Bali is an island that ought to be on everyone’s bucket list. During your holiday in Bali, then it’s ideal for getting a combination of hidden jewels and abundant experiences. Here is some list of recommendations on what to do in Bali.
- Visit Tegalalang Rice Terraces
Tegalalang Rice Terraces is a valley of rice paddies. Tegalalang is best to visit during the daytime time. Busses with visitors arrive about 10 AM. The entry is readily located on the side of the street. Lots of cafes overlooking the rice terraces are situated on this side. Till you pass a bridge walk down in the valley. From that point, hike back up to the other side of the Tegalalang Rice Terraces. The walk takes 10-15 minutes.
To explore each corner of this rice terraces, you will spend around 30-90 seconds. Make sure that you take sunscreen and bring water when visiting this place. Anyway, it is ideal to go to Tegalalang from Ubud. The 20-minute driveway isn’t challenging to accomplish by motorbike. Even better if you combine Tegalalang with one of the many waterfalls in the area on your travelling itinerary.
- Explore Sekumpul Waterfalls
Dislocated from the rest of the tourist attractions the Sekumpul waterfall is a gem! A 40-minute hike down to the foot of the waterfall will reveal an enormous powerful waterfall, and when the sun shines come, you will see a rainbow appear at the foot.
Wake up early to the beginning of your packed day Bali waterfall excursion. One will be more challenging to reach than the other, because of this, the toughest hikes are planned in the morning. Wear shoes and your own swimsuit and eventually make a towel and drink water at a reusable bottle.
The Bali waterfalls map reveals some of the most impressive drops on the island. The majority of the waterfalls are situated in central or north Bali.
- Go to Diamond Beach
In this place, you can enjoy white beaches, blue silk water, and palm trees around the foot of a massive limestone cliff. Diamond Beach in Nusa Penida Island may have the name’ most fantastic place in Bali’ and it’s a must-visit!
- Explore Heaven Gili Air
Ok, the Gili islands are not part of Bali; however, it only has to be in your Bali itinerary. White sand, turquoise water, and bikes as transportation. Snorkelling with turtles is highly recommended for what to do on Gili Air. Catch a snorkel, dive in and explore heaven!
- Seeing Monkey Forest in Ubud
The place is a forest without a fence where monkeys roam free. Monkey Forest is a significant old rainforest in Ubud. There, the monkeys are relaxing or getting fed to keep them calm. Don’t worry if the monkeys start to get annoying, because there is monkey police that will help you.
- Seeing Sunrise at Munduk
No matter if you’re a morning person or not, be sure to experience the sunrise in the Munduk region. Munduk is higher up north in Bali, and the climate is rainy and much foggier, making it greener than near the coast. Rise and shine early to increase around 1700-meter and see the sunrise from the Batur Volcano. Suppose you are having a healthy level of fitness. In that case, you may reach the top of the volcano within a relatively easy two-hour walk.
- Explore Kelingking Nusa Penida
Yes, even this one seems a little strange. Nusa Penida possesses some perspectives and natural beauties. Exploring Kelingking on Nusa Penida is a must-do in your Bali holidays. A 40-minute boat ride in the Sanur harbour will take you to go there.
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