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Explore Bali

The Indonesian island of Bali needs no introduction, seeing as it is one of the world’s most favoured holiday destinations. Often called the ‘Island of the Gods’, it is known for its rich cultural canvas, captivating beaches, exotic cuisine and lush natural treasures—ensuring that there is something in store for everyone. Bali is also famed for its ancient temples and unique ceremonies, both of which reflect the island’s timelessness. It rests between the regions of Lombok and Java, and is spearheaded by Denpasar, its capital.

Explore Other Must Do in Bali

There are many places that you can visit. Here are the destination for you to eat, shop, see or do. Explore them!

  • Pura Tanah Lot

    Pura Tanah Lot

    To See

    Famed for its stunning views of sunset, Pura Tanah Lot is a seaside temple that rests upon an offshore rock formation. It is said to date back to the 16th century, and is regarded as an important part of both Hinduism and Balinese mythology by locals. It can only be reached during periods of low tide, and it is recommended that its surrounding waters be avoided when the tide is high, as they are said to be filled with venomous sea snakes.

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  • Kopi Luwak

    Kopi Luwak

    To Eat

    Kopi luwak is considered by coffee lovers across the world to be the stuff of legends. Derived from the defecation of palm civet cats, these coffee beans create a beverage that is both strong and unique in flavour. This flavour is tasted at its best when the coffee is consumed without sugar or milk. It is said to be the most expensive coffee in the world, due to its unconventional origins and high demand.

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  • Waterbom Bali

    Waterbom Bali

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    Spanning 3.8 hectares of land, Waterbom Bali promises a time of great fun for the whole family. The theme park is known for its wide range of attractions, many of which revolve around getting yourself wet, as its name implies. These include the 150-metre long Pipeline, the Flow Rider Double wave simulator for the surfer in you, and the Euro Bungy that is capable of shooting thrill-seekers nine metres into the air.

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  • Devdan Show

    Devdan Show

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    Praised for being one of Indonesia’s most impressive spectacles, the Devdan Show is a live extravaganza that cannot be missed. The 90-minute show takes place on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday evenings at 7.00 p.m., in Bali’s very own Nusa Dua Theatre. It takes viewers across the Indonesian archipelago, allowing you to have a taste of the nation’s diverse cultures through an array of vibrant acts. (Image Credit: Devdan Show Official Website)

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  • Tirta Gangga

    Tirta Gangga

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    Tirta Gangga stands today as a reminder of the glory that blanketed Bali during the time of the Karangasem Kingdom. This water palace is especially renowned for its vast pools and lavish greenery, as well as for its intricate sculptures and carvings. Be respectful when visiting Tirta Gangga, though, as the waters of this palace are considered to be holy by locals and are frequently used in temple ceremonies.

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  • Pasar Malam Sindhu

    Pasar Malam Sindhu

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    Otherwise referred to as the Sanur Night Market, Pasar Malam Sindhu is the place to be if shopping for food tickles your fancy. Known for its wide array of culinary offerings, this night market comes to life at roughly 6.00 p.m. daily. From satay of various meats to vegetables and grilled dishes, there is literally something for every stomach here—and at notably affordable prices. (Image Credit: boydenijs | Flickr)

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  • Sukawati Art Market

    Sukawati Art Market

    To Shop

    The Sukawati Art Market is easily Bali’s most prominent shopping destination for all things related to art. From wooden sculptures to vibrant paintings, the colourful market is a haven for those who are on the hunt for decorative items or souvenirs. It is also a good place for you to practice your bargaining skills, although it is often advised that this should be done in a light-hearted and fun way. (Image Credit: hiddenmode | Flickr)

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  • Betutu

    Betutu

    To Eat

    Put simply, betutu is a dish that revolves around chicken or duck that is either grilled, steamed or roasted. It commonly involves cooking a whole chicken or duck with a variety of spices, including turmeric and black pepper. It is best enjoyed with steamed rice and a range of side dishes, such as vegetables and sambal—a paste of chillies, shrimp paste and other ingredients. (Image Credit: 45126079@N05 | Flickr)

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  • Bubur Injin

    Bubur Injin

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    Literally translated as ‘black rice pudding’, bubur injin is one of Bali’s most favoured delicacies. It showcases a marriage between glutinous black rice and coconut milk, united by palm sugar. Although its sweet and slightly savoury nature—due to the inclusion of salt when cooking it—suggests that it is best eaten as a dessert after meals, Balinese people often enjoy it for breakfast as well. (Image Credit: avlxyz | Flickr)

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