I skipped Bali on my first trip to Indonesia expecting it would be too touristic for my taste.

Fast forward many years, after visiting all ASEAN countries, I arrived in Bali to finally check it off my travel bucketlist in Southeast Asia. Yes, tourism in Bali is very developed. Fortunately, the island is big enough (the World’s 108th biggest island by land area, in fact) to easily get away from the crowds.

Bali is a destination everyone can enjoy. It has gorgeous 5-star resorts, rich distinctive culture, sacred temples & architecture, sandy beaches, surf-worthy waves, lively nightlife, mountain views, volcano trekking, exciting shopping etc. Not to mention, it’s also the gateway to the vast far east islands of Indonesia.

Traveling to Bali for the first time? This detailed travel guide will make it easy for you to plan a trip, save money, and maximize your time.

Scroll down to read must-know travel tips before you go, followed by a sample itinerary + budget breakdown , recommended hotels/places to stay , things to do/places to visit and lots of extra travel tips.

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How to get to Bali — Touchdown at Bali-Ngurah Rai International Airport, Indonesia’s 3rd busiest airport. The airport is located beside the main tourist areas: Kuta, Jimbaran, Legian & Seminyak. By air, Bali is also popularly reached via Singapore, Kuala Lumpur & Jakarta.

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Best time to visit Bali — Go during the dry season from April and September. July & August are the peak tourist months. A visit during the shoulder months of April, May, June, and September offers a high chance of sunny skies and warm weather, but with fewer crowds.

Book your hotel early — The top places to stay in Bali for short trips & first-timers are Kuta, Ubud, Seminyak & Legian. Grab rock-bottom rates and avoid fully-booked rooms by booking online as soon as you know you’re going. Click below to compare discounts and read reviews by other travelers.

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Check prices online and pre-book discounts — Save money by checking discounts on tours, airport/city transfers & sim card/WiFi hotspots. Booking before you leave also saves you time by avoiding the hassles of bringing large amounts of cash & exchanging currency/money during your actual trip.

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How many days in Bali? — For sightseeing trips, I recommend at least 3 full days to visit the main temples & cultural attractions. Bali is a big island with a wealth of interesting spots. It’s easy to fill up a week-long itinerary with exciting things to do, so plan a longer trip if you want to explore different parts of the island.

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Bali Itinerary

What to do in Bali in 4 days? Here’s a 4 days & 3 nights (4D3N) itinerary for your do-it-yourself (DIY) trip.

It’s suited for first-time visitors who want to see the top cultural attractions of Bali. This itinerary includes two full days sightseeing in South & Central Bali, plus one full day trip to stunning Nusa Penida Island.

Feel free to tweak the activities & timings below based on your traveling style, schedule & attractions that interest you the most.

Day 1: West Central Bali

Time Activity

Flight to Bali

08:00 am

Bali-Ngurah Rai International Airport Arrival

08:30 am

Airport to Bali hotel transfer

09:00 am

Bali hotel check-in

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10:00 am

Hotel pick-up for Bali car charter / inland tour

Jatiluwih Rice Terraces (optional)

12:30 pm

Ulun Danu Beratan Temple

03:00 pm

Taman Ayun Temple

05:00 pm

Tanah Lot Temple

Day 2: Nusa Penida Island

Time Activity
08:00 am

Hotel pick-up for Nusa Penida full day tour

09:00 am

Sanur Beach, Bali to Nusa Penida ferry

11:00 am

Kelingking Beach

12:30 pm

Broken Beach & Angel’s Billabong

01:30 pm

Crystal Bay

04:00 pm

Nusa Penida to Sanur ferry

06:00 pm

Sunset in Kuta, Legian or Seminyak

Day 3: Ubud & Uluwatu

Time Activity
09:00 am

Hotel pick-up for Day 3: Ubud & Uluwatu tour

11:00 am

Pura Tirta Empul Temple

12:30 am

Tegalalang Rice Terraces

02:00 pm

Monkey Forest Ubud

03:00 pm

Departure from Ubud

05:00 pm

Uluwatu Temple

06:00 pm

Kecak Fire Dance at Uluwatu Temple

07:30 pm

Dinner at Jimbaran Beach (optional)

Day 4: Return or Onward Flight

Time Activity
05:00 am

Hotel to Bali airport transfer

05:30 am

Bali airport & flight-check-in

The return flight above is scheduled early morning of the 4th day, suited for travelers flying with Cebu Pacific from Manila to Bali.

If you want to maximize your trip, I suggest you book an evening flight (with another airline) instead so that you can enjoy your last day relaxing at the beach/hotel or doing more sightseeing.

Bali Budget

Your travel expenses will largely depend on your traveling style and how much you plan to spend on activities, accommodations & food. To help you set your own budget, here are budget estimates if you follow the 4 days and 3 nights (4D3N) itinerary posted above. Make sure to review all discounts & online booking prices.

Prices below are ‘per person’, calculated based on a group of 2 people sharing the travel expenses.

Transport expenses breakdown
IDR 90,000 Airport private car transfer — Price online is IDR 90,000 one-way per car x 2 = IDR 180,000 / 2 people.Pre-book here
Activities/attraction costs breakdown
IDR 448,000 Private car whole-day charter — Price online is IDR 448,000 per car per day x 2 days = IDR 896,000 / 2 peoplePre-book here
IDR 1,320,000 Nusa Penida full day tour — Per person price online. Includes round-trip fast boat ticket to Nusa Penida, transport within Nusa Penida, localhost/driver & hotel pick up/drop offPre-book here
IDR 50,000 Ulun Danu Beratan — Entrance fee per person.
IDR 20,000 Taman Ayun Temple — Entrance fee per person.
IDR 60,000 Tanah Lot Temple — Entrance fee per person.
IDR 15,000 Pura Tirta Empul Temple — Entrance fee per person.
IDR 20,000 Tegalalang Rice Terraces — Entrance fee per person.
IDR 40,000 Monkey Forest Ubud — Entrance fee per person.
IDR 40,000 Uluwatu Temple — Entrance fee per person.
IDR 100,000 Kecak Fire Dance show at Uluwatu Temple — Entrance fee per person.
Budget Trip – Backpacker expenses
IDR 90,000 Transport — Round-trip airport transfers / 2 people.
IDR 450,000 Accommodations — 3 nights in a budget hotel. IDR 300,000 per night x 3 nights = IDR 900,000 / 2 people.
IDR 600,000 Food — Budget meals (IDR 200,000 per person per day) x 3 days.
IDR 1,140,000 Sub-total — Including accommodations, food & transport. Excluding attractions/activities & flights. Approximately PHP 4,218 / USD 82 / SGD 108. Or, a daily budget of IDR 285,000 / PHP 1,055 / USD 21 / SGD 27.
IDR 2,113,000 Activities — Admission tickets/entrance fee on selected attractions above, Nusa Penida tour & 2 days private car charter. Excludes parking fee at the attractions.
IDR 3,253,000 Total — Including activities & 4 days expenses above. Approximately PHP 12,036 / USD 234 / SGD 309. Or, a daily budget of IDR 813,250 / PHP 3,009 / USD 59 / SGD 77.
Other expenses
IDR 41,745 Indonesia 4G pocket WiFi hotspot — Per day price onlinePre-book here
IDR 110,000 Indonesia 3G/4G local SIM cardPre-book here

Where to Stay in Bali

Stay in Kuta, Legian or Seminyak if you’re looking for a beachfront hotel near the airport & a convenient location for touring around Bali’s top attractions. Kuta is the prime nightlife, shopping & tourist area. Seminyak offers a more relaxed & upscale vibe. Meanwhile, Legian sits in the middle.

Ubud in Central Bali is another area to consider if you want to get away from the beach/party scene & focus more on the cultural or natural sights of the island.

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Top-rated places to stay in Bali

Alila Seminyak

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Komaneka at Rasa Sayang Ubud

Splurge / Ubud

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Kayuni Hostel

Budget Backpacker / Ubud

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M Boutique Hostel

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Where to book

Book your room through these trusted booking sites. I use them frequently to grab rock-bottom prices & enjoy convenient bookings. Click below to confirm the lowest prices:

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Book sooner rather than later if you already have your dates set. Cheaper-priced rooms and hotels with high reviews tend to get fully booked faster, especially during busy days like weekends, holidays & peak tourist seasons.

Bali Travel Tips Before You Go

How to get to Bali

Do I need a visa to visit Bali, Indonesia?

Indonesia tourist visa for Filipinos

Philippines-Manila to Bali

How to get around Bali?

Getting from the airport to Bali center

What currency to carry when traveling to Indonesia?

Exchanging Philippine Peso to Indonesian Rupiah

How to book cheap flights to Bali?

Useful travel apps & websites for Bali

How to get mobile internet in Bali?

Should I book my Bali hotel online?

Pre-book your Bali tours & attraction tickets online

How to get to Bali

Bali is easily reached by flying to Bali-Ngurah Rai International Airport, Indonesia’s 3rd busiest airport. You can fly direct from major cities in Southeast Asia, East Asia & Australia, as well as select cities in the Middle East & Europe.

Ferries connect Bali to the islands of Lombok and Java, making it possible to travel to Bali from Jakarta, Yogyakarta & Surabaya etc. on land and sea connections.

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Do I need a visa to visit Bali, Indonesia?

Citizens of 168 countries and territories may enter Indonesia without a visa for tourism/transit purposes. Tourists can stay for a maximum of 30 days.

Countries that enjoy visa-free entry to Indonesia include The Philippines, Singapore, Malaysia, United States, United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, EU Member States… Visit this Wikipedia page for a comprehensive list of countries with visa-free access.

For a hassle-free trip, make sure that you are able to provide the following typical requirements at the immigration checkpoint:

Valid passport not expiring within 6 months.

Confirmed flight ticket/s back to your home country or onward destination that you are allowed to enter.

Evidence that you have sufficient funds to cover the entire duration of your visit.

Proof of accommodation — Hotel reservations or letter of invitation from your friend/family residing in Bali.

Evidence that you are visiting for travel or holiday purposes only.

Remember to always check for changes in the visa policy of any country that you want to visit. You can find official visa information at the Imigrasi Indonesia website.

Indonesia tourist visa for Filipinos

Filipinos/Pinoy tourists do not need a visa to enter Indonesia granting the purpose is tourism or transit. Philippine passport holders get a maximum stay of 30 days.

Simply show up at the immigration checkpoint and get your passport stamped.

Keep in mind that all countries have the right to refuse entry to any person even if they are eligible for the free tourist visa or have a valid visa on hand at the border.

At the very least, have these on hand at the immigration checkpoint: Return/onward ticket, hotel reservations & tours/attraction tickets that you have pre-booked online.

These documents will help to convince immigration officers that you are really are visiting as a tourist, NOT for work, and you are able to fund the entire duration of your trip.

Philippines-Manila to Bali

From Manila, direct flights to Bali are operated by Cebu Pacific, Philippine Airlines & AirAsia. Travel time from Manila to Bali by flight is around 4 hours.

For more options, try searching flight connections via Jakarta, Singapore, or Kuala Lumpur.

There is no time zone difference between The Philippines and Bali.

How to get around Bali?

The entire island of Bali does not have a convenient public transport system. The best way to get around the main sights is by arranging your own transport or joining a group tour.

To travel between the main tourist/urban areas in Kuta, Legian, Seminyak, Ubud, Sanur, Nusa Dua etc., you can go by taxi, Grab/GO-JEK, tourist shuttle, or by local transport, which includes ojek (motorcycle taxi) or bemo (shared minivan).

Private car charter

This is the best way to get around the island. Full-day charters are very affordable costing only IDR 448,000 / PHP 1,655 / USD 32. The price includes up to 10 hours full day private car rental, fuel & driver fees. Each car can seat 5 people (or more depending on your choice of vehicle).

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Grab and GO-JEK

Grab and GO-JEK are the most popular ride-hailing apps in Bali. Use the app to enjoy affordable and convenient rides around the main tourist areas.

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How to get Grab fare estimates in Bali

This is very useful if you want to make a pre-trip budget plan.

STEP 1: Open the Grab app on your phone (use the links above to download).

STEP 2: Tap on the “Enter pick-up point” searchbox. Then, “Select location from map”.

STEP 3: Manually locate Kuta/Legian/Seminyak/Ubud/Sanur/Nusa Dua on the map. It’s a bit of an effort but don’t worry, you only have to do this once.

STEP 4: Choose the pick-up and drop-off points.

Tourist Shuttle

For transport between the different tourist areas in Bali. Getting from Kuta to Ubud, for example, an excellent way to go is by booking transfers with Perama Tour & Travel, which serves a wide range of destinations in Bali. Their service is affordable and quite reliable.

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For transfers between Kuta, Legian, Seminyak, Jimbaran, Nusa Dua, Sanur & Ubus, check out the Kura-Kura Bus. The one-way fare starts at IDR 20,000 per person. They also sell 1-Day, 3-Day and 7-Day passes (unlimited rides) for IDR 100,000 / IDR 150,000 / IDR 250,000 respectively.

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Getting from the airport to Bali center

Located on the west coast of South Bali, the airport sits between Kuta and Jimbaran. Despite the short 5-7 km drive to most hotels in Kuta, travel time usually takes 15 minutes or up to 30 minutes because of heavy traffic. To Legian or Seminyak, travel time is usually 30 minutes to 1 hour. To Ubud, travel time is around 1 hour and 30 minutes.

The most convenient transport from the airport to the main hotel areas/tourist centers is by taxi, private car transfer or Grab/GO-JEK (ride-hailing apps). If you are traveling light, you can also get an OJEK (motorcycle taxi with driver).

By private car charter — Enjoy hassle-free transfers with hotel drop-off/pick-up, refreshing towel and mineral water included. The one-way price to Kuta starts at IDR 90,000 per car (seats up to 4 people). To Legian, Seminyak, Kerobokan or Sanur, the price is IDR 146,000. To Ubud or Tanah Lot, the price is IDR 224,000.

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By taxi — Fixed fares are posted on the ticket counter found at the domestic and international terminals. The taxi fare to Kuta costs IDR 80,000 per way.

By public transport — The public bus service, Trans Sarbagita, is the only bus company allowed to enter the airport. There are 3 routes that operate at the airport. Unforutnately, none of them are convenient because they stop at major road and intersections, away from the main hotel areas. Here are the bus routes: Airport-Tabanan (Fare: IDR 7,000 per person); Airport-Nusa Dua (Fare: IDR 3,500 per person); Airport-Batubulan (Fare: IDR 3,500 per person).

What currency to carry when traveling to Indonesia?

Indonesian Rupiah (abbreviated as IDR or Rp) is the official currency of Indonesia. Thus, you’ll need Indonesian Rupiah for your expenses in Bali. You should be able to change your USD, GBP, EUR, AUD, CAD, SGD, MYR & other major currencies easily at most banks/money exchange stalls. Try to avoid changing huge sums at the airport because branches found in the city usually offer more favorable rates.

Better yet, withdraw IDR bills at an ATM when you arrive in Indonesia. I use my ATM card a lot when I travel because it’s way more convenient than to worry about what currency to bring and exchange. Because banks charge a fee (usually USD 5 or more) per withdrawal, I make sure to withdraw large amounts instead of doing multiple smaller transactions.

A great way to minimize bringing/exchanging cash is by using a credit card and pre-booking hotels, tours, transport etc. online. I opt to pay in my home currency, if available. That way, I know exactly how much is charged to my account.

Exchanging Philippine Peso to Indonesian Rupiah

You can get the best rates by withdrawing from ATMs or finding a way to exchange your pesos to Indonesian Rupiah before leaving the Philippines. Try to avoid carrying large sums of Philippine Pesos when traveling abroad. According to BSP rules, a person may only bring out a maximum of PHP 10,000.

Another option is to bring USD or any major currency instead.

Remember to check if your bank requires you to activate your card for international withdrawals. Your card might be useless otherwise. For example, Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) requires me to call their 24-hour hotline to activate my Cirrus ATM card before I travel abroad. On the other hand, My Unionbank debit cards (Visa and Mastercard) does not need activation to withdraw money abroad.

How to book cheap flights to Bali?

If you are flying to Bali within the next 2-3 months, the general rule to spend less on flights is by booking sooner rather than later. In case you are booking well ahead of your trip, keep a lookout for airline promo fares & seat sales.

The easy way to find cheap flights that you can book right now is to use flight search engines. These sites compare prices on different airlines to show you the cheapest prices. Check multiple flight search engines listed below:

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Useful travel apps & websites for Bali

Google Maps — Remember to download the offline maps before you go to access the map even if you don’t have mobile data.

Use the directions feature if you plan to get around Bali on your own. I love this feature because I often like to wander around places that I visit & see the sights on foot. It only works online, so you will need internet access.

Maps.me — Excellent Google Maps alternative that automatically saves offline maps.

Grab & GO-JEK — I use these reliable ride-hailing apps frequently as an alternative to taking the taxi. To see the fare estimates, click below to install the apps on your phone & manually set the location to in Bali. Take note of the prices displayed for your pre-trip budget plan.

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12go.asia — Handy for checking fares on buses, trains, ferries & other transport in Asia. Purchase tickets online to avoid fully-booked seats.

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For more routes/operators, check fares on Easybook as well.

XE Currency — Free & easy currency converter.

Google Translate — Very useful when communicating with locals who do not understand/speak English.

Agoda & Booking.com — My go-to for convenient hotel bookings & cheap rates. For home/apartment rentals, check listings on Airbnb.

Skyscanner & Momondo — These top flight search apps make it super easy to compare airfares from multiple airlines. Download the app & sign-up to the price alerts for updates on cheap flights.

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TripAdvisor — Great for restaurant reviews & recommendations. One of the features that I use often is the “cheap eats” filter & the map view.

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How to get mobile internet in Bali?

Stay connected online by purchasing a local prepaid SIM card, renting a pocket WiFi hotspot or getting a roaming data plan from your current telcom provider.

Having mobile internet not only makes it possible to share your travel moments instantly, you can also travel better by having access to all your favorite travel apps.

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Should I book my Bali hotel online?

Book your stay sooner rather than later if you already have your dates set. Cheaper-priced rooms tend to get fully-booked faster, especially during busy days like weekends, holidays & peak tourist seasons.

I frequently book my stay with the sites below to grab rock-bottom prices & enjoy hassle-free trips. Click below to see today’s lowest prices.

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Having hotel reservations is very important when traveling abroad because immigration officers often require tourists to provide the address of their accommodation. Here top reasons why I prefer to book online & why you should too:

Wide selection of hotels/hostels.

Often cheaper prices than walk-in rates. Earn rewards points for every booking. The more you book, the more you earn!

Trusted by millions of travelers. Read reviews from actual staying guests.

Instant confirmation and free cancellation on most properties.

Pay in your home currency. Worry less about bringing cash/exchanging currencies. Convenient & secure payment by credit card or Paypal.

Fast customer support.

Pre-book your Bali tours & attraction tickets online

I often book online to enjoy discounts and cashless convenience during my actual trip. Always check prices of tours and attraction tickets on these booking sites:

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Prices are often cheaper than booking on-site. Huge discounts on many activities.

Maximize your trip! Avoid wasting time queueing at ticket booths & shopping for tours.

Get a good idea what to expect. Knowing all the inclusions/non-inclusions & reading user reviews is very helpful to make an informed decision.

Earn rewards points for every booking.

Pay in your home currency. Worry less about bringing cash/exchanging currencies.

If you’re booking tours and you’ve already finalized your travel dates, book early, especially if you are traveling with family/friends to lock-in those open slots for everyone in your group.

Places to Visit in Bali + Things To Do

Check out these top tourist spots, best places to visit & things to do in Bali.

1. Uluwatu Temple

2. Tanah Lot Temple

3. Nusa Penida Island

4. Kuta Beach

5. Seminyak Beach

6. Legian Beach

7. Sanur Beach

9. Pura Tirta Empul Temple

10. Gunung Kawi temple

11. Tegalalang Rice Terraces

12. Ubud Monkey Forest

13. Goa Gajah (Elephant Cave)

14. Ubud Town Center

15. Ulun Danu Beratan Temple

16. Jatiluwih Rice Terraces

17. Taman Ayun Temple

18. Alas Kedaton Monkey Forest

19. Tirta Gangga Water Palace

20. Taman Ujung Water Palace

1. Uluwatu Temple

Admission/Entrance fee: IDR 40,000

Opening hours: 9 am to 6 pm
Address: Jalan Raya Uluwatu, Pecatu, South Kuta, Badung Regency, Bali

Kecak Fire Dance Show at Uluwatu Temple

Admission/Entrance fee: IDR 100,000 / person
Schedule: 6 pm to 7 pm

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2. Tanah Lot Temple

Admission/Entrance fee: IDR 60,000

Opening hours: 7 am to 7 pm
Address: Beraban, Kediri, Tabanan Regency, Bali 8217, Indonesia

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3. Nusa Penida Island

Address: Klungkung Regency, Bali, Indonesia. Located off the southeast coast of Bali mainland.

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4. Kuta Beach

Admission/Entrance fee: Free (public beach)

Address: Kuta, Badung Regency, Bali

5. Seminyak Beach

Admission/Entrance fee: Free (public beach)

Address: Address: Kuta, Badung Regency, Bali

6. Legian Beach

Admission/Entrance fee: Free (public beach)

Address: Kuta, Badung Regency, Bali

7. Sanur Beach

Admission/Entrance fee: Free (public beach)

Address: East coast of Denpasar, Bali.

9. Pura Tirta Empul Temple

Admission/Entrance fee: IDR 15,000

Opening hours: 7 am to 5 pm
Address: Jalan Tirta, Manukaya, Tampaksiring, Manukaya, Tampaksiring, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80552

10. Gunung Kawi temple

Admission/Entrance fee: IDR 15,000

Opening hours: 8 am to 6 pm
Address: Banjar Penaka, Manukaya, Tampaksiring, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80552

11. Tegalalang Rice Terraces

Admission/Entrance fee: IDR 20,000

Opening hours: 7 am to 7 pm
Address: Jalan Tegallalang, Tegallalang, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80561

12. Ubud Monkey Forest

Admission/Entrance fee: IDR 40,000

Opening hours: 8:30 am to 6 pm
Address: Jalan Monkey Forest, Ubud, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80571

13. Goa Gajah (Elephant Cave)

Admission/Entrance fee: IDR 15,000

Opening hours: 8 am to 5 pm
Address: Ubud, Bali

14. Ubud Town Center

Saraswati Temple admission/Entrance fee: Free

15. Ulun Danu Beratan Temple

Admission/Entrance fee: IDR 50,000

Opening hours: 5 am to 7 pm
Address: Danau Beratan, Candikuning, Baturiti, Tabanan Regency, Bali 82191

16. Jatiluwih Rice Terraces

Admission/Entrance fee: IDR 40,000

Opening hours: 8:30 am to 6 pm
Address: Jalan Jatiluwih No.Desa, Jatiluwih, Penebel, Kabupaten Tabanan, Bali 82152

17. Taman Ayun Temple

Admission/Entrance fee: IDR 20,000

Opening hours: 9 am to 4 pm
Address: Jalan Ayodya No.10, Mengwi, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80351

18. Alas Kedaton Monkey Forest

Admission/Entrance fee: IDR 40,000

Opening hours: 8 am to 7 pm
Address: Jalan Raya Alas Kedaton, Kukuh, Kec. Tabanan, Kabupaten Tabanan, Bali 82121

19. Tirta Gangga Water Palace

Admission/Entrance fee: IDR 20,000

Opening hours: 6 am to 6 pm
Address: Jalan Abang – Amlapura, Ababi, Abang, Kabupaten Karangasem, Bali 80852

20. Taman Ujung Water Palace

Admission/Entrance fee: IDR 35,000

Opening hours: 8 am to 5 pm
Address: Taman Ujung, Tumbu, Kec. Karangasem, Kabupaten Karangasem, Bali 80811

Where to go near Bali

1. Gili Islands

2. Lombok

3. Mount Rinjani

4. Mount Ijen

5. Komodo Islands

1. Gili Islands

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4. Mount Ijen

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5. Komodo Islands

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