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

169. Pantai Pering

2.2 /5

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

Located in Pering, Blahbatuh district in Giyanar, Pering beach features glittering black sands and clear blue waters for relaxing on a sunny day. Surfers too can take advantage of the breaks here, and the beach is also home to the temple Pura Segara Wilis. Pering is not too crowded or congested, and is ideal for a de-stressing after a long day.

170. Pura Puseh Batubulan

2.3 /5

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

Situated right off the main road of Batubalan in Giyanar regency, Pura Puseh is a 10th century Hindu temple well-known for it's stunning stonework. Famous for the moat filled with lotuses that surrounds the temple, it incorporates Hindu and Buddist elements in it's carvings to represent Balinese myths and legends.

171. Pura Pancering Jagat

2.3 /5

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

Located to the east of Lake Batur in Trunyan village, Pura Pancering Jagat is an ancient Hindu temple famous for the massive 4m tall statue of the village's guardian spirit. Featuring a seven-tiered meru shrine, the temple is believed to have been built from a farmer's discovery of the statue long ago. The fascinating history and Balinese architectural features make this a must-visit.

172. Pura Taman Pule Mas

2.2 /5

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

Pura Taman Pule Mas is located in the central part of Mas village, which is a few kilometres south of central Ubud. Pura Taman Pule Mas is also popularly known as 'Pura Ring Jagat', which means 'temple for the whole world'. The temple has been the site of hermitage by Danghyang Nirartha and also keeps some of the Holy Priest’s personal relics. The place has an interesting architecture, multiple shrines and enticing gardens which makes it worth visiting. Taman Pule itself means “beautiful garden” which refers to a purple tangi tree planted behind an altar.

173. Pura Kedarman

2.2 /5

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

Situated in village Kutri in Bali, Pura Kedarman is an 11th-century Hindu temple featuring several pavilions and statutes. A staircase in the temple leads to an impressive statue of the Goddess Durga slaying a possessed Bull, along with several Lingas, inscriptions and a small Ganesh statue. Also called Pura Bukit Dharma, the temple offers a stunning panoramic view in addition to the intricate craftsmanship of the sculptures.

174. Mandala Mathika Subak

2.4 /5

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

Located in Tabanan regency of Bali, Mandala Mathika Subak is a museum showcasing the age-old irrigation system of paddy fields, Subak. Traditional to Bali, the museum houses models that show the system in action. The placards and booklets in english help in understading the agrarian practice that has governed Balinese living since the 9th century.

175. Caow eng Bio

2.2 /5

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

Located at the end of the Tanjung Benoa peninsula, Caow Eng Bio is an ornate Chinese temple in Bali. The entrance is painted with fierce war deities, and the gorgeous red walls of the temple have Chinese wisdom carved on wooden plaques as well as marble engravings of contributors. A one-of-a-kind attraction, this temple cannot be missed.

176. Old Dutch Warehouses

2.2 /5

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

Located in Singaraja in Buleleng, the old Dutch warehouses are one of the many remnants of the colonial past that gives the city it's antique 'feel'. The former administrative centre of the Dutch, Singaraja still retains much of its colonial architecture and the decrepit warehouses remind one of the tobacco, spices and vanilla that used to be stored in them.

177. Gedong Kirtya Library

2.3 /5

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

Located in Singaraja in Buleleng, Gedong Kirtya Museum is home to some beautiful historical marvels- from palm leaf manuscripts to metal transcriptions. Established in 1928 by Dutch scholars, the library's collection of books include those on homoeopathy and black magic. A trove of Balinese culture and customs, this place will certainly delight history buffs.

178. Bali Sea Turtle Society (BSTS)

2.5 /5

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

The Bali Sea Turtle Society is a non-profit organization that works for the conservation of sea turtles in Bali. Visitors can pay a small fee for the release of a turtle back into the sea, doing their bit to be mindful of Bali's environmental concerns. Mainly operating out of Kuta beach, the best time to visit is from April to October.

179. Pura Dalem Penataran Ped

2.7 /5

60 km
from city center
179 out of 236
places to visit in Bali

A short boat ride from Bali to Nusa Penida leads you to Pura Dalem Penataran Ped, an ancient temple revered by Balinese Hindus. Here God is worshipped for the balance of Purusa-Pradana, or the spiritual and physical source, so that it may bring peace and prosperity. This is represented through two statues carved on the limestone structure that adds to the charm of this divine temple.

180. Museum Manusia Purbakala Gilimanuk

2.2 /5

74 km
from city center
180 out of 236
places to visit in Bali

The Musuem of Ancient Man, or Manusia Purbakla, is located in Gilimanuk, Jembrana and offers a fascinating glimpse into the archeaological mysteries of Bali. Dating back to 600 BC are various objects such as jewellery, crockery, bronze items, and sarcophagi. Human fossils are also on display here, making this a must-visit for the history buff.

181. Gunung Kawi Sebatu Temple

3.1 /5

23 km
from city center
181 out of 236
places to visit in Bali

One of the least visited temple complexes of Bali, Gunung Kawi Sebatu Temple is a beautiful water temple located in Tellalang, Gianyar. Featuring lotus ponds surrounded by greenery, the temple also houses a water garden where the statute of Goddess Saraswari is kept. A split Candi Bentar gate takes leads you to the carved shrines inside.

182. Pura Dalem Ning Lan Taman Beji

2.2 /5

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

Located in Tanjung Benoa in Bali, Pura Dalem Ning Lan Taman Beji is a beautiful Hindu temple famous for it's intricately carved gateways. Made of white sandstone, three gateways frame the gold-painted wooden doors which have reliefs and motifs carved on them. The temple is believed to be used for cleansing the sandalwood statues, and is mostly open for religious ceremonies only.

183. Yudha Mandala Tama Monument

2.2 /5

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

A major seaport during the times of colonialism, Buleleng harbour also houses a symbol of freedom and courage on it's coast. The Yudha Madalatama Independence monument was built to commemorate the freedom fighter Ketut Merta, who was killed by gunfire from a Dutch warship in the early days of the Independence struggle.

184. Air Terjun Yeh Mampeh

2.5 /5

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

Located in Tejakula district in Buleleng, Yeh Mapeh waterfalls provide a rejuvenating experience to visitors. The 40-metre high gushing waterfall falls into a pool where one can take a plunge, while the surrounding lush greenery adds to the scenic beauty. Little warungs or cafes are lined outside for some snacks as well.

185. Pura Dasar Batuan

2.2 /5

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

A twin to Pura Puseh Batuan, Pura Dasar Batuan is a Hindu temple known for it's classic Balinese architecture. Built during the 11th century, the elaborately carved temple has witnessed the change of multiple dynasties in Bali. Traditional dance performances such as the Gambuh dance are also held for visitors.

186. Dolphin Monument

2.2 /5

21 km
from city center
186 out of 236
places to visit in Bali

Lovina is a lovely coastal town in north Bali, popular for it's lovely resorts, restaurants, pubs and the namesake black-sand beach. The beach features a tall dolphin statue, a nod to the dolphin schools that swim in this beach. Visitors often come here to witness the dolphin schools and to go snorkelling.

187. Pura Dalem Balangan

2.2 /5

50 km
from city center
187 out of 236
places to visit in Bali

Situated at the northern tip of Balangan beach in Kuta, Pura Dalem Balangan is an ancient temple with detailed stonework. Having been renovated multiple times since the 1980s, the temple features a traditional Candi Bentar or a split-gate gateway. Massive stones with a flat surface are inside the main temple compound, believed to have been used for samadhi or meditation.

188. Puri Gede

2.2 /5

23 km
from city center
188 out of 236
places to visit in Bali

The only palace to still be in use by the royal family, Puri Gede in Amlapura features detailed wood carvings and stone carvings that add to its regal charm. The 19th-century palace has multiple brick buildings that belong to the Dutch period, and the restoration of Rangki, the main structure, makes it a must-visit for tourists exploring Balinese heritage.

189. Pura Gaduh

2.4 /5

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

About 200m east of the Blahbatuh market lies the 'Home of the Giant's Head', known as Pura Gaduh. Also known as Pura Kebo Iwa, the temple houses the metre-high stone head of Kebo Iwa, believed to be the giant aide to the Bedulu King protecting the kingdom from foreign invasions. The fascinating history behind this temple makes it a great attraction for the cultural aficionado.

190. Pura Gegar

2.3 /5

55 km
from city center
190 out of 236
places to visit in Bali

South of Gegar beach lies the Pura Gegar, a small temple perched on the cliffside. The climb up is a bit strenuous, and the temple remains closed to visitors unless a puja is being performed. However, the compactness of the temple allows one to appreciate its architecture from outside itself, and its location offers a spellbinding view and great photography opportunities.

191. Pura Rambut Siwi

2.5 /5

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

Rambut Siwi temple, located about 2 hours away from Denpasar in Negara regency, is a shrine built to preserve the 16th-century Hindu Priest Danghyan Niratha's lock of hair. It is believed to be a protective token for the area. Set on a cliff overlooking the black-sand beach, the temple is surrounded by untouched natural beauty home to many endemic species.

192. Museum Kain

2.3 /5

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

The Beachwalk Mall at Kuta Beach houses the beautiful Museum Kain on its top floor, a homage to the Batik fabric culture of Indonesia since the 19th century. Owned by a private Batik collector, the museum offers interactive screens and workshops to deconstruct the designs, and is ideal for tourists interested in the handicraft history of Indonesia.

193. Pantai Tanjung Sanghyang

2.3 /5

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

Located in the Nusa Lembongan island just off the coast of Bali, Pantai Tanjung Sanghyang is a stunning white sand beach, famous for its corals and watersports. Mostly filled with parasailers and banana boaters, the beach has been nicknamed Mushroom Bay after the mushroom corals found just off the shore. The crescent-shaped beach is a relaxing getaway from the more crowded waters of Bali.

194. Singapadu Banyan Tree

2.2 /5

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

Banyan trees have always found a place of reverence in Balinese culture, and the landmark Singapadu Banyan Tree in Singapadu, Gianyar, is no different. Once used as a venue for community meetings, the massive tree even now is close to the local meeting hall and is hard to miss while travelling through the area.

195. Vihara Dharmayana Temple

2.2 /5

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

One of the few religious attractions in Kuta, Vihara Dharmayana temple is an old Chinese Buddhist temple located just 1 km from the coastal strip. Featuring striking red walls and murals, the temple was even visited by the 14th Dalai Lama. The lanterns and dragon-themed decor marks out its Chinese character, and it becomes especially crowded during the lunar new year.

196. Proyek Penyu

2.3 /5

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

Proyek Penyu is a collective conservation effort run by Reef Seen Resort which buys turtle eggs from locals and keeps it in a regulated environment until the turtles are safely released back into the ocean. Located on the northwestern end of Bali, just off Pemuteran Beach, Proyek Penyu is a 120 km away from the provincial capital of Denpasar. One of Bali's many attraction geared towards eco-tourism, Proyek Penyu is a favourite amongst families and the turtles are sure to thrill kids. Make sure to sponsor the return of a few turtles while you're here.

197. Pura Dalem Penunggekan

2.3 /5

32 km
from city center
197 out of 236
places to visit in Bali

Situated 3kms south from central Bangli, Pura Dalem Penunggekan depicts gory details of what happens to sinners in the afterlife. A temple of the dead, it's panels are carved with sinners becoming moneys and the horrifying fate that awaits adulterers. Sinners are shown begging to be spared, making this temple a slightly disturbing but culturally fascinating place to visit in Bali.

198. Spies House

2.2 /5

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

Walter Spies was one of the pioneering artists who was enchanted by Bali and settled down there, making the beautiful the city his muse in many of his works. His house, located on the Iseh hillside-about 8kms from Gunung Agung summit- has been restored to its former glory and now offers a comfortable stay with an artistic touch.

199. Pranoto's Art Gallery

2.3 /5

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

Situated in Ubud, Pranoto's art gallery functions as the home-cum-studio-cum-gallery of the Javanese painter Pranoto. An experimentative artist, Pranoto plays around with different media and has done multiple solo and group exhibitions. Established in 1996, the gallery holds modelling wokrshops twice a week for budding artists, in addition to displaying Pranoto's artwork.

200. Pura Gede Luhur Batu Ngaus

2.3 /5

33 km
from city center
200 out of 236
places to visit in Bali

Pura Gede Luhur Batu Ngaus is a 17th century Hindu Balinese temple. Perched on top of a black lava outcrop on Mengening beach in Mengwi, the temple is built in traditional Balinese architecture and is believed to give blessings of fertility and medicine. It is reminiscient is of the more famous Tanah Lot, but lis far less crowded.

201. Pantai Selegimpak

2.2 /5

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

Pantai Selegimpak is a straight white sand beach located in Nusa Lembongan island. Mostly used as a stopover to Mushroom Bay, the beach has guesthouses and a few warungs (food shacks) that serve snacks. Ideal for swimming and snorkelling unlike many of Bali's surfing beaches, the beach also features a tiny cove at its eastern end.

202. Taman Werdhi Budaya

2.2 /5

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

Taman Werdhi Budhaya art centre in Denpasar is one of the most well known cultural hubs of Bali. Featuring theatres and galleries that can accommodate over 500 people, the centre is home to all kinds of Balinese creativity- from paintings and sculptures to dance and drama performances. Ideally visited during the Bali Arts Festival in June-July.

203. Nyoman Suaka Home

2.1 /5

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

Nyoman Suaka is an Indonesian cultural figure and author, and his home is an important tourist attraction of Bali. Situated close to the massive Banyan tree in Singapadu, it features an intricately carved entrance that leads to the main compound. A classic Balinese home, one can interact with the family while visiting too.

204. Site of Sari Club

2.1 /5

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

Kuta's Sari Club was a world-renowned open-air bar that drew tourists from around the world to enjoy its ambience and its laid-back vibes. It became the site for one of Bali's most horrific tragedies during the 2002 Bali bombings that claimed the lives of over 200 victims. The bombings destroyed the are where the Sari Club was and is situated across from the Bali Memorial Wall. It is a sombre reminder of the tragic events that happened that day.

205. Prancak Beach

2.1 /5

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

One of Canggu's lesser-known attractions, Prancak Beach witnesses more locals than tourists on its sandy shores. The warungs scattered across the beach offer Bintangs and street food, providing the perfect opportunity to knock back a beer or two, satay in hand. Home to the Pura Dalem Prancak as well, Prancak beach is a quiet getaway from the congested beaches of Canggu.

206. Ketut Rudi Gallery

2.1 /5

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

Ketati Rudi gallery in Ubud is a sprawling gallery that displays the works of more than 50 artists. It features a myriad of styles such as Primitive, Realism, and Rudi's own technique of comic realism. Rudi was an important artistic figure of Indonesia, whose works were commissioned by President Suharto himself.

207. Pura Dalem Jagaraga

2.1 /5

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

Located about 11 km from Singaraga, Pura Dalem Jagaraga is a 12th-century Hindu temple dedicated to Shiva. Built in the traditional Balinese style adhering to the tri-mandala principles with three courtyards, the temple features demonic carvings and motifs, such as that of the demon Rangda. Also known as Pura Dalem Segara Madhu, the temple is also imbued with colonial history, having been demolished by the Dutch and then rebuilt. Interestingly, the temple also has carved depictions of cars and aircraft from the 20th century.

208. Nyoman Gunarsa Museum

2.5 /5

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

Located about 4 km west of Semarapura, Nyoman Gunarasa museum houses both classical and contemporary artworks over a 3-storey building. Established by the well known Balinese artist Nyoman Gunarsa, the museum has 2 floors dedicated to the maestro's work while 1 floor exhibits the works of other local and international artists. It features shadow puppets, textiles and even 16th-century artefacts from the Gelgel kingdom.

209. Mads Lange Tomb

2.1 /5

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

Mads Lange was a Danish diplomat and trader who mediated between the Dutch officials and Balinese rajahs in the 19th century. Located next to Jalan Tuan Lange road in Kuta, His grave is covered by a quaint black and white pyramid-like structure. A quiet and shady area invites you to spend a few minutes in remembrance of this historical figure.

210. Lempad's House

2.1 /5

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

An artist so revered in Bali, Lempad is often known as Lempad of Bali. Lempad's House in Bali pays homage to the unique craft of the legendary Balinese artist, I Gusti Nyoman Lempad. Responsible for the distinct style of architecture that most of Bali's temples and palaces have become emblematic of, Lempad is a household name in Ubud, and the late artist's residence has been turned into a gallery of some of his artworks that can be viewed. The estate is still run by his surviving family members and is complete with a beautiful Balinese garden, and is a must-visit for all art-aficionados.

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