#10 Ubud


Ubud attracts many visitors by its rice fields, tiny villages, various arts and crafts, ancient temples, and affordable accommodation. Its location in the center of the island makes it a great destination for hiking in the mountains, visits to beaches, and tours to other places.

#9 Kuta


Kuta is one of the most famous and oldest areas of Bali. Once it was just a fishing village with a lot of endless beaches, small houses, and narrow unpaved paths along which palm trees grow. Tourists come here to surf and be closer to nature.

#8 Mount Batur

Mount Batur

One of the most beautiful sunrises can be seen from Mount Batur. This is an active volcano, which is very popular place for trekking. There are two different routes that allow you to get to the summit.

#7 Amed


Amed is one of the most secluded and seldom visited beaches in Bali. The beaches here are covered with large black volcanic sand. Many visitors usually come here in order to see the rich underwater world and get scuba diving lessons. Nice lagoon and a coral reef make Amed perfect for snorkeling.

#6 Gili islands

Gili islands

Gili Islands are a paradise for beach holidays, diving, and snorkeling, or for a secluded romantic getaway. They include three tiny islands, the biggest of which is Trawangan. There are absolutely no cars or motorbikes on the islands. People use bicycles, fishing boats, and horse carts. Thus, Gili is perfect for a secluded, quiet, and calm holiday.

#5 Tanah Lot Temple

Tanah Lot Temple

The temple is grandiosely sitting on the top of a volcanic rock. Here, you can enjoy beautiful sunsets watching how the sun disappears into the sea.

#4 Sanur


On the beach tourists can go diving without any equipment but a special helmet that allows you to breathe under water and access wonderful sea world of Bali.

#3 Munduk


This mountainous village is filled with coffee, cloves, cocoa, and vanilla plantations. It is a retreat for those who love nature. There are many outdoor activities, like horse riding, excursions to waterfalls, and trekking.

#2 Pura Besakih

Pura Besakih

Pura Besakih is the largest religious complex in Bali. Its territory includes 22 temples, every one of which has its purpose. The architectural ensemble stretches for three kilometers among the descending terraces of the mountain slopes.

#1 Nusa Lembongan

Nusa Lembongan

The territory of the island is about eight square kilometers. Good beaches offer diving to see rich marine life and good waves for surfing. Locals massively grow algae on huge underwater plantations.