Otherwise known as the Uluwatu Temple, this temple is famously known for an ocean sunset view, cliff top fire dance and a cliff view overlooking the legendary Uluwatu surf breaks.
This Cultural Park allows you to enjoy beautiful scenery of the vast lush green lands devoted to the Hindu God Vishnu and his mount Garuda, a mythical bird who became his companion and is Indonesia’s national emblem.
With over 30 restaurants situated along the Jimbaran Bay, you will not want to miss the incredible seafood, toes in the sand and the gorgeous sunset view.
Bingin is a stunning beach with unrivalled views over the Indian Ocean and the great wave that make it one of the most demanded surfing points by surfers in Bali and the world.
Famous for its surf spots, the beach features an exotic setting of white sand beach and picturesque scenery.
With powerful waves, this beautiful beach is known as one of the best surfing points in Canggu.
One of Canggu’s most lively beaches, with plenty of restaurants nearby and a great surfing wave.
A great surf spot in Bali with soft sands and local warungs all along the beach.
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Located in the Mengwi Village, this temple belonged to the Mengwi Empire and was built circa 1634.
A temple located inside a forest with natural monkey and bat habitat.
One of Bali’s most popular landmarks, famed for its unique offshore setting and sunset backdrops.
This Hindu temple complex is famous for the macaque monkeys who live within the jungle.
Famous for the breath taking vast fields of rice paddies.
One of Bali most visited waterfalls surrounded by a lush jungle and shallow bathing areas with plenty of cafes and shops nearby.
An iconic temple in Ubud that features traditional art, dance performances and lush surroundings.
An ancient and serene Hindu temple situated amongst rice fields and is very well known for its shrines carved out of a cliff.
A famous cave that known for its stone carvings of Hindu gods and it is known that this cave may date as far back as the 9th century.
This temple is a bathing area for Hindus to perform a purification ritual from the waters of a holy spring.
An art museum displaying the wonderful works of Antonio Blanco with a restaurant, gardens and a hilltop view.
One of Bali’s finest attractions is to roam through a lush garden and be surrounded by various butterflies.
A unique museum with the mission to preserve some of Indonesia’s most colorful heritage items. This museum currently houses over 1,000 masks and 4,000 puppets.
Challenge yourself to a fun and thrilling activity like rafting. Pair it with cycling or hiking and enjoy a day of fun activities.
Make a quick stop on your up to Ubud and discover this legendary sterling silver company. Get a closer look at how silver jewelry are created and discover Balinese designs.
One of Bali’s longest established Bali tour operators, experience world-class activities from visiting the Elephant Park, white water rafting, trekking, jungle buggies to helicopter tours.
This wildlife and conservation park is home to over 100 species from all over the world.
Get up close and personal with animals coming from all over the world and enjoy the amazing zoo activities provided at Bali zoo.
As one of Bali’s most visited bird parks, Bali Bird Park houses over 1000 birds with 250 different species.
This palace is the former home to royalty in eastern Bali. The Karangasem royals built this stunning palace that features tiered fountains, gardens and stone sculptures of mythical creatures spouting water into bathing pools.
Discover a native Balinese tribe village where you can get a closer look into ancient society and living.
Set on the slopes of Mount Agung, this complex of temples is the largest and holliest temple of Hindu religion in Bali.
This active volcano holds a breathtaking view of the oceans, mountains and greenery over Bali and Lombok.
One of the most stunning rice field views you will find in Bali.
Located in a small village in northern Bali, this is Bali’s highest waterfall.
If you are looking for dolphin sightings, Lovina is the place to go in Bali.
The Banjar Hot Springs share the same district as the Brahmavihara Arama Buddhist Monastery. The Hot Spring is known to have the ability to cure diseases.
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