What to See

Lovina Beach

With Kuta busy with tourists both local and foreign tourists, Lovina Beach, located on the north side of the island, is very calm and relaxed. The resorts scattered along the 12 kilometer coastline tend to serve families and couples, and everything from the waves on the coast to nightlife tends to be quieter

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Ubud Palace

The home of the Ubud royal family since the end of the 19th century, Ubud Palace, also known as Puri Saren or Puri Saren Agung, is located in the heart of the center of Ubud near the traditional art market. Visitors can explore the pavilion and gardens in the castle area. There is also a traditional Balinese

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Tirtha Gangga Water Palace

Raja Karangasem built his fantasy water palace in Tirta Gangga in 1948, and it is one of the most beautiful sights in eastern Bali. In that location and its surroundings there are fertile rice fields, ornamental gardens with swimming pools, fountains, stone carvings, fish ponds and spacious pavilions. This is one

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Sanur Beach

Sanur Beach offers tourists the opportunity to turn back time. Of course this might not take visitors to ancient history such as temples and archeological ruins nearby, but this white sand beach still offers a bit of an old feel. That’s because Sanur Beach is one of the first beach resorts in Bali, and while some

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Mas Village

Mas Village, one of the many artist villages not far from Ubud, is the best place on the island to find high-quality Balinese wood carvings – considered one of the best wood carvings in the world. Part of the prestigious reputation of this village comes from the birthplace of Ida Bagus Tilem, one of the most famous 

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Penglipuran Village

Located 700 meters above sea level between bamboo forests and coffee plantations, tourists can find one of the most traditional villages in Bali. Penglipuran Village is one of the villages of Bali Aga, whose traditions are different from the habits of the majority of Balinese, besides Hinduism still

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Serangan Beach

Widely known as one of the best in Bali, Serangan beach is among the main destinations for Bali tourism for beach lovers. The beach on Serangan Island has epic waves, white sand and easy access from the mainland, is part of what makes this beach easy to visit. Experienced tourists can conquer the waves

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Puri Agung Karangasem

Like the more famous and more crowded Tirta Gangga Water Palace, this royal palace in eastern Bali is a memorable reminder of the power that the kings of Karangasem once possessed when they controlled most of the island of Lombok. Interesting parts to see from Puri Agung Karangasem include multi-

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Bali Bird Park

Indonesia is home to more than 1,600 exotic bird species and many of these bird species find their homes in Bali Bird Park or Bali Bird Park. The largest wildlife attraction near Ubud features eight separate exhibition sections featuring more than 250 species of birds from Papua, Sumatra, Bali, Java,

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Mount Agung

When there are signs of volcanic activity the evacuation zone has been around since 2017. Gunung Agung offers one of the most challenging and interesting climbing sites in Bali. Towering 3,031 meters above sea level, this volcano can usually be climbed on a long and tiring day.

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Mount Batukaru

The majority of visitors climb the mountain peak of Bali to the more famous Mount Batur or Mount Agung, thereby losing one of the most interesting rainforest trails on the island, Mount Batukaru. This volcano is no longer active and is the second highest mountain in Bali, shrouded in rainforests and

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Kerta Gosha Hall of Justice

Klungkung is a small city in Bali that has great historical, cultural and artistic value. Klungkung with its capital, Semarapura, was the seat of government for the most powerful king dynasty in Bali, Dewa Agung. In the past, the island of Bali experienced a period known for its rich culture and arts and Klungkung

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