10 Reasons to visit Bali

1. Pura Besakih

The Pura Besakih is the largest temple, Pura in the middle of Bali, also called the Mother Temple. The Hindu temple is located on the slopes of the volcano Gunung Agung. It is a sacred temple complex located on a mountain and accessible by a long staircase. It dates from the 14th to the 18th century. The temple consists of approximately 200 structures spread over 30 complexes. They are spread over several terraces with several Merus and pavilions. The most important festival takes place in the fourth lunar month of the Balinese calendar. From all parts of the island they then come to Besakih for sacrifices. It is obligatory to wear a sarong so that one is covered enough. In addition, wearing a selendang is also appreciated.

2. Waterbom Bali

Spanning 3.8 hectares, Waterbom Bali is designed to provide memorable experiences for all. From thrill seekers testing their mettle on Asia’s steepest slide- The Climax, to families enjoying the expansive kids area or those wanting to relax and soak in the day away from the bustling world outside.

3. Pura Luhur Batukaru

Pura Luhur Batukaru remains an extremely sacred site for Bali’s Hindu population. Many of the complex’s grounds remain off-limits to visitors for various ceremonies and events throughout the year. The temple is also the first stop one must take before ascending to the summit of Mount Batukaru. A pilgrimage takes place to the peak once a year, and may see thousands of worshipers walk its trails at once.

4. Diamond Beach Nusa Penida

Diamond Beach is a white-sand and silky blue water bay on the eastern tip of Nusa Penida. Arguably the most beautiful beaches of Bali

5. Banyumala Waterfall

Banyumala Twin Waterfall is located high in the mountainous region of Bali. The waterfalls are located in the north-central part of Bali near Wanagiri/Munduk. The falls are also near both the famous Lake Danau Buyan and Lake Tamblingan.

6. Danau Beratan

Pura Ulun Danu Beratan, or Pura Bratan, is a major Hindu Shaivite temple in Bali, Indonesia. The temple has a beautiful lake’s scenery and a very cool weather’s temperature. There is a pura (temple) in the center of lake.

7. Ubud Monkey Forest

Not far from the center of Ubud is the wooded Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary. A beautiful piece of nature and home to hundreds of cheeky monkeys. In this idyllic spot you can make beautiful walks through the dense forest and witness the regions of its inhabitants.

8. Menjangan

Menjangan is a small island located northwest of Bali in Indonesia, which is mainly known as a diving area.

9. Jatiluwih Rice Terrace

Jatiluwih Rice Terraces is the bigest rice terraces in Bali, comprises over 600Ha of rice fields that follow the flowing hillside topography of the Batukaru mountain range.

10. Bajra Sandhi Monument

Bajra Sandhi Monument is a monument to the struggles of the Balinese people throughout history.[2] The monument is located in front of the Bali Governor’s Office in Denpasar, Indonesia, on the island of Bali. The monument was built in 1987.

About Bali

Visit the artisan villages around Ubud on a full-day tour of Balinese culture. Check out the local handicrafts, including batik in Batubulan, gold and silver jewelry in Celuk, and wood sculptures in Mas. Visit Batuan Temple and Sebatu Holy Spring Temple, then enjoy a buffet lunch overlooking Kintamani Volcano (Mt Batur). In the afternoon, you’re guided to a luwak coffee plantation, rice field, the Ubud Village, Ubud Art Market and Tegunungan Waterfall.

Enjoy showcases the beautiful scenery of Bali, including the rice fields of Tegalalang. Meet the woodworkers, silversmiths and batik artists of Ubud’s artisan villages including Mas, Celuk and Tohpati. Learn about their works from your personal guide — a local art historian. You’ll also visit a Luwak coffee plantation and Tanah Lot’s gorgeous temple by the sea.

Bali Airport to city center

Airport Ngurah Rai is an international airport serving the Indonesian island of Bali. The airport is located approximately 15 kilometers south of the city of Denpasar. The airport is located 2.5 kilometers south of the popular tourist resort of Kuta.

Public Transportation in Bali

Transportation in Bali comes in plenty of flavors, some more tourist-friendly than the others. If you’re not relying on your hotel to get you around, you can get around town on foot, on rented bike or motorbike, or via Bemo. If you’re seeking to go between towns, you can catch a ride on a public Bemo (bus), a private Bemo, a taxi, a car/driver rental package, or rent a car to drive.

Shopping in Bali

1. Ubud Art Market

The Ubud Art Market is a great place to find beautiful silk scarves, lightweight shirts, statues, kites, handmade woven bags, baskets or hats and many other hand-crafted goods.

2. Jalan Pantai Kuta

As one of Kuta’s main streets that interconnects several other pathways and shortcuts, Jalan Pantai Kuta is perhaps the most recognizable walking street. Half of it even runs parallel to the namesake beach. The 1-way street follows on from where Legian’s primary nightlife and shopping street, Jalan Legian, ends. It starts from the so-called ‘Bemo corner’ intersection, where you can find many small souvenir shops, spas and art kiosks.

3. Jalan Legian

Jalan Legian is the primary walking street of the 2nd most popular beach resort area after Kuta, lined with a good variety of shops, bars, hotels and clubs. The street connects Kuta and Seminyak. Several alleys, including Poppies Lane (I and II) and Garlic Lane branch off to the beach from this street. It’s where you’ll find most of the Legian’s daytime shopping and dining spots.

4. Kuta Beachwalk

Kuta Beachwalk is a shopping, dining and entertainment complex on the main beach road of Jalan Pantai Kuta. It was the first shopping mall on the island to feature a freeform, airy and sustainable design which is a major departure from other malls on Bali. Various luxury brand shops and boutique tenants are spread over its 3 levels, with some of the open spaces on its topmost western edge offering great views over Kuta’s rolling surf and sunsets

5. Level 21 Mall

Level 21 Mall is one of Denpasar’s modern shopping malls, which offers something for everyone through its variety of tenants that range from fashion stores, food and beverage outlets to entertainment spots over its 4 levels.

6. Mal Bali Galeria

Mal Bali Galeria is one of Bali’s most well-established shopping malls, appealing to both locals and visitors. It serves as an unofficial landmark, complementing the Simpang Dewaruci roundabout that connects Kuta to Nusa Dua and Sanur, so it’s hard to miss. The mall houses one of the largest ACE Hardware stores in Bali, a large Hypermart chain supermarket, several notable international fashion stores and an expanded multi-storey parking lot. Embracing a ‘family mall’ concept, the Galeria contains numerous dining outlets, regular live entertainment scheduled in its central courtyard, and there’s an adjoining Cineplex too, making it a favorite weekend destination for families

7. Gianyar Night Market

The Gianyar Night Market is one of the main evening haunts for hungry locals and international visitors in Ubud. The market is located on Gianyar town’s Jalan Ngurah Rai. Most foreign visitors call it a hidden gem, with a bustling market scene full of warungs and smaller stalls selling everything from live pets to all sorts of cuisine at cheap prices. 

8. Seminyak Village

Seminyak Village is a modern mall tucked away on a side street off the main Seminyak roads. The mall is right behind Seminyak Square, another shopping hub that’s smaller and has a limited number of shops. Several popular fashion brands occupy the mall’s 2 levels, which are conveniently interconnected by lifts and escalators.

9. OmPure Bali

OmPure Bali is a refined boutique that specializes in stylish tropical resort wear as well as dance and yoga apparel. It was founded by local designer Yesheila, who has been producing boutique-style yoga clothing for other 30 years. It stocks all your yoga essentials – pants, bras, tanks and leggings – and an extensive collection of long sleeve tops, dresses, coats and wraps. All of OmPure Bali’s designs are made using soft cotton mixed with linen, silks, rayon, and lycra.

10. Lippo Mall Kuta

Lippo Mall Kuta is the closest mall to Bali’s airport and features a spacious front area with a mini food court that’s accessible on your walks along Jalan Kartika Plaza. Inside are various fashion stores and tenants spread over the mall’s 3 floors, all of which surround a large central atrium that regularly turns into a special event space.

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