Bali attractions things to do & see on holiday
Seminyak: Seminyak Beach is Bali's most uptown destination, home to plenty of fine restaurants, trendy bars and fashionable boutiques as well as luxury spa facilities.
It offers a more sophisticated laid-back ambience than Kuta.
Kuta: Offering arguably the best beach front in Bali, and the hub of the islands party-scene Kuta is a popular destination particularly for young Australians. Once the sun goes down Kuta comes alive with it's vibrant and pulsating night-scene, pubs, clubs and bars packed with revellers and party-goers.
Ubud: A world away from the loud pub and club scene in Kuta, Ubud is generally regarded as the cultural hub of Bali. There's a plentiful supply of galleries and art workshops along with some fascinating local architecture.
Legian: Possibly Bali's second most popular area after Kuta, Legian is renowned for it's beach and surfing culture and its busy and exciting night-scene.
Nusa Dua: The glorious, golden-sands and idyllic setting of Nusa Dua make it the ideal location for romantics. Home to a plethora of attractions such as temples, museums and a world-class golf course it's popularity is soaring amongst travellers.
Sanur: One of Bali's oldest resorts, this charming beachfront town offers visitors a quiet and relaxed stay. Especially popular with visitors from Europe, it has a good mix of shops, bars and restaurants.
Jimbaran: Jimbaran's beautiful bay with it's stunning white sand beach is the ideal place to watch Bali's amazing sunsets. This up-market area with it's abundance of luxury villas and chic shopping outlets is often referred to as 'Bali's Beverly Hills'.Besakih Temple: Set amongst breathtaking scenery including looming mountains and picturesque rice-paddies, this beautiful complex comprising of many temples is known as Bali's 'Mother Temple'.
Tirta Empul: The sacred spring that supplies Tirta Empul provides holy water for priests of this wonderful temple. Balinese flock here to bathe in it's soothing waters, which reputedly bring good fortune and health.
Tegallalang Rice Terraces: A stunningly beautiful example of Bali's classic rice terraces. A must-see!
Bali Botanical Gardens: Displaying a vast collection of colourful tropical plants and wildlife in their natural habitat, the gardens also provides visitors with a place to relax amongst beautiful and natural surroundings.
Relaxing Day Spa: Bali offers award-winning spa and salon services set in luxurious and picturesque surroundings. Services here include Thai and Shaistsu massages and reflexology. The Balinese lulur body scrub which includes using herbs and spices is extremely popular.
Elephant Cave: One of the most historical sites in Bali, Goa Janah or Elephant Cave is a popular place to meditate and worship the revered Lord Ganesha.
Other options include: Yoga ( Bali is home to some of the best yoga retreats in the world ), Weddings (Bali has become a very popular wedding destination in recent years), Scuba Diving,
Surfing, White-Water Rafting, Canyoning, Golf, Jungle-Trekking, Horse Riding, Fishing.
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