10 Best Things To Do In Bali (Indonesia)

Visit Gunung Kawi Temple

Gunung Kawi is an 11th-century complex of courtyards and cliff-carved shrines along the Pakerisan River, near Ubud.  

Shop At Sukawati Art Market

Sukawati Art Market is a cheaper and quieter alternative to nearby Ubud Market, There is an impressive array of handcrafted artworks for sale, from framed paintings of local farm life to large wooden sculptures of Hindu deities. 

Hike At Banyu Wana Amertha Waterfall

This is a lush forest hiding a quartet of grand waterfalls that are somehow not overrun by crowds. The main waterfall is the most spectacular  , you need to hike to get up there.

Sunrise Trekking At Mount Batur

The 5,600-foot volcanic marvel contains Bali’s largest crater lake—a splendid cycling site and slopes ripe for hiking with picturesque villages along the way. The sunrise, as seen from the peak, is spectacular.  

Ubud Monkey Forest

This tourist magnet might look like an open-air zoo attraction, but Ubud Monkey Forest is actually a holy site with a 1000-plus band of long-tailed Balinese macaques in their natural habitat. 

Beji Guwang Hidden Canyon

Beji Guwang Hidden Canyon, a Sukawati-based ravine and sacred Balinese site, feels hidden in plain sight 

Snorkeling At Menjangan Island

It’s uncrowded and largely uninhabited, and its fringing coral reefs make it among the best diving and snorkeling spots in Greater Bali. 

Visit Uluwatu Temple

Uluwatu Temple, in Bali’s extreme south in Pecatu Village, is a crucial ancient site that has protected Hindu islanders from evil spirits since 900 AD. 

Tirta Empul, Sacred Place

Tirta Empul (“Holy Spring”), an important sacred water temple for more than 1,000 years, contains a warren of shrines, gates, courtyards, and purification pools .

Sightseeing At Tegalalang Rice Terrace

Tegalalang Rice Terrace, 20 minutes north of Ubud, is one of Bali’s most photogenic—and most-visited—destinations.  


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