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Indonesia is the country of islands. For tourists it has always been the place of great interest. Bali is one of the most alluring islands of Indonesia because of its waterfalls in deep forest, exotic temples, volcanic mountains and ancient culture. Tanah Lot, a temple with artistic water view is one of the most visited places in Bali. Similarly other places such as Goah Gajah and Uluwatu are also on the top of the list.
Bali Safari and Marine Park is also a best option to go with your family and see the nature with naked eyes. But if you are one of those people who have already visited these places in Bali and now you want to discover fun and peace together then there is good news for you. There are many spots in Bali which are least discovered by tourists. If you are kind of an adventurous soul you can visit these places in Bali and have peace and nature together without being bothered by crowd. So this blog is all about those secret beaches and undiscovered resorts which you are searching for.
East Bali, PengliPuran Village If you love greenery and fond of enjoying the ethnicity of different cultures then this is the best place for you. It is a community based tourist’s spot and its traditional houses and traditional furniture make it different from other places in Bali. Be ready for the hospitality of those people who are still using old ways of living their life. That place will give you a break from the technology dependent life and show you how peaceful it is to live life with natural ways.
Nusa Penida It is located at the south east of Bali. This place is so majestic and fortunately less crowded. This island resort will give you a chance to experience an incredible island life. Mesmerizing waterfalls, mystical temples, birds’ sanctuary and white sandy beaches with turquoise water makes this place look paradise on this planet. If you love beaches but not crowd then must visit there.
Tirta Gangga and Taman Ujung Water Palaces If you are kind of person who prefers to visit historical places than natural sites? If yes, then do add Tirta Gangga and Taman Ujung Water Palaces in your list. Tirta Ganga is actually a former royal palace also known as water palace. Fascinating history of Taman Ujung represents the old architect from early 10th to early 20th century. You won’t return back without getting impressed by the skills and creativity of those who constructed all that without advance technology and machinery.