The 10 Most Beautiful Waterfalls in Bali

Balinese are blessed with an abundance of natural wonders with enough temple, rice terraces, lakes, mountains and rivers to explore for a lifetime. We’ve also got some of the most jaw-dropping waterfalls on Earth. Here are ten of the best to check out. 1. Sekumpul Waterfall at Lemukih Village, Buleleng, North Bali Hidden in the dense jungles of Northern Bali lies Sekumpul Waterfall, a collection of seven picturesque waterfalls often cited as the most beautiful and spectacular waterfalls in BaliRead more

Uluwatu Temple in a stunning cliff-side

Uluwatu temple is precariously located at the point of sheer cliff on the island’s southern peninsula. It is one of the oldest and most important temples in Bali, one of the six original territorial temples on the island. Travelers rave about Uluwatu Temple’s stunning cliff-side locale and beautiful architecture. This combination is rendered only more dramatic by the crashing of waves more than 200 feet below. This sacred site is located about 15 miles south Kuta, along the southern coastRead more

Taman Ayun Temple with Beautiful Water Garden

Taman Ayun literally translates as Beautiful Garden and is regarded as one of the most attractive temples in Bali. It was built in 1634 by the King of Mengwi, I Gusti Agung Putu. The temple is bordered by wide canals which irrigate the fields around the site. The temple is dedicated to the ancestor of the Mengwi Dynasty and other important Gods. Taman Ayun Temple is regarded as the “mother temple” for Mengwi Kingdom. The Fact About Taman Ayun TempleRead more

Balangan Beach, The Most Instaworthy Beach in Bali

Balangan Beach stretch 200 meters with panoramic view to the Indian Ocean. This amazing white sandy beach blessed by the spectacular sunset that create the romantic nuance for every visitor. It’s covered with palm trees and fronted by a ribbon of white sand, picturesquely dotted with sun umbrellas. Surfer bars, cafes in shacks and even slightly more permanent guesthouses precariously line the shore. This beach is also endowed by enormous wave that is demanded by all surfers in particular forRead more

Canggu Beach, A Surfers’ Paradise

This lovely beach also known as Batu Bolong is a surfers’ paradise. Dark grey sand and amazing waves are what make it so special. You can find many hotels and restaurants nearby and also the surf school if you are a complete beginner to this sport. Be The Inspiring Travelers Have you ever been to Canggu Beach or other Beautiful Places in Bali? Please send us your Bali Travel Stories, Pictures or Tips and Advice to help other travelers toRead more

Bingin Beach

Bingin is a stunning beach with unrivaled views over the Indian Ocean and the great wave that make it one of the most demanded surfing points by surfers in Bali and the world. The five star wave here is big, powerful and challenging. It has been able to stimulate and fascinate the adrenaline of every surfer, and especially the experienced and professional surfers. Bingin is situated close to the other famous surfing points such as Padang-Padang, Impossible and Dreamland withinRead more

Abandoned Airplanes at Kutuh

This commercial jet is probably the most photographed one of the abandoned airplanes in Bali. It is located in a slightly hidden spot along Jalan Nusa Dua Selatan, a mere 5-minute drive from Pandawa beach. It lies on a private property in the midst of a carved limestone hill. Rumour has it that it should be transformed into a cool hangout spot complete with a restaurant and a bar. Unfortunately so far it only serves as a unique attraction andRead more

Water Blow at Nusa Dua

There is one spot in the area of Nusa Dua Beach called “Water Blow” which is a rock formation where waves colliding onto the rock wall creates a giant splash like the water is “blowing up”. This area has dangerous cliffs which recently were managed by the BTDC by creating a path and guardrail. Not only that, an open-roofed building and was built at one end of the cliff. The interesting mechanism of Water Blow is that on the cliff,Read more

Karang Boma Cliff, With A Magical View Of Indian Ocean

“What many locals still consider a secret spot, this cliff-side hides a world renounced surf break and jaw-dropping view of Uluwatu. We managed to locate the trail and cliff with some drone recon, while meeting a local cow farmer who pointed us down the right trail. Absolutely breathtaking experience” @chrispoops “Perched up on this incredible cliffside, we watched the sun fade back behind the seas of Indonesia” Mason Prendergast @masonprendergast “Sunset is still my favorite color” Merta Sedana @mertasedana10Read more

Taman Mumbul, A Serenity Temple near Monkey Forest

The water temple, lake, bathing pools and surrounds at picturesque Tirta Taman Mumbul Sangeh. It is an idyllic and serene spot to take a break and maybe partake in a ritual water cleanse. Not far from Sangeh Monkey Forest, 250 meters down a short steep road from Jalan Raya Sangeh, the area was mostly only visited by locals prior to early 2016, when it was developed as a tourist attraction. Huge trees, shading an expansive clear green pool, more akinRead more