21 Feb More to Do and See in Bali
Jaw-droppingly beautiful, the Tanah Lot Temple is a gorgeous temple complex with remarkable architectural features. Sitting on a humungous rock that juts from the sea, it is another sunset must see in Bali. Lots of food and souvenir shops dot the landscape. Also visit Pura Ulun Danu Bratan, which a serene temple nestled on Lake Bratan’s edge.
Life is a Beach
Kuta, one of Bali’s most visited beach towns, is touristy yet fun. This sultry and smashingly hip beach destination is generously sprinkled with spas, bars, eateries and a popular water park. Kuta’s golden, sandy shores play host to nocturnal beach parties, surfing sessions, and lazy beach bumming. Arrive early for some secluded time before the touristy crowd descends.
Ultra-Luxe Romance at Nusa
Nusa Dua is a great option for the splurge happy honeymooner. Its landscape is dotted with a nice variety of high-end resorts, replete with immaculate private beaches, spas and luxe pampering. Soak up in a secluded 5-star infinity pool with magnificent views of the sun, sand and sea.
Coffee Lovers Rejoice!
The coffee plantation at Bali Pulina Agro is chicken soup for the coffee lover’s soul. It features a calm, zen-like charm, where visitors can feast their eyes on verdant coffee plantations while tucking into a cup of freshly brewed coffee or tea. Witness firsthand the process of making the pricey Kopi Luwak coffee.