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Best places to visit in Bali

Kintamani is a little village at the foot of Mount Batur; a moment in nature beside a volcano!
Pemuteran is a peaceful fishing village in the extreme north west of Bali, which is particularly famous for the beauty of its sea beds and its vine covered hills.
A town nestled amongst rice fields, in the countryside and off the beaten track, Sideman is, in my opinion, a must see on the island of Bali.
A small village located in the west of the Balinese peninsula, Jatiluwih is a must-see stop for nature lovers !
Ubud (Indonesia)
Ubud is a small town in the centre of Bali that is famous for its special, zen, atmosphere, and where you'll find lots of cafes, restaurants and art galleries, and everything that forms part of Balinese culture.
Jimbaran (Indonesia)
Jimbaran is a seaside town south of Kuta, with a very big beach. There are lots of restaurants there that specialise in sea food.
Sanur is a calm, family orientated seaside resort on the east coast of Bali and a great base from which to visit the south and east of the island.
Munduk (Indonesia)
Munduk, a nature lover's paradise!
Teggallalang is a peaceful village which has become a noisy jam-packed tourist centre because of its rice paddy terraces. But it has to be said they are one of the most beautiful in the country. 
Tirta Gangga is a small village in the east of Bali in which the Water Palace is found, a collection of ponds surrounded by gardens, built in the 50s by the inheritor of the kingdom of Karangasem.
Padangbai (Indonesia)
A harbour town that, despite its charm and activities, is often overlooked or ignored by tourists. It tends to attract divers and solo travellers. 
Amed (Indonesia)
A stop known to divers, Amed is a small pleasant town in which to spend a few days and relax to the sound of the guitar.
A little village by Bratan Lake, to the north of Bali, Bedugal is home to a temple as well as a resort and aquatic park.
Pura Besakih, or the Mother Temple, is the biggest Hindu temple on Bali. It is in a wonderful setting, 1,000 metres up the sides of Mount Agung, with 23 temples spread over 6 terraces.
Gilimanuk is on the east side of Bali and mostly known because it is the departure port for Java.
Nusa Lembongan, between beach and mangrove.
A little island off Bali that is unknown to most tourists (and all the better for it!) If you want something off the beaten path, where you can meet the local population but also go diving, then this is for you. 
Situated at 500m south of Denpasar, Serangan Island is famous for its turtles and temple.
Tabanan is a region and a city in the centre of the island of Bali. The region stretches from the coast in the south to Lake Beratan in the north.
Tenganan, the island's oldest village with its customs nearly intact.
A prized destination amongst divers, notably due to the famous wreck lying directly offshore from the beach. 
Uluwatu is on Bali's southern point and the main reason people go there is to visit the temple perched on the cliff.
Attention nature lovers! Candikuning is your gateway to the Pura Ulun Danu Beratan temple and the Bali Botanic Garden.
Legian (Indonesia)
Bali - the party island! Legian is a few kilometres from the main town and is tending to gradually become an extension of Kuta.
Once a town in its own right, nowadays Seminyak is a trendy suburb of Kuta.
The Pura Tanah Lot is a Hindu temple built on an islet in Bali.
A fishing village that's been turned into a money-making machine. A typical example of tourism gone wrong. 
Lovina is in the north of Bali and tourists go there for the black sand beaches and trips to see the dolphins.
Celuk is a village located between Denpasar and Ubud in Bali. The village is considered as the centre of gold- and silver-smithery on the island.
Denpasar is the main city of Bali island, it is to and from here that domestic and international flights land and take off.
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