Reflection of the ancient tradition from the past can be witnessed in one of the six original “sad Kahyangan” temples in Bali. Standing above gigantic cliffs with a stunning sunset view combined with the traditional Kecak Dance to mesmerize your sight.
One of Bali’s most important sea temples, Tanah Lot temple is built atop a huge rock, surrounded by the sea. Build in the 16th century, Tanah Lot’s rituals include paying of homage to the guardian spirits of the sea. Poisonous sea snakes found in the little caves at the base of the rocky island are believed to guard the temple from evil spirits and intruders.
Ubud is the art center of Bali, which maybe a hard concept to understand, given the artistic nature of the entire living in Bali. But the Raja of Ubud, historically, strongly encouraged artistic development, especially in painting. Ubud today expands to other arts.
Part of the Bukit Peninsula in southern Bali, Nusa Dua has some of the most beautiful and luxurious hotels on this planet, gracefully integrating the beauty of the white beaches and clear water into the landscape of the hotels. Ronald Reagan stayed here when he visited Bali. The beaches of Nusa Dua allow you to gently surf along the northern side of the peninsula. If you care for bigger waves, the southern part of the peninsula can give you a challenge
Located just beyond the airport, south of Kuta, Jimbaran Bay is a crescent of white sand beach and blue sea and is famous for its many Seafood restaurants