While Bali’s natural wonders tend to attract the crowds, there are also an array of unique attractions that simply can’t be missed during your stay. Make the most of your holiday with a trip to one of the many temples, including the sacred Uluwatu temple and Tanah Lot. The peaceful atmosphere of these historic places of worship is like no other, although the cheeky Macaque monkeys that call them home bring a playful element to the trip. The Tegalang Rice Terraces are another iconic spot, with photogenic fields of rice paddies to explore and even adventurous zip line activities to try your hand at during your visit.
Bali Food & Drink
When it comes to food, Bali has plenty to brag about. Make it your mission to sample the island's dishes, most of which are created using fresh ingredients sourced from the land itself. Don’t worry if you’re a picky eater, as there’s a delightful bounty of delicacies to choose from. Expect to find traditional Nasi Goreng restaurants serving Indonesian stir-fried rice, as well as American, European and Middle-Eastern, inspired foodie spots, all of which are guaranteed to leave you happily satisfied.
Bali plays host to a whole new world of exhilarating sports and activities. If you're looking for something to share on your Instagram feed, head to Bali Swing located further inland on the island. This park allows you to sit on a large swing that flies out over the canyon and back, offering incredible views below and an exhilarating ride at the same time. Alternatively, plan a day on the beach where you can try out a range of watersports from donning a snorkel and floating on the water to see the marine life below to climbing on a jet ski and riding the waves. There's much more to a holiday in Bali than lounging on its beaches – although we certainly recommend you do this too!