Bali is one of the most beautiful places in the world offering tourist an immersive culture experience depending on how you spend your time there . When visiting Bali, every tourist should make sure they visit:
1. Tanah Lot Temple : The Tanah Lot temple was built and has been a part of Balinese mythology for centuries. The temple is one of seven sea temples around the Balinese coast. Each of the sea temples were established within eyesight of the next to form a chain along the south-western coast.
2. Uluwatu Temple – Pura Luhur: Pura Luhur Uluwatu is a Balinese sea temple in Bali. Built in the 11th century, it is one of nine directional temples meant to protect Bali from evil spirits. It is located in Pecatu village, Kuta South District of Badung Regency of Bali.
3. Pura Ulun Danu Bratan (Bali’s temple by the lake): This is the famous temple by the lake in Bali, where instead of like the rest perching on the cliff rock, this one is serenely resting at the edge of Lake Bratan. Imagine beautifully structured temple with double the beauty due to reflections of the clear lake.
4. Ubud: Ubud is a must-see destination in Bali, greatly because of the cultural difference it lets tourists enjoy. Unlike its neighboring city of Kuta, Ubud is highly recognized for its art, crafts and mesmirizing architecture. The overwhelming resonance of the city is that it allows peace of mind and great spiritual discovery. Don’t the the city’s commercialization via the movie Eat, Pray, Love dissuade you from visiting.
5. Mount Batur at Kintamani: Kintamani, Batur and Penelokan villages sit on the rim of the huge Batur caldera about 1,500m above sea level, and offer dramatic views of the active volcano Mount Batur and serene Lake Batur. A cllimb to the summit (1700 meters) of this active volcano is a great experience for any active travelers. There is also a breathtaking option of climbing the volcano just in time to reach the peak at sunrise.
Extra Bonuses: Make sure you drop by the hip shopping district of Seminyak, which features boutiques of both Eastern and Western influences; Kuta, with its beautiful pristine beaches and surfs; and, if you want something a little more laidback, Ubud, one of Bali’s biggest arts and culture centres. As the islands attract many tourists from Asia as well as the West, there are a wide variety of hotels, resorts and villas, some of which even offer personal plunge pools and butler services.