A one-step Guide for places to visit in Bali
Bali with its mesmerizing and eye-catching landscapes is one of the most popular destinations amongst tourists and travellers who are looking for a peaceful holiday. The magical island of Bali enchants with its flora & fauna, its rich and glorious history, and vibrant culture and nightlife. Bali has the ability to cast an enchanting spell on tourists with its magnificent natural beauty and soothing environment. But one cannot savour the taste unless they have it themselves. To highlight the insight of its dazzling landscapes we have compiled a list of 5 best places to visit in Bali so that you can amble at the shore of magnificent Bali.
So go experience the beauty!
Getting your horses ready!?.. Here’s a list of the 5 best places to visit in Bali
* Uluwatu Temple – Treat yourselves with an eye-delight!
Nestled at a steep cliff at a height of 70 ft. above the sea level, Uluwatu temple is one of the most famous tourist destinations in Bali. The literal meaning of the name ‘Uluwatu’ is ‘the land’s end which goes perfectly with the setting of the temple on the Bukit peninsula.’ The temple gives the best view of sunset when the sky paints a colourful saga and the sea just cannot hold itself from dancing to the song of hues, making it look scenically divine. This 10th-century temple is believed to be safeguarding Bali from the bad spirits of the sea.
* Ubud Monkey Forest – Jumanji feels yet!?
In the south of the town centre is the Ubud Monkey forest which is the top tourist attraction in Bali. Representing a harmonious picture between humans and animals, the monkey forest sanctuary evocates you with the green setting of the forest. The fractious swinging through the giant branches of banyan trees and nutmeg clambering over the walls will entertain you. The ancient temples whose walls are covered with branches of trees and the moss-covered statues will leave you with a feeling of mysticism.
* Pura Ulun Danu Bratan
Bali is blessed with the places where you will find yourself dumbfounded. Pura Ulum Danu Bratan is one such destination. Located on the Western shore of Lake Bratan, this temple is constructed on a small island with the setting of imposing Gunung Bratan. Pura Ulum Danu Bratan is the temple of the goddess of lakes “Dewi Danu”. Within the complex of the temple, one can find a Buddhist Stupa reflecting the ideologies of Buddhist belief. Like other temples in Bali, this temple also offers a magnificent view of the sunset. The temple looks like a pompous lotus flaunting through the middle of the lake.
* Mount Batur- Attention Trekkers!
Located in the central highlands of Bali, Mount Batur is one of the favourite spots for the adventure seekers and high spirits in Bali where they can trek up-to 1700 meters summit to the active volcano. After trekking through the mark trails, for about 3 to 4 hours, you’ll reach the summit take a point to watch the sun coming up from the lush greenery and mist-shrouded mountain. Gazing at the active volcano and the hike to the summit are amongst the must-do list in Bali.
* Sekumpul Waterfall
A set of seven falls, Sekumpul waterfall is located in the Singaraja region of Bali. Considered as one of the most beautiful falls in Bali, Sekumpul fall is covered with lush greenery which can gratify you with its appealing look. You can go for a trek around the fall by the small villages and rice growing terrains. The place is an ideal spot for those who love to stay close to nature.
Without a doubt, Bali is one of the best places to chill in the lap of nature – to connect with the ineffable beauty of beaches and picturesque landscapes.
And, wait! If you thought this is it, there’s more to relish. Get a chance to experience the taste of ‘Kopi Luwak’ which is ‘considered to be the most expensive coffee in the world’.
Quench your #travellust with satiating cuisines. And if this is what you have dreamt of as a perfect vacation then you should definitely pack your bags and go for this adventure of a lifetime.
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