The south of Bali is one of the most popular parts of the island. If you’re looking for things to do in South Bali you will find that the this part of the island has a lot to offer. There’s the shopping, beaches, water sports madness and the partying. It’s a great place for tourists and an exciting place to explore. For Bali tour packages from hyderabad,bali travel packages from india, Call Us at 7838398058 or Email at [email protected]. top 10 things to do in south bali are:
- Enjoy a Sunset Cocktail
The south of Bali has some of the best places to hang out for a drink and enjoy the sunset in Bali. While drinks can be expensive, hey there’s a big tax on alcohol in Indonesia, it’s well worth it for the views. You can find some of my favorite sunset bars in the south of Bali such as Rock Bar, La Laguna and Nalu Bowls.
- Take Some Retail Therapy
The south of Bali is great for shopping. If you are on a budget you can check out the streets of Kuta or Legian. If you have money to spend you should definitely check out Seminyak. Besides being a great area to find surf brands and bikinis (that most of the time are on special offer), you can also find accessories (a lot of friendship bracelets and statement necklaces scattered around the south of Bali )
- Take to the Surf
Bali is synonymous with surfing. Whether you are an expert or just learning how to surf, Southern Bali can accommodate it all. Kuta, Legian, Canggu, Uluwatu, and also Nusa Dua, all have plenty of surfing spots. Be careful of the busy surfing places like Kuta, local surfers can be quite aggressive about getting the waves.
- Explore the Underwater World
The south of Bali is great for dicing. Tulamben is one of the best diving spots (yes, according to me) in Bali. There is also Nusa Penida, which is an island located to the southeast of Bali. It’s also close to Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Ceningan.
- Watch the Devdan Show in Nusa Dua
While the Ramayana Ballet performance is one of the things that you should watch while you are visiting Yogyakarta, Devdan Show is the best attraction in Nusa Dua. If you are into cultural performances and would love to see Indonesian art in a nutshell, you definitely should check out this show.
The show is held Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday (from 7:00-8:30 pm) and involves hundreds of dancers and performers. It is a mixed theatrical performance, with dance and also acrobatics. Though there were a lot of interesting scenes, my favourite part of Devdan Show is the duo strap.
- Make the Most of the Night Life
There is no end to discussions about the nightlife of southern Bali. You’ll see plenty of young tourists go out around 9 pm to enjoy the nightlife and party until the early morning. There are so many places to party here, especially around Kuta, Legian and Seminyak and up to Canggu. If you have a favorite party spot in South Bali then let me know in the comments below.
Uluwatu Temple is one of the most beautiful temples in Bali (I also adore Ulun Danu Bratan temple by the lake Bratan). Visiting Uluwatu Temple is a must, though you should be extra careful about the monkeys in Uluwatu (yes, they are much more aggressive than monkeys in Ubud). Also don’t miss out on the opportunity to watch the sunset and Kecak dance at the temple.
- Make the Ocean Your Playground
Banana boat, parasailing, jet ski, snorkelling, stand up paddling, underwater scooter, yup, name it and you’ll find it in the south of Bali. The most happening thing at the moment is fly-boarding. I never tried, but enjoyed watching people try to fly. It costs around USD 75 for a 20 minute ride and it looks like a lot of fun.
- Check out the unique Labuan Sait Beach
What makes Labuan Sait Beach in Pecatu Village one-of-a-kind is that it’s surrounded by rock cliffs. You need to go through the gaps of the cliffs to reach the beach, giving you an adventurous experience. Upon arrival, you can relax on the soft white sand and admire the view or dip your body into the turquoise water. Just like the other beaches in Bali, Labuan Sait is also a good spot to surf.
- See the cave of Suluban Beach
The waves of Suluban Beach reach up to 3.6 meters (12 feet), making it another surfing paradise. It’s also surrounded by limestone landscapes, all of which provide perfect photo opportunities. However, if you want a different kind of experience, then go explore the cave.
More informations Visit – www.smartholidayshop.in