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Bali, a popular Indonesian island, entices tourists with its magnificent temples, historical sites, and natural beauty. Over a period of time, the destination has developed itself in such a manner that it somewhat caters to the whims and fancies of most visitors. This may be one of the key reasons why roughly 3.76 million tourists visited this place in 2014. If you also plan to visit the destination, do try out our recommendations.

 
Things-to-Do-in-Bali

Turn Spiritual at the Tanah Lot Temple

An important landmark famous for its off-shore settings and spectacular sunset, Tanah Lot is a Hindu shrine situated on a rock in the sea. It has been built to worship the God of Sea for granting prosperity and balance of the sea and the earth. According to a famous legend, this temple is protected by sea snakes. Photography enthusiasts should come to this location at dusk to capture some good moments.

 

Taste the Finger-licking Local Dishes

Foodies must taste the delicious preparations such as Sate, Nasi Ayam and Nasi Campur, Bebek and Ayam Betutu, Babi Guling, and Lawar. These dishes are truly flavoursome and unique. Furthermore, a number of top-notch restaurants serve delectable cuisines. Check the opening and closing times online before heading to these venues.

 

Surf on Kuta Beach

Kuta Beach is a lovely white beach with spectacular waves. Surfers can show off their skills as the water is perfect for the sport. The best time for surfing is the dry season as the water flows from the southeast to the west, thereby creating good waves. There are over two surfing spots. Kuta Beach is well-equipped with public facilities.

 

Watch Kecak Dance in Puri Dalem Taman Kaja Temple

Kecak Dance is a type of Balinese dance and music drama, which came into existence in the 1930s. Based on the famous Hindu epic of Ramayana, it is mostly performed by men. Women started participating since 2006. The performance is held in the courtyard of the Puri Dalem Taman Kaja Temple where spectators sit on either side of the premises. Fun Fact: In Kecak Dance, no instrument is used during the presentation.

 

Get Drenched at Waterbom Bali

Described in the official website as an ‘oasis in the middle of the famous Kuta stretch’, the Waterbom Bali has several first-rate rides and attractions, offering hours of fun and entertainment to everyone. The slides and rides have been built strictly as per international standards and are also maintained similarly. There are dining outlets and a swim-up bar too. The Waterbom Bali is open from 9 AM to 6 PM daily.

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