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Best Bali Tour Packages from Sri Lanka

Bali is one of the most popular travel destinations in the world, and with good reason, as this island which is known as the ‘Island of the Gods’ is one of the most beautiful places on earth. Surrounded by azure seas and edged with golden beaches, Bali is, of course, a surfer’s paradise, and if you are looking for a beach holiday then there is no better place to find it than this gorgeous island set in the middle of Indonesia.

Bali has a huge number of other attractions to enjoy such as temples, caves, waterfalls, museums, and markets, and if you like history and culture then you can spend hours learning the local legends and Balinese traditions in places like Ubud.

Best Things to Do in Bali (Indonesia)

Tanah Lot Temple - Bali's iconic sea temple

Tanah Lot Temple (Indonesian: Pura Tanah Lot) is probably the most popular and photographed temple on the island which located in coastal side of Beraban countryside, Kediri sub district and Tabanan Regency. Tanah Lot Temple stands for earth (Tanah) and sea (Lot), quite appropriate considering its spectacular setting on top of an impressive rock overlooking the sea.

It’s one of seven ocean temples on the coast of Bali that creates a sort of spiritual bulwark against bad vibes rolling on the ocean currents. This is an extremely popular tourist destination and the whole area is often very busy indeed, especially in the late afternoons, pre-sunset.

Holy Spring Water Temple ( The Pura Tirta Empul )

For over a thousand years, Balinese Hindu worshipers have been drawn to Pura Tirta Empul (Holy Water Temple), whose sacred springs are said to have been created by The God Indra and possess curative properties. This tradition still continues almost unchanged, and today, aside from worshipers, tourists from all over the world also come to this place to marvel at its beauty and bathe in its refreshing blessed water.

The Tirta Empul Holy Water Temple is located in the village of Manukaya, near the town of Tampaksiring, not far from Ubud, in the Gianyar Regency, the cultural heart of Bali. The temple is situated just below the Presidential Palace of Tampaksiring. Built-in 1957 by Indonesia’s first president, Soekarno, the beautifully built palace itself is an important landmark of the island and the country. Together with the Presidential Palace, the Tirta Empul Holy Water Temple provide some of the most fascinating views you will ever see.

Ubud Royal Palace Bali

Puri Saren Agung is the palace of the Ubud royal family, making it one of the most prominent landmarks in Ubud. It serves as a cultural repository of arts, dance and literature. The palace’s stage and meeting halls host international events, including the opening ceremonies of the annual Ubud Writers & Readers Festival.

Featuring well-preserved Balinese architecture and a charming garden setting, the palace was built during the lordship of Tjokorda Putu Kandel (1800–1823). The front section of the palace is open to the public, where there are walkthroughs for viewing and photos during the day.

The Ubud Royal Palace is best known among lovers of Balinese arts as one of the main sites to view traditional dance performances. The performance stage has a backdrop of ornate angkul-angkul (traditional gate and guardian statues). Every evening, it hosts performances with gamelan percussive orchestras. Tickets to these performances are usually available in the afternoon.

Tegenungan Waterfall Bali

Tegenungan waterfall is a famous place to visit in Bali, yet it still quite hidden away from the hustle and bustle as it’s located just about 10 kilometres outside Ubud, next to Tegenungan village.

Tegenungan Waterfall is one of the most popular waterfalls in Bali so the pathway is well maintained and very safe to explore. It’s just a short walk down the concrete steps and the safety rail leads you all the way to the pit of the falls.

On the way down you’ll pass a few typical Bali photo spots, as well as Baby Tegenungan Waterfall, which doesn’t have much on its big brother. Tegenungan Waterfall can be pretty dangerous following storms or even just on a windy day.

There are two platforms to view Tegenungan Waterfall from, both connected by a bamboo bridge. Tegenungan is a great day out for families or friends with funny signs to hold up and create photos with and even a swing that’s been created for the perfect Bali Instagram photo.

Nusa Dua Beach Holiday

Nusa Dua means ‘Two Islands’ in Indonesian which is something of a misnomer as if you come here you will find two non-descript headlands, each topped with a temple. Nusa Dua is widely known as the ‘upscale’ district of Bali and many of the high-end resorts are located here. There is actually a dedicated tourist area in Nusa Dua which is gated and studded with guard posts and once inside you will find beautifully manicured lawns and not a leaf out of place. In short, it is a world away from much of the rest of Bali.

Most visitors come to Nusa Dua if they are looking for a relaxing beach holiday and you can spend your days swimming, enjoying the vistas across the water, and having dinner on the pretty beaches here. There are a lot of cultural activities in Nusa Dua to enjoy in addition to the sea and sand.

Things to do in Nusa Dua

  • Sunbathe on Pantai Geger
  • Go for a camel ride
  • Walk to Pura Gegar
  • Visit Pasifika Museum in Nusa Dua

Bali Shopping Tours

Bali Island for shopping tours offers many types of unique items and sometimes only found in Bali. Although some typical Balinese merchandise found outside of Bali, usually the sale price is higher compare if you buy it in Bali.

What is the best thing to buy in Bali? Most tourists while on vacation in Bali usually like to buy stuff in the form of Bali souvenirs for their friends or family. However, there are also many tourists when shopping on the island of Bali looking for luxury goods and art.

Popular things that you can buy in Bali are as follows.

The Balinese art handicrafts; Such as wood carvings, stone carvings, paintings, sculptures, masks, and antique furniture.
Balinese gold and silver jewellery.
Unique Balinese fabrics; Such as Songket cloth, Tenganan Pegringsingan woven fabric and Endek fabric made in Klungkung regency.

Popular shopping places in Bali

  • Krisna Bali Souvenier Shop
  • Discovery Shopping Mall Kuta
  • The Mall Bali Galeria
  • Sukawati Art Market
  • Joger Bali

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