Tegallalang Rice Terraces

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Tegallalang Rice Terraces located north of Ubud is a valley of rice paddies. Get here for sunrise, the view and photo opportunity will make it worth it alone. You can explore the nearby villages and also meet the locals who built and maintain these amazing terraces that not only are visually appealing are also built to facilitate effective water use. 

Uluwatu Cliff

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Karan Boma Cliff or more commonly known as Uluwatu cliff is located in the south. This 70-meter limestone cliff drops straight into the ocean and the sunset view from here is spectacular. 

Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary

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Mandala Suci Wenara Wana more well known as Monkey Forrest Ubud is a beautiful sanctuary within a lush Rainforest is home to over 750 Balinese long-tailed Monkeys. Walk around see the monkeys relaxing or being cheeky to tourists!

Day trip to Nusa Penida Island

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If you love white sand beaches, crystal blue waters, high coastal cliff edges and untouched nature then you need to visit Nusa Penida.

To get to Nusa Penida purchase tickets for the fast ferry from Sanur harbour. The tickets will cost you roughly 100,000 IDR ($7 USD) for a one-way journey and take about 30 minutes to arrive. To maximise time for a day trip we recommend you take one of the first ferries. Arrive at the harbour by 7am and go to the Mola-Mola express counter and purchase for a 7:30am Departure. While at the counter make sure to book your return ticket try and get the latest!

Go surfing at one of Bali’s beautiful beaches

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If your a surfer  or just want to watch, head to Uluwatu rent a board or go to a beach bar and watch the surfers while enjoying a cocktail

Hike a volcano at sunrise

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 Want the most spectacular sunrise in Bali?  Hike Mount Batur at night and reach the top of the summit before sunrise, More for the adventurous traveller but a very rewarding hike that will provide you with breathtaking views.

Pura Tirta Empul

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Locals believe that the flowing water at Pura Tirta Empul Temple heals the body and cleanses the soul. You will find many tourists and locals here soaking in the spring water and taking amazing pictures.

Chasing waterfalls in Bali

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Chasing waterfalls is one of our favourite things to do in Bali. Home to some magically enchanted jungle pools in the northern-central tropical forests it’s hard to not want to surround yourself in the peaceful Balinese nature.  Our personal favourites are Gitgit Waterfall, Sekumpul Waterfall and Tukad Cepung Waterfall.

Sunrise in Munduk

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Insta Famous photo spot at Munduk Moding Plantation.  Located in Northern Bali. Enjoy an amazing foggy sunrise and get the perfect photo with an infinity pool overlooking the surrounding rice fields and mountains. 

Shopping at Local Bali Markets

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No matter what you’re looking to buy, Chances are Bali has you covered. You will find it hard to avoid the day markets walking around tourists areas like Kuta, Legian, Seminyak, as well as Ubud. After sunset, you can make your way to one of the many Night markets which will have the tastiest street food you can find one of our favourites and largest traditional market in Bali is Kereneng Night Market. 

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