5 must-see attractions in Bali
A tropical paradise rich in cultural sites and history. From sandy beaches to rice field, volcanoes and thousands of temples. Bali is a haven for mindful travelers. Read and discover our list of 5 must-see attractions to unlock Indonesia’s ‘Island of Gods’.
Ubud Monkey Forest
Monkey Forest is one of Ubud’s most popular attractions, a natural habitat to more than 700 grey long-tailed macaques. Moreover discover the 186 species of trees in 12.5 hectares of forest, where will allow you to get an abundant of fresh air.
Beautifully situated at the edge of an amazing cliff, 70 metres above sea level this temple is believed to be one of Bali’s spiritual pillars. Uluwatu Temple is the perfect place to go for amazing sunsets with views of the Indian Ocean and watch the daily Kecak dance performances.
Tegalalang Rice Terraces
A splendid scenery of rice paddies on the slopes accross the valley. A great place to take photos but also a chance to explore the area, breath fresh air and interact with locals.
One of the most stylish neighborhoods in Bali as well as an upscale beach resort area. Tourists can find everything from traditional shops to high-end designer boutiques. In Seminyak you can also find some of the top world-class restaurants and bars that stay open until late at night.
Tanah Lot Temple
One of Bali’s most important religious and cultural landmarks, famous also for its natural beauty. The ancient Hindu shrine has an magnificent backdrop of blue as it sits on an offshore rock at the ocean.
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