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Best Activities in Bali - Things to do in a paradise isle!

Being a tropical island located off the coast of Indonesia, Bali's landscape is filled with wonders! With Stunning volcanic cliffs, stepped rice paddies, turquoise waters and white sand beaches, The island is indeed the perfect getaway for fun and relaxation. If you are planning to visit here anytime soon here are a few activities that you should consider doing.


Visit the Tanah Lot Temple

Perched on a rock surrounded by turquoise waters, Tanah Lot is one of the most iconic temples in Bali. With waves of the tropical ocean crashing on its base, the temple looks most stunning during sunset. The temple pays homage to guardian spirits of the ocean and it boasts a tranquil ambience. Even if you aren't looking for spiritual wisdom, the extremely scenic site makes up for an idyllic site for photography. Also being regarded as a popular tourist destination, there are eateries, restaurants, and souvenir shops around the temple.


Surfing in Kuta

Known for its stunning sunset sceneries and sheer natural beauty, Kuta Beach is a popular destination in Bali. The beach receives moderate winds from the ocean which brings in gentle waves which are ideal for surfing. It small and consistent break waves which are ideal for those who are learning to surf. Visitors can rent surfboards at any of the many surf shops that are dotted around the beach. There are also a number of Seminyak Hotels located in proximity and Hotel Indigo Bali Seminyak Beach would be an ideal option to plan your after a tiring day of surfing.


Visit Ulan Danu Temple

Located on top of an island in the edge of the Quaint Baratan Lake, this temple is dedicated to the lake goddesses and it could come in as one of the most surreal and peaceful places in Bali. The temple boasts intricately designed structures and features a number of shrines that houses different gods and goddesses.


Witness the local life

Bali is home to a warm and hospitable population and heading out to the populated regions around the island and interacting with them is certainly a unique experience. There are villages on the island which has stepped paddy fields you could see people engaged in agriculture and cattle rearing. Life here is slow comparatively difficult and yet it is so surreal and peaceful. Seeing and experience their simple way of living will certainly change how you perceive the world and it could indeed clear your mind from worries and stress.


Taste the local cuisine

The quintessential part of exploring Bali is savouring its food! Although the food culture of Bali is predominantly influenced by Indonesian cuisine, the island has its own culinary style. A variety of noodle dishes and tropical fruits adorn the entrée of Bali food menu and whatever you choose to taste you will certainly be in delight. There is an assortment of fried, grilled and sautéed local dishes to indulge in but if you aren't comfortable with eating local food, you could find a myriad of restaurants that serve international favourites. Some of the dishes you must try during your time here are, Mie Goreng, Nasi Goreng, Nasi Campur and Bebek Betutu.

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