When we thought about our next evocative destination, only one word revealed itself, Bali, the place that is capable of sparking the senses in the wildest ways. Without wasting much time, we packed our bags and with some cash, we boarded our flight to Bali. The primary thing that we skipped was the brainstorming of the places to visit in Bali and to do that we utilized our time in the airport. After throwing tons of questions in Google, we curated this for our trip in Bali, read on to get inspired for a visit in Bali.
Pura Tanah Lot: A renowned temple in Bali came at the top of our list, why, it was simple, the temple has a spectacular seaside view setting. The temple is built on a rocky islet surrounded by crashing waves which follow their own will further making it a splendid view altogether. There is a catch, tourists can only visit the place in low tides or walk around the temple since entry is prohibited.
Mount Batur: Yes, Bali has a mountain peak, it’s not that high but it will make travellers proud. The 1,700-meter summit of Mount Batur offers an amazing view of a perfect sunrise. The lush mosaic of mist-shrouded mountains and the intensity of peace gripped there is incredible. For people who love some x-factor, Mount Batur is an active volcano.
Kuta Beach: Beaches are our thing and since we feel connected to it every time we visit it, our greed to stay around the ocean increases and hence Kuta beach made it to the list. This famous stretch of sand filled with phenomenal cafes, bars, and restaurants can make any tiredness go away. Kuta is also accompanied by Legian and Seminyak Beaches, so don’t miss out this one.
The Nusa Islands: No crowd, clean and serene, the Nusa Islands are a combination of three islands from about 20 kilometers offshore from Sanur. Speaking about main activities, surfing, diving, snorkeling, kayaking, and paddle boarding are there to name a few. Out reason for a visit here was, of course, the peaceful ambiance but most importantly was the Devil’s Tears rock outcrop.
The Sidemen Valley: The Sidemen valley will give you all the feels of old Bali which is now more of cafes, bars, and restaurants. For peace lovers, the valley is a beautiful choice as sleepy villages snuggle in it. The scenery is benevolently beautiful and clutches attention right away. Make this a must visit.
Sekumpul Waterfall: A series of seven falls, the sekumpul waterfalls offers a three to four hours of wonderment trip. The best part, while you trek, a wonderful view of bristling rice terraces and local villages seizes the attention. The hike down can be difficult but it offers an amazing satisfaction.
Pura Ulun Danu Bratan: Located on the western shore of Lake Bratan, the Bratan is an amazing infrastructure. The temple was created in the 17th century dons a beautiful and an unusual feature i.e. the Buddhist stupa.
Well, these are our hit numbers of Bali. What’s your take on these, do let us know or in case of adding a favorite as well, write to us back. Stay put!