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7 Must Visit Places in Bali – the ‘Island of the Gods


Do you know that Bali, which is lovingly called the ‘Island of the Gods’, has got much fame as the tropical heaven? If not, you must know about this fact. And you must get information about the best places of Bali before paying a visit to this heavenly destination. Boasting of being the most visited island destination in Indonesia, one of the nations in the southeastern part of Asia, this breathtaking island destination is counted among the most visited tourist destinations in the world. Each year, thousands and thousands of romantic couples, backpackers and holiday vacationers from every nook and corner of the world flock to this breathtaking island destination for taking the enjoyment of the tour. For making the tour of this heavenly destination easy, comfortable and convenient, Bali Honeymoon Packages All Inclusive from India are particularly tailor-made by ARV Holidays, one of the leading tour and travel operators of India as well as the world.

 

Category: Places to Visit

Theme: Beach Holidays, Interesting Facts, Nature

Country: Bali

 

Designed with a unique form of Hinduism, the culture of Bali, that begin from the temples that add to the beauty of every corner of the island to the everyday offerings existed in every house of this island destination, is evident in every aspect of the life of the people of Bali.

You will get pleased to find that Bali is a bit of heaven to bless everybody willing to enjoy the tour of this destination, whether you pay a kind visit to the particular culture of the people of Bali, climb an ancient volcano, head up for scuba diving in the coral reefs, or  take a sunbath on a broad stretch of the beach.

 

7 Must Visit Places in Bali

For information for the tourists, here, we have enlisted the 7 must visit places in Bali. Read them carefully.

 

  1. Pura Besakih

Pura-Besakih

Named after the dragon god believed to dwell within the depths of the mountain, Pura Besakih, which is situated on the slopes of the Gunung Agung, is counted among the most significant of the ‘Kayangan Jagat’, nine directional temples constructed to save the island from the evil. In this huge temple complex, you can find over 28 structures, constructed on the seven terraces climbing upward.

 

  1. Pura Tanah Lot

Pura-Tanah-Lot

Having been a part of the Balinese mythology for hundreds of years, Pura Tanah Lot, which is located on a tremendous rock, is counted among the most renowned Hindu temples in the island destination of Bali. Regarded as one of the 7 sea temples, forming a chain alongside the southwestern coast of this island destination, this breathtaking temple, which is counted among the most famous points of interest, is a must visit during the tour. Particularly during the late afternoons and before the sunset, the whole area may be much crowded.

 

  1. Ubud

Ubud

Situated in the ‘cultural heart’, Ubud, which is located amongst the terraced rice fields, climbing up the foothills of the central mountains of Bali, houses the island’s most significant museums, comprising the Neka Art Museum, having a wide collection of the paintings of Bali. Here, you take the enjoyment of several music and dance performances functioned daily in the entire city. Here, one can also visit several craft shops and art galleries.

 

  1. Pura Luhur Uluwatu

uluwatu-temple-bali

Erected in the 11th century, Pura Luhur Uluwatu, which is nestled on the Bukit Peninsula at the southern end of Bali, is counted among the 9 main Hindu temples on this island destination. Constructed at the edge of a limestone cliff top, jutting out over the sea, this breathtaking temple is a perfect spot for its visitors for having the entertainment of the dance performed here each evening at sunset. On the grounds of this temple, the visitors can also take the enjoyment of the glimpses with or without the help of a tour guide, although only the Hindu priests are permitted to enter the innermost sanctuary.

 

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  1. Kuta Beach

Kuta-Beach

Having remained as the most premier holiday vacation destination ever since, Kuta, which was once only a sleepy fishing village, has now become popular as a great place for surfing during 1970 A.D. Famous for its vibrant nightlife, this long and broad stretch of sand, which is situated on the southern end of the island in the Kelurahan village, is one of the most preferred tourist spots in Bali. Throughout the day and night, you can normally find the southern part of the beach much crowded.

 

  1. Mount Batur

Mount-Batur

Located on one of the most dramatic landscapes of the island destination of Bali, Mount Batur, which has its height of 1,717 meters, is an all-time active volcano. Dominating the northeastern part of this island destination, this huge peak, which has a lake, four craters and a number of villages, also offers its visitors Pura Ulun Batur, counted among the 9 main Hindu temples of Bali. For taking the fine glimpse of the sunrise, climbing the top of Mount Batur is the best experience.

 

  1. Seminyak

Seminyak

Being a small town that has been encompassed by the expansive growth of the Kuta city, Seminyak, which is situated on the southwestern coast of the island destination of Bali, is counted among the most preferred exclusive holiday vacation destinations, in spite of being close to Kuta. In this coastal town, you can find must visit calm spots with its high-end boutiques, luxury hotels, spas, and five-star restaurants.

 

Thus, we can rightly say that the tourist spots of Bali are a must visit during the tour of Bali. In the case of being willing to pay a visit to any of these charming spots, you can book Bali Tour Package from Mumbai. All of these packages, which are affordable to the budget for all types of people, can also be customized as per the requirement of the clients. To know more about the holiday packages, you can also visit us online at: http://www.arvholidays.in/bali-honeymoon-pacakages.html.

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