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Have An Exotic Holiday At Bali


Bali is a popular tourist destination renowned for its highly developed arts, sculpture, painting and handicrafts. Check out these unique places to visit in Bali for a lifetime and unforgettable experience.

Things to do in Bali

Tanah Lot Temple

Tanah Lot TempleTanah Lot, the island’s most iconic temple is perched on top of a huge rock with sea waves washing its base. Paying homage to the guardian spirits of the sea, it serves as foreground to the most picturesque sunsets.

Tegallalang Rice fields

Tegallalang Rice fieldsTegallalang Rice Terraces has beautiful scenes of rice paddies forming most splendid terraced landscapes in Ubud. Its high roadside location is cool and breezy and it is a well-known spot for tourists to stop and take photos.

Ubud Monkey Forest

Ubud Monkey ForestHome to grey long-tailed macaques, it is a must visit for watching playful monkeys in their natural habitat while having cool walks through a leafy nutmeg forest interspersed with beautiful ancient temples.

Ubud Art Market

Ubud Art MarketThe Ubud Art Market is popular for Balinese handicrafts and souvenirs produced at nearby villages making it a wonderful shopping experience.

Bali volcano

Bali volcanoYou can have a great view of the Batur Caldera Lake amidst Mount Batur rangewith its combination of dark lava slopes and black molten rocks, lush green vegetation and the blue-green coloured lake.

Bali safari and Marine Park

Bali safari and Marine ParkBali Safari & Marine Park is one of the island’s largest and most visited animal theme park featuring White tigers, elephants, the komodo dragons and free live animal shows.

Desa Taro Elephant safari

Desa Taro Elephant safariWhile ridingBali’s majestic elephants, you can hand-feed the elephants, watch their playful bathing rituals, have photos taken with them and visit museum which has the only mammoth skeleton in Southeast Asia.

Elephant cave in Bali

Elephant cave in BaliGoa Gajah ‘Elephant Cave’ is an archaeological sitewith its relic-filled courtyard, rock-wall carvings, various structures having Hindu and Buddhist imprints dating back to the 10th and 8th century respectively.

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