Uluwatu is a breathtaking temple hand carved out of a limestone rock that towers 251 metres above the Indian Ocean in the southernmost promontory of Bali. It is a wonderful setting to enjoy sunset views and watch traditional Kecak fire dances. It also offers some excellent wave riding. The reef break here is the number four destination in the world for surfing.
Situated at an altitude of 700 metres, Jatiluwih village is a green, fertile expanse of rice paddies...Explore
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Klungkung Palace has a fantastic chandi bentar (welcoming gate) and is surrounded by beautiful lotus...Explore
The 1,25,000 square metres Monkey Forest in Ubud is home to around seven hundred monkeys and almost two...Explore
Located high up on the slopes of Mount Agung in eastern Bali, Pura Besakih is the most important Hindu...Explore
The Temple of the Earth in the Sea is one of the nine most important holy temples in Bali that together...Explore