The charm of Bali never wears off in time.
The charm of Bali never wears off in time. Even though it is not a new tourist destination, the foreign tourists who come will never subside.
One of the foreign media from New Zealand, Stuff, recently gave eight reasons why it is necessary to visit the Island of the Gods. Whatever it is, here are five reasons that Medcom.id summarizes from Stuff:
-Tracing the Hidden Waterfall
Besides being famous for its beach charm, Bali also has several beautiful waterfalls. Call it the Nungnung Waterfall in Village, Badung. Then there is also Tibumana Waterfall in Kalungkung, which is famous for its twin waterfalls. As well as mini waterfalls on the beach that are on Melasti Beach, Tanah Lot.
-Find a charming surf spot
Because it is known for its beaches, it is not uncommon for foreign tourists to visit Bali by reason of looking for surf spots. Just mention Kuta Beach that has been worldwide, to Batu Bolong Beach which is still not as busy as Kuta Beach.
-Right ferry boats to Gili Trawangan
The proximity of Gili visible with Bali makes travelers not want to miss to visit this small island. Although a small island, there are many features on this island.
Like learning to live without a motorized vehicle, to become an ideal place to enjoy the sunrise and sunset. In addition, on this island, tourists can also dive with turtles and see sculptures underground.
-Enjoy the Charm of Ubud Village
One of the distinctive sights of Ubud Village
It’s not complete if you visit Bali without visiting the Ubud Village. A resort in the Gianyar regency, which is famous for foreign tourists because of its location between rice fields and forests.
Ubud is also located among mountain gorges that make nature very beautiful. As for art that is very well known by tourists is the culture of Ubud. The pulse of Ubud’s life cannot be separated from art. Every night in the corner of the village is held extraordinary music and dance that can attract the attention of visitors.
-Fines Gurau with Hundreds of Monkeys
Still, in the vicinity of Ubud Village, you can also joke with jungle monkeys which are located approximately 1 km from the center of Ubud Village and are about 26 km from Denpasar. This forest seems to be home to more than 600 monkeys.
Do not get there, visitors can also photograph together there. But to remember, visitors are advised not to disturb these monkeys. Especially when you bring food but don’t give it to them.