20 adventurous things to do in Bali

By |2018-09-12T22:17:51+00:00October 28th, 2014|Asia, Destination, Indonesia, Most popular, UNESCO sites|78 Comments


Despite the fairly small size, there are so many adventurous things to do in Bali. From white water rafting, diving and volcano hiking to wellness and yoga retreats, wildlife watching and temples. Check out this list of things to do in Bali to get the most out of your stay.



I spent more than a month in Bali and loved every minute of it. There’s the coast where you can swim, tan, dive or learn how to dive. And then there’s Ubud, which is the heart of the island, surrounded by glorious rice fields. I based myself in Ubud and highly recommend you to do the same. Here you’ll find lots of day trips, plus it’s conveniently located with most main sights in a close range.


Price: 350,000 Rupiah ($29)

In Ubud you can find an abundance of tour companies offering bike trips around the island. The typical tour is a 40 km mostly downhill bike trip that includes breakfast at the top of a mountain, a visit to a coffee farm and a traditional Balinese village on the way down. You’ll stop at a restaurant before heading back, but this meal is not included in the tour price.



Price: 50,000 rupiah ($6)

Visit Bali butterfly park and get the chance to see a butterfly be born. The park has really nice surroundings for the animals plus a nursery where new butterflies are being hatched every day. The park also has other insects such as the Rhinoceros beetle, huge walking sticks, leaf insects and the most adorable little critter.

Butterfly farm, Bali


Price: Free activity

Bali’s most charming feature is without doubt its rice paddies. If you stay in Ubud, you will have easy access to a walk through the terraced fields. The most popular ones are Tegalalang and Jatiluwih which are in the same area. On the latter, the vast expanses of green rice paddies are stepped along an entire mountain, from its peak to where its foot meets the sea. Plus Jatiluwih Rice Terraces is a UNESCO site. It’s truly stunning.

Rice fields, Bali


Price: 12,000 – 35,000 Rupiah ($1-3)

Bali is enriched with temples. The island has over 20,000 in total and although it’s not necessary to visit them all, a handful of them are definitely worth a visit, especially Taman Ayun which is a UNESCO site. Some temples can be seen within a single trip while others may need a little more advance planning.

Taman Ayun

Taman Ayun temple


Price: 4,000,000 Rupiah ($333) for 1 week 

Whether you’re an experienced yogi or a curious newbie, a yoga retreat is a great way to refresh and rejuvenate. Imagine practicing the cobra pose to the sound of a running waterfall while looking at a lush rice field – that’s what a retreat in Bali is like.


Price: 85,000 – 185,000 Rupiah ($7-15) per day for board rental

Bali is one of the most iconic surf destinations in the world. A good time to enjoy Bali’s waves without the crowds is from October to April with the most popular season being May through September. You’ll get perfect waves, offshore winds, warm water and sun all year round.



Price: 25,000 Rupiah ($3)

If you feel particularly adventurous, then check out the notorious monkey forest in Ubud. This forest is home to over 600 aggressive and rather cheeky monkeys. Although the place is visited by hundreds of tourists every day, the word is that people often get attacked, bit or mugged by these spoiled macaques.



Price: Free activity

For coffee connoisseurs, this is mandatory when in Bali. Lots of organized tours around the island include a visit to one of the famous coffee farms where they explain the process of the coffee and show you around. At the end of the tour, they serve free tastings of tea and coffee.

Visit a coffee farm in Bali


 Price: 450,000 Rupiah ($37)

Feeling adventurous and in good shape? Then hike Bali’s most active volcano at night and reach the summit in time to catch the sunrise. It’s a magnificent view from above the clouds.


Price: 80,000 Rupiah ($6,6)

Bali is rich in culture and religion, and no matter where you are on this island, you’ll get the chance to see a traditional dance with exotic masks and mythic storytelling. There are several performances to choose between, but I was particularly impressed by the kecak trance dance. I watched it in Ubud, but supposedly it is prettier in Uluwatu because of the scenic view.

Kecak in Ubud

Kecak in Ubud 


Price: 48,000 – 72,000 Rupiah ($4-6 ) per meal

Ubud is a food mekka and no matter where you look you’ll find lots of amazing vegan, vegetarian, raw food and microbiotic restaurants. This healthy food is worth going all the way to Ubud for!

Ubud food

12. AAH, A SPA

Price: 85,000 – 300,000 Rupiah ($7-25)

Balinese masseurs are the best in the world so you shouldn’t leave without getting at least one massage. End of discussion.



Price: 30,000 Rupiah ($2)

Bali has the most beautiful sunsets and some pretty awesome places to watch it from. My favorite spot was without doubt Tanah Lot which is a temple at the sea. Hundreds of people were gathered on the lawn in silence while watching the sun set in the horizon. It was magical.



Price: $30-40

Enjoy the excitement of river rafting set to a backdrop of wild unspoiled jungle, towering gorges and scenic rice terraces. The tours usually last three to four hours with the option to take a shower and get lunch. Head over to Alex in Wanderland for a description of white water rafting in Bali.


Price: $24-30

Discover the secrets of authentic Balinese cooking by joining a cooking class. The classes are often packaged with early morning market tours that let you explore the variety of fresh tropical vegetables and aromatic spices before you learn to make your own traditional dishes from satay to spicy sambal sauces.

Cooking class, Bali


Price: Free Activity

The turtle breeding sanctuary has a turtle hatchery and is run with support from WWF. It’s free to visit, but you have the option to return the turtles back into the sea for a donation of 100,000 Rupiah ($8). Note that the sanctuary is not the same as Turtle Island, which supposedly is a tourist trap.

Turtles, Bali


Price: 754,000 Rupiah ($62) per dive

While you shouldn’t expect to find squeaky white sand and turquoise waters, Bali still has a rich assortment of beaches from those with big rocks created by corals or lava to those covered fully with white or black sand.

Because of the enormous waves, some of the beaches lining the Southern coasts are not suited for swimming, but there are good spots for snorkeling on the north side. As for diving, I’ve heard good things about Nusa LembonganAmed and Pemuteran.

Snorkeling, Bali


If you find yourself restless after spending time at the pool or doing yoga all day, then get your adrenaline pumping with some outdoor adventure sports! ATV beach rides, elephant trekking, tubing and buggy tours are some of the popular options.

Outdoor adventures, Bali

Photo credit: Prowebix, Creative Commons


Price: Free entrance

Bali offers a fine selection of beach clubs with ocean front and gorgeous settings. Days can be spent in the infinity pool with swim-up bar, while nights are filled with the sounds of live DJs and ocean waves drinking aphrodisiac cocktails and expensive beer. A beach club in Bali is the perfect place to watch the sunset with a cocktail in hand.


Potato Head Beach Club, Seminyak



Price: Free activity

On Sundays, accessorized water buffalos line up and drag jockeyed chariots around an oval course like cans behind a car. The buffalo races start very early on every other Sunday during the dry season (July to October) around 7am.

Buffalo race, Bali

Photo credit: Roger Alcantara, Creative Commons


I stayed in Ubud most of my time in Bali. It’s cheap, and there is a great variety of tour companies here that offer day trips around the island. I recommend staying here and do day trips.





You can find a full list of restaurants and food tips in my post about healthy food in Ubud.

  • DOWN TO EARTHMy favorite! Everything about this vegetarian restaurant is so thought through from the macrobiotic chef and all organic foods to only using local supplies and supporting the community. The meals are exceptionally tasty and beautifully presented. I give them 10 out of 10 stars!
  • CLEAR – A tiny bit expensive (around $8 for a meal including drinks), but the food makes up for it! With its temple-like interior and menu full of enticing elixirs, Clear is the perfect place to indulge in raw food, vegetarian, vegan and gluten free dishes. 
  • ALCHEMY – A raw food vegan cafe offering delicious organic meals, raw chocolate and amazing garden surroundings.
  • WARUNG SOPA – All organic, tasty meals! This vegetarian restaurant with an emphasis on wholesome and organic food offers a mix of Japanese and Balinese dishes.


Did I leave something out? What’s your favorite thing to do in Bali?

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  1. Joella in Beijing October 28, 2014 at 11:29 am - Reply

    I loved my time in Bali this summer. The food in Ubud was definitely a highlight. Wish I had all that delicious, healthy stuff here in Beijing!

    • Miriam October 29, 2014 at 8:16 pm - Reply

      Oh, you also went this summer? I wish we had that healthy food in Denmark, too. The food alone is reason enough for me to return 🙂

  2. Amy October 28, 2014 at 12:33 pm - Reply

    We loved our eco-cycling tour in Bali, the rice terraces were beautiful too as was Mount Batur. I definitely agree that you must enjoy both a Balinese massage and some of the delicious veggie food when visiting this gorgeous island. We had a pretty terrifying experience at the Monkey Forest though, so I wouldn’t recommend that!

    • Miriam October 29, 2014 at 8:19 pm - Reply

      On no, I hope your experience in Monkey Forest wasn’t too bad? I’ve heard some really terrifying stories from people getting attacked.

  3. Traveling Ted October 28, 2014 at 12:38 pm - Reply

    This list will definitely keep anyone busy for weeks or months. This is a great guide for those visiting Bali. I hope to visit myself someday.

    • Miriam October 29, 2014 at 8:33 pm - Reply

      It kept me busy for nearly a month 🙂 I hope you get to visit too, Ted. Bali is something special.

  4. paper boat sailor October 29, 2014 at 7:14 am - Reply

    Bali deserves at least a good month, it has just so much to offer. Can’t get enough of Indonesia!
    Great list 🙂

    • Miriam October 29, 2014 at 8:35 pm - Reply

      It has. I was so surprised to see all those activities considering it’s a fairly small island. This is definitely not the last time I was in Indonesia!

  5. Dale October 29, 2014 at 10:08 am - Reply

    Never made it as far as Bali when we were in East and South East Asia, but I’d absolutely love to return and spend some time at a coffee farm. It’s one of the very few things I have on my bucket list, but really want to visit and help out with.

    • Miriam October 29, 2014 at 8:37 pm - Reply

      I think you and Franca would love it there! Not only the coffee farms, but the whole Ubud community featuring an abundance of vegan restaurants. It’s heaven.

  6. Agness November 1, 2014 at 10:11 am - Reply

    Scooter riding is my favourite activity in Bali!! Totally loved it!

    • Miriam November 1, 2014 at 11:38 am - Reply

      I didn’t get to try it, but I always do it in Thailand. So much fun 🙂

  7. Charlie November 1, 2014 at 5:25 pm - Reply

    Great list! I’ll be visiting Bali as part of my trip next year, will have to remember a few of these. I love the idea of visiting a coffee farm (total addict here) and climbing Mount Batur seems like a great challenge. The cooking class look fun too. Thanks for all the inspiration!

    • Miriam November 1, 2014 at 6:18 pm - Reply

      You’re welcome, Charlie! You’ll have no problem finding a coffee farm tour as they’re provided everywhere and included in lots of the trips from Ubud. I’m sure you’ll enjoy Bali – it’s a gorgeous place!

  8. Lucy November 2, 2014 at 9:25 pm - Reply

    I visited Bali with work but would love to go back as a tourist it is such a beautiful country. Out of your list I did 7 and 13 the monkey sanctuary was hell but the sunset was beautiful. Having a spa and cookery lesson would be cool Lucy

    • Miriam November 4, 2014 at 9:16 pm - Reply

      Sounds like you got to see a lot of things although you visited with work. Bali is definitely worth one more visit – next time try the spa 🙂

  9. Elena@Elena's Travelgram November 3, 2014 at 1:10 pm - Reply

    Definite yes-yes to rafting, biking, hiking Mt Batur and temple hopping! I loved hanging out in the monkey forest and trying to make friends with those little punks. (Two ended up sitting on my shoulders for half an hour…), however I hear a few stories of people getting bit and scratched…so depends on how adventurous you feel today 🙂

    I missed the turtle sanctuary and the buffalo race, and kind of skipped on yoga…but that all makes a good reason to visit once again!

    That’s a great post, Miriam! Probably would keep occupied anyone on Bali for at least a month! 🙂

    • Miriam November 4, 2014 at 9:18 pm - Reply

      Thanks so much, Elena! You must have felt really adventurous with two monkeys on your shoulders. You’re lucky they didn’t scratch you! 😉

  10. Kate November 3, 2014 at 5:48 pm - Reply

    Wow, there are so many amazing things to do in Bali! My friend went last year and she said she found it boring (!!), but I think this is more down to the type of travel she enjoys. It must be, because it looks and sounds incredible!

    • Miriam November 4, 2014 at 9:23 pm - Reply

      I’ve heard this a lot actually – most people I spoke to prior to my trip said that Bali was either boring or didn’t live up to their expectations. After visiting myself, I seriously disagree! There are tons of things to do for everyone. But if people expect to get crystal clear waters and an untouched paradise island like many other places in Southeast Asia, I understand why they get disappointed. You won’t get that in Bali.

  11. Natasha Amar November 6, 2014 at 12:52 pm - Reply

    Bali sounds like the perfect tropical paradise for someone like me who loves the outdoors. I would love to go rafting and trekking here!

    • Miriam November 6, 2014 at 2:23 pm - Reply

      There are so many things to do there, Natasha. I’m sure you would love it 🙂

  12. Brad Bernard December 6, 2014 at 2:47 pm - Reply

    I love this, Miriam. I honestly got a bit jaded with the tourist scene in Bali and didn’t spend much time there. It looks like I missed quite a few wonderful things that were just beneath the surface. I love your blog. Keep up the great work!

    • Miriam December 7, 2014 at 9:32 pm - Reply

      Thanks, Brad, I’m so glad to hear that! Bali is definitely touristy, but there are still lots of great things to do. I’m definitely going back.

  13. Tom December 28, 2014 at 10:38 pm - Reply

    Very informative post! I also enjoyed your in-depth one just about temples in Bali. I am heading to Ubud in a couple weeks and was wondering if you had a recommendation for a coffee plantation to tour?

    • Miriam December 29, 2014 at 12:53 am - Reply

      Thank you, Tom, I’m glad to hear that! I visited two coffee farms when I was in Bali; however I can’t remember their names (I’m not sure they had any). In my experience they were quite similar though, and there are lots of them so I recommend you to just try one. Most of them are included in a bike trip or other day tours and they’re free to visit if you decide to go on your own. Btw, you should visit Down to Earth restaurant when you’re in Ubud. It’s the best in town!

  14. Marcela May 9, 2015 at 4:18 am - Reply

    I will visit Bali in June, do you have any recommendations, I will stay in Kuta and would appreciate information about tours in the proximity of Kuta and how many days should I spend in UBUD.

    Thnx for your Bolg …great info

    • Miriam May 10, 2015 at 4:55 pm - Reply

      Hi Marcela, I don’t know about tours from Kuta since I took all my daytrips from Ubud. Generally speaking, Kuta is ‘party party’ and Ubud is ‘culture and great food’, so how long you want to stay in Ubud depends on your preferences. If you’re just there for a look around town and maybe a few yoga classes, 2-3 days should suffice. I personally spent 3 weeks in Ubud and I preferred it WAY more than the Kuta area.

  15. Caroline June 10, 2015 at 2:52 pm - Reply

    Hi Miriam!
    We’re two girls who are going to Bali next week and we’re just planning our trip and what we want to see and do while we’re there. We would love to go to that turtle breeding sanctuary but can’t seem to find an address or any further information about it online. Can you help us out? Thank you!

  16. Brooke of Passport Couture September 27, 2015 at 1:30 am - Reply

    bali always looks gorgeous for beach sunsets, but I am thrilled to see all the opportunities for unique travel experiences! I’d love to see the Turtle Sanctuary and eat some tasty Falafel. Thanks for the dining suggestions!

    • Miriam September 28, 2015 at 12:12 am - Reply

      There are so many! I was really surprised by how many activities Bali offers – there’s truly something for everyone. Thanks for commenting, Brooke.

  17. Purnama Wati April 19, 2016 at 9:18 am - Reply

    Your picture makes me want to go on vacation there. If my family and have more time, I would like to vacation with family there.

    • Miriam April 19, 2016 at 11:55 pm - Reply

      Aw, thank you! I hope you do make it to Bali. It’s such a lovely place to bring your family.

  18. gusty April 21, 2016 at 6:58 am - Reply

    hi miriam how are you,i am from java island its only near from my at home only 300 km and i am native,but i never visited to bali at all until now,i want go to bali next time…

    • Miriam April 21, 2016 at 9:46 am - Reply

      Hi Gusty, thanks for dropping by! Bali is lovely, isn’t it? I’ve never been to Java, but would love to visit next time I’m in Indonesia.

  19. Lisa June 1, 2016 at 5:56 am - Reply

    Great article!

  20. Ham June 10, 2016 at 3:27 pm - Reply

    Hi Miriam,

    I love you post.

    I’m planning a trip to Bali for my honeymoon in September 2016…i want to stay at a beautiful hotel but I don’t know where in Bali I should be staying?

    Me and my fiancé love water activities (jet skiing, snorkelling, parasailing etc)

    Can you please help us as to the best location to stay in Bali please?

    • Miriam June 11, 2016 at 2:15 pm - Reply

      Hi Ham, congratulations on your wedding and upcoming honeymoon 🙂
      I haven’t personally been to these places, but I hear that Nusa Lembongan, Amed and Pemuteran are good for water activities! Seminyak is ok too, but I would probably look into the other options if I were you.

  21. Anonymous July 11, 2016 at 10:29 am - Reply

    I am Indonesian, but never visited Bali Island. But if you wanna vfound other amazing place in Indonesia, I can tell you!

  22. preeti January 29, 2017 at 2:05 pm - Reply


    I plan to go there in April. any must do or must go things or places you would suggest.

    Thank You in advance.

    PS: looking for adventure.

    • Miriam January 29, 2017 at 2:29 pm - Reply

      Hi Preeti,
      This list includes my suggestions for all the best and most adventurous things to do in Bali. If you have any specific questions, I’m happy to answer them.

  23. Liz February 12, 2017 at 12:49 am - Reply

    Hi Miriam,

    First thanks for the tips that helped me organize my holidays in Bali. Ubud, the yoga, food and massages where truly amazing !!!
    I also escaped for a day to Lembongan and loved it ! This small island has so much to offer I wished I stayed longer. I really enjoyed the snorkelling organized by Kadek and her husband with the mantarays and would highly recommend her business.

    • Miriam February 12, 2017 at 10:50 pm - Reply

      Hi Liz,
      I’m so glad to hear that. And thanks so much for taking the time to let me know! I will have to try the snorkeling you recommended, it sounds super fun 🙂

  24. meylisa March 23, 2017 at 2:23 am - Reply

    Yeaah Bali is small island, but many thing can to do in here and it will be fun. I ever going to monkey forest Ubud, for the first time i feel scared with the monkey, but the monkey is so cute. The monkey hang in a branch and then swimming with the others. You can buy a banana for the monkey if you wanna more close with them.

    • Miriam March 23, 2017 at 9:54 pm - Reply

      Hi Meylisa,
      I saw lots of people feeding the monkeys with bananas, but to be honest I preferred they kept their distance. They were quite aggressive :/

  25. Fandy Giogini April 26, 2017 at 5:11 pm - Reply

    Nice! All of this is very exciting and the smell like adventure haha. Bali with it’s culture and it’s natural beauty has many things that waiting to be explore. Yups me as an adventure lovers especially adrenaline rush is very fond of Bali. You can roam from the top of the mountain to the depth of the ocean when you’re in Bali. This is the island of gods. Focus on diving, indeed very many spot diving in Bali and some very beautiful.

    • Miriam April 27, 2017 at 11:41 am - Reply

      Yes, Bali surely is an adventure island! I have yet to try diving – next time.

  26. krisna June 24, 2017 at 9:10 am - Reply

    can i copy this post ?

    • Miriam June 26, 2017 at 2:41 pm - Reply

      If by copy you mean share it on social media, then you’re very welcome to do so.

  27. sarah July 3, 2017 at 8:16 pm - Reply

    hi going to bali in week. cant wait. will stay in a hotel on retreat and would love to join a cooking class. how do I book it? Do you have any recommendation. thankx

    • Miriam July 5, 2017 at 12:55 pm - Reply

      Hi Sarah,
      I didn’t join a cooking class in Bali, but they’re very easy to find if you stay in Ubud. Your hotel or homestay will most likely have a recommendation.

  28. sarah July 3, 2017 at 8:24 pm - Reply

    I would also like to ask you. How does it work usually? do u stay in the hotel and do they organise the activities for you. Or you meet people and ask them what to do? it is the first time i am traveling solo . thats why me asking.. thankx so much

    • Miriam July 5, 2017 at 1:00 pm - Reply

      If you feel more comfortable booking through your hotel, you should definitely do that. But if you stay in Ubud you can also do the booking yourself. Just look for signs on the street that says “tours” or “activities” – they’re easy to find. I believe most hotels have the service too, or else they can reference you to someone you does. The most important thing is that you feel good and stressfree on your first solo trip! Bali is a great place for that, btw!

  29. Kelly July 8, 2017 at 3:25 pm - Reply

    Hi Miriam. Nice post 🙂 I just wanted to find out about hiking Mt Batur. I’ll be in Bali next month, and I want to do the hike for my 30th. I’m a solo traveller, and I’m wondering how easy it is to organise transport, and a guide once I’m there? I’ve seen some packages I can book online but they start at around $87. Should I just bite the bullet and book or wait to see if I can arrange something in Bali?

    • Miriam July 9, 2017 at 5:51 pm - Reply

      Hi Kelly,
      I haven’t done the hike myself, but if I were you, I’d wait till I arrived in Bali. There are many tour companies in Ubud, so it shouldn’t be a problem to book once you’re there. Another alternative is to ask your hotel if they can arrange it for you (book the tour for you), but they would probably ask for a fee to do so.

      It’s an awesome way to celebrate your 30th, btw! 🙂

  30. Amanda September 20, 2017 at 11:26 pm - Reply

    Hi Miriam!

    I’m planning out a trip for April and this post has been SO helpful–thank you! It will be my first solo trip so I was thinking I’d stay in hostel(s) majority of the time to meet people (then maybe a villa towards the end). Do you have any recommendations on hostels or thoughts on if that makes sense?

    Thanks for your help in advance 🙂

    • Miriam October 3, 2017 at 11:07 pm - Reply

      I’m so glad to hear that, Amanda 🙂

      Bali isn’t big on hostels in the traditional sense. They have homestays (the cheapest option) which is like a bed & breakfast. I went to Bali alone as well and I met people on day tours, restaurants and at yoga. Ubud is great for that.

      I stayed at Aya Room in Ubud, which is a nice hotel and very centrally located. I’d give it 3-4 stars out of 5, and the rooms are lovely. It’s more expensive than a homestay, but I loved how close it is to everything. It was a nice base as a solo traveler, and I felt safe there.

  31. Ria October 6, 2017 at 2:05 pm - Reply

    I think butterfly park is not really worth of visit 🙂 There working guys told that they have only 15 different type of butterflies. I believe bird park would be better 🙂

    • Miriam October 15, 2017 at 2:15 pm - Reply

      Oh really? I had a great time there and saw lots of butterflies. Of course this was 3 years ago now so things might have changed since. Thanks for your two cents 🙂

  32. Ruth G February 19, 2018 at 10:09 am - Reply

    Wow! Great list, would love to release some turtles back into the sea ❤️ But think I’ll skip the buffalo racing 🙁

  33. Mia February 25, 2018 at 11:20 am - Reply

    For the non-vegan, the suckling pig Ibu (or mrs) Oka, the ribs at Nuri’s and crispy duck Bebek (=duck) Bengil or Bebek Tepi Sawah are must try-s….

    • Miriam February 26, 2018 at 9:57 pm - Reply

      Thanks for the food tips, Mia! I’ll remember those for my next visit.

  34. Nimrata May 24, 2018 at 4:33 am - Reply

    I’m travelling in june 2 week .
    I have 2 girls 8 and 12
    I’m going to be in kuta for 4 nights and 2 nights wanted to do something different. Is ubud a good choice with my girls considering the activities or I should do something else.

    • Miriam June 22, 2018 at 10:14 am - Reply

      Yes, absolutely! Ubud is the best place in Bali. It’s in the mountains, surrounded by rice fields – such a beautiful and serene place.

  35. Kimi Soni June 11, 2018 at 12:24 pm - Reply

    Thanks alot for this post, Here you explained everything about Indonesia just like: which places is better to visit, things to do and see in Indonesia. Really once again thanks alot for your tips tricks.

    • Miriam June 22, 2018 at 10:15 am - Reply

      Thanks, Kimi! I’m so glad you found my article helpful 🙂

  36. Ajay kumar August 29, 2018 at 8:10 am - Reply

    Really thanks for sharing this useful post !! Bali is a nice place to visit for holidays and I will definitely do all these things with my friends.

    • Miriam September 12, 2018 at 9:53 pm - Reply

      It’s one of the best. Have an amazing trip to Bali 🙂

  37. Good Bali September 13, 2018 at 1:53 am - Reply

    Thank you for introducing 20 adventurous things to do in Bali with the article that you wrote, Bali indeed Balinese culture and customs are indeed unique and beautiful of course so many tourists come to Bali. so let’s come to Bali and enjoy the beauty of Bali.

    • Miriam September 13, 2018 at 8:55 pm - Reply

      Thanks, I’m glad you liked it!

  38. Runa November 4, 2018 at 1:38 pm - Reply

    Hi Miriam, Great post about Things to Do in Bali! People can use it as a guide book. Thanks you for introducing Bali with the article that you wrote, Bali indeed Balinese culture and customs are indeed unique and beautiful it is may attract many tourists come to Bali. At the moment in Bali there is new popular place to visit in Bali called Nusa Penida Island. May be you can visit Nusa Penida island on your next visit to Bali 🙂

  39. Tom Broughton November 9, 2018 at 5:14 am - Reply

    Your content is so different! We missed out allot of these things, now we have a reason for a second trip, Thanks! 🙂

    • Miriam November 11, 2018 at 8:57 pm - Reply

      YES, that’s so great to hear, Tom. Going (or returning) to Bali is always an amazing idea 🙂

  40. Good Bali January 4, 2019 at 2:14 pm - Reply

    Great article thank you for wrote the article “20 adventurous things to do in Bali” from your article you introducing Bali to the world. so let’s came to Bali and make your holidays fun and memorable and try some activity like Bali ATV ride White water rafting. combine the beauty nature of Bali and adventures

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