3 Day Trip To Bali Peter Yang
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  • Taman Ayun Temple

    Taman Ayun Temple is a Royal Temple of Mengwi Empire and it is located in Mengwi Village, Mengwi sub district, Badung regency and about 18 Km north side of Denpasar town. It is strategically located beside of major roadway between Denpasar to Singaraja. It is set on the land which is surrounded by the big fish pond and look like a drift on the water

    Taman Ayun Temple was built in 1634 by the King of Mengwi. It is set in the middle of magnificent gardens and ponds and surrounded by a moat, with access via the bridge. It is one of the most beautiful temples in Bali.
  • Bedugul Market / Pasar Candi Kuning

    Pasar Candi Kuning is a traditional market selling fruit, vegetables and flowers. 

    Great place to buy fresh vegetable, plant, animal (rabbits). Take a tour, enjoy the athmosphire, the fresh air, friendly people.
  • Pura Ulun Danu Beratan / Pura Bratan

    Pura Ulun Danu Beratan, or Pura Bratan, is a major Shaivite water temple on Bali, Indonesia. The temple complex is located on the shores of Lake Bratan in the mountains near Bedugul.

    One of the major attraction in Bali. Lots of tourists, Great natural view and famous temple on the water.
  • Jatiluwih Green Land / Jatiluwih Rice Terraces

    Jatiluwih Rice Terraces is one the famous tourist destinations in Bali located in Tabanan regency, west part of the island offering the beautiful scenery of rice terrace with fresh atmosphere surround it. It is equal with its named of Jatiluwih where it is derived from two words ’Jati and Luwih’. Jati means real and Luwih means good or beautiful. The breathtaking panorama of rice terrace with mount Batukaru as backdrop is categorized as the most interesting scenery natures. It has been appointed as the World Heritage Site by UNESCO in particular of Subak Organization as a fundamental of the local society life. The varieties of local rice planted in this area are very specific with the size of rice tree that are relatively higher than the normal rice planted in other area in Bali.

    I feel like most people come here for the views- which are spectacular. It's a supremely beautiful location. But there's also a deep history here about the 'subak' culture in Bali, where religion, politics and agriculture merge. It's now part of a World Heritage Site and I would recommend learning a bit about this heritage before visiting to really appreciate it.
  • Tanah Lot Temple

    Tanah Lot is one of the important directional temples in Bali. The temple is located on a rock just offshore. It is said to be the work of revered 15th century Hindu priest Nirartha and forms an important element of Balinese spirtualism and mythology.

    Pura Tanah Lot, a pilgrimage temple, is the most photographed temple in Bali. It sits a few meters offshore on a rock formation and is particularly popular late afternoon for the stunning sunset. At high tide the temple is impossible to reach, but at low tide you can walk to the base of the temple to be blessed by a priest.
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  • Pantai Karang

    This place is the most attractive beach in Sanur area.

    One of the best quite places in Bali to enjoy dawn time and sunrise.
  • Uluwatu Temple

    Uluwatu Temple (Pura Luhur Uluwatu) is one of six key temples believed to be Bali's spiritual pillars, is renowned for its magnificent location, perched on top of a steep cliff approximately 70 metres above sea level. This temple also shares the splendid sunset backdrops as that of Tanah Lot Temple, another important sea temple located in the island's western shores.

    A sacred temple on the edge of the cliff with sea way below, an absolutely fairy-tale scene. The temple was well maintained so you can have a comfortable walk around it. Recommended to come in the late afternoon so you can see the famous Kecak dance and of course a breathtaking sunset. A must-see when visiting Bali.
  • Pandawa Beach

    Pandawa Beach is located in Kutuh Village, South Kuta District, Badung Regency; around 3 km from the famous Nusa Dua area and Uluwatu Temple.

    Beautiful beach, clear water, white sand. 50,000 rp for a sunbed.
  • Jimbaran Bay

    This peaceful beach is well known for its wealth of seafood restaurants.

    40 or so warungs, cafes and International restaurants stretch across the 3 kilometer-long beach at Jimbaran Bay. There are two distinct areas:one next to the fish market and the other about 1 kilometer away to the south. Although considered a must for fresh seafood, this area is without doubt over-rated and over-priced. It is, however, a place that should still be visited for its atmosphere alone. After sunset, Balinese dancers, jazz musicians, and wandering guitarists will all appear to keep you entertained...
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  • Tirta Gangga / Taman Tirta Gangga

    The former royal palace of Tirta Gangga (which means water of the Ganges, Hinduism's holy river) features tiered fountains, gardens, and stone sculptures of mythical creatures spouting water into bathing pools. Just outside the palace grounds, the views of the lush rice paddies of northeastern Bali are stunning.

    Tirta Gangga Water Palace in East Bali is the former Royal Palace; a beautiful complex with a maze of pools, gardens, fountains, and statues spread over 3 levels overlooking the rice fields.
  • Tenganan Aga Village

    Tenganan Aga Villages is a village in the regency of Karangasem in Bali, Indonesia. Before the 1970's was known by anthropologists to be one of the most secluded societies of the archipelago. Rapid changes have occurred in the village since the 70's, such as the development of local communications by the central government, the opening up to tourism, the breaking of the endogamic rules. Tourists are attracted to Tenganan by its unique Bali Aga culture that still holds to the original traditions, ceremonies and rules of ancient Balinese, and its unique village layout and architecture. It is known for its Gamelan selunding music and geringsing double ikat textiles

    Tenganan is one of two main isolated villages left in Bali, in which the Bali Aga traditions have been preserved, and inhabitants live today just as their ancestors once did. It's also the only place where the traditional geringsing double ikat style of weaving can still be found. Although highly commercialized, visiting this unique community of 250 people is like taking a step back in history!
  • Blue Lagoon Beach

    This is one of the beaches in Padang Bai with a sandy bottom bay where its reef filled with sof corals and hydroid bushes and some fo the bushes found around its water is Acropora. On the best day diving here, you can even see some fantastic marine lifes such as sharks, octopus, eels, stonefish, crocodile fish and nudibranch.

    A public small beach. Live up to it's name. Very nice place for snorkelling and dive but the water can be quite harsh for some beginners. Clear pristine water. Snorkel, goggle n fin is available for rent. Shower also available for fee. Overall is ok.
  • Kusamba Traditional Salt Mining

    Kusamba Traditional Salt Mining,these folks worked very hard to do the traditional salt farming from the sea.

    The village of Kusamba is set on volcanic black sand, and consists of a few very modest huts. Here, a group of local Balinese live and farm for salt the traditional way. Learn all about the process - it can take up to two weeks of tedious work to produce just a small amount of salt — and then sample the tasty end product; delicious and noticeably better than its generic, table-salt rivals
  • Pura Goa Lawah

    Pura Goa Lawah is a popular beach temple located in the eastern region of Bali. This temple is loved by both locals and foreigners and for good reason.

    Goa Lawah is one of Bali’s most important temples and is distinctive as it is a temple built around a cave opening that is inhabited by nectar bats.

    Pura Goa Lawah or 'Bat Cave Temple' is a holy spot that is home to thousands upon thousands of bats. The walls and ceilings are completely covered in them, all pressed so tightly together that it is hard to distinguish one from another!