Singaraja

The original capital of Bali, Singaraja is right on the sea, and its harbour has been key to local development. A bustling center of local commerce, its people are noisy, open, and friendly, and reflect their local climate. Read more » Singaraja

Bali for The World

Some peaceful places you need to visit …

Badung

The Regency of Badung, which is located between 08 degrees south latitude and 115 degrees east longitude, is shaped like “keris”, a traditional sword in Bali. The Regency, which has only 418.52 square kilometers of land, is divided into six districts (kecamatan), 40 administrative villages (desa dinas and kelurahan), and as many as 117 traditional villages (desa adat). Read more » Bali for The World

Buleleng

This regency sprawls over the full length of Bali’s north coast. It is hot, dry, and fringed with black sand beaches and coconut palms. It meet Karangasem in the northeast coast into the untouched jungle territory of Bali’s National Park, on the west end of the island. Read more » Buleleng

Gitgit Waterfall

To the south of Singaraja is Gitgit Waterfall, Bali’s highest waterfall. This beautiful wilderness area is a must for nature lovers who want to get away from the bustle of the larger towns. This is a perfect place to take photographs of Bali’s magical scenery. Read more » Gitgit Waterfall

Yeh Saneh

A little further east on the coast is Yeh Saneh, an idyllic spot that few people know about. Only a few meters from the splash of the surf is a cool freshwater spring around which has been built a large pool and gardens for bathers and picnickers. Read more » Yeh Saneh