Bali – Indonesia

Canggu — This little tourist town is located on Bali’s south coast. Canggu is famed for its beautiful rice paddies and surf beaches. It’s close to Seminyak, so you can enjoy the restaurants and shopping there while remaining in a more tranquil setting.

Seminyak has become Bali’s “It” town. It is most likely the island’s most modern settlement. Seminyak Bali is ideal for anyone looking for a relaxing vacation with plenty of opportunities to eat well and shop.

Seminyak is a foodie’s dream, with a plethora of excellent restaurants, designer shopping (if that’s your thing), and breathtaking sunsets.

Ubud – is the polar opposite of what most people think of when they think of Bali. It is situated amid Bali’s cool mountains. It is the cultural center of Bali – and for many the SPA center as well. Ubud is one of the best areas to stay in Bali. It is home to some stunning temples, waterfalls, and rice fields, Gunung Batur an active volcano, the largest freshwater lake in Bali, the Sacred Monkey Forest, and many more.

If you’re looking to buy Balinese arts and crafts Ubud is a great place to shop on your trip to Bali – and don’t forget that haggling is expected. There are numerous temples around Ubud including the Elephant Cave and Gunung Kwai.

Nusa Dua – is known for its luxurious accommodations, delicious cuisine, golf, and relaxation. It is, without a doubt, Bali’s most expensive neighborhood. This is the greatest spot to stay in Bali if you want to spend your day swimming, sunbathing, relaxing in an SPA, and basically not doing much. Check out The Bale for a high-end modern choice. Pavilion rooms with their own infinity pool are available at the Bale. Each pavilion has its own garden and a large daybed. The Bali Nusa Dua is furnished in a modern and minimalist style.

Nusa Penida – Off the coast of East Bali, Nusa Penida is a little paradise. It is famed for its rough coastline, scenic beaches, and jaw-dropping cliffs, and is located near Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Ceningan. Penida Island is only a 40-minute boat ride from Bali, and can be explored in two days.

Nusa Penida trips are quite popular. However, if you have the time, I strongly advise you to spend at least two days here. There is a lot to see and do on Nusa Penida, the largest of the three Nusa islands. Surprisingly, it’s also one of the Nusa Islands’ least-visited. It’s still underdeveloped, but with tourism on the rise, that’s starting to change. There are no swanky cafes, trendy bars, or chic beach clubs here, but there are some of Bali’s most beautiful sites and spectacular views.

The BEST Waterfalls in Bali! In Bali, there are a plethora of waterfalls to be found. The island of God is truly a waterfall lover’s paradise, and exploring them and having wonderful adventures is a must. We’ve been fortunate enough to view many of Bali’s most beautiful waterfalls.

There are dozens of waterfalls on the island to choose from, and they’re all stunning in their own way. To save you time, we’ve narrowed it down to our top seven favorite waterfalls in Bali, all of which we recommend you should visit! Contact us if you want to know more

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