1. Probably one of the coolest jungle pool we have ever seen. At Capella Ubud
Finding a harmony between unspoiled nature and luxury comforts, Capella Ubud, Bali, showcases tented accommodation with salt water pools amidst Ubud's lush greenery. Situated only 7 km from the city centre, this property enjoys large terraces and outdoor decks overlooking rice fields or the surrounding rainforest. Guests can experience excellent fine dining with Balinese and international fare at the on-site restaurant. WiFi is accessible for free in all areas
2. Living on this paradise and try to explore some peaceful place like this in Bali. At Kelingking Beach, Nusa Penida, Bali
Enjoying the scenic seascape and taking photos and selfies from above would be sufficient for most. You can enjoy the sweeping views from a purpose-built platform, which is bordered by bamboo fences. If you dare the challenging trek down to the beach, make sure it’s during low tide. Some sections of the path can be steep, requiring a bit of rock climbing, especially on the way back up. Locals have put rocks and bamboos to aid visitors over the years. Once you’ve reached the sand, you’ll have it all to yourself most of the time. Depending on tide conditions, the waters are swimmable. However, note that the undercurrents can be strong, and being the remote site that it is, there are no lifeguards around. Besides your camera and a good pair of shoes, be sure to bring drinking water with you on the descent, to keep you hydrated
3. Bali sunset culture in the beach. At Echo Beach, Bali
Echo Beach is one of Bali’s most popular surf spots. The nickname overshadows its local name ‘Pantai Batu Mejan’, which takes after a significant Balinese Hindu sea temple on site. Sharing the serene rice field-landscaped region of Canggu with other wave-riding spots such as Berawa, Seseh and Pererenan, Echo Beach has become most popular due to its advanced reef breaks, 180-degree seascape and sunsets, as well as delicious seafood cafes set on a high vantage point
4. There is nothing more relaxing than pools with nature’s finest of view, don’t you think? at Ayana Resort Jimbaran, Bali
5. Take a second to be realize it’s a blessing for you to be here at Tegalalang Ubud Bali
Tegallalang rice terraces offer a perfect Bali photo opportunity with its dramatic views. The vista sprawls down and away to the rice terraces on the slopes across the valley. A local elder, a farmer who owns the land invites visitors to sample his green coconut drink, as well as to purchase woven hats that he makes from coconut leaves as well as posing with visitors for a small fee. This ancient valley has a timeless quality whether there are tourists there or not.
The small village of Pakudui, a craftsman’s dominion located in Tegallalang, is a journey of witnessing the splendour of local talent at its best. Here you will find an extraordinary variety of ornamental woodwork and various carvings. The villagers here are avid Balinese craftsmen and have taken up different forms of sculptures, either handed down through generations or as a result of an ever-growing creative process using the most natural of all media – wood. But through your village tour in Pakudui you will notice the recurring presence of one particular mythical Balinese figure - the Garuda.
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7. Still amazed with great architecture of this statue. Bring your squad and visit this place at GWK Cultural Park
Garuda Wisnu Kencana, or GWK for short, is the name of a cultural park on Bali’s hilly southern coast famous for the ongoing construction of a gigantic statue of Vishnu riding on the back of a ‘garuda’ (a supernatural eagle-like being). The completed part of the statue is of the upper part of Vishnu’s body, the head of the ‘garuda’ and Vishnu’s hands. The cultural park has become one of the favourite places in Bali for art and cultural performances, exhibitions, and conferences. GWK, once completed at 145 metres, will be one of the world’s tallest statues and erected on the top of the hill, with a magnificent panorama of Bali
8. Strolling in Bali enjoying green rice fields view would be interesting activity to do with your friends. At Jatiluwih, Tabanan, Bali
Visit the beautiful island of Bali, travel to its highlands, and you cannot but be amazed by the beauty of the thousands of hectares of lush green paddy fields that cascade in terraces from the upper reaches of volcanoes down to the deep valleys below as if sculpted from the mountain side. Among the many fields that stretch almost all across the island, the Jatiluwih Rice Terraces in the heart of Tabanan Regency is the best example of Bali's outstanding picturesque rice fields and represent the Subak system as Bali's Cultural Landscape which has been inscribed a UNESCO's World Heritage Site in June 2012.
9. Prefect place to spend your time in Nusa Penida. Have you chill here?
Nusa Penida is the largest and most exotic of the three Nusa Islands, thanks to its collection of unique Hindu temples and picturesque natural features of cliff formations and lagoons. Lately, the island’s best known as the new sanctuary of the once-endangered Bali Starling following a highly successful captive breeding program of the bird, which is originally an endemic species from the forested region of West Bali National Park
10. Excited to discover a hidden waterfall in Bali? At Sekumpul Waterfall
Sekumpul Waterfall is touted as the most beautiful waterfall in Bali. It is fairly close to Niagara Falls Lemukih, only about 2 km away. Understandably, the Village and Village Lemukih Sekumpul indeed neighbors. To see Sekumpul Waterfall close, it takes a bit of effort and struggle. From the parking lot, you have to walk quite far away, down a dirt road, down the hundreds of stairs, and across the river. When you ride a motorcycle, you can still ride from the parking lot (near the ticket window), to the end of the road paving. After paving the way out, the road turned into a narrow dirt road (footpath). Not long down the path, you arrived at a blank bale (gazebo) with Niagara Falls Sekumpul incredible lure.
11. Enjoy a romantic moments spending time at this infinity pool accompanied by the one you love, at The Kayon Jungle Resort, Bali
12. Waking up in the middle of the jungle in this sanctuary would feel so good isn’t it? At Sebatu Sanctuary
13. Having lunch in Bali be lyke, Indonesia
14. Ubud is, in many ways, the cultural hub of Bali. Enjoy the air of this city, at Indonesia
Home to one of Bali’s royal families, this traditional country town has royal palaces and ancient temples. The town is also where some of the world’s notable artisans and collectors have visited and worked in. Along the main street are dozens of art studios and galleries, along with an excellent local crafts market selling antiques, woodcarvings, crafts, textiles, paintings, and jewellery
15. Amazed by this stunning temple surrounded by lake and green jungle at Tamblingan Lake
Tamblingan is a lake located in Munduk Village, Banjar District, Buleleng Regency. The lake is situated very close to two other famous lakes in Bali, namely Lake Buyan and Lake Beratan. Among the three, Tamblingan Lake is the smallest in size.
16. Experience something unforgettable when dive into this magical sculpture in Gili Meno, Bali Tulamben
17. Tag your bestie who love to start their day with a cup of good coffee and this magical golden hour morning view
Akasa Kintamani Coffee is located on Penelokan Main Rd No. 777, Central Batur, Kintamani, Bangli Regency, Bali 80652. This Coffee shop serves the perfect combination between of a cup of Kintamani coffee and view of Mt. Batur. AKASA Kintamani Coffee serves various variants of authentic Kintamani coffee with affordable prices and perfect taste of coffee
18. Living on this paradise and try to explore some peaceful place like this in Bali
19. Someone once said, ‘if you are not living on the edge, you are taking up too much space’ at Alami Villa, Bali
Situated 8 km from Bali Zoo in Sukawati, this air-conditioned villa features free WiFi and a terrace. The residence is 3.6 km from Ubud Palace and 3.2 km from The Monkey Forest. The house and pool are perched on the scenic Petanu River and is only 5 minutes from the historic Elephant Temple Cave.
20. Play with a little monkey would be a great idea to enjoy while strolling in Buleleng, Bali
21. Start your spiritual journey in Bali by explore this wonderful temple. With mount Agung as a view this temple looks so beautiful isn’t it?
Lempuyang Temple, locally referred to as Pura Lempuyang Luhur, is one of Bali’s oldest and most highly regarded temples, on par with Besakih (aka the ‘mother temple’ of Bali). It is also believed to predate the majority of Hindu temples on the island. Definitely a highlight on any travel itinerary for the fit and adventurous, the main temple lies at 1,175m above sea level, up on the peak of the namesake Mount Lempuyang in East Bali. The heights are reachable via a steep staircase of over 1,700 steps, with attractions along the way including several other temples and hordes of grey long-tailed macaques that inhabit the surrounding cool mountain forests
22. How about walking at this infinity pool to enjoy your weekend? At Bali, Indonesia
Bali is the most popular island holiday destination in the Indonesian archipelago. The island’s home to an ancient culture that's known for its warm hospitality. Exotic temples and palaces set against stunning natural backdrops are some of its top attractions. Dining in Bali presents endless choices of local or far-flung cuisine. After sunset, famous nightspots come to life offering exciting clubbing and packed dance floors. Inland, towering volcanoes and pristine jungles greet you with plenty to see and do. Most can't stay away from the beach for long, though. Enjoy amazing beach resorts and luxury resorts in any of Bali’s famous areas. These include Kuta, Seminyak and Jimbaran where most of the great hotels pand villas are right on the beach. They’re also home to most of Bali’s exciting surf spots. For tranquil seascapes and sunrises, the eastern beach resorts. These include Sanur, Nusa Dua and the remote coast of Candidasa are your best bets
23. Sometimes we need to follow a path to undertake the most beautiful journey of our life at Tukad Cepung Waterfall, Bali
Well hidden between rocks, Tukad Cepung Waterfall is definitely one of the most unique spots in Bali. This place is comparatively cooler and offers an immense sense of peace and tranquillity
Tukad Cepung is a rising star among Bali waterfalls. Tourists flock here to take that perfect shot.
The waterfall can be seen between the rock formations and if you are lucky enough, the sun rays will create an amazing show just for you.
24. Another sunset point in Canggu. Can you mention where is it? At The Beach Love, Pantai Kedungu
25. Enjoy the beautiful sky on this place where you can see the temple surrounded by a beautiful lake, at Ulun Danu Beratan Temple, Bali
With a cold weather, it would be a perfect place to enjoy the sunrise isn’t it?
Visits to the Ulun Danu Beratan temple are subject to an entrance fee of IDR 7,500 for domestic tourists and IDR 10,000 for foreigners. Those who want more than scenery may hire traditional jukung outriggers to tour the lake as well as motorized boats for a quicker ride. The other side of the Beratan Lake also offers various water sports such as parasailing and jet-skis.
Close to the temple complex visitors can hire fishing gear and bait to pass the time away on the lakeside. The Eka Karya Botanical Gardens is also a highlight of the Bedugul region, with access located nearby.
26. Spot that you need to know when visiting Bali. Which one is your favorite place?
27. Hidden gem in Payangan, Gianyar. North of Ubud!
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