10 Best Festivals in Bali

10 Best Festivals in Bali

The best festivals in Bali can add a lot of color to your visit, whether you are looking for unique moments to be captured or in-depth meetings with people who have similar tendencies. This annual event ranges from arts and cultural events to beach parties at one of the world’s top electronic music festivals. Indulge your eyes on various sides of rich Balinese arts and culture through a month-long festival in the provincial capital of Bali, Denpasar, or go to Sanur in August where all coastal villages live with exhibitions and fun and games on the sand that can also be You follow. For something truly unique, watch and take part in the boisterous celebrations and fiery papier-mâché fire parade before Bali’s ‘day of silence’. See the full list of our Bali events here. Dates can vary every year, so check back often!

1 Bali Arts Festival Denpasar (June-July)

Heading to the provincial capital of Bali between June and July for the Bali Arts Festival which has been going on for a long time on the island. The opening parade is one that must be seen, traditionally held at Puputan Renon Square in Denpasar (in front of the Bajra Sandhi Museum), where a wealth of traditional dances and dramas throughout the islands from 8 districts are on display. There were also delegates from other islands in Indonesia who came to participate. Throughout the month, you can enjoy a variety of live exhibitions and shows scheduled at the Taman Werdhi Budaya Arts Center in Denpasar.

2 Bali Kite Festival Sanur (June-August)

The Balinese are very well known for their kites, and the best time to watch the sky is covered with flying giants is during the windy season, between July and August. That’s when the Bali Kite Festival takes place, with …

ADVENTURE FILLY DAY QUAD BIKING IN BALI, INDONESIA

ADVENTURE FILLY DAY QUAD BIKING IN BALI, INDONESIA

In the midst of rice fields in North Ubud, storks exploring rice fields for small fish, farmers work hard to plow land and us? Yes, we are having an adrenaline adventure through the beautiful Balinese countryside! Quad bike. Buggy Dirt. Fast river tubing. Bali Quad Discovery Tours has all been closed! Bali Quad Discovery Tours is a well-established company with more than 15 years of experience in the adventure tourism industry in Bali. Because we really couldn’t decide which tour to go to, we chose the 2 in 1 adventure tour where we could do a little of everything.

Our 2 in 1 adventure with Bali Quad Discovery Tours
After waking up brightly and early in the morning, excited for the adventure of the days, we waited eagerly outside our hotel. As if it were clockwork, our driver stopped at 8:15 on time. When he jumped out of the vehicle while clutching his list of names, he gave us a breakfast bag consisting of a bottle of water, a bar of chocolate, and a box of juice. The perfect surprise for someone who is clearly not a morning person! Getting into the car with other adventurers, a warm smile from the driver, professionalism and friendly attitude convinced us that we were on a good day.

After a short trip from our hotel in Ubud, we arrived at the ATV Bali house. Soon we were shown the facilities where we could leave our belongings, were invited to help ourselves to drink tea, coffee and cakes and were shown a security video detailing quads and train operations.

What To Use For Your Adventure with Bali Quad Discovery Tours:
Like most adrenaline-provoking adventures, you should wear comfortable clothes so you don’t mind getting wet and dirty! Solid shoes like trainers are the best …

Top 10 Bali Shopping

Top 10 Bali Shopping

Enjoy the best shopping experience in Bali in these extraordinary places, where you can find treasures in the form of items ranging from arts and crafts, unique household appliances, antiques, finely carved jewelry, wooden sculptures, and fabrics weaving and cloth dyed. Bali is a place where international and world-famous designer brands can be found right next to local and handmade antiques. Offering a variety of shopping venues, from fixed prices to bargains, and from genuine goods to counterfeit goods. The art market is a favorite for souvenirs and bargain hunters. If you don’t really like bargaining and looking for a more modern shopping place, go to one of the pleasant air-conditioned malls in Bali, with dining and entertainment features inside the hotel. Bali has become the base for world-class fashion designers, so why not visit their flagship boutique when you are on the island? Whatever your shopping list calls for, here is the best shopping experience to help you get started on your next shopping adventure in Bali.

1 Shopping Mall

The Bali shopping scene has come a long way to include some of the most modern malls in Indonesia. There is one (or more) in each of the main resort areas. In Kuta, for example, there are more than 3 famous malls, including Kuta Beachwalk, just across the road from the beach with a unique, spacious and unique design which is the main departure from ordinary malls. As a tourist island destination, Bali may be lacking in high-rise metropolitan buildings and luxury malls, but some of our favorites are quite large complexes with many ways of eating and entertainment. Some department stores and souvenir shops where you can hunt souvenirs, especially if you are tired of bidding on the art market.

2 Art Market

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10 Best Things to Do in Ubud

10 Best Things to Do in Ubud

Ubud, near the cool central highlands of Bali, is a treasure trove of cultural landmarks, ranging from ancient temples and majestic ancient royal palaces, to beautiful panoramas of green hillsides and rice terraces. The city and its suburbs in Gianyar Regency, is your holiday destination if you are also interested in Balinese culture, arts and crafts, such as where some of the world-famous craftsmen and collectors have visited, lived and worked, created or compiled eclectic masterpieces that you can observe in local museums and art galleries. While most museums and galleries are located along the main road Jalan Raya Ubud, a few kilometers away from the city center are other interesting places to visit and spend half a day, such as Bali Safari & Marine Park, Setia Darma House Mask and Dolls, and Tegenungan Waterfall.

1 Ubud Monkey Forest

Ubud The Monkey Forest is one of the few forests inhabited by long-tailed gray monkeys in Bali, and perhaps the most famous among others because of its community-based management, location and ease of access. It is located on the outskirts of the main center of Ubud, and is overseen by the village of Padangtegal. Also known as the Padangtegal Sacred Monkey Forest, and as officially referred to as the Wenara Wana Tourism Mandala, the Ubud Monkey Forest is a place of scientific research as well as a site of spiritual and cultural aspects with temples sanctified by villagers deep inside. reason. Read More … Opening Hours: Mon – Sun 08:00 – 18:00 Location: Monkey Forest Road, Padangtegal, Ubud Tel: +62 (0) 361 971 304

2 Tegallalang Rice Terraces

A centuries-old traditional irrigation system in Bali known as ‘Subak’ has been created among the most beautiful terraced landscapes in Southeast Asia. A few minutes drive north from the center of Ubud, the …

10 Must See Temples in Bali

10 Must See Temples in Bali

Ancient Balinese temples adorn the highlands and the coast. Some of them have become the most iconic landmarks on the island. They display ancient architecture that is magnificent for centuries. Good for photos, usually set with exotic backgrounds. It is best to watch them during the temple memorial. Such events occur twice in the Gregorian year, because dates are based on a local 210 day calendar. On other days, these temples are a great place to visit at least once during your time in Bali. Every temple is unique. Try Bes Pura Besakih ‘against the cloudy peaks of Mount Agung. Or, the mysterious ruins of Goa Gajah near Ubud. Sunset and golden silhouettes in Uluwatu and Tanah Lot are also magical. Remember to wear decent clothes on every visit to Bali. Most sarongs and slings are provided ‘for rent’ in all locations.

1 Tanah Lot Tabanan, West Bali Tanah Lot is probably the most frequently displayed temple on a Bali postcard. It features a unique offshore setting. The sunset here should not be missed. This temple is located on the coast of Beraban village in Tabanan Regency. An ancient Hindu temple above the outcrop stands in the midst of the waves that continue to hit. This is just one of the main highlights of Bali that should not be missed in a tour to Bali. This temple is also an easy independent journey, because it is only a 45-minute drive from Kuta. The onshore site consists of smaller inland village temples in addition to the visitor’s recreational facilities. This includes restaurants, shops and cultural parks that feature regular dance performances. The best time to visit this Balinese temple is on the holy day of Kuningan and on the anniversary of the temple, five days later. A festive pilgrimage usually takes …

10 Best Things to Do in Seminyak Bali

Seminyak, with its humble beginnings, has evolved into the most sophisticated and luxurious beach resort area in Bali for many years, but still lacks significant local tourist attractions that usually occupy other popular destinations in Bali, such as Ubud for example. There is only one original and famous landmark, the Petitenget Temple, which is well hidden and interspersed with far more fashionable views of Seminyak, behind its trendy restaurants and rows of seemingly endless designer boutiques lined up along the way main. However, among all modernity and luxury, there are some interesting sides in Seminyak that can be explored, most are within walking distance or an easy taxi ride from your luxury resort or villa. The following tourist attractions also serve as good places to escape from dining, shopping, and bustle traffic in this developed region.

10 Best Things to Do in Seminyak Bali

1 Seminyak Beach Located on the west coast of the southern region of Bali, to the north of Kuta and south of Umalas, Seminyak Beach is relatively quiet during the day. The cool, bright and windy atmosphere provides the perfect site for hanging out with your friends, kite flying, sunbathing or swimming – but be sure to check out the red flag displayed by the coast guard showing the ‘No-Swim Zone’ before you jump to the sea . Surfing in certain coastal areas is allowed and you can rent surfboards at the beach at the same price as in Kuta. Read more …

2 Pura Petitenget Pura Petitenget, or ‘Pura Petitenget’ in the local language, is the only major cultural landmark in Seminyak. A place to be seen, especially if you live in the area, these centuries-old temples come back to life during a commemorative 210 days. The name of the road that is parallel to the beach is actually taken from the …