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Museum Negeri Propinsi Bali
This museum located in Denspar, Indonesia has several buildings featuring Balinese culture. Architecture, statues, textiles, ceremonial objects and more can be seen on display. Price of admission for adults is 10,000Rp. Hours are 8am-4pm Saturday through Thursday, 8am-12:30pm Friday. Call +62361222680 for more information on Museum Negeri Propinsi Bali.
Located in Tampaksiring, Gunung Kawi is a large ancient monument with numerous shrines carved out of rock. These incredible shrines span a large area, so be prepared to hike. As you are walking you will see temples, streams, fountains and monuments making the journey peaceful and unforgettable. Gunung Kawi is open 7am-5pm.
Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary
As the name suggests, this monkey sanctuary is located deep in the jungle of Indonesia in Ubud and houses three temples. Tourists are surrounded by Balinese macaques roaming the sanctuary. Visit www.monkeyforestbud.com for more information.
Pura Taman Ayun
This sprawling complex served as the main temple of the Mengwi Kingdom dating back to 1634. Pura Taman Ayun covers a large area that includes a courtyard and lotus-blossom filled pools. Opening hours are from 8am-6pm.
Pura Luhur Ulu Watu
This temple in Ulu Watu is located on the top of a cliff overlooking the Indian Ocean. Breathtaking views and intricate carvings make this peninsula temple a great destination for tourists.
Bali Botanic Garden
The gorgeous Bali Botanic Garden is located in Candikuning with opening hours from 7am-6pm. Visitors should expect to pay 18,000Rp for entrance. Visit www.balibotanicgarden.org to learn more.
This lively market in Sukawati and Puya is open from 6am-8pm and features flowers, baskets and more. Delicious food and colorful fruits can be found at the market that is a must-visit for tourists in the area.
Taman Tirta Gangga
Taman Tirta Gangga is a water palace with multi-levels and two swimming ponds near Bali. Koi fish swim in ponds filled with lotus blossoms and giant fountains. Price for adults is 10,000Rp and 5,000Rp for children. This stunning palace is open 24hrs, but the ticket office is only open 6am-6pm.
Setia Darma House of Masks & Puppets
Over 7,000 masks and puppets are housed in this museum in Ubud that is regarded as one of the best in the area. The museum is open 8am-4pm, call +62361977404 for more information.
Potato Head is an incredible beach club in Bali. Located just off the water, visitors can wander in from the beach and enjoy the pool bar, nice restaurant, or relaxing atmosphere. The club stays open until 2am, visit www.ptthead.com for more information.
Air Panas Banjar
Natural hot springs pour water through stone carved mythical serpents in West Bali. The water pours into three layered pools, and the warmness makes them perfect for a morning or evening dip. A café overlooks the pools which is open 8am-6pm. The adult price is 6,000Rp, children 3,000Rp.
Taman Nasional Bali Barat
Taman Nasional Bali Barat is Bali’s only National Park. The park covers a large area that includes over 200 species of plants. Wild animals roam the forest and tourists can participate in activities like diving, hiking, and exploring.
This cultural performance near Ulu Watu is popular for visitors who are treated to traditional dance, festive costumes and a breathtaking sea view. The performance begins at sunset and admission is 100,000Rp for guests.
A day trip from Bali to Lembongan Island is popular for tourists looking for adventure and a family-fun journey. Visitors can enjoy activities including snorkeling, scuba diving, parasailing and more. Tours depart from major hotels and include a free lunch buffet and snacks.
Museum Le Mayeur
This museum in Sanur showcases the work of Le Mayeur de Merpres, a significant artist whose use of vibrant colors was influential on young artists in Bali. Admission for adults is 10,000Rp and 5,000Rp for children. The museum is open 8am-4pm Saturday through Thursday, 8am-12:30pm on Friday.
Goa Gajah is an ancient cave in Bedulu that is open to visitors from 8am-6pm. The cave is carved into rock and features statues inside with historical significance. The price for admission is 10,000Rp for adults and 5,000Rp for children.
This popular large museum located in Nusa Dua features over 600 paintings from several centuries and many famous European artists are represented. The museum is open to visitors from 10am-6pm and admission is 70,000Rp.
Sanur Beachfront Walk
Locals and tourists both enjoy the nearly 5k long beachfront walk in Sanur. Walkers pass fishing boats, luxurious villas, and also have an incredible view of Nusa Penida. The relaxing beachfront trip is ideal at sunset.
Bali Bird Park
Thousands of birds from hundreds of species are housed in this bird park in Batubulan. Exotic and rare species are featured including the nearly extinct Bali starlings. The park is family-friendly, visit www.bali-bird-park.com/ for more information.
Rimba Reptile Park
Rimba Reptile Park is located in Batubulan and features over 20 reptile species. Visitors can see interesting creatures including crocodiles, pythons, and Komodo dragons.