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If you want to experience the best of tropical climates, Bali, Indonesia should be your next travel destination. It is not by chance that Bali was named the world’s best travel destination in 2017 by the Trip Advisor Traveler’s Choice awards. From spectacular beaches to historical sites, Bali offers some of the most wholesome travel experiences. Below are top 3 spots you should visit while in Bali.

  1. Pura Tanah Lot

The Pura Tanah Lot is an iconic seaside temple set on a rocky islet. It is the most sacred seaside temple in Bali. The sunset behind the temple is very evocative. You will find a lot of tourists there watching one of the most impressive sunset sights they have ever seen. Foreigners are not allowed into the temple, but they can walk around it and take photos.

Respectful dressing while visiting any of the seaside temples is the norm. You can get a sarong and sash locally, to put over your respectful wear while visiting the temple. The Pura Tanah Lot dates back to the 16th century and is believed to have been built by local fishermen.

  1. Bali Rice Terraces

Tegallalang and Jatiluwih are two of the most popular Rice Terraces in Bali. These rice fields are beautiful. Tourists and photographers troop to the rice field to experience the lush landscapes. You cannot go to Bali and fail to get to one of these rice fields. The workmanship involved in making the terraces is incredible too. The rice fields are a work of art, as much as they are for food production.

Jatiluwih rice fields cover 600 hectares of land. The rice terraces are constructed on the slopes of the Batukaru mountain range. The “subak” is a traditional irrigation and water conservation system used in these rice fields. The 9th-century system is recognized by UNESCO as one of the most efficient.

  1. Pura Ulun Danu Bratan

You will most likely never find a more picturesque scene than a sunrise or sunset over the Pura Ulun Danu Bratan. The Pura Ulun Danu Bratan is a temple complex on an island on lake Bratan’s western shore. The iconic grass-thatched temples reflect on the clear waters of the lake to provide incredible scenery.  You could explore the lake with a canoe, and see some more grass-thatched shrines. It is common to find tourists mesmerized by one of the most overwhelming sights they have ever set their eyes on, at the Pura Ulun Danu Bratan.

A Place to Stay

Bali, Indonesia is a very popular tourist destination. There are plenty of places to stay. You will be spoilt for choice. VRBO has a great comparison platform for the various places available in Bali.