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Bali Safari & Marine Park is a wildlife park on the southwest coast of Bali, roughly 30 minutes' drive from Ubud. It houses more than 100 species, including orangutans, Komodo dragons, and tigers.
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From $52.82
South Kuta

Uluwatu Temple

Uluwatu Temple is a Balinese Hindu sea temple and one of the six sacred temples that make up Bali's Sad Kahyangan – the island's six holiest places of worship believed to be the six palaces of the Gods. It is located on the southern coast of the island in South Kuta.
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Ubud Palace was built for the Ubud royal family, with the location chosen for its spiritual significance. It is located along the Campuhan Ridge Walk.
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From $55.00
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Aloha Swing Ubud is a visitor attraction and Instagram hotspot in Bali that allows visitors to pose on aerial swings with breathtaking views of the surrounding jungle and paddy fields.
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From $27.00
Tegenungan Waterfall is located in Bali, Indonesia. It is a popular sightseeing spot because unlike many other waterfalls in Bali, it's not located in the upper reaches of the mountainous highlands, making it easier to access. The waterfall allows visitors to wade in crystal-clear waters, or hike up to the raised jungle viewing area. It provides some very photographable moments during stays in beautiful Bali.
From $62.50
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.
From $38.97
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Tirta Empul Temple is a famous religious Hindu Balinese water temple, now a mainstay on the tourist trail. Visitors can observe the locals taking part in time-honored traditions, or opt to cleanse themselves in several fountains. It is located near the town of Tampaksiring, Bali, Indonesia.
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From $60.00
harvesting some freshest ingredients before the cooking
The Bali Farm Cooking School is a new attraction that opened at the beginning of 2014. It was built by a small group of villagers who care about organic and healthy food and want to give visitors to Bali the chance to learn about Balinese food culture. It is located near Ubud. The farm area is surrounded by trees like jack fruit, papaya, lime, coconut, banana, snakeskin fruit (salak) and cocoa. There is also a gorgeous vegetable garden, which has lemongrass, chili, ginger, turmeric and more, ripe for the picking. A great way to learn more about the ingredients while making some of the best Balinese dishes.
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Tegalalang Rice Terrace is a hillside paddy field located roughly 20 minutes from Ubud by car. The terraces are a popular spot for tourists looking to take photos of Bali's natural and cultivated agricultural beauty.
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From $32.00

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Aloha Swing Ubud

Enjoy a high-flying ride in one of Bali's top Instagram spots
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