If you’re looking for an unforgettable adventure, it’s time to head to Bali! From vibrant waterfalls and picturesque temples to breathtaking beaches and lush forests, this island paradise has something for everyone. Here are five must-see places to visit in Bali.
Seminyak – Venture off the beaten path to discover local gems
A must-see on any Bali itinerary, Seminyak is the perfect place to experience authentic Balinese culture and hospitality. Explore the winding streets and vibrant markets to find hidden gems such as colorful homeware stores brimming with handmade crafts, and locally owned cafés serving up delicious fresh dishes. Don’t forget to try some Bebek Betutu duck in the famous “eat street” otherwise known as Jalan Laksman!
Lombok – Home to some of Bali’s most beautiful beaches and islands
Just a short boat ride away from Bali, Lombok is a breathtaking paradise made up of stunning coastline and ancient volcanoes. The beaches here are particularly spectacular; Tanjung Aan is a local favorite and boasts picturesque white sand shores towered by high mountains, and surrounded by a dense tropical jungle. Head to Gili Air or Gili Meno – two small islands encircled by coral reefs – for some unforgettable snorkeling and diving experiences.
Menjangan Island – An untouched paradise for divers and nature lovers alike
Menjangan Island, located on the western tip of Bali, is a unique destination that offers an untouched paradise for divers and nature lovers alike. Surrounded by crystal clear waters, vibrant coral reefs, mangroves and hidden bays, it also boasts some of the best diving spots in the region. Here, visitors can trek through the jungle and spot many animal species such as wild deer, wild pigs and even peacocks!
Ubud – Immerse yourself in the spiritual culture of this traditional Balinese village
Nestled in the lush jungles of central Bali is Ubud, a charming traditional village where you can immerse yourself in the spiritual culture. While here, make sure to explore their ancient royal palace and catch the ancient dances and puppet shows performed by local Balinese people. Spend time visiting one of the vibrant temples or swim in the Tampaksiring Water Temple; here you’ll truly feel connected to nature.
Sekumpul Waterfalls – Escape the tourist crowds to marvel at majestic natural beauty
Head to Sekumpul Waterfall, located in the scenic village of Sekumpul. This is a must-see attraction, full of pristine mountain waters tumbling down into crystal blue waterfalls. Admire the local species and vegetation that are only found on this site. Keep an eye out for exotic wildlife and take plenty of photos – you won’t want to forget this truly magical experience! Out of our list of the best places to visit in Bali, this is our favourite and it is also renowned for being the best waterfall in all of Bali.
Is 3 days in Bali Enough?
Three days in Bali are not enough and you won’t be able to visit all the mainstream attractions –let alone the offbeat ones. Three days will be enough to give you a touch of Bali and we are sure you will plan another visit to this tropical heaven soon after.
What is the most popular place in Bali?
Out of the places to visit in Bali, the island of Nusa Penida is the number one destination on visitors’ Bali itinerary. The island is an unofficial bird sanctuary and is home to the famous Kelingking Beach – one of the main beaches of this region known for its jagged edge cliff mountains and its sapphire blue waters.
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