What to See

West Bali National Park

Occupying a stretch of the western tip of the island of Bali, West Bali National Park is the last real wilderness in Bali. Important things included there include coral reefs around Menjangan Island, mangrove forests and tropical savanna forests, wildlife such as monkeys, deer, monkeys, and white Bali

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Agung Rai Art Museum (ARMA)

Comprising parts of museums, galleries and cultural spaces, the Agung Rai Art Museum (ARMA) is the most alive and most diverse of the three large art galleries in Ubud. Situated in a lively garden, well-appointed rooms hold various art collections including the modern Balinese art collection owned by

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Petulu White Storks

One night in 1965 thousands of herons and herons descended on Petulu village outside Ubud for no apparent reason, and they returned every day since then. Tens of thousands of birds, mostly herons and Javanese pond storks, participated in the evening and evening spectacle. Besides being attractive to

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Menjangan Island

Located just off the coast of Bali in West Bali National Park, Menjangan Island or Deer Island is a gem of white sand. The island itself does not have facilities outside the simple bathroom and several open bale resting places. The offshore area whose walls are covered with coral reefs on the coast of a

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Singaraja

Singaraja is an old trading city and former colonial administrative capital of the entire Lesser Sunda Islands. Economic growth in this region was mainly due to this old port and especially Chinese traders had a big influence on Singaraja. The city has been trading with Chinese goods ships since the 10th

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Gedong Archa Museum

Bali Museum Arca Building, also known as the Archaeological Museum or Pejeng Archaeological Museum, is located in Pejeng village not far from Ubud. Established in the mid-20th century and renovated in 2016, the museum offers an eclectic collection that includes archaeological findings from

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Neka Art Museum

In the center of Balinese culture, Ubud, the Neka Art Museum is one of three major art galleries in the city. Founded by Suteja Neka, the field pavilion is home to Balinese and Indonesian art treasures, as well as a collection of traditional wavy weapon daggers known as “kris.” Bali Painting Hall is a good

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Amed Beach

Amed Beach is a 14 kilometer stretch of beach in East Bali that combines several fishing villages in the region. This beach has been on the radar of divers for some time because of the vast coral reefs that follow the nearby coastline. Just a few meters from the beach, hundreds of colorful fish are

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Sanur Night Market

Sanur Night Market or Sindhu Night Market is a place visitors should not miss when they stay at Sanur Bali. At this place you will see a wide range of culinary options. You will be able to experience the real Bali. Locals and foreign tourists mingle to find dinner here.

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Sangeh Monkey Forest

Sangeh Monkey Forest is a 10 hectares forest of homogeneous pala trees (Dipterocarpus Trinervis), inhabited by around 600 grey long-tailed monkeys (Macaca Fascicularis). The community around the forest will not dare to interfere with the apes existence because they are considered holy and bring

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Maduwe Karang Temple

Pura Meduwe Karang is located in the village of Kubutambahan about 12 Km from the city of Singaraja to the east. This temple can be reached by motor vehicle which takes about 15 minutes from the city of Singaraja in north Bali. The construction of Pura Meduwe Karang is related to the journey of Hindu

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Museum Le Mayeur

Le Mayeur Museum is one of the most interesting attractions to visit in Sanur, Bali. As an art tour, visitors can see beautiful paintings of artist Adrien-Jean Le Mayeur de Merpres (1880–1958) who arrived in Bali in 1932, and married the beautiful Legong dancer Ni Polok three years later when she was just 15.

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