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Bali has slowly, yet more than steadily become one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. Good food, amazing beaches, relaxation, rejuvenation, culture, art and most importantly, the beautiful people have put these islands high on the list. This a blanket list of all the places to visit in Bali.


Bali is the “land of a thousand temples”, and quite literally so. As markers of Balinese culture and identity, Bali’s temples demonstrate the health and vibrance of Bali’s local communities. The mother temple, the directional temples, the water temples; there are too many to see. It’s no surprise then that Bali tourism adopts spirituality as one of its major selling points. Remember to read up on the guidelines before visiting of these sacred sites, the Balinese are very particular about codes of dress and conduct in their temples.

Flora & Fauna

Bali has an abundance of natural wealth to boast off. The islands are an ecologically sound haven with loads of flora and fauna to boast of. Bali’s weather and rich volcanic soil provide the perfect vital environment for plant growth. The Bali Orchid Garden is a riot of color, perfect for a nice walk or a romantic evening. Mandala Wisata Wanara Wana or ‘The Sacred Monkey Forest’ is home to the grey-haired Balinese macaques, dense green forests with its own sacred Hindu sites. The aquamarine life is also bountiful.


Bali is a land of incredible beaches. There is a beach for everyone here, from the hard-core party spots of Kuta beach to the secluded serenity of Soka beach. While Kuta, Legian and Seminyak remain the most popular, tourists are now looking for quieter calmer beaches that aren’t overrun with people. Don’t forget to hop into the numerous beach shacks for the freshest seafood. Eating out in Bali is an experience in itself. You can also jump into the ocean for a refreshing swim or go surfing.

Spas & Massage Parlours

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The lure of spa of a heavenly Balinese massage and other rejuvenation therapy is what draws a lot of people to these islands. You will find them everywhere, in your luxury resort, on the busy streets and the not so busy streets, even on the beach. The best way to judge them is by how they look. Obviously the ones in the resorts are all well-equipped and authentic, but if you’re looking for a smaller, cheaper option, then look well. If you find it shady, simply leave. That being said, you will good ones as well.

As the newest member of the content team, Shivangi Rajendran comes from the world of professional dancing. With a passion for travel and a flair for writing, the Masters in Mass Communication is just an added advantage. A gypsy at heart, she doesn’t believe in planning and is always ready to pack her bags and leave.

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