Padang Padang Beach in Uluwatu was the filming site for “Eat Pray Love.” Steep limestone cliffs cradle over a dozen beaches, boasting world-class waves and curious monkeys.
Hindu Balinese prepare elaborate offerings to the gods every morning, complete with incense and frangipani blooms. You’ll see these offerings around the over 10,000 temples in Bali.
The “cultural capital” of Bali, many private entrances lead to family-owned Hindu temples. It’s also a hub for traditional art and dance
Visiting a rice terrace is among the most sought-after things to do in Bali because it offers a behind-the-scenes opportunity to see how rice goes from paddy to plate.
Because Bali is so hot, it’s common for food markets to open in the wee hours of the morning, closing by 9:00 am. Click to see the most popular ones!