Places to visit in Bali from India

Places to visit in Bali from India

Places to visit in Bali from India – Bali needs no introduction. Its very beautiful peak landscape have fascinated everyone. That’s the reason why this small island known as the Island of Gods is one of the hottest trending destinations across the globe.

Today. In this video, we will cover the top 20 places to visit in Bali.

Hey guys, welcome back to Secret Caves and this is Zar. I have covered a detailed travel guide including how to reach Bali, where to stay, what to eat the budget and a lot of other informations in this article.

Bali jam packed with hundreds of places to visit and trust me, each one of them will blow your mind. But given that you’d be visiting Bali for a limited time, I have picked up the best of the best places for you since this list is going to be pretty long.

Places to visit in Bali from india

I have divided them into six categories. You can choose to cover places based on your likings. If you’re a beach person, you might want to cover more beaches or if you like culture and architecture, you might want to cover more temples.

It all depends on how many days you’ll be spending in Bali and what you would like to see and explore. Let’s dive deep into a list of top 25 places to visit in Bali whenever we hear about an international destination.

One thing that immediately strikes our mind is those beautiful beaches with blue ocean and white sandy beaches we have seen in the movies Bali being an island is filled with so many beautiful beaches which are beyond our expectations.

1. Diamond Beach

Diamond Beach

Diamond Beach in Nusa Panida is my personal favorite in Bali. The white sandy beach and silky blue water look spectacular. When you see it from the cliff, you can see the diamond shaped rock formation, which is the reason behind the name of this place visiting the beach wasn’t possible until 2018 with new spaces carved out of limestone, you can now get down to the beach in 20 minutes.

Reaching the beach needs little effort, but it is worth it. If you decide to visit the beach, it may take around three hours to explore the place. But if you’re tight on time, then you can just cast a glimpse of the Diamond Beach from the view point and head back.

2. Kelingking Beach

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Kelingking Beach is the most photogenic spot in entire Bali. In fact, this place is probably the reason why Bali has got so much popularity. The view from the top looks like a dinosaur t-rex in particular.

It’s a unique shape which you won’t see anywhere else. Just like Diamond Beach. Keening Beach is mesmerizing as well. Blue ocean, white sandy beaches, limestone rock formations and greenery around will take your breath away.

You can trek all the way down to killing beach, but the trail is very difficult and way too scary. I wouldn’t really suggest you go down to the beach, but you can walk down some distance to get the best view because Kelingking is so popular, it can get way too crowded.

If you’re staying in Nusa Panida for a day, then you can come to killing beach early in the morning to beat the crowd and have the entire place for yourself. Sometimes Mother nature leaves us with something quite remarkable.

3. Broken Beach

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And broken beach in Nusa Panda is a living proof of that. You can’t get into the water at this place, but you can enjoy the view of the broken beach from the top.

This is probably one of the amazing places to take photos. The aerial view of the broken beach was to another level. I felt it was worth buying the drone.

4. Angel Bilabong

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After flying here next to the broken beach is in Bilabong. It is famous for its natural infinity pool. It is quite tempting to get into the water at this place but be aware that it is super dangerous. Nevertheless, the view of waves crashing is worth seeing here. If you’re tight on time, then you can just skip and just be.

5. Crystal Bay

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Crystal Bay is a popular diving spot in Nusa panned. It is rich in marine life which makes it popular for snorkeling and scuba diving experiences even though there are other diving spots with richer and more beautiful marine life.
Crystal Bay remains favorite of everyone.

When we were here, we opted for scuba diving beginners, scuba diving experience will have to open ocean dives.
The first one is usually conducted here. Crystal Bay is known for its spectacular sunset as well.

6. Suluban Beach

Places to visit in Bali from India

Suluban Beach is a remarkable beach in Uluwatu. South Bali, also known as the Blue Point Beach. This place is super interesting with caves, beach restaurants and amazing surfing conditions.

This beach is popular among surfers because of the high tides at this place. Apart from that, it is famous for its mesmerizing sunset.  There are other beaches near Suluban Beach like Nyang-nyang Beach and Padang Padang Beach that are also worth the visit.

7. Pasut Beach

Places to visit in Bali from India

When we talk about foreign beaches, we only imagine white sandy beaches. But did you know that there are equally stunning black sand beaches in Bali? The black sand beaches are created from volcanic ashes. So technically, it is a volcanic dust.

The sand is not only black in color but also glitters under the sunlight. You will find many such black sands in Bali, among which Pursuit Beach is one of the popular ones.

The best part about Pasut Beach is that you can ride a two wheeler on this beach, riding on the sand beach is such an adventurous experience.

Did you know that there is a black sand beach here in India? Also? Can you guess the name of the place in the comment section below?

Temple in Bali Places to visit in Bali from India

Even though Indonesia is a Muslim dominant country, Bali is the dominant island, there are more than 80% of Hindu population in Bali, just like India. Bali is filled with so many beautiful temples. The architecture of temples in Bali is quite different from that.

In India, the temples in Bali are designed as an open air places of worship surrounded by walls. It is usually divided into three sections, outer courtyard, middle courtyard and inner court. The inner court is where all the shrines are installed.

Tourists are not allowed to enter the inner courtyard but you can visit the other parts of the temple. The temples in Bali have spectacular architecture which is uniform across all the temples.

There are thousands of temples in Bali and given a limited time, you can try to cover the important temples on your visit to Bali.

It is mandatory to wear a sarong while entering Balinese temples. Surrounds are nothing but dhoti which you can wrap around your waist, you can borrow the sarongs at the temple itself and drop it back while leaving.

8. Ulun Danu Beratan Temple

Ulun Danu Beratan Temple

Ulun Danu Beratan Temple is probably the prettiest temple I’ve seen in Bali. The temple complex is on the shores of Bratan Lake. This temple is called the Floating Temple because the temple looks like floating in the water.

The Lake Bratan is the main source of water for irrigation in central Bali. And this temple is used for offerings and ceremonies dedicated to Balinese water goddess Dewi Danu.

9. Tirta Empul Temple

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The temple is famous for its holy water spring. It is believed that if you bath in this sacred water spring, it will wash away all your sins and purify the soul.

This is the only place where you get to perform the rituals alongside the local Balinese people. If you walk around, you can see the origin of the spring water which looks no less than a wonder.

10. Tanah Lot Temple

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Tanah lot translates to land in the sea. In Balinese language, there are seven ocean temples in Bali which are built at the island of the next among which than a lot is the most popular one Tanah Lot was built in the 16th century to honour the sea spirits.

It is believed that the temple is protected by sea serpents. It is one of the most visited and photographed temples in Bali and it is especially busy at sunrise and sunset.

11. Uluwatu Temple

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Temple in South Bali is yet another important temple in Bali. It is built across seashore and is famous for its stunning view of the ocean.

Uluwatu temple is known for its fire dance called Kecak dance that happens in the evenings. The fire dance performance is based on Rama and epic and it is depicted in an excellent form of dance you can see fire dance in GWK Park, Ubud Palace and a few other places.

But watching the fire dance in Uluwatu remains the most popular one. That’s because we can watch the stunning while seeing the performance.

One thing that you need to be careful about here is the monkeys, the monkeys are very aggressive and will steal your belongings like goggles, wallets and even mobile phones.

When we were there at the location, a monkey stole somebody’s mobile in front of our eyes. People say that monkeys are trained to steal the items so that the workers will help you get back the item and demand money for helping.

I don’t know if the monkeys are actually trained or not. It is important to be careful about your belongings at this place.

12. Tirta Gangga

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Tirta Gangga water Palace used to be the royal palace. It has been now converted into beautiful gardens. It feels really nice to see Balinese culture valley, the holy river Gangga.

You can walk around the water palace and click some beautiful photos. Don’t forget to buy fish food which is available near the entrance.

Waterfall in Bali – Places to visit in Bali from India

The waterfalls in Bali are just amazing. There are a lot of waterfalls in Bali, some of which are popular whereas some are secluded and hidden from the regular crowd.

When in Bali, make sure to visit at least one or two waterfalls. You are gonna love it. The best part about these waterfalls are stunning views. Clear water and greenery surrounding it.

You may have to climb down a little bit to access the waterfalls, but it’ll be worth the effort. There’ll be changing room facility available. So carry an extra pair of clothes.

If you decide to get into the water waterfalls in Bali might look similar to each other. That’s the reason I have picked up a variety of waterfalls for you.

13. Banyumala Twin Waterfalls

Places to visit in Bali from India

Banyumala Twin Waterfalls is one of the most impressive waterfalls in Bali. The waterfalls are massive and absolutely stunning.

Despite its incredible natural beauty, the Banyumala Twin Waterfalls isn’t crowded compared to other waterfalls in Bali. Although this is not hidden falls, we were lucky to be the only ones at this place.

14. Tukad Cepung Waterfall

Places to visit in Bali from India

One thing that’s set to catch up in waterfalls apart from all the other falls is its location. The waterfalls is deep inside the caves and to reach it, you’ll have to walk through natural cave formations, which in itself is quite a thrilling experience.

The best thing about these waterfalls is its sun,s ray. It transforms this place into a filmy look, make sure to visit it around 11 AM to get the best lightings.

15. Sekumpul Waterfall

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Sekumpul waterfalls is yet another beautiful waterfalls in Bali. There is a total of seven waterfalls at this place and you can choose between three tour packages to visit them.

This is probably the costliest waterfalls to visit in Bali as it is compulsory to take a guide, you can either go for a view only medium trek or a long trek. Choosing the medium trek would be optimal for most tourists.

16. Tibumana Waterfalls

Places to visit in Bali from India

Tibumana waterfalls is a super photogenic waterfalls near Ubud and it is an absolute must visit. This waterfalls is amazing for capturing some beautiful photos and spending quality time amidst nature. I would recommend you to visit in the early morning to beat the crowd.

17. Kanto Lampa Waterfall

Places to visit in Bali from India

Kanto Lampa waterfall is a beautiful multi tier waterfalls near Ubud. This waterfalls is not suited for swimming but you will enjoy playing in the water and clicking some amazing photos.

Photo Spots in Bali

Bali is known for adorable photos spots. You will find so many photos spots in Bali to click some Instagram worthy photos. Getting a photo at one of these spots can cost anywhere from 50k to 100k. If you’re a photo freak, then you can try to cover as many photos spots as possible.

18. Lempuyang Temple

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Lempuyang Temple simply called the Gateway of Heaven is the most Instagram spot in Bali. The Lempuyang temple is a multi state temple with more than 7 to 8 temples.

But 99% of the tourists visit only the first temple which has popular Balinese gates, the iconic Balinese gate with the backdrop of Mount Agung looks no less than a paradise.

Probably that’s the reason it is called as the gateway of heaven. The reflections you see in those photos are created artificially using a mirror. You may call it a fake photo. But if you see it from a photographer’s view. It is a creative way to click the picture.

When you buy the entry ticket, you’ll be given a number. There will be an organized queue to get the photos clicked at this place. There will be a person who will click photo for you.

You may have to wait 2 to 3 hours for your turn and you get less than two minutes to actually get the photos.
So make sure to do some research about the poses that suits you was the wait worth it. Looking back at the photos, I’d definitely say yes.

But if you are short on time, then you can skip this place. Apart from the Balinese gate, you can click some incredible photos in the surrounding places as well.

19. Harndara Gate

Handara Gate vs Gate of Heaven

Handra Gate is a Balinese gate just like the one we saw in Lempuyang temple. You will see this Balinese Gate everywhere, but the ones in Limp and Andra are the most popular ones.

You can get some pretty shots at Handara Gate. Make sure to be here as early as possible. Otherwise it will be pretty crowded and you might have to wait for around one hour to click the photo here.

20. Tegalalang Rice Terrace

Places to visit in Bali from India

Tegalalang Rice Terrace is a popular rice race in Bali. You can enter Tegalalang Rice Terrace services through different places. Depending on the entry point. The prices may vary.

You can stroll around the paddy fields, click photos at selfie spots and try Bali swings if you want to do swings, then inquire the prices at different places and then go for it.

Well above is 20 top Places to visit in Bali from India you can select according your own interest. And this places become popular places for India tourist.

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