Best Places To Visit in Bali

Our first vacation in Bali, and we were so thrilled! We heard so much about this beautiful Island of the Gods, and wanted to experience it all. For sure, we would be going to all the Best Places to Visit in Bali.

I heard of some of these places from my students. My friend heard some from his friends. Then we went surfing on the Internet to get a list of all the places we would like to visit.

It was a very long list. I did not know Bali has so much to offer!’

We would visit all of these fun and exciting attractions in due time. For our first visit, we only had a few days. And we wanted a slow and easy paced holiday. So, we narrowed down to just the sights along the coast of Bali.

We reserved Ubud, and the rest of Bali for future visits. Meantime, please continue reading to see the places we discovered.


What You Need To Know About Bali, Indonesia?

Before continuing to see the Best Places to Visit in Bali, you may want to find out more about this lovely island.

Where it is located? Who are the people? What is the culture and religion? What is the dress code? What are the Best Places to Visit in Bali? What are the Best Places to Eat in Bali? And so much more.

To learn all that, and more, click on the image below.

Bali - The Ultimate Guide
Bali – The Ultimate Guide

Ready to find out more about the Best Places to Visit in Bali? Continue reading.


Are There Many Places To Visit in Bali, Indonesia?

Before we reached Bali, we found out that there were so many temples to see, so many waterfalls to enjoy, so many beaches to swim in, and so many fun and exciting activities to do in Bali.

As we planned our itinerary with our tour guide, we learned that there are different regions in Bali. Each has lots of interesting places and activities. But, unless you are staying Bali for a long time, a vacation usually has only a few days for the experience.

So, for now, we feature the sights along the coastal areas. When we visit Ubud, we will share about that, too.


What To See in Bali, Indonesia?

Along the coast of Bali, there are many beautiful beaches. Each is unique and different. Below is the Petitenget Beach. It was the first beach we explored on our first day in Bali.

It was so memorable. Click on the image below to read more about our experience here. There are photos and a video to show you what the place looks like.

Best Places To Visit In Bali - Best Beaches in Bali - Petitenget Beach
Best Places To Visit In Bali – Best Beaches in Bali – Petitenget Beach

I was so awed by the view at The Uluwatu Temple. This is a popular Instagrammable spot. Just look at the image below. Is it not magnificent?

The deep blue sea that is wide and vast. The soft bubbles as the waves crash on the shores. The tall and steep cliff that affords a bird’s eye view of the entire landscape.

Click on the image below to read the story of this place as well as the many lovely photos and a video to bring you there.

Best Places To Visit In Bali - The Uluwatu Temple
Best Places To Visit In Bali – The Uluwatu Temple

When in Bali, you must experience their culture. And one of the ways is to be a captive audience at a kecak dance. Specifically, the famous and popular kecak dance at The Uluwatu Temple.

You must not miss watching the video. Click on the image below now to see.

Best Places To Visit In Bali - The Uluwatu Temple Kecak Dance
Best Places To Visit In Bali – The Uluwatu Temple Kecak Dance

I am sure you must have seen many photos of this place. And yet, they are not enough. Aside from personally being there to experience this once-in-a-lifetime place, you must read about our time there.

It was truly magical. Click the image below now.

Best Places To Visit In Bali - Tanah Lot Temple
Best Places To Visit In Bali – Tanah Lot Temple

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Wishing you and your loved ones safe and happy travels,

Timotheus

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