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Pura Luhur Tanah Lot Temple – A 16th century temple, built atop a large rock surrounded by the sea.  Tanah Lot is regarded as one of Bali’s most important sea temples and is guarded by many poisonous sea snakes that live around the rocky island. 

Uluwatu Temple - Built on a cliff top 250m above the sea, the Ulwatu Temple is dedicated to the spirits of the sea.  A skillfully crafted structure, created from black coral rock, the Ulwatu Temple is visited by many tourists every year.

Rice Terraces – Rice paddies can be found throughout Bali.  Enjoy a walk though the luscious tropical landscapes of Bali and see some of the amazing rice terraces and beautiful scenery in the likes of Ubud and Tegallalang.

Batur Volcano – A must see on any Bali holiday is the magnificent Batur Volcano.  Visit Kintamani Village and look up at the still active Mount Batur and its 8km crater lake.

Garuda Wisnu Kencana – One of Bali’s most popular tourist attractions is the Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park. Set atop a limestone cliff, the Monuments here depict Vishnu and the mythical bird Garuda.  There is also an amphitheatre which features frequent cultural events and performances.

Bali Safari and Marine Park – A trip to the Safair & Marine Park is one the whole family can enjoy.  Witness over 60 exotic species of wildlife on display, Elephant shows, petting areas and souvenir shops then top it off with some fun in the water park.

Elephant Safari Park – Located just North of Ubud, you will find the Elephant Safari Park.  At the park, visitors are welcome to enjoy a more up close view of the Elephants and even enjoy a sightseeing tour riding upon the back of these jungle giants.

Bali Botanical Garden – Fans of the tropical flora that can be found on the Indonesian islands like Bali will love the Botanical Gardens.  Home to in excess of 2000 species of plants, flowers and trees, set amidst 389 acres of landscaped gardens.

Kecak Dance – Kecak is a theatrical dance that originated in the 1930s.  It is regularly performed by large groups of men and depicts the Ramayana, where the Monkey-like Varna aided Prince Rama to fight off the evil King Ravana

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Besakih Temple – Known to many as the ‘Mother Temple of Bali’, Besakih Temple is dated at over 1000 years old.  A complex of 18 sanctuaries aligned to different groups, with the three main temples dedicated to the gods Shiva, Brahma and Vishnu. This beautiful complex is a must see tourist attraction.

Spa Facilities – Across Bali, there are plenty of luxurious spa facilities for you to take advantage of.  The beautiful surroundings make it easy to relax and enjoy a range of Balinese massages, therapies, saunas and steam treatments.

Sea Walker Tour – Explore the depths in a new way.  The Sea Walker tour isn’t like diving or snorkeling, the special space age helmets allows you to visit the sea bed up to a depth of 15m and walk amongst the marine life.

Cruises & Sailing – Take to the waters and see more of Bali and its surrounding bays.  Cruises are the perfect way to see this tropical paradise from the Island and many charters are available.  Enjoy a sunset cruise and a romantic meal against this backdrop or venture out through the day and enjoy a spot of snorkeling when you stop.

Cycling – A great way to see the island and very eco-friendly.  A leisurely ride around the islands resort can afford stunning views of the landscapes.  Cycle tours through the mountain regions and small villages are also available.

Jungle Treks – From the back of one of the giants of the jungle, the Elephant, you can witness all the tropical landscapes, waterfalls, hills and rivers that Bali has to offer.

White Water Rafting – For a Bali holiday with an adrenaline boost, white water rafting is available.  Not only will you see many serene views and picturesque scenes as you depart, but you will enjoy a thrilling boat ride on your return.

Watersports – Warm weather and clear waters make the perfect conditions for some exciting water sports.  Enjoy the thrills and spills of speedboat rides, canoeing, parasailing, waterskiing, windsurfing and jetskiing.

Golf - Bali features several courses to indulge the Golf enthusiasts.  9- and 18-hole championship courses can be found, including courses designed by golfing legends Jack Nicklaus and Greg Norman.

Scuba Diving – There are plenty of dive sites and schools across Bali, catering for divers of all skills.  Beginners and more experienced divers will love the magnificent array of colourful marine life and coral reefs that dwell in the warm waters.

Balinese Cookery Course – Indulge in the secrets of Balinese cuisine with a course at one of the restaurants in Ubud. Starting early, you’ll be taken around the markets to buy fresh ingredients then shown how to expertly prepare some fantastic dishes.  A great holiday souvenir