Peanuts sizzle at roadside stalls, petal-strewn offerings smolder on busy sidewalks, and traditional gamelan music jangles against the buzz of mopeds. The island is rich in natural beauty amid the clamor and confusion of the key tourist areas, with attractions for every form of traveler
The tourist throngs have undeniably swelled since the popular book and film Eat, Pray, Love spotlighted this enchanting island, but if you wander off the beaten track, you can still encounter old Bali. Find the best places to explore and some of the hidden gems of the island from our list of Bali's top attractions.
Tanah Ton Pura : Around 20 kilometers northwest of Kuta, one of Bali's most iconic temples is Pura Tanah Lot ('Pura' means temple in Balinese). On a rocky islet surrounded by roaring waves, its beautiful seaside setting wows anyone who visits. It is one of the most sacred of all the island's sea temples for the Balinese people. (The largest and holiest Hindu temple in Bali is Pura Besakih, but tourists have been harassed by local hagglers recently.
Every evening, crowds of Kuta, Legian, and Sanur tourists find their way through a maze of lanes lined with souvenir vendors to watch the sunset behind the temple. At the beginning of the 16th century, Pura Tanah Lot was constructed and is thought to be inspired by the priest Nirartha, who, after spending the night on the rock outcrop, asked local fishermen to build a temple here.
Save time to relax at one of the clifftop restaurants and cafés here and taste the popular Kopi luwak (civet coffee) after visiting the different temples and shrines. Pleasant civets snooze on the tables in some of the cafés, offering fun Instagram-worthy photo ops. You can walk along tropical landscaped paths from Tanah Lot to the stunning Batu Bolong, another sea temple perched on a rock outcrop with an eroded causeway linking it to the shore.
Batur's Mount : Hundreds of tourists begin the trek up the 1,700-meter summit of Mount Batur every day in Bali's predawn darkness to watch the sunrise above the lush mosaic of mist-shrouded mountains and the caldera far below. In the Kintamani District in the central highlands of Bali, about an hour's this sacred active volcano, and the trek to the summit to see the sunrise
The hike is relatively straightforward, along well-marked trails, and generally takes around two to three hours. Usually, led treks involve a picnic breakfast, with eggs cooked by the active volcano's steam. The views are stunning on a clear day, extending all the way across the Batur caldera; the surrounding mountain range; and the magnificent Lake Batur, the primary source of irrigation water for the island. Robust hiking shoes are necessary, and wearing layers is advisable, as the temperature can be cool.
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Temple of Uluwatu : Sunset is the perfect time to visit, like Pura Tanah Lot, when the sky and sea shine in the late afternoon light. Archaeological discoveries here indicate the megalithic origin of the temple, dating from about the 10th century.
It is believed that the temple protects Bali from evil sea spirits, while the monkeys who live in the forest near its entrance are believed to protect the temple from bad influences (keep your belongings safely stashed away from their nimble fingers). A scenic path snakes with spectacular views along the way from the entrance to the temple. Only Hindu worshippers are permitted to enter the temple, but the beautiful setting and the frequent sunset Kecak dance performances
Art & Culture from Ubud : Made famous by the book and film Eat, Pray, Love, the epicenter of Balinese art and culture is also Ubud. This is where, with the surrounding royal palaces and temples serving as the key patrons, the modern Balinese art movement was born. Today, its evolution and traditions are celebrated by many excellent local museums and galleries.
If your style is more like shopping for jewelry, don't miss the Ubud Art Market. This maze of stalls is one of the city's main tourist attractions, brimming with carvings, sculptures, jewelry, sarongs, paintings, and homewares. Bargaining is important, and countering with half the asking price and bartering up from there, always with a smile, is a good rule of thumb. The Puri Saren Royal Ubud Palace is also worth a visit opposite the market. Attending a show of traditional Balinese dance
Bali's Tegallalang and Jatiluwih Rice Terraces : Tegallalang Rice Terraces is one of the most popular places for photographing these classic landscapes and absorbing their timeless beauty, around a 30-minute drive north of Ubud. At one of the many restaurants and cafés overlooking the fields, a relaxing way to enjoy the lush landscapes is.
You'll also find fewer tourist promos here, so without being hassled, it's easier to wander around and explore. Both of these sites use the traditional water management cooperative, a UNESCO-recognized irrigation scheme dating back to the 9th century.
Best places to visit in Bali
Shopping Seminyak : Bali is known for its flamboyant designers and fabulous shopping, and along the busy streets of Seminyak, you'll find the best examples of Balinese architecture. Fashion, surfing and swimwear, jewelry, furniture, and homeware from cutting-edge designers are just some of the things you can purchase at the chic shops and busy market stalls here.
Seminyak Square and Seminyak Village are the two main shopping malls, but in the smaller shops lining the streets, you'll typically find better offers. Head to the Seminyak Flea Markets near Seminyak Square, where you'll find stalls full of garments, jewelry, carvings, and crafts if you're really looking for a bargain. Also, Seminyak is home to some of the best restaurants and art galleries in Bali.
Playa Nusa Dua : Do you want to avoid the metropolitan buzz of Bali? Your response is Nusa Dua Beach. You can sit down here in a cozy sun lounger, have a cold drink in your lap, and listen to the gentle slosh of surfing on white, silky sands. You're not going to get the cultural fit that you'll find elsewhere in Bali-after all, this is a gated resort area on its own private peninsula, but if you're looking for quiet and relatively pristine sands, you'll find it here, at one of the best beaches in Bali.
This sweeping stretch of shore is presided over by some of Bali's finest luxury beach resorts, and resort workers work hard to keep the sand clean and free of litter. Famous activities to do include strolling along the shore for miles, swimming, surfing, parasailing, and sunbathing, but to use their sun loungers, you will need to pay a fee or eat at one of the resorts.
You can sign up for some pampering at a posh resort spa or browse the trendy shops at Bali Range, an open-air shopping mall when you tire of the beach. For off-sand strolling between the resorts and attractions, a paved promenade skirts the beach.
The Valley of the Sidemen : Walking around the small villages, surrounded by farmland and rice paddies, where the locals still tend to their traditional hobbies, is a highlight of a visit here. You can also climb to the summit of Mount Agung through the countryside or trek past cocoa and coffee plantations through the rice fields and lush countryside. Rafting the rivers; yoga retreats; and taking part in cultural events such as dancing, painting, or traditional weaving are other common things to do here.
Departing from Trichy airport.
Welcome to Bali – Land of dreams.
Upon arrival at Denpasar Airport.
Meet and greets at airport with flower Garland.
Pick up from airport and then transfer to the Hotel.
Hotel check In
Then proceeding to visit Uluwatu Temple Tour.
The most compelling part of the temple complex, however, comes from its nightly kecak dance performances, which adapts the famous Ramayana Hindu epic, and plays out against a gorgeous Balinese sunset.
Come back to Hotel.
Overnight Stay at Hotel.
After fresh up & Breakfast at hotel.
Visit for Tanjung beach for water sports activity include banana boat Ride.
(Activities such as Bali Rolling Donut,Jet Skiing ,Snorkeling ,Surfing, Water Skiing ,Fly Fishing, Parasailing,Scuba Diving ,River Rafting ,Sea Walking ,Underwater Scooter Ride ,Water Tubing, Free Diving,etc..,)
To visit Turtle Island with Glass Bottom Boat.
Come back to Hotel.
Overnight Stay at Hotel.
At this trip We start at 06.45 from your hotel to go to Benoa Harbour to take FAST BOAT to Lombok Island .
After arriving in Lombok meet and Greet by your local guide then having Sasak Tour , visiting Sade Rambitan the traditional village then continue to Kuta Beach and Tanjung Aan beach the famous White sand beach .
(Activities such as banana boat tours, the very exciting Parasailing, the flying fish, Stand Up Paddles, and Snorkeling)
On the way to hotel We will stop at Sukarara Vullage famous for Tenun Ikat , Banyumelek village the center of pottery.
Check into Hotel.
Overnight Stay at Hotel.
Full day trip to visit Malimbu Hill to see the view of Gili Trawangan or agung Volcano in Bali ,
To Visit Sendang Gilke Waterfall located on the slope of Mount Rinjani, you will get down through 300 steps while enjoy the panoramic tropic forest and scenery of waterfall.
(Activities such as Rent Bikes & Explore. Gili Trawagan is the perfect size to explore by bicycle! , Snorkelling Trip)
Overnight at Hotel.
After Breakfast and then pick you up for transfer to Harbour for boating to Bali .
Transfer back to Bali International Airport for departure.
What 's Included
3* / 4* / 5* Hotel Accommodation
(As per required)
English Speaking Guide *
(As per required)
Luxury & Comfort Vehicle Transfer for all sightseeing
Return Airport Transfer