Bali, known as the Island of the Gods. Bali is a relaxing beach destination with Balinese massages, exotic cocktails, and the endless sea to explore. From beautiful beaches to exciting water sports, tourism in Bali has many things to offer To its tourists. The small country located in the Indian Ocean with attractive beaches, hills and exciting active volcanoes, and hilly coastlines. Bali is reputed as one of the most diverse destinations attracting over a million visitors a year.
Things to do in Bali
Bali offers some of the best Spa experiences in the world. With a wide range of massages to choose from. We suggest going ahead with the traditional Balinese Four Hands massage. Spas can found in all major tourist places like Ubud, Kuta, Seminyak, and Canggu.
Art and Culture:
Ubud Village in Bali is home to its Art and Culture, both traditional as well as modern. You should also visit the Uluwatu Temple here and see the captivating Kecak Dance which narrates the story of the Ramayana in a dance drama format.
Go ahead to Nusa Dua in South Bali for water sports which include Scuba Diving at a shipwreck and snorkeling among the corals and fishes of the Indian Ocean.
Seminyak is the hub of classy restaurants in North Bali. Do Visit Seminyak for some amazing cocktails at the beach and get mesmerized by the sky during sunsets. Other places you should check out are La Gastronomia for Italian and Casa Taco for Mexican.
Seminyak Square is a little market where you can shop and take with you as a memory. The market offers clothes, bags, footwear, articles made of coconut shells and Mother of Pearl, and leather items. For branded shopping, we suggest trying some of the malls in Seminyak and Denpasar.
Places To Visit In Bali
The island of Bali in Indonesia is one of the most diverse travel destinations offering beaches, forests, hills, and even volcanoes. This island paradise for everyone. With deep cultural roots and colorful history, Bali has countless mesmerizing sites to visit. These are a list of places to visit:
Tanah Lot Temple
Tanah Lot is an iconic point in Indonesia. The temple is built on a rock formation off Bali island. This temple is dedicated to the Balinese Sea God Dewa Baruna. The myth surrounding this temple is an exotic one, that of venomous sea snakes guarding the temple entrance.
The temple is dedicated to Achintya, the all in one supreme God of the Balinese faith of Hinduism, in his Rudra avatar. The temple is infested with monkeys who might try to steal your belongings, so better watch out.
One Of the two active volcanoes in Bali, Mount Batur erupted as recently as the year 2000. However, of late, become popular with travelers planning a sunrise trek to the volcano tops. Enjoy the amazing view from the top of a pretty active volcano. This trek is not to be missed if your fitness levels are up to the mark.
Bali Safari and Marine Park
The Bali Safari and Marine Park is an open zoo with a wide range of fauna. From Chloe, the female orangutan, to the regal white tigers, to a large pride of lions or a herd of deer. And also do a refreshing break at the Tsavo Lion Restaurant. Also, see the Bali Agung Dance Drama show which is one of the highlights here. If you’re looking for something more adventurous, opt for the night safari and watch the forest activities closer from within the safety of a cage caravan.
Neka Art Museum
Explore culture, traditions, and the Balinese way of life depicted in their art, stop at the Neka Art Museum in Ubud.
The museum is constructed in a traditional Balinese style with various compounds. A walk through the gallery will take you from classical paintings to contemporary Indonesian art.
Best Time to Visit
May, June, and September are the best months to visit Bali with the best of the weather conditions and some good deals on offer.