North Bali Adventurous Day Tour

Experience Bali’s scenic Lake District at the mountain resort of Bedugul. Travel the island’s byways and watch the Balinese people going about their daily lives. At Bedugul enjoy the peaceful setting of Lake Beratan from the Bedugul botanic gardens. Nearby are the gardens that produce vegetables and flowers for the hundreds of hotels on Bali.  At the north end of Bedugul crater lies one of the world’s most beautiful golf courses, the Bali Handara Country Club, a masterpiece 19-hole courseRead more

Magical Uluwatu Temple & Jimbaran Bay Sunset Tour

Kicking off on Bali’s south west tip with Uluwatu’s 10th century Pura Luhur temple, the high cliff tops and views out over the sea provide stunning photos and are the perfect vantage point for viewing Bali’s majestic sunsets. Noted not only for its enviable location, Uluwatu is also home to Pura Uluwatu, one of Bali’s oldest temples. Watch Kecak Dance, one of the legendary dance on sunset that begins at 6 p.m. Moving onto Jimbaran, the stunning bay with crystalRead more

Ubud Sweet Escape Day Tour

Ubud one of the most visited places not just in Bali but in all of Indonesia. It became more popular when Ubud become a quest of love for Elizabeth Gilbert, author of Eat, Pray, and Love. For me, Ubud is the center for arts and culture in Bali. Each activity in here is associated with spirituality, cultures and traditions, proximity to nature and the relationship between human beings. The everyday activities in Ubud, defines them. Also scattered around Ubud areRead more

Ulun Danu Temple

Ulun Danu Temple at Beratan is the most photographed temple on the island and is one of the iconic images of Bali. The temple sits on the western shore of Lake Bratan and give the illusion of floating on the water. Built in 1633, the temple is devoted to Dewi Ulun Danu, goddess of the lake. Ulun Danu is also one of the beautiful place on sunrise. It feels utterly surreal seeing the temple emerging from the morning mist, with theRead more

Tanah Lot Temple

Tanah Lot is dramatically located on the Tabanan coast. Built on a promontory only accessible at low tide, this temple is one of the most important in Bali. It means “Sea Temple of the Earth”. This stunning religious complex and impressive architectural feat sits on a gigantic jagged rock that rises out of the ocean on Bali’s southern coast. World Monuments Watch lists it as one of the 100 most endangered and historical sites in the world. Tanah Lot isRead more

Tegallalang Rice Terraces – Ubud

Bali’s natural beauty comes in countless forms but the rice terraces create some of the island’s most awe-inspiring backdrops. The Tegalalang rice terraces in Ubud are famous place for snapping photos of what feels like the brightest green you’ll ever see, an interesting path to hike and small villages to explore. The rice fields’ terraces are works of art. The fields are various shades of green and are extremely well maintained. The coconut trees still give an extra charm. Be sureRead more

Uluwatu Temple

Uluwatu temple is precariously located at the point of sheer cliff on the island’s southern peninsula. It is one of the oldest and most important temple in Bali, one of the six original territorial temple on the island. Travelers rave about Uluwatu Temple’s stunning cliff-side locale and beautiful architecture. This combination is rendered only more dramatic by the crashing of waves more than 200 feet below. But don’t think that you’ll have this isolated sanctuary to yourself. Uluwatu Temple is popularRead more

Lempuyang Temple

Lempuyang means ‘The Lights of God’. A complex of seven temples, the most spectacular of which is Pura Agung Lempuyang Tara Penah, nestled on the hillside 11 km from Tirta Gangga. Here, the dazzling white split gate perfectly frames Mt Agung, and the temple guardians – three pairs of colossal sea serpents – border a trio of towering staircases, but this is only the beginning. One kilometer further on, a stairway of 1700 steps winds through the forest up toRead more

Tirta Empul Temple

Tirta Empul Temple at Tampak Siring was built in 960 AD. Tirta Empul means “holy spring water” that is passing within the temple. The water feeds adjoining purification pools, baths and fish ponds surrounding the outer complex which then all flow to the Tukad Pakerisan River. While there are several shrines and other structures on the premises, the temple’s tranquility is best seen in the large rectangular pool at the complex’s center. The spring is still believed to have healing powers.Read more

Puri Saren Agung Ubud Palace

Located in the heart of Ubud, Puri Saren Agung was the palace of the kings of Ubud until the 1940s, and it is now inhabited by the last king’s descendants. Parts of the complex are off limits to the public, but entry to the rest is free. You can wander around most of the large compound exploring the many traditional and not excessively ornate buildings. You will see the real Bali architecture still maintained around this palace. Take time toRead more

Taman Ujung

Taman Ujung is the water palace built by the last King of Karangasem, I Gusti Bagus Djelantik in 1919. The architect was a Dutch van Den Hentz and a Chinese Loto Ang. This development also involves the Balinese architect. Resting in the vast pool is a series of intriguing, romantic pavilions linked by bridges, archways, and a shaded avenue of mango and fangipany trees. The grounds destroyed in the explosion of nearby Mt. Agung in 1963 and further ruined byRead more

Tirta Gangga

In the middle of rice fields and surrounded by jade green hills, Tirta Gangga nestles peacefully and timelessly. Tirta Gangga is a royal water garden of the Karangasem royal family consisting a fabled maze of spine-tingling, cold bathing pools and basin, spouts, tiered pagoda fountain, stone carvings and lush gardens showcasing a blend of Chinese and Balinese architecture. The watergarden was constructed in 1948 on the initiative of the King of Karangasem, Anak Agung Anglurah Ketut Karangasem. Before the waterRead more

Taman Ayun Temple 

Taman Ayun literally translates as Beautiful Garden and is regarded as one of the most attractive temples in Bali. It was built in 1634 by the King of Mengwi, I Gusti Agung Putu. The temple is bordered by wide canals which irrigate the fields around the site. The temple is dedicated to the ancestor of the Mengwi Dynasty and other important Gods. Taman Ayun Temple is regarded as the “mother temple” for Mengwi Kingdom. Admission Fee Admission is IDR 15.000/personRead more

Jimbaran Beach

A fishing village, fancy resorts, ocean view beach club, famous bar and fresh seafood at sunset. Once a simple fishing village, Jimbaran and it’s 5-kilometer white sand coast line is now home to several of Bali’s more upscale resorts. But its fishing heritage is still an important part of the Jimbaran experience, no more so than at sunset on the beach where there is a plethora of fresh seafood restaurants to choose from. Sitting around tables in the sand, eatingRead more

Tegal Wangi Beach

Tegal Wangi Beach is very popular for wedding photo shoots. A cliff is on the beach, where from its top, one can appreciate the clear blue water as the curling waves hit the beach below. Most of those who have visited this beach have magnetically been draw back to the beautiful waters that appear to have been painted blue as well as the coral reef undertones. And with some ‘ocean Jacuzzi’ that directly face to the ocean mimicking gestures ofRead more

Gunung Kawi

Gunung Kawi is an 11th-century temple in Tampaksiring that is spread across either side of the Pakerisan river. It comprises 10 rock-cut shrines that are carved into 7-metre-high. Sheltered niches of the sheer cliff face. Carved by hand into the hillside rocks a thousand years ago, this temple showcased the worshippers’ determination in an ancient time. There are four groups of buildings sculptured, three temples and a Buddhist temple on the Gunung Kawi. This is presumed to be the burialRead more

Goa Gajah

Goa Gajah is a significant Hindu archaeological site located in Bedulu, just 10 minutes outside of Ubud in Bali. Locally known as the Elephant Cave because of its close proximity to the Elephant River. Goa Gajah is thought to date back to at least the 11th century, was escavated in 1922. The centerpiece here is a cave, the entrance to which is an ornately carved demon’s mouth. Inside are some fragmentary lingam and yoni statues, as well as a statue of Ganesha.Read more

Balangan Beach

Balangan is a white sandy beach stretch 200 meters with panoramic view to the Indian Ocean and blessed by the spectacular sunset that create the romantic nuance for every visitor. It’s covered with palm trees and fronted by a ribbon of white sand, picturesquely dotted with sun umbrellas. Surfer bars, cafes in shacks and even slightly more permanent guesthouses precariously line the shore. This beach is also endowed by enormous wave that is demanded by all surfers in particular for experience upRead more

Saraswati Temple

  About Saraswati Temple This picturesque temple located right in the heart of Ubud honors Dewi Saraswati, the Goddess of knowledge, literature and art. Taman Kemuda Saraswati Temple is set within a beautiful water garden with thousands of red lotus flowers. It does indeed make a pretty backdrop for a selfie, but it’s worth getting a little closer to admire the impressive entrance gate. Evening sees the temple lit up as the venue transforms to a stage for regular danceRead more

Sanur Beach

Sanur is Bali’s oldest upscale resort area and is a mature beach-side town. The beach, while thin, is protected by a reef and breakwaters, so families appreciate the limpid waves. Sanur stretches for about 5km along an east-facing coastline, with the lush and green landscaped grounds of resorts fronting right on to the sandy beach. Despite the abundance of restaurants and accommodation, it has a quiet and relaxed feel to it.  Sanur tends to appeal most to middle-aged and older families, especiallyRead more

Gubug Temple at Tamblingan Lake

Gubug temple is one of the famous instaworthy temple located by the beauty of Tamblingan Lake in North Bali. Admission Fee Free of Charge Day Tour Reservation: Amazing Bali Guide WA: +62 81337070082 Email: amazingbaliguide@gmail.com Instagram : @balibestguide & @amazingbaliguide Best Images from our Favorite TravelersRead more

Goa Garba

Goa Garba is located in Banjar Sawa Gunung, Pejeng Kelod village, Tampaksiring, Gianyar, Bali lies under the Pengukur-Ukuran Temple, above the Pakerisan River. It is a natural site that exudes calm estimated to have been built in the 12th century during the reign of King Jaya Pangus. Goa means “cave” and Garba means “in the belly of the earth”. Goa Garba exudes calmness and is believed to be the meditation site of the giant Kebo Iwa, an ancient Balinese Hindu militaryRead more

Canggu Beach

About Canggu Beach This lovely beach also known as Batu Bolong is a surfers’ paradise. Dark grey sand and amazing waves are what make it so special. You can find many hotels and restaurants nearby and also the surf school if you are a complete beginner to this sport. Who Can Take Me There that I can Trust? Adventurous Bali Tours Day Tour Booking: WA: +62 81337070082 Email: adventurousbali@gmail.com Instagram : @balibestguide & @amazingbaliguide Thank you very much for visiting us. Don’t hesitate toRead more

Kehen Temple

About Kehen Temple Built in 11th century, Kehen temple is tone of Bali’s most beautiful temples located in  Cempaga Village, Bangli. This temple is often described as the miniature version of the Pura Besakih. Like the mother temple, this temple has 8 terraces and it is built on the southern slope of the hill. The beautiful symbolic stone carvings around the temple also add to the visual interest of this temple. Kehen means household or fireplace and symbolizes God ofRead more

Green Bowl Beach

The beach can be accessed from Ungasan as there are signboards all over this this area directing People to the beach. The only reason why Green Bowl Beach doesn’t attract large crowds is because of the relatively long and arduous path that leads down to the beach. But for the ardent off the beaten path beach enthusiasts, walking is by no doubt a worthy option. Upon conquering the hundreds of steps that lead down to the beach, the experience thereRead more