Bali has everything one needs for an exotic holiday. From beaches to mountains and temples to lakes, exploring the island will surely leave a memorable experience in your travel diary. 1. PEMUTERAN While the beaches in Bali’s mass resort areas might have a reputation for being loud, the Pemuteran area in North Bali is home to quiet coastal communities. That said, if you feel like escaping to a beach but want some solitude and quiet, look no further. | 2. PURA KEBO IWA This temple is dedicated to robust, manly, powerful yet compassionate giant named Kebo Iwa. Iwa was known to be a hero, for he defended the island from t

Bali has everything one needs for an exotic holiday. From beaches to mountains and temples to lakes, exploring the island will surely leave a memorable experience in your travel diary.

1. PEMUTERAN While the beaches in Bali’s mass resort areas might have a reputation for being loud, the Pemuteran area in North Bali is home to quiet coastal communities. That said, if you feel like escaping to a beach but want some solitude and quiet, look no further.

2. PURA KEBO IWA This temple is dedicated to robust, manly, powerful yet compassionate giant named Kebo Iwa. Iwa was known to be a hero, for he defended the island from the attack of the powerful Javanese kingdom Majapahit. The head of the legendary Kebo Iwa can be found in this temple, popularly known as Pura Kebo Iwa or Pura Gaduh in Blahbatuh, some seven kilometers from Gianyar.

3. KINTAMANI Kintamani bears some of the most magnificent views on the island. Lake Batur, the biggest lake in Bali and the main source of irrigation on the island, is located here. Both sides of the road in Kintamani are packed with restaurants – each has the access to the beautiful view of Batur from a higher ground. Down from the lake side, the view of Mount Agung, the most sacred mountain in Bali, is stunning.

4. EAST BALI The spectacular coastal road of eastern Bali is an adventure in its own right, with green hills on one side and stunning cliffs and raw ocean views on the other. Some of Bali’s best diving opportunities are found at the area’s Amed and Tulamben in the north-east and around Padangbai further south, where thousands of colorful tropical fish swim amongst the hard and soft coral reefs.

5. UBUD Ubud in a glance is not that much different from the other tourist spots in Bali. The area’s hub, which is centered on the streets of Monkey Forest, Hanoman, and Pengosekan, is jammed by quite a number of busy tourist facilities. Yet strangely, you don’t get the feel of hustle and bustle of tourist activities. The pubs and bars mostly play soft music, and temples and the palace entertain the visitors with what they come to Bali for: Culture!

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