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5 Best Tourism Objects in Bali

Best Tourism Objects in Bali

5 Best Tourism Objects in Bali – As a passionate traveler, I have had the pleasure of visiting many beautiful destinations around the world. But one place that truly stole my heart is the island of Bali in Indonesia. From its stunning beaches to its rich culture and history, Bali has something to offer every kind of traveler.

In this post, I will be sharing with you some of the best tourism objects that you absolutely cannot miss during your visit to Bali. So, pack your bags, and let’s dive in!

Here is the top 5 tourism object in Bali

1. Aling-Aling Waterfall

Aling-Aling waterfall is located in Sambangan Village, North Bali. You can go here by car from Denpasar airport and it takes around 5 hours to drive.

North Bali is a place where you can find quiet places, nice weather, and super friendly people, and also the cheaper price for food.

Aling-Aling waterfall offers the beauty of water called Blue Lagoon because of the water is really clear. This water has a six-meter depth from the surface but it’s safe to swim over the water. You can also climb to the top of the rocks to jump by rope. It’s so satisfying.

It cost IDR 250.000 per person including mineral water and one tour guide.

2. Sekumpul Waterfall

Still located in North Bali this waterfall is in Buleleng. If you are already here you can go by scooter. This waterfall sells us three waterfalls in one place you can also swim here but please do not that close to where the water is falling because the pressure from the top is swift.

And if you like to enjoy the water peacefully, you can sit and play with it in another area and don’t forget to take a lot of pictures at the top of the rock where the background is a beautiful waterfall.

Prepare your energy because getting there only can be reached by foot. And the ticket is IDR 250.000 per person and there is another addition for local maintenance of around IDR 450.000.

3. Tepi Bukit

Tepi Bukit is located in Buleleng, this place is really quiet where you can see the biggest greenery from the top. You can go there by scooter or car. The weather is also good because there are a lot of trees.
You can stop in Tepi Bukit cafe and see how beautiful Buleleng is.

They offer food and beverages at cheap prices. This is free no ticket entrance to pay. Just be careful while driving because the road is meandering.

Related: 5 Reasons Why You Should Visit Bali

4. Geger Beach

Geger Beach known as the white sand beach located in Nusa Dua, South Bali. This beach is also quiet if you want a beautiful beach with no crowd with a lot of people. There is two entrance gate. But we can recommend to you enter the second gate. You have to pass the Mulia Hotel and then turn left.

Both gates are in one way. To enter this beach also cost with IDR 5.000 per person and remember there is no changing room or bathroom. But also small warung to buy some food and drink.

This beach also has Pura / Temple at the top of the rocks so make sure you are not sitting on the same rocks or putting your things because it’s sacred for the Bali people.

Be careful when the water is high you cannot cross to another place but when the water is low it’s really good to spend time with the person you love.

Related: 5 Best Places to Visit in Bali

5. Kelingking Beach

This super beautiful island in Bali because of many tourists go here to see the beauty of clear skies and sea. This is located in Nusa Penida. You go there from Sanur and use the fast boat. In Sanur, there are a lot of vendors that offer and it is also cheap around IDR 70.000 for one way.

And if you are already there, you can rent a car or scooter. It’s a long road make sure you are in the good condition.

To get there, you just can use your feet because only stairs to go down and up and it’s a little bit extensive and please do not wear sandals. Only use your shoes because it’s safe. Bring enough water when the sun is up and hot.

You can do one day trip or stay there for one or two nights.

Travel Tips to Bali

Here are some travel tips for your trip to Bali:

  • Visa: Most countries, including the US and the UK, can enter Bali visa-free for a maximum of 30 days. However, it’s always best to check the latest visa requirements before your trip.
  • Currency: The local currency in Bali is Indonesian Rupiah (IDR). It’s advisable to carry cash as well as a debit/credit card, as not all places accept card payments.
  • Best time to visit: Bali can be visited all year round, but the best time to go is from April to September when the weather is dry and pleasant.
  • Transportation: You can easily get around Bali using a combination of taxis, motorbikes, and scooters. Be prepared to bargain for the best price, and always agree on the fare before starting your journey.
  • Respect local customs: Bali is a culturally rich island, and it’s important to respect the local customs, dress modestly when visiting temples, and remove your shoes before entering someone’s home.
  • Stay safe: Bali is generally a safe place to visit, but like any other tourist destination, it’s always advisable to be cautious with your belongings and keep an eye on your valuables.
  • Get insurance: Don’t forget to get travel insurance to cover any unexpected events or accidents during your trip.

I hope these tips help make your Bali trip even more enjoyable!

That’s 5 tourism objects you must visit when you are in Bali. There is no story when you are just at the home. Go outside and have experience in your life. Life is about life, you chose to make good or even greater and better.