Bali- A Full Blown Adventure

The every month uprising tourism has made Bali most loved places amongst the entire archipelago. The surreal sunsets, misty waterfalls, jungly volcanic peaks, innumerable temples, and lush green landscapes make Bali a gravitating getaway. The most enticing thing about Bali is the level of luxury and peace that every traveller can afford on a budget.We have narrowed-down 7 top places to visit in Bali to help you get started the best of Bali in no time.

Located on the west coast of South Bali, Seminyak is home to the most luxurious resorts, upscale cafes and fashion stores. The exquisite dining spots with world-class cuisines are what makes Seminyak worth visiting. If you are a party lover, then this is the place where you should be. The tranquil environment and intricate culture will definitely entice you away.

Sanur, Ubud:
Facing the east coastline, Ubud is the ‘cultural heart’ of Bali. The lush green mountains, long -stretched walks across the limpid waves, Sanur has got everything to escape the crowd. Visit Sanur to shop the best of handicrafts, souvenirs, antiques, and jewelry. Also, if you are an adventure junkie then there is an activity for every adventurous soul. You name it, Bali has it.

Ubud Monkey Forest:
The monkey forest in Ubud is home to thousands of long-tailed macaques. One must need to be cautious while visiting this natural forest sanctuary. Enjoy the visit watching monkeys playing, lazing around, swinging the canopies and sometimes stealing the belongings too. Take a walk and discover the topical sanctuary through the nutmeg forest.

Tanah Lot Temple:
Believed to be built in the 16th century, Tanah Lot Temple is Bali’s not-to-be-missed landmark. Build amidst crashing waves, this temple has the most dramatic sunset sky colors.The regular dance performances by the locals at the cultural park attracts many tourists across the globe.


Tegalalang Rice Terraces:
Tegalalang village offers the most stunning panoramic views of Ubud’s rice terraces. Take a walk or cycle down through the lush landscapes bristling with rice terraces and undiscovered villages. Or maybe just grab a coffee cup and admire the unique irrigation system used for rice terraces to enjoy a more relaxing day.

Mount Batur:
Ever thought of hiking up to an active volcano in the middle of a dead night just to catch the sunsets. If not, then book the 2 hours hike through rock and rubble to witness the majestic active volcano located in the north west of Mount Agung between two calderas.

Danu Bratan:
Bali has many temples situated at every hook and corner. Danu Bratan was founded in the 17th Century and is the most important temple for the Hindu and Buddhist community. Situated in the middle of the lake Bratan, Central Bali. This temple has a scenic backdrop silhouetted against the suspended clouds.