Ever imagine about heaven? Or do you wonder how heaven and paradise be like? Welcome to this site/article that will bring "IT" a reality to you. Introducing BALI Island, the land of Gods, that will hypnotizes you with it's magic realm, beautyness, outstanding natures, and sacred cultures. Let it brings you to PARADISE on earth. Here are some treasures that u can do or find. Just enjoy it and explore!!!!

  1. Dolphin-spotting at Lovina

    North part of Bali gives you another natural attraction that will make you happy. The best way to be able to see the wild dolphins out at sea is by arranging an early morning dolphin watching then renting a jukung (traditional outrigger boat). Because I stayed in West Bali, I needed to wake up extra early before sunrise the go to the beach, so it’s better if you stay in Lovina a night before. A heap of fun is in the air and the real challenge was capture that perfect moment of dolphins. Some of my dolphin's photos are blurred but the memory stays.
  2. Exploring Ubud

    I could not deny that Ubud offers culture and magnificent vistas deliver relaxation from the humdrum of metropolitan life. Located in the cool mountains, it just takes around 60 minutes drive from southern Bali. Lush green forest, cool atmosphere, and friendly local people, I have got in Ubud. A famous museum that I visited is Puri Lukisan Museum, Neka Museum, Seniwati Gallery and Agung Rai Museum.
  3. Sacred Ubud monkey forest

    When you arrive, you will see a sign that written Padang tegal Mandala Wisata Wanara Wana Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary. The fame name of this place is Bali Ubud Monkey Forest. A small rain forest is strategically located in the heart of Ubud Village. There are around 200 monkeys in Ubud forest. These monkeys are believed as Gods Guard of Dalem Agung Temple. The maintenance and management of special place like this attract the attention of researchers from all over the world; especially the interaction between human beings and the monkeys of this sacred place are subject to surveys and research studies.
  4. Eating babi guling (suckling pig)

    Ask a Balinese people, what a must try the food when vacationing in Bali, they will say ‘Babi Guling' (Suckling Pig). It is the most famed dishes in the island and it stuffed and infused with a spicy concoction typically involving turmeric, coriander seeds, lemongrass, black pepper and garlic, and traditionally spit-roasted. You can eat this Babi Guling not only on Bali's ceremonies but also in warungs (traditional roadside eateries) all over Bali.
  5. Spa and wellness

    treatment Fresh your mind and bring back your energy. I tried one of spa types in Ubud, reduce my stress and renew my inner and outer energy. This place so calms that I enjoy every massage and since I entered the room, I smell a tasteful aromatherapy. The staff used the healing culture of Bali where traditional treatments. Really an activity that brings back your energy after all adventurous things.
  6. Interact with exotic animals at Bali Zoo

    Bring your kids to Bali Zoo and get your happiness. Referred to as ‘Kebun Binatang Bali' situated within the quaint locality of Singapadu. I saw many tropical plants and an extensive collection of fauna ranging from mammals, birds, and reptiles. Their daily programs including feeding the animals is a must-try. It’s okay because of everything under supervision. I snuggled with a baby monkey too and the zoo staff helped to take a photo for you.
  7. Bali's nightlife

    Sun went down, different atmosphere along Seminyak and Kuta is started. You will find the wealth of bars, clubs and sunset chill-out spots. As far as I explored, Kuta tends to pull in a younger, wilder crowd with mega-clubs, ultra-cheap drinks, and a musical focus on reggae, top 40, R&B, and mainstream dance music, while Seminyak typically attracts a hipper, more refined group of clubbers. Choose yours.
  8. Visiting Ubud Royal Palace

    The Ubud Royal Palace (Puri Saren Ubud) is one of the most prominent places. It is situated on the main street of Ubud. The Ubud Palace is a gorgeous royal palace with traditional houses where the Ubud King lived. You are free to wander the front courtyards of the palace compound and view the well- preserved buildings and lush garden.
  9. "Sate bawah pohon" in Kuta

    It is a must try street food in Bali that you should be written on your list. They called ‘Sate babi bawah pohon' (pork satay under the tree). The vendor sells ‘sate babi' (pork satay) grilled with special sauce; the combination of sweet and spicy sauce marinade together with soft pork meat. When I tried to eat the satay, it simply minds blowing my appetite. To complete the delights, you should eat the satay a traditional rice cake (lontong.) Enjoying super verdant
  10. Tegalalang Rice Terrace

    Do you plan to visit Tegalalang rice terrace? Tegalalang Rice Terrace is one of the tourist icons on the north side of Ubud, around a half hour drive. This rice terrace located 600 meters above sea level so that the daytime temperature around 24 degree Celsius. In this place, you will see the Balinese farmer do their rice field in the oblique area complete with its system irrigation. Not only viewing the rice terrace, you also can have scrumptious cuisine at the restaurant that facing the paddy fields.
  11. Tenganan traditional village

    Although nowadays everything is ultra modern, Balinese people still hold their culture in every generation. Tenganan Village is one of the oldest Balinese Ancient Villages located in Karangasem Regency. It retains its ancient pre-Hindu customs through a h4 code of non-fraternization with outsiders and the Tenganese people who move out of the village are not welcomed back, nor are their spouses if the village people get married to outsiders. The houses are designed the traditional way, the village people still hold the traditional religious ritual ceremonies, and live the ancient Balinese lifestyle of using every means to keep their lifestyle pure and clean.
  12. Swinging over tropical forest with panoramic view

    A simple activity will give you thrilling and addictive sensations guaranteed. This swinging spot is about 20 minutes from central Ubud. A swing hanging from coconut trees, high atop a hill, when you are swinging as far as you see you will view of the jungle, Ayung River, and even a mini waterfall.
  13. Learn how to cook Balinese cuisine

    Balinese cuisine not only made by rich ingredients but also arts on it. Join the cooking class and get the eventful experience. Through the course, you will learn what kinds of ingredients are used and how to change the level of spiciness for every palate with fun preparation steps. The focus is not limited to the food only, but also the process and history behind it. Some of the classes also provide vegan/vegetarian food recipe, so do not worry if you are vegetarian. PS: there are many delicious authentic vegan/vegetarian foods too in Bali.
  14. Catch the sunrise at Mount Batur

    When the tourists think about countless resorts, relaxing spas, or epic waves, there is nothing quite likes trekking in pure darkness to see one of the most incredible sunrises unravels in front of your eyes. Enjoy the sunrise from the top of an active volcano. The beauty of the view is promising; glorious sunrise and stunning morning view filling your mind and soul.
  15. Trunyan cemetery

    Do you know one of the villages in Bali has a tradition that the dead bodies do not bury? Find this tradition in Truyan village where located at the edge of Batur Lake. The only one way to go to the cemetery is by boat because it is an isolated place and it takes time around half an hour across the calm waters. When you arrive at the cemetery, the dead are simply laid on the ground and left to rot. Bizarrely, the dead bodies do not produce bad smells.
  16. Pemuteran underwater temple

    If on your list, you want to do diving; you must try to dive in Pemuteran. It is a perfect spot for diving because you will get calm water, almost no currents, and crystal clear water. This "temple" was built as part of a recent environmental conservation program that creates the most unusual and beautiful underwater art imaginable.
  17. Joining Ngaben Ceremony

    Balinese people have many ceremonies that lead them to the harmony. The ceremony of death also you can be found in Bali called Ngaben. It is a funeral ritual performed to send the deceased to the next life. The local people are usually willing to allow respectful foreign guests to experience this unique way of sending off the deceased to the next life. PS: This ceremony cannot be predicted the date because it will be according to the dead person and families ability to hold the Ngaben ceremony.
  18. Ogoh-ogoh festival

    Before the day of Nyepi ceremony, there are several processions; one of those processions is Ogoh- ogoh. It can be said that Ogoh-ogoh is the most amusing event before Nyepi. Balinese people made the representation of the demon, any kind of demons. They will bring them around then burn them at the end of the parade.
  19. Marigold flower fields

    When visiting Bali, you will find many Canang Sari (offerings to gods) everywhere and when you look closely you will find yellow flowers on it. What type of flower is it? It is Marigolds flower or Balinese people call it Bunga Gemitir. You can see it along the roadside between Bedugal and Kintamani. Commonly used for daily offerings in Bali – fresh Marigolds, rice and incense make the perfect set, seen in beautiful handmade offerings everywhere. This sea of gold is ready to be captured as the memories of your awesome Bali adventure.
  20. Sunset dinner at Jimbaran Bay

    Having your dinner on the beach is the superb way to finish your day. Jimbaran Bay is your answer. It situated the South of Bali, in between Kuta and the Bukit. This is a unique opportunity to dine on the sand and to savor the experience of fire-grilled seafood, Indonesian style.
  21. Besakih temple as the mother of temples in Bali

    Well known as "Mother Temple of Bali", Besakih temple is situated on the slope of Agung Mount. Feel the temple offers breathtaking mountain scenery with artistic temple complex. It consisted of three main temples dedicated to Shiva, Brahma and Vishnu that separated on eighteen sanctuaries belonging to different regencies and caste groups. The complex also houses the oldest remaining gamelan instrument in Bali called ‘selonding'.
  22. Campuhan ridge walk

    Do you love outdoor activities? Trekking activity to Campuhan ridge walk will fun too. While you hiking a trail, you will be accompanied by the amazing natural side of Ubud. Feel the fresh air that brings back your energy and see full of a romantic impression in every single landscape.
  23. Blanco Renaissance Museum

    As the heart of arts in Bali, Ubud has the unofficial landmark that must be visited by the tourist. With an iconic gate that easy to find, Blanco Renaissance Museum is the house and studio of the late flamboyant Philippine-born maestro, Don Antonio Blanco. You will see a lot of thought-provoking collections, illustrated poetry, and lush garden surrounding it. His favorite subject for his arts is nude Balinese women. Enjoy his works and get a new perspective.
  24. Watching Kecak fire dance

    Dancing as a part of arts cannot be separated in Bali's culture. Kecak dance that was also known as the Ramayana Monkey Chant performed by a circle of at least 150 performers wearing a checked cloth around their waists. You will hear they say "Chark-a, chark-a, chark-a, chark-a", and on… the chant goes and moving their hands and arms. This dance depicts a battle from the Ramayana. With the background of Bali's sunset, this Kecak dance is mesmerizing.
  25. Traditional shopping market in Ubud

    Traditional shopping markets in Ubud promise an interesting adventure that brings unforgettable holiday experience. When you wander around the markets, you will realize that there are no set prices, it means bargaining is essential. ‘Shopping' is not always related to an actual purchase, viewing then seeking the various products from one stall to others will be your highlight too.
  26. Learning how to surf

    Consistent waves and weather in Bali are the superb conditions for professional surfers or tourist who wants to learn surfing. Along with Bali's sandy south-western coast, and the likes of Kuta, Legian and up north to Canggu, there are sandy beach breaks that provide ideal spots to improve your wave riding.
  27. Camel riding sensation along the seashore

    Have you imagined riding a camel in Bali? Meet friendly Australian camels in Nusa Dua. The camels are equipped with a comfortable seat and handrail so that you can hold on throughout the ride. Along the riding time, you will also stopover at traditional historic seaweed farming village and see a white sand beach surrounded by nature and some temples. Do not forget to capture the beautiful landscape on it.
  28. Walking in the sea

    If snorkeling or diving, is not on your list, how about exploring marine life with "an easy way"? You will go down the stairs to the bottom of the sea with unique helmet design while seeing the wild fish surrounding you. .Fresh air is constantly supplied from a hose to the helmet. You can get face-to- face with the sea life then you can explore the marine biodiversity. You will be accompanied by instructors during the activity. Just relax and feel your closeness to nature.
  29. Devdan Show – The story of Indonesian archipelago

    If you bring your family when a vacation in Bali, Devdan Show will be the right choice for all family members. In this show, you will watch and discover Indonesian's cultural heritage such as in Bali, Sumatra, Java, Borneo, and Papua. This show combines traditional and modern dance, and there are many special effects and acrobatic acts.
  30. Be a Balinese farmer for a day

    Join the local farmer while they are working on the rice field using the traditional tools. You will know how Balinese people implement their traditional irrigation system called ‘Subak'. While enjoying passing on the rice field line, more variety vegetables could be seen and you can hold a short chat with other local farmers too.
  31. Bunut bolong tree

    What makes this tree is unique?. This tree is in the middle of the road since it is impossible to build the road either on the right or on the left sides of the tree (on east sides by clove plantation and on the west side gorge with excellent lush green tropical forest). In a simple way, it is a huge banyan tree with the big hole in it, so that bicycle, car, or even truck can pass this tree.
  32. Stopover in Balinese abandoned places

    While there are extravagant, well-maintained spots throughout the island, Bali's also has ‘the dark side' about the abandoned places. Completely devoid of human life, these locations are the perfect destinations for the curious and adventurous tourist that give an intriguing experience. Several places that you should be added on your list are the deserted Taman Festival amusement park in Sanur, abandoned plane in South Kuta, abandoned temple in Karangasem, and Taman Rekreasi Bedugul Hotel
  33. Flying boarding at Nusa Dua

    An activity that tests your adrenaline and a chance to show your kid that you really are Superman. The fly board was invented in Spring 2011; a fly board rider stands on a board connected by a long hose to a watercraft. Water is forced under pressure to a part of boots with jet nozzles underneath which provide thrust for the rider to fly up to 15 m in the air or to dive headlong into the water down to 2,5 m.
  34. Having a hair braid

    If you bring your kids in Bali, having a hair braid is one activity for your love ones. Hair braids are still as popular as they were back in the 90's when children on holiday used to beg their parents for a groovy multicolored thread to be put in their hair. Kuta beach is the place to go!
  35. Exploring Bali on a scooter

    Bali offers an endless bundle of exotic sights and sounds. Not really a new way to enjoy Bali, yet by renting a scooter, it gives the freedom to explore myriads small roads, set your own schedule, and one thing to get noted is you can save your time. A scooter is a perfect choice for solo travelers, couples, and the adventurous. Do not worry, scooter rentals can be found almost everywhere since you arrive in Bali.
  36. Cycling around Lake Batur

    Take in the stunning sights of Kintamani, including Mount Batur volcano, Lake Batur, the black lava fields and many beautiful temples, and do it whilst riding a bicycle!
  37. Joining yoga classes

    Bali is growing as the popular destination for health, holistic care, and wellness, as well as yoga is no exception, it well spread throughout the island. You can find a wide range of yoga studios can be found at all levels and many setting up are offering; some closing to nature so that well away from the hustle, while others are near busy hubs. Whatever your yoga studios choice, it will give the good ones.
  38. Galungan ceremony

    Bali not only offers beaches, shopping center, and arts but also sacred ceremonies lead Balinese people to get peace. One of the important ceremonies in Bali is Galungan. This ceremony is about the victory of dharma over adharma or good over bad things. When Balinese people setting up iconic ‘Penjor' (bamboo poles decorated with young coconut leaf decorations) line the streets all over Bali, it means Galungan will be held.
  39. Agung Rai Museum of Art

    Ubud cannot be separated from Arts, situated in town center, The Agung Rai Museum of Art (ARMA) that founded by Agung Rai, a Balinese who has devoted his life to the preservation and development of Balinese art and culture. Surrounded by tropical gardens, you can see a wide range from traditional to contemporary arts. You are very lucky to visit when local children practice Balinese dancing and during gamelan practice.
  40. Water sport in Tanjung Benoa

    White sands, good waves and water sports activities are the finest choice to do. Why is Tanjung Benoa special? It because Tanjung Benoa Bali beach has a different type of waves with the other beach, such as calm and very safe for water sport. Various water sports can be done from parasailing, Jet Ski, and banana boat to rolling donut. The best time to stop by here is at 09.00 - 15,00 before the sea water on the low tide.
  41. Hindia ocean landscape from Tanah Lot temple

    One of the famous temples can be you visited is Tanah Lot temple. This temple is unique because it looks like separated from the land and like floating in the sea; you will see the magnificent temple perched on a rock just a few meters offshore. Situated in coastal side of Tabanan Regency, Tanah Lot is very crowded from afternoon to pre-sunset; bring your camera to catch the majestic sunset vibes around Tanah Lot.
  42. Visiting the National Park

    West part of Bali is a hidden jewel that has to be visited. When you visit the National Park, you will find very varied plants, such as rainforest, dry savanna, acacia scrub and lowland forests. If you plan to explore the park, you will have to hire an official park guide and the best time to visit is at the end of the dry season/start of the wet season, around from August to December.
  43. Bali bird park

    Wanna see and interact with more than 1000 birds? Bali Bird Park is the right sweet escape to your family or friends. Hundreds of different bird species can be found throughout the park grounds in the magnificent aviaries and individual enclosures. Several of the bird varieties jointly dwell and roam free on the open tree perches and in the interweaving ponds throughout the park grounds. Furthermore, you can find Reptile Park offers an extensive assortment of reptile and amphibian specimens among the horticultural gardens.
  44. Visiting Sukawati art market

    Your Bali's trip will not complete if you are not visiting Sukawati art market. Why? It is the most distinguished and long-standing art market in Bali where you can seek and purchase distinctively Balinese art items start from paintings and sculpted wooden figures up to handicrafts.
  45. Rainforest Horse Riding In Munduk Langki

    Wanna get other experience of horse riding in Bali? Horse riding in Munduk Langki is the answer. You will indulge a horseback riding at the tropical rain forest and can hear the various sounds of the forest animals, birds, cicadas, monkeys, etc. When you arrive in Tamblingan Lake, you will see traditional boat ride that lined neatly. Do not forget to capture the gorgeous landscape of Tamblingan Lake.
  46. Wandering around the underground labyrinth Goa Gala-Gala

    When finished explore Nusa Lembongan beaches, do not forget to explore the underground house, yet some people said this place looks more a labyrinth than a house. The official name of this place is Goa Gala-Gala that was built by Made Byasa, started from 1961 until 1976. You can feel that this place is full of dedication and determination. This underground also contains a bedroom, dining room, kitchen, bathroom, and of course, a sacred meditation room. This limestone house can be found through a path veering off the main road towards Ceningan Bridge.
  47. Visiting Bali Butterfly Park

    If you are butterflies or incest lovers, Taman Kupu-Kupu Bali (Bali Butterfly Park) is a right place to be explored. Located in the village of Wanasari, north of the Tabanan regency's capital, Bali Butterfly Park is a conservation where shows a wide range of specimens. Not only displays the specimens but also educates, especially for younger's; they can see a butterfly be born to look closely. Surrounded by the lush garden, you can find a nursery too where new butterflies are being hatched every day.
  48. Turtle conservation

    If you are an animal lover, do not forget to check out the Turtle Conservation and Education Centre. Apart from learning interesting facts and watching the entire growth process of these endangered sea creatures, ‘adopt' your own baby turtle to release into the sea.
  49. Experience a day of silence

    Nyepi Day is a day of silence that occurs only in Bali, can be called as Balinese New Year. It is a day of reflection, with no noise, and no lights in houses; all the activities in Bali stopping. You must stay inside (hotels and villas still have food and beverage outlets open). This unique experience gets only on Bali.
  50. The Kopi Luwak culture

    As a coffee lover, do not miss to try Kopi Luwak and to know how to make it. Kopi Luwak is made from coffee beans that have not been digested from the civet or Luwak that is a curious process on how to make coffee but the taste is there, and this is also the Bali's most expensive coffee cup.
  51. Trying local food in warungs

    Trying local food in warungs will give you unique experience for culinary. As I know that Bali is a part of Indonesia, there is so many types of super delicious food can be found. I recommend you to try Indonesian Nasi Goreng (fried rice), can be said that the rice's texture quite different with rice in your country, it will give you mind-blowing appétit. Besides that, Balinese foods that I recommend are Bebek Betutu, Lawar, Sambal Matah, and Sate Lilit. I could not resist that delicious food will complete your trip.
  52. Relaxing at Gitgit Waterfall

    Fresh air, cold water, and lush tropical plants are what I got in this waterfall; Gitgit waterfall is a beautiful panoramic nature in North Bali. To get this waterfall, I had to walk minutes from the entrance gate. The water was so cold and refreshing when touches your skins. If you afraid to play water under the waterfall, you can sit on the rocks around the waterfall, take gorgeous nature photos and enjoy the nature sounds. By the way, the wild monkeys often appear in this waterfall to get water.
  53. Angel's billabong

    If you are looking for a natural infinity pool, I will answer Angel's Billabong on Nusa Penida. The water is clear as a mirror, so I cannot able to reject the desire to swim. Floating and relaxing while taking in the beauty of the sea that lies beyond the edge of the pool is the finest moment. The best time to visit is between 9 – 11 am because of the ocean waves are calm. I believed that it is one of true heaven!.
  54. The Holy water in Tirta Empul Temple

    Take a note that Tirta Empul temple is a must visited temple while you are in Bali. I suggest you enter the temple for sightseeing first then join the Balinese tradition. It is about to soak your head under one of the gushing streams of water. You have to make an offering at the temple then climb into the main pool to bathe and pray. Personally, I felt this holy water purifying from the inside out and make me comfy. If you bring an empty mineral bottle, you can collect the holy water to take home. Do not worry the local people will guide about the tradition.
  55. Kelingking Secret Point

    One of the most photogenic spots in Nusa Penida is the Kelingking point, some people also call this place as T-Rex Spot. I am not really into trekking but for this spot I willing to do it. Just follow the dirt paths to the right of the stand, you will find the edge of a cliff that narrows into very thin peninsula jutting out into the ocean. Yes, you are standing on Kelingking point, the limestone contrast dramatically with the turquoise blue waters, what an amazing picturesque. Take photos as many as possible, to get the best Kelingking picture.
  56. Sunbathing at Beach Green Bowl

    Are you seeking for a quieter atmosphere of beaches in Bali? Green bowl Beach is the place to go. If you really want to go to this beach, I remind you to prepare your stamina because you have to go down 300 stairs, vice versa when leaving the beach. Ok, this beach is a small heaven for you who carve a quite gateway; it has soft white sand, blue seawater is clear, complete with rocks that stood firm. Come in the early morning, bring some drinks and snack then spend your half or an even whole day down at the base. A real sweet escape.
  57. Penglipuran Traditional Village

    Some area in Bali still hold their culture tightly, at Panglipuran village, I felt like back in old days of Bali. I can say that this village is well-persevered culture and village layout. As far as I could see, the Balinese houses orient to northeastwards to Mount Agung. Beside of the village, there is a bamboo forest that gives a panoramic lush view, do not miss to capture it. For me, the best time Panglipuran is during Galungan ceremony, because in front of each house is ornate ‘penjor' that create an astonishing sight.
  58. Knowing Bali House Compound

    When I wandered around far from hustle life of Kuta, I realized that there are still a great number of traditional Balinese houses. I just so curious that find info about that house. Balinese people said that the outside is simply a high wall to keep the bad spirits out. Inside there will be a garden and a separate small building (Bale) and there will be one building for cooking, one building for washing and the toilet, and a separate building for each "bedroom", as well as a grain storage and the family temple. They usually invite you to wander around the house. A unique experience to enrich your trip.
  59. Quad Bike Adventure

    If you love adrenaline activities, you must ride Quad Bike in Bali. It does not matter if you never drove a quad bike before (ssst..I also cannot drive a quad bike before, so do not worry). Along 2 hours riding, I experience a full blast moment with an amazing landscape, such as beautiful rice field, pass the rainforest, mud, swamps, etc. Lots of laughs, back to nature and highly recommended. A heap of fun!!!
  60. Rafting at Telaga Waja

    When I get bored with beaches and shopping activities, Rafting at Telaga Waja is my breakout. Do not doubt if this river has a difficulties level 3-4 because the instructor will navigate the raft through torrents, twists, tight turns, and inclined rapids. About 2 hours, my companion is a continual spray of white clear water, passing steep banks and ancient hanging trees, whilst rafting straight through cascading waterfalls of cold natural spring water. The end-point is the climax because I had to hurtle down a 5- meter waterfall at Bajing Dam. What a moment!!!. For sure, I will repeat this activity one day.
  61. Rent a villa as your "home"

    Bali offers a lot type of accommodation, depends on your budget. If you are planning to come to Bali more than 3 people, it's better to rent a villa. Why? It allows for a luxurious and more personal, tailored accommodation experience. Searching through the web and ask the facilities, location, and the quality of the villa are the best way to booking you villa. If you have friends that have been a trip to Bali, they are the best source.
  62. Having a lunch in the middle of paddies field

    Good meals with a backdrop of green rice paddy field are a superb way to refresh your mind and body. I threw away all hustle things on my mind, enjoyed the meals and the scenery; It's not difficult to find a restaurant or cafe with paddies field atmosphere. Because I came around 4 pm, I tried to wait for the sunset. I never imagined that the sunset over paddy fields to be the breathtaking memory, but I was wrong. It's wonderful!
  63. Goa Gajah (Elephant Cave)

    Do not think that you will meet elephants in this spot, there were never any. Ubud never failed to amuse me; Goa Gajah was my interesting spot. Once you enter Goa Gajah, you will see 6 statues of women with water streaming out of a pot held at their bellies. I saw the visitors drink from that pot, so I did it too; it believed as a fountain of youth. Refreshing water. Explore more by clambering down through the rice paddies to Sungai Petanu, where there are crumbling rock carvings of stupas (domes for housing Buddhist relics) on a cliff face and a small cave. Btw, women during their periods are forbidden entrance and wearing a sarong and waist sash is a must; you can rent it at the entrance gate.
  64. Goldsmiths and Silversmiths village

    A good place for jewelry lover, Celuk Village, is linked between Bali's Batubulan-Mas- Sukawati-Ubud ‘golden pentacle' of artisans. There are hundreds of goldsmiths-silversmiths works in their home and you are allowed to see the production process. Because I was curious, I asked them whether I could join the process or not, and they said it's okay, how lucky am I. They also gave me a hand how to use the tools properly. They also accept custom-made jewelry, bring your own design and get yours.
  65. How to make Bali's batik

    After several days in Bali, I realized that Balinese people wearing beautiful printed cloth boasting bright colors, called Batik. I so admire the pattern and the colors that I wanted to know how to make it. I took a batik course, along 3hours, I learned with expert craftsmen who taught the process, helped me create a beautiful piece of art by applying different color patterns to cloth and using wax to create your design. Even if you are not an artistic person, go with a bunch of friends and laugh at each other's work! Bring your masterpiece home and it memorable.
  66. Hall of Justice in Bali

    If you want to know about the power and grandeur of the Balinese kings before the Dutch conquered, Kertagosa is the place to go. I saw that Kerta Gosa is not stand alone, but Kerta Gosa is part of the Puri Semarapura royal palace. I found the wayang-style paintings on the ceilings depicting the karmic results of various (mostly bad) actions and it had the aim to awake all trespassers in order not to repeat the badness. I also enjoyed the little museum with many old photos with interesting information about the area and its history.
  67. Taman Ayu Temple

    I agree that this temple regarded as one of the most attractive temples in Bali. For me, it was a pleasure to stroll around the charming, beautiful garden, and admire the early and traditional Balinese architectural that prevail on the island. As far as I could see, are a beautiful park with trees and ponds with amazing architecture. The complex comprises an outer court and three inner courts. The inner courts, sided with stone fences, have different elevations, and the inner most are the highest one. The surrounding temples are well maintained and peaceful though suggest trying to get there before 11.00am to enjoy best the place.
  68. Tubing Adventure at Ayung River

    I have done with rafting and tubing adventure gave an adventure memory. I did it in Ayung River, I floated with my own tube through the river along 2,5 hours trip. I had so much fun, the scenery of exotic plants, waterfall, and spills made for a great day. It is saved, the staff was great and very helpful. Get your own the highest enjoyment of tubing.
  69. Ulun Danu Temple

    It is one of the iconic temples for taking a picture and it printed in Indonesian money IDR 50000. Ulun Danu temple is located on the shores of Danu Bratan (Bratan Lake). This temple is unique, because of the floating impression, while the mountain range of the Bedugul region encircling the lake provides the temple with a scenic backdrop; I remembered that this temple similar with Tanah Lot. I suggest you wear a light sweater or extra long sleeve because the climate is a bit cooler.
  70. Get your own tattoo

    Tattoo studios are everywhere in Bali, especially throughout the island's main southern beach resort areas of Kuta, Legian, and Seminyak. Most tattoo studios in Bali are managed by local artists who are as amazing with their pens and sketches as they are with their tattoo guns. Most importantly, demand to know their hygiene procedures and how sterile the tools and environment are. The same applies when you get a piercing here. Tap into your intuition. If something does not feel right, do not get the tattoo.

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