Visa Bali Info – “Island of the Gods” this term arose not only because of its population, which is dominated by Hindus who worship various gods, but also because of the many wonders and unparalleled natural beauty that this island has.
These extraordinary natural wonders seem to convince us that in ancient times the gods had actually stopped to set foot on the island of Bali.
Here is the natural beauty of Bali that you will find when you visit Bali, the Island of the Gods.
Melasti Beach Cliff (Ungasan)
It doesn’t feel right to go to Bali without visiting the beach. There are many beaches in Bali, but what we will review this time is melasti beach.
One of the most charming beaches on the southern coast of the Island of the Gods is often overlooked by tourists. Usually, those who often visit here are photographers who want to capture the beauty of the rock formations and towering cliffs.
Melasti Beach we mean here is located in the Ungasan area, not the beach of the same name which is more popular and is located near Tanah Lot.
Every time it rains, from the cliff walls that frame this beach will appear spectacular “waterfalls” that rush into the sand before ending in the sea.
Entrance Ticket : IDR 15,000
Location: No.8, Gg. VIII, Ungasan, South Kuta, Badung Regency, Bali 80234.
Kanto Lampo Waterfall
The calm atmosphere in the midst of beautiful nature and the sound of gurgling water really relaxes the body and mind.
Kanto Lampo Waterfall is the right destination to visit, for those of you who are looking for tranquility and want to unwind.
The uniqueness of this waterfall is that if normally the waterfall will produce a roar when it blends with the springs below, Kanto Lampo actually presents a calm flow of water on a sloping cliff through the terraced rocks.
In addition to the charm of the waterfall, still in the same area you can also find a cave. It is said that this 3m long cave was used as a place of discussion by the invaders.
Entrance Ticket: IDR 15,000 per person
Location : Beng, Kec. Gianyar, Gianyar Regency, Bali 80581
Operating Hours: 24 hours
Tamblingan Lake and Buyan Lake
The calm atmosphere is felt because there is no use of motorized boats in these two lakes. Local people use small boats called “pedahu” for fishing.
natural beauty that is still very natural calm and peaceful these two volcanic lakes are located close to each other, only separated by a stretch of green forest as far as one kilometer.
Location: Munduk, Banjar, Buleleng Regency, Bali.
The stretch of white sand, the color of the blue sea water, and the clear sky really make this place a real paradise on earth. The white karst cliffs that are shaped like gemstones add to the beauty of this place.
Entrance Ticket: IDR 5,000
Location : Pejukutan, Nusa Penida, Klungkung Regency, Bali 80771.
Operational Hours : 08.00 – 18.00
Tirta Ujung Bathing Pool
It is located in the middle of the rice fields, you need to walk through the rice fields as far as 100m. But when he arrived at the bathing pool, the atmosphere immediately felt cool because it was surrounded by lush trees.
An unspoiled place with clear springs and affordable prices will make you feel at home for long here.
Entrance Ticket : IDR 2,000
Location : Jl. Karangasem – Seraya, Karangasem, Kec. Karangasem, Karangasem Regency, Bali 80811.
Operational Hours : 08.00 – 17.30
Teletubbies Hill in Nusa Penida
This name was obtained because at first glance the scenery here resembles green hills where the characters of the adorable children’s television series Teletubbies live.
The best time to visit Teletubbies Hill is during or after the rainy season, when the grass and plants on this hill grow lush and green so that it covers the entire surface of the hill just like in the world of Teletubbies.
Location : Tanglad, Nusa Penida, Klungkung Regency, Bali 80771.
There are still many natural beauty of Bali that you can visit in addition to our review above, hopefully the reviews above can provide information for those of you who want to spend your holiday on the Island of the Gods, Bali.