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Traveling is a voyage into a soul. Truly a fulfilling experience, travel makes one humble realizing what a tiny modicum of space we occupy in this world. The list of places to travel is endless but one among the most beautiful and scenic sights of diverse views in Bali. An island in Indonesia, Bali is famous for its rice paddy fields, pristine beaches, coral reefs and volcanic mountains with fauna. It is also an intriguing religious site with several temples and monasteries located there. The beachside of the city, Kuta is famous for its bar and restaurant scene. Sanur, Seminyak and Nusa Dua are resort towns where tourists come to relax and unwind in style. The island is also a famous yoga and meditation retreat center for those who seek solitude and peace. Ubud is the place where you can meet the culture of the island. The mere mention of the island evokes thoughts of tranquillity and calm. Below you will find some useful information that will serve as a guide to plan your visit to Bali.
Tip: Bali is a year-round destination but the months of May, June, and October are when you can save money and make the most of your trip.
Tip: Bus services are not very common in Bali and tourist shuttle buses operated by private companies cost a fortune.
Tip: Bali is famous for street-side shopping so travel light so that you have enough space in your suitcase to bring back memoirs and spoils from your shopping.
Cultural treasures, iconic landmarks, and panoramic views are the key things you can spot in the Indonesian archipelago. Temples, historical sites, a vast expanse of natural beauty spread across the regencies of Bali to entice you.
Tanah Lot temple is a homage to the spirits of the sea and is perched atop a rock with the waves of the sea crashing into its base. The temple is scenic during the day against the backdrop of the blue waters and sky but it is a magnificent sight at sunset with its silhouette making the best Instagram background.
Another important temple is the Uluwatu on the Bukit peninsula and is located on the edge of a cliff. During the day you could spot some tailed macaques that stroll around from the surrounding forests or you could enjoy the sunset in the amphitheater with the stunning ocean as a backdrop. Incidentally, the waves below the temple are an excellent surfing spot.
The Tegallalang rice terraces are up north of Ubud and offer some wonderful views. Along the road that leads to the terraces are some lovely art shops selling curios and restaurants that serve local cuisine. You can dine and enjoy the lush greenery of the rice terraces that spread across the valley. You can also meet some of the farmers and have tete-a-tete for some information.
Located within walking distance from Ubud town center is the Ubud Monkey Forest. A natural forest sanctuary you can spot long-tailed macaques swinging through the boulevard of trees, lazing and feeding on bananas. You can just walk through ancient temples with statues covered in moss that will leave you mystified.
Mount Batur in Kintamani is the second tallest peak and a popular spot among hikers. Penelokan which means “scenic stopover” is ideal for unhindered views of dark lava slopes and molten rocks. Mount Batur volcano is still active and each time it erupts it reshapes the surrounding landscapes.
Tip: Surfing in Bali is what boosted tourism. So if you are an adventure enthusiast, then Bali is where you can pick up the sport. Rookies can try the lagoons where you find surf schools to train. The southern shores are where experienced surfers can get their piece of the action.
Tip: Kuta-Leguan-Seminayak is where Bali’s nightlife scene is focussed and caters to all types of crowds, styles, and budgets. So if you are a party animal, you must target these spots.