The island of Bali is one of the smallest, but perhaps the most extraordinary island on Indonesia Archipelago offers fascinating scenery and rich of cultures. The island of Bali has long been the primary focus of Indonesia's flourishing tourist industry.
The island is small, volcanic, and graced with swaths of extremely fertile land, much of it sculpted into terraced rice paddies. Sandy beaches punctuate the dramatically rugged coastline and world class surf pounds the shoreline. Culturally, Bali is equally rewarding.
Below are the list of main interesting places may be worth to visit during holiday in Bali. To reach the place the visitors can go by self drive car or join our tour packages at very negotiable prices. For those who are not sure where to go, please contact us for any suitable packages which are referred to the length stay in Bali.
This beach is by far the most popular and whitest beach in Bali, attracting all ages and nationalities. The beach extends from Canggu to the airport in Tuban. It is ideal for those who wish to combine a beach holiday with testing their surfing skills...[ details ]
Nusa Dua and Tanjung Benoa - Badung Regency Northeast of Bualu are the extensive mudflats of Suwung, which extend for about seven km to Jimbaran. Bridges cross over swampy sections. A commercial seaweed farm is located two km south of Nusa Dua. A road leads south to the small farming community of Sawangan...[ details ]
Sanur Beach - Denpasar Regency A prosperous and historic resort area, Sanur is Indonesia's answer to Waikiki. It's nine km southeast of Denpasar and crowded with high-priced luxury hotels and clusters of serene bungalows in leafy compounds along the shoreline of a gentle, reef-sheltered lagoon...[ details ]
Tanah Lot - Tabanan Regency Like a delicate Chinese painting, this small, pagoda-like temple 13-km southwest of Tabanan sits on a huge eroded outcropping of rock offshore. Tanah Lot ('Sea Temple of the Earth') is only one of a whole series of splendid sea temples on the south coast of Bali, all paying homage to the guardian spirits of the sea...[ details ]
Ubud Village - Gianyar Regency Ubud lies 36 km from the resorts on the southern coast. The name for this royal village is derived from the Balinese word ubad (medicine), the moniker of a herb with healing properties which grows along the nearby Oos River...[ details ]
Candidasa - Karangasem Regency A tidy, well-kept, three-km-long European (mostly Italian, French, and Scandinavian) tourist retreat. For many visitors, Candidasa is the perfect blend, everything one would want in a seaside resort-reasonable accommodations, variegated dining, interesting sea sports, warm-water bathing, tranquil nights...[ details ]
Tenganan Village - Karangasem Regency This is an original pre-Hindu Balinese settlement, long a stronghold of native traditions, about halfway between Padangbai and Amlapura (67-km northeast of Denpasar). At the end of an asphalt country road up a narrow valley, Tenganan is far removed from the Javano-Balinese regions of Bali...[details]
Bedugul - Tabanan Regency A small, friendly lakeside resort in the middle of the central highland southwest of Gunung Catur, an hour's drive (48 km) from Denpasar on the main road north (30 km) to Singaraja. Bedugul is the name given to a whole string of villages along the lake's western shore...[details]
Besakih Temple- Karangasem Regency Bali's oldest, largest, most impressive and austere temple complex sits one-third the way up the slopes of Gunung Agung. Besakih, actually consisting of three temple compounds, is the Mother Temple of Bali and the most important of the island's Sad Kahyangan religious shrines... [details]
Tirta Gangga - Karangasem Regency Seven km northwest of Amlapura (20 minutes). The turnoff is just one-half km beyond the bridge after leaving Amlapura. One of the prettiest places in Bali, Tirtagangga ("Water of the Ganges") is a well-maintained pool complex built by the last raja of Karangasem, Raja Anak Agung Anglurah Ketut, in 1947 with corvee labor on the site of a sacred spring emerging from under a banyan tree...[details]