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What to Do in Bali

Ubud Monkey Forest

Established with the Balinese concept of Tri Hita Karana (that God, people, and nature are the three causes of well-being or prosperity) in mind, Ubud Monkey Forest is a holy site containing over a thousand long-tailed Balinese macaques. Intended to create peace and harmony, it is home to nature, monkeys, and ancient temples. Watch out, though: the macaques can grab at your stuff if you're not careful.

Mount Batur

Mount Batur (or Gunung Batur) is perhaps one of Bali's most stunning natural phenomena. Standing at over 5600 feet, this volcano is known for its stunning vistas and for its jaw-dropping sunrise view. We recommend visiting in the early hours for the sunrise view alone, as the hike takes about two hours to complete. Guides are even available to lead the way.

The Beaches

Many beaches surround Bali, each offering its own unique flavor. Whether it's Nyang Nyang Beach with its secluded feel, Thomas Beach with its white sands and palm trees, Echo Beach with its charcoal sand and rushing surf, or Pantai Pasir Putih, with its clear blue waters, you'll find something perfect for your stay. The beaches of Bali are even used for Balinese Hindu rituals!

What to See in Bali

The Temples

The island of Bali is dotted with Hindu temples, and it's worth a visit to them during your stay on the island. There's Gunung Kawi Temple, where it's rumored that the warrior Kebo Iwa carved reliefs with his fingernails. Then there's Uluwatu Temple, which has been protecting islanders from spirits for over a thousand years. And who could forget Besakih Temple, known as Mother Temple?

Tegalalang Rice Terraces

Situated 20 minutes north of Ubud, the Tegalalang Rice Terrace is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of Bali's most visited sites. With many layers of rice paddies kept irrigated by a complex, ancient system passed down through the generations, you'll find yourself walking through the maze and taking in the views from multiple vantages. And when you're done, relax in the gardens’ open-air cafes.

Sekumpul Waterfalls

Perhaps the most beautiful of Bali's waterfalls, the Sekumpul Waterfall is truly a sight to behold. To get there, you must hike along an hour-long trail through a ravine. But the promise is no doubt worth the effort. In the end, you'll be granted views of the stunning falls and the lush vegetation. Perfect for pictures and memories!

Where to Stay in Bali

Ubud

As the most popular tourist area in Bali, Ubud is a cultural hub, home to many artisans and craftsmen. Located near the center of the island, it is a great place to stay if you plan on touring multiple locations in Bali. In Ubud proper, there are temples, art markets, rice fields to tour, as well as the iconic Ubud Monkey Forest.

Seminyak

Situated in the southwest of Bali, this atmospheric area is known for three things: beaches, restaurants, and shopping. Seminyak features beaches with sunset views straight from the movies, restaurants with food to die for, and boutiques offering souvenirs and clothing. The area can admittedly get a little busy, but with its many offerings, it's easy to see why.

Kuta

Party and nightlife lovers look no further than Kuta. Kuta, another popular area in Bali, is known for its nightclubs, bars, and restaurants, great if you're looking to dance the nights away. Kuta also has some of the best beaches for surfing in Bali. Interestingly, Kuta was one of the first areas in Bali to cater to mass tourism.

Ubud Monkey Forest

Established with the Balinese concept of Tri Hita Karana (that God, people, and nature are the three causes of well-being or prosperity) in mind, Ubud Monkey Forest is a holy site containing over a thousand long-tailed Balinese macaques. Intended to create peace and harmony, it is home to nature, monkeys, and ancient temples. Watch out, though: the macaques can grab at your stuff if you're not careful.

Mount Batur

Mount Batur (or Gunung Batur) is perhaps one of Bali's most stunning natural phenomena. Standing at over 5600 feet, this volcano is known for its stunning vistas and for its jaw-dropping sunrise view. We recommend visiting in the early hours for the sunrise view alone, as the hike takes about two hours to complete. Guides are even available to lead the way.

The Beaches

Many beaches surround Bali, each offering its own unique flavor. Whether it's Nyang Nyang Beach with its secluded feel, Thomas Beach with its white sands and palm trees, Echo Beach with its charcoal sand and rushing surf, or Pantai Pasir Putih, with its clear blue waters, you'll find something perfect for your stay. The beaches of Bali are even used for Balinese Hindu rituals!

The Temples

The island of Bali is dotted with Hindu temples, and it's worth a visit to them during your stay on the island. There's Gunung Kawi Temple, where it's rumored that the warrior Kebo Iwa carved reliefs with his fingernails. Then there's Uluwatu Temple, which has been protecting islanders from spirits for over a thousand years. And who could forget Besakih Temple, known as Mother Temple?

Tegalalang Rice Terraces

Situated 20 minutes north of Ubud, the Tegalalang Rice Terrace is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of Bali's most visited sites. With many layers of rice paddies kept irrigated by a complex, ancient system passed down through the generations, you'll find yourself walking through the maze and taking in the views from multiple vantages. And when you're done, relax in the gardens’ open-air cafes.

Sekumpul Waterfalls

Perhaps the most beautiful of Bali's waterfalls, the Sekumpul Waterfall is truly a sight to behold. To get there, you must hike along an hour-long trail through a ravine. But the promise is no doubt worth the effort. In the end, you'll be granted views of the stunning falls and the lush vegetation. Perfect for pictures and memories!

Ubud

As the most popular tourist area in Bali, Ubud is a cultural hub, home to many artisans and craftsmen. Located near the center of the island, it is a great place to stay if you plan on touring multiple locations in Bali. In Ubud proper, there are temples, art markets, rice fields to tour, as well as the iconic Ubud Monkey Forest.

Seminyak

Situated in the southwest of Bali, this atmospheric area is known for three things: beaches, restaurants, and shopping. Seminyak features beaches with sunset views straight from the movies, restaurants with food to die for, and boutiques offering souvenirs and clothing. The area can admittedly get a little busy, but with its many offerings, it's easy to see why.

Kuta

Party and nightlife lovers look no further than Kuta. Kuta, another popular area in Bali, is known for its nightclubs, bars, and restaurants, great if you're looking to dance the nights away. Kuta also has some of the best beaches for surfing in Bali. Interestingly, Kuta was one of the first areas in Bali to cater to mass tourism.

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