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Best Places To Visit in the Bali – 50+ Top Bali Tourist Attractions

Where To Spend Your Holidays?

The chance for an exotic holiday comes only once or twice a year. So, why not enjoy those to the fullest? But there are tons of destinations globally that you can choose from. Some are filled with adventures, whereas some possess the power to relieve out your stress. Some places will keep you entertained at every moment, whereas others will provide a restful peace of mind.

Ultimately it all depends on yourself to choose the best destination for spending your holidays. Sometimes we try to seek peace and silence, away from our city’s bustle. Yes, walking beneath tall skyscrapers is favorable among most travelers. But if your steps halt in nature, then it’s evident you’re such kinds of travelers who just want to spend some days in the lap of mother nature.

But still, the question remains, which destination is the best for a peaceful, as well as an exotic holiday. The undisputed lands of Indonesia are where you should put your feet on. It’s undeniably the perfect travel destination for spending your valuable holidays among nature’s calmness and sweet whisper.

But, Indonesia is already so big, and covering all its exciting places in just one visit sounds absolutely impossible. Thus, you’ll have to find the best destinations in Indonesia that you won’t regret visiting. Instead, you’ll be presented with such amazing moments that you’ll start dreaming of residing there permanently.

What’s Unique In Bali?

Indonesia is the home to more than 17,000 little and big islands, but the most breathtaking and joyous among them is Bali. This place is popularly known as the ‘Islands of God,’ and a branch of Hindu community dominates its majority. The Balinese tradition is filled with Indian culture, especially from South India.

They are one of the few tribal communities that hold up their culture, and that’s why Bali is mostly famous among natives as a travel destination. As an Indian, once you visit this place, you’ll discover a strange connection between their culture and your own culture. There isn’t any shortage of tourist attractions in Bali, either.

From scuba diving in deep marine seas to sunbathing on the long stretched sands to climbing behemoth volcanoes, Bali is full of adventurous attractions. So much packed with attractions, that you can extract every essence of joy from your holidays here. So, why choose someplace else, when you’ve Bali as your absolute destination to enjoy your holidays.

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So, what are the best holiday destinations in Bali then? If you have the same question, then continue reading this article, as I’m going to mention 60 places that are worth visiting descriptively. Each place is unique, and they stand out in their own ways. So without further adieu, let’s begin this list.

60 Tourist destinations in Bali, Indonesia

#1. Ubud

Ubud

Surrounded by terraced rice fields and perching up along the foothills of the central mountains in Bali, Ubud is a land of supremacy. This place situates the famous Neka Art Museum with its ever-expanding collection of Balinese sculptures.

Things To Do In Ubud Based On Traveller Visits And Local Insights
⇒ Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary
⇒ Agung Rai Museum of Art
⇒ Monkey Forest Road
⇒ Museum Puri Lukisan
⇒ UBUD ART MARKET
⇒ Ubud Palace
⇒ Puri Saren Agung
⇒ Saraswati Temple Ubud
⇒ Goa Gajah
⇒ The Blanco Renaissance Museum
⇒ Pura Dalem Agung Padangtegal

#2. Kuta Beach

Kuta Beach

With fishing as the prime occupation, this place is famous for its scenic beaches and broad stretches of sand. There’s plenty of scope for amateur, as well as professional surfers. Whether day or night, this land is always crowded with refreshments.

Things To Do In Kuta Beach On Traveller Visits And Local Insights
⇒ Seminyak
⇒ Legian
⇒ Waterbom Bali Indonesia
⇒ Kuta Beach
⇒ Jalan Legian
⇒ Double Six Beach
⇒ Dream Museum Zone Bali (DMZ)
⇒ Ground Zero Memorial
⇒ Petitenget Beach
⇒ Circus Waterpark Kuta
⇒ T Galleria by DFS, Bali
⇒ Bali Sea Turtle Society

#3. Denpasar

Denpasar

Apart from being the economic hub, Denpasar is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Bali. This place features the Pura Blanjong Temple, with inscriptions and sculptures dating back to the 10th century. Moreover, it’s also popular to enjoy the spectacular sunrise in Bali.

Things To Do In Denpasar Based On Traveller Visits And Local Insights
⇒ Tanah Lot
⇒ Seminyak
⇒ Sanur
⇒ Bajra Sandhi Monument
⇒ Bali Museum
⇒ Bali Bird Park
⇒ Jalan Legian
⇒ Serangan Island
⇒ Museum Le Mayeur
⇒ Dream Museum Zone Bali (DMZ)
⇒ Ground Zero Memorial
⇒ Badung Market

#4. Jimbaran

Jimbaran

Similarly, like Kuta Beach, this place is also dominated by fishermen, and hence, fishing is the main occupation here too. As a result, fish and seafood cuisines are exceptionally delicious here. The Dreamland Beach in the south also provides excellent scope for surfing.

Things To Do In Jimbaran Based On Traveller Visits And Local Insights
⇒ Jimbaran Beach
⇒ Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park
⇒ Jalan Tegal Wangi
⇒ Uluwatu Street
⇒ PT Jenggala Keramik Bali
⇒ Bukit Peninsula
⇒ Patung Garuda Wisnu Kencana
⇒ Dreamland Beach
⇒ Balangan Beach
⇒ Bingin Beach

#5. Canggu

Canggu

By escaping from the crowd, it’s essential to give yourself a natural atmosphere to breathe. Canggu is the perfect place to have some relaxation. On the northern side, there’s popular Tanah Lot Temple, which is one of many worshipping destinations for Hindus.

Things To Do In Canggu Based On Traveller Visits And Local Insights
⇒ Pantai Batu Bolong Street
⇒ Batu Bolong Beach
⇒ Tanah Lot
⇒ Canggu Beach
⇒ Love Anchor Canggu Bali
⇒ Taman Segara Madu Water Park
⇒ Nelayan Beach
⇒ Jalan Pantai Batu Mejan
⇒ Kayu Putih Beach
⇒ Mejan Stone Beach

#6. Lovina Beach

Lovina Beach

Lovina Beach, as the name suggests, it’s a beach. But unlike most others, this one is famous for black sands, coral reefs, and especially dolphins. This place leads to Singsing Waterfall and the Banjar Hot Springs that several reside warm water pools and tropical forests.

Things To Do In Lovina Beach Based On Traveller Visits And Local Insights
⇒ Dolphin Statue
⇒ Lovina Beach
⇒ Budha Kalibukbuk
⇒ Ocean park north bali adventures
⇒ Pantai Lovina
⇒ Saraswati Dolphin Tour
⇒ Pantai Lingga

#7. Kintamani

Kintamani

From yellow to gold to red. Witnessing the dusky sky is always fascinating, and no other place in Bali can give you a better experience than Kintamani itself. Laying by the seashore and having a bottle of drink in hand, this place is an absolute destination for peace seekers.

Things To Do In Kintamani Based On Traveller Visits And Local Insights
⇒ Mount Batur
⇒ Pura Ulun Danu Batur
⇒ Danau Batur
⇒ Mount Batur Sunrise Trekking
⇒ Les Waterfalls
⇒ Bali Quad Discovery Tours
⇒ Gunung Abang
⇒ Penelokan Main Road
⇒ Museum Geopark Batur
⇒ Jembatan Tukad Bangkung

#8.  Bedugul

Bedugul

When Bali’s tropical heat and humidity start irritating you, you can visit Bedugul for some relaxation. Soon you’ll realize what it has to offer. Here the famous Pura Ulun Danu Temple was built to honor their devotee, Dewi Danu, who ensures sufficient water to its worshippers.

Things To Do In Bedugul Based On Traveller Visits And Local Insights
⇒ Pura Ulun Danu
⇒ Visit a traditional market
⇒ Bali Botanical Garden
⇒ Bali Treetop Adventure Park
⇒ Handara Golf & Resort Bali
⇒ Strawberry picking
⇒ Mountain lakes

#9. Padang Bai

Padang Bai

It’s yet another village engaged with fishing. It’s a small town on the east coast of Bali, near Candidasa. This charming place is the main gateway to Lombok, and people often spend nights here to enjoy the mesmerizing night sky, along with the cold breeze.

Things To Do In Padang Bai Based On Traveller Visits And Local Insights
⇒ Blue Lagoon Beach
⇒ Bias Tugel Beach
⇒ Padang Bai Beach
⇒ Pura Luhur Silayukti /SilayuktiTemple
⇒ Secret Beach
⇒ Kusamba Beach
⇒ Blue lagoon

#10. Candidasa

Candidasa

This is one of the prime traffic pass-throughs in Bali that also offers tons of accommodation options like hotels, restaurants, and resorts. Well, you can certainly have some geography classes here because often due to high tides, the narrow coastal areas simply disappear.

Things To Do In Candidasa Based On Traveller Visits And Local Insights
⇒ Toto Adventure Bali
⇒ Sang Hyang Ambu Temple
⇒ Besakih Temple
⇒ Taman Tirtagangga
⇒ Mount Agung
⇒ Penataran Lempuyang
⇒ Taman Kertha Gosa
⇒ Blue Lagoon Beach
⇒ Balai Gili
⇒ Tukad Cepung Waterfall

#11. West Bali National Park

West Bali National Park
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Spanning over 800 square kilometers, the West Bali National Park is the only protected and reserved national natural park on the islands of Bali. Aa a place of interest, this place is famous for two extinct volcanoes in the east; Mount Patas and Mount Merbuk.

Things To Do In West Bali National Park Based On Traveller Visits And Local Insights
⇒ Watudodol
⇒ Bali Strait
⇒ Pulau Tabuan
⇒ Menjangan Island
⇒ Bangsring Underwater
⇒ Pantai Bangsring
⇒ Pantai Watudodol
⇒ Rumah Apung Bangsring
⇒ Pantai Cacalan
⇒ Grand New Watudodol Bangsring Boat

#12. Singaraja

Singaraja

Many tourists may not know this fact, but centuries ago, a significant land portion of Bali was dominated, colonized, and influenced by the Arabians. Singaraja is perfect to have some sneak peek into Bali’s Arabian history, that’s still evident in the buildings, monuments, and streets.

Things To Do In Singaraja Based On Traveller Visits And Local Insights
⇒ Puri Gede Buleleng
⇒ Puri Kanginan Buleleng
⇒ National Monument
⇒ Ulun Danu Beratan Temple
⇒ Lovina Beach
⇒ Gitgit Waterfall
⇒ Lake Tamblingan
⇒ Lake Bratan
⇒ Kebun Raya Bali
⇒ Danau Buyan

#13. Tampaksiring

Tampaksiring
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Being one of the archeological destinations to visit in Bali, this place also has a meaningful name. ‘Tampak’ & ‘Siring’ respectively means, ‘Foot’ & ‘Oblique’. This location homes to the Senang Hati Foundation and Gunung Kawi Temple, as one of the main destinations in Bali.

Things To Do In Tampaksiring Based On Traveller Visits And Local Insights
⇒ Pura Gunung Kawi
⇒ Pura Mengening
⇒ Candi Tebing Gunung Kawi
⇒ Subak Pulagan
⇒ Pulagan Bali Agro ( wantilan subak ) Gianyar

#14. Bukit Peninsula

Bukit Peninsula

Formed out of limestones and naturally being dry & rugged, The Bukit Peninsula addressee the famous cliff-hanging temple at Uluwatu. This place also features some of the best beaches in Bali and provides a top surfing destination to intrepid surfers.

Things To Do In Bukit Peninsula Based On Traveller Visits And Local Insights
⇒ Uluwatu Temple
⇒ Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park
⇒ Dreamland Beach
⇒ Bingin Beach
⇒ Pandawa Beach
⇒ Jalan Nusa Dua
⇒ Padang Padang Beach
⇒ Balangan Beach
⇒ Uluwatu Kecak & Fire Dance
⇒ Green Bowl Beach

#15. Tenganan

Tenganan

Located in the northwest region of Candidasa, Tenganan holds itself as a cultural village, portraying walled homes and unique handicrafts. Previously being Hindu dominated, this place is different from other communities in Bali and thus popular as a cultural tourist attraction.

Things To Do In Tenganan Based On Traveller Visits And Local Insights
⇒ Tenganan Pegringsingan Ancient Village
⇒ Virgin Beach, Karangasem, Bali
⇒ Tenganan Pegringsingan Village
⇒ Bale Agung Tenganan Dauh Tukad

#16. Batuan

Batuan

Marvelously decorated with Balinese ornaments, Batuan Village homes the world-famous Batuan Temple, which is yet another Hindu temple, located beside the road from Denpasar to Ubud. This temple is based on the ‘Tri-Murti’ concept taught to Balinese Hindus in the 10th century.

Things To Do In Batuan Based On Traveller Visits And Local Insights
⇒ Batuan Temple
⇒ Pura desa adat cila murti batuan
⇒ Pantai Purnama
⇒ Dewa Putu Toris Gallery
⇒ Museum Seni Batuan
⇒ Cucukan Beach
⇒ Pantai Gumicik
⇒ Kubur beach
⇒ Lembeng beach

#17. Mas 

Mas

Mas village in Bali is fundamentally famous for being a picturesque countryside. This place attracts visitors with its extraordinary style of wood carving and sculptural art. Mas village is located in the Gianyar Regency in the eastern part of Bali.

Things To Do In Mas Based On Traveller Visits And Local Insights
⇒ Jalan Raya Pengosekan Ubud
⇒ TONYRAKA Art Lounge
⇒ Pura Taman Pule Mas, Ubud
⇒ Njana Tilem Museum
⇒ Centro Cultural de Bali
⇒ Museum Pendet
⇒ Pantai Purnama

#18. Amlapura

Amlapura
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Previously known as Karangasem, the name had been changed after the eruption of Mount Agung volcano in 1963. Though it’s an important transportation hub in Bali, it also holds its name as a multicultural place with numerous mosques and Chinese shophouses.

Things To Do In Amlapura Based On Traveller Visits And Local Insights
⇒ Bali Asli Restaurant
⇒ Puri Agung Karangasem
⇒ Virgin Beach, Karangasem, Bali
⇒ Bukit Cinta
⇒ Jalan Raya Perasi
⇒ Jasri Tourism Village
⇒ VW e-BaT

#19. Semarapura

Semarapura

Commonly known as Klingkung, the Semarapura district capital of Bali is the home to Puri Agung Semarapura, which is historically a relic of the days of Dewa Agung. Still, this place retains most of the palace compounds with adjacent temples that glorify its royal past.

Things To Do In Semarapura Based On Traveller Visits And Local Insights
⇒ Taman Kertha Gosa
⇒ Monumen Puputan Klungkung
⇒ Semarajaya Museum
⇒ Pasar Endek Klungkung
⇒ Klungkung Royal Palace
⇒ Puri Agung Klungkung
⇒ Badung Strait
⇒ PURA DASAR BHUANA GELGEL
⇒ Museum Kertagosa
⇒ Lapangan Puputan Klungkung

#20. Tuban

Tuban

Tuban is mostly like Kuta, but this place isn’t that much tourist attractive as the rest of Bali. However, this place is ideal for families and couples who want to spend some peaceful moments together. It homes to some of the top-notch shopping centers in Bali.

Things To Do In Tuban Based On Traveller Visits And Local Insights
⇒ Circus Waterpark Kuta
⇒ Tuban Beach
⇒ Satria Gatotkaca Park
⇒ Pantai Kelan
⇒ Uluwatu Street
⇒ Bingin Beach
⇒ Teluk Benoa
⇒ Bali Camel Adventure – Kelan Beach
⇒ BALI TOURS
⇒ Fuku Bali Photo

#21. Danau Batur

Danau Batur
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Danau Batur or popularly known as Lake Batur is a volcanic crater lake in Kintamani, about 30 kilometers northeast from Ubud. This lake is formed inside the Caldera of the active Mount Batur volcano and also situated along the Pacific Ring of Fire region.

Things To Do In Danau Batur Based On Traveller Visits And Local Insights
⇒ Pura Pancering Jagat
⇒ Kedisan Floating Hotel
⇒ Pura Bukit Mentik
⇒ Pura Ulun Danu Batur
⇒ Banyan Tree

#22. Tegalalang

Tegalalang

Being terrain earth, it’s very challenging to farm in Bali. That’s why they have come up with terrace farming, which you’ll find mostly in Tegalalang. Around 10 kilometers from Ubud, this place holds its beauty with its terraced rice fields.

Things To Do In Tegalalang Based On Traveller Visits And Local Insights
⇒ Alas Harum Agro Tourism
⇒ Kumulilir
⇒ Uma Pakel Agro Tourism
⇒ Sinar Natural Body Healing & Spa
⇒ Ubud Private Driver (Made Ada) – Day Tours
⇒ Ubud Horse Stables
⇒ Gunung Kawi Sebatu Temple
⇒ Avani Spa

#23. Gilimanuk

Gilimanuk
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Tourists find a little interest in this place, but this place is known for its stunning views across the mountains of East Java and Bali Strait. It’s also kind of an archeological site that reveals the earliest evidence of human existence in Bali.

Things To Do In Gilimanuk Based On Traveller Visits And Local Insights
⇒ Arco de Gilimanuk
⇒ Espresso Bar
⇒ Samatha Spa
⇒ Hardy’s Shopping Centre
⇒ Temple of Tirta Pulaki
⇒ Warung Ayam Betutu Men Tempeh
⇒ Museum Manusia Purba

#24. Sukawati

Sukawati
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You can term this place as the Mumbai of Bali, as there’s no shortage of activities and actions. Here you’ll find many temples that open for tourists, and one of the most exciting activities here is the ‘Odalan’ temple festival that attracts many travelers from around the globe.

Things To Do In Sukawati Based On Traveller Visits And Local Insights
⇒ SETIA DARMA HOUSE OF MASK AND PUPPETS
⇒ SACRED MONKEY FOREST SANCTUARY
⇒ MY BALI JOURNEY
⇒ NEGARI COFFEE
⇒ JOHN HARDY UBUD WORKSHOP AND SHOWROOM
⇒ TRI HITA SPA
⇒ BEJI GUWANG HIDDEN CANYON
⇒ TEBA SARI BALI AGROTOURISM
⇒ KANTO LAMPO WATERFALL
⇒ BALI ZOO

#25. Gitgit

Gitgit
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The name sounds exciting, isn’t it? Because this place itself is lovely and joyous. On visiting here, you’ll find the Gitgit waterfall that possesses a height of 300 meters above sea levels. Natively known as Air Terjun Kembar Gitgit, it’s an all-season waterfall.

Things To Do In Gitgit Based On Traveller Visits And Local Insights
⇒ matahari tulamben resort
⇒ adventure divers bali
⇒ Geko Dive
⇒ kecak fire & trance dance
⇒ goldust beauty lounge
⇒ grand mirage resort thalasso
⇒ Casa Home Spa
⇒ Luxe Hair

#26. Padangtegal

Padangtegal
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Padangtegal has a deep root in Balinese culture, which is even more enhanced by its magnificent vistas. A few decades back, this place was just a small village, but gradually with its ever-growing tourist attractions in Bali, it has developed itself into a cosmopolitan.

#27. Mengwi

Mengwi

Every tourist who visits Bali definitely prefers serene beaches, scenic backgrounds, delicious and lush space. Mengwi is one of the essential places in Bali that offers the perfect blend of all of the above. It’s a one-stop destination for everything in Bali.

Things To Do In Mengwi Based On Traveller Visits And Local Insights
⇒ Tanah Lot
⇒ Taman Ayun Temple
⇒ Pererenan Beach Street
⇒ Kedungu beach Bali
⇒ Nelayan Beach
⇒ Mengwi Royal Family Temple
⇒ Pantai Kelating
⇒ The Ogoh Ogoh Bali Museum
⇒ Pantai Batu Tampih
⇒ Pura Keraban Langit

#28. Tabanan

Tabanan

Bali is an exotic and adventurous destination that homes to over 10000 ancient temples, which reveals the glorious past and historical value of this place. However, Tabanan is the only place where you’ll find these. Most temples in Tabanan Regency is a gem for travelers for exploration.

Things To Do In Tabanan Based On Traveller Visits And Local Insights
⇒ Tanah Lot
⇒ Tabanan Anom Palace
⇒ Taman Tanah Pegat – Selfie & Rekreasi
⇒ Kedungu beach Bali
⇒ Taman Kota Tabanan
⇒ Pantai Kelating
⇒ Taman Selfie Tanah Pegat
⇒ Pantai Batu Tampih
⇒ Abian Kapas Beach

#29. Abiansemal

Abiansemal
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With its scenic beaches and long stretches of sand, Abiansemal is the most lovely coastal region in Bali. You can enjoy everything from here, including the spectacular sights of terraced rice fields, lush mountains, and even stunning waterfalls.

Things To Do In Abiansemal Based On Traveller Visits And Local Insights
⇒ Bali Swing
⇒ Sangeh Monkey Forest
⇒ Taman Mumbul Sangeh
⇒ Objek Wisata Sangeh
⇒ Pantai Purnama
⇒ The Kul Kul Farm
⇒ Taman Mumbul
⇒ Pura Pucak Bukit Sari
⇒ Taman Beji Giriya Waterfall

#30. Kubu

Kubu

Filled with tropical villas and magnificent gardens, Kubu is undoubtedly the place to look no further for than your sun lounger. Silence surrounds this place with the eye-catching views of overhanging palm trees leaning towards the tantalizing water.

Things To Do In Kubu Based On Traveller Visits And Local Insights
⇒ Mount Agung
⇒ Amed Beach
⇒ Besakih Mother Temple
⇒ Mount Batur
⇒ Kedisan
⇒ Padang Bay Beach
⇒ Temple Goa Lawah
⇒ Goa Lawah Beach

#31. Bangli

Bangli
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After a long day’s sightseeing, you’ll definitely be hungry. So, give yourself a break and come to Bangi. This place is jam-packed with premium and the finest restaurants in entire Bali. Balinese cuisines offer a perfect blend of authenticity and flavor, and once tasted, there’s no going back.

Things To Do In Bangli Based On Traveller Visits And Local Insights
⇒ Mount Batur
⇒ Pura Ulun Danu Batur
⇒ Danau Batur
⇒ Tukad Cepung Waterfall
⇒ Penglipuran
⇒ Air Terjun Tibumana
⇒ Mount Batur Sunrise Trekking
⇒ Pura Kehen
⇒ Les Waterfalls

#32. Banjar

Banjar
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Banjar is the smallest social community town in the Balinese society. Significant administrative buildings, meeting places, and community halls are present here for activities like dance, sports, and gamelan. These activities are prime attractions here.

Things To Do In Banjar Based On Traveller Visits And Local Insights
⇒ Bingin Beach
⇒ Uluwatu Beach
⇒ Nyang Nyang Beach
⇒ Pantai Nunggaian

#33. Tejakula

Tejakula

Many travelers seek for peace, rather than activities and enjoyments. And if you’re among them, then Tejakula is the perfect spot for you to chill out and have a quiet solitude and inward contemplation. 

Things To Do In Tejakula Based On Traveller Visits And Local Insights
⇒ Les Waterfall
⇒ Art Zoo
⇒ Cycling
⇒ SeumpUul
⇒ Bali Samadhi Spa
⇒ Surya Indigo
⇒ Bahari Prawara
⇒ Bali Sukawana

#34. Negara

Negara

Negara is the capital hub of the Jembrana Regency in Bali, and it’s one of the major economic centers too. The word ‘Negara’ originates from the Sanskrit term ‘Nagara,’ which relates to a drumming instrument in Balinese culture.

Things To Do In Negara Based On Traveller Visits And Local Insights
⇒ Have breakfast at Mutiara Restaurant
⇒ Hike to Bukit Teresek
⇒ Hike to Gunung Tahan
⇒ Grab a drink at Lia Restaurant
⇒ Go for a Night Jungle Walk
⇒ Visit the Kampung Orang Asli
⇒ Go rapid shooting
⇒ Take a boat cruise to Lata Berkoh
⇒ Feed the fish at Kelah Sanctuary
⇒ Observe the animals

#35. Sidemen

Sidemen

Sidemen is rich in its extraordinary farming techniques and crafting. This spectacular landscape is situated between Klungkung and Besakih Temple. It’s majorly a conventional village for Balinese folks and culture, and that’s why it’s a famous destination in Bali.

Things To Do In Sidemen Based On Traveller Visits And Local Insights
⇒ Warung Melita
⇒ Dapur Kapulaga
⇒ Pelangi Traditional Weaving
⇒ Joglo D’Uma
⇒ Warung Ida

#36. Gianyar

Gianyar

The beautiful landscapes are gently wrapped with charming terraced rice fields and temples. Once you visit this place, you’ll be speechless by so many culinary delights. All of these combined make a unique holiday experience.

Things To Do In Gianyar Based On Traveller Visits And Local Insights
⇒ wisata air terjun kanto lampo
⇒ Taman Nusa
⇒ Goa Rang Reng Waterfall
⇒ Lebih Beach
⇒ Badung Strait
⇒ Waterboom Bukit Jati
⇒ Twin Hill
⇒ Pasar Gianyar
⇒ Cucukan Beach
⇒ Pantai Purnama

#37. Plaga

Plaga

You can surely fill your social media walls, once you start enjoying this lovely destination. The scenes of rice fields with mountains and waterfalls in the backdrop make it an exceptional destination for photographers and social media holics.

Things To Do In Plaga Based On Traveller Visits And Local Insights
⇒ Acropolis
⇒ Parthenon
⇒ Acropolis Museum
⇒ Erechtheion
⇒ Erechtheion
⇒ Temple of Hephaestus
⇒ Temple of Athena Nike
⇒ Plaka

#38. Buleleng

Buleleng

Bali has numerous dearest destinations, and Buleleng is undoubtedly one of them. And to Bali, Buleleng is one of the dearests. It’s because this place is a magnificent blend of everything Bali has to offer, including beaches, clubs, resorts, shopping centers, and more.

Things To Do In Buleleng Based On Traveller Visits And Local Insights
⇒ Dolphin Statue
⇒ Gedung Kirtya
⇒ Klenteng Ling Gwan Kiong
⇒ Tugu Singa Ambara Raja
⇒ Museum Buleleng
⇒ Museum Gedong Kirtya
⇒ Taman Kota Singaraja
⇒ Candi Budha Kalibukbuk
⇒ Puri Agung Singaraja
⇒ Harbour Tourist Area of Buleleng

#39. Jembrana

Jembrana
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Going shopping is a must when you’re traveling somewhere. This helps us keep precious mementos that remind us of our journey. For Bali, this place is undeniably Jembrana, where you can pick every unique piece of Bali at an affordable price.

Things To Do In Jembrana Based On Traveller Visits And Local Insights
⇒ Makam Wali Pitu
⇒ Taman Negara

#40. Kubutambahan

Kubutambahan

Mostly regarded as a cultural heritage site, Kubutambahan is nothing less than an adventurous destination in Bali. The island is renowned for its magical hamlet and spell bounding combination of mouthwatering cuisines, vibrant cultures, and dreamlike nightlife.

#41. Bebandem

Bebandem

Bebandem is a little village area that is surrounded by scenic beaches, nerve-racking waterfalls, and beautiful mountains. It’s a treat for people who love adventurous sports in Mount Agung. You can try trekking, mountain biking, and watersports.

Things To Do In Bebandem Based On Traveller Visits And Local Insightsac
⇒ Mount Agung
⇒ Virgin Beach, Karangasem, Bali
⇒ Bukit Cemara
⇒ Bukit Pemukuran
⇒ Samsara living musium
⇒ Agung Volcano
⇒ Trekking Candidasa
⇒ Agrowisata Abian Salak
⇒ Bendungan Kastala
⇒ Masjid Jami’ Baiturrahim Kecicang Islam

#42. Selemadeg

Selemadeg

Yet another sublime beach in Bali is Selemadeg. With endless stretches of sand, this place showcases some of the most beautiful wave formations in the oceans. This creates infinite opportunities for amateur and professional surfers to tear through the waves.

#43. Susut

Susut
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You might be thinking why I haven’t yet mentioned about Bali’s capital city. Well, this is the place you’re asking for. Although it’s not a tourist attraction in Bali, it houses many historical administrative buildings.

#44. Penebel

Penebel

Kingdoms flourish and get obliterated, but the blood-soaked land? They remain for ages, highlighting the heritage for that place. Penebel in Bali resembles precisely the same by remarking the Dutch invasion centuries back.

#45. Budakeling

Budakeling

Soon after the popularity of Bali as a tourist destination, this place was designed with a community-based tourism industry concept. This place had been going through some innovations recently, and now it’s ready to welcome its guests.

#46. Seminyak

Seminyak

Looking for a beautiful hotel or resort to spend your nights in Bali? Seminyak has every option you’ll need. Although it’s not mainly a tourist destination, still its got plenty of attractions, starting from luxurious hotels, restaurants, clubs, and more.

#47. Nusa Dua

Nusa Dua

In the Indonesian language, ‘Nusa Dua’ means ‘Two Islands,’ which correctly you’ll see with two identical islands, having a temple topped on each. Nusa Dua is popularly known as the ‘upscale’ of Bali because this place is a perfect blend of natural habitat and commercialism.

#48. Tanjung Benoa

Tanjung Benoa
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Remember the scuba diving experience, I was talking about? This is the place where you can enjoy that. Mostly famous for its stretched beaches and endless sands, it’s a perfect spot for various water sports like scuba diving, sea walker, parasailing, and snorkeling.

#49. Uluwatu

Uluwatu

Uluwatu is yet another most popular tourist destination in Bali, situated on the southern ridge of the Bukit Peninsula. The names consist of two words, ‘Ulu’ & ‘Watu,’ which means ‘lands end’ & ‘rock’ respectively. This place is famous for its Pura Luhur Uluwatu Temple.

#50. Pecatu

Pecatu

Pecatu is geographically located in the southwestern peninsula of Bali. It’s very close to Nusa Dua and composes of small beaches, hilly terrains, and limestone cliffs. If you want to enjoy the marvelous sunset from Bali, then this place is perfect with glasses of drinks in hand.

#51. Legian

Legian

Legian Beach is a long stretch of sand that continues to the northern coast of fashionable Seminyak to Kuta Beach. Geographically situated between two of Bali’s most popular destinations, Legian is a mixture of Seminyak’s partying crowd and Kuta’s surfing views.

#52. Mount Abang

Mount Abang

Mount Abang is different from Bali’s common sea-beaches as it offers different kinds of experience like trekking and hiking. On the top, one will be purified with the blessings of deities in some unique temples. It’s also a high point of height to enjoy the sunrise in Bali.

#53. Karangasem

Karangasem
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Karangasem is an excellent regency in Bali. On the historical side, this place was a kingdom before Bali was conquered and dominated by Dutch. In 1963, this place was obliterated by a volcanic eruption that caused 1900 casualties and permanently transformed the place into inhabitable.

#54. Ungasan

Ungasan

Have you ever dreamt about pure white beaches and blue ripples of water altogether? If yes, then your dream will come true if you visit Ungasan. This place has been recently renovated with sun-beds and private beach areas, which are maintained by a dedicated team of men.

#55. Gerokgak

Gerokgak
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This village, situated in the northwest portion of Bali, is regarded as a dreamland for visitors who want to explore the underwater wonders and coral reefs. It’s an ultimate tranquil getaway, comprising of waterfront resorts and romantic sights.

#56. Kerobokan

Kerobokan
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For night lovers, this destination is like heaven to roam around because of it’s nighttime marketplace. Along with glorious lighting, you’ll find all sorts of crafting products available in Bali along with local fishes and seafood. Moreover, Kerobokan Prison is also located here.

#57. Beraban

Beraban

Temples are precious gems here in Bali, and one of its jewelry boxes is Beraban. This location is jam-packed with ancient and historic Hindu temples. Every brick on those monuments and temples showcase their very own bright chapters in history.

#58. Tulamben

Tulamben

Bali is an island and thus surrounded by massive pools of water and ocean. Like a few places in this article, Tulamben is yet another fishing dominated village in the northeast coastal regions in Bali. It’s also accessible for scuba divers who come to experience the beauty of coral reefs.

#59. Manggis

Manggis
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Today, due to commercialism, Bali has undergone significant changes, but still, there’s are many communities that were unable to catch-up with the rhythm. If you want to experience how Balinese life and culture was before, be sure to visit this place. You’ll be surprised.

#60. Baturiti

Baturiti

Bali features countless masterpieces of beauty, and one of them is undoubtedly its mesmerizing waterfalls. Baturiti is the final stop in our enlistment to give you a natural peace with suddle sounds of ripples in the water. If you ask me, I can spend hours listening to those natural melodies.

Final Words

An exotic holiday like this one comes only for one or two times, and you may not get a second chance to revisit Bali. So, why not experience every enjoyment and memorable moments that Bali has to offer. There’s no doubt that the 60 places mentioned above are fantasies for traveling geeks, and those are iconic tourist attractions in Bali too.

Once you visit the ‘Islands of Gods’, you’ll take back with yourself some precious moments worth remembering for the rest of your lifetime. So, book tickets for Bali, buckle up your backpacks, and give yourself and your family an unforgettable experience in your lifetime.

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