Places of Interest in Bali
It’s no secret that Bali has offered some of the best vacation ever in our life! There’s so many places of interest in this heaven that will give you a taste of the real Bali. Are you dying to find out? Let’s take a look!
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Bali is a home for beautiful and historical temples. You haven’t had a taste of the real Bali if you miss these. Every temples in Bali has their own legends and it’s very exciting to learn about that. We had listed five beautiful temples in our previous articles, so click here to find out more!
Don’t forget to dress properly on your visit to these temples.
Tegallalang Rice Terrace
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Tegallalang Rice Terrace is one of the popular attraction for tourists. This gem offers a very magnificent scenery of terraced rice field. Many people come to this place for taking photos, enjoying the view or even having a quick break at the restaurant around it. Tegallalang Rice Terrace is located in the north side of Ubud.
Entrance Fee: IDR 15.000/person | IDR 5.000/car
Where: Jl. Tegallalang, Banjar Ceking, Gianyar
Ubud Monkey Forest and Sangeh Monkey Forest
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Bali is also a sanctuary for monkeys. This rain forest is also one of the ways to protect their habitat so they can live properly. Ubud Monkey Forest and Sangeh Monkey Forest are the right places for tourists who want to know more about these adorable creatures. Take a note, keep your belongings carefully because sometimes they might be naughty. Don’t bring too many things and try to walk peacefully inside the forest. So, beware!
Ubud Monkey Forest
When: Monday – Sunday / 08.30 – 18.00
Where: Jl. Monkey Forest, Ubud, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali
More info: +62361 971 304
Sangeh Monkey Forest (some said, the monkeys were more friendly in here)
When: Monday – Sunday / 07.30 – 18.00
Where: Jl. Brahmana, Sangeh, Abiansemal, Kabupaten Badung, Bali
More info: +62812 3635 655
Bali Coffee Plantation
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Do you want to know more about coffee plantation? If yes, you come to the right place! This is also one of the popular activities that you can do in Bali, especially for coffee enthusiasts. You can learn more about the process and meet the famous barista in the world who makes coffee with its poop (what?), Luwak!
And you can also find this itinerary almost in every Bali tour/travel.
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Bali has hidden so many breathtaking waterfalls and it’s time for you to discover the magic. We can’t promise the easy way to get there but trust us, when you arrive, all the hard works are totally paid off by seeing the waterfall. It’s meant to be for adventure seekers. There are a few waterfalls that we recommend:
–Aling-Aling Water, Sambangan
–Tegenungan Waterfall, Ubud
–NungNung Waterfall, Petang
–SingSing Waterfall, Lovina
–Banyumala Waterfall, Buleleng
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And last but not least, don’t ever miss the beaches when you’re in Bali. There are a few popular beaches like Kuta, Sanur, Berawa, and else. You can also find these several beaches that are still unfamiliar to tourists:
–Padangbai Beach, Karangasem
–Dream Beach, Nusa Lembongan
–Amed Beach, Karangasem
–Padang-Padang Beach, Uluwatu
–Atuh Beach, Nusa Penida