Places to Visit in Bali
Rice Fields, Ubud
One of the first things that come to mind when talking about Bali is undoubtedly the rice terraces. Since rice is Bali's main food source, there are rice fields all over the island, but the most famous are the Tegalallang and Jatiluwih rice terraces in Ubud, which are on the UNESCO World Heritage List that turn the valley into a ladder-shaped field. You have to get there early in the morning to avoid the heat and tourist crowds.
Infinity Pools Overlooking the Forest
There are many infinity pools in Bali, but those in Ubud are the most legendary. Because nowhere else's scenery and peace can match Ubud's. But most of the scenic pools overlooking the most beautiful corner of the forest are within the resort hotels.
Lempuyang Temple is both one of the holiest places in Bali and one of the most popular spots for Instagram freaks. Unfortunately, you cannot enter the temple because the locals, who are very annoyed by the inappropriate behavior of tourists in the holy places (including artistic yoga poses), have found the solution to ban tourists from entering.
Nevertheless, the fact that it is not accessible has not prevented the influx of tourists who come to take pictures at its iconic door. On some days, queues for a few hours can occur. Luckily, if the weather is clear, a Mount Agung appears right at the center of the door, adding a wonderful effect to the photos.
Nusa Penida Island
If you really want to see what natural beauty is, this is the right address. It has such legendary, unspoiled beaches for resting their heads that each one looks like they are straight out of postcards.
It is also an ideal spot for diving, observing large sea creatures such as Manta Rays and Mola Mola. It is not a developed and touristic place like Bali. This makes it a much more adventurous place.
Selfie Parks on Wanagiri Road