What to Do in Bali

Updated: Jun 4, 2020

Whatever you want to do, you will probably find it in Bali and you can easily spend a month here and still only see a fraction of the sights on offer. The hardest part of a holiday here is choosing where to go first and what you want to see

1. Nusa Penida

Nusa Penida is just thirty minutes away from Bali. The natural paradise is definitely worth a day trip from Bali. You won’t find the snazzy beach clubs, organic cafes or trendy restaurants here, but Nusa Penida is still worthy of a visit.

It houses some of the most photogenic sights in Bali. Topping it off, Nusa Penida owns some mind- blowing views and natural beauties. The ocean is turquoise and crystal clear. The strong also strong as it crashed the rocky cliff. Everything in here will spoil your eyes. Visiting Nusa Penida is one of the top things to do in Bali.

2. Ulun Danu Temple

This landmark in Bali lies at the edge of Baratan Lake was dedicated to the goddess of the lake and is one of the quietest and most serene places on the island. The surrounding temple area is believed to have been a worship site and centre for religious rituals since the megalithic period.

This temple is one of famous sites in Bali surrounded by cold weather and owns the magnificent view which makes impression for every visitor. The magnificent views of the lake in the backdrop of the mountains have made this temple a popular attraction for tourists and photographers.

3. Monkey Forest, Ubud

In the heart of Ubud is a forest without a fence where monkies roam free. The entire area is a nature reserve and you can walk around and take in the scenery as well as take photographs of the monkeys.

You can buy bananas to feed the primates from the main entrance but beware to your belongings due to the monkeys have been known to grab anything from the visitors. The big old rainforest is a beautiful walk and at some locations, the monkies are relaxing or getting fed to keep them calm. Don’t worry, there is monkey police is they start to get annoying.

4. Uluwatu Temple

This temple is build at the edge of a 70 meters high cliff projecting into the sea. Because of its unique location, visitors to the temple have to take a long stone stairway to reach it. If you want truly spectacular views and architecture then make sure not to miss this off.

Visitors must wear a sarong and a sash, as well as appropriate clothes common for temple visits. The sunset from this location is one of the things you must see in Bali. One

thing you should remember, beware of the monkey at here too!

5. Kuta Beach

Kuta beach is also known as Sunset Beach, as opposed to the Sunrise Beach, another name for Sanur Beach. Bustling sandy stretch lined with restaurants & resorts, a well-known spot for surfing & sunsets.

Kuta is one of Bali’s most famous and popular areas. So if you’re looking for peace and quiet, it might not be your cup of tea. However, if you want to people watch and indulge in some partying in the evenings, Kuta will be right up your alley. Surfing, sunbathing, drinking, shopping – it’s all here on the stunning white sands of Kuta.

6. Sanur Beach