Things to do in Bali

 See The Sunrise

Mount Batur , You approach the mountain via a village called Penelokan. Most climbing trips are arranged in the early hours of the morning to view the sunrise and for a stunning vista of Bali and the surrounding islands.

Seafood Meal in Jimbaran Beach

The most popular places to tuck your feet into the sand and order a delicious seafood meal are along Jimbaran beach

Visit Bali’s capital of culture at Ubud

there are various dance performances and ceremonies at the many temples or artistic centres. Check at the tourist office for the times and places.

Bali spa

Bali has always ranked as one of the Best Spa destinations in the world. The Ayana Resort in Jimbaran was recently named as the Best Hotel Spa in the world by Condé Nast Traveler.

Shopping in Batubulan
Silver ornaments and accessories, batik, wood and stone carvings, glassware and paintings. You can also opt to visit one of the silver (UC Silver is the most popular) or batik factories. 

Balinese cultural performance

Barong & Keris Dance
  • Batubulan – daily at 9.30am (you can not be late, their shows are always on time)
  • Puri Saren, Ubud – Friday 6.30pm
  • Best place : Uluwatu – daily at 6.30pm
  • Puri Agung, Peliatan – Thursday 6.30pm
  • Batubulan – daily 6.30pm


There thousands of temples scattered across the island. The most popular temples are in Besakih, Uluwatu (which features a dramatic clifftop location) and Tanah Lot (a very popular place to watch the sunset). My absolute favourite is the Tirta Empul or Sacred Water temple near Ubud.
Oleh-oleh Khas Bali’ hyper store
Instead of going to expensive art shops in a five star hotel or the Sukawati Art Market that is famous for its cheap, mass-produced paintings & Balinese accessories, another good option is to check out a Balinese souvenir hyper store, with its wide range of products, from Balinese snacks (peanuts, pies, chicken feet crackers, jackfruits chips, etc) to sarongs, spa products, t-shirts & boardshorts, paintings and much more. These hyper stores can be found in Kuta, Tuban, Jimbaran, and Denpasar. Recommended places include:
  • Khrisna: Jl. Sunset Road, left side of the road if you come from Kuta towards Seminyak
  • Larrisa: Jl. Raya Tuban, Kuta, opposite famous t-shirt company ‘Joger’
  • Erlangga: Jl. Nusa Kambangan, Denpasar (pass by Simpang Enam statue of Teuku Umar St, next to the Dunkin Donut shop)
  • Biarritz, Jl. Sunset Road, near the intersection of Kerobokan and Oberoi, left side of the road.

In Bali. Get wet, paddle hard, fill your holiday with action, fun, and adventure! There are many activities besides island touring that are suitable for the whole family.

Include a ‘Warung’ (a Balinese eatery) in your gastronomic itinerary. There are restaurant-style warungs (the touristy, i.e. expensive, option) such as the famous Warung Made (in Seminyak & Kuta), Warung Batavia and Warung Ocha.

  • Warung Nikmat : Jl. Kubu Anyar, Kuta (they have more than 20 javanese dishes ready for you to choose) – lots of foreigners love the food!
  • Warung Sate Tuna Kartika, at Pasar Senggol, Jl. Uluwatu, Jimbaran, right before the Circle K 24h Mart (their tuna satay & soup are the best in Jimbaran)
  • Warung Rujak Bu Putu, Jl. Blambangan, Kuta, opposite a Chinese temple (love their Balinese hot & spicy fruit salad, it’s their specialty!)
  • Nasi Jinggo – costing only Rp 4,000 a small portion of steamed rice with shredded spicy roast chicken and fried noodles wrapped in banana leaf. Sit on the ground with the locals and experience the real Bali.

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