15 Breathtaking Hidden Places in Bali for a Perfect Vacation!
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Undiscovered Places in Bali

1. The Sacred and Secret Canyon of Sukawati – Hidden Canyon Beji Guwang
2. The Green Cliffs and Little Grotto of Undisan Bangli
3. Bhuana Sari Waterfall
4. Tukad Cepung Waterfall
5. Bandung Waterfall
6. Melasti Beach
7. Suluban Cave
8. Tegal Wangi Beach
9. Mende Hill
10. Desa Pinggan
11.The Twin Lakes of Tamblingan and Buyan
12. The Secret Gardens of Sambangan
13. Belayu Florist
14. Angel’s Billabong
15. Pasih Uug

Owing to the huge popularity of the place, the list of hidden places in Bali is getting shorter and shorter as you read this. But there is still a wide assortment of places to visit for those travelers who wish to get away from the crowd and into the lap of nature. The various waterfalls, beaches, villages, and natural points of interest eagerly anticipate if you really want to venture off the beaten path on this breathtaking Indonesian island.

Bali has a lot of promise, being one of the finest places for a tropical vacation. But the proportion of Hidden places to visit in Bali is relatively smaller. Nonetheless, these gems are bound to take your breath away with their raw beauty and grandeur. Here’s a list of places to add to your itinerary if you are planning your Bali trip.
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Hidden Places in Bali

01

The Sacred and Secret Canyon of Sukawati – Hidden Canyon Beji Guwang

  • Sukawati Canyon, nestled in the tiny town of Guwang in Sukawati, is a holy and secluded canyon preserved as a jewel in Bali, one of the best Hidden places to visit in Bali.
  • There’s a little cottage where you may make a contribution to get entry to the canyon, however there are no admission charges.
  • The trail leading to the valley is brief and takes about 10 mins to go which is certainly splendid to explore and hike.
Location - Jalan Sahadewa, Banjar Wangbung, Guwang, Sukawati, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80582, Indonesia.

Timings - 08:00 am to 05:30 pm.
02

The Green Cliffs and Little Grotto of Undisan Bangli

  • The Green Cliffs and Little Grotto of Undisan Bangli are bordered by foliage and luxuriant flora and the moss covered cliffs form a stunning and relaxing backdrop, making it a Hidden place to visit in Bali.
  • Alternatively, you may dive inside the cave and discover an additional hidden gem in the form of the Little Grotto, as well as experience the aquatic realm beneath the cliffs.

Location - Desa Undisan Kelod, Kecamatan Tembuku, Bangli Regency, Bali.
03

Bhuana Sari Waterfall

  • The Banyu Sari Waterfall is among the best Hidden places to visit in Bali, in which the highlands are still teeming with numerous crowd free cascades waiting to be explored.

  • This place boasts four spectacular waterfalls, such as the beautiful Bhuana Sari waterfall, all within a close walk of one other.

  • If you just want to witness every one of the cascades, count on spending a few hours here.

All four waterfalls are accessible for a charge of 30k IDR.

Location - Wanagiri, Sukasada, Buleleng Regency, Bali 81161, Indonesia

Timings - 8 am - 5 pm

04

Tukad Cepung Waterfall

  • Tukad Cepung Waterfall is one of those Hidden places to visit in Bali you should include to your itinerary.

  • Tukad Cepung Waterfall, unparalleled in Bali, runs softly along the rocks rather than into the creek, stream, or forest.

  • The waterfall is accessible by car, however there is no bus service.

The admission cost both for locals and visitors to the Tukad Cepung Waterfall is IDR 15,000 each head.

Location -  Jalan Tembuku, Dusun Penida Kelod, Tembuku, Bangli regency, Bali, Indonesia.

Timings - 8am- 6 pm

05

Bandung Waterfall

  • Despite its proximity to the freeway, this fall gives the impression of being in the midst of the wilderness, hence it is one of the best hidden places in bali.

  • This is a fantastic spot for lovers to spend some quality time alone, holding hands and having meaningful conversations.

  • This is one of Bandung's tallest cascades, being the first to receive coloured lights, allowing visitors to spend the whole evening enjoying its magnificence following nightfall.

Location: Curug Cimahi Parongpong Kab. Bandung Barat 40559

Timings: 7am – 5pm (lights are up from 5pm – 9pm)

06

Melasti Beach

  • This stunning white sand beachfront is tucked away behind a big limestone mountain and is a must see on your next trip to Bali.

  • Because of its huge rock structures, this beach was historically harder to locate, contributing to its status as being one of hidden places in bali.

  • Anyone who accesses Pantai Melasti must deposit a 10,000 IDR admission charge at the turnoff's registration station. Extra charges will be applicable when you are going to a wedding, photo shoot, or even other special event.

Location: Jl. Melasti Ungasan, Ungasan, Kec. Kuta Sel., Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia

Timings
: 7.00 am - 7.00 pm


07

Suluban Cave

  • Suluban Beach is among hidden places in Bali, hidden behind geological sandstone cliffs and accessible only via small cracks and openings by stairs and wood bridges.

  • Suluban Beach, also known as 'Blue Point,' is located on the edge of Jalan Mamo in Labuan Sait's coastline region, which also includes the popular surf sites Padang Padang and Uluwatu.

  • This narrow beachfront, which is shadowed by a huge side of a cliff, isn't great for sunbathing, but it's perfect for elite surfers who want to kayak out and ride neighboring coral waves.

Location- Jalan Mamo, Uluwatu, Pecatu, Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia

Timings - 24 hours a day

08

Tegal Wangi Beach

  • Tegal Wangi Beach takes its name from a monastery located on a sandstone rock overlooking the beach.

  • Professional photographers have preserved this beach a mystery because of its plain, desolate appeal, which provides for exotic settings, rendering it one of the best hidden places in bali.

  • The glittering flames of the harbor in the background, as well as the AYANA's iconic Rock Bar, may be seen from this observation point.

Location: Jalan Tegal Wangi, Jimbaran, Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia

Timings: ‘blue hour’ : 6pm and 7 pm

09

Mende Hill

  • Bukit Mende, or simply Mende Hill is a hill overlooking Kintamani that was previously unknown to anybody but the natives, hence is one of the hidden places in bali.

  • It’s a little difficult to trek up to the summit, as the paths are less explored by mankind, but it is worth all the effort.

  • As you reach the top, the panoramic vistas of the places will give you the feeling of standing among the clouds!

Location - Unnamed Road, Kubutambahan, Buleleng Regency, Bali 81172, Indonesia

Timings - open 24 hours

10

Desa Pinggan

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  • Kintamani’s Desa Pinggan is a unique hidden place in Bali, truly a gem, which offers some of Bali’s most breathtaking sunsets.

  • But even though the sun rises at approximately 5.30 am, a gorgeous milky way could be seen just before dawn, which should not be missed.

  • Traveling from Denpasar, you will cross Kintamani Market, which sells hot beverages and sizzling dishes even before dawn.

  • If you wish to camp at Pinggan village, you will need to bring your own gear because there’s no rental service.

Location-  Kintamani, Bangli Regency, Bali, Indonesia

11

The Twin Lakes of Tamblingan and Buyan

  • Buyan and Tamblingan, also known as the Twin Lakes, are a couple of lakes in Wanagiri, and are one of the most beautiful hidden places in bali.

  • Cocoa farmers, vegetable farms and typical farmlands dominate the neighboring hills in this area, which is the core of Bali’s agricultural production.

  • Lake Tamblingan is a significant part of the natives lives here as it holds a spiritual importance in their lives.

Location- Jl. Raya Pancasari, Gobleg, Kec. Banjar, Kabupaten Buleleng, Bali, Indonesia

Timings - 9am–5pm

12

The Secret Gardens of Sambangan

  • This is not one of the hidden places of Bali, as the name suggests, but is one of the most beloved places instead.

  • The Gardens are a succession of cascading waterfalls and pools that tumble and break through the area's granite bottom, surrounded by luscious shrubs, greenery, and wildflowers.

  • This Bali hiking trail begins in the 'Sambangan Secret Garden' waterfall park and takes around 3 to 4 hours to reach the three splendid cascades of Pucuk, Kroya, and Kembar.

Location: Sambangan, Sukasada, Buleleng Regency, Bali 81161, Indonesia

Timings: 8 am - 5 pm

13

Belayu Florist

  • Belayu Florist Tabanan Agro Tourism, which opened in 2018, is the ideal spot for taking a picture with a lovely flower bed as a backdrop.

  • Sunflowers, gemitir flowers and sinea flowers are among the many species of flowers that thrive and blossom magnificently in the wide country.

  • In this garden, there are several selfie sites where you may take unique photos of your trip down here to one of Bali’s hidden gems.

Location- Jalan Wisnu Marga, Banjar Batan Nyuh, Kecamatan Marga

Timings - 8am to 7 pm

14

Angel’s Billabong

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  • Angel’s Billabong, a natural outdoor infinity pool enclosed by craggy mountains that stretches out across the sea facing the Manta Point Beach, is yet another famous but hidden place to visit in Bali.

  • There’s no entrance charge for Angel’s Billabong but there is a parking fee of 10,000 IDR.

  • If it's your lucky day, you could even see some manta rays soaring about in the sea below the cliffs.

Location: Sakti, Banjar Sumpang, Nusa Penida Island, Klungkung Regency, Bali, Indonesia.

Timings: 24 hours a day

15

Pasih Uug

  • Pasih Uug, often referred to as ‘Broken Beach’, is a picturesque beachfront feature here on the isle of Nusa Penida’s southwestern point.

  • It has an arch stone formation that juts out over the sea, providing a beautiful scenery for  nature enthusiasts and photographers.

  • Among the most popular snorkeling spots include Manta Bay, Wall Point and Crystal Bay.

  • Kellingking Viewpoint, Crystal Bay, Manta Ray Viewpoint, Angel’s Billabong and the Pasih Uug are among the finest vantage points in Bali.

Location- 7FX2+VF2, Lembongan, Nusa Penida, Klungkung Regency, Bali, Indonesia

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People Also Ask About Bali

  1. What are the best things to do in Bali?

    • Bali Swing - The Bali Swing, a distinctive form of Bali adventure activities, will take your breath away instantly with its stunningly gorgeous vistas of the entire island. You may choose the height of your swing, which ranges from 10 - 78 m, and shoot some amazing pictures.

    • Trek to Mount Batur - Climb up to the summit of Mount Batur for the most spectacular sunset views you will ever see. It is one of the most exciting things to do in Bali, as it allows you to hike on an active volcano while also providing you a refreshing view of Bali.

    • Witness the Beautiful Tegenungan Waterfall - Tegenungan Waterfalls contribute significantly to Ubud’s reputation as a wildlife lover’s paradise. It is near Ubud Central, situated midway around Ubud and Denpasar and if you want to savor a delicious meal with a hell of a view, head straight over to the falls. It is one of those Hidden places to visit in Bali which will take your breath away.

    • Marvel at Tanah Lot Temple - With its lone edifice standing up straight there in the sea against the strength of the pounding seas, the Tanah Lot Temple would take your breath away. The temple is among the finest picturesque attractions in the country, with the intriguing edifice silhouetted against the horizon of an evening sun.
  2. Which are the best places to visit in Bali with family?

    • Ubud - Ubud is a compacted Indonesia that showcases its heritage via rice paddies, temples, public live performances and galleries. There is simply something for everyone, which is why it is so popular for family vacations.

    • Nusa Lembongan - With its long quiet beaches and clear blue seas, this calming oasis on Bali's southeastern coast promises a one of a kind restoration for your pleasures. This island, despite its modest size and ability to be explored by walking in 3-4 hours, boasts a diversified aquatic wildlife that draws travelers from all across the world.

    • Mount Batur - Mount Batur, regarded as being one of the finest summits for hiking and witnessing the spectacular dawn, is surrounded by many communities. Around this summit, you may also see Pura Ulun Danu Batur, which is among Bali's nine main temples.

    • Uluwatu Temple - Uluwatu Temple, also referred to as Pura Luhur Uluwatu, is a hillside Hindu temple and is among Bali's religious foundations. Kecak Dance, Balinese grandeur, traditionally constructed gates and old statues are all popular attractions here. This religious site is among the Hidden places to visit in Bali.
  3. Which are the famous waterfalls in Bali?

    • Bandung Waterfall - Despite its proximity to the freeway, this fall gives the impression of being in the midst of the wilderness. This is a fantastic spot for lovers to spend some quality time alone, holding hands and having meaningful conversations. This is one of Bandung's tallest cascades, being the first to have coloured lights installed, and is one of the most beautiful hidden places in bali.

    • Tegenungan Waterfall - Tegenungan is a distinctive Bali cascade since and is not in a hilly area. It is situated in a quiet town near Ubud. The waterfalls is a scenic beauty freshwater source with powerful current flow and ample water, making it an ideal site for outdoor showering. It is bordered by thick foliage and pure indigenous rainforest atmosphere.

    • Aling-Aling Waterfall - Belly flopping into Aling-Aling falls into the completely immersing plunge pool here is an unforgettable experience. Water cascades down a steeper cliff, flanked by taller rocks, into a turquoise freshwater pond that resembles a secret lagoon.

    • GitGit Waterfall - Due to its easily accessible position, GitGit is Bali’s best known cascades. There are various art galleries nearby, as well as a slew of tiny restaurants, indicating the appeal of the spring season among visitors. The 35 meter high waterfall is bordered by local woodlands where indigenous monkeys may be found.
  4. What is the best month to go to Bali?

    Although Bali has a pleasant climate most of the year, the ideal time to bring your family is during the summertime, from April to October. The tropical atmosphere will enable you to make the most of your trip.
  5. How many days are enough for Bali?

    10 - 12 days in Bali, or upto two weeks, is a reasonable amount of time to see everything the island has to offer, particularly if you have traveled a long distance. It may also allow you to visit the hidden places in Bali, whose beauty and grandeur will blow you away.

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