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

127. Pura Kebo Edan

2.5 /5

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

Located in Pejing in the Gianyar regency of Bali, Pura Kebo Edan or the 'Temple of the Mad Bull' is a 14th-century Hindu temple imbued with religious folklore and built in the classic Balinese style of architecture. The chief attraction here is the three-and-a-half metre tall statue of a male figure atop a corpse, believed to be Bhima from the Mahabharat.

128. Jungutbatu Beach

2.4 /5

54 km
from city center
128 out of 236
places to visit in Bali

A relatively unspoilt beach in Nusa Lembongan, Jungut Batu beach has clear blue waters and white sands ideal for taking a leisurely stroll at sunset. It offers a splendid view across to Mount Agung, and has several surfing breaks beyond the coral reefs. Fishing boats and a few bungalows add some colour to the scene.

129. Bali Theater

3.3 /5

15,757 km
from city center
129 out of 236
places to visit in Bali

Theatre is an integral part of Balinese culture, performed during many rituals and even funeral processions. Featuring elaborate costumes and majestic backdrops, the themes of theatre shows performed artistically can vary from Hindu epics to the origin of Bali to folklore. While some are performed outdoors, others take advantage of indoor auditorims with dramatic lighting and soundtracks.

130. Museum Buleleng

2.3 /5

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

Located in downtown Singaraja, the Buleleng museum houses a vast collection of artefacts and relics for the history-buff. Mostly comprising of objects that belonged to the Royal Family of Buleleng, the museum displays about 23 traditional tools and 37 relics in addition to the various sarcophagi, paintings and weapons. The exhibits date back to the 8th century, making this an extremely interesting attraction.

131. Bale Kambang

2.6 /5

13 km
from city center
131 out of 236
places to visit in Bali

About 70 kms south of Malang city in Bantur district, Balekambang beach awaits with its ocean waves and little stores full of curiosities and snacks. A bridge connects the beach to Ismoyo island, just 200m away, where you can visit the island temple and play in the relatively smoother sand. Due to the granular sand, a mat while relaxing there is a must.

132. Pura Puseh Batuan

2.3 /5

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

Pura Puseh Batuan is a beautiful 11th century Hindu Temple located in the namesake village of Batuan. Its five-tiered Candi Bentar gateway leads into multiple thatched-roof shrines, featuring floral motifs and statues of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva. Local artists display their works in a hall located opposite the temple, and the best time to visit is during its Piodalan anniversary celebrations.

133. Bias Tugal

2.3 /5

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

Around the corner from Padang Bay, a steep path through a densely forested area leads to the scenic beauty of Bias Tugal beach. Also known as the 'Secret Beach' due to its remote location, the beach is ideal for snorkelling early morning, while the warungs serve up some delicious grilled fish.

134. Kerobokan Jail

2.3 /5

38 km
from city center
134 out of 236
places to visit in Bali

Located in Kerobokan, a part of Badung Regency in Bali, the renowned Kerobokan Jail is an eccentric place to visit. Also referred to as the Hotel K, the famous prison was first built in the year 1979 and was designed with an occupant capacity of three hundred inmates. After various renovations, Kerobokan Prison, at present, has an occupant capacity of over a thousand and four hundred inmates, brought in from several places of the world.

135. Pantai Siyut

2.3 /5

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

Just 300m of the coast road to Kusamba, Pantai Siyut in Guyana is a secluded spot to enjoy the panoramic view of the ocean without the congestion and activity of Bali's typical touristy beaches. Mostly deserted, it is recommended you bring a parasol to sunbathe here and enjoy the tranquillity since the beach has almost no tourist infrastructure and the closest house is 100m away.

136. USS Liberty Shipwreck

3.3 /5

56 km
from city center
136 out of 236
places to visit in Bali

The USS Liberty Shipwreck in Tulamben is the biggest historical attraction underwater in Bali. Torpedoed by a Japanese submarine in 1942, the 130m long massive wreck now offers a fantastic diving experience. Blooming with pfishes, seahorses and corals, this site is best explored early in the morning or late at night.

137. Bali International Convention Centre

2.3 /5

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

Situated at the southern tip of Bali in close proximity to the Westin Resort in Nusa Dua, the dignified Bali International Convention Centre is one of the prime locations for carrying out high-profile meetings and conferences. The renowned convention centre has been built in such a way that it provides all the required amenities to make it as convenient as possible for the delegates. The elegant design with acoustic ceilings, customized carpeting, as well as wall panelling, paired with excellent management and multiple venues within the premises enhance the already superior functionality of the convention centre by several notches.

138. Puri Anyar Kerambitan

2.3 /5

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

Located south of Tabanan, Puri Anyar Kerambitan is the former palace of the Tabanan kingdom. Built in 7th century, the building maintains its regal charm and is filled with paintings and artefacts from a bygone era. Traditional dance performances such as Legong Leko are held here, and one can have a banquet dinner here to get a taste of royalty.

139. Makam Jayaprana

2.5 /5

13 km
from city center
139 out of 236
places to visit in Bali

Situated in Buleleng regency of Bali, Makam Jayaprana is the famous grave of Jayaprana, the lover of Layonsari in a famous Balinese legend of romance. The place is regarded as sacred by the locals, especially couples. It's a 300-step climb up to the grave but ultimately leads to a gorgeous view of the surrounding ocean and West Bali National Park, and a deeper understanding of Balinese beliefs.

140. Pasih Uug Beach

3.2 /5

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

Popularly known as "Broken Beach", Pasih Uug is a scenic coastal attraction located on the southwestern tip of Nusa Penida island. It features an arch-like rocky formation over the waters, and provides a stunning view for nature-lovers and photographers. An unpaved and bumpy road leads to the area, and there are a a couple of vendors selling beer and other refreshments.

141. Pura Candidasa

2.2 /5

56 km
from city center
141 out of 236
places to visit in Bali

Located across the hillside in Candidasa, Pura Candidasa is a gorgeous Hindu temple dedicated to Hariti, goddess of fertility and rain. Also called the Temple of Ten Children, legend has it that Hariti was a barren woman desperate to conceive, who ultimately gave birth to ten children. The carvings inside depict the tale and offer a glimpse into another fascinating aspect of Balinese mythology.

142. Pura Maospahit

2.3 /5

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

Built in the 13th century during the arrival of the Majapahit dynasty, Pura Masohpit is a Balinese Hindu Temple located in Denpasar. Notable for its red-brick architecture, the temple is the only one in Bali to adhere to the concept of Panca Mandala where the innermost sanctum is at the centre instead of facing Mount Agung, widely believed to be the spiritual centre of Bali. It is a testimony to Bali's rich religious and cultural legacy.

143. Batur Geopark Museum

3.0 /5

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

If volcanoes fascinate you, the Batur Geopark museum in Bali is not to be missed. With models accompanied by interactive displays and rock samples, the geology of Mt.Batur and the workings of a volcano are brought to life. A UNESCO project, this museum is best enjoyed with your kids while exploring Bangli.

144. Pura Maduwe Karang

2.6 /5

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

Located in Kubutambahan about 12kms from Bali, Pura Maduwe Karang temple is notable for the floral motifs and epic panels carved on its walls. Dedicated to Batara Madang Karang, the god of fertility, the temple features the traditional three courtyards and a split Candi Bentar gateway. A famous carving depicts a man riding a bicycle.

145. Sangsit

2.5 /5

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

Located about 6 kms away from Singaraja in Buleleng regency, Sangsit is a small village best known for its temple Pura Beji. Dedicated to the goddess of rice fields, Dewa Sri, the temple has carvings of Hindu mythological figures, serpents and vines. The 15th-century temple is famous for the unusual Dutch carving of musicians on its walls.

146. Pantai Lepang

2.4 /5

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

Located in Klungklung regency, Bali, the road to Pantai Lepang is surrounded by paddy fields and plantations on either side, giving you a glimpse of rural Bali before you reach Lepang's black-sand shores. An emerging tourist spot, Lepang beach offers a coastline ideal for cycling, a beautiful sunset, sunbathing and swimming opportunities, and local delicacies served by the 'warungs' scattered across its sands.

147. Les Waterfall

3.2 /5

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

Bali is blessed with numerous amazing tourism spots and is the main tourist destination of Indonesia. Likely, the northern part of Bali has this treasure of a waterfall named Les waterfall which is located in Les Village in Buleleng. It offers scenic beauty and a revitalizing experience for visitors who are also rewarded by the chilled water of the falls in the humid weather of Bali. So one can jump right in and enjoy a refreshing dip in the waterfall pool. From the ticket counter, one has to make a short trek of 1 km to reach the 30-m high waterfalls.

148. Gelgel

2.5 /5

43 km
from city center
148 out of 236
places to visit in Bali

A few minutes south of Semarapura lies the village of Gelgel, notable for its indigenous Songket fabric and Kamasan paintings. A piece of handwoven Songket takes 3-4 days to finish after embroidering the various flora and fauna motifs, while the proximity to Kamasan influenced their painting style. Nearby attractions include Goa Lawah temple and the Puputan Klungklung monument.

149. Semarapura Market

3.1 /5

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

A trip to Bali is incomplete without setting aside a few hours to explore Semarapura Market. The best place to see and buy local Balinese items and trinkets, the market offers an array of fruits, handwoven fabrics, souvenirs, authentic food options and much more. Some spirited bargaining here early in the morning is an exciting way to start your day.

150. Puputan Square

2.4 /5

38 km
from city center
150 out of 236
places to visit in Bali

Puputan Square is an attractive monument which is a leafy and calm place in the centre of the city and acts as a resting point away from the surrounding noise and chaos. There is a large eight-armed statue which is located in the centre of the square which is a representation of the creator- Brahma (Hindu God). The location symbolizes the protection that the Lord offers in all directions. Adjoining the monument is a small urban park where one will find many locals taking a break from work or families spending some quality time with their families.

151. Kerobokan Beach

2.5 /5

38 km
from city center
151 out of 236
places to visit in Bali

Somewhat difficult to access from the road, Kerobokan beach offers scenic beauty with a laid-back vibe. It can be reached through Seminyak beach in the south or Batubelig beach in the north, and has plenty of loungers and vendors spread throughout its shores. A quiet beach with dangerous waters, this beach is ideal for loosening up after a long day.

152. Morning Market

2.2 /5

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

Morning markets in Bali are bustling with frenzy and the freshest produce in woven baskets. Vegetables, Fruits, Poultry, Fish-everything a Balinese household needs can be found here. On venturing further inside one will come across even more stalls selling perfume, incense, utensils and spices. An excellent place to test your bargaining skills, some popular markets include the ones in Sanur and Ubud.

153. Pantai Klotek

2.9 /5

43 km
from city center
153 out of 236
places to visit in Bali

The sandy shores that accompany the Coast road to Kusamba only serve to prepare you for one of the prettiest beaches next to it, the Pantai Klotek. Cafes and vendors occupy the brick walk on the beach, giving you plenty of options to snack on while the Midori shrubs add a splash of colour to the scene.

154. Central Market

2.2 /5

38 km
from city center
154 out of 236
places to visit in Bali

The central market in Ubud, Bali offers a taste of authentic Balinese lifestyle. Hustling with activity right from early morning, the market sells everything from flower and leaf arrangements to make offerings, to a variety of fish to spices and condiments. Ideally visited around 7am before the touristy setup takes place, the market also offers various breakfast options for a morning in Bali.

155. Turtle Tanks

2.2 /5

13 km
from city center
155 out of 236
places to visit in Bali

Apart from being a popular tourist hotspot, Sanur in Bali is also home to some adorable turtles and their hatchlings. Located at the end of Pantai Sindhu, the small turtle conservation centre houses dozens of baby turtles that offer an insight into Balinese wildlife conservation efforts as well as an ideal day out while on a family holiday.

156. Memorial Wall

2.3 /5

16,404 km
from city center
156 out of 236
places to visit in Bali

The Memorial Wall in Kuta, Bali commemorates the victims of the October 2002 bombing on Bali which killed 88 Australian tourists, 38 Indonesians and 27 Britons, among several others. A Wall of Names pays tribute to these victims, and people from all over the world come here to pay their respects.

157. Museum Gedong Arca

2.4 /5

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

Gedong Arca museum is an archaeological museum located in Bedulu. It features a variety of artefacts and ornaments- from sandstone sarcophagi to Chinese ceramics and stone carvings. The museum displays archaeological finds dating back to 300 BC, and guides are available to deepen your understanding of the historical and cultural significance of the exhibits. A must-visit for history buffs travelling around Bali.

158. Sacred Tree

2.2 /5

25 km
from city center
158 out of 236
places to visit in Bali

The belief in the sanctity of the Banyan tree, particularly in Hinduism, goes back to millennia. One can witness many Banyan trees in Bali tied with a sacred chequered cloth. Said to be the resting place of spirits, some remarkable sacred trees include the one in Gesing-a towering 85-metres tall tree- and one in Nusa Lembongan amid Pura Segara.

159. De Arca Museum

2.7 /5

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

A prominent attraction of Yogyakarta, the De Arca museum exhibits carefully sculpted figures of national heroes, world leaders, celebrities and superheroes. Made of fibreglass, these figures provide for some memorable photographs to take back from your trip, and the helpful guides make the experience even better.

160. Pura Dalem Sidan

2.4 /5

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

A spooky heritage site is one way to describe the Pura Dalem Sidan in Gianyar. Also called the ‰ÛÏTemple of Death Rites‰Û, its dedicated to Shiva and Durga and graphically depicts the fate of sinners- heads sawn off, smashed infants and other terrible relics. Home to several bats as well, this one can make tourists uneasy.

161. Tonyraka Art Gallery

2.2 /5

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

Located in Mas, Ubud, Tonyraka Art Gallery has a vast collection of artworks- from paintings and sculptures to wood carvings and installations. Established in 1948, the gallery displays the works of famous local artists such as Made Djirna and Erawan Nym. Housing both tribal and contemporary forms of art, the gallery is a must visit for art conosseiurs.

162. Pantai Patra Jasa

2.3 /5

45 km
from city center
162 out of 236
places to visit in Bali

Pantai Patra is a hidden treasure in Bali, which is less crowded and the best place to relax and enjoy some quiet time peacefully. There is shade at the beach owing to the beautiful palm trees which is coupled with food stalls selling some delicious treats to enjoy a lovely stroll on the beach. The lesser crowd and peace makes it an ideal spot for couples who are on the lookout to spend some intimate time with each other.

163. Pura Mas Suka

2.3 /5

49 km
from city center
163 out of 236
places to visit in Bali

Located in Ungasan, near Green Bowl Beach, Pura Mas Suka is one of the least known seaside temples of Bali. One of the seven temples devoted to the Sea Gods, the temple is perched on a cliff overlooking the Indian Ocean that provides a spectacular view. Do keep in mind that getting to the temple is a bit of a struggle due to the narrow roads and lack of signage.

164. Museum Manusa Yadnya

2.2 /5

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

Located in Mengwi in West Bali, Manusa Yadnya or the 'Ritual of Human" museum documents just that- the rituals performed by the locals during the cycle of human life. Right from the cermonies performed at birth to burial ceremonies, the museum exhibits the materials and tools needed for all of them. A visit here offers an engaging glimpse into the Balinese way of life.

165. Stone Pillar (Sanur)

2.2 /5

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

The oldest artefact in the island, the Stone Pillar or Belanjong pillar close to Pura Belanjong is a 10th-century inscription pillar belonging to the Warmadewa dynasty. It recounts the military victories of the king Sri Kesari Warmadeva and is written in a mix of Old Balinese and Sanskrit, suggesting an ancient cultural exchange.

166. Candikuning Market

2.2 /5

10 km
from city center
166 out of 236
places to visit in Bali

The main market of Bedugul, Candikuning has everything need for a taste of local Bali- it sells fresh produce ranging from tangerines and strawberries to flowers and even some craft objects. Do not forget to try out some local snacks such as crackers and sweetcorn; bargaining is a must here.

167. Komaneka Art Gallery

2.2 /5

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

A renowned fine art gallery in Ubud, Komaneka Art Gallery features stunning contemporary artworks from a number of established Balinese artists. Sculptures, paintings, wood carvings-all can be found on display here, and the works of Hanafi and I Made Djirna draw visitors in. The spacious gallery is ideal for admiring some high-profile art while in Ubud.

168. Ling Gwan Kiong

2.2 /5

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

Located in Singaraja, the former capital of Bali, the Ling Gwan Kiong temple is a beautiful Chinese temple in North Bali. Built around 1873, the mini gardens and murals add to the aesthetic appeal while turtles roam freely around in the temple. Chinese deities are carved and hand-painted on the wooden gates, and the cultural markers of the Ching Dynasty make this a must-see.

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