This area was once a poor fishing village with a black history of lepers and magic practitioners. Soon after, Kuta began to provide what visitors wanted and now that area has become a key point on the route from India through Southeast Asia to Australia Read more » Kuta

Tanah Wuuk

Is a beautiful river valley of “Tukad Penet”, just 2 kilometers north of the Sangeh holy monkey forest. Its location is off the main road, hidden behind rice fiels, and is a very quiet and private place to enjoy the pristine nature. Read more » Tanah Wuuk

Tanjung Benoa

Located north of Nusa Dua, this is a beautiful white sand beach area where visitors can enjoy many types of water recreation and sport such as snorkeling, parasailing, diving, boating, sailing, glass bottom boating and more. This area is an extension of Nusa Dua Resort, with easy access to its luxurious hotels and other tourism facilities. Read more » Tanjung Benoa

Traditional Village of Baha

The population here is dominated by workers and the traditional farming community who own wide rice fields, and by the “Subak” organization that mainly functions to regulate water distribution for irrigation. The uniformity of the typical entrance gates of the family compounds combined with the traditional housing structures present a charming appearance for the village. Read more » Traditional Village of Baha

Taman Ayun

“Taman Ayun” means beautiful garden, located in the villlage of Mengwi, 18 km west of Denpasar, is indeed one of Bali’s most picturesque temples. The King of Mengwi, I Gusti Agung Anom, built its stately proportioned courtyards and large surrounding moat in the year 1634. Containing both the Royal family ancestral shrines and the storied Meru Shrines to the major deities, Taman Ayun became the main temple for the ancient kindom of Mengwi. Read more » Taman Ayun

Bali Reptile Park

Located in Mengwi, the park covers more than 2 hectars of land which hosts many endangered species such as the Komodo Dragon, many kinds of crocodiles, cobra snakes and pythons, and various lizards. Apart from reptiles, this park also presents “Debus” trance dances and the amazing crocodile tamer versus the crocodile fighting demonstartions. Read more » Bali Reptile Park

Deluang Sari Turtle Farm

This farm’s goal is to promote the survival of the green turtles, which are an endangered species. The farm is located next to Tanjung Benoa, near Nusa Dua and Jimbaran Bay. The shy turtles are kept in bamboo fences, so that they are safe from poachers. People are now encouraged not to kill the turtles for food, in order to ensure the survival of these creatures. Read more » Deluang Sari Turtle Farm

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