Things to do in Bali

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"Amazing day to escape from the tourist attractions but still able to witness thhe hidden beauty of Bali. Our local guide Marga was brilliant and helpful that he adjusted the itinerary to our needs so that we could make..."

Dan T.

"We both feel so relaxed after this tour. I'd recommend it to anyone who wants to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city and breath some fresh air. We'll definitely be going back next year."

Katrina E.

"Excellent tour!!! Got to see the other beautiful sides of Bali. This tour was a really good choice if you want to explore the life in the countryside and learn more about the indigenous cultures. You couldn't really..."

Abeer M.

"This is a remarkable presentation of traditional village life in Bali. The people are friendly, and you can go into some of the homes and see the living conditions. Worth the time, for sure. This trip is very nice for..."

Anna theresa G.

"Our first trip to Bali. We wanted to see more than the night spots of Kuta and Seminyak. We were not disappointed at all. Cahyono was a fantastic guide with great knowledge and able to personalise his information to our..."

Alvin Y.

"It was incredible. Our tour guide was Komang Karang and he was excellent, friendly, respectful and knowledgeable. We actually requested his guidance for another tour."

Ana F.

"This tour is so worth doing! Our guide, Marga, was brilliant. Knowledgable, funny and friendly, he gave us loads of time to enjoy the areas, saying it was our holiday and not to rush! The view overlooking Mt Batur were..."

Ab H.

"We had an awesome time on this tour. It was such a great way to get to know Bali and the more of their culture. Our tour guide spoke great English and was so patient about taking pictures of us! Well worth the price -..."

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Looking for a way to escape the tourist traps and figure out the best things to do in Bali? Here’s your ultimate guide! First, let’s understand what this city is about from a local perspective.

In Balinese, Bali means offerings, expressing the inhabitants’ gratitude for what they get from God. Indeed, the island is endowed with cultural richness, vibrant arts, mouth-watering cuisines and breath–taking nature. Indulging yourself in Balinese music and dance, you will be able to embrace the divine connection between the native and their mighty gods.

Celuk village and woodcarving village of Mas should not be missed if you wish to learn about the local artisan crafts. A cup of luwak coffee will ignite all your energy to wander around Ubud and explore the sacred monkey forest.

Finally, admiring the magnificent sunset at Tanah Lot Temple would be a great way to end a fulfilling day trip on this small yet beautiful island.