The Pura Luhur Uluwatu, one of Bali’s nine major Hindu temples, is located on the Bukit Peninsula near the island’s southern extremity.
It is Bali’s largest resort region on the north coast, and is well renowned for its 5-mile beach of black volcanic sand.
Tanah Lot is one of the most famous temples on the island, perched atop a cliff and surrounded by the open sea, which crashes at its base.
Mount Batur is located among one of Bali’s most stunning vistas, while not being the highest point on the island.
This temple is the Most Famous Instagramable Spot in Bali. From Lempuyang Temple we can enjoyed the view for Mount Agung
Nusa Penida, Lembongan, and Ceningan are three places that are not on Bali’s main island but are nonetheless considered part of Bali.