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Bali Tourist Attractions
The list of Bali tourist attractions is as diverse as it can get. If you are on a spiritual journey, you can enjoy the marvelous sites of the ancient Balinese temples. On the other hand, if you enjoy nature and going on new adventures, there are so many pleasant attractions that await in Bali. For travelers who are looking forward to relaxing in eye-catching places that provide fantastic views, there are countless beaches that you can visit. With Bali, you are guaranteed that there is an attraction to catch your eye, no matter your idea of the perfect holiday is.
There are many magnificent attractions that you need to make a point of visiting while you are in Bali. Bali is well-known for its stunning ancient temples, just one of the reasons why it’s also called the Island of the Gods. As well as enjoying the beauty of the temples, visiting them provides you with the best chance to learn about the ancient architecture and Balinese customs and traditions.
The Uluwatu temple is located on top of a cliff that is 70 meters high. As a result, tourists can be able to enjoy the breathtaking views of the surrounding area while at the temple. It’s one of the most photogenic temples in Bali, and combing a trip here for sunset and a Kecak dance performance is sure to delight all.
Other temples of note include Tanah Lot and Besakih temples. Tanah Lot temple sits on a rocky outcrop, cut off from the mainland at high tide and is another great spot to catch sunset. Besakih Temple, the Mother Temple, sits high on the slopes of Mount Agung – Bali’s tallest and most sacred volcano.
Dolphins are the most intelligent animal of the sea. Join a dolphin watching cruise to see these magical creatures playing in the waves in their natural environment. With their welfare the priority, you won’t see them performing tricks in a pool, or be able to touch them, what you will see though will create a memory to last a lifetime.
The waterfalls in Bali are some of the most outstanding attractions. The unique landscape of various parts of Bali led to the existence of these magical waterfalls. Waterfalls that are popular with visitors include Niagara Munduk or the Gitgit waterfall. Be sure to take your camera, as the waterfalls, combined with the lush jungle settings are worthy of at least a few pictures. You may want to take your swimmers as well, as at many waterfalls, the pools at the bottom of the falls provide the perfect swimming spots to cool off on a hot day.
Ubud is widely known as Bali’s cultural hub. This makes it the best place for tourists who have taken an interest in exploring the culture of Bali. There are so many remarkable attractions that tourists can visit while in Ubud. They include the Monkey Forest, art museums, markets and Goa Gajah. The Ubud Art Market is growing to be a popular attraction for tourists in Bali. An Ubud tour with Bali Tours and More means that an experienced guide will be on hand to show you around, ensuring that you don’t miss a thing.
To add on that, tourists get to explore Bali by visiting museums in Ubud such as the Neka and Agung Rai. These museums have sentimental paintings from both local and international artists. Lastly, people who are looking for fun family activities in Bali can participate in a Balinese cooking class in Ubud.
Bali is well known for it’s rice paddies and the Jatiluwih Rice Terraces are some of the best on the island. The lush green 600 hectares of rice paddies provide the eyes with a unique beauty that can only be found at such an attraction. A visit to this rice field will help people to learn about the ancient irrigation system that dates back to the 9th century. The “subak” water irrigation system as they call it has been a significant part of the Balinese cultural heritage. It is, therefore, not surprising that it was declared a UNESCO world heritage site.
The Kintamani region provides tourists with so many picturesque sites. Given that it is home to Mount Batur, one can enjoy the lovely views of the sun rising or setting and having Mount Batur as the backdrop. Mount Batur is one of Bali’s active volcanoes. Tourists are mostly amazed by the sight of the Kintamani black lava trails which are as a result of the volcanic activity of Mount Batur. Visitors who are into adrenaline-driven activities can book a Kintamani dirt bike tour. This has proved to be the most exciting way of experiencing Kintamani and its surrounding.
Would you like to further your experience of the Balinese Culture? If the answer is in the affirmative, you should consider heading to the Silver Factory while in Bali. This is an essential cultural attraction because they still use the same silver-making technique that was used decades ago. Silver making is based around the village of Celuk, where the artisan skills of the craft have been passed down in families from generation to generation.
Lastly, people who are looking for fantastic snorkeling opportunities will definitely be in for a treat while on a trip to Bali. The numerous snorkeling beaches in Bali go further to prove that Bali is a one of a kind tourist destination. This fun-filled activity can be done in beaches such as Amed, Padang Bai, and Nusa Dua. These beaches have quickly grown to become popular tourist attractions. Many people come to get a firsthand experience of some of the rare types of fish and marine plants.
Adventure Tours in Tropical Paradise
Speed along a deserted beach on an ATV quad bike, go off-road motor biking on the slopes of a volcano or through the jungle, white water rafting on the Ayung River, or scuba diving amongst some of the most diverse marine life anywhere on the planet. Bali is a great place for adventure, and you’ll find the very best adventure tours right here!
Discover Bali’s Amazing Culture
Bali has a rich cultural history, that remains alive and vibrant today, as Hindu religious practices are woven into daily life. Take a cultural tour to discover more about the traditional ways of life on the Island of the Gods as well as seeing more of the beautiful landscape of the island. Visit temples, palaces and artisans at work for an unforgettable day out in Bali.
Great Days Out for all the Family
Bali is a fantastic place for all the family. Get up close and personal with the inhabitants of the Monkey Forest, or tackle the obstacles high in the trees of the Tree Tops Adventure Park. Enjoy a fun filled day on the rides and slides of Waterbom Park – the Number 1 waterpark in Asia. The Marine and Safari Park are also firm family favourites. Book your tours with us for the family holiday of a lifetime.
Bali’s Best Nature Tours
Discover the stunning scenery of Kintamani and Mount Batur and the mesmerising beauty of the terraced rice paddies at Tegallalang. Cycle through rural Bali, getting up close and personal with both the people and the landscape or take a tour to discover the majesty of hidden waterfalls.
Theme Parks for All
Spend the day at Bali Wake Park – Bali’s only cable tow wake boarding park, and also home to Aqua Land – Asia’s largest inflatable floating obstacle course! A day at Waterbom Bali is always a great day out for all the family or combine fun with caring for the animals at the award winning Elephant Safari Park.
Get Wet and Wild in Bali
Hit the waves for the first time and learn to surf, or charter a boat and head off in search of uncrowded waves. Discover the thrill of wind power as you head off kite surfing, enjoy a banana boat ride or speed around Benoa on a Jet Ski. Head underwater on a scuba diving adventure and discover one of the richest and most diverse marine environments on the planet.