Bali is a place where many girls and guys want to visit, because there are clean beaches and a transparent ocean, which you want to plunge into instantly. Lying on the beach and eating delicious fruits while enjoying the sun and fresh air is just a dream. In addition to the beaches, there are many other attractions in Bali. Here you can go surfing or go sightseeing ancient temples or palaces. Everyone can find for themselves entertainment in Bali.
11 Goa Lavah Bat Cave
It is said that this cave appeared in the 11th century. It was then that at the foot of the cave they put the first altar. This temple is called in a similar way for good reason, because a whole column of bats lives here - they really like it. It should be noted that the bats living here are not bad in size. Their wingspan is up to 1.5 meters. In general, he recommends visiting this temple in the evening, because it is then that thousands of bats fly out of the cave. You can enjoy this sight.
10 City of Ubud
So we got to the cultural capital of this island. People of various professions live here. For those who love art, there is something to look at. There are dozens, if not hundreds, of places to go to get food for the mind. And not far from the city there is the Monkey Forest, which we wrote about above.
9 Lake Bro
Unfortunately, there are some water problems on the island. It is Lake Bratan - this is the largest freshwater reservoir that exists in the territory of Bali. Thanks to this lake, all people receive water for drinking, as well as for irrigation of their fields. The inhabitants of Bali carefully look after this lake so that everything is in order with it. Legends say that a person who wants to plunge into the waters of the lake will be able to live a long life in abundance.
8 Volcano Agung
Let's talk about another volcano, which you can see in Bali. It is believed that at the top of the volcano live the gods who continuously observe the life of ordinary mortals. If a person has lived a good life, then the gods will definitely reward this person. Otherwise, a terrible punishment will be sent to a person for his bad life. This volcano is active, so eruptions that take the lives of people occasionally occur. For tourists, the path to the top is closed. But there is an alternative - you can climb to the temple of Pura Agung Besakih. It is located at an altitude of 1100 metro on the slope of the volcano. The temple offers stunning views.
7 Nung Nung Waterfall
If the sounds of water have a calming effect on you, then you should visit the waterfall. To go down to him, it is enough to spend only 10 minutes. However, you should know that the return trip will be many times longer. At the bottom of the waterfall there is a beautiful lake, which has a sandy bottom. It will be very nice to plunge into this lake in the hottest weather to cool off a bit.
6 Taman Ayun Temple
This place was built in the 17th century. For several centuries this temple has been a place where pilgrims come. In the temple you can see the beautiful architecture, extraordinary ponds and much more.
5 The Temple of Pura Agung Besakih
Residents of Bali often call this place very interesting "Mother of all the temples." This is not surprising, because this temple is the most revered in Bali. Studies have been conducted that indicated that some of the stone blocks that are in the temple are over 2000 years old. Residents of Bali are confident that the temple has been protecting them from all troubles and adversities for many centuries.
4 Tinta Ganga Water Palace
This amazing palace was built in 1946. It is located very close to the city of Amlapur. In the palace you should definitely take a walk on the stone slabs that are laid out in the pool. In addition, there are several reservoirs in which gold carps live. These fish were brought here from Japan on purpose.
3 Goa Gaja Cave (Elephant Cave)
When you find yourself in front of a cave, you need to gather all your courage in your hands, because you will find yourself at the entrance to the cave, which looks like the mouth of some kind of terrible demon. It’s especially scary to watch such a mouth at night. Inside the cave there are small niches in which you can see Ganesha and Shiva.
2 Monkey Forest (Ubud)
If you like the forest more than the volcano, then visit the Monkey Forest. Don’t worry, you don’t have to climb the windbreak, because everything is well-groomed and there are footpaths that allow you to easily move through the forest. In addition, there are a lot of cafes and shops. It should be understood that in the territory of this forest live not tame animals, but real wild animals. Be careful and follow safety rules so that you are not attacked by monkeys.
1 Volcano Batur
Have you ever seen a real volcano? If not, then spend 2-3 hours on the road to Batur volcano. It is best to leave early in the morning to reach the volcano before dawn, because it is at this time that a fantastic view of two neighboring volcanoes opens here. Below you can see many small villages that seem so far away.