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Best Places to Visit in Bali in 2019

  • 01 Kusamba Village Salt Farm

    Image Credit : Kusamba Village Salt Farm

    Kusamba is a major village in Klungkung Bali and its fame is lying in salt making and currently, it is one of the famous tourist destinations in Bali. The black sand beach in the village and a definitely beautiful panorama prevailing are the main reasons of its charm be enhanced.

    Fishing, as well as salt making, are the primary routine of the people in this village and they use the traditional ways to extract salt from the sea water and also while catching fish. Visitors of Kusamba Village would be able to observe the process of salt making as well as fishing.

    Highlights: Salt production happens under palm trees swaying in the peaceful wind on the beach. The sand that has been saturated from the sea water will be taken to the salt making hut and then it will be washed in more sea water. The salt water will be poured into a trough made of palm trees. The salt water will be evaporated and leave the salt to dry up and the farmers collect the salt and transfer it to the basket and then it will be packed and sold.

    The quality salt available in Bali comes from Kusamba which is rich in iodine. About 20-30 groups of people are producing salt in the village that too in the traditional way. Visiting this salt making village will surely be a unique experience and in the future days, salt making will be wiped out of the village since many people are not happy to do this job. You will be given an opportunity to observe the process of salt making.

    Location: The village is located at a distance of 20-minute drive from Semarapura City in Klungkung.



  • 02 Hatten Wines Farm

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    Wine farms in Bali are quite famous and among them, Hatten stands out because of pure wine and breathtaking scenery. Hatten Wine Farm is located along the North Coast of Bali. Sprawling across a land of more than 35 hectares, Hatten provides a good time for the visitors with presenting the properly curated vineyards and they never run out of the supplies and of course the wine brewed here is of premium quality.

    Hatten Wines has been evolving since 1994 in Bali, broke the rules of traditional viticulture and winemaking. The new trials and testing have helped Hatten to become a solid winemaking company.

    Highlights: AGA White, AGA Red, Alexandria, Hatten Wines Rose, Tunjung, Jepun Sparkling, Pino de Bali are the most famous wine brands produced in Hatten. They are made of different types of grapes that have different origins. The local people of North Coast of Bali built their houses around the vineyard as some of the workers live near the Pergolas.

    The main processes of winemaking happen in the laboratory facility with a capacity up to brew up 5000 bottles a day.

    Location: Jl. Raya Seririt-Gilimanuk, Desa Sanggalangit, Bali.



  • 03 Gardens of Sambangan

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    Gardens of Sambangan in Bali is a must visit location, especially for those who love to get reimbursed to the values of nature. The waterfalls amidst a pristine nature are the most loved attractions in Sambangan. Usually, visitors love to do trekking to the gardens along the vast paddy fields and the thick tropical forest ranges. Sambangan is a tranquil village located in the North Bali district of Sukasada in Buleleng regency.

    Highlights: The trekking to the secret garden is known as Alam trekking that starts from Taman Rahasia. Before the trekking begins, there would be an explicit orientation of 30 minutes and along the way to the garden, one will find many adventures. Indeed, the route goes through verdant rice fields, coffee plantations, cocoa plantations, palm sugar trees and many other different types of forests. 

    At Tibuan Puncak, you will take a break from the trekking. It is here the secret natural swimming pool can be found. You can spend time taking a mind blowing dip in the pool and enjoy the waterfalls. As you continue to the gardens, you will come across different waterfalls like Aling Aling waterfalls, Kroya waterfall, Kembar Waterfalls, Pucuk waterfalls etc. 

    These places are quite beautiful to relax and take picture perfect photographs as well. These surrealistic locations are rather hidden from more exposure but people have experienced the beauty and a rejuvenating moment from here and now it is a favourite adventure destination.

    Location: Desa Sambangan, Sambangan, Sukasada, Sambangan, Sukasada, Kabupaten Buleleng, Bali 81161, Indonesia. The village is lying at a distance of around 20 minute drive away from Lovina beach and it will take a drive of 2 hours and 30 minutes from Ngurah Rai Airport in Denpasar to reach the village.




  • 04 Bias Tugal Beach

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    Bali presents beautiful surprises each time tourists arrive here. One of such surprises, people never had an idea about in the past is Pantai Bias Tugel or simply called Secret Beach. The remote location made it hidden for long time but not anymore. The secluded beach possesses different names confusing among other famous beaches on the island but currently, it has more visitors every day. 

    A day on the beach would leave you relaxed. The beach is blanketed by golden colour sand with traces of volcanic black grains. At the edges of the beaches, there are rocky shorelines as well as some rocky pools where kids can have fun.

    Activity: There are shops on the beach which rent out snorkel gears as the beach is quite friendly to those who love to do snorkeling. Though the currents are strong, swimming is a suggested activity, especially in the afternoon. Sunbathing is an obvious one on the beach.

    Highlights: The warungs set up on the beach give you snorkel gear, or a cold Bintang or even a young coconut as well as a grilled fish. There are chances to grab a rejuvenating massage for 80000 rupiah for an hour- why don’t give it a try?

    Entry fee: The official entry point shows a ticket booth where you have to pay a fee of 2000 IDR per person and parking will cost 5000 IDR.

    Opening hours: 08:00 am to 06:00 pm.

    Location: Padangbai, Manggis, Karangasem Regency, Bali 80871, Indonesia. To reach the beach, you have to take the road that passes the Post Office from the ferry terminal. 750 meters uphill will lead you to the signposted intersection and from there, after 500 meters, you can see the ticket counter and continue walking down a narrow path to the beach.




  • 05 Pura Besakih

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    Besakih temple, the mother temple of Bali for more than 1000 years is on a great height of 1000 meters above the sea level on the slopes of the famous mount in Bali that is Mount Agung. A unique temple complex that showcases brilliant architectural as well as artistic aspects includes 86 temples and the main temple is Pura Penataran Agung and 18 others. 

    The biggest temple on the island is Besakih that is peacefully flanked by extensive rice fields, mountains, streams, valleys and hills. Balinese people believe that the visit to Besakih is an irreplaceable act of pilgrimage. Since the location of the temple is a mountain, its features are not usual yet immaculate. As you proceed to the mountain through the stairs, you will reach the different tiers of temples depending on the types and functions.

    Structure of the temple: Besakih temple features three temples for the Hindu trinity. Pura Penataran Agung is dedicated for Shiva while Pura Kiduling Kreteg on the right side is for Brahma. Pura Batu Madeg is for Vishnu and located on the left. Pura Besakih has a lot of temples inside but many of the temples’ courtyards are for the pilgrims mostly. 

    The largest among the temples in the complex is Pura Penataran Agung has multiple areas representing seven layers of the universe. Pura Batu Madeg displays a central stone that indicates the area where the temple is sitting was already a holy place since ancient times.

    History of the temple: There is a legend saying that in the 8th century, a Hindustani monk got revelations in order to build homes for people during his isolation. Thus, the construction of a shelter started and during the process, many of his followers died due to illness as well as accidents. 

    When the construction was over, the structure got the name Basuki, the dragon deity inhabited Mount Agung and as time passed, the name was transformed into Besakih. The other shrines in the complex were built gradually and after years, Pura Besakih was proclaimed as the main temple during the conquering of Bali by the Majapahit Empire in the year of 1343.

    Highlights: Pura Besakih is the only one in Bali which is open to all equally from any caste group. It is because of the nature acting as the prime center for all ceremonies to be conducted. The temple was nominated as a World Heritage Site in 1995 but yet not conferred upon it. Other major feature of the temple is that it conducts around 70 ceremonies or celebration each year.

    Timings: The best time to visit the temple is early morning and in the evening. You can get a guide to visit and explore the temple complex by paying a certain amount. Also you have to wear sarongs and sashes before you enter the temple. You can get them for rent outside the complex.

    Location: Desa Besakih, Rendang, Besakih, Rendang, Kabupaten Karangasem, Bali 80863, Indonesia.




  • 06 Tukad Unda Dam, Klungkung

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    A place for complete fun is Tukad Unda Dam in Bali, built on a river Tukad Unda. The river is one of the major attractions in Klungkund. While you are ushered to the beautiful site, you can see the locals taking bath or washing clothes there. Or even, kids will be playing in the water so happily. The moment of seeing the dam with really fresh water would be of amusement. 

    As a tourist destination, the dam has gained international fame through several unimaginable photographs published in famous magazines.

    Highlights: Klungkung is an important village existing on the way to Ubud and it is famous for Balinese traditional paintings. The dam and the river add on to the fame the village already carrying with it. Tourists arrive at the dam to experience a relaxed and relishing moment with the rumbling sound of water in the background. Children playing with buckets and pouring water on each other is a very famous photograph that shows the fun the dam will promise everyone.

    Location: Klungkung, Indonesia. The dam is located in Klungkung which is about 25 kilometers away from Ubud. You can get there by taxi or bemo, the public transportation.




  • 07 Yeh Mampeh Waterfall

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    Yeh Mampeh Waterfall is a unique attraction in Bali, located in Buleleng regency at Les Village, Tejakula District. The number of tourists arrives here is comparatively less because of its fame was limited to some extent due to its far away location. It is measured to be originated from a height of 30 meters and falls down with a crystal clear water which is equally cold. 

    There is a chance to do hiking from the parking area through the easy and flat road and it would be a pleasure rather than being hectic since nature pays you the utmost serenity and calmness.

    Highlights: Yeh Mampeh Waterfall is absurdly blessed with an enviable nature that has green hills, tall trees and a soothing atmosphere. At the waterfall, you may find locals taking a dip in the pool and you are happily welcome to enjoy the beauty of the place and meet the local people for a quick chat. 

    If you are not interested in swimming or taking a bath in the pure water, you can just sit back on one of the rocks and watch the nature. The locals call the waterfall Moboran often. The three levels of the waterfall are somewhat an exciting factor for adventure lovers. But the two levels among them are located at even more a higher place and hard to do hiking till there.

    Location: It is located in the northern part of Bali at Les Village in Tejakula District. It will take around 3 hour drive from Denpasar and around 2 hours from Kintamani.




  • 08 Bukit Asah Bugbug

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    In terms of natural beauty, Bukit Asah in Bugbug village in Karangasem which has gained prominence as a tourist destination in a few years. Bukit means hill and Asah mean flat and wholly the word gives the meaning that a plateau on a hill. At the top, you will not be able to escape from the bewitching views of the sea and the surroundings and of course, the calm atmosphere lying in and around the hill has its clutches on anyone coming to visit the place.

    Highlights: Since it is very close to the famous tourist attraction, Candi Dasa, reaching the point is not an onerous task. While visiting Bukit Asah, you might get the chances to enjoy other attractions nearby as well. If you arrive at the hill early morning, you can enjoy an astounding sunrise, very beautiful and incomparable. But during that time, the atmosphere will be chilled and you have to wear a jacket or sweater to prevent the cold. 

    People come for a leisurely time at the hill, spend ample time watching the horizon as well as the verdant greenery the village bears.

    Location: Jalan Bukit Asah, Desa Bugbug, Karangasem, Sengkidu, Manggis, Kabupaten Karangasem, Bali 80811, Indonesia. It is located at a distance of 4 km from Candi Dasa. You can reach the village by motorbike, car or bicycles.




  • 09 Sari Segara Silkworm Farm

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    Silk is the most precious fabric in the world which has multitudinous variety depending on its texture and Bali also has one unique farm where silkworms are catered and protected to make the perfect silk materials out of them. Sari Segara Silkworm Farm is located in Badung where you are allowed to watch the soft moving, plant eaters, the producer of silk, and see the procedures behind silk extraction and weaving.

    You can get your own design by weaving in the farm itself or you can get one completed pattern in Sutera Sari Segara Art Shop. The brilliant silk fabrics are created with utmost care and dedication. A lot of hands work for the soft fabric to become different patterns and of different shapes.

    Highlights: There, you get some material to know the life cycle of the worm with animated films, spinning, and weaving etc. The eggs of the worm that will be hatched within a circle of up to 30 days with a special technique to feed the caterpillars the mulberry leaves. Cocoons are further processed into yarn the silk which will be made into fabric.

    Also, the mulberry leaf shoots are used as a tea or herbal drinks that will help to reduce cholesterol, uric acid etc.

    Location: Sibang Kaja, Br. Lateng, Abiansemal, Badung.



  • 10 Atlas Pearl Farm

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    A reputed indigenous item you can get when you visit Bali is Atlas Pearl. The spirit of Bali is immersed in it as the natives say. Atlas Pearl Farm is an enviable business leader in eco-pearling which is focused on extracting the most sought after silver and white Pinctada Maxima or the South Sea pearl. Atlas Pearl Farm has branches in Bali, Flores, Alor, West Papua etc. At the farm, you will be able to witness an exhibit of some of the most beautiful pearls or the best ever created by the human hands and hence the visit to Atlas Farm can be considered as an educational one to know more about the precious material in the world.

    Highlights: With the support of 20 years in this business, Atlas has grown into a fully integrated system of marketing. Every year, they harvest more than 300,000 South Sea pearls that would be sold as retail and used in in-house jewellery manufacturing. The farm is considered to be a global leader in the category of 9-13 mm. Another important feature of this farm is its involvement in giving the local people job in the farm.

    Around 80% of Balinese people are working in Atlas Pearl Farm. In the North Bali pearl farm has 100% women employment and by that Atlas has set a uniqueness in the male-dominated field of pearling.

    Entry fee: There is no entry fee to be paid to enter the farms and it would need around 1 hour and 30 minutes to explore each section here.

    Location: Penyabangan, Gerokgak, Buleleng Regency, Bali 81155, Indonesia.



  • 11 Pura Pulaki

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    One of the major temples in the temple trio of Pura Pulaki, Pura Pabean and Pura Melanting is Pura Pulaki. These temples are bestowed upon portion between the craggy mountains and black sands of the north coast beaches near Pemuteran. The temples which are prominent in Balinese Hindu culture have a unique spiritual function but the settings are quite amusing and thus tourists from different parts of the world become attracted to them.

    Pura Pulaki is exactly located around 1.5 km east to Pemuteran, sitting on the foothills overlooking the opulent sea. Locals, as well as visitors, come here regularly, throughout the day, to pray, to offer tributes as the temple has a significant role in the belief system of Balinese traditions. A small shrine is situated on the roadside where priests flick the holy water on the devotees who pass by.

    History of the Temple: The temple was founded by a famous priest who lived in the 16th century, Nirartha- he was led by a group of macaques. Due to the unending respect to the priest, those macaques started guarding the temple since then and it continues still. But the number of them just got shot up and now almost all the shrines in the temple are within monkey-proof cages. There are human temple guards now to keep these monkeys away from destroying the assets of the temple and disturbing others.

    Highlights: The black structure of the temple outshines even the turquoise blue in front of it but some of the decorations inside are made of cement and painted in some alluring colours. Outside the temple, there are food stalls and other shops.

    Entry fee: The tourists are required to pay 10000 IDR as an entry fee to the temple as well as you will need a sarong and sash to get inside.

    Location: Jl. Seririt-Gilimanuk, Banyupoh, Gerokgak, Kabupaten Buleleng, Bali 81155, Indonesia



  • 12 Pura Gede Perancak

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    Overlooking the ceremoniously beautiful river Perancak in a village with the same name is the famous temple, Pura Gede Perancak. It is exactly located in Jembrana regency. The alluring temple is built with wide white stone entranceways and it welcomes the devotees and visitors with warmth and joy.

    This was the place where monk Nirartha set his foot for the first time in Bali several years ago. Gede Perancak was an abandoned site and the ruins remained just like that.Renovations and reformations had influenced the rebirth of the site in an unpredictably charming way.

    Structure of the temple: The three entrance gateways are imitating the traditional architecture of the island. After climbing several steps that start with the greetings of two crocodiles, not the original ones, of course, you will reach these three entrance placed horizontally. Inside, there are small shrines for different deities.

    Highlight: The temple commemorates the holy site where Dang Hyang Nirartha came for the first when he arrived in Bali in 1546. The temple acts as the host of Bull Run which is a favourite ceremony for the locals.

    Entry fee: To enter the temple, you need not pay any fee but you are supposed to dress up in a sarong. If you don’t have one, you can get it for rent near the temple.

    Location: The temple is located in Jembrana Regency around 10 km west of Tegalcangkring Village.



  • 13 Kelan beach

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    Among the extraordinarily beautiful beaches in Bali, Kelan Beach, perhaps, has the equal place as of Kuta Beach in the hearts of the tourists as well as locals. It is very close to Ngurah Rai International Airport in Bali and why people would love to go to Kelan is to gaze at the unimaginable beauty of sunset scenery which would be different from other beaches on the island. Since the beach is located next to the airport, people love to look at landing and taking off of planes that are so awesome.

    Highlights: Apart from the sights that would leave every eye bewitched, Kelan Beach is the perfect hang out place with the family since the shore hosts various seafood dining spots and restaurants where you will get tasty, local dishes served beautifully garnished on your table at the best price. Those who wish to lure the authentic ocean tastes when the sun goes into the laps of the sea can choose any of the restaurants that become alive during the evening times particularly.

    Moreover, the beach houses utmost beauty that is considered to be any photographers’ dream; the white sandy beach that is wet always with the delicate touch of the foamy waves but the calm waves in the middle of the sea is creating the perfect couple.

    Activities: Leisurely walk and beach based games are suitable for Kelan Beach though other watersports are equally entertained.

    Timing: The access to the beach starts at 06:30 am and extends to 11:00 pm every day.

    Location: Jl. Segara Madu, Kelan, Tuban, Kuta, Kabupaten Badung, Bali, Indonesia



  • 14 Kevala Ceramics

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    When you visit Bali, try to visit Kevala Ceramic Bali, an unbeatable collection of designer homewares. The shop focuses on ceramic items which are produced in a factory in Sanur and many of the restaurants in Bali will amuse the visitors by serving food in these amazingly beautiful bowls, plates, and cups. The utensils display vivid pictures of flowers, plants, and other items and you will feel elevated by looking at them.

    The most celebrated peculiarity of these items is that no two items will look identical and the variety of items ranges from stoneware, tableware, candle holders, bathroom paraphernalia etc that appear in different size, shape, colour, and texture. The inconsistencies of the items are the results of the kiln-firing process up to 1200 degree Celsius and that is the age-old tradition followed while these materials are crafted.

    Highlights: Kevala Ceramics have the best designers with them and designs which become world class. The designs are portrayed in natural colours. The owners collaborate with guest artists from the different parts of the world like Gilly Beal, Dimity Kidston etc. Though the items look unidentical, by a touch you would understand all of them are made by hand individually. People in Bali believe that these sets of plates and bowls will add colours to your kitchen and dining area and the presence of good vibes in your room.

    Kevala Ceramics give their crafts to wholesale traders and manufacturers. Nonetheless, anyone can get these collections at several retail shops in Bali called Kevala Home.

    Price range: The smaller items in the shop will have the prices starting from 250000 IDR when bigger items and showpieces will cost around USD 200 and more. Depending on the designer and material quality, the price varies.

    Opening hours: 09:00 am to 07:30 pm

    Location:  Jl. Mertasari No. 21, Suwung Kangin, Sidakarya, Denpasar Sel., Kota Denpasar, Bali 80224, Indonesia.



  • 15 Abandoned Plane

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    An aircraft abandoned in the middle of a town in Kuta has been a continues topic of curiosity and discussion among the tourists and locals for a long time and now it acts as an attraction with unproven mysteries roaming around. The abandoned aircraft is an old Boeing 737 plane which was abruptly placed in between two houses and now Google maps even show this craft.

    Some people used to say the owner of the plane had left it there to have an original home in it while some others said that the owner wanted the craft to be a tourist attraction but when he ran out of money he just left it there and moved away. An interesting fact that was noticed was that its turbines were boarded up by wood in order to prevent people from finding its engines are missing.

    Location: It is placed at Jalan Bypass Ngurah Rai, Jimbaran. From the airport to Nusa Dua, you can take the left wing and 500 meters from the Benoa Square and right beside Dunkin Donuts is this mysterious aircraft.



  • 16 Museum Kartun

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    Those who love to watch n number of cartoons or wish to show your kids something vary “cartoonic”, then you should visit Museum Kartun in Kuta, Bali. This is the first cartoon museum in the Indonesian archipelago. You can watch different cartoon works from world famous cartoonists like Pramono R Pramoedjp, Dwi Koendoro, GM Sufarta etc along with some young cartoonists. The displays are varying on themes ranging from mild, imaginative themes to the relevant problems around the world.

    The place is used for meetings and interactions too in order to spread the importance of exhibiting ideas through different modes in the current scenario.

    Opening hours: The museum is open daily from 10:00 am to 05:00 pm.

    Entry fee: You can enter the museum by paying entrance fee of Rp 20000

    Location: Jl. Sunset Road No.85, Kuta, Kabupaten Badung, Bali, Indonesia.



  • 17 Kedongana Beach

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    Very close to the famous Jimbaran Beach is Kedonganan Beach which is famous for authentic seafood delicacies and relaxed resort stay with a bewitching view of the ocean. The extremely beautiful white sandy beach with a slope along with the regular remembrance of the calm waves to the shore is ideal for a perfect sunset view or a leisurely walk.

    The multiple restaurants offering different types of seafood will be quite buzzed every afternoon by the enlarged crowd of tourists and locals. Another attraction is the fish market where fresh fish caught by the fishermen can be purchased.

    Highlights: The romantically shining restaurants are the irresistible attraction on the beach where you get lip-smacking grilled seafood items and the dining settings that offer you the best sunset views are quite beautiful.

    Activities: Swimming, sunbathing, fishing etc are the favourite activities of tourists arriving at the beach. But a relaxed walk on the shore watching the calm waves slowly approaching the white sandy beach is something even more appreciable.

    Opening hours: You can visit the beach any time you would like to but most of the seafood restaurants will be opened around 04:00 pm to 12:00 midnight.

    Location: Jalan Pantai Kedonganan, South Kuta



  • 18 Kelingking Beach

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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




  • 19 Pura Dalem Ped

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    Settled on the dry, limestone ground on Nusa Penida Island, Pura Dalem Ped is a baffling sanctuary. Amid the sanctuary's odalan, the gift of building, travelers come to offer their regards and give their offerings around evening time, while abnormally, the canines in the range cry constantly. The sanctuary itself is produced using limestone; its washed-out white shading gives the range a spooky feel and climate.

    Highlights: The temple is said to have a dull history. Clearly it was made as a place to revere the island's defenders, the wong samar . 500 of these wong samar were once controlled by a detestable ruler, Ratu Gede Nusa, who with his dark enchantment given to him by the leyaks (witches and shamans) spread sickness and fiendishness.

    The Watu Renggong kingdom tested Ratu Gede Nusa, otherwise called I Macaling, the human with a malevolent soul. After many fizzled endeavors, a Watu Renggong general accompanied the tooth of Naga Basuki, a mythical serpent, killed I Macaling and grabbed hold of the island.

    Location: Pura Dalem Ped is located at Ped, Nusa Penida, Indonesia



  • 20 Pantai Muaya

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    If you are a nature lover and have been long searching for something soothing then don’t miss your chance to visit the Muaya Beach, this shoreline is exceptionally delightful, white sand and introduces an astounding dusk scene, a key area in the territory near the airplane terminal. On the off chance that still inquisitive, here are many restaurants and bistros give food from crisp ocean angle and constantly swarmed to visit at supper time arrived while seeing the magnificence of the nightfall. The white sand view, fresh breeze with the gushing waves on the shore will hold you back from leaving the place. And just when you feel you are about the leave the sunset will beckon you to watch the whole thing live.

    Highlights: Creating a perfect romantic atmosphere this place will make your fall in love with it particularly while tasting the fish dish you will be quieted and make a delightful visitor encounter amid a visit in Bali.  While in Jimbaran get an opportunity to witness the excellence of the shoreline, and taste flavorful culinary dishes from seafood.

    Location: Muaya beach located in the village of Jimbaran, South Kuta District.




  • 21 Melasti Beach Uluwatu

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    Another beach which is a must visit for you in Uluwatu is the Melasti Beach which is beckoning travelers from far and wide. A standout amongst the most enthralling shorelines on Bali's southern drift Melasti Beach is a lesser known beach in Uluwatu. This beach is best for the photography freaks and the enthusiast who love to explore something different from the usual. The rock formation and the high cliffs in this beach attract people in bulk to witness its incandescent beauty.  

    Melasti is often used by the local people for performing the Melasti ceremony on a specific day like before Nyepi. The beach can be now easily accessible through road and one has to agree that the beauty of the place will definitely skip a beat when you witness it. The asphalt road towards the edge of the gorge that crosses the drift it frequently turns into a photo shoot location.

    Highlights: This beach is very famous with the surfers as well as the peace seekers who love to  witness the beauty of nature.

    Location: Melasti beach is located on the south coast of Bali precisely in Ungasan Village, and is adjacent to Bali Beach Cliff.




  • 22 Green Bowl Beach

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    As we all know, beaches always have that special magic in the air that makes everything perfect the moment you step in it. When you are on a vacation to Uluwatu, Bali this time visit this another captivating beach Green Bowl Beach. Green Bowl Beach is one of Bali's most detached shorelines, a little 30m beachfront strip with coarse white sand.

    Among the amazing features at Green Bowl Beach, there are two vast limestone caves that enclose small rock shrines and also provide shades and shelter to the beach lovers and surfers paddling in from their fun time out on the waves.

    The best time to go is amid low tide, when the quiet perfectly clear waters take into account awesome snorkeling, with predictable waves a short or past characteristic reef hindrance.
     
    Highlights: This beach is famous for surfing and relaxing for a perfect sun tan. The vast majority of this little shoreline gets overflowed, here and there even up to the rock face and into the caves. Most of the people are seen visiting in the early mornings, with a few beverages and straightforward picnicking snacks, and spend their half or an even entire day down at the base.
     
    Location: The beach is located approximately 75 metres down hundreds of steps under a verdant cliff in the village of Ungasan, which is 15 km drive from Kuta.

  • 23 La Favela Tropical themed Restaurant

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    A different theme inside a bar and restaurant in Bali gives it a wide acclaim across the globe. I am talking about La Favela Bar and Restaurant that welcomes the customers with a differing interior and dining scene. It was opened in 2013 and within a limited time it became very popular among the tourists and natives for its unfamiliar vintage design which had inspiration from the urban scenes of Rio. 

    It is usually open only for lunch and dinner but the tourists love to be here late and stay back for enjoying the cozy vibes inside. Antiques, themed interiors, different ambience and decorations make the dining just flamboyant.

    Highlights: The semi indoor gardens with artificial waterfalls and ponds, al fresco tables and chairs and a mini bridge exhibit an unmatched beauty. The bar and lounge are made enormously beautiful with adorable old cocks and picture frames. The tropical theme portrayed beautifully inside the bar and restaurant completely agrees with the visitors’ concepts of favelas. 

    You can try the Peruvian ceviche mixed with seafood, mahi mahi or red snapper or you can enjoy their tartare and carpaccio. If you would like to try something heavy, then tenderloins, rib-eyes and barramundi steaks are available. There are more of sea foods, internationally famed cuisines to try out.

    Timing: 12:00 noon to 03:00 am on all days.

    Location: Jalan Laksamana Oboroi No.177X, Seminyak, Kuta, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80561, Indonesia.



  • 24 Seminyak Square

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    If you are a lover of retail shopping, then you must visit Seminyak Square in Bali which is an attractive shopping complex filled with small boutiques and designer shops. It is located in the heart of Seminyak where you can get the unleashed views of the resort village clearly. The shops in the complex array an attractive range of clothes, jewelry, accessories, books, artworks, souvenirs etc. 

    There are international brands as well where you can purchase from. This is the best option in Bali to grab some exciting items like designer swim and surf wear, batik clothing, Balinese furniture, English books, statues of Buddha etc. The cafes and restaurants opened will let you relaxed for some time after the extensive stroll of yours around the complex.

    Highlights: Indulge in some luxurious spa therapies at one of the spas and feel authentically rejuvenated. The beach is very close to the complex as you can walk down to watch the mesmerizing sunset. Enjoy the cocktails at one of the beach restaurants while you look at the beautiful sea in front of you. A free car parking service at the complex makes its name spread across the city.

    Timing: The square is open from mid-morning to late night but according to the shops, the opening time may vary.

    Location: It is located at a distance that would take around 30 minute drive from Ngurah Rai International Airport. A 15 minute drive by car from Kuta will also take you to Seminyak Square.




  • 25 Totem Room Escape Challenge

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    The first and the biggest reality room escape game in Indonesia is Totem Room Escape and within a short span of time it brought laurels to Indonesia after competing with the best escape games in the world. It started in Jakarta in 2014 and now it has branches in other cities like Badung, Semarang, and Bali. The peculiarity of Totem Room Escape is the perfect collaboration of high quality puzzles with proper tech gadgets. The rooms will be decorated thematically which in turn promises the participants an awesome time to solve the puzzles and escape from the room. You are free to book any themed room through the website and thus the procedures become hassle-free.

    Highlights: Locked in dark land, Egyptian Secret, Kidnapped, Mission Impossible and Chocolate Factory only for kids are the rooms you will be locked in and have to escape from. You have 50-60 minutes to escape and normally a group of 5-6 people will be participating and it will vary according to the room.

    Entry fee: USD 20 per person is the entry fee.

    Timings: From 10:00 am to 10:00 pm on all days. You can choose the convenient slot for one hour game.

    Location: Jalan Kayu Aya No.27, Near Seminyak Square, Across Starbucks, Seminyak, Bali.




  • 26 Double Six Beach

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    To escape to the grandeur of nature, to rejuvenate into the unseen persona of your inner self, a day you will spend at the famous Double Six Beach will help you. A mesmerizing beach location where a number of activities to keep you exhilarated is Double Six Beach. The extended sandy beach is located on the west coast of Bali and the peaceful ambience here will not leave you bewitched.

    People come here to relax and spend some time at utmost peace. The shore is friendly, giving the visitors many opportunities to indulge in a leisurely beach walk or to experience an authentic Balinese massage.

    Activities: For those who would love to be active on the beach, there are horse riding, surfing, snorkeling, swimming, beach volleyball, football and other similar activities. Anyone who comes to the beach will not return with disappointment. Moreover, try sampling the best selling beer in Bali that is Bintang from any hotel on the shore and while you sip it, enjoy the Bali Sea’s waves crashing against the beautiful beach. Watch the darling sunset when the total surrounding becomes alluring.

    Location: Double Six Beach is located in the village of Seminyak and the end of Jalan Double Six. It lies about 30 minutes away from Ngurah Rai International Airport and also about 15 minutes away from Kuta.




  • 27 Goa Lawah Temple

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    One of the most prominent temples in Bali is Goa Lawah which is a huge complex constructed around a cave. The cave houses hordes of bats and thus its name flourished as Bat Cave. The temple’s birth was claimed to be in the 11th century by Mpu Kuturan. He was an early priest who was the reason for Hinduism to come to the land of Indonesia, experts say. Located in the village of Pesinggahan Dawan, the temple is the major landmark to be visited on your tour of Candi Dasa or Bali.

    Structure of the temple: It is a large complex situated on the north side of the Jalan Raya Goa Lawah main road. Those who come to visit Bali would take a short break to visit the temple for prayers. At the entrance of the temple, you can see two large banyan trees and as you enter the temple, you will come to see a central courtyard. Three bale pavilions at the three corners of the complex. Also, there are ages-old shrines that holds nectar bats and a Shivaite shrine which was there for thousands of years. It was once a place for meditation for many sages.

    History: The story of the temple says a prince from the Mengwi kingdom had chosen the place to hide away from the enemies and eventually reached at Besakih Temple on the foot of Mount Agung. The story was not proved right or wrong till date. The locals and the temple community say that the cave leads to three locations viz. Mount Agung, Talibeng and Tangkid Bangbang and various accounts declare that when Mount Agung erupted in 1963, ash came out of Goa Lawah.

    Location: Jalan Raya Goa Lawah, Pesinggahan Village, Dawan District, Klungkung




  • 28 Lotus Lagoon

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    Lotus Lagoon in Candi Dasa has umpteen number of admirers from all over the world since it displays an amazing sight with an expansive water body brimming with pink and fuchsia lotuses and there is a small garden with statues in the centre. Tourists as well as locals come to enjoy the sight of Lotus Lagoon every day. While you come across the road, you will be able to see a temple on a higher elevation and the temple is the reason why the area got its name.

    There are two shrines situated amidst the densely forested hillside. Once you reach there, you will be getting a better sight of the lagoon as well as the sea and the beach which together make Candi Dasa look so pleasant and glamorous.

    Highlights: The lagoon will always be beautiful with a number of lotus in it and people who would love to spend some time to relax with peaceful environment, this is the best choice.

    Location: Jl. Raya Candidasa, Sengkidu, Manggis, Kabupaten Karangasem, Bali, Indonesia



  • 29 Tirta Gangga Water Palace

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    A former royal palace in eastern Bali is Tirta Gangga which is located about 5 km from Karangasem near Abang. The fame of the palace is the contribution of its water palace owned by Karangasem Royal. It was designed and constructed in 1948 by the last Raja of Karangasem. The water gardens are the most important contribution of the king and the island people were surprised to see the Raja working with the labourers to help the construction of the garden. The prime feature of the gardens of the water palace is the atypical blend of Balinese and Chinese architecture.

    Highlights: The grounds of the water garden are made of three separate complexes and each has ponds and beautiful sculptures. The lowest complex possesses two large ponds and a water tower while the second complex consists of water pools. The last or the third one has the main complex which is the home of the former Raja. Now, there are restaurants and four bungalow units for rent in this complex.

    You can see an underground pipe system that goes to the upper swimming pool. It emerges out through the mouth of a demon statue and flows into a lower level pool. From there, it flows into some ponds and into the rice fields that are creating the border of the gardens. The water is always considered holy and used for religious purposes also. There are some ceremonies held during spring led by the local temple priests.

    Timings: It will be open from 08:00 am to 11:00 pm on all days.

    Location: Karangasem Regency, Bali, Indonesia. It is located about 6 km away from the town of Amalpura and at a distance of 83 km from Denpasar.




  • 30 Kuta Beach Sea Turtle Conversation

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    With an aim to protect the tiny eggs and thus increase the hatching rates of sea turtles started Kuta Beach Sea Turtle Conservation Programme Started almost 17 years ago. It was started by Mr. Agung and Wayan with 1 sea turtle nest which was protected with bamboo placed around the nest.

    There are Turtle Rangers to patrol the beach during the night to give the mother sea turtles safe place on the shore to lay eggs and go back to the ocean. They relocate the eggs to the hatchery at Kuta and wait for the next 45-60 days to get the eggs developed and hatched. When the eggs are hatched, the conservationists will return them to the natural habitat immediately.

    Highlights: Currently, tourists are also becoming part of the conservation programme hugely as the awareness about protecting these animals has gained prominence around the island. People can join the release of the baby turtles to the ocean so that they can spread the word to others and bring more people in order to be a member of the conservation team and protect more sea turtles like this.

    In 2012 and 2013, the authorities say that they could collect more than 50000 eggs safely and relocated them to the hatchery. Around 80% of them were hatched and released to the ocean.

    Timings: The nesting season on the beach is from March to September every year and the hatching season is from April to October. The nesting dates can be altered as the baby turtles will be hatched naturally when they are ready. During the months of June, July, August and September, the baby turtles will be released almost every day.

    If you visit Kuta during these months, you may be able to take part in this mind blowing social activity.

    Things to remember: When you visit the conservation centre, try not to touch the baby turtles or not to take photos of them with flashes on in order to protect their eyesight.

    Location: The beach is located a few minutes away from the Ngurah Rai International Airport in Tuban.



  • 31 Waterbom Waterpark

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    An important water theme park in Bali is Waterbom Waterpark which is lying amidst lush green forest and equipped with multiple fun and adventurous rides extending happiness to adults as well as kids. It is termed to be an indescribable oasis amidst the extensive stretch of Kuta beach. The water slides inside the park are quite amusing. They will slice through a huge area of 3.8 hectares that provide complete entertainment for kids as well as adults, equally.

    There are 101 ways to enjoy your time in complete thrill both on land and in water. This is a perfect choice for families as all the rides are safe and enjoyable. You can choose to dine out at cafes and this park is a one-stop entertainment capital of Bali.

    Highlight: The park uses only advanced salt chlorination water which is soft to the environment as well as on your skin. Twin Racers, Smash Down 20, Fast and Fierce, Double Twists, Green Vipers, Pipe Line, Lazy River, Super Bowl, Boomerang etc are the most liked rides in the park with enormous fun and thrill hidden inside. Both adults and kids can equally enjoy these rides since all of the meet the international safety standards.

    Entry fee:

    • For adults per one day: IDR 520.000 and per two days: IDR 880.000
    • For children per one day: IDR 370.000 and per two days: IDR 620.000

    The total package includes admission ticket, express entrance, prioritize Gazebo booking, towel, digital photos, lunch and 1 activity. It costs IDR 880 for adults and IDR 750 for kids.

    Location: Jl. Kartika, Tuban, Kuta, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia.



  • 32 Puja Mandala

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    Bali’s religious tolerance and cultural diversity are well known to the outer world and they become obvious when you visit Puja Mandala located on a hilltop in Nusa Dua in Badung regency. It is a place of worship as the words describe and now it is one of the precious tourist attractions in Bali which depicts how Bali has transformed to become the perfect island welcoming cultural diversities and religious tolerance.

    The area of Puja Mandala extends up to 2.5 hectares filled with glittering towers and buildings, Puja Mandala agrees with nature and expresses a quiet, serene atmosphere, though.

    Highlights: The idea of Puja Mandala was in the head of former tourism minister Joop Ave as to develop a worship complex for all the religions in Bali and it became a reality when the president nodded his head in agreement with him. The construction of the complex was finished in 1997 and the inauguration was done by the then minister of religious affairs, Tarmizi Taher.

    The complex houses Ibnu Baitullah Mosque, Maria Bunda Segala Bangsa Catholic Church, Budhina Guna Buddhist Temple, Bukit Doa Protestant Church and Jagat Natha Hindu Temple.

    They all stand in harmony, side by side, letting people believe that religion is to unite people not to divide. Tourists, as well as locals, find this place a unique concept which portrays a distinguished architectural style as well. During the religious celebrations, the real tolerance comes into light when all people will take part in the celebration of any religion and work together to make it grand.

    People come together to help each other during the special occasions and festivals of each religion, thus showing the respect to other religions.

    Location: Jalan Nusa Dua, Kuta Selatan, Benoa, Kuta Sel., Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia.



  • 33 Kintamani Organic Farm Tour

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    When in Bali there are a lot of places you would want to visit and explore. Out of the amazing place in Bali Kintamani Organic farm & Tour is the perfect fit for you. Kintamani is a standout amongst the most grand and intriguing regions of Bali. An enormous spring of gushing lava 30,000 years back made 3 kilometer wide caldera. Presently Lake Batur fills half of the antiquated caldera and the dynamic Volcano Mount Batur possesses the other half. Kintamani, with its rich volcanic soil, is prestigious for its espresso beans and oranges which you'll discover as the fundamental shopping fascination.

     Highlights: One can also find a market that sells superb quality of fresh organic product are sprinkled along the roadsides of Kintamani. On the eastern shore of the close-by Batur Lake are showcase gardens for a wide range of cool atmosphere vegetables.

     Price: The approximate price for a tour starts from IDR 999,150



  • 34 Kehen Temple

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    Located in the foothills of the south part of Bangli Regency lies the beautiful Kehen Temple. This Hindu temple is at a distance of 45 km from Denpasar town. Once you are inside the temple you will find Panyimpenan Temple building keep 3 inscriptions which are relating to its contents and temple existence. Kehen temple is one of the famous temples in Bali and is visited by many tourists throughout the year.

    The temple is strategically located on the highland and once can see the stunning view of the region from the top. This temple is a must visit destination in Bali. The temple has a total of 38 stairs which are very beautifully decorated. On both sides of the stairs, you will find guardian statues (Elephants flank) of wayang-figures taken from the popular Ramayana story.

    Location: Desa Cempaga, Kec. Bangli, Bali, Indonesia

    Timings: The temple opens from 09:00 AM – 07:00 PM


  • 35 Balangan Beach

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    The fresh breezes in the beaches are said to give you the best feeling in the world. Whenever we visit any place we definitely try to find out the beaches there to spend some time there. So this time while you are visiting Uluwatu, don’t miss your chance to visit the famous Balangan Beach. With low strands and rocky this beach attracts a lot of tourist around the world. This beach is also known as Pantai Balangan.

    This ravishing beach highlights and of brilliant sand circumscribed between vegetated limestone precipices and a reef with one of the longest left-hander breaks on the island. This beach is also known as surfer’s paradise. Balangan Beach falls shares the same region as Dreamland, set just a kilometer apart and isolated by a little headland that fills in as the well known mark Hole 15 of the New Kuta Golf Course, from where players get the best elevated view over both shorelines and the sea skyline.

    Highlights: Balangan Beach is famous for surfing and good for photography as well. One can also witness the majestic sunset while they visit this beach.

    Location: You can visit the coastline from Jalan Pantai Balangan, 7-kilometre (4.3-mile) ride west from the Garuda Wisnu Kencana cultural park.




  • 36 Eat Street of Seminyak

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    For those who love to see endless shopping options, bars and a lot of energy among people, you may love to devour Eat Street in Seminyak. This is a throbbing tourist location in Bali where day to day commuters and travelers clogging up the streets and it is always awaken and welcomes groups of people seamlessly. Every time, there would be a new shop or restaurant open letting people try out something new rather than what they tasted last time of their visit.

    You are invited to spend ample time with your friends or family or all alone and relax watching at the swinging vehicles on the streets. Though the drinks available here are costly but they are worth sipping.

    Highlight: If you want to try different tastes, you are free to do so. There is a modern bistro style café that gives you burgers, steaks and similar items at a fair price. A champagne bar which is called Red Carpet Champagne Bar will let you enjoy a glass of bubbling up drink. The multiple colourful boutiques will let you immerse into the joy of shopping and free time in Seminyak.

    Location: Starts from Ku-De-Ta and the Oberoi hotel up to Raya Kerobokan.



  • 37 Oberoi Flea Market

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    For a quick shopping in Seminyak, you can run into the vast arena of multiple items ranging from clothes to leather bags to shoes. Among the menagerie of shopping that can be seen in Bali, selecting the flea market is a choice to be made out of a dice but it is worth spending some time before you return to your native. You can stroll around and find the colourful designs printed on clothes and similar items. 

    The shops are arrayed in a beautiful way so that you will feel at ease to cover all of them in one go. You are free to bargain and grab the best summer and beach fashion collections from here.

    Highlights: Though the price of the items may become higher related to what you get in Kuta, the quality of the product is competitive and the difference in designs would make you fall for the items displayed. Those who would love to spend some relaxed time before your flight, this small market with a lot of stuff will help you.

    Timing: The market is open on all days of the week during day and night so that the visitors will feel free to roam around and find something unique at every stall at any time.

    Location: Kayu Aya Square Oberoi, Jalan Kayu Aya, Seminyak, Kuta, Kabupaten Badung, Bali, Indonesia 

     




  • 38 Guwang Art Market

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    If you are looking for some shopping spree in Ubud then this place is a must visit for you. Guwang Art Market also known as 'Pasar Seni Guwang', is a traditional market showcase in Bali which is quite similar to the, Pasar Seni Sukawati. Indeed, even the things sold at Guwang are like that of Sukawati's. Guwang Art Market gives an option shopping goal to visitors who wish to maintain a strategic distance from the group regularly running Sukawati amid pinnacle periods. 

    Guwang's close-by area, just 1km south from Sukawati likewise adds to this comfort. Other than the workmanship showcase as a wellspring of Bali trinkets and crafted works, the town of Guwang components numerous craftsmanship shops and exhibitions.

    Highlights: The market itself involves three principle pieces or "blok" in the nearby tongue. 'Blok An' is at the left of the passage, where stands for the most part offer wooden cutting things and different keepsakes. 'Blok B' is at the privilege, and offers materials, for example, garments in different themes and bright sarongs.



  • 39 Ubud Celuk Village

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    With the flourishing of different culture and people coming forward to learn about the culture of different region Bali has been on the top of the list of every traveler. It is said that the most intrigue and the amazing features can be found in Bali if you have the fetish to uncover the place. One such place in bali which has been attracting a lot of travelers around the world is the Ubud Celuk Village. 

    Visit this amazing place in Bali where you get a chance to buy from the cheapest of gold while you visit this village. Celuk Village is well known for the unbelievable gold and silver work which is accessible around this range at low costs. In the Sukawati territory you will find that the skilled workers are of an elevated requirement and you can trade over these products or even purchase in discount limit.

     Highlights: While in the village one can find small shops, a great deal to see around Celuk Village and the way of life of the place is captivating and unwinding to see where the pace of life is moderate. You will also find some intriguing characters and a lot of place to attempt the neighborhood dishes and global dining. There are some different attractions and in the region and in addition various offices and inns which are typically beat end or mid range boutique little places concealed away in the town.

     Location: The Celuk Village is located approximately 4km southwest of the Sukawati District



  • 40 John Hardy Workshop and Showroom

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    While you are visiting Ubud, Bali there is another place which you should definitely visit there, John Hardy Workshop and Showroom. Built up in Bali in 1975, John Hardy is devoted to the production of extreme magnificence through artist hand-crafted jewelry. There are ace craftsman with unique specialty through the flawlessness of present day configuration, making ageless exceptional pieces that are splendidly alive.

     John Hardy, an artist and visionary, went to Bali in the 1970s and was captivated by the island's wonderful excellence. There, he established a genuine group with nearby artist  and since then the organization has remained energetically dedicated to group, artisanship and manageability.

     Highlights: the jewelers which are designed here not only evocate the symbolism and honor the transmission artist but also make the jewelry ageless.

     Location: The John Hardy Workshop and Showroom is located at Jl. Raya Mambal, Br. Baturning No. 1, Mambal, Abiansemal, Mambal, Abiansemal, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80352, Indonesia

    Timings: Open from 9:00 AM–5:00 PM



  • 41 Blue Point Beach

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    Beaches are the major attraction in Bali and there is no limit in the number. Nusa Dua, a point of interest in Bali has significant beaches, big or small, to enhance its beauty to the next level. One among them is Blue Point Beach. But this one is less crowded with a long stretch of white sand but a brilliant place to relax and witness the changes in the surrounding as the day rolls out.

     Blue Point Beach is located in Uluwatu Pecatu Village and the locals call it as the Suluban Beach. Why the beach got the name Blue Point is interesting to know. There is a villa situated close to the beach bearing the name Blue Point Bay Villas and thus the beach got this name.

    Highlights: Before reaching the beach, you will come across different restaurants arranged on the road overlooking the ocean and watching the colourful sunset every day. Those who do not prefer walking around the beach can take a seat at these restaurants and lure the lip-smacking dishes while enjoying the auspicious views of the blue and white combination that is perched on the wide beach. As you reach the beach, you will witness two cliffs which are huge and look like a hallway and you are expected to cross the corridor to reach the shore.

    Activities: The cliffs and the high waves make the beach special for surfing and you will be able to see multiple surfers when you visit here. In addition to surfing, the beach is very friendly to those who wish to swim or just do sunbathing on the shore.

    Entrance fee: There is a minimal entrance fee to be paid to enter the beach as well as a parking fee of around IDR 5000.

    Location: Blue Point Beach in Uluwatu is located quite far from the main tourist centres in Bali and hence the public transport system to Blur Point is relatively dull. You can arrive here by private vehicles.

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  • 42 Abun Village

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    If you are looking for more of a sightseeing place or somewhere you can just let go off yourself then Abun Village is the perfect place for you. Get a chance to cycle through the country side while you head out on a bicycle tour to the Abun Village. Known for its incandescent beauty with the scenic views Abun village has been attracting a lot of tourist lately.

     Whether it’s for a cycling tour or just for the picturesque views you will find a lot of people heading out for this village while in Kintamani. Nothing can be a better treatment for your eyes than this fantastic Abun village. Once you reach the village, meet the local people and learn about their day to day life.

     Highlights: Abun Village is famous known for its picturesque views and a lot of cycling tour starts from this village. One can also take some mesmerizing pictures while you visit this village.

     Price: The approximate price for a cycling tour to Abun village starts from  INR 6464



  • 43 Legian Street

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    Jalan Legian Street a.k.a Legian Street is one of the most crowded, flamboyant areas in Kuta. It is the principal walking street located at the most popular beach resort area. It arrays a variety of good shops, bars, hotels and clubs on either side. Kuta and Seminyak are connected by this street. Shoppers or stroll lovers can be found anytime on the street, be it daytime or night. The street becomes lively around 11:00 pm and the roads will be buzzed and filled with enormous traffic till 4:00 am.

    Legian Street is a great place for partying and socializing. The shops on the sides will give you countless options to buy colourful stuff but the initial price tags given by the shopkeepers would be inflated. But you can get them at a feasible price after decent bargaining.

    Highlights: Daytime shopping centers and night time dining spots are the predominant places brimming with a huge crowd always. The spas and massage shops also will welcome you with a warm heart to experience the best therapies available in Bali. In addition to these, there are major outlets of famous brands where you can buy things at the retail price.

    You can visit the Ground Zero Monument which is situated at the southern end of the street. Or else, you will be led to Kuta Beach which can give you an awesome time of leisure. Rip Curl Legian Surf Shop, the Kopi Pot in Bali, Mama’s German Restaurant in Bali, Five Monkeys Bali etc are some of the top notched shops, clubs and dining stations in Legian.

    Timing: The Street will be opening its eyes around 11:00 pm at night and extends till it is early morning and this is one of the reasons why visitors love to stroll around Legian Market when they visit Bali.

    Location: Legian is located in Kuta and between Kuta and Seminyak. You can reach there from the airport by a prepaid taxi and the drive will take around 20 minutes.



  • 44 Museum Pasifika

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    When you visit Bali, you should visit Museum Pasifika an important art museum founded by Moetaryanto P and Philippe Augier in 2006. It represents the Asian Pacific’s variety of cultural artefacts. It displays more the 600 artworks created by 200 artists belong to 25 different countries. It was initiated by a small circle of French and Indonesian art lovers and artists. The collections in the museum are roaming around the cultural and traditional lifestyle themes. 

    One of the famous painters in Bali Nyoman Gunarsa’s and a Javanese artist Raden Saleh’s works are depicted inside the museum to set some examples. The purpose of such museum ranges from awareness to education to the visitors as well as the locals of Bali about protecting the powerful art forms the country has ever witnessed.

    Highlights: Museum Pasifika has a number of galleries, around 11 of them which display different artefacts from different countries around the world. Room 1 showcases Indonesian artists while room 2 has Italian artists in Indonesia. Dutch artists in Indonesia are in room 3 and French ones are in room 4. Room 5 collects the Indo-European artists in Indonesia while room 6 has managed to act as a temporary exhibition centre. 

    Artists on Indochina Peninsula, on Polynesia and Tahiti are preserved in room 7 and 8. Room 9 possesses premier art of Vanuatu and the Pacific Island Paintings of Aloi Pilioko and Nicolai Michoutouchkine. Room 10 preserves Tapa of Oceania and Pacific artefacts while the last room has several artworks from Japan, China, Thailand, Malaysia etc.

    Timing: The museum is open on all days from 10:00 am to 06:00 pm.

    Entry fee: For adults, the entry fee is IDR 70000 and for children under 10 years of age, the entry is free.

    Location: Complex Bali Tourism Development Corporation (BTDC) Area Block P, Benoa, Kuta Sel., Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80363, Indonesia.



  • 45 Trunyan Village

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    If you are a history freak then this Trunyan Village is a must visit for you.  The people of Trunyan are from a customary town in Bali known as 'Bali Aga', or 'Old Bali'. These individuals from Trunyan Village carry on with an extremely conventional day by day life that is immensely not the same as whatever remains of Bali. 

    The Trunyanese don't incinerate their dead. After a purging custom, the dead body is set in a bamboo confine (privately known as ancak saji) under the Taru Menyan tree. Taru Menyan signifies 'decent noticing tree'. This tree emanates a scent that neutralizes the smell of rotting bodies.It is additionally this tree from which the name Trunyan is determined.

     Location: Trunyan Village is located at the foot of Mt. Abang on the eastern shore of Lake Batur.



  • 46 Kedonganan Fish Market

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    Kedonganan Fish Market, alluded to locally as 'Pasar Ikan Tradisional Kedonganan' and frequently mistaken as 'Jimbaran Fish Market' because of its nearby closeness to the well known fish eating narrows, is Bali's fundamental ocean side commercial center where angling vessels arrive every day and drag away their new gets. Only south of the business sector and pontoon landing region are the lines of Kedonganan town's own particular group of fish eateries, which source a large portion of their crisp nearby things here.

    A large portion of the prevalent cooking classes and visitor exercises of lodgings around Bali's southern shoreline resort territory incorporate visits to Kedonganan Fish Market as a component of their bundles. Here, you'll have the capacity to witness anglers dumping their nets loaded with sardines, bigger gets, for example, mahi-mahi being weighed available to be purchased, and shrimps, crabs, lobster and a colossal assortment of other ocean harvests showed in columns of ice holders, prepared for retail deal or wholesale.

    Location: The Kedonganan Fish Market is located at Jalan Pantai Kedonganan.


  • 47 Nyang Nyang Surfing Beach

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    Another beach which is creating a sensation among the people in Bali is the Nyang Nyang Surfing beach. Nyang Beach in Bali is an unblemished 1.5-kilometer extends of coastline and furthermore one of Bali's secluded beach. 

    The beach has to be accessed by a long trek but also some magnificent view until you reach the beach. Still, it makes for a prize goal for day-trippers and beach lovers to explore the southern Bukit. Another favorite thing is that the beach offers extraordinary surf spots for those searching for waves to ride just for themselves.

    Highlights: The long coastline makes for a decent stroll who loves to explore the beach. You will not find much of a human in this area rather than the seaweed farmers tending to their crops, or bold and lonesome surfers out on the reef break

    Location: The beach is located in the Pecatu area, half a kilometre drive southeast of the Uluwatu Temple.




  • 48 Pura Petitenget Temple

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    Admiring the Pura Petitenget Temple is one of the must things to do in Seminyak. It holds a prominent location, being situated at the center of the beach right off Jalan Petitenget, and is easily accessible from most locations in Seminyak.

    There are several beachside ceremonies that are regularly performed at the Pura Petitenget Temple, which are spectacular. During the festivals and other celebrations you will come across a colorful décor and a number of pilgrims, that adds up to the divinity and charisma of this place.

    Location: Jalan Petitenget, Seminyak, Bali, Indonesia


  • 49 Yoga Barn

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    Your Bali vacation will never be complete without heading out for a refreshing yoga at the Yoga Barn. Launched in 2007, The Yoga Barn is known as the largest retrest centre in Bali. The Yoga Barn conducts 15 classes and workshops which enable you to detox your body, mind and soul. As Bali is the ideal place for healing and reviving, and Yoga and Meditation can be an integral part of your procedure.

    Offering more than 75 yoga classes seven days, professionals of all foundations and levels desired the quintessential 'yoga in Bali' encounter. Settled among rice paddies and their own natural ranch, they've kept up the conventional Balinese substance inside their 50 sections of land of space. Yoga is regularly what at first draws in visitors to The Yoga Barn.

     Highlights: Just near the Yoga Barn one can see a number of accommodation, a healthy cafe, retail, and a holistic healing center with a variety of healing treatments.

     Location: Yoga Barn is located at Jl. Raya Pengosekan, Ubud, Gianyar, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80571, Indonesia



  • 50 The Bamboo Chocolate Factory

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    Now if you are a chocolate lover then you have the perfect place waiting for you in Bali. Big Tree Farms is an economical homestead and distinctive sustenance organization that has been delivering crisp nourishments and tasty chocolate for over 10 years. The achievement of the chocolate farm of the organization has taken off since its origin, and developing interest for the dessert has called the requirement for a fresh out of the plastic new plant to house each one of those desserts.

    Worked close Ubud in Bali, Indonesia, the delightful pitched-rooftop production line, is made totally of supportable bamboo, making it the world's biggest business building developed from the material. Big Tree Farms is the world's most manageable chocolate plant.

    Location: The Bamboo Chocolate Factory is located at Piakan, Sibangkaja, Abiansemal, Sibang Kaja, Abiansemal, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80352, Indonesia.



  • 51 Pura Taman Saraswati Temple

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    The Pura Taman Saraswati is a beautiful water temple in Ubud which is another awesome fascination here. The temple is an incredible stopover along your relaxation strolls through Ubud town, offering touring and photograph openings with its traditional Balinese temple architecture and a lovely lobby including lakes loaded with blossoming pink lotuses. Soak in the beauty of the whole ground as you take a walk by the scenic lake.

     Highlights: On the walls of the temple one can see some beautiful carvings made by the Balinese artist there. In addition to this one can also enjoy the Kecak Dance Performance inside the temple every Tuesday and Thursday at 7.30 PM.

     Location: Pura Taman Saraswati Temple is located at Jl. Kajeng, Ubud, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80571, Indonesia.



  • 52 Campuhan Ridge Walk

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    With its amazing beauty of the greenry and the cool breeze Ubud Bali is another great place to revive your tiredness. While in this destination don’t forget to head out on an amazing Campuhan Ridge Walk. Campuhan Ridge Walk is a free and simple nature trek which allows you to explore the beauty of this region.

    The region gives an extraordinary withdraw from the more rushed southern parts of the island, yet this trail introduces a significantly more unblemished outback to escape from the contemporary boutique, guesthouse and restaurant-lined Jalan Raya Ubud. While the climb gives you a chance to appreciate cool natural air and likely the most beautiful slope vista here.  Also if you are a fitness freat it will help you to shed off a few calories too with its nine-kilometer slope track.

     Highlights: While on your trek you will find a A little extension over the venerated Campuhan River prompts the lofty Pura Gunung Lebah sanctuary complex. The cut dividers and the towering "meru" levels of the altars unmistakable from the way give a fascinating and social touch to the start of this nature walk.

     Location: Jalan Raya Campuan, Sayan, Ubud, Kelusa, Payangan, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80571, Indonesia

    Timings: Opens from 5:30 AM–7:00 PM



  • 53 Alas Kedaton

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    Alas Kedaton Monkey Forest and Sanctuary ('Obyek Wisata Alam Alas Kedaton' )is situated in the town of Kutuh in the region of Marga, Tabanan, around 25km upper east of Denpasar, the island's commonplace capital city, and 4.5km from Tabanan. The little backwoods of 12ha is possessed by many dim since quite a while ago followed macaques (Macaca fascicularis). 

    Alas Kedaton Monkey Forest is effectively viewed as the island's 'other monkey woods' after the most unmistakable and frequently went to Ubud Monkey Forest with its band of monkeys. Kedaton is somewhat off the beaten track as it is found very a long way from the principle tourist destination of the island. There are at least 24 types of grove plant have been identified in Alas Kedaton Temple.

    Location: Alas Kedaton is located at Jl. Raya Alas Kedaton, Kukuh, Kec. Tabanan, Kabupaten Tabanan, Bali 82121, Indonesia

    Timings: Opens from 8:00 AM–7:00 PM


  • 54 Gili Gede

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    It’s true that there are a lot of islands which is famous in Bali and has been attracting a lot of tourist. Another such island which is a must see attraction for you is the Gili Gede. Gili Gede is apparently the best known about the "Secret Gilis" - a sprinkling of islands off the shore of southwest Lombok far lesser known than the Gilis of the northwest. 

    Gili Gede lies among a gathering likewise involving Gili Layan, Gili Ringgit and Gili Asahan.  Unlike the better known Gilis toward the north, Gili Gede is not a party island. The convenience is calm and the financial backbones stay as pearl cultivating and angling.

    Highlights: The Island is very calm and one can see a lot of pearl farming and fishing here at the islands. There is nothing in the method for unsupported eateries and there are no bars. You'll be in all probability eating and drinking where you remain. Gili Gede is home to five towns - and about the same number of spots to remain.




  • 55 Goa Maya Cave

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    It is true that Bali hold some of the most mysterious and secret places which are known for its beauty. Another such secret cave which is a must visit for you in Bali is the Goa Maya Cave. Since ages Bali’s cave have been utilized by yogis, recluses, shamans, sages and eminence to meditate.  One such give in which is getting to be noticeably renowned with the traveler recently is the Goa Mayan Cave. 

    Close to Petanu River, 15 kilometers north of Ubud, lies a legendary and serene place – the Goa Maya Cave. Truly meant signify "hallowed buckle" or "shrouded give in", this delightful fort is situated close to the Bali Eco Vacation Resort, and was really rediscovered by the present proprietor of the property.  When you enter the passage you will see at the middle is encompassed by burrows, which were initially water system waterways.

    Highlights:  Legend has it that it's a reflection spot for the Hindu god Bhatara Siwa after his triumph over the shrewd soul Raja Mayadenawa. Amid war-torn periods, the Dutch-resistance officers and the Japanese utilized it as a safehouse, transforming it into a dreaded place; however it's currently for the most part gone by vacationers and pioneers alike. Local people still give offerings here, and it's likewise a scene for full-moon ceremonies.

    Location: Goa Maya Cave is located at Bayad Village, Tegalalang Gianyar,Bali




  • 56 Bali Island Horse

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    There is no doubt in that Bali has some of the most amazing activities which is a must try for you. Get a chance to ride on the fit and sturdy horses while you head out to this island. As the name goes as Island horse, ride while enjoying the scenic view of the whole region while you take ride on this horse. Bali Island Horse appreciates an amazing area on the beach of the lovely Yeh Gannga Beach. 

    From the  base here, they also offer ATV Quad rides utilizing the biggest quad bicycles ensuring a fun day out for all the family. Here at the stables the horses are very well taken care of. They have three delightful youthful Australian Quarter Horses who are right now in ground preparing and to be begun under seat in 2017. They have Natural Horsemanship with the horses which are a brilliant method for making a bond with our stallions and creating trust.

    Highlights: While visiting this place not just learn to ride a horse but make it more interesting with an exciting ATV ride over the shoreline, through neighborhood towns and rice paddies and find an alternate side of Bali.

    Location: Bali Island Horse is located at Jl. Pantai Yeh Gangga II, Sudimara, Sudimara, Kec. Tabanan, Kabupaten Tabanan, Bali, Indonesia


  • 57 Bali Strawberry Farm

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    Bali is a hotspot of different types of attractions and items. Apart from being the most favourite tourist destination with plenty of beaches and islands, Bali houses umpteen number of farms as well. While you visit Bali, you will come across different types of farms and a famous one among them is the Strawberry farm and restaurant. You can pick the rich red coloured strawberries straight from the garden.

    You can enjoy tasting them with your family and it has been marked as something really cherish-able. The fruits can be picked from the garden anytime and the garden maintains the cool air during the day time also so that you will feel happy to spend ample time walking through the plants.

    Highlights: Bali Strawberry Farm and Restaurant provides different kinds of food items made of strawberry; even fried strawberry is a speciality here. There are desserts made of fresh fruit plucked from the farm like milkshakes, cakes, ice cream etc. Those who love strawberry will be vulnerable to fall in love with the place forever.

    Opening hours: 09:00 am to 06:00 pm.

    Entrance fee: IDR 2000

    Location: The farm is located in Bedugul, Jl. Raya Baturiti Bedugul. It is located at a distance of a drive of around 2 hours from Ngurah Rai Airport.



  • 58 Old Steam Train

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    A permanently parked train which is a primary tourist attraction in Bali is the old steam train in front of the Kuta Station Hotel and you won’t need a ticket to visit this train. Visitors get amused at this original train that was used to transport years ago using burning coal. They take picture standing in front of this historical asset of Bali.

    Highlights: An esteemed attraction placed in front of Kuta Station Hotel and Spa is a remarkable spot for happiness as kids would enjoy exploring the front cabin of the real train once did chug and choo with the help of coal. The train does not look old enough as it was maintained well by the locals for last some years.

    Family tours will make an itinerary including a visit to the train which does not need a ticket to enter and capture the eyes of everyone at the first glance itself. A piece of rarity has been protected by the people of Bali for many years now has a lot of admirers from all over the world.

    Location: Jalan Kartika Plaza 8x, Kuta, Bali, 80361, Indonesia



  • 59 Sekumpul Waterfall

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    After Aling Aling Waterfall, Sekumpul Waterfalls are the most scenic and natural attractions in Bali. Sekumpul means a cluster or group. These waterfalls are a group of six or seven narrow cascades in the middle of a pure green bamboo forest. Those who love nature will find this fascinating location close to heart. You can reach the falls after a nature trek through the bamboo-forested valley.

    Highlights: The two upland streams give water to these falls which are the most accessible ones in the area by crossing the village of Sekumpul situated in an upland region of the Buleleng regency. From Lovina Beach, the village is just an hour drive away.

    But getting down to the falls demand a good amount of energy and strain since the paths are heavy dirt tracks, then hundreds of steep steps and streams to cross over. Nonetheless, the views from the falls are just mind blowing.

    Location: Tejakula, Lemukih, Sawan, Sudaji, Sawan, Kabupaten Buleleng, Bali 81171, Indonesia

    Timings: Open round the year. 

    Price: Entry to the waterfall is free.



  • 60 The Sacred and Secret Canyon of Sukawati

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    A sacred yet secretive canyon protected as a gem in Bali is Sukawati canyon. As tourists will nod their head in agreement if I say Sukawati is the place where you can visit the famous art market for an extensive shopping at very cheap rate. But the importance of SukawatCanyonon was built up recently after it got disclosed to the public through social media.

    The canyon is an addition to the beautiful attraction spread across the island. People in Bali began to address it as Guwang Hidden Canyon since it is located in a small village called Guwang in Sukawati. The entrance is near Pura Dalem Guwang.

    Highlights: Sukawati canyon has grown up to a favourite tourist attraction in Bali. A lot of travelers come to visit this precious and sacred canyon. At the parking area, you will get a chance to see local people roaming around the village and doing day to day trade. A small hut can be seen where you can give some donation in order to access the canyon but it is not an entrance fee as such. They will offer you guidance if you ask for ut. The pathway that lead to the canyon is short and you can reach there in 10 minutes by foot.

    The route strides along the shallow river, letting you cross some boulders. Though majority of the river is shallow, there are much deeper portions within it. If you wear shorts, swimwear or tanks top, then it would be easy to cross the river and the rock formations. But the place is not recommended for kids as well as elders since the routes are challenging. Wedged amidst the unorthodox serenity, the canyon is a lovely place to explore and do trekking.

    Entrance fee: There is no entrance fee to be paid but a donation can be given to the guards.

    Timing: 08:00 am to 05:30 pm.

    Location: Jalan Sahadewa, Banjar Wangbung, Guwang, Sukawati, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80582, Indonesia.



  • 61 Pura Rambut Siwi

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    Lying amidst an incandescent serenity, Pura Rambut Siwi is yet another famous and alluring temple in Bali, located on the west coast, to the east of Yeh Embang Village. The temple situated around 10 km away from Negara is easily accessible by car or motorcycles. Locals, as well as tourists, come here aplenty to worship the deity every day.

    The main part of the temple is perched on a cliff bank which provides an exuberant visual of the Indian Ocean, spreading so beautifully across the island. There is a representative temple building set beside the main road that goes from Denpasar to Gilimanuk.

    History of the Temple: The birth of the temple is believed to happen with the arrival of Danghyang Nirartha in Bali. There is a saying that the sage protected a village from an epidemic and as a token of protection he handed over his hair to the villagers and left. The name of this temple also has a significant meaning relating to this sage’s hair.

    Structure of the temple: Since the main structure is located on a cliff, one can reach there only by climbing up some stairs that lead to an entrance without roof. Inside the temple, there are shrines and places to worship and you can enjoy the enticing beauty of the ocean very well.

    Highlight: This is one of the biggest temple in Bali and the unspoilt surrounding exhibits tropical rainforests and tiny villages. A variety of endemic species of Bali can be seen in the premises. The temple is to protect the harsh influence of the sea and thus guard the villages, as the natives believe and this is the one of the major water temples on the island.  

    Location: The temple is located in Yeh Embang Kangin countryside in Jembrana regency. It would take a drive of 2 hours 30 minutes from Denpasar town to the west of Bali or 45 minutes from Negara town.



  • 62 Pura Alas Jagasari

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    Since Bali is a dynamic island with a lot of temples and Hindu beliefs, each temple is a center of the gathering, prayer, and offering to their supreme deities. Seaside temples, cliff-top temples, stone temples, ancient temples- Bali is rich and blessed with heritage with the existence of these temples. One of the prominent temples located far away from the screeching horns of the traffic is Alas Jagasari Temple. The location of the temple is in a village called Penempahan, Manukaya, Gianyar, Bali.

    The unique specialties of the temple pull an ample number of locals as well as tourists to it. A holy combination of the Bale Agung and Pura Puseh makes the temple interesting.

    History of the Temple: The temple was constructed in the 10th or 11th century as the natives say, during the old Kingdom of Bali, Warmadewa. The existence of the temple was scripted in an inscription in the temple Sakenan Manukaya.

    Structure of the temple: Alas Jagasari Temple is nestled amidst the small forest region around which houses a variety of rare plants which are used for religious ceremonies in the temple. The architecture of the temple resembles that of Kediri Kingdom existed in the 11th century.

    Location: Banjar Penempahan, Manukaya, Tampaksiring 80552, Indonesia.



  • 63 Village of the Deaf

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    A unique attraction in Bali, people will find it difficult to believe even it exists- I am talking about the Deaf Village in which a community called Bengkala uses sign language to communicate with each other. Kata Kolok is the name of the special language which is never spoken but demonstrated out. The talk of the deaf is an atypical sign language free from the international or Indonesian sign languages. Bengkala is a northern Bali village which houses a higher population of deaf people.

    More than seven generations of Bengkala have been occupying deaf people. This particular situation or status quo happens due to the presence of a geographically centric recessive gene called DFNB 3. But the villagers believe that they are suffering from a serious curse from the past. Rather separating the deaf residents, the villagers started using the sign language and thus adopted a deaf lifestyle.

    Highlights: Sign language will be taught to the kids those who can speak and hear but in order to make the aware of equality, the elders start this in the younger age. Deaf students learn together with hearing students and the teachers use the sign language as well as speaking simultaneously.



  • 64 Bask in a Sea of Gold – Desa Belok

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    An irresistible romantic destination in the romantic Bali is Desa Belok where the golden yellow Marigold flowers extend the carpets of love and happiness to the visitors. The long stretches of those flowers glitter when the sun shines properly and thus arranging a beautiful background for honeymoon photoshoot and romantic pictures. These flower fields are lying across the roadside between Bedugul and Kintamani providing a nourishing beauty of the intertwined hues of yellow and green.

    The Marigold flowers are an important part of Balinese culture since the golden colour is associated with Sang Hyang Widhi Wasa, the most superior god of Balinese people. These flowers are used for prayers and offerings in Bali mixed with rice and incense.

    Highlight: The Marigold fields are quite alluring and charming so that you will find difficult to escape from the immaculate beauty easily. The perfect photographic location is now a favourite tourist and honeymoon spot.

    Location: The fields are located in Desa Belok. It will take around 15 to 30-minute drive from Bedugul to Kintamani and on the way, you will be able to spot the vast yellow fields filled with Marigold flowers.



  • 65 Serangan Island

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    Turtle Island, another name of Serangan Island in Bali is located near to Denpasar around 10 km distance away and why it got the name related to turtles because it is considered to be one of the important nesting ground for green sea turtles. Since the emergence of turtle conservation, the consumption of turtle meat and the use of the creatures during ceremonies were decreased. Another feature of the island lies in the beautiful Sakenan temple situated on the western edge of the island.

    Earlier, the island was accessible only by traditional wooden boats can be easily accessed by 110 meters long bridge now. Though some find it an unlikely attraction, some visitors have pointed out that many features of the island let it stand out from other islands in the archipelago.

    Highlights: The population on the island meet their both ends by involving in the fishing industry. The Muslim communities live in harmony with the Hindu communities here. There is a turtle breeding spot where green turtles are laying eggs and they will be hatched under the surveillance of the operator Citra Taman Penyu. The annual ceremonies held at the temple attract many visitors toward the island

    Activities: The watersports done on the island are one of the main reasons why tourists love to arrive here. Surfing has its unbreakable clutches on the beach. Other activities like windsurfing, swimming, boating are also done by the tourists arrive here.In 2008, the first Asian Beach Games was held on this beach as it was one of the three venues. The Shark Island conservation project plays an important role in making the island safe for swimming with white tip reef sharks.

    How to reach there: You can reach the island easily from Denpasar and it is lying about 15 minutes away from the Kuta and Sanur areas. 



  • 66 Atuh Beach

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    Another scenic heaven in Nusa Penida, Bali is the famous Atuh Beach which has been attracting a lot of tourist lately. You will be flabbergasted by the clearness of the turquoise waters, the flawless white sandy shorelines, the towering high bluff dividers, excellent green nature, and best of all it ought to be all yours, your own particular private beach. 

    Atuh Beach is a stunning shoreline with the excellent picturesque like asylum on earth. Atuh Beach is situated in Nusa Penida, Klungkung rule the shoreline has a standout amongst the most striking perspectives you can ever envision. Here you will discover the gleaming turquoise waters compared against jagged mountain pinnacles, and extend of white sands laid out splendidly in the bended shoreline. 

    Atuh Beach is plentiful with rocks and is neglected by a bluff. In any case, the staggering coral reefs are what breathe life into Atuh, particularly amid low tide when at their full transcendence.

    Highlights: Lay back and watch the day pass by at a standout amongst the most exquisite shorelines in Bali, and try to take the prettiest pictures while you are grinding away.

    Location: Atuh Beach is located Pejukutan, Nusa Penida, Pejukutan, Nusapenida, Kabupaten Klungkung, Bali 80771, Indonesia




  • 67 Broken Sea: Pasih Uwug

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    Pasir Uug Beach (Broken Beach) is situated at Nusa Penida Island. While visiting the sea you will definitely find the roads a bit uneven but once you reach the place you will remain awestruck with its beauty. Appreciate the sound of the waves, winds while witnessing the beauty of the region. Uwug, is also called the broken ocean, is one of a kind fascination in Nusa Penida that happens to be a cool topographical marvel.

    On first sight, you'll see a characteristic curve made by the stone bluffs. The curve or the gap in the stone precipice as some would state. The floor of the give in had given way, making the curve we see today. The opening in the bluff has likewise permitted sea waters to course through making a ravishing regular pool on the opposite side to wonder about, and even swim.

    Highlights: Display on the shoreline Pasih Uug Beach is extremely wonderful and calm. There, we can see the blend of two attractions well as the fascination of green slopes and blue ocean attractions.

    Location: Pasih Uug Beach located in Banjar Sumpang, Village Flower Blooms west to Nusa Peninda.



  • 68 Lembongan Island Seaweed Farm

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    Another interesting attraction which is definitely a visit for you is the Lembongan Island Seaweed Farm. While it's anything but difficult to consider Nusa Lembongan and the adjacent islands of Ceningan and Penida as traveler hotspots, ocean growth cultivating instead of visitor cultivating remains the backbone here and frames the foundation of the economies of every one of the three islands.

    The local people cultivate the stuff and you'd most likely be shocked at exactly how regularly you utilize items utilizing subordinates of ocean growth every day.

    The interwoven ranches can be seen sitting seaward quite recently under the surface at high tide and presented to the components at low tide when nearby agriculturists slide upon them to look after and keep up their gather.

    Location: Seaweed Farm is famous in Lembongan Island which is located between Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Penida.


  • 69 Pet Station

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    There is no doubt in that pets are the friendliest creature on earth and will definitely make your time good and exciting. The Pet Station Country Club is a definitive pet affair in Jimbaran. Regardless of whether your pet is remaining for only one day or a few evenings, you would be able to spend some time alone while your pet is in incredible hands. This pet station with right around 6 sections of land of best in class, naturally cordial offices including indoor and outside puppy stops are the perfect for your pet. They also have an indoor pool, relieving private suites for puppies and luxury cat condos to enhance their leisure time.

    Location: Pet Station is located at JL. By Pass Ngurah Rai, No. 288 B, Nusa Dua, Mumbul, Jimbaran, Kuta Sel., Kabupaten Badung, Bali, Indonesia




  • 70 Geger Beach

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    A neat and clean beach in Nusa Dua is Geger Beach which calls tourists and travelers to spend a good time there with the playful waves. The busy beach is a great attraction located in Nusa Dua. It is situated from the highway leading to Nusa Dua and the white sand beach always glisten and the sea is calmer when compared to the beaches in Kuta or Balangana Beach. 

    You can find a lot of seaweed farmers here who work to drive their lives ahead. Along the shore, there are a lot of cafes and small restaurants where you can spend time and sit happily for hours. Also there is a temple at the end of the beach.

    Activities: Geger Beach is a beautiful host for multiple activities; both water based and land based. Still, it is famous for swimming, diving, surfing, beach games including golf. Or, you can simply sit and relax watching the waves approaching the shore and the serenity which is quite appreciative all the time.

    Highlights: There are glittering star restaurants and hotels near the beach making it familiar and easily accessible for the tourists.

    Location: Desa Adat Peminge, Sawangan, Nusa Dua, Indonesia.




  • 71 Tjampuhan's Sacred Hills

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    When in Bali you would definitely want to explore some of the best places there.  Known for its beauty and the amazing surroundings Tjampuhan's Sacred Hills is another attraction in Ubud, Bali. And what can be a better way to explore the whole region then trekking. Yes, you heard it right guys.

     Head along the old Tjampuhan Ridge, a casual and peaceful vista high above Ubud, to Tjampuhan Temple where local people make an offering to Bali's divine beings. You will be walking close at the foot of the Tjampuhan Bridge, a holy intersection point in the River Oos. Spend some time enjoying the views of the terraced rice paddies, where you can take in the emerald perspectives of palm, coconut and stirring alang-alang which line the edge.

     Location: This place is located at Jalan Bangkiang Sidem, Kelusa, Payangan, Ubud, Kelusa, Payangan, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80571, Indonesia

     Price: The approximate prices starts from IDR 250



  • 72 Pura Dalem Agung Padangtegal

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    Settled inside the Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary, the fascinating Pura Dalem Agung has a genuine Indiana Jones feel to it; the passageway to the internal sanctuary highlights Rangda figures devouring children. Pura Dalem Agung Padangtegal, or Padangtegal Great Temple of Death, is one of three Hindu temples making up a s complex situated in the Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary – regularly called the "Ubud Monkey Forest".

     Highlights: Also called the "Main Temple," Pura Dalem Agung Padangtegal lies in the southwestern piece of the Ubud Monkey Forest grounds and is utilized for worshiping the god Hyang Widhi in exemplification of Shiva, the Recycler or Transformer. Like the other two temple in the unpredictable, it is thought to have been worked around 1350. Head out to this place in Ubud while you explore the place to its core.



  • 73 Taman Ujung Water Palace

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    Karangasem Regency in Bali is filled with many historical sites. Ujung Water Palace is one among them which was formerly a palace and now it is called Ujung Park or Sukasada Park. From Amlapura, it lies about 5 km away. The palace houses three large pools. In the middle of the pools, there is Gili Bale, the main building. It is connected to the edge of the pool by the bridge.

    History: The palace was built by the King of Karangasem, Gusti Bagus Jelantik. The ownership of the palace was given to Karangasem Royal family. The construction of the building was finished in 1909 under the guidance of a famous architecture from China and the Dutch. It had faced nearly devastation by showers of hot ash in 1963 which was followed by the eruption of Mount Agung and an earthquake in 1979. Restoration of the building happened afterwards and retained its splendour and now it is one of the most features attractions in Bali for locals and visitors.

    Structure of the building: The palace displays a great combination of Balinese and European architecture so well. The three large ponds enhance the beauty of the building to a greater height and they are connected to each by long bridges and pathways.

    Opening hours: 07:00 am to 07:00 pm

    Location: Desa Ujung, Jalan Raya Taman, Tumbu, Karangasem, Tumbu, Kec. Karangasem, Kabupaten Karangasem, Bali 80811, Indonesia.




  • 74 Kuta Night Market

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    A buzzing enclave of food stalls that extend some rare fragrance of delicious food, other grilled food items, shops and busy roads with tourists and tourism workers is Kuta Night Market that opens its eyes nearly in the evening every day and goes on until early morning. The cheapest food in Bali would be available at the street food shops here but offering the best taste ever. Most of the tourists find the food awesome here and you can stroll around to find some authentic traditional restaurants as well.

    The market is comparatively small with limited stalls selling clothes and other items. Those who love to take a leisurely night amidst people but without much traffic and buzzes, Kuta night market will be a good option.

    Highlights: Asian and Indonesian food items are served at many of the restaurants here and they are awesomely tasty. If you love to try some delicious and traditional food styles, then choose any restaurants from the market and have a relaxed dining experience.

    Timing: Starts at 06:00 pm usually and goes on until midnight.

    Prices: Meals will be available at a price range starts at 15000 to 25000 Rp.

    Location: Jl Blambangan, Kuta, Indonesia.



  • 75 100% Genuine Fake Shop

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    You will get an easy shopping on the streets of Kuta without harming your pockets at 100% genuine fake shop. The shop offers not even a single product displayed is a brand that is genuine but all are genuinely fake, 100% genuine fake shop it is. The tourists arrive in Kuta considers it to be one of the must do activities as it extends immense pleasure to stroll around buy items at ridiculously a cheaper rate.

    But shopping here would be enough fun and never attempt to bargain or you might be thrown out of the shop by the owner. There are pick up services if you are stuck in finding the shop.

    Location: Situated at Kuta Badung and can be accessed by any local road transport.



  • 76 Kuta Beach

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    Kuta Beach in Bali is the fulcrum of attractions in this region that located on the western side of the island and known as the most precious tourist destination on the island. Ngurah Rai International Airport is very close to the beach giving you easy access to it. There are a number of resorts near the beach which would give you inimitable views of the beach and the turquoise blue. Earlier, the beach was quite rustic and people used to do fishing here as it was the daily routine of the locals and later it started reforming and now it reached the glorious heights of being the most visited beach in Indonesia.

    The accommodations, restaurants, shopping locations, and the beautiful surrounding are the reason why it could attract more people toward the white sandy beach loved by the azure water all the time.

    Highlights: Kuta Beach never disappointed the visitors coming every year and during the peak season that is from July to August, and Christmas and New Year the beach is fully-booked by travelers.

    Activities: Beachgoers would love the appreciable beauty of Kuta and its welcoming attitude to surfing and it owes its development to the visitors from Australia. The sunset views from the beach are simply adorable and the lines created on the edge of the beach by the swaying coconut trees bring in more charm to the white shore.

    The nightlife, the parties and the leisurely spots near the beach keep the tourists entertained and vibrant throughout and that may be the reason behind why the beach is called the Mecca of beaches in Indonesia.



  • 77 Golden Kirin Coffee Factory Tour

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    How about tasting from the best beans of coffee and making your day a refreshing one while in Jimbaran, Bali. Sounds good right? Home of the finest espresso endowments in Bali this espresso factory will lure you away. Brilliant Kirrin Coffee is produced using chose espresso beans from Bali Island. Here they offer roasted products. Inundate yourself in the sweet aroma and kind of espresso in this extraordinary visit devoted to the cooked bean. Indonesia is one of the world's biggest makers of espresso beans, and the over four century history of development has attempted to deliver extravagance mixes served far and wide. Take a stroll in the espresso farm and learn from developing and handling to broiling and serving.

    Highlights: Also don’t forget to take home some brilliantly crisp beans to appreciate later. Head out for this amazing coffee tour in Bali and make your holidays the most memorable ones.

    Price: the approximate price for the tour starts from IDR 531, 640




  • 78 Paintball Adventure

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    While in Bali there is another adventure which you would not want to miss. Bali Paintball in Jimbaran is a combination of the childhood games tag and hide & seek but is much more challenging and sophisticated.  Although there are many different game formats, typically a group of players will divide into two teams to play capture the flag. The number of players on each team can vary from one or two, five or seven or ten or even up to 100 players in the case of Paintball Bali’s field. The object of the game is to go out and capture the centre flag and bring it back to your opponent’s starting point.

    While you are trying to capture the flag, you also try to eliminate opposing players by tagging them with a paintball expelled from a special airgun called a paint gun. Games run from 20 to 45 minutes, depending on which of the three fields are used at Bali Paintball and the number of players playing. Between games, players take a break to get more paintballs and have a snack or a drink while they share stories about the thrills of victory and the usually funny agonies of defeat.

     Timings: Starts from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Monday to Sunday.

     Price: The approximate price starts from IDR 500,000




  • 79 Devdan Show

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    Devdan is a familiar name for all Bali lovers, the treasure of the Indonesian archipelago. The famous stage performance depicting high energy visual treat for the spectators, Devdan represents the wide variety of Indonesia’s culture. It is a combination of traditional Indonesian dance activities with modern contemporary dance, internationally recognized acrobatic attractions, colourful yet glittering costumes, and of course the brand new high-tech special effects. 

    On this 90 minutes long performance, the audience will be taken to a magical extravaganza that displays the tradition and diversity of the Indonesian archipelago, extending from Bali to Sumatra to Java to Papua etc. The costumes and music that accompany the performance are quite Indonesian and thus it attracts people fast and they will be amused to see the unpredictable mélange.

    Highlights: While you are on a tour of Bali, Devdan Show must be included in your itinerary as it promises complete entertainment and fun-filled time for you. The show is featured to entertain the guests with the artistic and natural attractions that are the part of Indonesian lifestyle.

    Devdan show is performed four times a week at the newest and most advanced theatre of Bali in the heart of Nusa Dua. The artists and performers from the different parts of Bali are well trained and experienced. They have done a number of performances at the theatre for many years and still continuing in pulling the crowds.

    Timings: The show will be on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday 07:30 pm and the duration is for 90 minutes approximately.

    Entry fee:

         -Adult: VIP- 1,560,000 IDR, Prime View- 1,105,000 IDR, Good View- 8,45,000 IDR and Rear View- 5,20,000 IDR
         -Child: VIP- 1,560,000 IDR and for other seats child has to pay 50% of the published rates.

    Location: Komplek ITDC, Benoa, Kuta Sel., Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80363, Indonesia



  • 80 Kintamani Highlands

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    When you are in the most adventurous destination in the world there are a lot of things you would want to do or head out for an exploration. Head out to Kintamani Highland to appreciate some fantastic landscape. Witness the magnificence of Mount Batur and its amazing sister lake on an abundance of climbing trails and tracks that cut over the aggregate of this celebrated around the world rugged area. Breathe in the mountain air and visit a portion of the more confined temples in the regions, dedicated to the lords of ripeness and nature and lauding them for the wealth and the influence of the nature around them.

     Price: The approximate price for the tour starts from IDR 532,600



  • 81 Threads of Life

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    While in Bali you get a lot of option to visit the local markets and discover their amazing craftsmanship and handicrafts. Threads of Life are a reasonable exchange business that works with culture and preservation to reduce destitution in rustic Indonesia. The legacy quality materials and wicker bin we commission are made with neighborhood materials and normal colors to a stunning standard more often than not observed just in historical centers.

     Threads  of Life display most of the way up the restricted Jalan Kajeng, which offers educational perspectives into the abundance of choice materials from Bali's provincial regions, and Indonesia's lesser known eastern area specifically. The shop is only a short walk north from the Ubud's focal attractions, for example, the Art Market and Royal Palace. It also houses a broad gathering of uncommon woven and customary colored materials in a wide assortment of complex examples.

     Location: The threads of life is located at Jl. Kajeng No.24, Ubud, Gianyar, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80571, Indonesia.



  • 82 Ubud Royal Palace

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    Get a chance to taste royalty while you visit the amazing Ubud Royal Palace in Bali. The Ubud Royal Palace is a standout amongst the most conspicuous places in Ubud. The castle can be viewed as the central milestone of Ubud. The Ubud royal residence was worked amid the lordship of the late Ida Tjokorda Putu Kandel (1800-1823), and is well-kept by his progressive beneficiaries.

     It has all around protected Balinese architecture and beguiling patio nursery settings, and is best among lovers of Balinese arts. The presence of Ubud Royal Palace as a castle is prepared by a Wantilan/auditorium room that is a vast working of meeting room and a banyan tree as haven place at the daytime.

     Highlights: The traditional market is the place of society financial aspects and its reality is dependably verge on royal residence as imaginative social life focus. It implies that the both post meeting is portraying the flow of society and kingdom life.

     Location: Ubud Royal Palace is located at Jl. Raya Ubud No.8, Ubud, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80571, Indonesia.



  • 83 Symon's Art Zoo

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    Another of the interesting thing in Ubud bali which is a must visit for you is the Symon’s Art Zoo.  One of the most amazing and the weirdest museum, come gallery, come home is the Symon's Art Zoo. Symon is an American artist from the Midwest, who has lived in Bali since 1972 and has a desire for the intriguing.

    Outside his place is sign saying 'Danger Art!' Symon's compositions utilize extremely clear hues as smit Arie, and Andy Warhol's. He appears to support Balinese young men, in different phases of uncover, as his topic. The building itself is a craftsman's fantasy, substantial, 2 story, a lot of light and places for hanging the workmanship. The view from the upstairs space was extraordinary excessively disregarding the paddies.

     Highlights: At Symon’s Art Zoo each divider, roof and surface from within to the outside has been painted uproarious shading, with the endless confined pictures packed onto practically every accessible inch of space. The outside of Symon's house is apparently significantly more great, with a gigantic blue religious figure relaxing outside his front door and a substantial red phallus statue in plain view.

     Location: Symon's Art Zoo is located at Jl. Airsanih - Tejakula, Pacung, Buleleng, Kabupaten Buleleng, Bali 81173, Indonesia



  • 84 Bali Safari and Marine Park

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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.

    It is home to more than 60 species, all of which meander aimlessly in huge walled in areas that copy their characteristic living spaces. Appreciate riding on a safari transport to visit the creatures, viewing interesting elephant ability appears, get cuddly with child orangutans, and view infant sharks at the aquarium.

     Highlights: In Bali Safari and Marine Park there are 80 species and around 400 species from three regions - Indonesia, India and Africa, including spotted deers, Himalayan bears, nilgai, dark bucks, African hippos, zebras, camels, ostriches, monkeys, blue wildebeests, and lions. The most epic in plain view are the unbelievable Indian white tigers. Visitors board safari transports to go through various regions of the recreation center.

    Location: Bali Safari & Marine Park is located at Jl. Bypass Prof. Dr. Ida Bagus Mantra Km. 19,8, Serongga, Kec. Gianyar, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80551,Indonesia.

     Timings: Opens from 9:00 AM–5:00 PM



  • 85 Gunung Kawi

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    When you are visiting Bali, you will find a lot of attraction which shows the spiritual and cultural importance of the whole region. One such place which signifies the beauty of this region is the Gunung Kawi. Gunung Kawi Temple complex is privately referred to as Pura Gunung Kawi, is one of Bali's most extraordinary archeological destinations, containing a gathering of antiquated place of worship reliefs cut into the substance of a stone precipice.

    The fundamental site disregards the hallowed Pakerisan River, which additionally streams by the Tirta Empul Temple a kilometer up north. Over the waterway from the antiquated reliefs is a temple yard highlighting old Hindu sanctuaries in a more contemporary engineering style, which is gone to by explorers particularly amid its "piodalan" sanctuary commemorations.

     Highlights: Gunung Kawi Temple is a well known stopover on schedules through the uplands of the Gianyar rule. The temple complex is effectively found, just a couple of hundred meters east from the Jalan Raya Tampaksiring primary course, from where you proceed down by walking to a cleared walkway that is fixed with workmanship shops and little neighborhood warungs.

     Location: The temple complex is located at Banjar Penaka, Gianyar, Tampaksiring, Bali 80552, Indonesia.

     



  • 86 Puri Lukisan Museum

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    Another museum in Ubud which is a must visit for you is the Puri Lukisan Museum. Set among tropical gardens in the centre of Ubud, Puri Lukisan is the most established workmanship historical center in Bali. This historical center has a great scope of conventional Balinese artistic creations, woodcarvings and contemporary Balinese works of art. The name Puri Lukisan signifies "royal residence of painting".

    A great part of the work at the gallery concentrates on Balinese craftsmanship, culture and history. The exhibition hall additionally grandstands craftsmanship by European expats, including Walter Spies from Germany and Rudolf Bonnet from The Netherlands. The exhibition hall's unique display, named Pitamaha, to see sketches by persuasive European craftsmen in Bali and the works by their understudies.Gusti Nyoman Lempad was one of them; he painted the wall painting outside, an imitation of the first delineation of nearby rice paddies.

    Highlights: In different exhibitions, peruse post-World War II Balinese workmanship and see cases of the traditional Kamasan style, starting in Java. There is additionally an accumulation of works concentrating on conventional Balinese scenes and styles. Watch out for the woodcarvings all through the grounds. The exhibition hall likewise has guided visits, shows and workshops, which incorporate painting, moving, music, woodcarving and batik, a technique for coloring material.

    Location: The museum is located at Jl. Raya Ubud, Ubud, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80571, Indonesia.

    Timings: Opens from 12:00 AM–6:00 PM, 9:00 PM–12:00 AM



  • 87 Agung Rai Museum of Art (ARMA)

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    Officially opened on June 9,1996 by the Ministry of Culture and Education and managed by the ARMA Foundation, the Agung Rai Museum of Art is yet another beautiful location in Bali, which you must not miss during your trip. The museum is surrounded by beautiful tropical garden and features the authentic Balinese architecture. Some of the notable works that you can witness inside the museum include the arts by Raden Saleh and Affandi, Walter Spies, Rudolf Bonnet and Arian Le Mayeur. Moreover, the museusm also has classic Batuan and Kamasan styled paintings.

    Location: The Blanco Renaissance Museum is located at Jalan Raya Pengosekan in Ubud, Gianyar.

    How to reach: As the ARMA Museum is not connected to any public transport; the only way to reach here is via hiring a car.

    Entrance Fees: The approximate price is IDR 50,000 per person and includes coffee and tea, which you can have from the museum's cafe.

    Timings: 9 AM to 6 PM


  • 88 Blanco Renaissance Museum

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    While you are visiting the most desired destination in the world a lot of you might planning to visit some of the famous places in Ubud. Well if you are a history buff and museums attract you then this will be definitely the start for you. Situated on a hilltop and sitting above the lavish valley of Campuhan, it houses artworks, montages and delineated verse Blanco Renaissance Museum is an absolute visit for you in Ubud.

    With lithographic fine arts of Antonio Blanco most loved subject: naked Balinese ladies, this museum has been pulling in a great deal of traveler around the globe. The photo of Antonio Blanco (1912–99) robbing with Michael Jackson says it all while you first visit the museum.

    Highlights: Assuming the part of a capricious craftsman à la Dalí, he is known for his expressionist workmanship and represented verse that joins a blend of styles and mediums. Additionally, appreciate the waterfall and fascinating winged creatures in transit in, and great perspectives over the waterway.

    Location: The Blanco Renaissance Museum is located at Jl. Raya Penestanan, Sayan, Ubud, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80571, Indonesia.

    Timings: Opens from 9:00AM- 5:00 PM

    How to reach: As the Blanco Renaissance Museum is not connected to any public transport; the only way to reach here is via hiring a car.

    Entrance Fees: The approximate price is IDR 80,000 per person.



  • 89 Lovina Beach

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    Lovina Beach is a blend of littler shorelines crossing a few nearby towns between two areas in the North Bali rule of Buleleng. The shoreline is an extraordinary contrasting option to the exceptionally prevalent (and regularly swarmed shorelines of Bali's south, any semblance of Kuta, Legian and Seminyak. More settled waves, tranquil dark sand shores, excites in the offing, and a nightlife scene, are only a couple of things that entirety up this curious north Bali drift.

    Evenings are a remarkable highlight here, with rather stifled nightlife after sunset. An expansive parking spot outskirts the shoreline with lines of bistros and in vogue fish eateries at its sides. Close to the sand, a solitary towering dolphin statue remains as an official point of interest.

    Highlights: This beach is famous for dolphin sightseeing. People from around the world come to witness the friendly creature here.


    Location: The Lovina beach is located in Kalibukbuk area of Bali.


  • 90 Tampak Siring/Holy Spring Water Temple

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    There are a lot of temples and holy spring in Kintamani, Bali which attracts a lot of tourist from around the world. Tirtha Empul Temple or also called Tampak Siring Temple or Holy Water Temple is a place to purge our self from the awful impacts in life where we can find the conventional showers sourced from the springs at this sanctuary. The water that comes out from the shower is accepted to dispose of all sorts of maladies incorporating unfriendly adverse effect in the human life.

     Highlights: The Balinese believes that the springs ascending from the earth is the God's creation, thus in 882 Saka (990 AD) organized to be a lake refined by the sort of Indrajayasinghawarmadewa with the name of Tirtha ri air hampul. The information is contained on an engraving at Sakenan Temple.

     Location: Tampak Siring Temple is located in Tampak Siring Village, Gianyar Regency,  39 km to the east of Denpasar City



    Top Things To Do in Tampak Siring/Holy Spring Water Temple

  • 91 Lake Batur (Danau Batur)

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    Another precious attraction in Kintamani which is a must visit for you 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.

     Highlights: While you are here get a taste of the culture here as you explore the local village and then the museum and learn about the historical backdrop of the volcano. Also visit Pura Ulun Danu Batur- - considered the second most famous temple in Bali. The temple sits on the edge of the caldera, having been destroyed by the lava when it was initially situated within the basin.

     Location: Lake Batur is located at south east side of Mount Batur.



    Top Things To Do in Lake Batur (Danau Batur)

  • 92 Uluwatu Temple

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    Uluwatu Temple, or Pura Luhur Uluwatu, one of six fundamental temples thought to be Bali's holy pillars, is famous for its majestic location, rested on top of a sheer cliff approximately 70 metres above sea level. This temple also yields the marvelous sunset backdrops as that of Tanah Lot Temple located on the island's western shores. This temple is unquestionably one of the top points on the island to enjoy the stunning sunset delight, with uninterrupted views overlooking the gorgeous Indian Ocean.
    Balinese structure, traditionally-designed gateways and antiquated sculptures add to Uluwatu Temple's appeal.
    Without an uncertainty, what makes Uluwatu Temple spectacular is its cliff-top environment at the end of a plateau 250 feet above the waves of the Indian Ocean. Several archaeological relics found here confirm the temple to be of megalithic origin, dating back to the 10th century. There are two entrances to Uluwatu Temple, from the south and the north.

    Timings: The visiting hours for the temple is from 9 AM to 6 PM. As a place of worship, however, it is open 24 hours daily.

    How to Reach: Take the bypass main road to Nusa Dua and to Jimbaran and then follow the ascending road up to Uluwatu.


  • 93 Lake Beratan

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    Lake Beratan is a hollow lake that has a caldera of about 1231 meters above the sea level. It is located at Bedugul and is an important attraction of Bali.

    Highlights: Lake Beratan has a width of 3.8 km square and a depth of up to 22 meters. The water volume of the lake is approximately 0,049 km3, so it is actually a closed lake. Tourists can access the lake via the dock which is desisted or provided around the Ulun Danu Beratan Temple. Visitors can also carry out an array of activities for recreation such as parasailing, water skiing, riding on the motorbike to circle the whole of lake, fishing, banana boating and canoeing with the traditional boat.

    Location: Lake Beratan is located at Jl. Bedugul - Singaraja, Candikuning, Baturiti, Kabupaten Tabanan, Bali, Indonesia

    Timings: 7:00 AM to 5:00 PM

    Price: IDR 7,500 per person Children(domestic) IDR 10,000 per person Adult (domestic) IDR 15,000 per person Children (tourist) IDR 30,000 per person Adult (tourist)


  • 94 Taman Ayun Temple

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    When you visit Bali, Taman Ayun Temple is a must visit attraction as it holds a supreme position in the development of Balinese culture and tradition. The astounding landmark is in the village of Mengwi in Badung regency. Brilliantly portrayed architecture makes the temple complex separated from other temples in Bali. The traditional architectural nuances can be seen in its courtyards, enclosures and the vast garden landscapes that house lotus and fish ponds.

    History of the Temple: The construction of the temple was in 1634 by the then ruler, Tjokerda Sakti Blambangan. The Chinese architectural aspects had influenced the construction of this temple as well. Hence in 1937, the temple witnessed a major restoration project.

    Highights: There are the towering tiers that create the profile of Taman Ayun and the temple complex is considered to be the mother temple of Mengwi. It was meant to serve as the main worship centre for Mengwi people since they were not travelling far to other main temples like Besakih in Karangasem or Batur Temple in Kintamani. Taman Ayung is believed to be the unifying factor of the people and the royal family.

    Structure of the Temple: The temple complex possesses expansive landscaped gardens and courtyards. The first courtyard which is large and open is a grassy expanse while the courtyard inside has a number of meru or multi-tiered shrines. Along with them, there are pools filled with pink lotuses and fish. The complex is part of the subak which shows the complex rice field irrigation system.

    Entry fee:
         -Adult: 20000 Rp
         -Child: 10000 Rp

    Opening hours: 08:00 am to 06:00 pm

    Location: Jl. Ayodya No.10, Mengwi, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80351, Indonesia



    Top Things To Do in Taman Ayun Temple

  • 95 Ubud Monkey Forest

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    Also known as the Sacred Monkey Forest of Padangtegal, Ubud Monkey Forest is one of Ubud's most famous attractions; a characteristic woods asylum that is home to a crowd of dim since quite a while ago followed macaques. The site is very much safeguarded because of a group based administration program. The forest is situated close to Ubud Town Center, and inside simple strolling separation from guesthouses and resorts along the primary streets of Jalan Hanoman and the namesake Jalan Monkey Forest.

    Other than watching perky monkeys in their natural habitat, swinging through shades, lazing along pathways or eating bananas, the site offers cool strolls along cleared pathways through a verdant nutmeg wood. Excellent old sanctuaries with gatekeeper statues canvassed in greenery additionally highlight all through the forest.

     Highlights: If you want to explore few other places than the Ubud Monkey Forest you can also visit the Ubud Royal Palace and head out for some shopping in the Ubud Art Market.

     Location: Ubud Monkey Forest is located at Jl. Monkey Forest, Ubud, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80571, Indonesia

     Timings:  Open from 8:30 AM–6:00 PM



  • 96 Jatiluwih Green Land

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    Jatiluwih Green Land is prominent for its scenic landscapes that are extremely exotic and dramatic. This was once the UNESCO Cultural Heritage Site candidate.

    Highlights: You can take a full day tour to the Jatiluwih Green Land. Jatiluwih is the principal attraction here along with the other prominent highlights located here such as the Alas Kedaton Monkey Forest and the Batukaru Temple. The picturesque Tanah Lot sea can also be visited towards the end of your day tour just in time when you can partake in the dinner shows with the backdrop of the splendid sunset. Halfway up the view is the very alluring view accredited to the 180 degrees of the gently sloping terraces that can be seen as far as your eyes go.

    Location: Jatiluwih Green Land is located at about 700 meters above the sea level in the Tabanan regency of the Penebel district.

    Timings: Open round the year.

    Price: Entry to the Jatiluwih Green Land is free.



  • 97 Mount Batur

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    While you are in Bali you should picked this Kintamani tour which permits you to trek to Mount Batur. Head out for an exciting trek to Mount Batur and welcome the sun in the early morning when the entire world is snoozing. Trek to a stature of around 1717 meter and experience the marvellous magnificence. Mount Batur is considered as one of the sacred mountains by the Hindus. This volcanic mountain draws individuals from distant locations abroad for its shocking beautiful beauty.

    The dawn trekking in Bali is exceptionally well known among the vacationer everywhere throughout the world. Feel the difficulties as you trek through the dimness and achieve the top to appreciate the stunning dawn. This is a twofold treat for the photography sweethearts where they can click some astonishing photos of the dawn and the environment.

    Highlights: While heading out on this trek you can also enjoy some lavish breakfast right there along with your friends.

    Price: Approximate cost starts from 60 USD per individual

    Location: Mount Batur is located at the center of two concentric calderas North West of Mount Agung on the island of Bali.