Located in the green hillsides of Tabanan Regency (about one hour from central Bali.
Among the most renowned things to do in Bali, oceanic activities top the list.
Watch the sunrise during a hike up Mount Batur.
Situated at the foothills of Mount Batur, stop by Pura Ulun Danu Batur en route to visit the volcanic mountain.
Spoilt for choice, the island is littered with incredible beaches, each one offering unique surf conditions.
Say hello to 340 monkeys at Monkey Forest Ubu.
Balinese handicrafts can be recognized from a mile away for their carved woodworks, paintings and shellac art.
Take photos 175 meters above sea level at the Gates of Heaven, i.e. Lempuyang Temple
Looking to get your adrenaline racing? Try an adventurous river rafting expedition in Bali!
Recreate your own Indonesian dishes at home when you try a Balinese cooking class.
Cruise through rice fields and take many scenic shots with an unending green background.
Wander through the different gates and pavilions created throughout Taman Ujung’s time.
Take an epic jewelry-making class in Bali and learn how to design and construct your own statement piece.
According to myth, the ocean god conjured up a poisonous snake to protect the rock formation on which the temple is built.
Bali is a hotspot for couples and honeymooners, so if you’re traveling with your beloved, enjoy a super special romantic dinner.
Diving enthusiasts take note, the USAT Liberty Wreck is one of Bali’s most popular dive wrecks.
Find over 120 varying species, some animals live on land, and others in water.
There are different types of insta-tours available that all offer varying perspectives, depending on what suits your photography interests.
Hop onto an ATV bike and tour through jungle plains to waterfalls, trekking over muddy tracks and crossing streams.
As one of the OG yoga studios on the island, book a class, workshop, or even a stay at The Yoga Barn in Ubud.
If you make your way to the north coast of the island you’ll come across the small seaside town, Lovina.