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[ENG] 20 BEST BALI INSTAGRAM SPOTS


20 BEST BALI INSTAGRAM SPOTS

There is no doubt that Bali is one of the most photogenic islands in the world. Amazing waterfalls, mountains, rice paddies, palm trees and crystal-blue ocean make this place a favorite holiday spot. Bali is a destination so captivating that it is no wonder why so many travelers are left endlessly charmed. 

There are so many places in Bali that literally scream #vacationgoals and #instaworthy! And while I don’t believe in the idea of travelling just for the pictures, I do believe everyone wants to capture beautiful moments and have amazing photos to look back on.
This is why I decided to create a list of my top spots in Bali to help guide you on your journey. Hope you enjoy it!

P.S. Don’t forget to follow me on Instagram | @beatarasiuk

1. TEGALALANG RICE TERRACES, UBUD

The most popular Rice Terraces in Bali located close to Ubud. They are absolutely lush and beautiful. Tegalalalang Rice Fields are huge part of Balinese culture and one of the most popular tourist attractions. I really enjoyed walking up and down the terraces, catching the rising sun and having a morning coffee overlooking this stunning view.

I recommend to visit this place very early morning (sunrise is the best!;) before it gets crowded.


2. LOVE BALI SIGN, UBUD

That’s pretty funny that a simple metal sign became so famous. I probably wouldn’t go there if it was far away but apparently it lays amongst the Tegalalang Rice Terraces. So if you’re heading that way, you should definitely stop by.
      


3. CAMPUHAN RIDGE WALK, UBUD

My favourite place to take a morning walk in Bali. I came there every day when I stayed in Ubud and never got bored. It’s also a perfect spot for photography lovers and it’s one of the top Bali Instagram spots.


4. TUKAD CEPUNG

Tukad Cepung Waterfall is a magnificent waterfall within a small cave system. The light shafts coming from the cave opening creates a truly magical atmosphere. It is one of the most unusual waterfalls I have ever seen. If you came very early in the morning, you might even get this spot to yourself.


5. HANDARA & RESORT BALI GATES, BEDEGUL

I would never say that one of the most photogenic gates in Bali is the entrance to a…golf course. Hardara Golf & Resort is located in the North of Bali around the Bedugul area. I passed through this place early morning on the way to the waterfalls and I had the whole place for myself. Although later that day on the way back I saw a tent with a security guard at the entrance charging for the tickets so be prepared to pay an entrance fee.


6. WANAGIRI HIDDEN HILLS BALI SWING, MUNDUK

If you don’t want to spend about 40$ for a day trip to most famous swing located in Ubud, I would suggest you to check out Wanagiri Hidden Hills. This stunning spot is getting more and more popular because of its dreamy vibe and… the price. Entrances range from 20,000 – 40,000 IDR per person. My friend negotiated a price 20,000 IDR for all attractions including a nest, a swing and a bamboo lookout.



7. LA BRISA BALI, CANGGU

La Brisa a pretty new bar in Canggu. I’m not a big fan of the parties and bars but this place stole my heart. It is truly magical and nautical, boatwood vibes and prime location overlooking the waves of Echo Beach make it a perfect sunset spot.

La Brisa serves mainly seafood, tropical juices, wines and beers. You are required to spend at least 150 000 IDR per person for dine in. However, if the weather doesn’t permit, then there is no minimum payment. In my opinion, the prices are a bit exaggerated but the view like this it’s worth every penny!
      



8. CAFÉ ORGANIC, CANGGU

If you’re looking for the Instagrammable cafe in Bali, Café Organic is your spot. This place is full of surfers, insta models, and any celebrities visiting Bali. It’s super cozy, spacious and offers one of the best breakfasts in Bali. My favourites are smoothie bowls and cocktails.



9. LOCAL FRUIT MARKETS

Fruit markets are the most colorful places in Bali. You can find them on almost every corner and buy some local fruits and veggies. They are usually cheaper than in supermarkets, super yummy and they look amazing in the pictures!


10. T-REX ISLAND & KELINGKING BEACH, NUSA PENIDA

T-Rex Island is framed by towering, steep cliffs, turquoise blue waters further embraced by white sand. It’s absolutely my favourite place in Nusa Penida.
I recommend visiting from 7 to 9 AM. The first tourists, coming by boat on a Nusa Penida Tour will start arriving from 9 AM.


11. THE RUMAH POHON TREEHOUSE, NUSA PENIDA

One of the most magical treehouses I’ve ever seen in my life. My childhood dream about having a treehouse came true (at least for a couple of minutes).  <3



12. ATUH BEACH, NUSA PENIDA

Atuh Beach is a white-sand beach that is great for a swim. On top of the cliff is the view for amazing Diamond Beach. This is one of those beaches you will only see on postcards. However it’s not recommended for swimming because of many rocks and corals in the waves.


13. CRYSTAL BAY

If you want to swim, snorkel or just relax on Penida, Crystal Bay is your place! Hanging around for a sunset is definitely worth the wait. If you’re lucky enough to get some colours, it will be one of your lasting memories on Nusa Penida!


14. ENTRANCE TO W HOTEL, SEMINYAK

This path discovered my friend from Bali and it turned out it’s the entrance to W Hotel in Seminyak. It’s all bamboo and it looks really impressive, isn’t it?;)


15. BALI’S MOST FAMOUS TEMPLE, MUNDUK

This temple complex, called Temple Pura Ulun Danu Bratan, is built at the Tamblingan Lake. The temple and lake are surrounded by mountains scenery which makes it super picturesque. I wasn’t very lucky with the weather. As soon as I got there it started raining so I didn’t take any nice pictures but I watched the praying ceremony and had a chat with locals which was awesome.

Check some pictures on Instagram to see how beautiful this place is.


16. BANYUMALA WATERFALL MUNDUK

Banyumala twin waterfall is located between Munduk and the main highway from Singaraja to Denpasar. Despite its incredible natural beauty, Banyumala waterfall it’s not so popular as Gitgit waterfall. Although it’s not a secret waterfall in Bali, if you’re lucky you will have the whole place to yourself as so few tourists make the effort to visit.


17. GIT GIT WATERFALL, MUNDUK

The Gitgit waterfall it’s a bit different than other waterfalls in Bali. I would say it’s more mysterious, pretty narrow and surrounded by trees and rocks formations. It consists of three waterfalls of different heights – the first one being Twin Waterfall, the second one is a continuation of the Twin Waterfall and is sixty meters high, the third waterfall is known as the Waterfall Story. Visitors are allowed to swim in the cool waters of the pool to relax after a picturesque hike to the waterfall.

The entrance fee is IDR 5000, which isn’t too bad!


18. ROADS IN BALI

There are many roads in Bali that look fabulous. Just rent a scooter and enjoy the view of palm trees, blue sky and impressive temples.



 19. KERAMAS BEACH 

We usually think of white sand when we imagine a perfect beach, but this place offers something different. The volcanic black coloured sand contrasting agaist the blue  ocean water. Icredible! You will also find many palm trees that look even better from a drone perspective. 


20. PURA LEMPUANG TEMPLE

Last but not least, it’s the temple I haven’t seen yet but looks spectacular in the pictures. Look at this! I hope I’ll visit it when I am in Bali next time.  


Let me know if you have any other Bali Instagram recommendations, comment below. Have fun and enjoy one of my very favorite islands!

xo,
Bea

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