Now that Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport is already open to welcome international tourists from specified 19 countries, you don’t have to wait any longer to spend quality time in Bali. This is one of the most beautiful islands in the planet. Hence, there are so many people want to pay a visit. And the situation with covid-19 has restricted our freedom to travel. And now, bali is already open and what you have to do is to plan your trip and make your itinerary. Here are recommendations of best things to do for when you visit Bali:
There are so many ancient, sacred temples in Bali that are open for visitors. What interesting from these temples is not only its ancient and beautiful architecture but also the location where they are perched. For example, Tanah lot temple is one of the most iconic because it it is also located on top of a rock, surrounded by the waves of the open sea. There is also Uluwatu temple which is perched on top of a cliff edge, presenting wider range of seascapes. There are many more unique and interesting temples worth visiting for you can choose.
Get closer to the nature
Bali is also popular for its paradise-like nature. And one of the most interesting places to visit is rice field. It is not just a regular rice field. The rice terraces of Tegallalang offer the best views of nature. It is located in Ubud. And the best time to pay a visit is in the morning so you can have lazy stroll while enjoying fresh morning breeze. Aside from Tegallalang, Jatiluwih also offers amazing view of rice terraces. So you can pick your choice.
Get your adventure
Bali is known for its beaches but it is not the only thing you can enjoy while you are in Bali. You can also go get your adventure by hiking an active volcano. Mount Batur is is still active but still so many people want to explore this majestic place. It is best to join a group tour to catch the sunrise from the summit. Or, you can also explore Kintamani, a mountain village in central Bali. It is still part of Mount Batur. You can do many things here such as sightseeing, taking pictures, or interacting with the residents of the village.
Shop and dine
There are plenty of art markets in Bali you can visit that sell variety of craft and hand-made souvenirs. For example, there is Ubud Art Market located across the road from the Ubud Royal Palace. Explore small shops in the market and pick your own favorites from silk scarves, handmade woven bags, statues, hats, to kites. Then, don’t forget to enjoy culinary scene in Bali where you get to taste authentic Balinese dishes such as Sate Lilit, Babi Guling, Betutu, Lawar, and variety of seafood. You can visit one of the beachfront restaurants and cafes so that you can enjoy your meals with amazing views of the ocean.