Beyond the natural beauty of the island, Bali is known for thousands of Hindu temples, tranquil settings, trendy cafes, and nonstop nightlife options.
Explore a Local Market
Nowhere in Bali is the traditional art and culture scene more on display than in Ubud. The island’s cultural and art center has multiple open-air markets to explore boasting everything from traditional art, t-shirts, created on the spot trinkets, and more.
Tap into Your Spiritual Side
The Island of Thousand Temples is rightly named. Hindu temples can be found on all parts of the island. Some are grand while others are side of the road shrines.
Ride a Motorbike
Sitting in a car during the Balinese rush hour is a sure-fire way to kill the mood. Instead, rent one of the many motorbikes and get to your next destination quickly. Please make sure to wear a helmet, the streets of Bali are fast-paced and crowded.
Catch a Sunset
Bali is famous for its picturesque sunsets. Catch a sunset from one of the best beach clubs on the island. We recommend Potato Head Beach Club for an elegant, upscale vibe. Or swing over to Finn’s for the party. Either way, you can’t go wrong while watching the sun set over the Indian Ocean.
Clean a Beach and Then Relax On It
Bali has many beautiful and pristine beaches, but they don’t remain pristine without someone picking up our waste. There are several ways to get involved in doing your part to keep our Bali beaches clean. We recommend Trash Hero, they have different trash picks around the island.
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