12 Unmissable Spots in Bali

Bali is one of Indonesia’s most famous islands and it isn’t hard believe why. In fact, in 2009 Bali was ranked the World’s Best Island by Travel & Leisure Magazine.

Here are 12 reasons why this small, tropical island is considered one of the world’s best destinations:

1. Tirta Gangga Water Palace. You’ll find that the beautiful architecture and natural scenery make this temple stand out. It’s also owned by a royal family! Tirta Gangga

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2. The Nammos Beach Club is one of the many luxurious experiences that can be had at Karma Kandara.Karma Kandara

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3. Naughty Nuri’s Warung and Grill. Fun facts: this joint is owned by an Australian married to an Indonesian and serves a mean plate of BBQ ribs!fixedw_large_2x (4)

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4. Uluwatu Beach.”The only way to get to this beach is to climb down with your surfboard in tow and make your way to this natural cave that opens up to the ocean.” You’ve got to work for that surf.Uluwatu Beach

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5. Tanah Lot. It’s the Mont Saint-Michel of Indonesia, if you know what I mean. Unfortunately only locals can go inside the sacred temple for prayer but it is undoubtedly still worth the trip. Tanah Lot

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6. The Potato Head Beach Club. Where you can order yourself unique drinks like this vodka martini served with pistachio sorbet and pistachio nuts. Potato Head Beach Club

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7. The bar at Ayana Resort & Spa. Need we say more?Ayana Resort and Spa

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8. Colette & Lola. A cakeshop where you can find cakes that are cute, delicious and reasonably priced. Colette and Lola

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9. The Uluwatu Cliffs. On the Uluwatu temple grounds, you can encounter monkeys, these cliffs, and gorgeous sunsets. Uluwatu Cliffs

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10. Barong Dance Theatre. See some famous Balinese dances and the exceptional costumes that are featured in them.Barong Dance Theatre

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11. The holy spring water temple at Tampaksiring. Many Hindus visit everyday to sanctify themselves. Tampaksiring

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12. Blanco Museum. A serene place to visit where you can view the fantastic work of Don Antonio Blanco. Blanco Museum

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