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Fun things to do in Bali

Fun things to do in Bali

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We all have a list of what we intend to do before we kick the bucket, and travelling the world is one of the most common items on many people’s list. The world has a lot to offer, and every given country is unique in its own way. Well, due to many factors, it can be difficult visiting all the countries in the world, but if you can, why not? As you come up with your must-visit places in the world, Bali should definitely be on top of the list. Bali is one of the most cherished destinations by people all over the world. From its pristine beaches, rich culture, a paradise of its own and of course the different cuisines, you will surely enjoy your time in this amazing Island. However, for your trip to be successful, it is imperative to start planning early enough. Be sure to book your flight to Denpasar Bali early enough to avoid any last-minute rush. With that said, here are some of the fun things to do in Bali;

1. Visit the beaches

A vacation to Bali can never be complete without visiting the beaches. Bali is the hub of many beaches including Kuta beach (one of the famous ones), Uluwatu beach, Padang beach, Kelingking beach and many others. There are quite a number of beach activities you can enjoy, such as playing beach soccer, volleyball, swimming, snorkeling and of course surfing. In fact, did you know that Bali is known as a paradise for surfers? If you are a professional surfer or even a beginner, be sure to have the time of your life surfing through the gentle Kuta beach waves.

2. Visit the temples

Bali is also known as the temple of Gods, and this is because it has many temples. One of the most articulately designed temples is the Tanah Lot Temple which is built on top of the rocks. While on this temple, you can enjoy watching the sunrise or even the sunset. Besides visiting Tanah Lot Temple, you can also visit Besakih temple, Ulun Danu Temple, Uluwatu temple and many others.

3. Go to the Bali swings

You probably have been seeing some beautiful photos of people on the high swings and have been wondering where it is. Well, Bali is the home of that breathtaking spot which is found in Ubud at the Zen Hideaway retreat. And that is not all; there are also other swings in Bali, some of which are up to 78m high. So if you are an adrenaline junkie, you cannot afford not to visit the swings and take the photos to up your Instagram game.

4. Go for yoga

There is nothing that beats doing yoga at a spot with breathtaking views and fresh air, and that’s why you need to visit the yoga spots in Bali. The yoga retreats, especially in Ubud, are to die for. And the good thing is that there are other activities that you can also engage in while in these retreats. For instance, get a massage at the spas, get your hair done in the executive salons, take a swim in the pools, and so on.

5. Practice Tri Hita Karana

If harmony means happiness, then this philosophy of life from Bali will help you achieve it. In English, Tri Hita Karana means “three reasons for well-being” – being in harmony with people, in harmony with God and in harmony with nature.

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