Bali Denpasar is a city in Indonesia, with around 834.9 thousand inhabitants. Lemi has 20 lists with places in Bali Denpasar.
❤️ The Island of the Gods has so much to offer, it just keeps me coming back for more. Which are your favourite spots? ⭐ Here's a list of must-sees and less known places (and what I honestly thought about them all) to inspire you. ⭐ 5+ days ever growing itinerary! ⭐ Pro tips with every post, for all your trip-planning needs. 👍 Follow to get the latest updates. I'll cover all the locations in the list, and add more at every trip! 🙏 Disclaimer: admission fees to many locations fluctuate like tides in Bali. I give them to the best of my knowledge at the time of posting. Please take them as indicative and always check with the location prior to visit.
I’m planning to go to Bali, Indonesia with my partner - @jrakelopezvito. I came up with this list, inspired by an itinerary I found in Facebook. 😍
13 hours ago
Gorgeous beach and amazing waves. But apparently controlled by the taxi mafia!
14 hours ago
⭐⭐⭐⭐★ Craft village south of Ubud, supposedly known for its stone carvings, but famous among tourist for its Barong Dance theatre (if it's on your Bali bucket list, buses and private drivers all stop here). In case you were wondering, the Barong is a lion-dog mythological creature. The colourful and energetic dance weaves a (very complicated) mixture or myth and history. You'll be offered a pamphlet with the summary of the story at the entrance, but good luck keeping up with the plot. 👍 Arrive a little early to get the chance of taking a photo with one of the beautiful dancers.
2 days ago
⭐⭐⭐⭐★ Hei, don't diss this place just because it's a food court! It may not be fine dining, but it churns out some pretty fine desserts. I chanced upon this place after a long afternoon wandering session, so I didn't try any of their main courses. But the dadar gulung (pancakes filled with sweetened shaved coconut) was the best I had in Bali, and 15K for 3 rolls is hard to beat. 👍 Service is veeeery slow, so be prepared for a long wait after ordering. Relax and take a nap 😆 This is the true essence of a lazy and carefree holiday in Bali!
2 days ago
Recommended by Angga (my Bali physiotherapist). The guy who runs it also does a Bali traditional tour apparently!
2 days ago
@hendrady recommended of course! Was fabulous. Food was on point! 😍 best Indonesian food we’d had all trip. The ingredients are all local, incredibly fresh, and cooked to perfection. And the view. Just breathtaking!
2 days ago
Recommended by the villa half way from the villa and the temple!
3 days ago
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ One river crossing away from Batubulan, the craft village of Tohpati is a great place to experience balinese batik art. The word batik means "to write with dots" in Javanese, and the use of a little pen-like instrument is in fact at the core of this ancient dyeing technique. In 2009, UNESCO designated Indonesian batik as a Masterpiece of Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity. In the batik workshop, local ladies dressed in colourful sarongs will take you through the whole process step by step. While nowadays many batiks are printed, the dyeing of a single sheet using the traditional method can take up to a year! So slowly admire these true works of art.
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