Also known as the Land of the Gods, Bali appeals through its sheer natural beauty of looming volcanoes and lush terraced rice fields that exude peace and serenity. It is also famous for surfers' paradise!
Bali is a province of Indonesia and is approximately 153km wide and 112km high with a total land area of approximately 5,780 square km (2,231 square miles). The province includes the island of Bali and a few smaller neighbouring islands, such as Nusa Penida, Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Ceningan.
Bali, the famed Island of the Gods, with its varied landscape of hills and mountains, rugged coastlines and sandy beaches, lush rice terraces, and volcanic hillsides all providing a picturesque backdrop to its colorful, deeply spiritual, and unique culture stakes a serious claim to be paradise on earth.
Komaneka Fine Art Gallery features unique work by artists with new and exciting visions that reflect the lifestyles of contemporary connoisseurs.
Mount Batur in Bali, an active volcano is a beautiful hike uphill to its summit of 1,717 m above sea level. A two hour trek leads one to beautiful scenic vistas of lake Batur, mountains, and hot healing springs. Though an active volcano, the last Mount Batur eruption was recorded in 2000.
Expansive amusement park featuring water slides, zip-lines, paintball & a wave pool.
One of the most famous water parks of Bali, Waterbom is also one of Asia's top water parks that gives a boutique, botanical waterpark experience. It is a great place to spend an entire day splashing and swimming with your entire family. The park has numerous rides, each more unique and enjoyable than the next.
One of the busiest water temples in Indonesia, Tirta Empul is a temple considered sacred by Balinese Hindu community. The temple has several holy springs which are said to have been created by The God Indra and believed to be blessed water that could purify those who bathe there.
It houses approximately 340 monkeys which are known as long-tailed Macaques (Macaca fascicularis ). There are four groups of monkeys each occupying different territories in the park. The Sacred Monkey Forest is a popular tourist attraction in Ubud and is often visited by over 10,000 tourists a month.
Trunyan is notable for its peculiar treatment of dead bodies, in which they are placed openly on the ground, simply covered with cloth and bamboo canopies, and left to decompose. The influence of a nearby tree is said to remove the putrid smell of the corpses.
The key highlight of the Pura Ulun Siwi Temple is the presence of the antiquated statues that belong to the seventeenth century and consist of the majestic figure of the Lord Astha Wasu to the north, which is a mould of Gana Patya, the Arca Pancha Pandavas in the center, which is a statue of Bhima.