The First Timer’s Guide To Bali

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Visiting Bali for the first time can be an exciting and fun adventure. Bali is one of the most beautiful places in the world, steeped in history and renowned for its culture, arts and marine life. To maximize this trip, one should try to spend as much time finding the best destinations in the area. Here are a few to get started.

Snorkeling around the Menjangan Islands

Bali is home to some of the most beautiful marine ecosystems in the world. The Menjangan Islands sport some of the prettiest coral reefs on the entire planet. Why not spend a day snorkeling around them? Snorkeling is super affordable, and many different companies offer tours on the island, making it an amazing and affordable day trip.

Climb Mount Batur

If you want to experience the beauty of Bali from up high, look no further than Mount Batur. It is only a 2 kilometer climb to the top. If you begin your climb before sunrise, it is possible to witness one of the most beautiful sunrises ever witnessed. There is also a camp where people can rest in case they get tired or just want to admire nature. It is recommend to wear the most comfortable hiking shoes with solid grip, as this volcano is covered in sand. A light jacket is also recommended, as the crisp morning air can be cold for some.

Visit the Banjar Hot Springs

In the middle of the jungle lies the Banjar Hot Springs. The water is from a nearby volcanic, making it slightly sulfuric, but a nice warm temperature of around 37 degrees Celsius (98.6 degrees Fahrenheit). This facility was modernized by the Japanese colonization during World War 2 and has been kept quite nicely ever since. There is also a restaurant at the location for a meal after a nice long soak in the healing waters.

Visit the Seven Temples of Enlightenment

Bali is home to the largest population of Hindu practitioners in Indonesia. The tour takes around a day and will take you to temples that trace the history of Bali Hinduism that dates back as far as the 8th Century. All of these temples are considered World Heritage Sites and have an amazing story to tell.

No matter what anyone decides to do in Bali, it will prove to be an exciting and unique trip that will create a lifetime of memories.

 

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