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Unique landscapes, different cultural influences and gorgeous beaches – all this is Bali. The Indonesian island has enjoyed unbroken popularity among tourists worldwide for several years. To ensure that the next vacation is a complete […]

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Wedding proposals in Bali

Bali is not only known for the classic vacation and its cultural distinctiveness. Bali is often also the symbol of romance. It is not for nothing that there are many honeymooners in Bali. We show […]

Bali Massage

Balinese massage

This type of massage, originating from Bali, combines various Far Eastern healing arts. Traditional full body massage involves mainly stroking and kneading with the palms, fingers and even the forearms. Depending on the patient, joints […]

Bali Opfergaben

Offerings in Bali

Have you ever walked down a street in Bali and seen an attractive little square woven basket made of banana leaves and filled with flowers? Or, while visiting a temple, did you see how Balinese […]

Bali Cities - Villages


The tourist resort of Kintamani is one of the most popular tourist attractions on the island of Bali. Every day Kintamani is busy with more and more tourist visits, both Indonesian and foreign tourists. Are […]

Uluwatu Tempel
Bali temples

Pura Uluwatu Temple (Pura Luhur)

Uluwatu Temple is a sea temple located on the southwestern coast of Bali. Pronounced in Balinese, the temple is called Pura Luhur Uluwatu. Due to its Hindu religious background, it is one of the most […]

Sights in Bali

Jimbaran fish market

Discover culinary delights at Jimbaran Fish Market Squid, lobster, shrimp and numerous fresh catch fish – discover the diversity of Bali at one of the most famous fish markets on the island. From a preparation […]

Sights in Bali

Jimbaran fish market

Discover culinary delights at Jimbaran Fish Market Squid, lobster, shrimp and numerous fresh catch fish – discover the diversity of Bali at one of the most famous fish markets on the island. From a preparation […]

Sights in Bali

Jimbaran fish market

Discover culinary delights at Jimbaran Fish Market Squid, lobster, shrimp and numerous fresh catch fish – discover the diversity of Bali at one of the most famous fish markets on the island. From a preparation […]

Gitgit Wasserfälle
Sights in Bali

Gitgit Waterfalls (Air Terjun Gitgit)

The Gitgit Waterfalls are a popular destination on the Indonesian island of Bali and are among the most beautiful waterfalls in the country. Among locals, this sight is known as Air Terjun GitGit. Where are […]

Bali Cities - Villages

Tenganan Village (Tenganan Pegeringsingan)

The village of Tenganan – its full name is Tenganan Pegringsingan – on Bali is one of the few villages at all where the culture that was common in this region before the arrival of […]

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Sights in Bali

Hot spring of Banjar – Air Panas Banjar

In Bali there is a unique natural wonder and at the same time a wellness oasis, which is located in the middle of a tropical greenery and a temple complex. The springs of Air Panas […]

Sonnenuntergang in Jimbaran
Bali Cities - Villages

Jimbaran & Jimbaran Beach

Millions of people are attracted year after year to paradisiacal resorts, where the prevailing climatic conditions make it possible to spend fantastic summer vacations. Picturesque beaches and interesting sights are very popular with many summer […]

Bali temples

Pura Tirta Empul Temple

The Pura Tirta Empul is an impressive temple complex consisting of three individual temples and three bathing temples. In Bali, it is one of the 9 state temples and thus symbolizes a significant spring sanctuary. […]

Bali Barat Nationalpark
Bali Cities - Villages

West Bali National Park

(Taman Nasional Bali Barat) Location of West Bali National Park For a parking permit, please contact the park administration: Balai Taman Nasional Bali BaratRaya Cekik-GilimanukKabupaten Jembrana,Bali 82253Indonesia Phone: 0062 365 61060 The West Bali National […]

Parks and National Parks in Bali

Bali Butterfly Park – Taman Kupu-Kupu Bali

For quite some time now, not only relatively close destinations such as the Baltic Sea or the Alps have been particularly popular for a vacation in this country, but also places that are literally located […]

Museums in Bali

Don Antonio Blanco Museum

Location of the Don Antonio Blanco Museum in the small town of Ubud in South Bali. The Don Antonio Blanco Museum is located on the outskirts of the small town of Ubud in the south […]

Parks and National Parks in Bali

Bali Safari & Marine Park

Where is Bali Safari & Marine Park located? Characterized by a pristine forest, Bali Safari & Marine Park is located on a 40-hectare site on a coastal road in Gianyar in the southeast of the […]

Key data for Bali

No matter if short trip, city vacation or cultural trip. Bali offers a variety of offers and adventures for all these types of travel. Therefore, it is sometimes difficult to plan the perfect vacation. This guidebook will help you to choose the best sights, cities, villages and affiliated islands.


Visiting one of the many sights is the ideal way to get to know the Balinese way of life for the first time.


If you are interested in culture and art, a visit to one of Bali’s museums is the perfect choice. The museum “Negeri Propinsi Bali” is located in the old town of Denpasar and exhibits historical as well as cultural artifacts from all over Indonesia.

The “Don Antonio Blanco” Museum, on the other hand, borders the southern small town of Ubud. As the former home of a popular artist, this offers art, culture and a wonderful view.


“The Island of a Thousand Temples” is characterized by countless temples that are open to visitors. The temples find use in the daily life of the Hindu Balinese and play a central role in the religion and culture of Bali.

One of the most impressive of these structures is the “Pura Besakih”. Located on an active volcano, the temple was founded around the 8th century CE and spreads over about 3 square kilometers. The temple city was extended again and again and consists today of more than 200 buildings. This, or any of the countless other temples, could be the highlight of the trip for anyone interested in architecture and the religion of the locals.


Bali offers not only admirable buildings, but also picturesque nature.

The crater lake “Danau Batur”, the “hot spring of Banjar” or the “Campuhan Ridge Walk” in Ubud represent the varied offer of natural sights. Waterfalls, such as the “Sekumpul” waterfall are also included.


For nature lovers, there are also several (national) parks. The bird park “Taman Burung” or the “Sacred Monkey Forest” were founded only a short time ago, but nevertheless belong to Bali’s broad history.

Towns and Villages

Visiting a town or village in Bali is the ideal option if you want to immerse yourself in the lifestyle of the locals and get to know Bali for all its sunny and shady sides.

For a relaxing day, with or without planned stops, visiting Bali’s towns or villages is probably the most enjoyable option. The natural beauty and diversity of “Klintamani” led the place to be one of the most visited villages on the island today. With natural phenomena, rice terraces, coffee plantations, parks and a wide range of flora and fauna, this is no mystery.

Of course, there are also places to choose from that are a bit more remote from the tourist crowds, but still have just as much to offer. Among them “Karangasem”, the paradise on earth. Here you want to find relaxation as well as your inner peace and simply switch off. In addition to a water garden and picturesque nature, the special feature of this place is that you can immerse yourself in the life of the locals and get to know their impressive culture.

Connected islands

If you want to experience a real adventure, then the trip to an island near Bali is highly recommended. Because there are new cultures, magnificent nature and interesting animals to discover.

“Nusa Penida” is one of these islands. With a location 25 km southeast of Bali, it can be reached quickly by boat.
“Nusa Lembongan” is a slightly smaller neighboring island of the already mentioned. Turquoise blue water, white beaches and shining coral reefs characterize the two islands.

But also the “Menjangan Island” should be seen. It is especially popular for snorkeling and diving. The, also called “Island of the deer”, is a nature reserve and therefore untouched and natural. Moreover, from the mainland of Bali it takes only 30-50 minutes to get to this island.


Whether traveling alone, with friends or with the family. No matter if you are interested in culture, art or architecture. No matter if adventurer or looking for relaxation. Bali has a variety of destinations to offer for everyone. With such a variety, it is almost impossible not to have a good time on the Indonesian island.