Bali is the most beautiful place in all of Indonesia’s archipelago and is a place that stimulates the senses. Famous places to visit in Bali includes night safari, Tegallalang & Jatiluwih Rice Terraces, Pura Ulun Danu Bratan, Sidemen Valley, and Lempuyang Temple Complex
You can smell the intoxicating scent of clove oil and incense in the thick tropical air. The island’s rich natural beauty is a magnet for tourists. There are street stalls selling peanuts and petal-strewn offerings that float on busy streets. Traditional gamelan music plays against the background of mopeds. If relaxation is your priority, then the spa treatments and shopping options in Bali are fantastic – and very affordable. The famous swells attract surfers, while hikers and mountain climbers can ascend jungly volcanic peaks and drop to the misty waterfalls.
1. Night Safari In Bali
There is no better place to experience a night safari in Bali than Bali Safari Park. The park’s African-inspired lodge, Mara River Safari Lodge, is where you begin your adventure. You will board a specially-designed cage tram to get into the wild African Savannah. The two keepers will ensure that you are safe and secure throughout your safari. There will be only inches between you, the wild animals, and your adventure.If you want to, you can hand-feed wild animals when you see them. The Bali safari can be booked online, and you will enjoy all the benefits with no extra fees for both adults and children. There will be ten passengers on the tram and a guide who will keep everyone updated about the park, safari, and the animals.
2. Tegallalang & Jatiluwih Rice Terraces at Bali
Tegallalang Rice Terraces, located about a 30-minute drive from Ubud, are one of the most popular areas to capture these stunning landscapes and soak in their beauty. Locals may ask for donations along the popular path through the rice fields. Many also request fees for parking and entrance. One of the many cafes and restaurants overlooking the fields is a relaxing place to enjoy the beautiful scenery. Exploring the area and walking around without being hounded by tourists is also easier.
3. Pura Ulun Danu Bratan
Lake Bratan, one of Bali’s major sources of irrigation and drinking water, is the temple complex’s main feature. It features figures of Buddha sitting in the lotus position on the square base while others meditate in the stupa. This stupa reflects the Balinese Hindus’ adoption of Buddhist beliefs. In the morning light, the temple looks beautiful with the cool mist that sometimes covers the lake and mountains. To explore the Meru (thatched shrines), you can hire a canoe to paddle out onto the lake.
4. The Sidemen Valley
Strolling through the villages is a highlight of your visit. Here, the locals continue to practice their traditional activities amidst rice paddies and farmland. It is possible to hike to Mount Agung’s summit or other areas, such as through the lush rice fields, past coffee, and cocoa plantations, and luxury villas with views of the rice fields.
5. Lempuyang Temple Complex
Pura Penataran Agung Lempuyang is where you can see the famous Instagram photo of the Gates of Heaven. This famous structure often called “Lempuyang Temple” or “Pura Lempuyang” is just one of a series of temples that pepper the highlands of Mount Lempuyang. Tourists flock to this spot to take photos of the majestic dragon staircases that frame Mount Agung. Pura Luhur Lempuyang, one of Bali’s most sacred and difficult-to-access temples, is Pura Luhur Lempuyang. The temple is at the top of a 1,700-step calf-sculpting hike through the steamy jungle up to nearly 1,200m above sea level. You will see gray macaques with long tails scampering through the forest.
6. Dip into Bali’s hot springs
Bali has many hot springs, but it is preferred to those in the north and east. Two hot springs are located in the northeast near Mount Batur, the “Toya Bungkah Batur “Hot Springs and “Toya Devasya “Hot Springs. The most popular hot springs of Bali are those in the north. Near Lovina Beach are the sacred “Air Panas Banjar” Hot Springs. They are located in a lush jungle and beautiful tropical gardens. Three public and one private pool are available. Each collection has hot water from volcanic sources. The hot water comes from eight stone-carved dragon heads. You can bring your swimsuit to the pool and enjoy the therapeutic benefits of hot water.