Bali is a unique island with remarkable beaches, lush tropical forest, breathtaking views, endless rice fields, spiritual temples and gorgeous resorts. It is no doubt why Bali is on the top list of the most beautiful and visited island of the world. There are not enough words to describe the beauty of this island of the Gods. Prepare to fall in love with Bali’s amazing blend of nature, culture, and tradition.
Ubud Monkey Forest:
On the fringes of Ubud, spend a day at Ubud Monkey Forest and see how many cheeky grey long-tailed macaques you can find. Apart from must-see attraction, this forest is also home to a scientific research centre and spiritual temples sanctified by local villagers.
Tegallalang Rice Terraces:
Famous for its expansive rice terraces, Ubud is laden with paddy fields and breathtaking vantage points, ideal for photography. Along the road of Tegallalang, you’ll also find roadside art stalls which are worth a peek for a few meaningful souvenirs.
Tanah Lot Temple:
One of the Bali’s most iconic sights, this temple is precariously situated on the top of a large rock surrounded by the sea. This temple is perfectly placed as it pays homage to the guardian spirits of the sea. Visit the onshore site and spot as many smaller shrines as you can.
The Kintamani volcano or Mount Batur, in particular, is a very popular trek. The captivating Mount Batur surrounds the 13-square kilometre Batur caldera lake. Those with a penchant for adventure can take a winding road down to the lakeshore.
Pura Ulun Danu Bratan:
This picturesque sight is a well-known temple complex situated on Beratan Lake in central Bali. This source temple is perfect for taking scenic photographs as the smooth and reflective surface of the lake reflects the temple, giving it an almost float-like impression with the Bedugul region mountain ranges behind it.
An idyllic place for honeymooners, the white sands and shallow waters of Nusa Dua are perfect for relaxing and enjoying a refreshing cocktail on your own daybed. Surrounded by 5* resorts, if you want to enjoy an afternoon of renowned Balinese spa treatments, they’re only metres away.
Another of Bali’s sea temples, this cliff-edge sight offers one of the most spectacular sunsets in Bali. When the sun has gone down, you’ll find an amphitheatre close by where you can watch sunset Kecak fire and trance dancers.
A good way to get a quick fix of Balinese culture is to see an incredibly intricate and slow-moving Balinese dance. Ubud is home to many of these dance groups. We recommend visiting the 16th century Ubud Palace for an evening well spent.
Visit most iconic temples, relax on the calm beaches, enjoy the beautiful sites.
Enjoy various water sports activities: Sea surfing, Banana Boat Ride, River Cruise, River Rafting, Scuba Diving.