Fall In Love Again With Bali: Pop By These Hidden Gems Of Bali The Next Time You're On This Island

By Amina Fukeerbucus | 23, Jul, 2018
Fall In Love Again With Bali: Pop By These Hidden Gems Of Bali The Next Time You're On This Island

Bali, one of the most exciting and beautiful holiday spots on Earth. With its fine beaches, crystal clear water and dusty orange sunsets, Bali promises to embark its visitors on a roller coaster of surprises. However, if you're tired of the overcrowded places and looking for some adventure in great spots, time for you to discover the hidden gems of Bali.

1. Mende Hill

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If you're up to some adventure and looking forward to being away from the crowd, then the Mende Hill is a must on your bucket list. Situated near Subaya village, Mende Hill is not as known as other mountains and hills in Bali. Being relatively easy to climb, it will offer you a great time to replenish yourself and reconnect with nature. Mende Hill promises to offer adventure and scenic views to those who are willing to climb their way to its summit.

2. Campuhan Ridge Walk

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Time to reconnect with nature and cleanse your mind from the clutter of work and daily life. A walk through the Campuhan Ridge will revitalize your thoughts while making you admire what nature has to offer. Walk through the pathway while discovering the rice fields and huts along the way. Have a leisure walk through the fields while feasting your eyes of the simplicity of life and nature.

3. Marigold fields at Desa Temukus

An adventure worthy of a Disney movie. The Marigold fields at Desa Temukus will sway you into another dimension with its countless rows filled with blooming marigolds. The Marigold fields are cultivated and taken care of as they are used on a daily basis for Balinese prayer rituals. If you want to escape the noise of big cities and live a dream, then a trip to the marigold fields is a must. Just don't forget to seek permission before entering the fields.

4. Tukad Waterfall

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A real hidden cove in the luscious nature of Bali that will take you into another world. Situated in Jalan Tembuku, Tukad Waterfall has the reputation of being the best virgin waterfall in Bali. Encircled by cliffs, the Tukad Waterfall is a secret hide-out that requires a little bit of effort to be found. The uniqueness of the Tukad Waterfall is that it doesn't flow into a river or a stream, rather it falls down on the cliffs. Its beauty and wilderness will charm nature lovers. Its unworldly features will surely make your holidays take another turn.

5. High Cliff at Melasti beach

Now, you wouldn't want to miss this incredible spot. Located in the south of Bali in the village of Ungasan, the High cliff at Melasti beach has a reputation of being a quiet spot. Surrounded by a vibrant blue sea, the high cliff offers a panoramic view of the ocean. You're sure to find a quiet spot to read, meditate or just relax while being lulled by the sound of waves and the cool breeze. Escape all the worldly noise and connect to the ocean as you admire the villages standing at the feet of the cliff.

6. Angel's Billabong

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If you want to be in a quiet spot and be carried away by the melody of the waves, then Angel's Billabong will definitely charm you. With its natural pools and alluring colors, Angel's Billabong found in Nusa Penida is a relatively quiet spot, unlike most crowded beaches of Bali. Surrounded by canyon-like features, the Angel's Billabong is ideal for a swim during low tides and you will get to enjoy a very scenic view while being in the cool water. It's a spot you definitely don't want to miss during your next visit to Bali.

7. Natural Pool, Tembeling beach

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Away from the busy beaches and attractions of the island, you will find the natural pool at Tembeling Nusa Penida. Located in the heart of Tambling's forest, the Natural pool is a great relaxing spot for nature lovers. Enjoy a cool afternoon by the turquoise water of the pool while appreciating the tranquility that this calm spot offers.

8. Broken Sea

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Located in Nusa Penida, the Broken Sea also known as Pasih Uwug is an attraction that has mesmerized more than one. The Broken Sea's entrance looks like an arch-shaped by rock cliffs, which originally used to be a cave. This entrance now lets the sea water move freely in and out of the cave. Adventure lovers will definitely want to check out this cool spot with their own eyes and why not have a plunge into its turquoise water?

9. Bukit Asah Bugbug

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A true replica of paradise on earth. With a panoramic view of the sea and lush green nature all around, Bukit Asah Bugbug is a secret and quiet spot known to few. This place is ideal for outdoor lovers, whether you want to have an open-air picnic during the day or relax at night at the sound of the waves. Make sure to give a try to this amazing spot and capture moments that will last for a lifetime.

10. Floating house in Lake Batur

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Snorkeling lovers will definitely dive for it. The floating house is a peculiar attraction in the middle of the Lake Batur will certainly intrigue curious eyes. It is believed that it is an abandoned house which has been submerged by the river by still stands tall until today. You can go through a leisure ride on the lake or just go underwater and discover the new aquatic owners of the house.

Bali's definitely a place full of magic and mystery. Dive all over again into this beautiful island while discovering some new and exciting places. Just rewrite your bucket list and make sure you don't miss any of those amazing spots awaiting for you.

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