Best Things To Do in Bali Indonesia

1. Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary

A cool place to take a walk and look at the monkeys. Don’t try to touch or feed them. They will jump on you and try to take your things. Keep your bags closed and do not try to go in it because they will know and will try to get your belongings. The guards are very observant and warn the monkeys off. It feels like the monkeys are in their natural habitat. They have the freedom to come and go as they please.

Secure your belongings. The monkeys here are actually more friendly and less courageous to attempt to take your things than elsewhere, but the young ones are definitely curious and will climb on you if they see something. Lock your back pack if you bring one, as some will try to get onto you and open it. Don't be afraid though, they are not aggressive. Lots of fun, definitely worth the small entrance fee (50k).

Do not miss this experience. The monkeys live freely in this sanctuary which is in itself very beautiful. They now offer an art installation which was very pleasant, so don't miss out and be sure to support it by maybe buying a beautiful postcard for the people back home. You can just walk around or have monkeys climb on you to eat from your hand, as well has shake hands and pet a blind monkey. The place is pretty big so you will be there for a while at least.

So it costs $5 to get in, but it's really lovely when you get inside, the staff are everywhere ensuring the monkeys are well behaved. The staff are really friendly and happy to take pics for you etc. I really thought it was worth the cost. Plus there are toilets inside and it's quite a nice ambiance to walk around. Be careful of the monkeys though - they do try to steal anything they can and will climb on you :)

Best attraction in the world. I love my monkeys and this is the best zoo I have had the pleasure of visiting. To experience these monkeys roam around and interact with each other and my fellow holiday makers, is a dream for me. This tourist attraction, is a monkey lovers paradise but aside from the furry, long tailed residents, this forest is also a beautiful park that transforms a grown women on her honeymoon, into an excitable child, exploring the nooks and cranny's, paths and walkways, transitioning into her very own wonderland of jungle book creativity. In my complete element, feeding the small monkey the bananas was my highlight, despite it being covered in monkey wee. If at all possible, I would quite happily pack up my bags and become a real life Mowgli.

2. Tanah Lot

They said you must visit Tanah Lot if you go to Bali because that will make you visit it again some day. Well for me its true because its my second time here. And I plan to go here again next time I'm in Bali! The view was perfect whether sunset time or not. But I really recommended enjoy sunset in one of those cafes on upside hill. Splendid experiment!

A very interesting place. Though it is marketed as a temple, there is no God that you will end up seeing. The walk to the feet of the temple through the water is very exciting. There are shacks on the hill overseeing the old temple which gives a very good view of the sea and the temple. The rhythmic sound of the water splashing the stones and beach gives you a serene feel. Lot of shopping huts with sellers offering products at hefty rates leaving a lot to bargain. A must go place when you visit Bali. A good long drive sets the stage for a good experience.

Tidy and excellent layout of souvenir shops and parking area. Park is maintained well.. A very pleasant surprise compared to my previous visit years ago. Steps to the Rocky beach is quite hard for small children and elder..but the scenery is awesome. Gifts price is reasonable and you can bargain with friendly sellers.

Tanah Lot is a Balinese Hindu’s temple in Tabanan Regency. It’s about 30 minutes or less from the city Centre (Tabanan). The temple was built upon a reef rock and years after years abrasive wave shapes the temple’s rock foundation. About 20years ago the government start to put a barrier outside the temple to preserve the temple from wave abrasions so now we can still see the beautiful temple like today. There’s a legendary snake inside the cave and the snake is protected by locals as a sacred snake. Tanah Lot is also a perfect place to watch Kecak Dance, just walk to the right side of the temple. And a great place to see sunset. Enjoy Bali!

This is a beautiful temple at the edge of sea.. one should not miss this... And there is a spring where natural water comes... It is just amazing to see natural water source so near to sea... Natural wonder in itself.. loved it!! 😊👍

3. Things to do in Bali

Used their speedboat service and some trekking offers. Constant communication and quick replies by WhatsApp early mornings and after office hours. Would use them again next time.

Rude and unpolite staff. Unfortunately not willing to help you. Would not recommend the transport from Bali to Gili.

Highly recommended. I'm a Bali regular, I'm only using this website since I first found it. Best prices and service.

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4. Pura Gunung Kawi

Went 9:30am after volcano sunrise tour. Was nice. Small walk down valley past small rice field. Small entrance fee. Some old stone statues carved into the cliff face. I wouldn't brave this place after 11am in the heat and the crowds and I don't think it's a super attraction but it can be "nice".

Really nice Temple and stone carvings. Come around 5 or 6 pm for a quiet experience with no one around. You need long pants or a Sarong (Indonesian skirt) to enter but you can borrow one at the entrance, so don't buy one from the shops offering.

Exquisite ancient funerary temple, over a 1000 years old, nestled in a valley accessed by several hundred steps. At the bottom, a boulder filled river, ancient Buddhist monastery, rock cut tombs and tropical greenery. It's worth an informed, aware visit.

Make sure you arrive first thing in the morning (6-7 am). You will then have the this special place to yourself. The light filtering through the trees makes this spiritual place also magical. Descend the stairs to the valley temple through a small village and cascading rice paddies. As a sacred place you need to wear clothing to cover your legs and shoulders. Sarongs are available from the village but not in the early hours of the morning, so bring your own.

By far one of my favorite spot in Bali! Less crowded compared to other touristic spots. Stunning place, beautiful atmosphere!

5. Bali Quad Bike Adventure

Wonderful way to spend the day! But be prepared to get DIRTY and sore (you will be holding on)! Haha! If you're looking for something exciting and at times a little scary, this is for you! The guides are friendly and very helpful. They take photos throughout the tour for you and provide showers afterwards. Be sure to bring a change of clothes!

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6. Bali Bird Park

The park is very nice. Good collection. Good show (really like ‘basic instinct’ show). The staffs are also very nice. The minus is the restaurant inside the park. One of the waitresses was not polite. Also, time needed to serve a beer is around 15 minutes. Time to prepare and serve ice tea is around 20 minutes (perhaps the longest ice tea prepared in the country!). Because of this disappointing performance at the restaurant, I discount my rating from 5 to 2 stars, simply because it wiped out much of our excitement after an enjoyable trip seeing the park’s collection.

One of the nicest Bird Parks I have ever visited. I loved it. Several different interactive shows with different breeds of birds. Extremely clean! Two walk through aviaries. Well worth the visit.

Bali Bird Park was a must do for me. I had heard so much about the park and I was not dissapointed. The surrounds are designed for a leisurely walk allowing you to take your time and just enjoy. Many species of birds call the park home and it is a pleasure to see so many roaming free in the gardens. The staff are committed to the care of their feathered charges and my congratulations to the conservation efforts in place. There are times set aside for feeding and family shows with the stars of park, the birds of course. Enjoy lunch at the restaurant or at the cafe.

If you enjoy tropical birds this is a great place to visit. You can spend anywhere between an hour to a whole day here with informative sessions that take place across the day. I spent about two hours here and found it was still probably not enough time to take everything in, but will depend on your level of love for birds

Mixed Review:- Big bird park, huge variety if birds to see. Amazing shows the out the day. Lot of information available while walking. Too costly to visit. Costs around 25$ per person. Too much costly for a zoo park.

7. Waterbom Bali Indonesia

Hours go fast in this arena. Although it's been there for a while, the facility is still well maintained. So many things to do and try. Price are on the higher range, and some of the attraction could get quite busy. It's a good idea to buy the tickets in advance since the entrance queue are often long. I recall that they used to close later, but now they close a lot earlier than it used to be. Bring your kids, your wife, your husband, significant other for a fun ride at Waterbom!

Great experience, those seeking thrill must try the 3 drop slides especially ‘Climax’! All staffs were friendly and casual. Entrance fee a little pricey as what others mentioned, good to purchase online beforehand. Lots of food & beverage sold in there at reasonable pricing too. Worth the visit!

Well maintained place. Good place to visit if in bali with kids. Lots of fun, especially the slides. Loved lazing around the lazy river too. Prices are on the higher side, especially food and photographs services. I did not find the services and rides justify the price being charged, hence giving 3 stars, otherwise definitely 4 star.

Awesome Day Out. So many slides to choose from. The w as it for your turn wasn't very long, it gives you time to get ready for the next slide. Also other water activities around the park.🤽‍♀️ volleyball 🏊‍♀️ swimming 🏄‍♀️ and surfing. So much fun. There is a section especially for the little ones. So excellent. Food and drinks were tasty as and affordable. They even take photos of you so you don't have to. Friendly staff and very helpful. I would recommend this place to everyone. Just go as and enjoy yourself. I did!! 🙂

Always an awesome day at Waterbom with heaps of activities for kids of all ages. Completely cashless once inside the park with more than enough good options that are well priced. Get here early to avoid the queues and it now shuts at 6pm rather than the old 5pm. Excellent service from all staff makes a fantastic day. Get tickets before you go to get between 5-15% discount of the normal walk up price. It’s a must when in Bali.

8. Tanah Lot Temple

A great place to visit during your Bali tour, not to be missed at any cost. "Fascinating" is the right word to describe the place, enchanting and mesmerizing. One should visit it in such a manner that the sunset is experienced there with all it's glory. The natural bridge formation and the gap below are immaculate sight and the lapping sea waves surrounding the temple are rarest of the rare, so pleasing and enjoyable to the senses. A great photo stop. The place has a lot of eating joints and souvenir shops.

We were mesmerized by instagram picture of this place but it barely look like that now. We visited the place on a very special day there were lot of Balinese people in their traditional dress and with some kinda box with offerings inside. It's a pleasure to see Balinese people in their crisp white dress and a big smile on their faces, even though we were not allowed inside the temple we could enjoy the sights from afar. This place also has some beautiful views. As the tides were big nobody were allowed to go to other temple which is like 50 m inside the ocean. There were also kind of a picnic spot where all the families hung out. The temple also had a musical performance which was very impressive, I think it is called Gong. There are lot of shops to get some souvenirs.

A very interesting temple. The walk through all the stores is an obvious gimmick to buy from all of them, but once you get through all of that, the temple is beautiful, the view of the rock with temple on it is simply beautiful and an awesome cultural experience. The crowds are of course quite heavy, but just to have the opportunity to see this unique temple is enough for me.

A must see if you're in Bali. There are quite a few things to do here. You can of course go and check out the holy spring which is the main attraction of the temple. You do not have to donate anything to the priests when they ask you to. The temple ticket is 60k per person. Go here for the sunset, it's beautiful. You can bargain for souvenirs at a cheap price.

This is a popular sacred temple by the shore. There's a main Temple that is on an island connected by a land bridge but only during low tide. High tide makes this area very dangerous as the waves can easily reach 10 feet especially when it's windy. There are 2 more temples and the one on the right side is connected as well by a land bridge but is situated much higher. Tourists aren't allowed to go inside the areas of worship

9. Sekumpul Waterfall

Majestic. You have to get there buy tour guide. The guides are very nice and polite. They walk with you to the waterfalls. There are 2 waterfalls. Can swim there (cold!!). Best you put on your swimming clothes before getting there. Lots of steps to walk in hot weather. Down by the waterfalls it is cool and refreshing. Must see if on Bali. Gorgeous nature.

we should walk down the cliff the path is mostly steps and is well maintained cement road. once we are at the bottom of the cliff, we see mud and dirt path, should walk in the water and so on -- well gripped shoe/ sandals are recommended. water is chilled, not suitable for drinking. no food or stalls on the way down after the ticket counter. there are bikes available for like half the distance and charge around 20k for one side.

The waterfalls are beautiful but the most enjoyable thing is the whole experience to go down there. You will need a local guide, we walked around 30-40 minutes to go for a swim in the waterfall. You must wear comfy shoes that can get wet and be aware that your clothes may get all soaked before you arrive to the waterfall. There are some rice fields close to the waterfall with a breathtaking view.

Awesome place with about 9 waterfalls in the area that cab be seen after trekking for some distance that is quite strenuous but it's worth the effort. One must go with proper change if clothes as you will be tempted to take bath or otherwise also the proximity to the falls will drench you.. You can enjoy water sports too

Would not recommend to go there without guide. We booked the short track and spend far more than 2 hours. Two young boys guided us through all the nice waterfalls and took great photos. We had a lot of fun.

10. Bali Safari & Marine Park

The staff are extremely nice and the accommodation is very well presented. There a lot of unique experiences with lots of informative shows all day. We didn't bother with the water park, but i highly recommend the night safari. Having the tigers jump up onto your cage was thrilling. Eating in the lion restaurant added another level of excitement, having the lions playing and roaring next to you while you eat. If you have the money and you're in Bali, then this is the place go. The only down sides are: no sound proof in the rooms (you will hear all the bugs chirping and lions roaring.) And its a bit pricey.

The place is quite amazing!! The beach is private and extra ordinarily beautiful. Very very cordial Staff's behavior. The most amazing part is the swimming Pool and the hotel placement. It is very much a kids friendly place. I will definitely come back here again.

This is both a wonderful place and a must visit. One advice is try to book a program once you arrive in Bali. We tried booking this so many times after we arrived and it was always fully booked so we ended up doing it the last day in our vaccation. The place is wonderful and the staff are knowledgeable, friendly and even funny at times. The species there are various and worth the visit. The place is wonderful for kids or even babies. Our baby liked the animals so much and even fed some of them. The show was fantastic as well. So all in all, difinitely recommended.

Not a zoo. Much more of a theatrical or awe-inspiring experience with animals shows telling the story of the clash between humans and animals. The Bali-Agung Show is not to be missed, and is an astounding theatrical production complete with shadow puppets, 150 actors and at least a dozen trained animal performers (not like a circus, more like a real life montage).

A well-kept safari with the friendliest staff - they smile even if you just glance at them! The shows are very informative and attention-grabbing and it’s clear that all the animals are treated with respect and harmony. The Safari Journey is great as it plays role reversal and us humans are in containment while the animals roam free. Don’t expect them to run up to the car though as they are pretty used to humans passing through. The Water Park is only a kids’ pool with a few slides so while I brought swimwear, I didn’t jump in. Overall it’s a must-visit for travellers.

11. West Bali National Park

Wish to go but entrance fee for a national park is way too costly. It’s 900k RP to use your own bike to follow a guided tour. 😑 ur own bike

Good place to relax, beautiful view , but I think not allowed for fishing here, when Im with local traditional fisherman who was work for his family to catch some fish, the forest police with speed boat stop our activities, and I think we fishing with legal line ( just jigging and handline fishing), I don't know the law is, can anyone explain? I just respect the forest police, we go to another fishing spot.

West Bali National Park (Indonesian: Taman Nasional Bali Barat) is a national park located in Buleleng Regency, Bali, Indonesia. The park covers around 190 square kilometres (73 sq mi), of which are 158 square kilometres (61 sq mi) land and the remainder is sea. This is approximately 3% of Bali's total land area. To the north, it includes a 1,000-metre (3,300 ft) long beach, reef and islets. A seaport at Gilimanuk is west of the park, and the village of Goris is to the east. The National Park can be reached by roads from Gilimanuk and Singaraja, or by using ferries from Ketapang, East Java. There are several habitats in the national park, a savanna, mangroves, montane and mixed-monsoon forests, and coral islands. The center of the park is dominated by remnants of four volcanic mountains from Pleistocene era, with Gunung Patas at 1,412 metres (4,633 ft) its highest elevation. Some 160 species can be found inside the park, including the banteng, barn swallow, black-naped oriole, black racket-tailed treepie, crested serpent-eagle, crested treeswift, dollarbird, hawksbill turtle, Indian muntjac, Java sparrow, Javan lutung, large flying fox, leopard cat, lesser adjutant, long-tailed shrike, milky stork, Pacific swallow, red-rumped swallow, rusa deer, sacred kingfisher, savanna nightjar, stork-billed kingfisher, water monitor, wild boar, yellow-vented bulbul and the critically endangered Bali myna. In June 2011, West Bali National Park received 40 Bali mynas released from Surabaya Zoo and 20 from Taman SafariIndonesia. There are several endangered flora species in this national park, such as: Pterospermum diversifolium, Antidesma bunius, Lagerstroemia speciosa, Steleochocarpus burahol, Santalum album, Aleurites moluccanus, Sterculia foetida, Schleichera oleosa, Dipterocarpus hasseltii, Garcinia dulcis, Alstonia scholaris, Manilkara kauki, Dalbergia latifolia and Cassia fistula. The last Bali tigers were positively recorded in western Bali in the 1930s.

This was an amazing adventure. We were almost the only ones in the park for the day. Went in by motorcycle......not scooter.....touring bike. Since it was so quiet we saw so many animals, including wild pig, 2 types of deer, 2 species of Monkey, so many birds and even the Bali wild chicken. Road up to the big temple was fine but after that, it dwindled to a track......outstanding fun. Reminded me of home (south african safari)

Amazing place ... you can see deer, black monkey, the other brown monkey that is also all over bali, gecko and many other animal and bird. You can dive/snorkel from any beach and see a lot of corail reef and kind of fish. One of the best place and prettiest place i have been in my life for wild life.

12. Gitgit Waterfall

There are 3 entry points for various Git git falls. Later I was told that it was best to go to the second one. I went to the "official" one (3rd). This also means that the price was reasonable (15k) versus the haggling at the other stops. Good foot path to the waterfalls, free/easy parking. Someone wanted to guide me but I'm not sure what value they would add as it is essentially a long walkway lined with shops that terminates in the falls. When I went it wasn't very busy which was nice. Cool, refreshing water that was photogenic. I'm not sure I would make a special trip to see these but if you're enroute it's worth a stop.

Lying on one end of the Village of Gitgit, the waterfall "standing tall" with height of 35 meters. As you approach the waterfall, you can expect droplets of energizing water gently "pounding" your head, face, and body. Open and stretch your hands and breathe slowly and deeply to feel sensation. Underneath the fall, the stream is moderate, allowing you to swim, but not not to dive. The access to the waterfall is 750-meter pathway, not too demanding soft-hiking down and back up the same way lined up with clove plantations. The admission costs Rp20.000.

The waterfall is nice, but having in mind the mountain road you need to take to get there - maybe it is not that special. There are other waterfalls that are closer to main towns and easier to reach. If you decided to visit it -have your swimwear on - so you can have a refreshing swim also. It takes around 10 minutes hike to get there - through the local "shopping street"- everyone asking you to buy something :). We have paid to a local tour guide (which was expensive and you can easily do without - they say it's for charity, for the education of the children - but who knows..). The guide provided us with some info on local flora and fauna, village life on the way to the waterfall. It was interesting but rather overpriced.

This place is in Bali, Indonesia. Nice place to relax for sometime. I don't think there'll be water in Summer. They have a nice place to sit there. You have to climb down for about 500-600 metres from main road to reach the falls. There are many street shopping kind of shops, open for too much bargaining. You can definitely shop there. Nice place for taking photos.

Beautiful Nature of Bali of course not forget with the waterfall included. This place is one of the best waterfall in Bali and the best ones in Buleleng region, North Bali. Located at the centre of between beach and highland, make this place is one of the best destination to recommended that you must visited.

14. Neka Art Museum

Nice Museum to see. Normally not crowded. Entry fee is 100k IDR which includes entry only. If you want to see dance or culture programs have to buy seperate tickets. Most of their shows listed have been discontinued.

Several exhibitions of various subjects concerning Balinese painting over the last century or so. Beautiful works, scattered over a lovely campus-like surrounding. Unfortunately the museumshop did not feature many of the more interesting works.

Nice museum depicting Balinese artwork from different villages and cultures, showing their various rituals, lifestyles, traditions and customs. Clean and well maintained.

A good mix of contemporary art from different eras. Not as big of a collection as one might think but great place to learn the local histry and culture. Great collection o Ari Smit, the Dutch born Balinese artist - interesting story as well as great art of his was on display.

I am not the greatest fan of Balinese art but this museum delivers a real historical journey through the different styles and times. The collection of Arie Smit has some real exceptional pieces. The modern art has outstanding pieces in it which creates a wonderful balance to the 'old masters'. Maybe the founder of the museum had a few too many photos and paintings made of himself but that does not take away from the great collection he has put together.

15. Campuhan Ridge Walk

This walk was the best way how to make connection with magical Bali island (just some days after arrival) as well as a good way to start the day. Absolutely worth to go there! Recommend to start walking early in the morning at 6am-7am to avoid heat when climbing uphill and crowds of tourists. Not much to see except wonderful nature around and to feel yourself as a part of nature. In villages you can meet some local people and to see how they live. After walking of about 2-3 km there is hidden pathway on the right side with an exit to amazing place with panoramic view! Also late afternoon walk is good - 3 or 4pm-6pm. Return walk takes about 2-3 h but depends how far you go and how many photo-stops you have. So if you here visit this place ..#Suresh IDEA

This is one of the tourist attractions in Ubud but involves a lot of walking. The scenery on both the side of the ridge is very good. The day we went for the walk was very hot and this made it impossible for us the complete the track. The best thing you can do is get some food find a place on the ridge with some shade and have your food whilst enjoying the views. You can also cycle through the ridge which is pretty cool. For not so fit people make sure have enough water food and strength before the trek. Would recommend this place only for people who loves trek and or walking.

We found this place from social media, where many people talk photo on top of a hill. So we visited this place. It’s a 2 km walking track with beautiful view. The walking path is also very friendly even for kids below 5 years. There are some high steps, but not much. It’s worth to visit and walk here. But they can put better sign four tourist so we know where we are heading ....

It was a good walk. Can be a bit steep at times but really not that bad. Isn't very long either. Once you get quite far through the walk there is some great places to eat.

Very nice short hike just outside Ubud. Not too strenuous. We took a car to the end and walked back to town, which was much easier with kids then walking the track from town, which is all uphill. DO NOT take a pram with you as the paving is very bumpy.

16. Agung Rai Museum of Art

Great museum, hanging around here really feels peaceful. The interior is traditional yet classy. The outdoor view is absolutely amazing. At the end of the day, relaxing at the gazebo while having tea, enjoying rice field view, can make you want to stay here forever. And one more thing, the owner is very kind and friendly, absolutely will visit again someday.

We have visited all the major well-known art museums in and around Ubud ... and this is our favourite. It is poetry the way all the architectural and landscaping elements of three restaurants, a luxury resort, cultural centre, educational facility and art museum are harmonically juxtaposed together as a delightful work of art. This particular art museum is actually more than just a museum. It is part of a much greater whole: a much broader encompassing vision by Agung Rai ... a surprisingly humble & gentle man whom we had the privilege to personally meet during our visit there. The man himself - a local legend in the making - can be found frequently strolling around the immensely delightful surroundings, smiling and greeting guests, visitors and staff ... making himself available, a work of art himself. Be prepared to spend more time here ... it's worth every valuable minute. Enjoy! Andrew&Florence

I like Balinese arts, I am a long-term traveller in Bali, visited to quite a number of museums & art galleries in Bali, here I think is the best. Wide ranges of traditional Balinese paintings & sculptures available here, after museum, walk farther to the back, there is a huge Balinese style garden with river & a rice field, wow, I can spend a whole day here. Ticket includes coffee break & delicious rice cakes, worth the visit! :-)

I do admire the effort of the owner who try to keep the culture of Ubud, by restoring all of those painting. You really will be amazed with collections they have. From classic to modern. The area surrounded by a very calm and peaceful landscape which really well design. You would in love in sec since u arrived.

Took a batik lesson. He could not speak English or tell us why we were using the techniques he had us draw. Started out by just saying to draw something. No stencils, rotten for someone not able to draw. Setting of ARMA very tranquil and we had our lesson outdoors. Cannot recommend for art workshop. However, museum worthwhile for visit.

17. Uluwatu Temple

At the time I went here, weather was good. Going to the temple you will bump into monkeys, so make sure you are not bringing any food or drinks. I also recognized that the monkeys here not only take food and drink from you, they also take whatever they want like hairpin, a plastic flower on your shoes, whatever they like, they want to bite. Walking around the temple is amazing good exercise, view is fantastic because the temple is on the cliff of the mountain. You will have good pics for sure. Its a good an hour and half walk. So give it a try.

Romantic sunsets views are worth your capture for sure while you visit this place. Beautiful and scenic as it could be feels relaxed while you just sit back and view from the top. It's always crowded so you would never find time to click your solo pictures 😋😂. Beware of monkeys while you climb up to the temple they are very notorious. Best time to visit would be in May June.

Beautiful sun set point with very picturesque views, you are not allowed inside the main temple mostly localities are allowed inside. They will provide Sarong at the entrance which you have to wear to enter the temple. You have to purchase separate tickets to see the Kecak dance which is about Ramayana. The performers tried real hard by doing impromptu things in between to keep people interested by no avail. Would definitely suggest skipping this if you are not a religious person.

The view is very awesome... I've been here year July 2011... it's a wonderful place to have a holiday here.... hope I'll come again next time. Sea view is very beautiful and sunset is amazing to see from this place

Super nice place with cliff views and beautiful sunset spot for taking photos! Do not miss the fire and dance katchak show at 6pm. Separate review available for the show. Its a bit far off and definitely expect traffic on the way back as there is only major road to take on the way back. There are plenty of monkeys so keep your stuff safe at all time. Overall a very nice place to visit!!! Photos do not do any justice to this place.

18. Bali Activities

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Very Great Experience ! underwater walk is the best amazing for beautiful underwater tour. Thanks for seawalker sanur for the experience !

great adventure vacation with this tour guide i like it, i hope next vacation i can visit sanur bali and try the deep sea activities.

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19. Museum Pasifika Bali

If you are into art that's excellent place to visit. Impressive collection.

If you're into art this is a nice place to visit. It is the largest Asia pacific art museum. There are over 600 paintings, artefacts and sculptures from 25 countries including Vietnam, Indonesia, China, India, Papua New Guinea and many more

A small museum filled with some nice pieces of art.

Wonderful museum. Beauty

Great museum to spend an hour or two at. Some of the artwork is genuinely great

20. Goa Gajah

Not a bad temple to visit. Small entry fee 15k, some good history, nice gardens. Watch the guides who try to inject themselves with your group, offering photos, stories and info then demand money for it (bit like the porters at the airport) kindly refuse and they move on. Cave is small but interesting, nice waterfalls and temple. Shops up the top are pricey and bit more aggressive in trying to sell you stuff. Overall nice to have done it. 45 mins max time spent.

This the the famous Elephant temple in bali but there are no elephants here !! the irony. Nonetheless worth a visit, the idols are inside a cave and the space inside is really cramped up and could make you breathless as there would be less oxygen. For people with claustrophobia just make sure that there are less people inside and take a quick visit . There might be local guides coming forward to help you out, i do not think you would need one to see the place unless you would want to know why its called as Elephant temple :P. There are also a lot of souvenir shops inside.

We walked from Ubud to Goa Gajah. It’s about 3km. The road is narrow and busy on a Sunday and often there is no proper sidewalk. But we enjoyed the walk and passed local stores, stone and wood carvers as well as sculpture artists, rice fields, and beautiful lush green hills and forests. Yes the raid was busy, dusty, polluted. Despite it, it was an experience we are happy we made. Once we arrived at Goa Gajah we were able to cool down and centre ourselves again. The water from the lady fountains in the baths was so fresh and the elephant cave had a very special (meditative-subtle) feeling to it inside. I was impressed. The Buddha temple and its surrounding nature was a little paradise in the middle of all the hustle and bustle outside.

A well known temple in Bali, Goa Gajah was a bit underwhelming for me. For one, there were more tourists (like me) taking photos than Balinese people praying. The temple premises were small but interesting. It would have been nice to have some guides or write-ups available to tell you more about the history and significance of the place.

Decent place although not much to see. It's actually quite small and you won't spend more than 30min here. A tip - DO NOT BUY SKIRTS FROM THE PEOPLE IN THE PARKING LOT. They tried to sell us skirts for a very high price but skirts are given for free when you enter the temple. Although you do have to pay 15k idr for the entrance ticket.