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Things to do in Bali

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Top 10 things to do

#1
Odysseys Surf School Bali

Since 2003, Odysseys Surf School is located near Kuta Beach, an ideal surf spot for lessons. Odysseys Surf School continues to build its reputation as one of the best surf schools in Bali. Surfing with Odysseys guarantees not only a safe surf in Bali, but an experience that takes place in an open, fun, and friendly atmosphere.

#2
Waterbom Bali

Discover exciting waterslides and water games at a premier waterpark

5 (1 review)
#3
Trans Studio Bali Theme Park

Trans Studio Bali is an expansive entertainment complex nestled in Bali, Indonesia, offering a diverse range of thrilling rides, captivating attractions, and engaging entertainment experiences suitable for visitors of all ages. From adrenaline-pumping roller coasters to immersive themed zones inspired by popular movies and television shows, the complex promises an unforgettable adventure filled with excitement and wonder. Guests can explore fantasy realms, futuristic landscapes, and vibrant cityscapes while enjoying live shows, performances, and entertainment events throughout their visit. With its meticulous theming, diverse attractions, and engaging entertainment offerings, Trans Studio Bali is a must-visit destination for families, thrill-seekers, and entertainment enthusiasts seeking a memorable experience in Bali.

#4
Ubud Palace

Explore a historical royal palace in Bali

4.2 (8 reviews)
#5
Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park

Witness the statue of God Vishnu riding Garuda, a mythical bird

5 (1 review)
#6
Bali Zoo

Discover a diversity of wild animals in a wildlife sanctuary

#7
Bali Culinary Tours

Unlock the Flavors of Bali: A Culinary Tour Through

5 (3 reviews)
#8
Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary

Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary is the sanctuary and natural habitat of the Balinese long-tailed macaque, located at Padangtegal Ubud, Bali. With a population of around 1,049 monkeys, roaning around the spacious 12.5-hectare habitat, it's one of the region's most important primate sanctuaries and one of Bali's most unique and unmissable attractions.

#9
Lempuyang Temple

Lempuyang Temple is a Hindu temple on the slopes of Mount Lempuyang in the Karangasem Regency of Bali. This ancient temple is famous for its split gateway, also known as the Gates of Heaven.

5 (4 reviews)
#10
Bali Bird Park

Explore seven regions to witness different birds in their natural habitats

5 (1 review)

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