Top things to do in Bali

Discover a luxuriant nature and culture

When you visit Bali, you will be captivated by the lush vegetation and ancestral temples. You will observe wild animals and explore the gentle Indonesian way of life. Here are our breathtaking excursions in Bali.

Visit Bali and explore the rice fields in Ubud

Located in the southern part of Bali, Ubud attracts many tourists due to its landscapes of undulating rice field terraces. It is one of the most beautiful rice fields that you can visit when you go on excursion in Bali. It is completely surrounded by a serene and well-preserved natural environment. You can walk on foot or ride a bicycle. The peasants are more numerous than tourists and they will greet you with a smile. The environment in the plantations is like paradise and you will be surrounded by coconut trees.

Ubud is also the bastion of numerous artists who exhibit their paintings in the art galleries on the roadside. Why don’t you take a quick look at them and buy one of the famous batiks - fabrics decorated with diverse traditional scenes.

Make a detour to Goa Gajah, a temple located at the heart of a cave on the outskirts of the jungle. It is one of the oldest historic monuments in Bali which is derived from a blend of two cultures, Hinduism and Buddhism.

Experience traditional Balinese dance in Ubud

Every evening, traditional Balinese dances are performed everywhere in the city, under the awestruck gaze of hundreds of spectators. Observe the movements of the colourfully-dressed dancers who gracefully move in tune with enchanting music.

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In the wild jungle of Tegallalang

In Tegallalang, ferns and tall grasses grow in deep valleys where rivers flow and rice fields seem to cling to the edge of the gorges. One feature of this destination that you must absolutely not miss is the big swing that you can sit on while you move through the air above the spectacular view of the surrounding natural environment. This is an unforgettable experience and you can take beautiful photographs.

Explore the local craftwork which rivals that of Ubud. Tegallalang is also a bastion for Balinese sculptors who work with wood and other materials. Chimes made of bamboo, photo albums made from palm leaves and sculpted fruits are some of the original souvenirs that you can bring from your excursions in Bali.

Extraordinary hike to the Agung volcano

Mount Agung towers over the island at a height of 3,100 metres. Experienced hikers may climb it from Selat village or from Besakih temple (the two main starting points). The first pathway will enable you to reach the edge of a crater but you will not be able to reach the

highest crater. The highest crater is accessible only from Besakih temple. When you reach this peak, you will enjoy panoramic views of Lombok Island and the southern part of Bali. It is a mind-boggling spectacle. Here is a tip: set off at night so that you can watch the magnificent sunrise on the volcano.

As you can see, excursions to Bali offer so many possibilities ranging from a simple cultural immersion to a backpack adventure at the heart of the Indonesian jungle. Explore the multiple facets of Bali!

A pathway that is more accessible for less experienced hikers

If you don’t feel up to climbing this impressive mountain, you can also take the small road from Redang to Putung, which is halfway up the slope. It goes through very beautiful traditional villages that border rice fields and also affords some spectacular views.

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