1.Pura Tanah Lot.

it is one of Bali's most iconic temples thanks to its spectacular seaside setting on a rocky islet surrounded by crashing waves. For the Balinese people, it is one of the most sacred of all the island's sea temples. Every evening, throngs of tourists from Kuta, Legian, and Sanur find their way through a labyrinth of lanes lined by souvenir sellers to watch the sun setting behind the temple. Pura Tanah Lot was built at the beginning of the 16th century and is thought to be inspired by the priest Nirartha, who asked local fishermen to build a temple here after spending the night on the rock outcrop.

 2.Mount Batur.

Every day in Bali's predawn darkness, hundreds of visitors begin the trek up the 1,700-meter summit of Mount Batur to watch the sun rise above the lush mosaic of mist-shrouded mountains and the caldera far below. This sacred active volcano lies in Kintamani District in Bali's central highlands, about an hour's drive from Ubud, and the hike to the summit to watch the sunrise has long graced the list of top things to do in Bali. The hike along the well-marked trails is relatively easy and usually takes about two to three hours.

3.Uluwatu Temple.

Presiding over plunging sea cliffs above one of Bali's best surf spots, Uluwatu Temple (Pura Luhur Uluwatu) is one of the island's most famous temples, thanks to its magnificent clifftop setting. In Balinese, "Ulu" means "tip" or "land's end" and "Watu" means rock, a fitting name for the location of the temple on the Bukit Peninsula along the island's southwestern tip. Like Pura Tanah Lot, sunset is the best time to visit, when the sky and sea glow in the late afternoon light. Archaeological finds here suggest the temple to be of megalithic origin, dating from around the 10th century. The temple is believed to protect Bali from evil sea spirits, while the monkeys who dwell in the forest near its entrance are thought to guard the temple from bad influences.The beautiful setting and the sunset Kecak dance performances that take place here daily are more than worth the visit.

4.Ubud Monkey Forest.

 Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary, is one of the top attractions in this tourist town and a must-see for animal lovers and photographers. Besides the entertaining troops of grey long-tailed macaques that make their home here, a large part of the appeal is the evocative jungle setting where the monkeys roam free. Paved pathways lead through thick forests of giant banyan trees and nutmeg, where moss-covered statues and ancient temples loom through the dense foliage, imparting an almost mystical feel. The forest is intended to represent the harmonious coexistence between humans and animals. It also conserves rare plants and is used as a location for researching macaque behavior, particularly their social interaction. hundreds of monkeys swing through the trees and clamber over the walls. In the northwest of the forest, an ancient bathing temple, Pura Beji, nestles next to a cool stream and makes a beautiful backdrop for watching the monkey's antics.

5.Ubud Art & Culture.

Made famous by the book and movie Eat, Pray, Love, Ubud is also the epicenter of Balinese art and culture. This is where the modern Balinese art movement was born, with the surrounding royal palaces and temples acting as the main patrons. If shopping for art is more your style, don't miss the the Ubud Art Market. This labyrinth of stalls brimming with carvings, sculptures, jewelry, sarongs, paintings, and homewares is one of the top tourist attractions in town. Bargaining is essential, and a good rule of thumb is to counter with half the asking price and barter upwards from there, always with a smile. Opposite the market, the Puri Saren Royal Ubud Palace is also worth a visit and hosts traditional Balinese dance performances during the evenings. f you're a budding artist or have children in tow, one of the popular things to do here is to sign up for an art workshop at a local village, which can include traditional painting, mask-making, and jewelry making.

6.Waterbom Bali.

Waterbom Bali is an action-packed waterpark, in the heart of Kuta, with something for every member of the family. Kids can splash in the swimming pools; drift down the Lazy River; or zoom down one of the many twisting water slides and rides, with names like the Python, Green Viper, and Super Bowl. the grounds are landscaped with large, shady trees and beautiful tropical gardens, making this a refreshing respite from the heat on a hot tropical day.

8.Seminyak Shopping.

Bali is known for its flamboyant designers and fabulous shopping, and you'll find the best examples of Balinese design along the busy streets of Seminyak. Cutting edge designer fashion, surf and swimwear, jewelry, furniture, and homewares are just some of the items you can buy at the chic shops and busy market stalls here. Top boutiques include Biasa, Magali Pascal, and Bamboo Blonde, while Kody & Ko sells colorful quirky art and homeware. Sea Gypsy is a favorite for affordable jewelry, and Drifter Surf Shop & Cafe offers a collection of surf and skateboard gear.

9.Kuta Beach.

Yes, it's crowded and persistent hawkers stalk the beach, but this famous stretch of sand, along with neighboring Legian and Seminyak Beaches just to the north, is still a fun day out, especially if you're a beginner surfer or you just want to soak up the scene. You can book surf lessons and rent surfboards, boogie boards, sun loungers, and umbrellas directly from vendors set up on the sand, and plenty of cafes and restaurants border the beach. Beach vendors are easily dissuaded with a polite "no thank you," but an icy cold coconut sloshing with juice served directly to your sunlounger can be a blessing on a sultry day.

10.The Nusa Lembongan .

If you're craving a slower-paced Bali, without the crowds, traffic, and tourist touts, the Nusa Islands are where you'll find it. The most popular of the three islands is Nusa Lembongan Surfing, snorkeling, diving, kayaking, and paddle boarding are the main activities here, and the top attractions include beautiful Dream Beach; Mushroom Bay; and the Devil's Tears rock outcrop, with views of crashing surf erupting over the rocks. Many locals still make their living from seaweed farming, and you can watch them harvesting it by the shore. The neighboring island, Nusa Ceningan, lies just over a bridge from Nusa Lembongan, with a beautiful blue lagoon, and the largest of the island trio, Nusa Penida, is a quick boat ride away. Rock formations, caves, and a bird sanctuary are Nusa Penida's top draws, and diving is one of the most popular things to do here, with the chance to see manta rays, sunfish, and turtles. 

 11.The Sidemen Valley.

idemen Valley evokes the feel of Old Bali, before the tourist throngs descended on the island. Sleepy villages snuggle in the valley amid cascading rice terraces, and cloud-capped Mount Agung looms in the background like a benevolent sentry. A highlight of a visit here is strolling around the small villages, surrounded by farmland and rice paddies, where the locals still tend to their traditional activities. You can also hike through the countryside to the summit of Mount Agung or trek through the rice fields and lush countryside past cocoa and coffee plantations. Other popular things to do here include rafting the rivers; yoga retreats; and taking part in cultural activities such as dancing, carving, or traditional weaving. Homestays and B&Bs are particularly popular in this area, but you'll also find some luxury villas overlooking the rice fields.

12.Sekumpul Waterfall.

In the Singaraja region in Bali's north, Sekumpul Waterfall, actually a series of about seven falls, is considered by many to be Bali's most beautiful falls. Most hikers hire a local guide to do the three- to four-hour round-trip trek, which passes by bristling rice terraces and local villages rimmed with rambutan and durian trees, and continues through dense tropical jungle. It can be strenuous in parts, as you need to hike down slippery steps and slosh through a river, but once you arrive, you can cool off with a refreshing swim at the base of the falls.

13.Tirta Empul Temple.

Tirta Empul Temple (Pura Tirta Empul) in the lush tropical forest of Central Bali, offers a glimpse into a sacred purification ritual. This important temple complex, a national cultural heritage site, is divided into three courtyards, and the focal point is the large rectangular pool, fed by a holy mountain spring, where locals come to pray and soak in the healing waters that gush from a series of sculpted spouts. If you wish to join the locals in the cleansing ritual, it's best to ask an experienced guide first to make sure you respect the customs. You must enter the water fully clothed, wearing a sarong and sash, and it's best to explore the temple complex first as you are not allowed to drip water in the courtyards. 

14.Turtle Island Bali Tour With Glass Bottom Boat .

        Tanjung Benoa Bali very famous for Bali water sports activities. One of family activities that you can have in Tanjung Benoa during your holiday, besides water sports is Turtle Island Bali tour with a glass bottom boat. The green turtle is one of the rare animals that protected by the Indonesian government. Due to protect the green turtle and its habitat! Therefore, Indonesian government works in close collaboration with the local community. The people of this local community previously worked as fishermen.Due to most of the family travelers interested in visiting turtle island conservation in Tanjung Benoa. These create an opportunity for water sports operator in Tanjung Benoa, to provide boat tour while visiting turtle island conservation and sees the marine park offshore.While on a glass bottom boat, you will be accompanied by boat driver. From the glass bottom boat, you can enjoy the beautiful underwater scenery without having to join scuba dive. Coral reefs, a variety of ornamental fish, marine plants and other marine animals. Do not forget to bring bread so that the kids can feed the fish while on the boat.

   15.Spa in Bali.

When your Bali vacation comes to an end, enjoy a 2-hour spa treatment Luxuriate in a foot massage and Balinese massage using aromatherapy oil and acupressure points to improve circulation, followed by a body scrub and bath  After all of this pampering, you’ll feel energized and refreshed .

Safari and Marine Park.

Bali safari and Marine Park is a conservation centre that helps in the breeding of endangered species in Indonesia. Some of these endangered species include the komodo dragon and Bali mynah, two of the most popular animals in the centre. This ticket will give you a chance to experience the Safari Journey where you will ride an air-conditioned tram to see zebras, tigers, and lions on an open-range region. A resident hippopotamus and a white rhinoceros named Nelson are also waiting for you here. Next, you will see a school of fishes in the park’s Fresh Water Aquarium. There are about 40 species of fishes here including Kalimantan’s super red arowana. Admission to Fun Zone and Water Park is also included on this package. At the Fun Zone you can try different rides such as the Climbing Car, Merry Go Round, Go Go Bouncer, Spinning Coaster, or Jungle Cruise. The Waterpark has two pools and a few water slides. Finally, you will have a seat at the silver zone of Bali Theatre’s Bali Agung Show. The show is about the legend of King Sri Jaya Pangus and Princess Kang Ching Wie.

Bali Zoo.     

Here, you can pet and feed the deer, play with the rabbits, and even hold the snakes with the help of their keepers. As it is a very interactive place, guests are encouraged to get close to the animals.
Inside the zoo is a huge aviary, as well, where guests can see a number of birds flying around. Bird shows

normally start around 11:00, so if you want to be on the front seat, you can start lining up as early as 10:00.
Once the show is done, you can enjoy some water activities in Miniapolis Jungle.

Bali Bird Park.      

Bali Bird Park is an eco-tourism attraction that houses more than 250 species of birds, including 40 protected species of Indonesian birds. It is divided into regions that recreate the natural habitats of its birds and indigenous plant life. You can see birds from the Indonesian archipelago, Latin America, Africa and Australia. Once inside, you can also see some of the animals being fed.
Papua Rainforest, Lory and Pelican Feeding are some of the programs that you can see on specific times. You can see the detailed schedule of shows in the additional information section.