Here are the top 236 tourist attractions to see in Bali:

85. Pererenan Beach

2.4 /5

35 km
from city center
85 out of 236
places to visit in Bali

Pererenan beach in Canggu, is a short 40-minute drive away from Denpasar airport and is a world-renowned surfer's paradise. It offers rough crashing waves for the advanced surfer but isn't suitable for swimming. The glimmering black sand coupled with the gorgeous sunsets, small warungs, make sure that its not just the surfers that get to enjoy this beach. A perfect getaway from the more congested southern areas, an evening spent at Pererenan beach is a good way to wrap up your day.

86. Pura Silayukti

2.3 /5

51 km
from city center
86 out of 236
places to visit in Bali

A place rich in cultural traditions, Pura Silayukti Temple is one of the most significant Hindu temples seated in the northeastern side of the bay of Padangbai in East Bali. The region is peppered with a number of sacred temples and is a popular site for devotees who often visit this holy site to offer their prayers. Dedicated to Mpu Kuturan, a spiritual leader who was responsible for introducing the caste system and social constructs in Bali, the glorious Pura Silayukti Temple was built in the 11th century.

87. Pura Jagatnatha

2.2 /5

53 km
from city center
87 out of 236
places to visit in Bali

Located in Denpasar near Puputan Gardens, Bail, Pura Agung Jatnatha is an iconic landmark in the town. The temple is dedicated to Sanghyang Widi, the supreme god. The main shrine is made of white coral stone, and represents the foundation of the world through a beautiful throne (heaven) set upon a mythical turtle and two nagas. Ideally visited in the morning, when the crowd is yet to arrive.

88. Yeh Pulu

3.5 /5

31 km
from city center
88 out of 236
places to visit in Bali

Located in the village of Bedulu, Bali is Yeh Pulu, a 25m long stretch of intricate relics, a less visited but just as breathtaking neighbour of Goa Gajah. These are vivid stone carvings of Hindu gods and shadow puppets, which display the rural everyday lives of people. Set amidst lush paddy fields, the ritual of blessing visitors by a small spring of holy water completes the visual treat.

89. Pura Samuan Tiga

2.5 /5

30 km
from city center
89 out of 236
places to visit in Bali

Situated in a corner of the quaint village of Bedulu in Gianyar, Pura Samuan Tiga is a majestic temple that dates back to the eleventh century. The glorious place of worship is believed to represent the concord among three different religious sects of Hinduism. In local dialect, the name Pura Samuan Tiga literally translates to the ‘Temple of the Meeting of Three’, which speaks about the historical harmony of the various communities that were in conflict in former times.

90. Pemuteran Beach

3.0 /5

52 km
from city center
90 out of 236
places to visit in Bali

Located on the northwestern bay of Bali, Pemuteran Beach is surrounded by a sleepy village of the same name. A popular spot for snorkelling and diving, this small settlement has been rapidly growing as a result of the tourism seen here. A narrow strip of black sand and clear blue waters invite you to stroll through the beach, where multiple restaurants and resorts offer a seascape view. Known for its unique artificial bio rock reef restoration project, Pemuteran Beach offers much in the way of diving and snorkelling opportunities.

91. Bali Nusa Dua Convention Center

2.2 /5

53 km
from city center
91 out of 236
places to visit in Bali

The tourist infrastructure in Nusa Dua went up a notch with the opening of the Bali Nusa Dua Convention Centre, a premier location for organizing events. With a massive garden landscape surrounding the main building, the centre houses 44 multi functional rooms with varying capacities. State-of-the-art audio-visual equipement enhances the experience for all those attending the various seminars and expos held here throughout the year.

92. Legian Street

3.6 /5

42 km
from city center
92 out of 236
places to visit in Bali

For a satisfying shopping experience, it doesn't get better than Legian street in Bali. From the 'Poppies lane' to the 'Garlic line', various shops are lined one after another selling souvenirs, DVDs, fashion clothing, sunglasses and anything else you could ask for. Designed to test your bargaining skills, this street brings together thrift stores with brand outlets.

93. Pura Batur

2.4 /5

28 km
from city center
93 out of 236
places to visit in Bali

On the rim of the Mount Batur Caldera sits the Pura Ulun Danu Batur, also known as Pura Batur temple. Dedicated primarily to the Goddess of Lake Batur, Dewi Danu, the 17th-century temple compound contains an astonishing 285 different shrines and pavilions honouring a variety of deities for agriculture, harmony, fertility, arts and crafts and more.

94. Impossibles Beach

2.4 /5

52 km
from city center
94 out of 236
places to visit in Bali

Located in Pecatu village in Badung regency, Impossible beach derives its name from the difficulty it posed for visitors wanting to reach there. Set between steep cliffs, the white sand beach was inaccessible until recently and has now become a surfer‰Ûªs paradise. The waves are ideal for advanced surfers who want a thrilling beach holiday.

95. Pantai Purnama

2.4 /5

39 km
from city center
95 out of 236
places to visit in Bali

About 11 kms from Gianyar city lies Pantai Purnama or Purnama beach, a stunning black sand beach best known for the tranquil setting it offers under the full moon. The coral reefs and rock formations add to the scenic beauty, while the remoteness of the beach ensures its cleanliness. Despite the enchanting vibe, this beach is not favourable for swimming and surfing.

96. Museum Le Mayeur

3.5 /5

42 km
from city center
96 out of 236
places to visit in Bali

Sitting between the Inna Grand Bali Beach hotel and Jalan Hang Tuah, the magnificent Le Mayeur Museum can be found on the beachfront of Sanur at Sindhum in Bali, right behind a row of stalls selling souvenirs and artworks. The fascinating Le Mayeur Museum is the first museum in Sanur and home to Adrien-Jean Le Mayeur de Merpres’ work as well as an extensive collection of the traditional art of Bali along with some local artefacts that he himself had collected while staying here.

97. Pantai Masceti

2.5 /5

40 km
from city center
97 out of 236
places to visit in Bali

Located in Medahan village in Giyanar district, Masceti beach is the epitome of tranquillity. The shimmering black sands and mossy rocks invite you to spend your day laying in the sun and enjoying the view. Apart from a few local shops scattered across the beach, there is very little commercialisation here; Ideal for a quiet stay away from the overcrowded Bali beaches.

98. Pura Ponjok Batu

2.2 /5

34 km
from city center
98 out of 236
places to visit in Bali

Pura Ponjok Batu is an ancient Hindu temple located in Buleleng regency of northern Bali. Made of black lava rock, the temple features three beautifully carved shrines where visitors can make offerings. It is famous for the boat shrine that stands on a rock in the waterfront, and is believed to have been built for the worship of the 15th century Hindu priest Niratha.

99. Pura Dalem

2.2 /5

27 km
from city center
99 out of 236
places to visit in Bali

The Monkey Forest in Ubud, Bali hides another gem in its southwestern corner - the Pura Dalem Agung Padangtegal, or the 'Padangtegal Great Temple of Death', dedicated to Lord Shiva. Thought to have been built around 1350, the Kecak dance performances at the temple in addition to the excellent craftsmanship make this a significant religious and cultural attraction of Ubud.

100. Turtle Conservation and Education Centre

3.5 /5

46 km
from city center
100 out of 236
places to visit in Bali

Opened by Dr Dewa Beratha on 20th January 2006, this centre is one of the largest conservation efforts towards Turtles in Bali. What started off as a joint initiative by the government and WWF to save Balinese turtles by eradicating turtle trading has now become a popular tourist attraction. Established on 24 hectares of land, this place aims at spreading information and education regarding the consumption of Turtle meat and eggs which is still used in some religious rituals in Bali, as well as preserve and save the environment.

101. Museum Rudana

2.4 /5

29 km
from city center
101 out of 236
places to visit in Bali

One of the more recent fine art galleries in Bali, Museum Rudana exhibits a variety of sculptures and artwork by famous Indonesian and international painters. Founded by art collector Nyoman Rudana in 1995, the museum is spread across three levels surrounded by lush rice fields and displays emerging artists in a bid to boost the local art scene. Ideally visited in August for memorial events around the Indonesian Independence day.

102. Pura Pusering Jagat

2.5 /5

17 km
from city center
102 out of 236
places to visit in Bali

Once the centre of the Pejeng kingdom, Pura Pusering Jagat is unique for having it‰Ûªs entrance at the rear. Featuring carved scenes from the Mahabharata, the temple is dedicated to Shiva and attracts couples who worship at the phallic stones present. The temple also houses artefacts and stones dating back to 1251, and still retains its religious tranquility.

103. Pura Penataran Sasih

2.6 /5

29 km
from city center
103 out of 236
places to visit in Bali

Situated around four kilometers to the east of the heart of Ubud, the regal Pura Penataran Sasih is a Hindu place of worship that was once the state temple of the Pejeng kingdom. The glorious religious site has been serving as one of the most significant places of worship for several decades. Devotees from places near and far come to this place to offer their prayers throughout the year. In addition to it, the temple draws in people from all over the world with its rich history as well as its fascinating ensemble. However, it is most lively during the ninth month of the Balinese calendar, when a number of festivals are held.

104. Kertha Gosa

2.8 /5

41 km
from city center
104 out of 236
places to visit in Bali

Kertha Gosa in Klungklung, Bali is a walled complex featuring two primary structures: the Bale Kertha Gosa halls with kamasan-style painted ceilings, and the Bale Kambang pavilion that is surrounded by a moat. Locally referred to as the Taman Gili Kertha Gosa, this grandiose structure was previously used as a court of justice, a place where the ruler could discuss the affairs of the state with the Brahman judges.

105. Margarana

2.6 /5

16 km
from city center
105 out of 236
places to visit in Bali

To the northwestern region of the quaint village of Marga is nestled a sprawling memorial complex popularly referred to as the Margarana National Monument Park or the Margarana Memorial Park. Home to a lush field, a dignified museum, as well as a military cemetery, the Margarana National Monument Park is one of the most significant historic landmarks in Indonesia.

106. Pura Masceti

2.2 /5

39 km
from city center
106 out of 236
places to visit in Bali

One of the least known places located in Gianyar, Bali, Pura Mascet is a beautiful Hindu temple across Masceti beach believed to be guarding the island against evil spirits. The temple is often visited by farmers praying for a healthy harvest free from pests and diseases, the temple‰Ûªs sanctity demands there to be no sunbathing or swimming at Masceti beach. Ideal for those interested in Balinese culture and ritualistic traditions.

107. Pura Puncak Penulisan

2.7 /5

30 km
from city center
107 out of 236
places to visit in Bali

Perched on the Puncak Penulisan mountain about 3kms from Kintamani, Pura Puncak Penulisan is a megalithic Hindu temple dedicated too multiple gods. Dating back to 300 BCE, the temple is used to worship Shiva, Vishnu, Brahma and Ganesh. The traditional architectural features such as pavilions, courtyards and split gates are present, while cool and serene ambience adds to the charm of this temple.

108. Nelayan Beach

2.3 /5

36 km
from city center
108 out of 236
places to visit in Bali

Sandwiched between the more popular beaches of Berawa and Batu Bolong, Nelayan Beach in Canggu is an unassuming yet spellbinding stretch of black sand, usually used by fishermen to offload their catch. A secluded little spot, Nelayan does not offer much in terms of tourist infrastructure apart from a gorgeous setting to laze around in, so ensure you bring your parasol to sunbathe here.

109. Pura Segara

2.2 /5

77 km
from city center
109 out of 236
places to visit in Bali

Situated on Banyualit Beach on Bali's north coast, Pura Segara is a brightly- coloured beach temple that attracts visitors throughout the year. Surrounded by fishing villages, this temple is decorated with traditional Balinese stonework, but instead of the usual courtyard, it features staircases and statues in an open space. There are Muslim and Christian cemeteries too near the white-walled complex of Pura Segara. Along with its distinctive colourful edifices, Pura Segara is also famous for the massive banyan tree that graces its courtyard and is also the site for numerous festivals that occur throughout the year.

110. Pura Puseh

2.2 /5

35 km
from city center
110 out of 236
places to visit in Bali

The magnificent Pura Puseh Temple is home to the deities of the Holy Trinity of the Hindu religion, namely, Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu, and Lord Shiva, and its exquisite façade, built in traditional Balinese fashion, only adds to its rustic beauty. With colossal split gates, multi-tiered thatched shrines, and stone figures that act as guardians of the place, the Pura Puseh Temple draws in large crowds of people from places near and far throughout the year. During religious festivities, the main temple is towered with flowers, fruits, and other offerings made to the Hindu gods and ancestral spirits of the devotees.

111. Sayan Terrace

2.2 /5

24 km
from city center
111 out of 236
places to visit in Bali

Sayan Terrace resort in Ubud offers a splendid stay for anyone seeking comfort, charm and a picturesque view at their accommodation. The resort features a public pool, free Wi-FI and extremely helpful staff to sort out any troubles. Perched on the Sayan Ridge, the resort overlooks the tropical forest over Ayung river.

112. Klungkung Palace

2.5 /5

41 km
from city center
112 out of 236
places to visit in Bali

The legacy of the illustrious 17th century Klungkung Kingdom lies in the Klungkung palace, located in Semarapura. The complex now contains only the Kertha Pavilion and the carved gateway, but close by are other historical landmarks such as the Klungkung cultural regency hall and the Kerta Gosa museum. A one-stop attraction for learning about the history of Bali, this is a must-visit.

113. Puri Agung Karangasem

3.4 /5

59 km
from city center
113 out of 236
places to visit in Bali

Royalty in Bali leads to Puri Agung Karangasem, a term used to refer to the several palaces belonging to the Karangasem dynasty. The elegant sculptures of the Puri Agung complex welcome you into the main palatial structure called 'Maskerdam' (Amsterdam), with Dutch architectural features and antique furniture still on display. For an insight into the regal history of Indonesia, the Karangasem complex cannot be missed.

114. Beji Guwang Hidden Canyon

3.5 /5

37 km
from city center
114 out of 236
places to visit in Bali

Beji Guwang Hidden Canyon is a gorge located on the Oos river between Sanur and Ubud. Jagged rocks, beautiful tree canopies and cold river water are your companions on the 3-hour trek, where every step brings you closer to nature's beauty. There's a fair amount of climbing and balancing required, so make sure you're physically prepared fot it.

115. Pantai Keramas

2.2 /5

39 km
from city center
115 out of 236
places to visit in Bali

Situated in Keramas village in Blahbatu district, Pantai Keramas or Keramas beach offers scenic beauty for those looking to rejuvenate themselves, and crashing waves for those looking to spend an exciting day surfing. A row of palm trees wave gently in the breeze while the black sand sparkles under your feet. Ideal for watching sunsets and surfing.

116. Pura Bukit Mentik

3.0 /5

30 km
from city center
116 out of 236
places to visit in Bali

The iconic Hindu temple of Danau Batur, Bali, Pura Bukit Mentik is situated in Batur, an hour-and-a-half away from Denpasar. The eruption of Mount Batur in 1974 engulfed Danau Batur in molten lava, somehow leaving the temple and its huge banyan tree untouched. Constructed in classical Balinese architecture, the temple features intricate stone carving and high Meru shrines, making it a famous cultural attraction of the city.

117. Museum Semarajaya

2.6 /5

40 km
from city center
117 out of 236
places to visit in Bali

Museum Semarajaya is located in Klungkung, Bali and exhibits a variety of artefacts such as the gold-woven songket cloth and photographs of the Kingdom of Klungkung. The museum also houses a grand collection of paintings and statues by Emilio Ambron and has on display the traditional salt-making process of Bali, which makes this museum a fascinating place to visit.

118. Joshua District

2.2 /5

28 km
from city center
118 out of 236
places to visit in Bali

Situated in the midst of sprawling rice fields, Joshua District is the ideal setting for hosting conferences, various kinds of parties, team building, as well as social gatherings. The huge building is a creative complex and is home to a gourmet coffee shop, a fashion concept store, a wonderful gallery, skating rink, and quite a few private villas. Appropriate for family-friendly places of stay, adventurous activities, formal meetings as well as working spaces, Joshua District is an extraordinary landmark in Bali.

119. Batu Jimbar

2.4 /5

44 km
from city center
119 out of 236
places to visit in Bali

To enjoy all that Sanur beach has to offer, the Batu Jimbar estate offers a luxurious 9-bedroom villa with 20-metre pool and tennis court. Charming gardens pave the way to the Sanur shoreline and all its little cafes from the villa, which have hosted many celebrities over the years. It is an ideal location for a lavish wedding, family get-together or a deluxe beach vacation.

120. Petulu

2.9 /5

26 km
from city center
120 out of 236
places to visit in Bali

Locates on the outskirts of Ubud, the small town of Petulu is better known as the "Heron Heaven". Dotted with rice paddies, the town witnesses thousands of the Kokokan birds (Herons) flock to the handful of trees there, offering a mesmerising feat of nature. Ideal for spending a dusky evening here between October and March.

121. Pantai Ketewel

2.2 /5

40 km
from city center
121 out of 236
places to visit in Bali

Situated in Ketewel in Gianyar regency, Pantai Ketewel or Ketewel beach is one of the few beaches in Bali filled with more locals than tourists. The black sand melts under your feet while little shops sell refreshments to make your stay enjoyable. The blue waves are good for surfing, although the beach is best suited for taking a break from the overcrowded southern beaches and relaxing.

122. Pura Ulun Siwi

2.3 /5

22 km
from city center
122 out of 236
places to visit in Bali

Situated in the heart of Jimbaran, the majestic Pura Ulun Siwi Temple was constructed in as early as the eighteenth century and has been serving as a glorious place of worship ever since. The religious abode is home to a number of distinct features that sets it apart from the other temples which are built in keeping with the traditional Balinese architecture. With gateways that are beautifully made of coral stone instead of the traditionally used bricks, the spectacular Pura Ulun Siwi Temple houses a colossal pagoda in its inner courtyard which is raised up to eleven tiers.

123. Fishing Boats

2.2 /5

17,245 km
from city center
123 out of 236
places to visit in Bali

Fishing Boat trips in Bali are the most exciting way to spend your holiday in the island province, and is provided as a service by many tour operators and watersport companies. Tanjung Benoa is a popular starting point, and the entire process of from casting the line reeling in your catch to finally striking at your catch is exhilarating.

124. Grand Bali Beach Hotel

2.2 /5

42 km
from city center
124 out of 236
places to visit in Bali

A premier accomodation in Bali, the Granda Inna Beach hotel is occupies 29ha of beautiful beachfront area and offers all amenities a visitor could ask for. Featuring 4 outdoor pools, 2 tennis courts, spas and jogging tracks, the hotel promises comfort and convienence to all that stay there. About 25 mins away from the airport, it's proximity to public transit is an added benefits.

125. Tuban Beach

2.3 /5

46 km
from city center
125 out of 236
places to visit in Bali

Just before the airport at the southern end of Kuta lies Tuban beach, an excellent alternative for those who want to be able to access the activities of Kuta and Legian beaches without staying in the middle of it 24/7. Waterbom and Discovery Mall are nearby, while the beach offers a beautiful sunset, some great seafood vendors and surfing breaks for beginners.

126. Air Terjun Singsing

2.5 /5

20 km
from city center
126 out of 236
places to visit in Bali

Situated about 5kms from Lovina, a mossy pathway leads to the beautiful Singsing waterfall. The cool water tumbles down into a rocky pool where one can take a dip. Surrounded by grassy cover, the waterfall offers a stunning view and refreshing experience. However, be mindful of the locals trying to guide you.

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