Bali Tourist Attractions
No matter which part of beautiful Bali you visit, you will be left with unforgettable memories! Bali offers visitors a wonderfully exotic blend of old and new, a colourful mix of spirituality and proud heritage, of modern architecture and ancient temples set in spectacular scenery and stunning beaches to die for.
Located in the village of Pecatu in the Kuta District in Badung, the Luhur Uluwatu Temple is a fine example of Bali's spiritual heritage. Perched some 97 meters above sea level, the temple sits on its own platform on a towering cliff that juts out into the sea on Bali's southwestern-most tip. Despite the serious surroundings, visitors will still find plenty to smile about: the temple complex is home to a family of monkeys, believed to the guardians of the temple.
Bali Bird Park is home to the largest collection of Indonesian birds anywhere in the world, but also provides a sanctuary to bird species from South America and Africa. Spanning an area of around two hectares of lush vegetation and forest, the park is habitat to around 250 different bird species and home to around 2,000 indigenous plants. Among the exotic birds are the South American Macaw, the Congo Parrott and the Hornbill as well as the Java Eagle bird.
Lovina Beach provides the inhabitants of Kalibukbuk village with much-needed tourism income. Located some 9 km distance from the city of Singaraja, Lovina Beach is a popular destination for water sports fans, as it offers corals and rich marine life to scuba divers and snorkeling enthusiasts. Visitors can join the fishing boats or dolphin watch boats that monitor the comings and goings of local bottle-nose dolphins. It takes around two hours with a rental car to reach the village, if travelling via the Bedugul route.
Waterbom Bali Indonesia Water-park offers families a fantastic day out. Located in the Kuta District in Kabupaten Badung, the water-park has not only lively rides and slide attractions like
the Pipeline, Green Viper, Flow Rider, Boomerang or Water Blaster, it also has a food court, restaurants and swim-up bar that offer refreshments to all ages. The park is open every day from 9.00 am to 6.00 pm, tel +62 361 755676, www.waterbom-bali.com
Circus Water-park Kuta also provides families with a fun-day out. Featuring high-speed slides and great tube rides, the park has several different pools for adults and kids, as well as a lazy river for paddling in a boat. The park is located in Kuta Sel., Kabupaten Badung and is also open daily from 9.00 am to 6.00 pm, tel +62 361 764 003, www.circuswaterpark.com/en.
Spanning around 12.5 hectares of virgin forest, Monkey Forest Ubud is located in Ubud, in the village of Padangtegal in Kabupaten Gianyar. The park is a sanctuary for species like the Balinese long-tailed monkey. Around 750 monkeys have made their home in the park, which is open daily from 8.30 am to 5.30 pm, tel +62 361 971 304, www.monkeyforestubud.com. There are also three ancient temples within the park, all dedicated to the worship of Lord Shiva.
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