What to see in Bali

What to see in Bali

What to see in Bali? Do you plan a trip to this fabulous island and you want to know in advance about the places worth visiting there? We will tell you about it.

What to see in Bali

North and Central Islands

It’s impossible to truly get to know Bali without leaving its southern coast. Go to the northern and central parts of the island - you will not get such vivid impressions in other places. You can see the beautiful mountains and volcanoes that hide the blue lakes in their craters, as well as the only golf course on the planet of volcanic origin. There, at an altitude of about 3,000 meters, it is much cooler than on the coast. So you can take a break from the heat and enjoy the mountain air.
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Rice terraces

There are magnificent emerald rice terraces in various parts of the island, but the most beautiful of them are near the city of Ubud. You will see cascades of green fields of various shades: from light green to bright malachite. In addition to the unique views, in Ubud you will also be pleased with the paintings of local artists and the best products of folk art.

Monkey Forest

Near Ubud is located and the amazing Monkey Forest.Here you can talk with our distant ancestors very close, without fear of any aggression on their part. Buy in advance or at the park entrance bananas. Funny monkeys will gladly climb on your shoulder to get to the proposed banana.

Park of butterflies, birds and reptiles

Lovers of exotic nature should visit this amazing place. Unique creations of the most diverse types and colors will come very close to you, often even without an aviary. Butterflies will sit on your shoulders, head and arms like exotic decorations!

The temples

To get acquainted with the historical and cultural heritage of the Balinese it is worth seeing the most interesting and famous temples. One of them is the Uluwatu temple, which is closest to the southern coast of the island. It is best to come here in the evening to enjoy the sunset and dance Kechak.

Temple Tanah Lot is located near the western part of Bali, right into the sea on a small island. This can only be reached at low tide. However, the best photos come from the shore.

The most majestic and largest temple of the island is Besakih, “the mother of all the temples in Bali”.And on the volcanic lake Bratan there is an incredibly beautiful Oolong Danu temple.

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