Seminyak Indonesia is a country composed of thousands of islands, and also has a variety of cultures that are very unique and attractive to foreign tourists. One of the most popular tourist attractions in the world, with a natural beauty, culture and a legacy that is still neatly preserved on this island of the gods, divided by rivers, canals, and gorges covered in forests, valleys and hills colored by green expanses of rice, the beautiful beaches and lakes that fill the rest of the crater is Bali. Balinese culture is heavily influenced by Indian, Chinese, and particularly Hindu culture. But today we talk about Seminyak island, well-known for exotic white sand beach tourist attractions, many tourists who are on vacation for the first time will be simply fascinated. Seminyak is the modern and the most developed part of Bali that caters to international travelers on vacation and is considered one of the most expensive towns in Bali, and is a continuation of the Kuta Legian beach, and distinguished by its unique charm. The waves, up to 2 m, on Seminyak beach are quite big and strong, and more suitable for surfing lovers. Seminyak is a vacation spot for single wealthy Europeans, honeymooners and married couples with children. Seminyak is home to some of the finest shops, local and international boutiques, the world's finest cuisines and big-name five-star hotels. Nearly 52 percent of economic activity is supported by the tourism sector. Accommodation Bali accommodation has something to offer all kinds of travellers from guest houses, budget, family hotels, luxury private villas, to high-end resorts and is one of Asia’s most affordable holiday destinations. Offering accommodation options to suit a range of styles and budgets, perfect for travellers who are looking to save while on holiday. We have made a selection from where you can choose your perfect accommodation budget to luxury. Rama Residence Petitenget is an affordable, mid-range hotel with open-air design and chic tropical decor, located 2 minutes away from the long and white sandy Petitenget Beach in Seminyak. They are offering spa treatments, wellness, and relaxation at their best. They offer you free Wi-Fi in all rooms, daily housekeeping, 24-hour front desk, luggage storage, Wi-Fi in public areas can be enjoyed here. The hotel provides good facilities, it has almost everything you need for long-stay. All rooms have air-conditioned, and have flat-screen TVs spacious rooms, apart from the bed room there's a big free sofa-bed and big couch at the veranda that can be yet another extra bed outside, complete kitchen, dining table, water dispenser, laundry machine, drying machines, irons/ironing boards, coffee/tea facilities, minibars, microwaves. Located in a quiet residential area and 15-minute drive from Seminyak Beach, Seminyak Lagoon All Suites Hotel features 19 rooms are spacious, affordably priced, and contemporary, featuring balconies, pool view, terrace, telephone, cable channels, flat-screen TV, safe, air conditioning, desk, sitting area, sofa, wardrobe, shower, hairdryer, bathroom, slippers, minibar, refrigerator, kitchenette, electric kettle, stovetop, wake-up service. Wireless Internet access is complimentary. Being located in a quiet neighbourhood, away from the hustle and bustle of nearby Seminyak giving a tranquil ambience, is a good option for families seeking out comfortable accommodations with modern amenities. They have a 40m swimming pool with a timber deck to soak up the sun. La House Apartment is a 10-minute walk from the trendy shops and restaurants of Seminyak, and offers a home away from home with an outdoor pool. Seminyak Beach and Petitenget Beach are also within 2 miles (3 km-12 min drive), and 2 miles (11-min drive) from Double Six Beach. Spacious and homely, each unit features a kitchenette with a refrigerator, an LED TV with cable channels. A balcony, a minibar, and room service are also available. Shower facilities are available in the private bathroom, while garden and pool views can be enjoyed from the private terrace.Guests receive free WiFi and free self parking. Perfect for days where you want to whip up a simple breakfast before a long day of exploration. Kokonut Suites are very cozy and nice to stay, lovely for families with children, promising a truthful experience from the world's best loved islands,located near canggu and kuta beach. For a longer stay we would like to recommend the suites which offer unique, luxurious, and spacious rooms , they have a kitchen with pretty complete stuff including microwave, stove, and other kitchen utensils so you can buy anything and cook what you would like. The bedroom and the living room are separate by the sliding door so it makes it more comfortable. Additionally, there is also a gym, spa, and recreational activities like a kid's club to give an enjoyable stay. Hotel Vila Lumbung is a small family-friendly resort complex with a total of 70 Rooms (36 spacious Superior Rooms and 34 Deluxe Bungalows), which offer stylish decor with Balinese touches. Sheltered away from the busy streets, this is a great place for a family holiday or for couples. It's a 10-minute walk, only 800 meters from the Petitenget and Seminyak beach and the hotel also offers a free shuttle. All come with free bottled water, fridges, safes, coffeemakers, and flat-screen TVs with satellite channels and DVD players and Deluxe Family Lumbung (fully equipped with a kitchenette). The hotel’s spa offers a good range of services including massages, facials, body treatments, and aromatherapy. Bali Merita Villa & Spa offers 32 luxury Villas. All villas are set in fully equipped with individual Air Conditioner, IDD Telephone, Electronic Safe Deposit Box, satellite television, drinking water dispenser, mini bar coffee maker and multi - stereo system for audio entertainment provided in the living area, elegant living and dining are designed with a kitchen and access to a private bedroom. The bathroom has an elegant bathtub,separate stanfind shower, flower with lights,and the sound of music when you shower. The Bali Merita Villa & Spa is as well designed for wedding ceremonies, spa, photo shooting, wedding dinner and many other things. Crown Bali Villa Seminyak is the perfect romantic place in the heart of Seminyak area, for all couples who want a romantic place to stay,located in a shopping district, within a 10-minute drive of Seminyak Square and Batu Belig Beach. This complex of villas especially designed for everyone, couples and families offer the option of reserving a two-bedroom villa that can accommodate up to four guests. 9 air-conditioned rooms featuring private pools and LCD televisions. Rooms have private balconies. Kitchenettes are outfitted with refrigerators and microwaves. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with separate bathtubs and showers feature deep soaking bathtubs and complimentary toiletries. Throughout the day you can enjoy the relaxing atmosphere of the outdoor pool, diving, fishing, spa, massage. Supermarkets Bali offers you a complete range of options to choose and buy from. Seminyak has a great variety of supermarkets selling fresh produce, imported goods with affordable prices. You will come across a considerable number of shops, markets, trailers, grocery stores, not to mention many Circle K, Indo Market, Alpha Market, Mini-Mart opening 24h/7d. Most supermarkets accept credit cards but we recommend paying in cash and open 7 days per week. All you have to do is hop to the local supermarket and find all the things you actually want. We came into your help and here are some places where you can shop for the fresh groceries in Bali. Pepito Market provides customers incredibly high quality items at the lowest possible prices. This supermarket is ideal when meeting your daily needs. There you can find fresh and tasty fruits, vegetables and also meats like pork, beef, chicken, snacks like crisp, chocolate, dry goods and pharmacy items. Pretty much everything you need while on holiday. Make sure you visit the seasoning section for all your herbs and spices. To Pepito Supermarket you can always find necessities there and also some nice higher-end food items, also has selections for an afternoon treat, a hot roast chicken and loaf of bread for lunch back at your villa, snacks and fruit for the kiddies, bottled water, magazines to read by the pool. There are Pepito Markets all over Bali, but the best in Seminyak is the one located in Petitenget. With Alfamart, shopping is guaranteed to be even more economical because the promo comes at super cheap prices, to be super efficient and economical. And for those who don't want to go shopping to Alfamart by themselves, you can use the #Alfagift application to order your groceries, and you can get the products anywhere without having to shop at Alfamart. Affordable grocery shopping in Seminyak is Frestive supermarket, a joyful place that provides a huge selection of vegetables and very affordable prices. Products are fresh, Frestive supply high-quality fruits and vegetables, meat, food and drinks, there is also a bread and juice counter, where you can relax and have fun with family and friends. The butchery section is a big NO miss, being the second only after Prime Cut Butcher. Great selection cheese, limited but solid selection of dry and canned groceries and bathroom products. Prime Cut Butchery has the best quality and very reasonably priced beef and lamb in Bali. Has a wide variety of beef, pork, lamb, chicken, hamburger patties, sausages, smoked meats, ham, bacon and much more. You can dine in or takeaway. They are affordable and cheaper than supermarkets and you can't find this good selection in regular supermarkets. A must try is the dry steak, smells nutty and fresh like sitting in the middle of a rainforest, incredibly juicy. If you can't cook steak, you can request them to cook it for you with restaurant quality. Bali Deli supermarket provides high quality for imported goods for years, imported delicatessen products from Europe, Australia, USA and Asia. You can find a wide variety of cheeses, salami, olives, dips, wines, fresh fruit and vegetables. They are worth a visit as it has a bakery and cafe which serve top quality fare. Bali Deli's bakery is especially well known for sweet treats like their Bakewell tart, chocolate mousse cake, bittersweet chocolate dome, mille feuille and carrot cake, all of which are to die for. They have basic supplies of staple ingredients, housewares, limited fresh produce, small deli and a small liquor area. You can take away or eat in, parking, delivery service, open daily 08:00-22:00. Seminyak Square is the perfect shopping center for you, a shopping arcade and restaurants. Seminyak Square is the two storey building, with shops lined up in a row on both floors, facing out. At the second floor you'll find The Marketplace, a little bazaar within the mall selling all sorts of knick knacks, from jewelry to artisanal soaps. This is a fine place to buy goodies for your loved ones back home. Vendors include Bali Towel, Tan Living, The Wedding Shop and more. Circle K is a fast growing convenience store in Asia, with 3500 stores in Indonesia, especially big cities. Circle K is a minimarket that operates 24 hours a day,experiencing rapid development and is one of the most popular and successful convenience stores in Indonesia. They have a wide variety of quality products and fast services, they are friendly with a clean environment. They have fresh foods,snacks and a wide variety of hot and cold beverages that people need on a daily basis. The Flea Market is still one of the better locations for cheap shopping in Seminyak. The Flea Market is a shopper's paradise and a great place to bargain, offering a wide range of different goods, clothes, local handicrafts and souvenirs, handmade wallets, bracelets, necklaces, and bags models, fresh fruit and list can continue. Bargaining is a necessity and don't be shy to offer 1/4 or less of the starting price. If you think the price doesn't make you happy, so don't buy it. A tip for you is go early morning and avoid shopping tours, and be cautious whenever a guide takes you into a craft shop or store during a day tour. Tour guides and operators often have side deals with stores and businesses, where they have commission or other incentives. Mini Mart provides everything for your daily needs. Mini marts are everywhere in Bali and you can find everything you are looking for, from newspapers, water, food, sunscreen, and other supplies, sanitary products or simply to enjoy refrigerated drinks to cool down and to make sure you don’t get dehydrated under Bali's sun. As a tip-calculate what you are buying before you get to checkout, pay attention to the cash you are handing over and count the change you get back. Pasar taman sari market is a traditional open air market with food stalls, serving as a regular place to shop among locals. You can find pool tables to play with your friends. The day market starts at 5 AM and the night market opens at 4 PM, transforming into a night market once dusk sets in and carts selling bakso (meatball broth) and other classic Indonesian street food. The market is very cheap and with just $1 you can purchase a full bag of fresh products and is a place where you should bargain hard. Indomaret Semer is the best and largest supermarket chain in Indonesia also provides attractive promos for various products of your choice such as household products, staple foodstuffs such as cooking oil, rice and eggs, freshly baked breads, snacks, hot coffee, freezing ice cream, fruits, all at an affordable prices, as well as other products you need everyday such as tools, bath and general medicine. The supermarket opens daily from early in the morning to 10 p.m. Bintang Supermarket is big and it is conveniently found in the heart of town, close to many splendid Seminyak Villas. This place has got a wide selection of food and beverages products, local or imported. They have everything you need and more: fresh produce, meat, fish, yoghurt, milk, cheese, alcohol and also souvenirs. If you have kids, Bintang is perfect because they have cheap toys to keep the kids amused when on holidays. Here you can find everything you need to cook in your kitchenette. Here you can find the world's most expensive coffee. Made from the coffee beans that have been pre-digested and pooped out by the Civet cat, mostly nocturnal mammal native to tropical Asia, it’s one of Bali's signature souvenirs. Restaurants Having a vacation to Bali doesn't feel good if you don't try Balinese food. Seminyak has many cafes, restaurants and beach clubs and is suitable to be the destination for you to spend your time while on vacation in Bali. The food in Bali is so diverse-from breakfast, lunch, to dinner perfect for completing your vacation on the Island of the Gods. Have a trip to Bali, don't forget to taste its delicious culinary delights in the restaurants in Seminyak Bali. Did we wake up your curiosity? Here are the restaurants we recommend to eat. Kari Ayam Pedas is a legendary place. You will find them by the very distinctive bright yellow board. So the main menu they serve is a spicy chicken curry recommended for those of you who love chicken curry and those who like it spicy. The chicken itself is quite tender, guaranteed to be less if you order only one portion. The taste is guaranteed to make you sweat. The price is quite cheap and although it is a roadside street stalls, all people come to this place to try its pleasures. Si Jin Steakhouse offers a unique atmosphere, accompanied by high-quality beef and cuisine, wine list, craft beer selection and a suite of creative cocktails not to be skipped at the first steakhouse in Bali with a modern Korean flair and a meat-eater's paradise, located in Seminyak. Chef Joel Si Jin and his impeccable culinary team strive to deliver quality dishes and impressionable dining experiences while remaining true and authentic to themselves, sharing plates and mains inspired by traditional Korean cuisine. The meats are prepared in-house and fresh on smokeless grills at every table. Biku Bali is a unique combination of a tea lounge, restaurant, antiques and bookstore in Bali, and provides an inimitable place for locals and tourists, inspired by Indonesia's unique cultures. The presentation and polite service will make you feel like royalty. Tea is Biku's speciality and their tea list consists of over 50 different varieties from the world's foremost tea-growing regions. The restaurant is run by a member of the royal Ubud family. They are serving a mix of local and western dishes at extraordinarily inexpensive prices. If you like eating clean or have food intolerances then Clean Canteen Bali is great for a filling healthy snack. They serve meat, vegetarian and gluten-free options. Restaurant serving Asian and western food. Has labeled vegan options like pho, tacos, wraps, breakfast bowls, salads, and dessert. The food is generous compared to the price and tastes yummy despite being healthy. Clean Canteen is just a casual cafe, but the food is on point so don't let its appearance misguide you. You should try the vietnames pho and veggie salad, a real food experience. They do breakfast deals with a platter of fresh fruit, juice or coffee, and your choice of main for 50,000rph ($4). One of the most beautiful and elegant restaurants in Bali-METIS Restaurant serves an extraordinary French Mediterreanen cuisine with Balinese influences and ingredients, and is a perfect area to relax with friends. They recommend the homemade souffle with grand marnier, mango, passionfruit or chocolate. Designed with high taste, Metis offers an outstanding view with a tropical garden. Restaurant is a 350 seater restaurant, bar and lounge open until 2am so you can enjoy your time. The restaurant Made's Warung is a famous cafe in Bali Island due to its proximity with Kuta Beach and a great hang out place for visitors, with its large garden area filled with tables and chairs,plus an inside section with the warung style tables layout. Made's Warung is an excellent choice for you and your loved one during your stay in Bali. The food in this restaurant has a marvelous original recipe since 1969, Made's Warung serves mostly Indonesian traditional food, which has been known as their specialty. Gado gado, satay and curries are all recommended dishes at affordable prices. There is no better place to chill in Bali than to Gusto Gelato & Caffe, one of the most famous gelato shops in Bali who serves world-class Italian gelato, with rich, interesting, and creative flavours. They have more than 50 gelato flavors available, fruit flavors and herb flavors and apart from gelato, there are also various pastries and drinks. Gusto Gelato is run by Italian and French couple. There are five sizes to choose from, from cone and small cups with two flavors, 3 flavors of medium cup, 4 flavors of large cup and X-large cup size with 5 flavors. Mama San Bali is a restaurant like no other in Bali, being one of the most famous restaurants in all of Bali, is known for its street food served in a funky, comfortable and family friendly environment. They have a famous painting of a woman adorning the wall in the main dining room as the mascot of the restaurant! Mama San is for anyone who likes to lounge in style and eat quality South East Asian food without it being too expensive. The restaurant has two levels. The ground floor restaurant is open every day for lunch and dinner and the second floor has been converted into a "lounge bar". The restaurant takes bookings from 6:30pm to 8pm. Dough Darlings is a pastry with a total of 20 donut variants of flavours and varieties, from plain village donuts, to unique donuts with various toppings and contemporary flavors. As well as offering a wide selection of other desserts and dishes. Dough Darlings has two branches in Bali. The first is on Jalan Petingenget no 22, Seminyak, and other branches at Samastya Lifestyle Jalan Wanagiri, Jimbaran. Every day they bake variants of different flavors and don't store them. A great way to continue your night after the dinner is Nineteen Lounge Bali who gained fame due to its entertaining and engaging live music featuring Royal Radio Band, catering to everyone’s music taste. This intimate bar and lounge open from Tuesday to Sunday from 6 PM onwards. At Nineteen Lounge Bali you'll definitely feel nineteen again as you immerse yourself in the live atmosphere and indulge in one of their brilliant cocktails. Basil Kitchen's serves a great selection of delicious tasting Asian and Western meals. Food is fresh, tasty and cheap. You can choose dining is al fresco on their deck or you can choose to have a seat inside in the air-conditioning. You can savoury dishes like pork belly and burgers and they have healthy vegetable bowls available. Cafe located on the residential side of Sanur. Menu is in English with vegan marked, including choices like hummus with chips & veg sticks, chips and salsa, avocado tomato & basil toast, Indian and potato pies, superfood salad with falafel add-on, and Japanese salad. Famous for various affordable steaks, burgers, grills and crispy pork belly, Eat WeLL can not be missed on your holiday in Bali if you are a meat lover. Located in Seminyak is an outdoor and indoor restaurant. Offers a variety of juicy steak dishes to choose from. Beef, pork, lamb, chicken, making it sometimes hard to choose just one. The shop has two floors and is small, but it is always crowded with people at lunch and dinner time. After choosing the meat, select how you want it: roasting, garnished potato as - french fries, mashed potatoes, sliced potatoes layered and baked with cheese, seasoning. eat-well-bali} Earth cafe & Market Seminyak is an organic vegetarian restaurant and conscious living market and health food market, located in the heart of Seminyak in Bali, Indonesia. Offers a large variety of food and beverages, from breakfast and smoothies bowls to scrambles and crepes to veggie burgers and international platters. If you're not a coffee drinker or tea drinker, there are a range of different smoothies and special drinks. Shelter Cafe Bali, a rooftop garden cafe whose main dining area, accessible via stairs, offers an ambient, breezy outdoor setting that immediately catches the attention. The atmosphere is relaxed and casual and caters to vegetarians, vegans and all dietary restrictions, with plenty of amazing items to choose from. You can nibble the tastiest best cake in Bali while you can use the strong Wi-Fi and feel like in paradise! If you are on vacation, plan on visiting and remember to stop-by at our popular cafe in Bali for teatime. If you crave for Italian food, Da Maria is perfect for you. Is an unique and modern Italian restaurant in the Osteria style in the heart of Seminyak, with an expansive place and with a delicious menu. With stunning interiors by Roman architect Lazzarini Pickering, decorated inside with stripes of light blue and white wall, enhanced with iconic yellow color seats. Da Maria focuses on a wide range of Italian cuisine, wine, music, fashion, art, making you feel like you're in Capri, Italy. The restaurant is huge, being a good choice for a large family or group dinner. The pizzas are undoubtedly the stars of the menu, cooked in Naples inspired lava stone ovens to give an amazing taste, texture and crunch to them. Coffee is one of the preferred beverages to sip on, while on your Bali holiday. Coffee Cartel is the ultimate boutique coffee and dining experience. They are open everyday from 8am–6pm. This boutique coffee is enjoyable for everyone with delicious food, specialty coffee, gluten-free, vegetarian and vegan options, fast Wi-Fi, and spacious seating areas. They are Insta-famous for their ripple machine, where you can print an image or text on the foam layer atop your freshly roasted cup cappuccino or latte and they can even make your coffee the cutest shade of pink. When it comes to sweet rolls, one of my favorites is the cinnamon rolls, a blend of perfect sweetness and softness. Where you can find the best cinnamon rolls in the WORLD? Well Sinamon Bali is a minimalist cafe and perfect place to try the best cinnamon roll in Bali, and maybe in Indonesia. Their big, fluffy, soft and absolutely delicious cinnamon roll with soft texture, not too dense but not too bouncy, will brighten up your day and they serve vegan rolls and cinnamon drinks also. You'll always go back to try their cinnamon roll! Your breakfast or dinner is always better with cinnamon rolls. Boy'N'Cow is a meat boutique, specialised in 28 days dry-aged beef with a 350g cut as their standard steak size. The restaurant has two floors. Once you step inside the restaurant the inviting aroma of premium meat on the grill will delight your nostrils. They offer an assortment of chicken, tuna, lamb and pork, as well as a smorgasbord of sides, starters, and sharing plates ranging from their popular mac n’ cheese to more crazy variations of beef. They have a lounge on the second floor where you can taste a variety of cocktails. Tourist attractions Every country has popular cultural landmarks and natural wonders. Life in Bali is always linked to the Tri Hita Karana, a concept that includes the spiritual relationship between man, God and their environment. Your trip to the island can be sprinkled with nature, culture, art, spirituality where the hidden natural jewelry, historic sites and buildings that have stood the test of time is waiting to be discovered. We come in your help with some attraction to explore and discover. Borobudur Temple, the largest Buddhist temple in the world which was built during the ancient Mataram kingdom, is a cultural and historical heritage of Indonesia which is famous for its architecture. The temple, which has a total of no less than 504 Buddha statues, represents images from the life of Buddha, located in Magelang, Central Java. Temple was abandoned in the 14th century and rediscovered in 1814, buried under volcanic ash. The restoration took eight years to complete and today Borobudur Temple is one of Indonesia and the world's most valuable treasures. You will certainly miss a great experience if you visit this enormous temple without learning about its history and importance and only after a visit you will understand why it is Indonesia's most visited tourist attraction and a famous icon of Indonesia's cultural heritage. Bunaken Marine Park is a UNESCO world heritage site. This Indonesian tourist spot which is located in North Sulawesi, Manado is famous for its underwater flora and fauna where you can enjoy the astonishing scenery that lies below with its clear waters and variety of marine life. There are 390 species of coral reefs and up to 2000 species of fish which are dominated by sea rocks. And while you are on Bali holiday you should benefit from 'vitamin sea.' One of the beaches that gets you feeling all Zen is Petitenget Beach located on the north coast of Mesari Beach Seminyak. The beach it's named after the temple of the same name, which is a hundred metres from the coast. The water of a color blue is an overwhelming feeling of calm and peace. The sand on this beach is more grayish than the other beaches in Bali and its waves are somewhat larger in size with strong undercurrents. The good thing is, if you don't like crowdedness, Petitenget is not as busy as Kuta or Legian. Swimming is allowed but only when it is low tide when the currents are not as strong as when high tide. Temples are wonderful places for exploring. There followers of the faith can gather to pray, sacrifice, perform rituals, or whatever else it may be that the religion might require. Located directly across from the Masceti beach, Masceti Petitenget Temple is built of red brick and sandstone, so it looks like an ancient temple. Up the dragon staircase is the temple’s vast courtyard, where a dozen different shrines and small pavilions draped in typical Balinese chequered cloths create an eerie and hallowed sight. The temple is known as a place to worship the God Wisnu. It is often used as a place to seek supernatural power. Many Hindus make Masceti temple a place of solitude and meditation. The Island of the Gods Bali is indeed a tourist paradise and shopping is high on many a traveller's to-do list. The Keranjang Bali is a shopping place that is relatively the newest on the island of Bali. The place has a unique architectural design, in the form of a giant basket. You can find a variety of traditional handicrafts from Balinese handicrafts, clothing and snacks, contemporary exterior and interior designs, so for those who like selfie photos, you can take pictures with the background of anti-mainstream places. One of the most delightful moments of a trip is souvenir shopping. It is fun to share pleasant memories of your trip with your friends and Keranjang Bali is the perfect place to buy souvenirs in Bali. If you want to enjoy your day in a modern and unique sport bar on the Island of Gods, visit Shooters bali. Here you can eat but also play games. They also provide a variety of interesting tourist attractions such as: ping-pong zone, billiard, arcade basketball, quoits, lawn balls, corn toss, cocktail arcade machine, ding dong, jenggala, nintendo, all are free of charge and except mini golf zone where you only need to pay a ticket of IDR 30,000. The food concept is more to fast food style food with foods such as hot dogs, burgers, french fries, pizza and others. Shooters are open from 11am till 12am everyday. If you want to try something different while in Bali, other than mountains, beaches, temples etc, you can experience an adventure to Pandora Escape Room Bali. You will be put in a room to solve the mystery choosing the level of difficulty, fear and physical activity that can happen and you will have to choose one of 4 stories such as Shutter Asylum, Alcatraz, Area 51 and Legend of El Dorado provided by the Pandora Escape room. You have to solve the mystery in approximately 120 minutes. There are many other escape rooms such as: Totem room escape, SOS from the deep, Escape room, Great Bali experience, House of traps waiting for you to discover them. Bali is not famous for its beaches but for many tourist attractions. Another tourist attraction is Museum 3D Interactive Art Museum called the I Am Bali 3D Museum, and is one of the largest 3D painting museums in Bali which opened in 2016. To enter this museum, you are required to take off your footwear, you can only wear socks so that the painting here is not dirty / damaged. The interactive museum has a collection of over 100 unique impressive artworks in 14 different categories spread over three levels, which provide a full-day of discovery and creativity with varying themes, painted by local Balinese artists. There are 5 Optical rooms and a Special Effect Room. Here you will definitely have fun. Very famous instagrammable spot in Bali, Handara Gate with its breathtaking view of green scenery and gigantic-exotic traditional Balinese gate makes it the perfect selfie. The beauty of the Bali Handara Gate is a special attraction, because the gate looks so beautiful and special among the green nature and beautiful gardens and the mountainous background in this area, the gate is even called the gate of heaven. If you want to visit the Bali Handara Gate photo spot, you will be charged an entrance ticket fee and is open every day from 06.00-19.00. Unforgettable beautiful photos can also be souvenirs that are no less interesting either for you or for relatives who want to see the place you are visiting. Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary is a tourist spot and protected forest inhabited by hundreds of monkeys macaques. The place is very sacred because of the hindu temples, Pura Dalem Agung Padangtegal that are still in use. Around the temple, you will find many monkeys passing there and here. The temple has unique architecture and was built using a special architecture with the image of the Bali Island of the Gods. The park is very mountainous, full of jungles, and contains a ravine with a rocky stream. Put valuables in the bag and if you want a photo, hold tightly to the camera. If you do not worry about the monkeys there will take your goods. The opening hours of Ubud Monkey Forest attractions start at 08:30 to 18:00 Bali time. The best time to visit the Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary is at 14:00. Bali is a tourist paradise for locals and travellers. One of the natural beauty attractions is Tegenungan Waterfall, one the most popular and visited waterfalls in Bali with a height of approximately 15 meters. To reach the waterfalls you can do it with a rented car and if you are not used to driving on roads that are somewhat damaged and small, look for car rental services in Bali with drivers . At the base of the waterfall you will find a small area like a pond. You can also see temples and water fountains that come from natural springs at the waterfalls. To reach the waterfall you need to descend hundreds of steps. For the entrance ticket, you will be charged IDR 15,000 / person. If you are interested in the history of Bali, a must visit is Tanah Lot Temple, a very important worship place in Bali. The temple's meaning is "Land in Sea" in the Balinese language and is located on top of an impressive rock overlooking the sea, with 3 acre size and reachable in a few minutes walking, being just 20 meters from the coastal shore. The temple is among the seven sea temples located in the coast of Bali and has been contained in Balinese mythology for centuries and is dedicated to the Goddess of the Sea. The temple is a great place to witness Bali's famous sunsets. There is an entrance fee of around $4. Accessing the top of the temple is restricted to the temple's priests and locals only. However, you can walk around the base of the temple and visit the small shrine. Tanah Lot temple was built back to 500 years ago by a Javanese priest and has been part of the Balinese mythology, venomous sea snakes are believed to guard the temple. If you are on a vacation with your childrens,you want a safe place for your kids, to have fun, learn about animals, and get a unique experience in Bali. There are 3 zoos: Bali Safari Marine Park, Bali Zoo Park Singapadu Gianyar and Bali Bird Park. Bali Zoo Gianyar has a collection of rare animals, Sumatran tigers, deer, camels, orangutans and kangaroos imported from Australia, ranging from white tigers, various types of reptiles, African lions, various types of birds that may be almost extinct and the most exciting thing, your kid will be happy to feed the deer, rabbits, take pictures with cute and adorable orangutans from 14.30 to 15.30, feeding wild animals such as tigers, and elephant riding tours. The Bali Zoo Park in Gianyar stands on an area of 14 hectares, filled with beautiful gardens, clean forest atmosphere, filled with towering tropical trees, shrubs and tall and dense grass. Traveling to Bali is not complete without buying a Bali souvenir. Krisna souvenir shop is the biggest and cheapest souvenir shopping paradise for souvenirs . The owner of Krisna's shop flourished with determination and intention. He is only a junior high school graduate. His name is Ajik Krisna alias Gusti Ngurah Anom, the culprit behind the success of the Krisna Souvenir shop. Krisna Bali is the most complete souvenir center by offering a variety of typical Balinese products including various forms of cartoon T-Shirt designs about Bali that are produced by yourself, unique, funny and interesting that cannot be found anywhere else. Apart from that, at Krisna there are also snacks, handicrafts, bed covers, knick-knacks, creative bags, silver, paintings, sculptures, plaits, and there are still many products made by Balinese craftsmen that are no less good. So when you go home, you have to limit the groceries for yourself. You can only stare anxiously and ask God for help when your fat suitcase is weighed whether it is overweight or not. The coastline of Kuta beach is covered in soft golden sand and the beachfront flanked with a long promenade dotted with cafes and myriad restaurants. Kuta Beach is the perfect opportunity for beginners surfers. Kuta beach was the first surfers beach in Bali in November, and today it is used by beginners. There are plenty of beginner schools where you will find skilled instructors along the beachside to teach you to surf safely, so that you won’t get hurt on some jagged coral if you wipe out. Sunset beach kuta beach is also famous for its sunsets. If rain is not exactly the meteorological phenomenon to which you carry an eternal love, then you might want to avoid the periods January-April and October-November. But don't worry, once you get to Bali and look at its fantastic rice terraces, it's very likely that you have no plans to return home. And if so, don't forget that the residence visa has a limit of only 30 days. Is it worth visiting? Definitely yes, at least just to satisfy a curiosity because there is a lot to say and experience in Bali, unique things that can only be found here. Share your thoughts with us ! 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