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05 amazing sights to see in Bali- You have got to see it to believe it!

In recent times, Bali has become synonymous with an idyllic retreat. A space for adventure and reconnection with one's true self. Today we will be taking you through some of the most magnificent sights in Bali guaranteed to enhance your experience!


Tegalalang Rice Terraces

No matter your purpose for visiting Bali, it is a rare day when someone chooses to skip out on checking out these intricate and mosaic rice terraces. There is a host of things to do in Ubud, Bali but given that this location is considered the best place for a trendy Instagram photo, it is unlikely that anyone would miss this opportunity. If you are visiting, we would definitely recommend that you drop in during the early hours of the morning around 8 pm to catch the golden rays of shimmering light bouncing off the verdant green terraces of rice!


Sekumpul Waterfall

One of the most stunning waterfalls you may ever encounter but it is remotely located, typically at least a two-hour drive from most major tourist attractions and resort accommodation. Fret not, many hotels like the Chapung Sebali will provide you with a fully guided tour of these waterfalls so that you may enjoy a small hike, a quick dip in the pool and spend some time taking in the misty spray of the waterfall.


Diamond Beach

Are you on the search for breath-taking beaches and shorelines? Do you want nothing more than to find your own secluded beach to escape any sign of civilization? Then you are in luck! The Diamond Beach in Nusa Penida Island is just what you are looking for. Silky white sand, azure waters and overhang of huge limestone cliffs make for the perfect getaway where the only noise you will hear is the sound of the ocean lapping on the shore.


Mount Batur

This monumental mountain is flocked to by visitors every morning to witness the crack of dawn from atop its 1,700-meter summit. As the sky explodes into a million different shades of orange, pink and yellow the world seems to slightly recede as you witness a sight of a lifetime unfold before you. The hike, being heavily frequented, takes about 2-3 hours and has plenty of landmarks to guide you. We recommend you get yourself a pair of heavy-set hiking boots and put on plenty of clothes to protect you against the cold winds all the way at the summit!


The Sidemen Valley

Lying in the shadow of Mount Agung, this sleepy valley is home to a variety of villages that reflect a time now long past, a time of a less industrialised Bali. Perfect for the visitor looking to hike and get away from the more tourist-heavy attractions, the valley is adorned with green farmland and is a picture of serenity. Homestays are a popular option in the Sidemen Valley, providing visitors with a glimpse into the life of a local along with their cultural activities as well as their daily activities. Apart from hiking, you will also be able to go rafting and practice some yoga with the mountains as a beautiful backdrop.

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