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Where to go while on a 3-day visit to Bali -Making the most of your holiday!

Bali is an island filled with too many surprises so whether you have just three days or one month is irrelevant to have a good time. Explore the wonders of this paradise during your visit.

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Uluwatu Temple

Uluwatu Temple

If you have only three days to enjoy, your accommodation is key. Pick your choice from the range of Bali Luxury Villas and if you are lucky and early you can get a reservation at some of the most popular resorts such as the Anantara Uluwatu Bali Resort. No one leaves Bali without visiting the Uluwatu Temple so you know what goes on top of your list. Nestled on a steep cliff 70m above the sea level, the Uluwatu Temple is not only famous for its architecture but also for the breathtaking surrounding that it sits in. The evening scenery around the temple during sunset is extraordinary and the Kecak dance performances add further charm to your view. A small patch of forest overlooks the temple where you find hundreds of monkeys who are believed to be the guardians of the temple from bad influences. Uluwatu is a Hindu Temple and the followers believe that the three divine powers of Hinduism Brahma, Vishnu and Siva become one here.

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Kecak Fire Dance

Kecak Fire Dance

If you are travelling with kids or you are not so much a culture vulture then the New Kuta Green Park is a great choice. This is an amusement park entailing a waterpark and outdoor games. There's a lot of space for splashing around in the water and outdoor adventure sports including bungee jumping, flying fox rides as well as paintballing. You can easily spend half a day here if you are short of time if you are in for a longer stay, you can spend a whole day having fun and adventure.

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New Kuta Green Park

New Kuta Green Park

If you are travelling with kids or you are not so much a culture vulture then the New Kuta Green Park is a great choice. This is an amusement park entailing a waterpark and outdoor games. There's a lot of space for splashing around in the water and outdoor adventure sports including bungee jumping, flying fox rides as well as paintballing. You can easily spend half a day here if you are short of time if you are in for a longer stay, you can spend a whole day having fun and adventure.

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Padang Padang Beach

Padang Padang Beach

A trip to Bali is incomplete without a stroll in one of its beautiful beaches. Padang Padang beach not only comes with a breathtaking view but it is also considered as one of the best surf spots in Bali with its challenging and impressive waves. Go for a stroll during dusk and join the groups of people staring ahead admiring the impressive sight of the sunset.