Tourist attractionsShow all
Rice terraces are characteristic of Bali, and a must-see for tourists. Read about their significance in Balinese society and which ones to visit.
Read about the traditional structure of villages and family homes in Bali, and find out which ones are worth a visit.
Besakih is Bali's largest and holiest temple. If you're not planning on visiting many temples in Bali, this should be the one on your list!
Ulun Danu Batur Temple
Located on Lake Batur, Pura Ulun Danu Batur is the second most important temple complex of Bali, after the Mother Temple Besakih.
Taman Ayun Temple
Admire early, traditional Balinese architecture at the Taman Ayun Temple, which roughly translates to
Tanah Lot Temple
The Tanah Lot Temple, located on a large rock in the middle of the sea, is one of the most photographed and emblematic temples in Bali.
Here you can discover another of Bali's seven sea temples, meet cheeky Macaque monkeys and enjoy a traditional Kecak dance.
Gunung Kawi Temple
Visit a unqiue temple of rock-carved shrines and funeral monuments in the stunning river valley of Pakerisan.
Enter the mouth of a demon and explore the Elephant Cave where you'll discover an ancient religious sanctuary.
Meet Bali's long-tailed Macaques in their natural habitat at the Jalan Monkey Forest. Here's everything you need to know before you go!
Visit the Klungkung Palace remains, residence of the last of the Balinese kingdoms to be conquered by the Dutch, to admire historic architecture and art.
Towns & resortsShow all
If you're looking to escape Bali's party scene and immerse yourself in culture and sightseeing, Ubud is the place for you! Find out what it has to offer!
Kuta is one of Indonesia's most popular tourist destinations, perfect for anyone looking for sun, sea, sand and partying!
If you're looking for a beach holiday of the luxury kind, Nusa Dua is the resort for you, as it's where some of the most exclusive hotels are located.
Just a 20-minute drive from the airport, Jimbaran is a seaside resort where local communities co-exist with tourists.