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7 best places to explore in Bali

7 best places to explore in Bali

  • by Admin
  • by 14-Nov-2019

Bali is one of the most exotic and famous islands. Relaxation is your top priority and Global Tour and Services gives you relaxing stress-free and comfortable Bali tour packages. Shopping and spa treatment is famous in Bali. You can see magnificent temples and sacred Hindu ceremonies are top things in the Bali tour. Eat, Pray, Love spotlighted Bali, the tourist throngs all these you experience in Bali. Bali is home to so many gorgeous places. Attractive beaches are the main tourist attention in Bali.

 Pura Tanah Lot

Pura Tanah Lot is one of Bali's most iconic temples It having a spectacular seaside setting on a rocky island surrounded by crashing waves. Later exploring the different temples and churches, you can rest at one of the clifftop restaurants and cafes here the famous Kopi luwak while friendly animals snooze on the cafe's tables. Pura Tanah Lot is one of seven sea temples dotted around Bali's southwestern coast (Uluwatu Temple at the southern tip of the island is another). A sunset visit to this spectacular cliffside temple is one of Bali's most popular day tours – you'll have no problem getting there, but be prepared for crowds.

 Mount Batur

It is the best place for tourists who love trekking. The spiritual active volcano situated in Kintamani District in Bali's central highlands, about an hour's drive from Ubud, and the hike to the summit to watch the sunrise has long graced the list of top things to do in Bali and beautiful Lake Batur, the island's main source of flooding water.
Powerful hiking shoes are essential, and it's advisable to wear layers, as the temperature can be cool before sunrise. Bali's most important temples, Pura Ulun Danu Batur, on the lake's northwest shore, and a therapeutic soak in hot springs at the beautiful village of Toya Bungkah on the banks of Lake Batur.

Tegallalang and Jatiluwih Rice Terraces 

Bali's beautiful place for photographers is The Tegallalang Rice Terraces, full of nature forest -hued rice fields. You must have to visit The Tegallalang Rice Fields. This is a famous area for a photographer to capture the beauty of nature. Then after ride 90 minutes from Ubud, the Jatiluwih rice terraces spread larger than 600 hectares of rice, this is less crowded than Tegallalang. You find lots of tourists over here, it's easier to walk around and explore without being hassled. The Tegallalang Rice Terraces are located about 20 minutes north of Ubud in Bali and are a popular stop with those visiting Kintamani which falls on the same road. The twisted road and turns into Tegallalang at 600 m raised sea level, allowing for a cool breeze and pleasant weather to add to the pleasant panorama. The rich culture is integrated by the quality of the valley. One can always see the local farmer tending to his crops in the unique oblique steps of system irrigation perfectly set into the sides of the hills in the valley.

Waterbom Bali

In Bali there is a very famous action-packed waterpark which is Waterbom Bali, in the heart of Kuta, Children can enjoy the swimming pools; drift down the Lazy River; or zoom down one of the many twisting water slides and rides, with names like the Python, Green Viper, and Super Bowl. Parents can enjoy a relaxation session, manicure or pedicure, or fish spa therapy. There are lots of restaurants and cafes cater they offer different diets, and the grounds are landscaped with large, shady trees and beautiful tropical gardens, making this a refreshing respite from the heat on a hot tropical day.

 Kuta Beach

Kuta Beach is very famous in Bali. You can enjoy surfboards, boogie boards, sun loungers, and umbrellas directly from business people set up on the sand, Lots of cafes and restaurants are there. Beach businesspeople are easily prevented with a polite "no thank you," but an icy cold coconut sloshing with juice served directly to your sunlounger can be a blessing on a sultry day. It is crowded and determined merchants stalk the beach, but this famous reach of sand, along with near Legian and Seminyak Beaches just to the north, is still a fun day out, especially if you're a beginner surfer or you just want to soak up the scene. 

Seminyak Shopping

Bali means its bright designers and fabulous shopping. Here we find the best Balinese design on the busy streets of Semi and you'll find the best examples of Balinese design along the busy streets of Seminyak. 
The two main shopping malls are Seminyak Square and Seminyak Village, but you'll probably find better deals in the smaller shops lining the streets. If you're really seeking a bargain, head to the Seminyak Flea Markets, near Seminyak Square, where you'll find stalls crammed with clothing, jewelry, carvings, and handicrafts. Seminyak is also home to some of Bali's best restaurants and art galleries.

Nusa Penida Tourism

Nusa Penida is larger than its two sister islands, Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Ceningan, with growing tourist infrastructure. The nature of cliff development, as well as the number of Hindu temples on this island, makes it more picturesque than its sisters.  Known for preserving the endangered bird Bali Starling, this island’s famous displays are the Crystal Bay sand beach and sunset panorama. Boats typically move from beach Bali to the three Nusa Islands, Nusa Penida being the last stop.

The secret wealth of Indonesia, Nusa Penida is the most fascinating of the three Nusa Islands and is relatively less traveled. Located in the Klungkung district, it is a little off the shores of Bali. During this season, the island is relatively dry and is fairly suited for activities like snorkeling, scuba diving, and surfing. Notwithstanding these conditions, Nusa Penida is majorly left unexplored and is expecting tourists to explore this exotic destination.