Bali is synonymous with a tropical paradise in our minds and reminds us of sun, sand and sea. It has gradually picked up pace and is deemed as one of the most popular tourist destinations for youngsters. It is the perfect amalgamation of the spiritual, and the adventurous with its exotic islands, tropical jungles, delicious food, stunning seascapes and relaxing spas. We have created a list of the Top 20 Things to Do in Bali Indonesia:
- Try scuba diving
Bali is full of Scuba Diving destinations, where you can admire the exotic underwater world accompanied by an experienced diver. In case you are in Seminyak and are looking to get PADI certified, head to Adventure Scuba Diving Bali where you will be taught how to dive safely. If you are an experienced diver, you can directly sign up for a diving trip with the Seminyak based diving school. This is one of the most fun things to do in bali for a couple.
- Go horse riding
One of the most popular things to do in Bali is the chance to go horse riding. Trips along the beach usually take two hours to complete and one can ride along the beach from Seminyak to Canggu. Each rider is assigned a horse and there will be professional guides to lead one along the sand to make sure that all riders enjoy the ocean views while not compromising on their safety.
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- Go surfing Those who have been to Bali will vouch for the fact that the place is made for surfing. If you are looking at an option less crowded than Kuta, you could always head to Seminyak Beach where the waves provide some surfing opportunities. This is a good place to go swimming as well. Apart from Seminyak, Kuta is a great destination for beginners whereas other spots like Uluwatu or some beach at Canggu are for. experienced surfers. This is one of the top 10 things to do in bali kuta .
- Sea walking in Tanjung Benua beachOne of the most enthralling things to do in Bali, this will be a great fit for you if you are a water baby! One can indulge in this exciting activity after reaching the tour locality in Kabupaten Badung. Tanjung Benua beach in Nusa Dua is known for its crystal clear and calm seawater. Irrespective of whether you know swimming or not, you can partake in this activity and reach the sea floor using the stairs. Once you reach the seafloor, you can look at the beautiful fishes, coral reefs and marine plants.
- Relax at Seminyak Yoga Shala
Bali is famous for its yoga and Seminyak is no exception. New on the yoga scene here is Seminyak Yoga Shala which is located on the central artery of Jalan Seminyak and also has a raw food cafe onsite. There are a range of different classes you can take every day that will suit a variety of levels of ability and you can also try different types of yoga such as Ashtanga and Mysore and there are also Qi Gong and Tai Chi classes available here.
- Dream Museum Zone, Bali 3D
Dream Museum Zone (DMZ) Bali is a fun and interactive art gallery featuring a vast collection of three-dimensional, life-size murals for visitors to pose and play with. The gallery features a rich array of masterfully painted artworks that each serves as interactive backdrops for illusory three-dimensional photography.
- Spend the day by the pool at Potato Head Beach Club
Potato Head Beach Club is one of the premium venues in Seminyak and has a large infinity pool and beach front covered in bean bags and sun loungers. It is the perfect place to come if you fancy a lazy day in Seminyak and you can also rent one of the cabanas here and stay all day sipping on cocktails and enjoying some of the poolside cuisine. This is one of the best things to do in bali in South March.
- Totem Room Escape Challenge Bali
Head to Totem Room Escape Challenge Bali where you and your partner, or a circle of up to six friends, can enjoy a truly fun hour indoors in Seminyak. As a team, you are transported into intricately designed ‘worlds’ or game rooms and thrown right into a scenario with a series of puzzles that only your combined inner sleuths can solve.
- Check out the Theatre Art Gallery
When it comes to the Theatre Art Gallery, the clue is in the name. The gallery focuses on showcasing beautiful Indonesian puppets called wayang that are used when performing traditional Balinese shows. You will find a wide range of different puppets on display here including both antique items and newer models, and this is not to be missed if you want to know more about this amazing Indonesian art form.
- Admire Pura Petitenget
One of the only real ‘attractions’ in Seminyak as such is Pura Petitenget which is one of six important sea temples in Bali. The temples line the coast from Pura Luhur Ulu Watu which is on the Bukit Peninsula and stretch to the most famous temple in Bali which is Pura Tanah Lot in the west of the island.
- Go shopping at the Monkey Forest Road in Ubud
No trip to Bali can be complete without shopping at this famous road, named after the renowned sanctuary of the grey long-tailed macaques. The road is lined with various shops including fashion boutiques for men, women and children. Other items sold by stores here are artworks, accessories, homemade organic jams etc. After an exhausting shopping trip, one can enjoy scrumptious meals served at various restaurants or spend a relaxing time in one of the spas.
- Lounge by the pool at Potato Head Beach Club
It is one of the high-flying venues of Seminyak which is popular for its totally Instagram-worthy infinity pool and beachfront with the brightest of bean bags and sun loungers. If you are interested in spending a lazy day, you can rent a cabana and spend all day here while sipping on refreshing cocktail and enjoying the fabulous food.
- A refreshing soak in a beautiful garden – Jembong Waterfall
Jembong Waterfall has often been said to be one of the most organised waterfalls in the whole of Bali. As you cross the entrance, you will be greeted with a small and well-manicured garden, where there’s even an attention-grabbing selfie pool!
- Mount Batur’s Volcanic Landscape, viewed from Pinggan village
Mount Batur (1,717m) is the most visited volcano in Bali, but most visitors usually join the tourist hordes at Kintamani village for views of the majestic fire-breather. For a view of Batur that’s arguably more spectacular, we suggest you head to the more isolated village of Pinggan.
- The High Cliff at Melasti Beach (Ungasan)
One of the most captivating beaches on Bali’s southern coast is largely ignored by tourists. It’s mostly in-the-know photographers who make it down to Melasti, drawn to its beautiful rock formations and stunning high cliffs.
- Soak in a ‘Jacuzzi’ on the Tegal Wangi Beach
Another wonder of nature that should not be missed – make your way to Tegal Wangi Beach. You’ll be pleasantly surprised by this gorgeous escape. Ever wanted to soak in your private tub with an amazing view of the ocean? Tegal Wangi Beach gives you exactly that.
- Nothing like a Secret Getaway at the Angel’s Billabong
The Angel’s Billabong is one of Nusa Penida’s secret getaways in the form of a marvelous natural infinity pool. With its emerald hues and crystalline waters, the Angel’s Billabong is the epitome of stunning. And apparently, the green floors of this particular infinity pool are so comfortable to walk on (not slippery), it actually feels carpeted.
- The Unique Water Palace of Dreams – Ubud Water Palace
By day, the Ubud Water Palace is majestic. And by night, it morphs into something more magic than majestic. Walk down the bridge through the expansive lotus ponds and make sure to check out the statues and architecture around. Walking through the Ubud Water Palace is almost like walking through an ornate art masterpiece.
- Big Tree Farms Bamboo Chocolate Factory – The Legend in Making
What’s better to do with your kids than taking a sneak peek into the behind-the-scenes of something they love? Calling all chocoholics – it’s time to gather and witness the making of those chocolate bars you’ve been having some serious crush on. You can do so at this perfect and exclusive place, which is also known as one of Bali’s hidden farms.
- Finding Nemo – The Ultimate Seawalker Experience
There will be no miracles as no one is walking on water but instead, you are going to walk under it. Even the non-swimmers in the family can enjoy this underwater discovery. It does not get better than this, getting up close and personal with the fish and stunning aquatic life – you won’t even get your hair wet.
There are more than the 20 things that we have mentioned above to do in Bali that will keep you engaged for your week! If you are planning your honeymoon or know anybody else who is, you should definitely recommend Bali which has recently emreged as one of the best honeymoon destinations. Explore affordable bali honeymoon packages from India from Smart Holiday Shop by contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 7838398058.