Sekumpul Waterfall

Hidden in the dense jungles of Northern Bali lies Sekumpul Waterfalls, a collection of seven picturesque waterfalls often cited as the most beautiful in Bali and are a spectacular 80 meters in height. If you come from South Bali, along the way you’ll drive through the mountainous region of Northern Bali, offering great views of the twin lakes of Buyan and Tamblingan. Reaching this impressive natural wonder involves hiking through the jungle for about 30 minutes to make your wayRead 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 Ida Batara Dewi Ulun Danu, goddess of the lake. This place also one of the beautiful place on sunrise. It feels utterly surreal seeing the temple emerging from the morning mist, withRead 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. While you’ll have to wait for low tide to reach the temple, adding that snapping a photo of Tanah Lot TempleRead more

Tegenungan Waterfall

Bali is home to countless waterfalls with beautiful scenery and a calming atmosphere. One of the island’s most beautiful, yet relatively unexplored, waterfalls is Tegenungan waterfall in Kemenuh village, Sukawati. The waterfall is isolated but has become a popular tourist attraction to explore and relax. It is one of the few waterfalls in Bali that is not located in highlands or mountainous area. The amount and clarity of the water at the site depends on rainfall but it contains greenRead more

Tegallalang Rice Terraces

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 sad kahyangan (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. UluwatuRead more

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. Take time to appreciate the stone carvings, many by noted local artists like I GustiRead more

Banah Sunset Point

The Banah Cliffs of Nusa Penida rise mighty out of whirling ocean and are perhaps the most dramatic coastal cliffs in Bali. Hundreds of meter high and draped in lush green vegetation, they are an astonishing sight viewed by boat. When you are standing at the top, they are even more imposing with no barrier between you and the abyssal drop below. Banah Sunset Point Nusa Penida Island Klungkung Bali IndonesiaRead more

Tukad Cepung Waterfall

Located 30 kilometres north-west of Ubud, you will witness a rare view of a waterfall that should not be missed. Tukad Cepung Waterfall still remains as the best virgin waterfall of Bali. The sunlight falls on the glistering waterfall creating a rainbow, which feels as though it is projected right up to you. This place is comparatively cooler and offers an immense sense of peace and tranquillity. Tukad Cepung Waterfall Jalan Tembuku, Dusun Penida Kelod, Tembuku, Bangli Regency Bali IndonesiaRead more

Kanto Lampo Waterfall

Kanto Lampo located in Beng Village in Gianyar. Parking is not an issue, and walking down to get a full view of the waterfall is easy too. All you have to do is climb down the eight-meter rocky cliff. They have a safe railing, so you can hold on to that. While Kanto Lampo is not the biggest, nor the tallest or the most mind-blowing, it’s still unique in its own right. The water flows through multi-tiered rocky steps, whichRead more

Taman Ujung

Taman Ujung is the water palace built by the last King of Karangasem, I Gusti Bagus Djelantik in 1909. 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 fangipani 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

Bukit Asah

Bukit Asah in Bugbug Village, East Bali is a hilltop outlook blessed with a beautiful panorama of the sea, the coastline and neighboring islands. If you love sleeping under the stars and waking up to a stunning sunrise, or if you simply enjoy camping with a view, then Bukit Asah is for you. This place is just so gorgeous that many of those lucky enough to have visited this place normally couldn’t described Bukit Asah Bugbug in words. The green,Read more

Les Waterfall

Les Waterfall or Yeh Mempeh Waterfall is impressive because of its height and the fact that descending water maintains contact with rock all the way down. Local people love to come here for picnics, but it is still relatively unknown to most tourists. There is a short hike to the waterfall through a lush forest and Rambutan orchard. There is a pool here where people can have a swim, and it is also nice to have a shower under theRead more

Dusun Kuning Waterfall

Dusun Kuning Waterfall has not yet become a popular tourist destination, and it is located in an area of great natural beauty which only the locals usually enjoy. It is only possible to reach this location with the help of a local guide because otherwise it would be too difficult to find. The surrounding jungle is home to many monkeys and other forms of interesting wildlife. The waterfall itself is 25 meters high and it sends water down to theRead 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 Bali’s other temples may be larger or more jaw-dropping, Tirta Empul Temple possesses a unique serenity that cannot be matched. This active prayer site inspires both Balinese Hindus and visitors of different beliefs.Read more

Nungnung Waterfall

These falls are 45-meters high and most spectacular during wet season. The drive to the falls is a treasure on its own, as you will pass jungle ravines and ridge top terraced paddies. It takes around 45 minutes to descend to the falls proper, and over an hour to get back up – including the 400 steps. And they are right! This is a very vigorous but rewarding trek. The pathway, stairs and handrails are in good condition so itRead more

Tibumana Waterfall

The falls here are scenic, but not overly spectacular, what makes the journey here worthwhile is, well, the journey. Passing charming villages, the roads narrow and the picturesque landscape changes to green and more green. Rice fields, coconut palms, banana trees and temples. Bali at its bucolic best. From the car park near the Pura Dalem, where an entry booth charges 10,000 rupiah, a cement path leads on an enjoyable short trek down to the river peppered with flowers, bambooRead more

Kelingking Beach

Arguably the most photogenic spot, Kelingking Beach in Penida Island is one of those viewpoints that is hard to believe that it’s real when you see it for the first time. This entire coastal area is particularly beautiful – the white cliffs contrast dramatically with the turquoise blue waters. This is a popular spot for tourists, since it isn’t too far from Angel’s Billabong and Broken Beach. Penida Island is still relatively unknown and definitely much less visited. It still feels likeRead more