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Bali is one of the friendliest and safest destinations in the world, rich in culture, food, and many activities to do while staying in comfortable hotels.


There are activities for all ages, from water sports such as Jet skiing, diving, and surfing to trekking Mount Batur to catch the sunrise to visiting local villages or temples.


In Bali, the weather is sunny and hot, with the sun shining 6-12 hours per day all year. The average daytime temperature ranges between 27 ºC to 33 ºC.

Water activities

Sailing, Surfing, Diving, Snorkeling, Jet skiing, River Rafting, Sunset Or Sunrise Fishing, Dolphin Watching, Or Just Relaxing In One Of Many Hot Springs Throughout The Island.


Mount Batur, Mount Agung, Mount Ijen (Java), Caking Rice Terraces, Gitgit Waterfalls, Or Simply Going To Kuta Art Market Or Relaxing On Beaches With So Many To Choose From.

site seeing

Lempuyang Temple, Tirtagangga Water Palace, Monkey Forest, Bali Bird Park, Bali Zoo, Local Villages, Or Ending Your Evening Watching Barong And Keris Cultural Dance

Bali To Do List From A - Z

With over 100 things to do in Bali, your most challenging task will be choosing which ones.

Abian Desa Rice Terrace

Rice field where you can do activities like hiking, swinging, and Zip lining, all while having a beautiful photoshoot. While here, you will see farmers working on the terraced fields and friendly locals.

Air sanih natural spring

Natural Spring swimming pools that are directly on the oceanfront. You will also find small restaurants with fresh coconuts sold onsite. Air Sanih is also called “Yeh Sanih” which is Yeh, and Air means water. The water comes from Batur Lake's groundwater source, which is more than 100 kilometers from Air Sanih.

Air Terjun Munduk, Munduk Waterfalls

Also called Air Terjun Munduk. The waterfall path is a little steep but is easily reachable from the center of Munduk. This waterfall is stunning and is worth the journey. There are four waterfalls in the area that you could also check out while in the vicinity: Labuhan Kebo Waterfall, Melanting Waterfall, Golden Valley Waterfall, and Red Coral Waterfall.

Alas Harum Bali

Eight hectares of tropical rice terraces, located in the heart of Tegallalang, 20 minutes ride from Central Ubud and 30 minutes from Kintamani, and an expansive three-layered pool with two restaurants onsite, Alas Harum Bali is the perfect hideaway for any occasion. It sometimes gets crowded; however, this location has swings, a pool, a rice terrace to enjoy, and a trendy area to take pictures on their swings.

Alas Kedaton

Also called Obyek Wisata Alam Alas Kedaton, it is a nutmeg forest and temple serving as a sanctuary for grey long-tailed macaques. A local guide is often onsite to show you around and tell you about their local customs. Alas Kedaton is one of several monkey forests in Bali.

Aling Aling Water Fall

Thirty meters high Waterfalls with varying jump heights and 2-3 areas for great swimming after a brief walk. Waterfall slides from 2 different drops and cliff jumping from 4 different peaks up to 15m. Take the adventure in Bali and conquer Sambangan waterfalls.

Amed Beach

Beautiful, clean pebble beach, tranquil, feels undiscovered, and the lack of crowds, colorful reefs, and calm, turquoise water with a lot of natives and numerous restaurants make Amed Beach one of the best beaches in Bali. 2-3 days are needed to explore and enjoy the sites in Amed fully. Tulamben is a smaller area close to Amed and is famous for diving to see the Japanese shipwreck; while there, it is usually advisable to explore both towns.

Atuh Beach

Atuh Beach, also called Pantai Atuh Beach, has magnificent green cliffs and surrounding limestone rock formations. Stairs to climb to the beach can be slippery at times; however, it is worth it to be greeted by the breathless view of the light blue water and warm sand.

Badung Market

The market is very diverse, with many merchandise to choose from. The Badung market can be found in Central Bali, a great place to stop for local fruits after visiting the Museum.

Bali Bird Park

Bali Bird Park is located at the Gianyar Regency and has an area of 2,000 square meters. More than 1,300 birds representing more than 250 species in an enclosed protective aviary. Great for the whole family; ideally, 2-3 hours are needed to enjoy the park and its live entertainment.

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The West National Park is home to the Bali Starling and hosts many resident and migrant species. The most frequent visitors are Beach Stone-curlew, Javan Plover, Sunda Teal, Greater Sand Plover, Grey-tailed Tattler, Broad-billed Sandpiper, and so much more. Hiking through the West National Park is a good experience and exercise, but spotting birds is sometimes tricky, like in all-natural habitats.

Bali Handara Gate

Handara Gate is located two hours away from the Denpasar area in the Pancasari village. Handara Gate resembles an entrance to a temple with a stunning backdrop of lush greenery and striking mountains; gates in Balinese Hindu culture represent the passing from a secular world into a sacred, religious space that is usually a temple; it is also believed that those that pass through the gate, leave the evil spirits behind. There are no official opening hours. It is a great place to take memorable pictures when in the area. Wait time is up to 90 minutes.

Bali Safari and Marine Park, Taman Safari Bali

Bali Safari and Marine Park, also called Taman Safari Bali, has a Land area of 40 hectares (99 acres) and more than 120 species, such as the Orangutan, Komodo Dragons, Bali Starling bird, and many more. Safaris for animal viewing, elephant rides & a water park. Very good for the entire family. Roughly 5-7 hours needed to do a complete tour. The entrance ticket starts from IDR540. 000, which includes safari, aquarium, elephant show, and tax.

Bali Zoo Park

Home to over 500 rare and exotic animals, Bali Zoo has succeeded in breeding Silvery Gibbon, which was released into the wild in 2019 with Aspinall Foundation’s Javan Primate Rehabilitation Centre in Situ Patengan Ciwidey. It is a large zoo where you can observe the behavior of orangutans, elephants & African lions, plus interactive encounters & shows. Great for all ages.

Banjar Hot Spring, Pemandian Air Panas Banjar

Banjar Hot Spring, also called Air Panas Banjar, is located approximately 5km southwest of Lovina. It is a beautiful hot spring surrounded by a stunning natural landscape. The bathing pools are constructed around the hot water spring source and feature a tiered structure. Therapeutic and recreational benefits are provided due to the water’s sulphuric content, hence the yellowish-red sedimentation at several points of the spouts and pool walls.

Barong and Keris Dance

Barong and Keris dance story is about the fight between Barong as a good spirit and Rangda as an evil spirit. Barong and Keris dance is performed in ritual ceremonies. Barong and Keris dance combines elements from both the precolonial native Filipino and colonial Spanish clothing styles. Dance shows last approximately 1 hour and can be seen usually every day in Ubud, Gianyar, and Uluwatu.

Batuan Temple

Batuan Temple is a lovely place to visit and learn about the culture and spiritual rituals of the local people. Clothing should be either a sarong or make sure bare knees and shoulders are not visible. The entrance fee is 30.000 Indonesian rupiah.

Batur Lake

The lake is inside the caldera of Mount Batur, an active volcano, along the Ring of Fire of volcanic activity. Lake Batur is located about 30 km (19 mi) northeast of Ubud in Bali. Scenic view in an area of tranquility. The area hosts numerous restaurants and hot springs, not to mention the sunrise hike up Mount Batur. Toya Bungkah village has several hot springs related to the volcanic activity of the Mount Batur volcano. It’s a great idea to stop by one after seeing the lake or trekking Mount Batur.

Beachwalk Shopping Center

Open-air mall with numerous international stores, restaurants, supermarkets, and clean bathrooms, the Beachwalk Shopping Centre is directly across from the beach. Onsite security, ample parking, and taxis right as you finish shopping.

Bedugul Pier

Bedugul Pier is close to Bedugul Water Temple, and you can watch the sunrise with an unobstructed view over the lake. Bedugul Pier is less busy than the temple, which provides an excellent place for photo ops and to take a moment and have a snack.

Besakih Great Temple, Pura Agung Besakih

Twenty-three temples in one location, vibrant culturally; if you are lucky, you will see several festivals and watch as they perform their regular ceremonies. Sarong is required to enter the temple, but it is also included in the entry ticket cost. Besakih Temple is widely visited and should be noted.

Brahmavihara Arama Buddhist temple

Brahma Vihara Arama Buddhist Temple is the largest Buddhist monastery in Bali, with beautiful gardens and meditation areas. It is ideally located on a hill, giving you a great view of the city in a relaxed and tranquil atmosphere.

Buyan Lake Nature Park, Lake Tamblingan

Very Serene, especially early in the morning with a comfortable temperature. Pura Ulun Danu Tamblingan and Pura Dalem Tamblingan Hindu temples are near the vicinity, and you can stop at each one as you paddle around Lake Tamblingan.

Candidasa Lotus Lagoon

Candidasa Lotus Lagoon is located close to Paleng's Bali, Snorkeling & fishing activities. Apart from restaurants, there is little to do here; however, it is beautiful to see if you are already in general vicinity.

Ceking Rice Terrace, Tegallalang Rice Terrace

The green terrace provides a relaxing atmosphere and is excellent for taking a moment to walk around the area leisurely. There are numerous cafes and swings and numerous chances to take memorable pictures. Ceking Rice Terrace is located close to a local temple and village; it is yet another opportunity to immerse yourself in Bali's unique culture.

Celuk Swing & Luwak Coffee

Friendly staff are there to introduce you to the unique flavors of Bali’s coffee. Upon arrival, you get to try 15 different types of coffee and tea, which are complementary. Luwak coffee is a must-try. There are numerous activities and opportunities to dress and take a photo shoot on the swings. This coffee plantation is not too crowded and is just as enjoyable.

Diamond Beach

The beach has a beautiful view, and it is a fantastic place to take pictures. It takes 11 minutes or more trekking to get down to the beach if you desire a swim; the temperature gets hot in the afternoon, so be sure to bring towels and a lot of fluids to drink.

Discovery Mall Bali

Discovery Mall is a Shopping complex along the Kuta Beachfront. There are numerous upscale restaurants along the beach where you can sit and enjoy the sunset. It is a fantastic unpopulated place to take pictures or swim after a long shopping day.

Double Six Beach

Double Six Beach is bustling at sunset, but it is worth it for the astonishing sunset view. Fine white sands and crystal-clean seawater to swim or surf in. You will find many bars and restaurants with live music on the beach every evening to bring in the sunset.

Dreamland Beach

Dreamland Beach is beautiful; views of the ocean on the cliff by the beach are great for taking pictures; exercise caution when swimming through the high waves; you will usually also see sea turtles swimming nearby.

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Kecak Uluwatu Uluwatu, Tari Kecak & Api Uluwatu

One of the best ways to immerse yourself in Bali's culture is through dance, and Kecak Uluwatu Uluwatu Temple has you covered. To watch their fire dance against the sunset background is truly unique, so dress appropriately, covering your knees and elbows, and go early to get your ticket; this is an activity you don’t want to miss.

Kemenuh Butterfly Park

Kemenuh Butterfly Park is located in Gianyar, Bali, about 15 minutes from Ubud and 30 minutes from Sanur. This park works on the conservation and education of butterfly species. Tourists can roam through the flowering garden, which is enclosed to protect the butterflies; the ideal time to spend at the park is 3-4 hours. It is an excellent place for the family to relax and learn about the colorful Lepidopteran species.

Kerta Gosa

The Kertha Gosa, located in the city Klungkung, was built in the early 18th century by Dewa Agung Gusti Sideman; it is a secluded temple with a little Museum that you can visit, including your ticket price. The Museum features the history of the colonial past of the Dutch paired with nice artifacts to be seen. The property is well maintained, and the scenery tells a long story of Balinese culture.

Kuta Art Market

Kuta Market is one of the most visited markets in Kuta and is near numerous popular places, such as Beach Walk, Hard Rock Cafe, and Kuta Beach. The market has a lot of vendors, so if you are searching for souvenirs to take home, this is an ideal stop for you.

Kuta Beach

Kuta Beach is famous for its picturesque sunsets, surfing, swimming, or just getting tanned. Kuta Beach is centrally located with many restaurants; it gets a bit overcrowded, especially for sunset, but it is worth a visit, if only for the experience.

Lempuyang temple, Pura Lempuyang

Lempuyang temple is home to the Lempuyang Gates of Heaven, which has a stunning location overlooking Mount Agung. It is a very iconic place to take pictures of the temple gate with Mount Agung in the background. The wait time can take up to 4 hours; the recommended time to visit is early morning before 09.00 or late afternoon after 15.00. In the early morning, you can get a cooler and fresher atmosphere; in the late afternoon, you can take pictures with the sunset in the background.

Lovina Dolphin Tour

As most tours start at 5:30 am, just as the sun begins to show its splendor, it is one of the best sunrises you can appreciate. The experience is impressive, either swimming with the dolphins or the sheer excitement of chasing the dolphins to see them as they show their exceptional skills going in and out of the ocean.

Lovina Traditional Market

Lovina's traditional market is an ideal local market with numerous vendors and nearby stores and restaurants. The perfect place to get local fresh, fair-priced fruits and vegetables.

Maduwe karang temple

Pura Meduwe Karang or Pura Maduwe Karang is a Balinese temple located 12 km east of Singaraja in Buleleng Regency. Due to its size, it is considered one of the main temples of Bali. The old and unique temple is dedicated to protecting fertility and agriculture. Guides are present to explain the temple and its function to the community.

Masceti Beach, Pantai Masceti

Masceti Beach or Pantai Masceti, is located in Medahan village in Giyanar district. Masceti Beach is a lovely, quiet beach with very few vendors; you can spend the day relaxing on the black sandy beach as you surf, swim, or tan.

Melanting waterfall, Air Terjun Melanting

Tall towering waterfall in a beautiful green forest, you could indeed be one with nature here. Quite a bit of climbing is required for this location, but if you are up to the challenge, this is definitely for you.

Melasti Beach

This beach is located in Uluwatu. It is a beautiful drive to the location, the water can be swum in when the tides are not too high, and lifeguards are sometimes on duty to ensure your safety. Whether you desire to lounge on the sandy shores, swim against the waves, or to chill by a beach club pool with a cocktail in hand, Melasti Beach offers everything for a great vacation.

Monkey Forest, Ubud

I was immensely impressed at how well the monkeys were being taken care of while being permitted to be totally free. The park is well maintained; you can walk around, cross streams, stop at the onsite paint gallery, and end your day with refreshing ice cream or snacks.

Morning Market Ubud

Ideal shopping area for locals and tourists, Ubud market is mainly a morning market, so it is best to go before 9:00 am to get your pick of local fruits and vegetables.

Mount  Batur

Mount Batur is one of the best climbs you could challenge yourself to do. The trek takes approximately 2-3 hours to reach the summit, and the terrain can be steep and rocky in some areas with an elevation of 1,717 meters. On the way to the top, it is a beautiful scenic view; in some places, you may feel the steam coming out of the ground from the volcano. At the mountain's peak, you get this feeling of euphoria, like being above the cloud as you watch the sunrise and eat breakfast from onsite restaurants.

Mount Agung

Mount Agung is more challenging to climb than Mount Batur. With an elevation of 3,031 meters, it takes about 5 to 7 hours from Besakih Temple to the peak and 3 to 4 hours from Pasar Agung Temple to the peak. Mount Agung is steeper than Mount Batur and offers more challenge for a greater reward at the end, knowing that you have just climbed Mount Agung, the highest mountain in Bali.

Mount Ijen and  Blue Fire Tour

Trekking Mount Ijen in Java to see Blue Fire is on most climbers' bucket lists and should be on yours. Trekking Mount Ijen has been one of my best climbs, and I have done it twice so far, each time better than the first. The tour lasts 12 hours; departure time needs to be before 4:00 am from the Base of Mount Ijen to see Blue Fire and catch the sunrise. Mount Ijen's elevation is 2,769 meters; it takes an average of 3 to 4 hours to reach the peak and approximately 30 minutes to climb into the crater to see blue fire. Sulphur Mining is also done in the crater, and sulfur souvenirs are sold on-site to share your triumphant victory of climbing Mount Ijen with the world.

Museum Geopark Batur

It is a very well-kept Museum, but sadly, it is often overlooked. It is a great place to learn about Mount Batur, a member of Indonesia's Ring of fire. In the Museum are scenes and samples of rocks, plants, taxidermy, statues, and fossils along with a mini theater.

Museum Manusia Purba Gilimanuk

Museum Manusia Purba Gilimanuk located in Kabupaten Jembrana, West Bali National Park. Museum Manusia Purba Gilimanuk is a small museum dedicated to an ancient burial site that was uncovered in the area.

Padang Padang Beach, Pantai Padang Padang

After a steep climb, you will be rewarded with a spectacular view, friendly monkeys, and a great place to surf. This beach is usually bustling, so go early to choose your location to relax.

Paluang Cliff

It is a challenging climb, and it takes approx 30 minutes to get to this ideal location. However, your prize awaits a fantastic viewpoint with crystal-clear waters and rock formations in the backdrop.

Pandawa Beach, Pantai Pandawa

Pandawa Beach, or Kutuh Beach, is a white sand beach in southern Bali surrounded by rocks, giving it a quiet, serene ambiance. Water activities such as paragliding, renting a boat, or even boat sailing to catch the sunset are available.

Pantai Melasti Amed

Pantai Melasti Beach, with black sand and small pebbles against the famous Mount Ayong background, provides excellent swimming opportunities because the water is shallow and far from the beach. In the turquoise clear blue water, you can also snorkel or rent a boat to sail to watch the sunrise or go fishing. Some restaurants also rent glass bottom kayaks for you to go out and see the beautiful natural underwater wildlife.


Penglipuran Village is a traditional Balinese village that sells handicrafts and local produce. The best time to visit is during sunset as it’s most beautiful. Penglipuran villagers still carry out and preserve traditional Balinese culture daily.

Pura batu kursi  or  BATU KURSI MOUNTAIN

Pura batu kursi or batu kursi mountain, overlooking the village of Pemuteran, is an excellent point to catch the sunrise or sunset. After climbing the concrete stairs to the peak, you will find the perfect spot for taking photographs with the background village of Pemuteran and the ocean. There is no entry fee, so climb away.


Pura Batu Mejan Temple is a beautiful temple located near the beach, surrounded by beautiful rocks, very close to Pererenan Beach and Batu Bolong Beach. The Pura Batu Mejan Temple is in a quiet, secluded area by the beach built out into the sea.


Batuan Temple has a great, colorful architectural design; sarung is needed for entry, which is included in the entry cost. The temple features stone carvings & sculptures. Batuan Temple is located approximately 7 miles (10 kilometers) from Ubud. The entrance fee is 30.000 Indonesian rupiah per March 2023.

Pura Taman Kemuda Saraswati

Located in the heart of Ubud with numerous lotus ponds, rock sculptures, and artwork, it is usually jam-packed with other visitors taking pictures, and no entrance fee is required. Although tourists are not permitted in the temple, it is still worth the visit.

Pura Tirta Empul

Tirta Empul Temple, or Pura Tirta Empul Temple, was founded around a large water spring. The temple is famous for its holy spring water, where Balinese Hindus and Tourists go for ritual purification.

Pura Ulun Danu Tamblingan

The Tamblingan Lake provides a beautiful view, a great spot for taking pictures and enjoying the culture, and excellent for exercising when trekking through Tamblingan forest.

River Rafting - Ubud

2-hour rafting adventure along Ayung River in Ubud which has a 10-kilometer route.

Royal Palace

It is a beautiful palace surrounded by a well-kept lake and garden; it is excellent to walk around and take pictures as it is usually pretty busy.

Ruïne van Prieel bij Soekasada Waterpaleis

Taman Ujung Karangasem or, also known as Taman Soekasada Ujung is a water palace with a floating palace. You can enjoy the view of the mountain and the ocean from this location in a relatively quiet area. The garden has a magnificent landscape and is great for strolls and pictures.

Sanur Beach

Sanur Beach is one of my favorite beaches in Bali; it is less crowded than some other beaches and has very few pedlers. Numerous restaurants are located on the beach, so you can dine at whatever price point you wish for a 3- to 4-mile stretch. There are also Colorful fishing boats, ferries to other islands, and numerous water activities you can enjoy from here.

Singsing Waterfall, Air Terjun Sing Sing

Two beautiful waterfalls with a plunge pool accessible by trail and surrounded by rice fields in a calm atmosphere while enjoying the beautiful nature of Bali. 3-5 minutes walk from the road.

Snorkeling / Diving  Tour  - Amed

The tour includes snorkeling or diving at the famous points, Jemeluk Bay, Lipah Coral Garden, Japanese Shipwreck, and Tulamnem Liberty Shipwreck.

Snorkeling / Diving  Tour  - Menjangan Island, Pulau Menjangan

Leave from Pemuteran Beach, boat ride for approximately 30 minutes to Menjangan Marine Park, and snorkel in the ocean for about 1 hour to stop next to the magnificent Menjangan Islands. This island has nine sections of temples close to each other. You will get a fantastic view here and see Menjangan around the temples. You will also visit deer and other wildlife living on the island.

Snorkeling / Diving  Tour  Pineda Island  - East Island Tour

The east side of Penida Island is less popular than the West side; however, if you have time, it is worth a trip. You see Tree House, Diamond Beach, and Raja Lima on the east side.

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Snorkeling / Diving  Tour  Pineda Island -  West Island Tour

This tour lets you enjoy Kelingking Beach, Broken Beach, and Angels Billabong Beach. You then go to snorkel Points: Manta Bay, Wall Bay, GT Point, and Crystal Bay.

Surfing Area -  Padang Padang Beach, Pantai Padang Padang

It is a trendy area for surfing; you must climb stairs to get to the beach. Surf shops and lessons are located there, so it suits your surfing level. Sunset is also beautiful from this beach, so if you have time after surfing, put your foot up and enjoy a Bintang.

Surfing Area - Canggu Beach

It's a bit further north from the Kuta but nowhere near as busy. It is an excellent area on the beach to surf, eat, dine, or simply relax and get a tan.

Surfing Area - Kuta Beach

It is a trendy beach with main water activities, including surfing and swimming. Numerous surf companies on the beach, combined with varying wavelengths along the 2-mile stretch of shore, make it perfect even for beginners.

Taman Ayun Temple, Pura Taman Ayun

In a garden bordered by canals featuring shrines, pavilions, and ponds, you will find a 17th-century temple. There is no guide at this location, and you are not permitted in the temple. However, it is worth the visit. Uniquely at this Temple is a cinema room and works of art, all located in this stunning architecture and beautiful garden.

Taman edelweis

It is located at the bottom of Mount Agung. Seeing these beautiful fields of white flowers after a day-long climb was a great stop. The entry cost is high, and it can get a little cold due to the altitude, so bundle up.

Tanah Lot

This famous temple is beautiful and surrounded by water near the ocean. It is a magnificent temple, especially at sunset; even though you are not permitted in the prayer area, there is still a lot to do; one unique feature is to touch the holy snake.

Tanjung Budaya Pemuteran

Tanjung Budaya Pemuteran is a famous statue and prayer area in a quieter part of the beach. Locals and a few tourists use it; however, it is very safe. There is a popular swing on the beach area to take pictures; here, you will also find the Pemuteran Tree surrounded by water, especially at high tide.

Tegallalang Market, Pasar Umum Tegallalang

The Tegallalang market is a great place to buy authentic Balinese handicrafts, souvenirs, and fabrics. It is a local market where you can buy fresh fruits and vegetables. The Tegallalang market is a cheaper alternative to the Ubud Market.

Tegenungan Waterfall

Tegenungan Waterfall has a shallow bathing area at the waterfall's foot. Compared to most waterfalls, access from the road to the Tegenungan Waterfall is effortless; the best time to visit is early morning to avoid the crowd.

Tenganan Dauh Tukad Village

Tenganan Dauh Tukad Village is known for Pandanous fight. This village is located in a secluded area, which makes it easier for the villages to keep their traditions pure. You pay a donation, and a local village brings you around and explains their culture. You should take this stop if you are interested in Balinese culture.

Tirta Gangga

Tirta Gangga is a former royal palace. Usually, it is very crowded, so you may need help to take that perfect picture. However, it is unique as there is a walkway in the pond to be surrounded by fish as you feed them. The garden is beautifully maintained, and there are numerous statues to see.

Toya Devasa

Natural hot spring baths are located by the lake, surrounded by mountains, and are a lot less crowded when compared to other hot springs.

Tukad Cepung Waterfall

Tukad Cepung Waterfall is challenging with high steps and river crossings; it takes approximately 40 minutes from the main. Once you arrive, it's a great location to take pictures. Waterfall tumbling through a cave opening mingled with the sunlight.

Turtle Park,   Bali Fantasi Benoa Bay

Turtle Park is located at Fantasi Benoa Bay Nusa Dua Bali. You could stop at this location to see turtles if you love them. There is little to do here, but if you pass by, you could do a quick stop.


Ubud Art Market, located in the center of Ubud, has numerous small shops and few varieties in terms of merchandise. Still, you can find deals on souvenirs, silk scarves, shirts, statues, handmade woven bags, hats, and more.


Ulun Danu Beratan Temple, or Pura Ulun Danu Beratan Bedugul, is a huge temple by the lake, with clean bathrooms and restaurants onsite. It is a little pricy and sometimes can get overcrowded. However, it is worth the trip; there are numerous places to take pictures and a lot to do.

Uluwatu TemplE,   Pura Luhur Uluwatu

Uluwatu Temple is south of Bali, and you can capture one of the best sunset views from this location. Kecak Fire Dance is performed here during the evenings, and you can stop and feed the friendly monkeys while you are there.

Volcano Sari Hot Springs

If you want to dodge the crowd after climbing Mount Batur, this area is for you: two pools with varying temperatures and a small restaurant. This spring is small but less crowded on the flip side.

West Bali National Park

To trek the park, you must schedule it through the headquarters, which has three locations. West Bali National Park is huge. It has 19,000 hectares, covering 15,585 hectares of land and 3,415 hectares of water. It has diverse vegetation with rainforests, dry savannas, acacia scrubs, lowland forests, and more montane forests in the higher region.

Waterbom Bali

Water Park has 14 water slides, a beautiful landscape, and excellent customer service. This park is located in Kuta, so it is near most hotels and opposite the Discovery Mall.

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