What to See

Hindu Temples | Traditional & Art Villages | Mountains & Ricefields | Beaches | Markets | Palaces | Museums | Animal Parks & Sanctuaries | Waterfalls | Hot Springs & Natural Pools

Celuk Village

One of several craft villages in Gianyar regency is Celuk Village which is known as the “silver village” because of its silver jewelry production. Craftsmen here make silver and gold jewelry and crafts at their homes and workshops for centuries. A visit to Celuk Village gave tourists the opportunity to see the

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USS Liberty Shipwreck

The USS Liberty is recognized as one of the most easily accessible wrecks in the world, which is located only 25 meters from the coast and 5 to 30 meters below sea level. This is an ideal destination for beginner divers but also for veteran divers. who have sufficient experience in underwater adventures.

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Mount Batur

Bali is famous for its beautiful beaches, besides that on this island you will find one of the most active volcanoes in Indonesia, Mount Batur, which has an altitude of 1,717 meters above sea level on the Kintamani plateau. To better enjoy the beauty of Mount Batur visitors can climb to its peak in the morning.

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Ubud Monkey Forest Sanctuary

The monkey forest sanctuary in Ubud which is considered sacred by the local community because of being in the area of ​​a Hindu temple is inhabited by around 700 long-tailed monkeys that live in and around the forest. The monkeys are believed to protect the area and three Hindu places of worship there

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Tegalalang Rice Terraces

Terraced rice fields in Tegalalang is an amazing sight and is one of the most popular natural attractions in Bali. This tourist attraction is one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites consisting of emerald green fields cultivated by local rice farmers. Tegalalang terraced rice fields, an agricultural icon

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Tirtha Empul Holy Spring Temple

The most popular holy spring in Bali, Pura Tirta Empul has been around for more than 1,000 years. Tourists from all over the world flock to this temple with its holy water pool to bathe in addition to many local visitors from all over Bali who come for purification ritual. This temple is located northeast of Ubud .

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Tanah Lot Temple

Tanah Lot Temple is one of the most popular religious attractions in Indonesia. This temple, which is located on the northwest coast of Bali, is erected on a black rock that juts into the beach with rippling water. Incredible ocean views, clear coastal air, and a spiritual aura that attracts visitors to this unique holy place

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Uluwatu Temple

This ancient temple is located not far from Kuta on the southwestern tip of Bali, perched on a towering beach cliff. At the Uluwatu Temple, one of the temples of the nine direction in Bali, the Ganesha statue welcomes visitors who come to enjoy spectacular views. observe the behavior of

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Tegenungan Waterfall

Not so far from Ubud there is a big waterfall called Tegenungan Waterfall whose water looks white which falls from the top of a black rock cliff into a calm pond. It’s about 20 meters high. The view of this waterfall is truly impressive. In addition, visitors can also find smaller hidden waterfalls, simple food stalls

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Jimbaran Fish Market

Widely known as the Jimbaran Fish Market, a market that locals call the Kedonganan Traditional Fish Market is an interesting place in Bali that needs to be visited. Every morning traditional brightly colored fishing boats and larger commercial fishing boats dismantle their impressive fish catches.

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Kintamani 

The cold mountain area of ​​Kintamani is located 2 hours drive from Denpasar on the northeastern highlands of Bali. This village is located on the edge of the caldera of Mount Batur which has an altitude of 1,717 above sea level. Some villages namely Penelokan, Batur, and Kintamani have impressive views

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Lake Batur

Located on the foot of Mount Batur volcano and Gunung Abang, Lake Batur is a crater lake that is considered sacred by Balinese people. In addition to sunrise trekking, Mount Batur offers hot springs, canoe rides, and tours to Trunyan Village, where Bali Aga people have a tradition of letting the bodies of

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Bali is one of the most popular destinations and one of more than 17,000 islands in Indonesia. It has an area of ​​​​123.98 square kilometers, 153 km long and 112 km wide. On the island, there are many beautiful tourist attractions for visitors who want to visit, they just simply decide what to see, what they want to do. One of the reasons for visiting Bali is the island’s diverse attractions. They can see mountains or volcanoes, rivers, lakes, architecture and daily life of the Balinese. For the mountains, four tallest mountains are Mount Agung which (its peak is 3,142 m above sea level), Mount Batur (1,717 meters ), Mount Abang (2,276 meters), Mount Batukaru (2,276 meters). The island has four lakes namely: Lake Batur (1,607.5 hectares), Lake Bratan (375,6 hectares), Lake Buyan (336 hectares), and Lake Tamblingan (110 hectares). Bali is famous for its beautiful beaches. There are many beaches that visitors can visit while in Bali.

The culture and language of the Balinese are so closely related to those of the Indonesian archipelago, Malaysia, the Philippines, and Oceania. Archaeological finds such as stone tools dating back to the neolithic era have been found near the village of Cekik in the west of the island of Bali.

Most of the Balinese population are Hindu. In almost every corner of the area there are temples of worship, both large temples for public or communities and small ones in every house for the family. Religious beliefs and rituals influence almost every element of people’s daily life. The Balinese adhere to the Tri Hita Karana philosophy of life which means three elements of creating balance and harmony in the relationship between man and God, man and man, and man and the environment. In ancient Bali until the beginning of 11th century before the unification of religios sects, there were several religious sects namely Pasupata, Bhairawa, Shiva Shidanta, Vaishnava, Bodha, Brahma, Rishi, Sora and Ganapatya. Each sect honors a certain deity as its personal Godhead however they were all had Hinduism as their foundation.

Bali Island as a province was inaugurated on August 14, 1958. Before this date Bali was part of a province called Lesser Sunda Province which covers the Island of Bali, West Nusa Tenggara and East Nusa Tenggara. Denpasar is the capital city, center of government and economy until now. The province of Bali consists of the island of Bali and the surrounding small islands, including Nusa Penida, Nusa Lembongan, Nusa Ceningan, and Serangan Turtle Island. Overall Bali has around 85 islands including uninhabited ones. The island’s economy is largely supported by the tourism sector.

The border of the province are Bali Sea on the North side, Indian Ocean (South), Bali Strait (West), and Lombok Strait (East).