ALL ABOUT BALI

Undoubtedly Bali is one of the most popular travel destinations in the world which is also known as Island of the Gods.

It is a surfer’s paradise and a perfect beach holiday destination for anybody who is looking for some time away from the city life.  Sea is not only attraction in Bali as you can also witness exquisite waterfalls, caves, museums and temples.  Let’s take a quick and brief look at things to do in Bali. 

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Surfing in Kuta

If you enjoy surfing in gentle waves, you must visit Kuta beach in Bali.   You can also sign up for a Surf lesson or try it yourself by renting a body board. 

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 Ulun Danu temple

The architectural Masterpiece of Ulun Danu temple is located on the edge of the Baratan Lake.  It is one of the quietest and serene places on the island and a must visit for architecture lovers. 

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 Bali Treetop Adventure Park

 Kids and teenagers can spend an afternoon on the Bali treetop Adventure Park amid the last forest.  It is a great vacation option for families. 

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Jetpack in Tanjung Benoa

If you are looking for different types of sports activities, go for Tanjung Benoa.  One of the most interesting and exciting activity is a water Jetpack which will take you about 10 metres high for 20 minutes so you feel like flying. Don’t miss out this one.  

 Sidemen

Tourists who are looking for alternative of crowded places must visit Sidemen. The beautiful valley is home to numerous paddy rice fields, waterfalls and majestic scenery. 

Tanah Lot temple

Tanah Lot temple is the most attractions of Bali which is made on the top of a rock formation.  The sunset around the temple looks amazing and people flock in here early for the best spot.

 Monkey Forest

The monkey forest is one of the main attractions of Ubud.  There are over 500 monkeys in the three temples that were built in the 14th century.  You can walk around this nature reserve and take photographs with the monkeys.  Make sure to be very careful as the monkeys can grab whatever they can from the visitors.  

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Uluwatu temple

The Uluwatu temple is also one of the most popular sites in Bali which is 70 meters above the sea level.  It offers a spectacular view of the raging water of the ocean.  The temple also has a significant monkey population and ornate architecture. 

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 Mount Batur

Mount Batur is one of the most popular volcanoes in Bali and you can take a tour to the top. The carter is surrounded by a stunning lake. It is the easiest trek offering a spectacular sunrise view. The mount is 1700 meters above sea level.

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Published by Travel With Virona

Hi! I'm Virona. I am very inspired by travel and in love with the planet we live on. My dream in life is to roam around the world. While doing so, I hope to inspire others to not only explore the world, but to live the lives they've always wanted. I just published my first book "Achieve Any Goal That You Desire" as a tool for motivated people who are ready to live the life they want. This book has enabled me to plan my newest adventure to Asia. Stay tuned to see my explorations!

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