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6 Hidden Gems You Should Explore in The Eastern Part of Bali - Discover the untold treasures of Bali!

The eastern side of Bali is home to a number of hidden gems that are sure to win your heart. Without further ado, let's take a look at the places you ought to visit!


Tukad Yeh Unda Dam

You may have heard that Bali is home to beautiful beaches, luxury resorts like Anantara Uluwatu Bali Resort, rice terraces and waterfalls. But are you aware that there is a dam in Bali that is perfect for Instagram? If you aren't, then you may find it in the Semarapura Kelod Kangin neighbourhood of the Klungkung Regency. This dam has been a popular tourist destination in recent years. You can also sit here and take in the verdant scenery, which will instantly fill you with a sense of calm and contentment.


Bias Tugel Beach

This beach, which can be found in the Karangasem Regency and is close to Padangbai Village, is not often mentioned when discussing the best places to visit in east Bali. The most highlighted beaches in Bali seem to be the ones in Kuta, Canggu, and the beaches in Uluwatu. Things to do here in Bias Tugel beach might not be many as it is cut off from the rest of the world by a series of coral hills. On the other hand, for those who are looking for a new experience, this location has a lot of amazing things to offer that make it well worth the effort to get there. First, the seclusion of this beach makes it an ideal location for intimate get-togethers since it offers a peaceful atmosphere. Second, the pristine atmosphere of nature combined with the breathtaking views of the ocean will never fail to take your breath away. You should go to Bias Tugel Beach without giving it a second thought.


Goa Lawah Temple

The Goa Lawah Temple, also known as the Bat Cave Temple, is widely considered to be one of the most significant temples on the island of Bali. The temple complex is constructed around a cave entrance that is home to a colony of bats. The temple was constructed back in the eleventh century. If you decide to visit this temple, you won't only be able to see the breathtaking beauty of the temples, but you'll also be able to make out the contours of the island of Nusa Penida from here. A fascinating adventure that will be!


Candidasa Beach

Candidasa Beach is an interesting beach that has a breathtaking landscape and a laidback atmosphere, perfect for lounging about. It is roughly an hour and a half drive from Denpasar to the village of Candidasa, which is situated in the Karangasem Regency. It was originally a fishing town that was developed in the 12th century, and it wasn't until the 1970s that it was transformed into a tourist destination.


Kanto Lampo Waterfall

If you are looking for a calm and laidback holiday, then make sure to visit this place for sure! This waterfall can be found in Beng Village, located in Gianyar Regency. It is situated in close proximity to public transport, thus travelling to the location won't be too difficult for you.