Things To Do In Bali - PaintMyTrip Travel

5 Best Things to Do in Bali – Must Do Activities


There are many things to do in Bali if you have enough time to spend there. The temples, ceremonies and people’s daily offerings will be witnessed.   Other than witnessing cultural part of Bali, you can also do water sports, beach bath, fishing, and many more activities. Below we listed the things to do at Bali in detail.



Water activities

Scuba Diving : There are many interesting scuba diving sites around Bali. Particularly  the wreck of USAT Liberty at Tulamben in the east, the chilled out coral bommies in Padang Bai, the serene reefs around Menjangan Island in the northwest, and dramatic drift diving off Nusa Penida in the south are the best places for scuba diving.

Ubud River Rafting : Trying to do Ubud river rafting will be an amazing experience exploring Ayung river, passing by waterfall, coming across beautiful cliff carving with Ramayana story and natural Ubud village with green rice fields view. 


Bali White Water Rafting & Ayung River Rafting  : Bali White Water Rafting  and Ayung River Rafting  are one of those activities that one must do while your vacationing in Bali for fun, exciting, challenging and unforgettable experiences.



Freediving and Surfing

Amed and Tulamben are becoming recognised as the best place in Bali to learn free diving (apnea or breath-hold diving). Several free diving schools exist in this region of Bali.

Warm waters, crowds of young backpackers, cheap living and reliable waves keep Bali near the top of the world’s surfing destinations. The southern coast at Kuta, Legian and Canggu, the Bukit Peninsula and Nusa Lembongan are the primary draws. Expert surfers usually head for the big breaks off the Bukit Peninsula, while beginners will find the gentler, sandy areas between Kuta and Legian to be ideal for learning.


The waters of Serangan harbour are protected from big waves and swells by a reef, but open to the winds. It is an excellent location for the sport of sailing. You can easily drive onto Serangan island as it is connected to Bali by a bridge. When driving to the island you will see a spectacular view of the bay on your left. Many private yachts and magnificent traditional Indonesian Phinisi schooners are anchored in the smooth waters of the bay. On the beach front of Serangan you may meet other sailors who come to learn or practice their skills and share their knowledge and experience of yachting in Indonesia.


Sport fishing is an increasingly popular activity with visitors to the island. Trolling, jigging and bottom fishing can all be very rewarding, with large game far from unusual. Charters are available from many coastal areas but the most popular points with a competitive range of options are Benoa Harbour and nearby Serangan close to Kuta, just towards the north in Sanur and Padang Bai on the east coast.

Waterbom Park

Waterbom Park is located at the main street of Kuta, close to several shopping centers, it takes only 5 minutes from Ngurah Rai International Airport and 15 minutes from main tourism destinations of Sanur, Nusa Dua, Seminyak and Jimbaran. Exciting water slides slice through 3.8 hectares of landscaped tropical parks providing hours of fun and entertainment for the young and the young at heart!

Bali, Indonesia is an unique island with a rich of Hindu cultural and friendly people. It is probably the best island in Indonesia when you come as a tourist. We only listed some of the best things to do in Bali. Bali has beautiful varied of landscape of hills and mountains, rugged coastlines and sandy beaches, lush rice terraces and barren volcanic hillsides all providing the best and colourful culture, in deep spiritual hemisphere that visitors claim as island of paradise. Bali is paradise for surf and dive lovers, family travelers, honeymooners including back-packers. So you can do more things in Bali than you expect.

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