Places To Visit in Bali

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  • Kuta Beach

    Kuta Beach

    One of the most popular beaches of Bali, Kuta was originally a fishing village. It was later discovered by surfers and with the growing influx of visitors, catapulted into a tourist hub as we see today. Located towards Bali’s western side, Kuta has something to offer to all kinds of ...

  • Nusa Dua

    Nusa Dua

    Located on the eastern coastline, Nusa Dua is a beautiful upscale beach resort town. Long stretches of white sands, clean beach fronts and serene surroundings make Nusa Dua a hot favourite with tourists. You will find luxurious and classy resorts lined all along the beaches. In fact, it is not ...

  • Sanur


    Sanur beach is just a 20-minute drive from the Denpasar International Airport. This beachside town is absolutely breathtaking. The wide paved beach is ideal for walking and cycling, the two best ways to enjoy a beach. The sandy beach that curves and forms a half-circle looks splendid.

  • Pura Ulun Danu Bratan

    Pura Ulun Danu Bratan

    Bali owes its mystical energy to more than 20,000 temples scattered all over the island. Pura Ulun Danu Bratan is a water temple on Lake Bratan with many temples around it. Built in 1663, this temple is located on the shores of the scenic Lake Bratan amidst majestic mountains.

  • Uluwatu Temple

    Uluwatu Temple

    Located on south-west side of Bali, Uluwatu Temple is approximately an hour’s drive away from Nusa Dua or Kuta. The beauty of this temple is its unique architecture.

    Uluwatu is a nine-directional temple perched on a cliff which is 70 meters high. Stand at the top ...

  • Tanah Lot Temple

    Tanah Lot Temple

    There is a chain of temples all along the south-west coast of Bali known to protect the country from the vagaries of the ocean. Tanah Lot is the most important of the seven temples in Bali in this chain. It is about 20 kilometres from the capital city Denpasar.

  • Sacred Monkey Forest

    Sacred Monkey Forest

    The sacred Monkey forest is an experience in itself with long-tailed macaques being the major crowd pullers. This 11th century Gunung Kawi shrine, popularly known as the Sacred Monkey Forest is spread over 27 acres of land.

    Located in Ubud, this place is such a contrast ...

    Religious Parks & Gardens
  • Kintamani


    A day trip to Kintamani village includes a climb up to Mount Batur, which is a small volcano. When you climb the mountain, you can see active volcano cones along the slope. Climbing up the mountain takes a couple of hours and once you reach the top, you’ll be rewarded ...

  • Goa Gajah

    Goa Gajah

    Goa Gajah near Ubud is an elephant shaped cave temple with a Shiv lingam and Ganesha idol at the end of dark tunnel passage. Stone carvings of various demons and characters depicting mythological stories make this place interesting.

    Goa Gajah is an important stop on your ...

  • Tegalalang Rice Fields

    Tegalalang Rice Fields

    The terraced rice fields of Tegalalang village, built for the purpose of step farming, are over 2,000 years old. An ideal countryside getaway, here you can see locals working in the paddy fields alongside coconut trees and a flowing river. You can shop for local, handmade products here. ...

  • Subak Museum

    Subak Museum

    Subak is an indigenous irrigation system developed by Balinese people centuries ago and prevalent even to this day. Subak Museum takes you through the complete journey of the Subak irrigation system interwoven with stories of Bali’s history and culture. Located in the beautiful countryside, it is a great place to ...

  • Puri Saren Palace

    Puri Saren Palace

    Puri Saren Palace is the royal palace in Ubud. Apart from the grandeur and architecture of the palace, you can also enjoy the best traditional dance performances in town here.

    Performances start at 7 pm and everyday sees a full house so it’s ...

  • Bali Museum

    Bali Museum

    Strategically located in Denpasar, Bali Museum is a good place to get acquainted with Bali’s cultural heritage. This museum is designed amidst beautifully manicured gardens, ideal for a stroll. ...

    Museum Parks & Gardens
  • Bajra Sandhi Monument

    Bajra Sandhi Monument

    This monument is symbolic of Bali’s struggle against the Dutch colonists. Designed in the form of a Hindu bell (ghanti), it’s surrounded with lush greenery. ...