The most visited island in Indonesia and one of the most spectacular tropical islands in the world, Bali offers a wealth of highlights and sights for visitors to discover. Its natural beauty is complemented by vibrant culture and a mix of Hindu and Buddhist influences that come through in art, architecture, theatre performances and festivals.

For nature-lovers, Bali’s lush rainforests are home to secret waterfalls and jungle gorges where adventurers can trek through emerald vistas and wildlife corridors. The iconic Pura Ulun Danu Batur temple, perched on the shores of Lake Batur, is a must-visit for photo enthusiasts, its smooth and reflective surface offering captivating images.

Bali’s awe-inspiring beaches are a key attraction, with stunning white and black sands found across the island. Visitors are sure to find a secluded spot away from the crowds on some of the more remote beachfronts, while more action-packed spots are teeming with bars and restaurants serving up tasty treats.

The Island of the Gods is famous for its temples and Bali’s spirituality runs deep with thousands of shrines dotted throughout the island. The colourful and eye-catching Tirta Empul temple complex is another must-visit, with a series of baths, pools and streams flowing through the site to form a sacred holy mountain spring. For those with a love of architecture and design, Bali’s rich temple sanctuaries offer a feast for the eyes with their intricate and elaborate carvings.

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