the locals and the techniques which are used. The aroma of the coffee beans will lure you away. Sip in that delicious fresh cup of coffee and don’t forget to take few back home.

 Location: Luwak Civet Coffee Farm is located at Jalan Raya Kintamani, Kintamani, Bali, Indonesia.

 Price: The approximate price starts from IDR 825,840.

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Tirta Empul Temple, also known as Pura Tirta Empul, is situated in the village of Manukaya, near Tampaksiring town in central Bali. It is renowned for its holy spring which is a major source of fresh water in the region as well. The Balinese Hindus consider this water to be amritha, or holy, and they visit the temple for ritual purification in order to cleanse their souls and protect themselves from evil forces.

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Include a visit to one of the most important religious sites, Ulun Danu Beratan temple, while touring Bali. It is a grand temple complex comprising a series of 8 Hindu shrines and a Buddhist stupa. Combining strong overtones of Buddhist and Hindu architecture, the temple stands reflective of Bali’s secular culture. A boat ride through the Bratan lake will take you to these floating temples.

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The Blanco Renaissance Museum showcases the exquisite artwork of the Blanco family. Founded by the late artist Antonio Blanco, the museum immerses visitors in a vibrant collection of paintings, sculptures, and memorabilia, providing a glimpse into the creative legacy of this talented family in a stunning tropical setting.

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Kuta Beach Sea Turtle Conservation Programme, initiated Mr. Agung and Wayan, safeguards sea turtle nests. Turtle Rangers monitor the beach, relocating eggs to the hatchery for incubation. Tourists engage in releasing baby turtles, fostering awareness. Over 50,000 eggs were relocated in 2012-2013, with an 80% hatching rate. 

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Lovina Beach in Bali is a tranquil coastal gem known for its black sand shores, dolphin-watching excursions, and vibrant coral reefs. Located on the island's northern coast, it offers a serene escape from the bustling southern tourist hubs, showcasing stunning sunsets, traditional fishing villages, and a laid-back atmosphere.

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The Ubud Art Market, nestled in the heart of Bali, is a vibrant hub of artistic expression. Here, local artisans showcase their talent through intricate paintings, handmade crafts, and traditional souvenirs. Visitors can immerse themselves in the rich culture of Bali while browsing through colorful stalls, bargaining with friendly vendors, and discovering unique treasures to take home as mementos of their journey.

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Campuhan Ridge Walk in Ubud, Bali offers a scenic trek through lush rice terraces and vibrant hillsides. A serene path, it provides breathtaking views of the Campuhan River merging with surrounding valleys. Ideal for nature lovers and photographers, it's a tranquil escape, showcasing Bali's stunning landscapes.

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Vihara Dharmayan Kuta Temple, a historic Chinese Buddhist temple in Kuta, Bali, dates back to 1876. Maintained by local devotees, it features vibrant red walls and murals. The intricate eastern-style architecture includes a peaceful courtyard emitting fragrant smoke. Key structures include Baktisala with hanging lanterns, Dharmasala for family prayers, and a worship space for the Four Faced Buddha.

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One of Bali’s oldest Hindu temples, the Batuan Temple is dedicated to three of mightest Hindu deities- Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva. Learn about the exquisite Balinese architecture of each shrine at the temple, beautifully constructed with stones and fibre. The temple courtyard is riddled with sculptures, and sometimes hosts a local market held by artisans as well.

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Sekumpul Waterfall is a massive twin waterfall in Singaraja, Bali, with two 80-meter-high (260-foot) torrents cascading from the jungle canopy. If you're seeking for Bali's largest and best waterfall, this is most likely it! To top it off, you'll get to view some of the island's most beautiful jungles and rice terraces.

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Tirta Gangga is a lavishly decorated water garden located in Bali, spread over 1.2 hectares of crystal water pools, natural koi ponds, and surrounding tropical gardens. Formerly, these grounds were part of the ancient royal palace of the Karangasem kingdom, which was later turned into an ornamental garden. Marvel at the beautiful garden accented with bathing pools, ornate fountains, stone carvings and breezy pavilions.

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This beach is the perfect antidote to a stressful world. What’s more one can find the land gently sloping away revealing the majestic view of the hidden leafy tropical forest. Walk on the shore as you watch the amazing sunset here or just head out for a swim in the vast sea. Nothing can be a better medicine than the beckoning sea and cool breeze air here.

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One of the most hip locations in Bali, Canggu has secured its popularity among partygoers, beachlovers and adventurers alike. Explore the Canggu beach which is a designated word used for a series of beaches on your much-awaited trip to Bali. Although the rough waters off the coast make it unfit for swimming, the beach gathers surfers from across the country.

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Ubud Celuk Village, renowned for its exquisite silver craftsmanship, is a hidden gem in Bali. Wander through narrow streets lined with workshops and galleries showcasing intricate jewelry designs. Witness skilled artisans at work, crafting stunning pieces using traditional techniques passed down through generations. Located near Ubud, it's easily accessible and offers a unique cultural experience for visitors.

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Pura Petitenget Temple, nestled in Seminyak, Bali, is a serene escape. It offers a tranquil atmosphere complemented by breathtaking scenery. During festivals, the temple dazzles with colorful lights, enhancing its beauty. Accessible from all directions, it remains untouched by urbanization, inviting peaceful exploration.

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Arguably the most photogenic spot on your whole Bali trip, Kelingking Beach is one of those perspectives that is difficult to trust that it's genuine when you see it surprisingly. This whole beach front territory is especially excellent - the white cliff balance drastically with the turquoise blue waters. This is to a greater extent a perspective than a climb; however it's positively worth making a reroute to see! 

Stop in a soil parcel with perspectives of the sea, and you can take after an earth way downhill to one side of the stand. There are no signs, and a portion of the guests resting at the stand didn't understand there was a more glorious post right down the way. After around 100 feet, you will abruptly develop at the edge of a precipice that river into thin landmass sticking out into the sea.

Highlights: The beach is famous for cliff Jumping and swimming.

Location: Kelingking Beach is located at Bunga Mekar, Nusa Penida, Bunga Mekar, Nusapenida, Kabupaten Klungkung, Bali 80771, Indonesia

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Pura Ulun Siwi Temple, located in Bali, Indonesia, is a significant Hindu sea temple dedicated to the goddess Dewi Sri, the rice and fertility goddess. Known for its serene setting, the temple plays a vital role in Balinese religious ceremonies. Its architecture reflects the island's rich cultural and spiritual heritage.

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Trunyan Village, nestled on the shores of Lake Batur, offers a unique cultural experience in Indonesia. Known for its ancient burial tradition where bodies are left to decompose naturally, the village attracts curious visitors seeking cultural insights. The nearby Trunyan Temple, dedicated to the village's ancestors, adds to its mystique. Accessible by boat from Toya Bungkah, it's a journey worth taking for a glimpse into Trunyan's fascinating traditions.

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Another one in the list of places to visit in Denpasar, Bali Museum is the place where you can learn about the rich history of the Indonesian culture. Right from the age-old styles of architecture to the textiles of the bygone era, there is a wide spectrum of things preserved in the museum. The museum features four main areas and each one of them has something unique of its own. Be it the archaeological findings or the weapons used in the war, there is everything in the museum.

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Nestled in Bangli, Kehen Temple is a sacred gem of Bali. Known for its ancient architecture and vibrant festivals, it's a cultural marvel. Set against a backdrop of lush greenery, the temple exudes a serene atmosphere. Visitors marvel at intricate carvings and towering structures, steeped in Balinese history. Located in Bangli Regency, it's a must-visit for those seeking spiritual enlightenment and cultural immersion.

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Nestled in the village of Toya Bungkah, the hot springs offer a rejuvenating escape. Surrounded by lush greenery and overlooking Lake Batur, it's a serene oasis. Visitors soak in the therapeutic waters while enjoying stunning views of the lake and Mount Batur. Adjacent to the hot springs lies Pura Ulun Danu Batur Temple, adding cultural significance to this tranquil retreat.

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Kedonganan Beach, near Jimbaran, is renowned for its seafood eateries and scenic ocean views. Its pristine white sands and gentle waves create an idyllic setting for sunset strolls or leisurely walks. The bustling fish market offers fresh catches, while romantic beachside restaurants serve delectable grilled seafood dishes.

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Kuta Night Market offers a vibrant culinary experience in Bali. Open-air stalls serve diverse local delicacies, from grilled seafood to traditional Indonesian dishes. Visitors can immerse themselves in the bustling atmosphere, sampling street food and enjoying live music performances. The market is a hub of activity after sunset, attracting both tourists and locals seeking authentic flavors and a lively ambiance.


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Kuta Square, adjacent to Kuta Beach, is a shopper's haven in Bali, featuring an array of boutiques, surf shops, and eateries. Noteworthy stores like Matahari Department Store and big brands like Gucci and Nike attract tourists and locals alike. Beyond shopping, visitors can enjoy dining at local restaurants. Kuta Square promises a memorable experience with diverse offerings, ensuring unforgettable memories of Bali.

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