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HERE A COMPLETE packing list :

What kind of trip you’re about to embark on whether it’s trekking a mountain, or inter-railing Europe, so we’ve tried to include items that cater to every kind of trip!

When it comes to packing, the best way to pack a backpack is to save space. Our top tip is to fold your clothes efficiently. Remember: Heavy stuff at the bottom, stuff that leaks goes in plastic bags and things you’ll need as soon as you arrive at your destination (like toiletries) at the top. Roll your clothes up rather than fold them if it takes up less room.

This guide will also work for suitcases for air travel too, not just backpacks. Don’t forget anything – and happy travelling!

Here’s a quick rundown of the main essentials to pack before you leave the house:

  • Passport
  • Phone charger / portable phone charger
  • Money
  • EU adapters
  • Flip flops (for the hostel bathrooms)
  • Water bottle
  • Socks
  • Underwear
  • sleepers
  • Medicines / painkillers
  • Any paperwork you may need

In Editor point of view some more essentials things to carry:

Travel Pillow


Eye Mask

Disinfecting Wipes


Emergency Breakout Fix

Travel Wallet

Rain Gear

A Copy of Your Passport and an Extra Photo

Blanket Scarf

Noise Cancelling Headphones

Moisturizing Products

A Spare Change of Clothes

Gear Ties

Paracable Lightning Cable

Lip Balm

Things To Know When we Travel Abroad

  • a language barrier : Travelling somewhere you need to know some basic word for that region so that it will help little bit .
  • cell service : the lack of creature comforts like reliable cell service are all things you have to think about when planning an international trip.
  • a portable charger : never leave without my portable battery charger.
  • an RFID-blocking passport case : put passport in a case that has an RFID blocker so it can’t get scanned and my info won’t be stolen.
  • Jet lag tablets : Take one during take-off, every two hours (when you wake up if you fell asleep), and at landing.
  • a waterproof phone case : bring a waterproof phone case if I am going to a beach destination or know I will be doing activities around water.
  • A money belt : Not the most fashionable travel accessory, money belts have the reputation of being lame or silly. But if you’re looking for a way to keep your valuables safe and out of sight during a vacation.
  • some protein chocolates carry if you need so.

Here’s my must have Carry-On Travel Essentials: Details

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What to Pack for Flights: Carry-on Essentials

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“How do you survive such a long flight?!” is perhaps the questions I’m asked most.

In my opinion, your comfort on a flight begins with how you pack your carry-on luggage. Inside contains everything that will help you pass time and stay comfortable.

After an airline lost my luggage last year I created a rather complicated carry-on routine, but for the past few months, I made a conscious decision to improve my habits and minimise my bag.

Now, my in-flight essentials can be thrown together in just a few minutes and suits both the domestic traveller or international long-haul flyer. Here are the items I pack.

Here’s my must have Carry-On Travel Essentials:

A comfortable flight begins with being prepared. Here's my ultimate list of carry-on travel essentials, and a handy packing list to help! | #TravelTips #PackingList


When you aren’t flying, it’s a smart looking day-bag with plenty of space for the office or study.

Travel Wallet – Something to fit all your cards, multiple currencies and – maybe – your passport.

Large purses are still on trend right now, so many stores should stock larger models which will easily allow you to slip your passport into for safe keeping!

Cash, bank cards – If you leave these at home you might not be smiling!

Passport, ID – Enough said. (I use a  Passport Cover for extra protection and the perfect place to store loyalty cards or back up travel money cards!)

Phone (and charger) – I have an iPhoneX which I love (or should that be iLove?) but I never leave home without a good charger because, let’s face it, the battery life is pretty average when you are snapping and shooting your holidays!

Should you forget the charger, be sure to ask someone at the hotel’s concierge. You never know who left a charger behind and didn’t claim it… More on my favourite portable charger below!

Travel Documents – I like to print out all my documents and store them in a folder or plastic pocket as a backup should something go wrong. For my current trip,


Long flights are taxing, so stay comfy with these easy to store items.
I pack all of this, plus one extra outfit and some extra underwear, inside a packing cube to keep it neat and save space. Trust me, if you lose your suitcase you’ll be thankful you have these few items!

Onboard Suitcase – I don’t know about you but lugging a heavy carry-on bag around the airport drives me mad and just adds to the shoulder or back pain (something you don’t want when you’re embarking on a 5 or 15+ hour flight!)

Flats, thongs/flip flops – Take your feet out and relax but remember to bring socks or slip-on shoes in case you want to go to the bathroom!

I usually wear my Minnetonka moccasins onto the plane because they’re lightweight and easy to slip off during security, but as a back-up, I keep a pair of Havaianas in my hand luggage for convenience onboard (and for any potential swimming or beach stops!)

Socks – For your comfort and sanitary reasons, keep some socks on your feet in flight.

Scarf – Planes temperatures fluctuate and they’re either extremely hot or cold. If they’re cold, there’s nothing better than cuddling up in a scarf. Bonus, it can be used as a pillow, eye mask or blanket!

Cardigan, jumper – Same reasons as a scarf. Cuddle up in a nice jumper and keep away from those germy travel blankets! Cardigans are also a nice lightweight alternative to your jacket and can be worn in all weather conditions!
I LOVE Country Road’s range of cardigans and am wearing

Track pants – For long-haul flights, I always bring a pair of track pants or pajama bottoms. Keeps your day clothes from getting wrinkled and smelly, and you stay comfortable in-flight.

Sunglasses – Especially great if you’ve had an overnight flight to somewhere sunny,


Even on long-haul flights some airlines don’t provide you with any entertainment option or offer limited or modified programs. Bring your own items to keep yourself occupied, especially if you aren’t a big sleeper!

Headphones – After a long search for the perfect travel headphones I think I have found them. I’ve been using Bose headphones for the last four-or-so years and love them.

I was a massive fan of their earlier model (the Bose QC25s) and was skeptical about upgrading to their newer cordless + Bluetooth model, but grateful I did! They are perfect for travel and everyday life.

Being cordless (they do come with a cord to use if the battery runs out or if there are issues connecting to a device with Bluetooth) means you don’t have to worry about tangles, they’re easy to sleep in on planes (and I regularly do), perfect for working out in, and the sound is just superb; I feel like I’ve got surround sound all the time!

My only gripe is that you do need to bring the cable and connector to be able to use these with in-flight entertainment systems, and some of the older systems can be a bit funny finicky about them.

iPad, tablet, Kindle – I’m going to be honest here: prior to 2018, I used to travel with my iPad, Microsoft surface tablet or Kindle/eReader all the time, but with the increasing size of phones

Regardless, I am a big fan of downloading a few books, a podcast or two, and some Netflix or Stan (an Australia streaming platform) episodes to watch onboard on whichever device I do choose to travel with.

Laptop – As I work when I travel, my MacBook Pro comes with me everywhere I go. Be sure to invest in a good protective case, like the Herschel Supply Co. case I have, or a good bag to store it in; there’s been one too many occasions I’ve had ham-handed security drop my laptop and the thick padding has saved my laptop from being broken beyond repair.

Notebook & pen – I’m old school. I love having a notebook and pen in my bag. The notebook is great for when my phone or tablet runs out of battery, writing down emails or phone numbers of new friends or for writing notes. The pen is handy in any situation, especially when it comes to filling in landing cards!

I love these travel-themed notebooks by Rifle Paper Co. or a plain black A5 Moleskine notebook.

Books & magazines – While tablets and Kindle‘s save on space, there is nothing like the feel (and smell) of a printed book. I usually try to bring one with me on every trip.

If I’m on a long-haul flight you’ll always find some magazines in my bag for when I’m too tired to read a novel. If you know you’re going away soon, save some back issues of your favourite mags to ensure you have plenty to read. I usually try to save a few editions of Luxury Travel MagazineHarvard Business Review or Time (Trust me, the articles are fascinating!) If I need something a little lighter, you can’t beat some celebrity goss with Famous.

Portable battery charger – Stay powered up wherever you go!Portable Power Banks. Lightweight (218g), sturdy, they come with two USB slots, which means I can share it with my travel buddy. Pay the few extra dollars for the 10,000mAh. It charges my iPhone 5-6 times before it needs recharging.

Camera – Keep your camera secure and pack it in your carry-on, no matter the size.
DSLR’s can be considered bulky and heavy; if you’re looking for a camera that’s a smaller size, consider an Olympus OM-D or, for video lovers, try a GoPro HERO7 


Planes and climate changes can sap the moisture from your skin so it’s super important to hydrate!
Don’t forget to pack it in a suitable clear TSA approved make-up bag.

Lip balm – Pucker up and use a hydrating lip balm on your travels.

Roll-on deodorant –  keep spotting travel-size aerosol deodorants but there is nothing worse than choking on the fumes when spraying it on in the tiny airplane bathrooms.

Hair ties & brush – Is it just me or does your hair go either full-on banshee or static and frizzy after a flight? To look your best, pack the pint-sized Tangle Teezer and some hair ties in your carry-on. Even with my long thick hair, the Tangle Teezer makes easy work of knots and frizz, before flight.

Toothbrush & toothpaste – I don’t think I need to explain why I’ve included this one (if I do, try smelling someone’s breath after a 15-hour flight – ew!)
If you don’t want to pack a toothbrush & paste (some airlines still give them to you on the plane), consider packing some Listerine Pocket Cool Mints. These tiny wafers dissolve on your tongue and will leave your breath minty fresh.

Make-up – Keep it simple! Onboard I bring the bare essentials which allow me to pull off a day or night look, just in case of delays.

Face wipes – Airplanes are one of the few places where you can skimp on the full face cleansing routine and go with the easy makeup wipe option. .

Rollerball perfume – I smell pretty average after a long-haul flight thanks to the passage of time and all that stale air. To mask any funky odours, I have a discrete rollerball stored in my bag.

Dry shampoo – I’m not a fan of dry shampoo (okay, I haven’t tried it but nothing can beat a shower) when travelling


Those little things that can go a long way!

Tissues – Snotty noses, mopping up messes, and able to write your number on to pass to cute guys… yep, tissues are essentials!

Dettol Sanitising Wipes – These are one of my holy grail items and I take them everywhere, both at home and abroad.

Wipe down dirty tables, sanitise cuts or scrapes, or just clean sticky hands. In Singapore and Malaysia, you can use these – or a packet of tissues – to ‘reserve’ a seat in Hawker Halls. Buy them in bulk and keep a few packets in your luggage as back up.

Pandol/Tylenol – Headaches, muscle aches, and a myriad of other reason. It’s not fun trying to ask where the pharmacy is when your head or body is hurting.

Vitamins, Melatonin – Stay healthy and remember to pack these into your suitcase or hand luggage. If you struggle with jet lag, speak to your Doctor about getting melatonin (you want to source it from a compound pharmacy because regular pharmacies melatonin tablets contain only a small amount per capsule).

Foldable Water Bottle – Tiny airplane cups that create land waste, be gone! I’ve been alternating between my Vapur foldable water bottle and slightly more fancy and durable Swell water bottle for a while now and love both!

Also, great for saving money on bottled water if you’re going to be doing some adventure activities or city sightseeing, or when hiking as Vapur folds down to such a tiny size and Swell can handle being jostled around for hours!

Snacks – 15 hours is a LONG time to survive on only airplane food. Bring your own snacks from home to keep your tummy happy.

What’s in my bag

Bali : an adventure Island

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Hi , I’m subham .welcome to

Besides being one of my all-time favorite palace in the world “Bali” amazing why! I m here to guide you to the world famous adventure palace where you will feel like an island of movie Tarzan.

And I m sure , in this blog

I would make you feel the same adventure and fun as i felt .

Bali an island which is known as the ‘Island of the Gods’ is one of the most beautiful places on earth. surrounded by azure seas and edged with golden beaches . if you are looking for a beach holiday then there is no better place to find it than this gorgeous island set in the middle of Indonesia.

As well as sea and sand however Bali has a huge number of other attractions to enjoy such as temples, caves, waterfalls, museums, and markets, and if you like history and culture then you can spend hours learning the local legends and Balinese traditions in places like Ubud.

pura ulun danu bratan temple in Bali, indonesia.
Beautiful rice terraces in the morning at Tegallalang village, Ubud, Bali, Indonesia.

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Bali people speak Balinese or simply Bali, is a Malayo-Polynesian language spoken by 3.3 million people .Because Bali is a major tourist destination both for Indonesians and people all over the world, you are likely to hear different languages depending on where you go.English is the common “third” language and the most popular foreign language by far (after Indonesian and Balinese). Due to tourism requirements a lot of Balinese speak a level of English that allows them to communicate with tourists on a basic level.


1. Ulun Danu Temple

Ulun Danu Temple lies at the edge of Baratan Lake in Bedugul in Bali.

Dedicated to the goddess of the lake and is one of the quietest and most serene places on the island.

The temple complex consists of five various shrines dedicated to other Hindu gods as well, each one dedicated to a different god, and look out for the ornate architectural touches such as the intricate carved gates.

Pura Ulun Danu Beratan, or Pura Bratan, is a major Hindu Shaivite Shiva temple in Bali, Indonesia.

2. Tanah Lot Temple

Tanah Lot means “Land [in the] Sea” in the Balinese language

Tanah Lot Temple is probably the most famous attraction in Bali and is a Hindu temple that sits atop a large and scenic rock formation.

Over the years the sea has separated the rock from the mainland, and at high tide the rock is completely surrounded making this one of the most amazing sights in Indonesia.

Many people flock here for the sunsets around the temple so make sure you go early to get the best spot to watch the spectacle.

The best time to visit the temple is during the time of sunset in between 6 pm to 7 pm. Otherwise the timings of the temple are from 7 am to 7 pm.

3. Watch a Kecak dance

Bali is famous for its dances and one of these is the Kecak dance which was developed in the 1930s.

The dance takes its name from the ‘cak’ sound that is repeated throughout and is based on the story of the Hindu epic called the Ramayana.The drama is based on the Hindu mythology of Ramayana and features 4 important characters: Ram, Sita, Ravana, and Hanuman.

You can watch performances of the dance all over the island and many shows take place outside under the stars.

  • Kecak has no musical background except the rhythmic chanting of “chak kechak kechak” by the performers.
  • Kecak originated as a men-only dance form but has now progressed to adopt women performers. There are a couple of women-only performances in downtown Ubud.
  • Kecak did not arise in Hinduism. It is more like both of them fused in the 1930s to give birth to a more touristic and dramatic version of the original Kecak Fire Dance

3. Uluwatu Temple

Drone taken by drone

Uluwatu Temple is arguably one of the most famous sights in Bali and stands 70 meters above the sea.

The temple was constructed on the side of a cliff overlooking the raging waters below

Uluwatu Temple has a unique architecture with palm-frond black roof stacked into the black. Most travelers enjoy the view of this temple from two different vantage points, from both northern and southern part of the area.

The most impressive thing that anyone sees Uluwatu temple are also amazed prime location, precariously between heaven and earth.

The temple is known for its monkey population and you can also catch a range of shows here such as famous Balinese dances.If possible try to go in the evening so that you can catch the sunset here.

Visits to the Uluwatu Temple are subject to an entrance fee of IDR 15,000 for domestic tourists and IDR 30,000 for foreigners

 when you visit of any temples in Bali, both men and women should wear a sarong, scarf or sash tied around the waist.Sarong and sash is provided in Uluwatu Temple, and you can use that for free, as long as you visit the temple.

4.  Day on Menjangan Island

Menjangan Island is a little piece of secluded, uninhabited paradise, located just a few miles from the coast of Bali.

As well as trekking on the island the main reason to come here is for the diving and you will find a plethora of underwater delights such as coral reefs and colorful fish.

There is also a good chance of seeing other sea creatures such as turtles, octopus, crabs, and rays.

The easiest way to reach Menjangan Island is by boat from Labuhan Lalang, a port in Northern Bali . To travel around the island which will cost you about IDR 350,000 (USD 24.50). You’ll also need to purchase a permit, which costs IDR 200,000 (USD 14) on a weekday and IDR 300,000 (USD 21) on the weekend.

Once you’ve reached the island, there are many things you can do to occupy your time.


The park is teeming with a huge variety of flora and fauna, it is the best-known part of the park when it comes to marine diversity and optimal diving spots. You can spend your morning travelling through the park with your guide and still have time for other activities, as you can walk around the entire island in about 1 hour and 15 minutes Cost: IDR 40,000 for a park permit (USD 2.80)*



The first thing you will see as your boat draws up to Menjangan Island is a beautiful beach with crystal clear waters, perfectly blue sky and white sand. The deer are friendly and it is perfectly safe to approach them — just do not harm them .


It is the most popular activity on Menjangan Island. The majority of people who come to this secluded island come in search of some of the most diverse pockets of marine life in Indonesia. There are seven different world-class diving sites off the island’s coasts, offering excellent visibility (anywhere from 15 to 50 metres).

5. Bali Provincial State Museum

bali museum

The Bali Provincial State Museum has the claim to fame of being the oldest museum in Bali and has over 10,000 items on display.

The museum is built in the traditional style and has royal pavilions and beautiful Balinese architecture aplenty.

Here you will find an amazing array of prehistoric artifacts as well as works of art and weaponry.

Other galleries are full of ceramics such as statues and stones with ancient inscriptions as well as tools and bronze pieces.

6. Shopping at Pasar Badung

Those that like shopping need to squeeze in a trip to Pasar Badung which is a market in Denpasar that sits on the scenic banks of the Badung River.

Pasar Badung Local Market

Traditional open-air market with a variety of offerings, including groceries, clothing & souvenirs. You can take a tour of the market and check out all the uniquely Balinese products on sale and then explore the local temples that are located close by.

7. Ubud Palace


An itinerary to Bali is incomplete without a stopover at Ubud Palace, located right on the main Jalan Raya Ubud road. Built in the 19th century by the ruler Ida Tjokorda Putu Kandel, the palace’s front section with its gardens and carvings is a visual delight, while international events on art, music and literature are held inside, making this place a cultural repository of Ubud.

In the evenings the palace also comes alive and there are dance shows held here that are perfect if you want to take in some of the culture in a beautiful historic setting.

8. Travel to Karangasem

Walk on thew rock

 Eastern Bali part of the island offers a completely different experience compared to other spots like Seminyak and Kuta.

It is said that “Tirta Gangga” which is a famed water palace that would have been used by the royal family who were the heads of the city of Amlapura. Tirta Gangga is based on the beliefs in Balinese Hinduism, where river Ganges and its waters are considered sacred. Its waters are cherished for irrigation and agricultural abundance, recreation and economic activity.

9. Spot the dolphins in Lovina

Bali is covered in beaches but one that stands out the most is Lovina as the sand is black thanks to its high mineral content and volcanic ash.
The main reason why many people visit Lovina is to see some of its resident dolphins that swim in the waters here and you can take a boat trip out in the early morning when you will have the best chance of spotting them.
For many visitors this is a highlight of a trip here and it is well worth getting up early in the morning to get a chance to spot these graceful creatures in their natural environment.

10. Sacred waters of Tirta Empul

Tirta Empul

You may recognize Tirta Empul which was used as a location in the film Eat, Pray, Love which featured Julia Roberts.

This temple complex sits just outside of Ubud and is made up of a number of pools which are filled by fountains.

The waters here are said to be sacred and Hindus from all over Bali come here to bathe.

Anyone can swim in the waters or you can walk around the complex and check out the pretty architecture and plethora of ornate statues.

11. Explore out a turtle sanctuary

Serangan Turtle Island Conservation Centre

Serangan Turtle Island Conservation Centre

The Turtle Conservation and Education Centre is located on Serangan Island which is close to the seaside town of Sanur and is a fascinating place to come if you love turtles.

The aim of the center is to educate visitors regarding the various dangers that pollution and poaching can pose to the turtles and the staff here rescue injured turtles and care for them before they can be released back into the wild.

Despite its popularity however it doesn’t feel crowded and still retains much of its rural charm, and popular pastimes here include swimming and surfing.

12.Enjoy the nightlife in Kuta


There is so much tourism thriving on the island that it is impossible for this place to not have bars and clubs where you can party. … If you want to go party, Sanur, Kuta, Seminyak, and Legian areas are perfect for bar and club hopping.

The party scene keeps going into the early morning and you will also find a vast number of eateries here if you get hungry.

13.  safari at Bali Marine and Safari Park

safari ride

Bali Marine and Safari Park is made up of a collection of the best flora and fauna in Indonesia and you will be greeted with over 60 different species of animals here.

There are also dance and musical shows held here throughout the day and you can go on a safari tour to see the animals as they roam all over the park.

There is even the option to stay here overnight and watch graceful giraffes and elephants amble past your hotel room (wow).

14. Visit a spa

Bali is known for its spa experiences which blend traditional local ingredients and centuries old techniques that will leave you relaxed .

One of the most amazing of all Bali’s spas is The Spa and The Edge Hotel which is located in Pectau and sits on the side of a cliff.

This means that you get views over the water and can look over a sheer drop down the cliff side and the packages here mix flowers, rice, and holy water for one of the best spa experiences on the island.

15.  Gitgit Waterfall


The waters are located between Denpasar and Singaraja and you can hike along a small trail to the waterfall that will take you past leafy forests and through coffee plantations.

The waters gush down a drop of 35 meters and there is a pool at the bottom of the waterfall where you can swim although there is also a local legend here that says that couples shouldn’t bathe together as this can spell bad luck for their relationship.

16. Bali Bird Park

Bali Bird Park is filled with a vast collection of birds from all over Indonesia including an array of unusual species.

The park is located in Batubulan which is also known for its stone carving and there is an adjacent reptile farm if you want a change of pace from the birds.

The park is separated into different sections that mirror the natural habitats of the birds and you will find gorgeous avians such as colorful parrots and birds of paradise.

17. Lempuyang Luhur Temple

Lempuyang Luhur Temple

Since the November 2017 eruption of Mt. Agung, this temple has become even more popular among tourists. One of its more famous spots is the temple gate, from where visitors can directly marvel at the sight of the volcano. Those taking photos from the right angle will be able to capture the symmetrical peak framed in the center of the gate. 

Lempuyang Luhur Temple is one of the most important places of Hindu worship, so make sure to follow the local rules when visiting, such as proper speech, behavior and clothing. 


1. Sunbathe on Balangan Beach

Balangan Beach lies some 40 minutes outside Kuta but it feels as if you are in another world.

If you want to get away from the crowds then this is the place to do it, and you will find pristine sands and a great surf break if you want to try some surfing.

The beach sits at the bottom of a set of craggy cliffs and you can walk down a steep set of stairs cut into the cliff side in order to access the beach.

It takes a little effort to get to this secluded beach but it is more than worth it for the views and you will find a range of cafes and canteen where you can have a spot of lunch or relax and look at the sunset with a beer.

2. A hidden waterfall in Sukawati

Bali is known for its natural beauty and no more so than its stunning waterfalls.

Bali is One of the best examples of these is the spectacular Sekumpul Waterfall which lies in a lush valley and is meant to be a sacred spot in Bali.

To get to the waterfall you will need to trek along a secluded path and you won’t realize that you have arrived at the waterfall until you suddenly see it peeking out of the undergrowth.

You can swim in the pools beneath the cataract and cool off after the long hike.

3. wreck diving at Tulamben


you can dive all around the island of Bali but if you want to try wreck diving then you will need to come to Tulamben.

Here you will find the wreck of the USAT Liberty which was sunk here in the Second World War and this is one of the most famous wrecks in the world.

You can expect to find a huge number of underwater creatures here as well as colorful fans and there is also a larger coral garden that lies close to the USAT Liberty so that you can check out both spots at the same time.

4. Fun at Waterbom


Waterbom is a well loved institution in Kuta and a great place for families or those who want to make a splash.

This water park has a range of pools and slides as well as some hair raising rides like the Climax which is a sheer drop down a long water slides for those seeking an adrenalin pumping afternoon.

5. Enjoy some water sports in Sanur

fun to next level

Sanur is famous for not having any waves, so surfing is not possible here.

For this reason many visitors think that you can’t get out on the water although this is completely wrong.

On the contrary, Sanur has a huge variety of water sports on offer and you can try kiting surfing, paragliding, and even standing up paddle boarding.

6. water rafting on Ayung River


Bali has a huge range of water sports and one of the most exciting is a trip down the Ayung River on a raft.

The river is covered with white water rapids that make for a wild ride and as you float down the Ayung you will pass little local villages and lush forests that let you take in the beautiful vistas here from a completely different vantage point.

7. Climb Mount Batur


Anyone looking for some adventure in Bali needs to head to Mount Batur which stands at 1,700 meters above sea level.

This is one of the most famous volcanoes in Bali and you can take a tour to the top which usually starts out at around 4 am.

This gets you to the top in time to watch the spectacular sunrise over the crater and the mountain is encircled by a stunning lake.

8.  Diving in Padang Bai


Padang Bai is situated in the east of Bali and is most famous for its diving.

There are seven different dive sites that can easily be reached after a short boat trip from the shore and whatever your diving experience there is something for everyone here.

You can get PADI certified and if you like muck diving then this is one of the best places to do it in Bali and you will find a range of underwater critters like the blue ringed octopus and pygmy seahorses.

There is also a good chance of seeing sharks, turtles, and waving fans and coral gardens.

9.  Bali Treetop Adventure Park


If you want an adrenaline packed afternoon then make your way to Bali Treetop Adventure Park where you will find a range of rides surrounded by lush forests.

The park is great for families as well as groups or couples and has rides for children as young as 4 years old.

There are a range of different circuits that are located high up in the trees and there are nets, swings, and flying foxes galore that let you fly through the air and take in the breathtaking views over the forest canopy.

10.  Surfing in Kuta

KUTA,INDONESIA- JULY 25 : locals performs surf trick on the 25th of july 2009 in Bali,Indonesia. Bali is a popular holiday destination especially for young australian and backpackers

If you haven’t surfed before or are just looking for some gentle waves then you have to come to the most famous beach in Bali which is Kuta Beach.

The beach sits across from a sand bar which means it has rolling surf that is free of any sharp reefs and you can rent a board here and sign up for a surf lesson, or rent a body board if you want to try something a little less strenuous.

Locals and visitors alike come here to watch the sunset and you can relax on the sand with a cold beer and drink in the atmosphere.


1.Feast on seafood in Sanur


Sanur is famous for its seafood restaurants and one of the best things to do in the evenings is to go for a wander and stop when you see something that looks good.

The food here is simply grilled over coconut husks for a wonderful smoky flavor and served with rice and chili sauce.

2. Dinner in Jimbaran

Jimbaran sits on the coast and is flanked with a long stretch of golden sandy beach and you can come here and pick from any of the beachside restaurants which will let you sit with your feet in the sand and will serve you up a delicious traditional seafood barbecue.

You order the seafood according to weight and can pick from the freshest catch of the day according to what looks best when you visit.

The fish is cooked to order and served with rice and some simple side dishes.

3. Balinese food at Warung Blanjong


Bali has a range of delicious local specialties that you won’t find anywhere else in Indonesia, so with that in mind make sure to spend some time eating your way around the island.

One of the best places to try some of the local bites is at Warung Blanjong in Sanur which serves up traditional Balinese food such as siap betutu which is chicken roasted with local herbs and spices.

You can also try pepes be pasih which is a fish dish wrapped in banana leaves and as the staff speak English this is a good choice if you are new in town and want to sample some of the local delights.

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World’s Best Places to Visit

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With a world full of fascinating destinations, choosing the perfect vacation spot can present a challenge. That's why U.S. News used expert opinions, reader votes and current trends – and evaluated sights, cultures, scenic beauty, food scenes and more – to compile this list of the world's best places to visit. 

South Island, New Zealand :

New Zealand’s South Island brims with majestic landscapes at every turn, from dramatic mountains to fjords to glaciers. Here, you can explore Fiordland National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Area, or gaze at the starry skies at Mount John Observatory. You can also indulge your inner daredevil in Queenstown, explore two of the most accessible glaciers in the world on the country’s west coast or sample delicious food and wine in the Marlborough region.

Paris :

Every day, the magnetic City of Light draws visitors from around the globe who come to see iconic attractions like the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre and the Arc de Triomphe. But what travelers really fall in love with are the city’s quaint cafes, vibrant markets, trendy shopping districts and unmistakable je ne sais quoi charm. Get lost wandering along Paris’ cobblestone streets, or grab a croissant and relax on the banks of the Seine for hours.

Tokyo :

Simply setting foot in Japan’s cosmopolitan capital is an experience within itself. A city known for its bustling streets adorned with flashing neon signs, Tokyo offers visitors a little bit of everything. Foodies won’t be let down by the city’s fresh sushi and hearty ramen. Budding photographers and adrenaline junkies will love taking in the sweeping panoramas from the top of the Tokyo Skytree. Shopaholics will find plenty of must-have designer products in Ginza. And for history buffs, Tokyo offers centuries-old temples and shrines to explore.


Located in southern Thailand, Phuket offers something for everyone, especially budget-minded travelers. Everything from accommodations to spa treatments to boat tours come with a low price tag. For stunning scenery, check out the limestone cliffs of Phang Nga Bay and lounge on Phuket’s gorgeous white sand beaches. Other must-sees include Wat Chalong Temple and the Big Buddha. Once the sun sets, take part in the island’s lively nightlife scene.

Grand Canyon

Measuring roughly 277 miles long, 18 miles wide and a mile deep, the Grand Canyon offers plenty of outdoor activities for everyone from day-trippers to adventure junkies. Hike along the national park’s popular Rim and Bright Angel trails for unparalleled vistas, cool off with a whitewater rafting excursion down the Colorado River or view the dramatic Arizona landscape from above during a helicopter tour .


Year after year, millions of visitors travel to California’s Yosemite National Park to stand in awe of natural wonders like Half Dome and Yosemite Falls. Take in the panoramic views from outlooks like Glacier Point and the Tunnel View. Hit the hiking trails early in the day to avoid crowds looking for the perfect photo-op. To save money, skip the hotel and camp out for the full experience (just be sure to book your spot well in advance).

Great Barrier Reef

The globe’s largest coral reef system – and one of the original Seven Natural Wonders of the World – touts incredible scenery, whether you view it underwater, from the air or by boat. At Australia’s Great Barrier Reef, you’ll find more than 600 islands and 1,500-plus species of fish. Though plenty of diving and snorkeling spots can be found along Queensland’s coast, to escape the crowds, take an excursion to the Whitsunday Islands.

Costa Rica

From volcanic mountains to verdant rainforests to stunning shorelines, Costa Rica is a Central American gem. Explore the beaches along the Nicoya Peninsula, hike along Arenal Volcano and spot exotic wildlife in remote Tortuguero National Park. If you’re looking for an adrenaline rush, go swimming next to some of the country’s waterfalls or zip lining through its rainforests. Just make sure you plan a visit during Costa Rica’s dry season, or between mid-December and April.


Cancún is nothing if not resilient. Consider the debilitating effects Hurricane Wilma had on the region in 2005 – drowned shores, destroyed storefronts and capsized boats. But now, this skinny “7”-shaped barrier island in southeastern Mexico is once again a go-to spot for beaches, golfing and nightlife. Cancún also remains one of the most affordable vacation destinations in the Western Hemisphere, especially if you book a cruise. 


In the past decade, Tulum has grown into a coveted vacation for luxury travelers; however, it still tempts bargain hunters who remember when this tucked-away jewel of Mexico’s east coast was more of a secluded getaway. Here, you’ll find some of the best-preserved Mayan ruins in the Western Hemisphere, ruins that have the cerulean waters of the Caribbean Sea as a backdrop. And there are other out-of-this-world wonders, including several cenotes (or underground water-filled caverns) and bioreserves. As an added plus: Tulum continues to be the tiny, quiet alternative to the other Riviera Maya resort areas during the spring break season.


Cozumel’s clear turquoise waters and powdery sands coax travelers from cold winter climates to this roughly 185-square-mile island off the Yucatán Peninsula. Cruise ships are a constant feature of Cozumel’s coastal views, and the atmosphere on this charming island is often interrupted by tourist chatter. In fact, Cozumel’s charms are so effective that the shopping plazas along the waterfront stay congested much of the year.


Take a number of diverse cultures, add a strong dose of the arts and a splash of ocean water, and you have Miami. Looking at the fantastic art museums and the blossoming gastronomical scene, you might find it hard to believe that just a century ago, this colorful Floridian city was covered in swampland. Once developers rushed into the area, one of the most popular tourist destinations and spectacular city skylines in the country was born. Today, with South Beach before you and the Everglades behind you, you can walk through the bustling streets past historical homes with Spanish words and Caribbean music floating into your ears.