Uluwatu, Balian, Nusa Dua, Kuta, and Nusa Lembongan. If you’re just starting out, consider taking a lesson to get the hang of it. Otherwise, surf’s up!
Sacred Monkey Forest, lush Tegalalang Rice Terraces, classes at the Yoga Barn, shopping, visiting the many Balinese temples, trying Kopi Luwak at a local coffee farm, and browsing the many unique art galleries in the area.
Nusa Lembongan, the Gili Islands, Nusa Penida, and Menjangen National Marine Park.
Legong Dance & Ramayana in Ubud, as well as the famous Kecak Fire Dance at Uluwatu Temple. Be sure to arrive early for the best seats, and follow the storyline (often given in an accompanying brochure) for a more meaningful understanding.
Bali is home to some magnificent beaches. Take time to explore some of the best around the island, including the private beach of Karma Kandara, sunset hits of Kuta and Seminyak, relaxing black sand beaches of Balian or Amed, calm waters of Nusa Dua, and the cliff-lined beaches of Uluwatu, including Padang-Padang, Suluban, Bingin, Dreamland and Balangan. No matter what kind of beach you’re searching for, chances are Bali has one that’s guaranteed to make your paradise dreams a reality.
Go Beach Hopping
One of the best things about traveling to Bali is the opportunity to kick back and relax. Treat yourself to an inexpensive spa treatment, beachside massage or couples spa day, or relax by the pool at your homestay, hotel or resort. There are also several hotels, such as Jungle Fish in Ubud, that offer access to their stunning pool facilities when you spend 150,000 IDR (around US $11) on food and drink. Worth it!
We will be updating this page as we experience more activities in Bali, so check back for the latest additions. Terima kasih!