Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary: A place of spirituality and ecology, this sanctuary sits in the jungle and includes a temple complex from the 14th century, now providing a home for a community of macaques.
A water park with attractively landscaped grounds, Waterbom Bali features pools, slides, and spas, as well as restaurants serving local and international specialties.
Sitting on a large offshore rock, this 16th-century temple remains a popular place for Hindu pilgrimages, while its dramatic location makes it one of the island’s key landmarks.
Dramatically perched on the edge of rocky cliffs, this temple stands as one of the island’s most revered religious sites, providing a home for local monkeys. Beside that “Kecak” traditional Bali dance on the sunset near the uluwatu temple.
A World Heritage Site, Prambanan Temples were as constructed in the 9th century and feature 8 main shrines, each with carved exterior decorations and spires, fine examples of Hindu sculpture and architecture.
Borobudur Temple was constructed during the 9th century using over 2 million stone bricks–today, it’s one of the largest Buddhist shrines in the world, protected by UNESCO for its cultural and historical importance.
Bustling Kuta Beach serves as a premier spot for surfing, swimming and hanging out by the sea–the sandy coastline is lined with surf rental stores, restaurants, and bars.
This popular attraction in Indonesia includes a water park, performance areas (where visitors try their hand at traditional Balinese dances), and a natural habitat for over 60 different species, including elephants, snakes, and birds.
Tegalalang Rice Terrace consists of a set of distinctively tiered paddies, providing nutrition and a livelihood for locals while also attracting artists and photographers.
The sands of Sanur Beach provide the location for many relaxing Indonesia vacations, with access to popular hotels and eateries, and tour and diving boats cruising around offshore.
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