Bali is the destination on every traveler's wish list as the island is not only beautiful but also has a rich cultural history, flora and fauna, vibrant food culture and an overall pleasant vibe that every traveler needs.


Bali is the place where you seek adventure. Well, what's more thrilling than climbing an active volcano ? Mount Batur and Mount Agung, two active volcanoes, are two of Bali's biggest attractions. The sunrise climb to Mount Agung's crater will take about five to seven hours, but it is well worth the pain. Mount Agung last erupted in 2017.


About 280 species of birds are found in Bali. One of them is the critically endangered Bali starling. With fewer than 100 adults present in the wild, being able to see them in their natural habitat is on the wish list of most birders. These extremely rare birds can be found in the wild (if you're lucky) only in the forests of West Bali National Park and Nusa Penida.


Bali has unique system of water management, also known as subak, is a recognized UNESCO World Heritage Site. The picture of Bali's paddy fields is a beautiful result of that water management system. It is iconic, and is present in every Bali visitor's photo gallery. The Subak system dates back to the ninth century.

World’s most expensive coffee

Trust the process - the tagline that Kopi Luwak needs. A cup of kopi luwak will cost you around $40. Many people across the world are fans of this particular brew. Right now, somewhere in Bali, there is a cat-like animal called a luwak, eating coffee cherries and extracting seeds. The seeds are then collected, roasted, ground and ground/packed. So, trust the process. It's an experience you'll want to write about at home.

Dragon tales

The island is named after the largest lizard on Earth, the Komodo dragon. Komodo Island is a part of the Komodo National Park and lies between the islands of Sumbawa and Flores. Certainly not for the faint-hearted, the 390 sq km island is home to the incredibly venomous Komodo dragons, which, like every animal known to us, will attack when provoked. Here's how you can avoid it—don't get provoked.

Komodo Island is also where you'll find pink beaches - one of the most beautiful seven pink beaches in the world, Harbour Island in the Bahamas, Pantai Merah in Komodo Island, Playa de Ses Ilets in Spain, Tikehau in Tahiti, Elafonisi Beach in West Crete Horseshoe Bay in Bermuda and Spiaggia Rosa in Budelli, Sardinia.

Swim with manta rays

With over 17,000 islands in Indonesia, scuba diving is naturally one of the most popular activities. Bali has plenty of pristine beaches with clear waters, beautiful coral reefs that support a vibrant marine life. Swimming with manta rays sure sounds like a fun thing to do. Scuba diving in Bali will cost you around $60-$80, which includes scuba gear.

Food of Bali

When in Bali, eat like a local and you will experience the rich culture that has made Bali the culture hub it is today. Babi guling or traditionally roasted whole pig is a staple food of Bali, the unique style of nasi jingo served in a cone-shaped banana leaf, the iconic satay, a favorite of many of Bali.

Gado-Gado is one of the most popular salads, avoid the shrimp crackers and you will have a perfect vegetarian dish. Nasi goreng, if asked to make 'tanpa dagging', will turn into a delicious plate of vegetarian nasi goreng.

Temples of Bali

The temples in Bali are iconic to say the least. The jaw-dropping architecture of the temples of Bali is always on the wish list of every photographer. Balinese temples are constructed in such a way that they become an open place of worship, surrounded by intricately designed gates or walls.


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