Nusa Penida bei Lembongan
Taxi Tagestrip Unesco 50$
Von dem ca. 850 m hoch gelegenen Bergdorf Jatiluwih hat man einen wundervollen Blick auf die verschachtelten, kunstvoll angelegten Reisterrassen in die südbalinesische Ebene hinein. Der Blick ist einfach ein Genuß für das Auge - sehr zu empfehlen. Der Ausflug kann sehr schön mit einem Besuch des Tamblinggansee und der hinduistischen Tempelanlage Pura Ulun Danu Braten verbunden werden.
Around 30 minutes driving distance from Ubud, the (UNESCO world heritage listed) Jatiluwih Rice Fields are one of the to-go spots around the area. Jatiluwih means “truly marvelous” and the view you will enjoy certain lives up to the translation. Simply just to sit at a place and to enjoy the view, you will find yourself very moved by the beauty of nature. On the way to the rice fields, you will pass by some coffee plantation fields as well. One of the most expensive coffee beans Kopi Luwak is produced here. Local drivers are very familiar with the farms and ask them to stop anywhere for a short testing trip. Usually, you will receive 12 testers of different types of products for free. There will also be a coffee shop for cocoa and coffee beans that are perfect for souvenirs.
2) Pasar Seni Art Market
3. Campuhan Ridge Walk in the rice paddies around Ubud
2. Beach hopping in the southern tip of Bali Island
The island’s absolute most beautiful beaches, coming straight out of travel magazines
and Hollywood movies, are found in the southern tip of Bali island. There,
the water is azure blue, crystal clear and the surrounding sceneries are stunning!
It is just wonderful to jump on your motorbike and make a circle, passing unspoilt nature,
laid-back surf beaches, desolate beaches, and villages. For the most popular beaches head
Geger Beach and Pandawa in Nusa Dua or Padang Padang (great for kids) and Dreamland
(wonderfully high waves) in Uluwatu. For lesser known beaches, make your way to Nyang Nyang
Beach or venture out to explore some yourself. It’s hard to see all of the beaches in one
day if you actually want to spend some time there. Have a look at our villa collection in
Bukit Peninsula, should you want to spend a few nights in this beautiful part of Bali.
is the most photographed temple in Bali, sitting at the edge of a cliff in the Tabanan regency of Bali.
The clifftop Uluwatu Temple sits 70-meters above the ocean where majestic
waves crash to the limestone walls, providing visitors with breathtaking views.
The Ulun Danu Beratan is a stunning water temple in the central highlands of Bali and
the Besakih temple is known as ‘the mother temple’, found on the slopes of Mount Agung.
It is the largest and holiest temple of the island.
Tegenungan Waterfall, Jalan Ir. Sutami, Kemenuh, Sukawati, Kemenuh, Sukawati, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali.
Open daily from 8 am to 7 pm//
Visit the Secret Garden of Sambangan
The secret garden of Sambangan is one of Bali’s best-kept secrets! A visit to this amazing attraction of nature leads you to see 7 cascading waterfalls if you go for the long trekking and it includes a visit to the famous 35-metre high cascading Aling Aling waterfall. During the hike, you will walk through the gorgeous unspoilt landscape, passing rice paddies and lush green tropical jungle. Those who are on the hunt for a thrilling adventure in nature will love it here! Do you dare to slide down a 10-meter natural waterfall slide or jump down a 10-meter cliff into a natural pool down below? Entrance to the Secret Garden of Sambangan is donation-based but I would recommend getting a guide to show you around, especially if you want to do the waterslide and the cliff jump. Don’t be afraid to bargain with your guide about the fee.
Location: The Secret Garden of Sambangan, Sambangan, Sukasada.