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- ByTripSavvy10 Must-See Temples in BaliNo visit to Bali would be complete without a trip to see at least one of Bali's temples. There are over 20,000 Pura (Balinese for temple) in Bali at last count, a widespread marker of Bali's exuberant culture; you don't have to make an effort to see all of them, but you do have to see at least a few of the temples listed below. Some temples can be seen in a single trip (Tirta Empul and Pura Gunung Kawi are both near Tampaksiring, for instance); others may need a little more advance planning. In any case, the effort to see any of these Bali temples is effort well spent - particularly if your visit coincides with an odalan, or temple festival!9 items
- ByInternational Volunteer HQ (IVHQ)An Authentic Guide To BaliBali, it's the ultimate dream destination but with so many options it's hard to know the best places to visit and how to spend your time. As the world's leading volunteer abroad organization, International Volunteer HQ, we have supported thousands of volunteers to give back in Bali. We asked them which stunning sights, mouth-watering eateries, epic events, and unmissable secret spots they'd recommend in Bali. Here's a list of must-dos from volunteers that are in-the-know authentic travel pros...24 items
- ByJourney Into TravelBali, Indonesia 2018Featuring: Relax Bali Dive & SPA Resort, Amed Lodge by Sudamala Resorts, Udara Bali Yoga Detox & Spa, Nusa Veranda Sunset Villas & Restaurant, Rama Village, Biahbiah+ Balinese Food & Dining, The Yoga Barn, Warung Laba Laba, Plataran Ubud Hotel & Spa, Warung Little Bird, Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary, Tegalalang Rice Terrace, Ubud Kajeng Rice Fields Walk, Neka Art Museum, Saraswati Temple, Gunung Lebah Temple, Batubara -argentinian grillery-, Green Key, Hongalia, Semesta Warung, Who's Who, Ayo Vegan, Anuman Coffee, Maple House Ubud, Gianyar Street Night Market, Gunung Kawi Sebatu Temple, Mamma Mia, Taksu Terrace Restaurant, Ubud Coffee Roastery, Locavore To Go, Sawobali Cake & Coffee Shop, Cinemaxx Theater Lippo Mall Kuta, Manta Manta Diving, Bali, Pro Surf School, Pundi-Pundi Grill & Asian Cuisine, Monsieur Spoon Ubud, Nostimo Greek Grill Ubud, Seniman Coffee Studio, Warung Lokal, Petani Restaurant, Warung Pondok Madu, IBU SUSU Bar & Kitchen, Cafe du Monyet, Kafe, Le Moulin, Habitat Cafe, Kismet Restaurant & Lounge, Kakiang Bakery&Cafe, Mudra, Bali Dacha, Zest Ubud Restaurant, Kayumanis Ubud Private Villa & Spa, Melting Wok Warung, Nomad, Twist Ubud, Ubud Coffee Culture, Taco Casa, Seasoned, Golden Monkey, Kedaton, The Temple Lodge, Kayumanis Nusa Dua Private Villa & Spa, Kayumanis Sanur Private Villa & Spa, La Playa Cafe67 items