A tropical paradise of sandy beaches, blue skies, and rolling waves – filled with endless exciting things to see and do. Bali, or the “Island of the Gods,” is easily the most famous destination in Indonesia. Packed with activities and adventures, Bali is home to beautiful beaches, towering volcanoes, and a unique culture. Just east of this Indonesian Paradise is the stunning island of Lombok, best known for its fascinating coral reefs and popular beach surf spots.
A Romantic Seaside Dinner in Jimbaran
For the most romantic seaside dinner in Bali, there’s nothing better than an evening watching the sun set while enjoying a delicious meal. Tables and chairs set right out on the sandy beach, a warm candle lit ambience, and the pleasant sounds of waves lapping against the shore. Combine that with fresh seafood and your partner by your side for a unique dining experience and an unforgettable evening.
Surf, Sand and Sun at Kuta
Visit the breathtakingly beautiful beach of Kuta located in Bali. Kuta is probably the most famous area in Bali, offering great surfing, sandy beaches, and a long stretch of shops, restaurants and nightlife. Buzzing with excitement and full of energy, Kuta is one of the favorite destinations on the island of Bali. Discover the best of Bali at this beautiful and exciting beach.
Water Sports at Tanjung Benoa Beach
Tanjung Benoa stretches across Bali’s southeastern coast and offers clear waters with sandy shores and an exciting collection of fun water sports! Rent a jet ski to explore the surrounding territory or hop on a banana boat for an exhilarating ride that can be enjoyed with up to 7 friends. Take to the skies with activities like parasailing and feel the thrill of the heights while enjoying the view of the crystal sea below.
The Ubud Art Market & Sacred Monkey Forest
The lush green highlands of Ubud are a beautiful picturesque view and a refreshing break from the busier areas of Bali. Here in the rolling hills, the weather is almost always cool, making it an ideal location for agriculture and farming. Ubud’s scenic landscape is sculpted with layers of terraced rice fields, and surrounded by tropical forests. The area is home to Bali’s thriving art scene, boasting a number of Art Museums and stores.
The Captivating Kecak Dance at Uluwatu Cliffside Temple
Many ancient and beautiful temples are scattered across the island, but few can compare to Pura Luhur Uluwatu. Perched atop a steep rocky cliff, overlooking the waves crashing 70 meters below, Pura Luhur Uluwatu is one of 9 main temples in Bali. This sea temple is one of several temples dedicated to the Spirits of the Sea. It is also one of the most popular sites to watch the legendary Kecak Dance which takes place each day at sunset.