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When you imagine a tropical Asian adventure, Bali seems to always come to mind. The Island of the Gods is where viewing mountainous vistas at Mount Batur, remarkable. Walking on the white sandy beaches of Kuta, surreal. And exploring their rich culture at Uluwatu Temple, exotic. With so much to see and so much to do, Bali has attracted millions of visitors from all over the world. For frequent Bali-goers looking to take on the road less taken, Bali welcomes you with their warm hospitality. And for those who are uninitiated to the Bali life, you are in for a treat when you travel here.  

Although life can be slow and simple for native Balinese, there are tonnes of exciting things you can do in Bali. Below are MUST VISIT locations in Bali as well as some essential things to note when you visit Bali.  

Bali is evocative by nature. Its culture and architecture are easily memorable and their natural beauty is something to behold. Here are some places you have to visit when you're in Bali.

- Pura Ulun Danu Temple: This is a floating temple on Lake Beratan. Located on the highlands of Bedugul, this mesmerising temple is the most underrated temple in this list. Pura Ulun Danu Temple is almost mystical when seen from afar with its mountainous background and calming ambience as it floats on the Beratan Lake. 

- Tanah Lot Temple: Tanah Lot is the most photographed temple in Bali. As though an island on its own, Tanah Lot is one of those temples in Bali that makes you go “Wow”. This iconic temple is perched on a 3-acre rock just 20m away from the coast. You can hear the waves crashing below the temple as you walk around to appreciate its unique architecture. On special occasions, you can watch the traditional Kecak Fire Dance here as well. You can find Tanah Lot just 19km away from Denpasar. 

-  Pura Luhur Uluwatu Temple: In contrast to Tanah Lot, Uluwatu is located at the edge of a cliff. Being 70 meters above sea level, Uluwatu is the perfect location to watch the sunset behind the Indian Ocean. This is before the Kecek Fire Dance at Uluwatu's amphitheatre. 

- Pura Lempuyang: This is the famed "Gateway to Heaven" temple. Located at the highest peak of Mount. Lempuyang, this ancient temple offers a dramatic view of the Agung volcano between two gates.  

Important Note: Please wear decently if you were to enter any temples and do not disturb prayer sessions. Balinese would appreciate if you respect their culture.


- The Nusa Islands: Located just off of Bali, there 3 islands that make up the Nusa Islands. Nusa Lembongan, Nusa Penida, and Nusa Ceningan. The otherworldly landscapes with amazing views, as well as its azure blue waters, have attracted visitors to come here. You can dangle your feet 150m above sea level with a stunning view to match. Cliff diving, snorkelling, surfing, and everything sea and water-related, the Nusa Islands have it all. 

-  Balangan Beach: You can find Balangan Beach on the south of Bali just 40 minutes away from Denpasar airport. This beach is an increasingly popular beach with an Instagrammable spot on the edge of a cliff overlooking the blue waters of the Indian Ocean. Balangan beach is also a surfer's heaven. With enormous waves across this beach that stretches across 200m, it could excite any wave catcher looking for some action. 

- Pasir Putih Beach: If you're looking for some R&R by the beach, this is the perfect place for you. Nicknamed as "The Hidden Beach", Pasir Putih Beach is kept hidden behind two hills and lush greenery. You can find the perfect spot for yourself on their white sandy beaches that stretch across 400 meters. The tall palm trees swaying to the wind also adds a more relaxing feel to this already secluded beach. Finding a place to stay too is easy as there are several guesthouses to the east of the beach. 

- Sekumpul Waterfall: Sekumpul Waterfall is touted as one of the most beautiful waterfall in Bali. For visitors and photographers, this location is a dream. Multiple streams of 85m high waterfalls amidst the vast green Bali rainforest is the definition of a tropical paradise. The view, ambience, and the sound of the crashing water is definitely worth it. This waterfall is a 2.5 hours drive from Denpasar

- Mount Batur: For hiking enthusiast, Mount Batur is a must-visit. Catching the sunrise at the summit of this active volcano is what everyone is after. After a 2 hour hike to the top, you can view Mount Agung and nearby mountains behind early morning fog as the sun starts to rise from the east. A truly spectacular sight.   

- Tegalalang Rice Field: No trip to Bali would be complete without a visit to Tegalalang Rice Field. The valley offers an extremely scenic view Bali's green rice paddy cascading above each other like stairs. The view from the top overlooking the greenery and unique landspaces of Tegalalng Rice Field is what visitors are dreaming about when they imagine a Bali adventure. You head to Tegalalang Rice Field which is just 20 minutes away from Ubud. 

There are 2 seasons that makeup Bali. The dry and rainy. Depending on what you would want to achieve in Bali, here are some advice for you. 

Dry Season (April - October)
The dry season is the much sought out season for visitors. Dry season makes it easier to go for a hike or visiting Bali’s temples without the weather getting in the way. Expect also pleasant weather as well during this period. Dry season would run from April to October. However, since most visitors would to visit Bali during this season too, we would recommend you to visit during April, May, June and September. These are the months before and just after peak season. Away from the horde of tourist and hiked up hotel prices. Temperature can average a high of  32°C and a low of 22°C. 

Rainy Season (November - March)
If you're looking to travel to Bali on a tight budget (like really tight), you can opt for the rain season. During this period is where hotel prices is at its lowest and easier to book tables to famous restaurants. And when it rains, Bali is not the worst place to be in as some resorts do offer a spa massage session for you. The downside of visiting Bali during rainy season would be the humidity, mosquitoes, and obviously, the rain. Skies would overcast through the day and when it shines, it is often humid. Rainy season would run through November - March. 

Halal Food in Bali
Previously, it was difficult to find halal food in Bali. With the population predominantly being Hindus, the surge of Muslim travel has forced Bali to produce some Muslim-friendly and halal certified eateries. Now, you can now enjoy your nasi padang, ayam penyet and other delicious Javanese dishes inside modest warongs with ease of mind. Not just restaurants do have halal-certificate, some even provide prayer facilities. 

If you are finding it difficult to find not just halal food, but tasty ones, Tripfez can help you with it *wink*

Important Things To Note About Bali
Currency – Indonesian Rupiah (IDR)
Capital – Denpasar
Languages Spoken – Indonesian and English
Time Zone – GMT+8
Calling Code – +62

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Do I need a visa to enter Bali? 

If you only want to visit as a tourist for less than 30 days, then citizens of more than 160 countries (Malaysia included) have nothing to worry about. Just be sure to have a return ticket as proof you are staying within the 30 days period.

How can I be respectful to the locals and their customs? 

A simple smile and ‘Terima Kasih’ (thank you) can go a long way. To take 'Terima Kasih' a step further you can say "Suksma" which is  "thanks" or "matur suksma" for "thank you very much.". Although Bali is a Hindu part of Indonesia (which is majority Muslim country), it is still wise for you to dress modestly especially when entering into their holy sites.

How do I get around Bali? 

Roads can get crazy in Bali. You can rent a motorcycle if you're feeling confident. But if you want to play it safe you can opt for public transports such as taxis (calling a taxi is easy in Bali. Blue Bird taxis are cheaper) or buses for those long-distance journies. For tech-savvies, you can choose e-hailing services such as Grab or Gojek.

Can I drink tap water in Bali?

We would advise you to stick to bottled water. Avoid any sort of sickness when you travel either in Bali, or anywhere you go. Being sick when you travel is no fun! Avoid tap water in Bali.

Where can I watch the Kecak Dance? 

Kecak Dance is a spectacular traditional Balinese dance that is definitely worth the watch. The best place to watch this show is at the Pura Uluwatu, where the dance is performed daily with the sun just setting on the background. You can find this performance all over Bali such as Tanah Lot, GWK Cultural Park, Pura Dalem Ubud, Padang Tegal Stage, Batubulan, Umadewi Stage, and more.

Where can I watch dolphins in Bali?

Lovina beach is definitely the spot for you to watch dolphins. Located at the northern part of Bali, apart from its beautiful of calm sea water, Lovina beach is also and best places to watching dolphin where the dolphin habitat lives. Your trip usually starts early in the morning so better get a good night rest.

What is the type of plug that is used in Bali? 

In Bali you can expect the 2 pin socket and plug as used in larger parts of Europe with a standard in Bali of 230 V, and the standard frequency of  50HZ.