Amazing Things to Experience in Bali

Amazing Things to Experience in Bali
02 May 2023

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Bali is an incredible destination for travelers of all types, whether you’re a backpacker, solo traveler, digital nomad, or just looking for a great tropical getaway! With beautiful beaches, incredibly lush and vibrant jungles, bustling markets, and some of the best food you will ever eat, Bali has something for everyone. This guide to things to do in Bali includes everything from incredible beaches, cultural activities, and beach clubs, so you can start planning what adventures are going to make your fun-filled vacation complete!

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Visit Tanah Lot Temple

Tanah Lot Temple is a must-see for anyone visiting Bali. It sits atop an outcrop of rock jutting out from the shore and is surrounded by the sea, giving it a stunning backdrop. It’s no wonder people flock here – it’s believed that such a special place has powerful spiritual connections. Visitors will not only be able to witness the beautiful architecture but can also enjoy witnessing Balinese rituals during public holidays or just take some time to marvel at this unique site. Make sure to mark your visit to Tanah Lot as one of the must-dos on your trip to Bali.

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Try Surfing

If you want to add some excitement to your trip to Bali, why not try surfing? There’s a wide range of beaches for all types of surfers, whether you’re a beginner or an expert. Uluwatu Beach is a great spot for both beginner and advanced surfers, where the waves offer exciting rides along the shore. Meanwhile, intermediate and more advanced surfers can head over to Canggu Beach, where the surf community is especially strong. You’ll have no problem making friends in Bali if you’re surfing.

Take a Relaxing Yoga Class

Taking a yoga class while in Bali is a unique way to relax and enjoy the culture. From studios located on tropical beaches, to mountain hideaways, there are class options for any yogi looking for an escape. Whether it’s sunrise yoga to start your day off with calmness or an intense hot yoga workout, you will feel connected both physically and spiritually after a class in this lush paradise. With each instructor bringing their own style of teaching, finding a practice that resonates with you is easy to do! Experiencing a yoga retreat in Bali will give you the chance to unwind and reconnect with your inner self – something that cannot be replicated anywhere else in the world.

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Join a Balinese Cooking Class

If you’re looking for a fun and unique way to explore Balinese culture, why not join a Balinese cooking class? Led by local chefs, these classes will teach you the tips and tricks of traditional Balinese cuisine, as well as some of its signature dishes. Using fresh and local ingredients, you’ll learn how to prepare delicious delicacies such as spicy mie goreng noodles, flavorful beef rendang, and crispy babi guling. At the end of the class, you get to gather around with your fellow cooks and try your creations!

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Go Shopping at Ubud Market

If you’re looking for a great place to pick up some souvenirs and handcrafted Balinese decor, then you should definitely head over to the Ubud Market. From traditional Balinese jewelry and handmade textiles to beach bags and sarongs, the market has something for everyone. There are hundreds of stalls selling souvenirs at reasonable prices, and bargains are just waiting to be had. Make sure to arrive early – the crowds arrive fast.

Try the Best Beach Clubs

Boasting some of the world’s most breathtaking beaches, Bali is the perfect destination for beach lovers and sun seekers alike. There’s no better way to experience the stunning shores of this stunning Indonesian island than by visiting one of its many incredible beach clubs. From sandy stretches surrounded by jungle-clad hills and terraces complete with pool bars to endless stretches of paradise with palm tree-dotted sand, these beach clubs provide chilled vibes that beckon visitors from far and wide. Whether you prefer your day in the sun listening to the mellow tunes of live DJs or want to go for a swim, Bali won’t disappoint when it comes to an epic beach club experience.

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Visit the Surrounding Islands

Taking a day trip to explore some of Bali’s surrounding islands is a must-do while you’re there. Immerse yourself in the beauty of tiny, pristine beaches and crystal-clear waters. You can spend some time on the small island of Lembongan, where you can go snorkeling and try the best fresh seafood. Take a boat ride over to Nusa Ceningan for breathtaking views from its famous cliff jumps. Alternatively, you can visit Nusa Penida, which is known for its incredible nature, including Diamond Beach and Kelingking Beach.

Spend time at Uluwatu’s Beaches

Uluwatu is the perfect place to spend some time on the beach if you’re in Bali. From golden sand and plunging cliff faces, to gentle shallow waters and powerful yet picturesque surf breaks, Uluwatu’s beaches have something for everyone. The sunsets here are also incredibly beautiful; it’s a great spot to retreat to after an exciting day exploring all that Bali has to offer. Bring your swimsuit and some sunscreen so you can take full advantage of everything this stunning area has to offer!

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See Dolphins in Lovina

For a truly unforgettable experience in Bali, heading over to Lovina Beach should be at the top of your travel bucket list. Not only can you enjoy stunning views and swim in the crystal clear waters, but friendly dolphins can often be seen in the morning if you hop on a local boat. Tours are very affordable and you’re almost guaranteed to encounter dolphins.

Victoria Heinz

Victoria is a travel blogger and writer from Germany and now spends most of her time in Bali, Indonesia. Her blog focuses on South East Asia and budget travel.

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