5 things to do in Badung Bali

There is no surprise in the fact that a vacation to Bali is in the bucket list of many travel lovers and wanderlust souls. After all, being an amazing combination of archaeological masterpieces, exquisite art markets, serene beaches, happening night clubs, spiritual temples and mouth – watering, Bali is nothing less than just perfect. Badung is a regency of Bali province which is located at a distance of around 15 kms from the capital of Bali province.

  1. Visit Dreamland Beach

Surrounded by towering cliffs and covered with a blanket of white dazzling sand, when at Dreamland Beach the visitors can relax and lie down in the clean sand to just enjoy the beauty of the beach. If interested, you can go for a go for a good swim in the azure waters of the beach or even try your hand at surfing as the waves here are especially great for the sport. The stunning sunset views come as bonus points.

  1. Visit Nungnung Waterfall


Located at an altitude of over 900 metres above sea level, you can witness water falling in a swift stream from a height of around 50 metres here. The natural beauty of the surroundings, the crashing sound of water falling and the fresh air flowing around, will be a treat for the different senses of your body. Visiting this exceptionally gorgeous place is one of the top 5 things to do in Badung, especially if you are a nature lover.

  1. Visit Uluwatu Temple

Built in the 11th century during the reign of King Sri Haji Marakata, the temple till date stands tall and majestic on a rock as high as 97 metres jutting into the middle of the ocean. When here, you can not only have a spiritual experience but also witness the beautiful view of the Indian Ocean or watch the sun setting down. There is also an open stage where Kecak dance show is organised for the visitors.

  1. Visit Vihara Dharmayana


Built in the year 1876, this is considered as one of the oldest Buddhist temples in Bali. It is visited more and more by foreign tourists, especially the ones belonging from Korea and Taiwan. Every year, in order to commemorate the Chinese New Year, the temple holds a grand celebration. There are even Lion Dance or Barongsai and Dragon Dance or Naga Liong performances.

  1. Visit Ground Zero Monument

The monument was built to commemorate the tragedy of the attacks in Kuta on October 12, 2002. Every year, a large number of people from Bali as well as other countries, gather at the monument to pay remembrance for the Bali bomb tragedy. The monument has a simple yet elegant architecture made from carved stones and has a huge marble plaque with the name and nationalities of those killed in the attack.   

Does reading about these exciting things to do in Badung Bali make you want to prepone your vacation? If yes, then think no more and book one of the Bali holiday packages from India all inclusive as soon as possible.

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