Bali Island is a small tropical island and a part of the Indonesian archipelago. There is something about the island's picturesque landscape and unique culture that makes it stand out from the others. Additionally, it is located in a tropical location, such as Dream Island, where you can spend a vacation.

Bali Island has many places of interest such as rice paddies, stunning panoramas, volcanoes, tourism activities as well as attractions. In addition, it also has a beautiful jungle, long sandy beaches, warm blue water, crashing surf and friendly people. You can also see daily community traditions that make your holiday unforgettable.

Here are the most beautiful places you need to visit

1. Kuta Beach

Once a sleepy fishing village, Kuta gained fame as a hot spot for surfing during the 1970s, and it has remained Bali’s premier vacation destination ever since. Located on the southern point of the island in the village of Kelurahan, the long, broad stretch of sand is one of the best-maintained and most scenic beaches on the island. Known for its active nightlife, the southern section of the beach is usually crowded, day or night. A short stroll to the north end of the beach, however, offers visitors a quiet sense of solitude.

2. Lovina

The beach is still clean and lovely. When you visit, you can use the jetty that extends to take interesting photos and get a closer look at the ocean. Wild dolphins cruising the coast every morning are really a famous sight in Lovina. You have the opportunity to interact with these magnificent creatures while on a traditional fishing boat.

The captain has a great deal of experience, avoids the crowd and avoids chasing or disturbing the animals. It guarantees a peaceful interaction with the dolphins. You must be prepared the night before and pay a reasonable boat rental fee if we want to view it. You have nothing to lose if you witness a large group of these cutie animals.

3. Ubud

Perched among the terraced rice fields that climb up the foothills of Bali’s central mountains, Ubud is considered the island’s cultural heart. Ubud is home to the island’s most important museums, including the Neka Art Museum with its expansive collection of Balinese paintings. There are dance and music performances every day throughout the city as well as numerous art galleries and craft shops to explore.

Although Ubud has long been valued as a great place to learn about Balinese culture, tourism in Ubud boomed exponentially after it was featured in the book and movie “Eat, Pray, Love.” Fortunately, it only takes a short walk or bicycle ride to escape from the crowds and commercialism. Ubud is surrounded by gently rolling rice paddies which create a beautiful impression of greenness.


  • Denpasar: The administrative center of the island but not a major tourist destination
  • Kuta, Legian, Seminyak: The most tourist area in Bali with lots of shopping and nightlife places.
  • Nusa Dua, Jimbaran: Seaside and high-end resorts. Often used for national/international events.
  • Amed: Peaceful and traditional villages with black sand beaches and coral reefs. Popular places for diving.
  • Bedugul, Kintamani: Located in the foothills, the center of art and dance, mountain scenery, lakes, and rice field.
  • West Bali National Park: Trekking, bird watching, and diving in Bali's only substantial natural protected area.