Bali sights - what to see

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  • Sari Club Memorial

    This memorial is installed on the site of the Sari Club destroyed as a result of the terrorist attack in 2002. Then 202 people died here, including foreign tourists. This is a place of memory, where flowers are brought today.

    🕐 Working hours: around the clock.

    💵 Entrance fee / tickets price: free of charge.

    🚶 How to get there: the memorial is located on the central street of Kuta Jalan Legian (Memorial on the map).

  • Waterbom Park Water Park

    Waterbom Park is not exactly a classic water park, as we are used to seeing them. This is a huge green area with a park, swimming pools, recreation areas, entertainment, and numerous open-air water slides. Perhaps, in terms of the "steepness" of the slides, it is inferior to some European water parks, but in terms of organization and conditions, the number of other entertainment and recreation areas, it is no worse. True, the prices here correspond to the level of European ones, and a rest with the whole family will not be cheap.

    🌐 Website:

    🕐 Working hours: from 09:00 to 18:00.

    💵 Entrance fee / tickets price: there are one-day and two-day tickets (passes), there are no tickets for half a day or several hours. The cost starts from 315,000 rupees for children from 2 to 11 years old; children over 11 years old and adults – 442,00 rupees. There are family packages that come out cheaper. See all prices on the official website.

    🚶 How to get there: The water park is located in the southern part of Kuta opposite the Discovery Mall (water park on the map).

  • Pura Masceti Petitenget Temple

    Masceti Petitenget or Pura Petitenget is an important Hindu temple. It often hosts various religious ceremonies, which will be very interesting for tourists to watch. But even without ceremony, this is a very interesting and beautiful place.

    🕐 Working hours: during daytime.

    💵 Entrance fee / tickets price: free of charge.

    🚶 How to get there: The water park is located in the southern part of Kuta opposite the Discovery Mall (temple on the map).

  • Jimbaran Fish Market

    Jimbaran Fish Market (also Kedonganan Fish Market) is the place where most of the seafood gets to the famous fish restaurants on Jimbaran Beach and other resort areas of the island. Despite the fact that the market is located almost in the tourist heart of Bali, it is still very colorful and traditional. Tourists are recovering here in order to plunge into this flavor and look at the shelves of unusual inhabitants of the depths of the sea. If you wish, you can buy fresh seafood here, which will be prepared for you, but still it is more of a wholesale market, so they are reluctant to bargain with tourists here.

    🕐 Working hours: the market is open mainly in the morning, from 6 am to noon.

    💵 Entrance fee / tickets price: free of charge.

    🚶 How to get there: located in the northern part of the beach and Jimbaran district, it can only be reached by taxi or rented transport (market on the map)

  • Ulu Watu Temple

    Pura Luhur Ulu Watu is one of the most popular tourist and beautiful temples in Bali. Rather, it is not so much the temple itself that is beautiful as its location: it is built on a high rocky cliff on the shore. The temple itself is a very important place for local believers, and consists of the territory itself and a small inner sacred temple, where non-Hindus are not allowed access. But even so, tourists have a lot to see here. It is best to come here in the evening to meet the sunset from the observation deck from the height of the cliff, and then stay for the traditional performance of the Kecak Dance.

    🕐 Working hours: from 08:00 to 19:00.

    💵 Entrance fee / tickets price: entrance to the temple is 30,000 rupees, the Kecak dance show is 100,000 rupees.

    🚶 How to get there: the temple is located in the south of Bali on the Bukit Peninsula (temple on the map). You can only get here by taxi or rented transport. Sightseeing tours are also offered here from Kuta and other tourist areas.

  • Pasifika Museum

    Pasifika Museum is a large museum with a collection of works of art of the peoples of the Pacific Ocean (hence the name of the museum). The museum is really big, and in the collection there are more than 600 paintings by 200 authors from 25 countries of the Pacific basin. Mostly works of contemporary art are presented, but you can not only enjoy them, but also learn a lot from the history and culture of Indonesia. In general, the museum is definitely worth a visit, especially if you stay in the Nusa Dua area, where it is located, but it is quite difficult to get here from other areas.

    🕐 Working hours: daily from 10:00 to 18:00.

    💵 Entrance fee / tickets price: 100,000 rupees.

    🚶 How to get there: located in the resort area of Nusa Dua in the south of Bali (museum on the map). The museum can be reached by minibus in the area, from other resort areas you can only get there by rented transport or taxi.

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