1. Did you miss walking around Legian Street in the night?
Nightlife in Legian is a rich mix of nightclubs and dining spots that stay open until late along Jalan Legian, the street that links Kuta and Seminyak. There’s also a variety of notable and unique bars found on the branching alleys such as Poppies Lane 1 and 2. Legian’s Ground Zero memorial site serves as a central landmark.
After you’ve spent the day relaxing on the beach, you’re never short of other fun options in Legian. The area is home to some of Bali’s favourite bars and clubs and always promises a night to remember – or forget… depending on exactly how long your night lasts
2. I will be back with you soon! Bali the wonderful land
3. Who needs some ocean blues with a laid back island vibes?
Chill by the pool at its best with a signature cocktail in your hand
4. Beautiful clearwater river at Tukad Pekerisan Campuan Tampak Siring
If you’re looking for peace and quiet, then Ubud is the place to be. Steeped in culture and enhanced by magnificent vistas, Ubud offers a respite from the humdrum of your busy life. In the past, Ubud was just a small village, but now it has grown into a thriving yet laid back cosmopolitan community. Ubud pampers visitors in body and soul. Fine dining restaurants and spas here will delight and relax the senses. A walk through the lush paddy fields, watching colourful processions of women gracefully balancing piles of fruit offerings on their way to the temple, are lasting impressions and simply breathtaking. Ubud is a perfect place for you to experience spiritual awakening and enlightenment. Visit Ubud to experience its peace and tranquility
5. Living the island life, at El Kabron Bali
6. The glorious Mount Agung view through this lush rice terrace
Most people who have visited Bali say that the real Bali can be found where the rice grows. In Bali rice fields can be found almost everywhere, and the Balinese people have depended on this method of agriculture for along ago. The terraced rice fields were carved by hand, with the help of some simple tools, and are being maintained by succeeding generations. Imagine yourself watching the sun rise through the mist over a rice field or taking a hike through their lush greenness. It is a must thing to do in Bali to visit at least one of the rice fields!
7. The streets of Seminyak Bali that were once bustling with tourists are now empty
8. A glorious misty morning from Pinggan Village Kintamani, Bali
9. Who has been to Canggu Shortcut too
The curb-less road weaving through rice paddies connecting Berawa and Batu Bolong is a painfully narrow path indeed, definitely not meant for heavy traffic, no less traffic flowing two-ways.
And when there are cars coming from opposite directions, it’s a game of chicken and you know someone is probably going to end up going over the side of the road into some local farmer’s sawah (rice paddy).
Given the frequency of these ridiculous accidents, which happen to make for tragically laughable photos, it was only a matter of time before someone would curate all the most viral images into a collection.
10. Amazing view of the aquarium and mesmerizing underwater atmosphere, at The Apurva Kempinski Bali
11. Banyu Wana Amertha waterfall is a pure hidden gem that is equally spectacular
as the other popular waterfalls, only without the crowds. Another reason why Banyu Wana Amertha waterfall should be on your Bali bucket list is that there is not just one waterfall here, but three! If you happen to visit in the rainy season, there is even a fourth waterfall. You can easily spend a few hours at this one attraction alone, being blown away by the dramatic waterfalls
12. When sun goes down behind the Mount Agung volcano
Amed Beach in Bali is most likely already in your Bali travel itinerary! The island’s eastern shoreline boasts an underwater playground, and Amed Beach is among the favourite between two main sites (the other being Tulamben, 25km to the north). Amed Beach in Bali was once best known for its traditional salt farming. Soon after its beautiful underwater trove was unveiled, with an historical shipwreck adding to its natural features, Amed Beach became a favourite among divers, particularly Jemeluk Bay.
Ask for Amed Beach in Bali and you’d be directed to any strip along the coast that spans seven different seaside villages; Amed, Jemeluk, Bunutan, Lipah, Selang, Banyuning and Aas. All are fishing villages, hence the traditional jukung outriggers that line the coast
13. Taman Dedari at Bali is a wonderland
14. Maha Gangga Valley such a unique place to visit on the East Coast of Bali
Look at this wooden bridge; if you zoom in on the picture - you will see all of the “coconut heads” hanging from the ceiling and it has a face on each one
15. Sunset session from Pantai Cinta Kedungu
Kedungu Beach is a beautiful black sandy beach situated in west of Tanah Lot Temple, the most famous tourist sunset destination in Bali Island with a Hindu Temple set on the rock. It is featured by the black sand stretch 500 yards and the peaceful atmosphere surround it that is one of the fascinations for tourist to visit this place. It is also favored by the great wave and powerful that is ideally for surf adventures. The wave characteristic at this spot is forcing the surfers to take of the wave from the left and right side surf direction . The surfers love this surf spot because there two surf spots available those are all demanded by surfers. At late afternoon, your will be presented the spectacular sunset panorama that is create the romantic nuance.
16. Infinity Buddha pool at The Monkey Bar
The Monkey Bar is halfway up a small mountain with breathtaking views, great food and the most amazing infinity pool you can swim in.
It has great seating which you can see the the ocean and East coast of Bali from, A magnificent hand carved 4m high Buddha which I was told is one of the largest around.
The Monkey Bar is exactly that, a full cocktail bar with about a dozen monkey statues all around and climbing over it, incredible
17. Magical misty morning from Pinggan Village Kintamani
Best location in Bali to see the beautiful sights of the village with shrouded in mist, with a volcano as background. Called Pinggan Village Kintamani. The site of Pinggan village is within the districts of Kintamani, Bangli regency.
If you are departing from the south part of Bali such as Kuta, reaching Pinggan village, Kintamani will take around 2 hours and 15 minutes drive. There are many locations in the area Pinggan village to see the sunrise view. To be able to see one of the most favorite places for colorful morning glory just take a trip to this place!
18. Morning coffee with majestic Mount Agung view from La Montagne Coffee
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20. Harvesting Marigold flowers, at Bali
Marigolds are significant in Balinese culture as its golden colour is associated with Sang Hyang Widhi Wasa, the Supreme Balinese God.
Commonly used for daily offerings in Bali – fresh Marigolds, rice and incense make the perfect set, seen in beautiful handmade offerings everywhere. .If you’re out for scenery that’s a little different, this sea of gold is bound to have you whipping out your cameras to capture the memories of your great (free) Bali adventure.
21. Bali’s OG beach club with euphoric beats & those warm sundowner feels
KU DE TA a is Bali's original beachfront hangout for all-day sun lounging & cocktail sipping
Beachfront bites, magical sunsets and legendary high season parties – here’s what you can expect from a day spent at one of Bali’s very best beach clubs.
22. We all need more fresh air and adventure, at Black Lava Camp, Bali
Kintamani is one of famous tourist object in Bali, perched in center part of paradise island on Bangli Regency. Kintamani is located in the north of Bali and in the locale of the volcano Mount Batur and its beautiful expanse of fresh water lake . The spectacular mountainous region around Kintamani - with its deep crater lake and bubbling hot springs make this region a must on any Bali itinerary
Lake Batur is the largest lake in Bali and the region offers some of the most spectacular views to be found anywhere on the island. Lake Batur also provides water for an underground network of streams and springs across the southern slopes of the mountain. This district is the earliest known Kingdom in Bali, dating from the 10th Century. The evening can get cool up here but it's well worth the stay overnight to climb the volcano and watch the sun rises
23. This place is better known as Kali Unda, where Kali means ‘River’. It is actually a river formed as small dam or waterfall
creating a good place for selfie and wefie. If you don’t mind getting, at least your feet, wet then it is definitely worth a visit since we can have a very nice selfie or wefie photo here. It is also a good place to have a pre-wedding photo
24. No matter how many times you have been to Nusa Penida. it seems this island will never stop surprising with breathtaking new adventures
New dive sites to explore, new underwater creatures to see, new roads to get lost on, new scenic views from which to catch sunset, and new beaches to discover.