Travel to Bali, Indonesia
There is no other place like Bali. The Isle of the Gods offers superb beaches, countless waves to surf, colourful ceremonies, and talented artists. There is a wide range of hotels and accommodation, restaurants, spas, shops and activities of all kinds, all close by and at very fair prices.
Travel to Bali - Things to do
Travel to Bali - Places to go
- The beaches
Whether you are looking for isolated expanses of fine white sand, secret coves under imposing limestone cliffs or black beaches that evoke Bali's volcanic past, there is bound to be a secret beach that will suit you in Bali.
- The Tanah Lot Temple
It is one of the most important monuments in Bali, known for its unique position at sea with the sunset as a backdrop. An ancient Hindu sanctuary perched in the middle of the waves; the temple is one of the icons not to be missed in Bali.
- Uluwatu Temple
Imagine a large cliff on which a temple is perched, and add to that a splendid view... The temple is located on the Bukit peninsula, in the far south of Bali, where there are also some beautiful beaches like Balangan and many excellent surf spots. The construction of this majestic temple in Uluwatu began in the 11th century on the edge of a cliff, 70 metres above the Indian Ocean.
- The Besakih temple
Also known as the Bali "mother temple", it is the largest temple on the island. Eighteen separate shrines belonging to different castes surround the three main temples dedicated to Brahma and Vishnu.
Travel to Bali - Activities
- The Ubud Monkey Forest
You will see dozens of monkeys in the middle of the temples, and will even have bananas to feed them
- Mount Batur
A trek at the top of the 1700 meters of this volcano is a great experience for all travellers eager for new sensations. The perfect time to hike is at sunrise: leaving at 4am, you will arrive in time for the first light of day (at 6am). This hike is relatively easy and the trails are quite well marked. From there, you will have a panoramic view of the entire region.
- The Ubud market
Open every day, you can find pretty silk scarves, shirts, hand-woven bags, shoes or hats, statues, and many other handmade products.
- Attend a Kecak dance
This dance recounts the story of Prince Rama seeking to free his wife Siva, kidnapped by the demon Ravana.
Travel to Bali - Where to eat ?
$: Fair Warung Balé - Fair Future Foundation
The profits of this restaurant are used to finance treatments; you enjoy yourself and do a good deed
Address: Jalan Sriwedari 6, 100m from the main road of Ubud, Indonesia
$$: Amok Sunset
Located on the small island of Nusa Penida, come and enjoy a meal and a cocktail by their pool.
Address: Gamat Bay, 80771, Indonesia
$$$: Swept Away at The Samaya Ubud
The setting of this meal facing the river will only seduce you, in addition to the choice of menu
Address: Banjar Baung, Desa Sayan, The Samaya Ubud, Ubud
Travel to Bali - Where to stay ?
$: New Ubud Hostel
Very good location, an ideal place for backpackers
Address: Arjuna Street 2B, 80571 Ubud, Indonesia
$$: Tapa Tepi Kali by Pramana
The rooms are spacious and the staff take care of themselves
Address: Jalan Padang Linjong, Canggu, Indonesia
$$$: Nau Villa Ubud
In your small bungalow, you have seen the rice fields from your private swimming pool. This hotel is really amazing.
Address: Bajar Sebatu, Desa Sebatu, Tegalalang, Indonesia