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Uluwatu Temple
9
6 reviews
Dramatic seaside cliffs, reminiscent of California's Big Sur, lend a mystical feel, especially at sunset. Steer clear of resident monkeys: remove glasses, earrings, and anything else they may grab. — Fodor's
Tirta Empul Temple
8
Gianyar
5 reviews
Balinese regard these springs as sacred and people come from miles around to bath in these waters. — Frommer's
Tanah Lot Temple
8
7 reviews
This important 16th-century temple is one of a few directional temples designated to protect the island from evil spirits — Condé Nast Traveler
Neka Art Museum
8
Gianyar
4 reviews
This museum traces the history of Ubud's artistic heritage. — Michelin Guide
Mount Kawi
8
Gianyar
4 reviews
This temple was made by King Marakata Near as an altar for King Udayana, an inscription dates the temple to A.D. 945. — Frommer's
Taman Ayun Temple
8
3 reviews
East of Tabanan is a huge elegant state temple surrounded by a moat. Built in 1634 and renovated in 1937, it was the main temple of the Mengwi kingdom until 1891. — Frommer's
Agung Rai Museum of Art (ARMA)
8
Gianyar
3 reviews
The museum is housed in several traditional buildings set in gardens with water coursing through channels. The collection is well labelled in English. — Lonely Planet
Elephant Cave
8
Gianyar
5 reviews
Some 2km southeast of Ubud on the road to Bedulu, Goa Gajah is carved into a rock face and you enter through the cavernous mouth of a demon. — Lonely Planet
Museum Puri Lukisan
8
Gianyar
3 reviews
One of Bali's most historically fascinating fine art museums. — Frommer's
Besakih Temple
8
4 reviews
Visitors should try to see one of the numerous ceremonies that take place here over the course of the year. — Michelin Guide
Ulun Danu Bratan Temple
8
3 reviews
This wonderland is set in 160 hectares (395 acres) of landscaped and beautifully tended gardens. — Frommer's
Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary
8
Badung
4 reviews
The towering tree clusters here are home to a troop of bad-tempered but photogenic primates that swing from branches, cannonball into pools. — Frommer's
Tirta Gangga
8
4 reviews
This multilevel aquatic fantasy features two swimming ponds that are popular on weekends and ornamental water features filled with huge koi and lotus blossoms. — Lonely Planet
Museum Rudana
8
Gianyar
3 reviews
The museum's main aim is to promote living artists. Visitors can buy works of art and sometimes see painters at work. — Michelin Guide
Saraswati Temple
8
Gianyar
3 reviews
The royal family commissioned this temple and water garden, dedicated to the Hindu goddess of art and learning. — Frommer's
Taman Wisata Kertha Gosa
8
2 reviews
When the Dewa Agung dynasty moved here in 1710, the Semara Pura was established — Lonely Planet
Ulun Danu Batur Temple
8
2 reviews
Just outside Kintamani, on the rim of the crater, is Pura Ulan Danu Batur, Bali's most important temple after Pura Besakih, dedicated to the goddess of the lake, Ida Bhatari Dewi Danu. — Frommer's
Kehen Temple
8
Bangli
2 reviews
The finely worked entrance gateway opens onto a magnificent banyan tree. — Michelin Guide
Mount Batur
7
2 reviews
Batur, one of Indonesia's most magical sites, will reward you with unforgettable memories. — Michelin Guide
Pura Dalem Pengembak
7
2 reviews
The Temple of the Dead is a pleasant stroll away from the town center. — Frommer's
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