The Top 3 Must Visit Places In Bali, Indonesia

You’ll often hear people say that Bali is too overrated, quite touristy and/or not worthy of visit. Well, it actually depends on how you would enjoy the place. Bali is definitely popular in its own right, and you’ll surely love its people, food, culture and tradition.

Regardless of the time that has passed and places that have grown, there are still a lot of things to do and see in Bali.  Especially during peak season, you’ll enjoy the various little businesses dotted around to cater tourists – one of the many reasons to love Bali.

Here are top three (3) must visit places enough to pique your interest.

Uluwatu Temple – PuraLuhur

Have you watched the movie “Cliffhanger?” This place is somewhat similar to a scene from that movie – a large rugged limestone cliff with a temple perched on it. It is located in the island commonly known as Bukit Peninsula, where Bali’s few best beaches are situated.

The temple’s structure is majestic, constructed and expanded by several famous safes since the 11th century. It’s perched at the steep cliff of 70 meters above the Indian Ocean. If you go to the cliff’s higher grounds, you will be rewarded with breathtaking sceneries like sunsets.

PuraTana Lot

It is considered as one of the magnificent rock formations that lays as foundation of popular pilgrimage temples in Bali. It is famous for its serenity and cultural significance as it is associated with Balinese mythology. Visit PuraTana Lot during low tide and you’ll experience walking across the water to the temple.

Dolphin Sightings at Lovina

In Bali Indonesia hotels resorts are abundant with multi-cultural shows and events. However, if you are fond of dolphins, Lovina is the right place for you. It is one of the best places in the world to do dolphin sighting on a boat trip.
Usually, you’ll leave the beach at dawn to seek for dolphins. Although it might be crowded with tourists, the trip is worth it especially when you see a number of dolphins happily jumping.

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