With Bali reopening to international tourists, bookmark these must-visit places

Indonesia opened Bali to foreign tourists on February 4, lifting all bans on access and shortening the quarantine period, in a move to help economic recovery And revival of tourism. Visitors who have been fully vaccinated will now only have to go into a five-day quarantine, unlike the previous mandate of seven days. But for those who were vaccinated with only one injection, the quarantine period remains one week.

If your feet are eager to walk the beach and your eyes are eager to see some beautiful temples, mountains and Amazing greenPlan a trip to the tropical paradise that is Bali, IndonesiaA cultural treasure, with all safety precautions taken, of course. This island paradise has a lot of shops, as you will find out below:

Ubud Monkey Forest and Art Market

The three ancient temples in a complex that may look like an open-air zoo or monkey sanctuary are actually a religious site for Balinese Hindus who hold these primates sacred. It is home to more than 1,000 long-tailed Balinese macaques, so keep jewelry, phone, and food away from potential attacks. When in Ubud, don’t forget to visit the art market for modest souvenirs Traditional and local arts. You should also visit the Ubud Royal Palace or Puri Saren Ubud, an important historical and cultural landmark of this former royal city.

Mount Batur

Gunung Bator, or Mount Batur, is the nature that showcases its beauty. With dramatic landscapes, with a 5,600-foot volcanic mountain and the largest crater lake in Bali, this is one of the most beautiful destinations in the whole of Bali. Picturesque villages dot the slopes for hiking and cycling. Note: The views from the top of the mountain are private During sunrise and sunsetWell worth the two hour hike.

Tokad Sebung Waterfall

Located in eastern Bali, Tukad Cepung Waterfall reveals itself only after many steps and crossings. The waterfall, which is one of the most attractive waterfalls in all of Bali, amaze its visitors with a display of natural light generated by the rays of light on the water that further illuminate the cave.

Tegallalang rice terraces

this is UNESCO World Heritage It is one of the most visited and popular destinations in Bali, located just 20 minutes north of Ubud. Here you will see the vast rice terraces and the ancient methods of cultivation and irrigation followed by the village farmers.

Tirta Empul

The Titra Empul has been an important sacred water temple for over 1,000 years. Translating to “holy spring,” this temple requires one to wear a robe if you wish to enter. It contains shrines, gates, courtyards and purification ponds with several water pipes under which Balinese Hindus ‘baptize’ themselves as they believe that water has the power to heal and purify their souls and bodies.

handful of waterfall

Sekumpul Waterfall is one of the most spectacular waterfalls on the island, and requires an hour’s walk to make your way down the valley. Once you make your way up, you will be rewarded with the location of one of the most beautiful waterfalls that seem to flow from the sky.

Padang Padang Beach

You may have already seen Padang Padang Beach on your screens in All pray love (2010) when Elizabeth Gilbert of Julia Roberts meets Philippe of Javier Bardem. The beach, once a hidden gem, is now a must-visit for beach lovers. The greenery surrounding the beach and the waves of the water are perfect for a relaxing day surfing.

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