Bali, Indonesia Travel Guide

Indonesia is a huge archipelago with over 17,000 islands, including Bali. This volcanic island totals an area of ​​approximately 5,700 square kilometers with beautiful natural landscapes, rich culture and varied cuisine.

Bali is part of the maritime region called the Coral Triangle. It is an area with rich marine and geological biodiversity and famous for its large expanse of reefs and corals. This destination increasingly attracts Brazilians seeking adventures and paradise landscapes. See below the main tourist attractions in Bali.

Bali, Indonesia Travel Guide

Uluwatu Temple

Uluwatu Temple has a mystical and charming atmosphere. The ideal is to visit it in the late afternoon to enjoy the beautiful sunset.

Tanah Lot

The temple is isolated by the ocean at high tide times, and can only be visited when the tide is low. Also be sure to check the sunset on site.

Uluwatu Beach

This beach is located facing a large complex of stones and rocks. To reach the waters, it is necessary to go through a small cave. The visit is well worth it for its beauty.

Rice terraces

Rice paddy fields use artificial irrigation methods and are very common in Bali (the main ones being Jatiluwih and Talagang). However, the reason you should know about these locations is different: their scenarios are cinematic.


Ubud is a bustling city that boasts many attractions such as Ubud Palace, Monkey Forest and Ubud Market, as well as offering great infrastructure for tourists with hotels, restaurants and rice fields.

Gili islands

The three islands (Gili Meno, Gili Air and Gili Trawangan) exhibit a paradisiacal landscape with clear water and bright green. Access is by boat from Bali. It is an ideal place to relax on the beach, sunbathe and go scuba diving.