The Ultimate Bali Travel Guide

Feb 3 17:01 2021 Harry Suyal Print This Article

Bali Travel Guide 2021 is an excellent primer to learn more about the Bali Holiday Packages for the island destinations. Bali is one of the most popular destination among Indians for its economy, proximity, and ancient cultural ties with India.

Explore forested volcanic mountains, iconic rice paddies, coral reefs, and exotic beaches. Visit

Balinese Hindu Sea Temple, Uluwatu Temple, for a devotional experience. Yoga and meditation retreats are other attractions.

Bali Packages from India

TrueHAB offers multiple Bali Holiday Packages for all types of tourists and budgets. Book budget Bali Holiday Packages with TrueHAB at the best price to explore this Indonesian island.

Graceful Bali Package

Graceful Bali Package for four days is your chance to explore this island destination. This package includes breakfast,Guest Posting hotel, guide, sightseeing, and cab for INR 42868. Our local representative will assist you with the transfer to and from the airport and sightseeing of Bali's top tourist attractions.

A half-day tour on the second day will cover Uluwatu and Kuta Beach. A full-day tour on the third day will take you to Kintamani.

Inviting Bali Package(INR 14085)

Our representative will transfer you to the hotel, where you will be greeted with a welcome drink for this 6-day tour to Bali. You will visit Kintamani Volcano, Silversmiths at Celukvillage, Lake Batur, Mount Batur, and wood carving at Mas village. Next, enjoy your leisure with a sunbath and swimming on the beach.

Next, you will visit Taman Ayun Royal Family Temple at Mengwi Village, Lake Beratan, Bedugal Vegetable Plantations, and Hindu temple at Tanah Lot.

Tantalizing Bali (INR 19,800)

This package covers the cliff temple Pura Luhur Uluwatu, sculptures and stone statues at Batubulan Village, Barong/Kris dance, Taman Ayun Temple at Mengwi Village, Bedugul, Lake Bratan, Candi Kuning market.

Places to Visit in Bali

Uluwatu

Uluwatu Temple is dedicated to Sang Hyang Widhi Wasa in his manifestation as Rudra. It is a Balinese Hindu sea temple. Beautiful beaches, beach clubs, and first-rate clifftop resorts are the places to unwind.

Kuta Beach

Kuta Beach attracts youth for nightlife, bars, nightclubs, and a long sandy beach. This popular resort area is close to Bali International Airport. You can conveniently visit this beach at the beginning or end of your trip to Bali.

Kintamani

Accompany guide to visit the countryside hills of Kintamani volcano and spectacular views of Mount Batur and Lake Batur. Celukvillage is home to silversmiths, and you can see painting and wood carving at Mas village. Rice terraces and Holy Spring Water Temple are other prominent sites.

Taman Ayun Royal Family Temple

Pura Taman Ayun is among the six representative temples at Mengwi Village in Bali, 18 kilometers west of Denpasar. It is known as the family temple for the royal dynasty. KingGusti Agung Anom constructed this temple in 1634.

Lake Beratan and Hindu Temple

This hollow lake at Bedugul is a significant attraction of Bali. It is around the Ulun Danu Beratan temple in the middle of the ocean. Parasailing, banana boating, canoeing, fishing, bike riding, and water skiing are recreational activities.

Jimbaran Beach

Bali's southwestern coast is home to tranquil and peaceful Jimbaran Beach and Jimbaran Bay. The area serves as a romantic retreat, and its famous seafood attracts foodies.

Batubulan Village

Its sculptures, stone statues, and lively dances make it an art village west of Gianyar regency. Barong dance is performed at five stages of Puseh Temple Stage, Tegal Tamu Stage, Denjalan Stage, Sachadewa Stage, and Sila Budaya Stage. Barong and Kris dance inspire arts with Balinese mythology, musical instruments, and ornate costumes.

Tegenungan Waterfall

This waterfall at the Tegenungan Kemenuh village is a popular tourist attraction with verdant greenery and peaceful vibes in south Ubud.

Tegalalang Village

Local peasants plant and harvest the most beautiful terraced rice fields. Rice is an integral part of the Balinese culture. Lush rice field landscapes and stunning scenery inspire tourists and artists equally and represent the island's rural countryside.

Things to Do

Bali is one of the best bets to experience active volcanic peaks, emerald rice fields, sea waves, verdant rainforests, spirituality, and Asian traditions. Here is a round-up of top things to do in Bali for a never before experience in a magical Island destination.

Spend a few days with a local family

Try to spend some days with a local family to learn about Balinese people, their lives, and delicacies.

Snorkeling

Snorkeling with tortoises at Gili Air is the activity to discover marine life.

Surfing

Unlike Uluwatu or Canggu, Kuta is the place for the first-time surfers with an instructor.

Indonesian Food

Vegan, cakes, burgers, and Indonesian food are the specialties at Canggu. You can also savor Indonesian buffet lunch at a local restaurant.

Tirta Empul Temple (Hindu Temple)

Take a dip in the spring water that has therapeutic properties to heal and cleanse humans.

Traditional Balinese dance

Balinese dance is a century-old tradition and cornerstone of Indonesian culture, beliefs, and everyday life. Watch the Ramayana ballet at the Ubud Palace. Batubulan Village is the place to witness Barong and Kris dance. Uluwatu and Ubud are famous for Kecak and Fire dance.

Discover the wilderness

Jungle treks through the rainforests and tree groves are the main activities at Ubud and Munduk. Exotic birds and lakes like Buyan and Tamblingan are the main attractions.

The Yoga Barn

Dance classes, 7 yoga studios, and meditation centers are the sites for astrology sessions, Kirtan concerts, and human wellbeing at the barn, a locality in Central Ubud.

Sunset view

The sunset from Uluwatu Cliff is one of the things you must see in Bali. Potato Head Beach Club in Seminyak is famous for sunset point, DJs, and local delicacy tapa. The iconic Tanah Lot offers the most spectacular sunset views in Bali.

Shopping

Visit Ubud Market to buy baskets, hats, statues, kites, handmade woven bags, lightweight shirts, hand-crafted goods, and silk scarves. Candi Kuning is another famous market to buy souvenirs.

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Harry Suyal
Harry Suyal

Harish Suyal is a Travel Blogger who loves to write on various travel destinations. He wrote many blogs and articles for various travel portals. He also writes articles about domestic and international vacations for TrueHAB. He recently wrote about Bali Travel for an incredible experience in these favorite destinations.

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