Where Are The Quiet Places In Bali

quiet places in bali

Although it seems like Bali is only limited to Kuta, Seminyak, Legian, and the southern coast but that’s not true. Bali is a center of numerous adventurous places hidden from the eyes of many tourists who make their way to the island every year. Since Bali is at the top of the list for many travelers around the world, it gets overly crowded, especially the famous tourist attractions. Here are some of the gorgeous places which are off the beaten tracks and unspoiled so that you can get the most out of your vacation.

The heavenly island has many more breathtaking places. Whether it’s a trip to Nusa islands or road to central highlands for scenic treats, Beautiful Bali Villas has shortlisted some of the best places to ditch crowds and relax on the island of the Gods.

Nusa Lembongan – Offshore, Southeast of Bali

For a splendid castaway experience, Nusa Lembongan is the place you need to go. A 45-minute boat ride to the southeast of the mainland will get you there. It offers various adventurous activities like snorkeling, diving, and surfing in its surrounding waters. Beaches are the main attraction of the island, and you will find a magnificent line of beaches and cliffs at the south and west coast.

It not only ends here, Ceningan is a smaller island just around the corner of Lembongan. It is a pleasant seascape filled with traditional fishing boats and seaweed farms. You can also explore the mangrove forests and turtle nesting beaches.

Amed and Tulamben – Karangasem, East Bali

These remote coastal towns of the easternmost region of Bali is home of elegant underwater beauty. Divers from all over the world cherish Amed and Tulamben. The outskirts of the town have glorious coastal scenes, quiet beaches, and charming hilly bays with mesmerizing sunrises.

Tenganan Pegringsingan – Karangasem, East Bali

Tenganan Pegringsingan is home to the indigenous people of Bali. The village is located several kilometers north of Candidasa. It is famous for the rare geringsing (double-ikat weave cloth), produced only in this village. Visit in June or July as it is the time for the temple anniversary where village boys get into a friendly fight using thorny pandan leaves as weapons.

Penglipuran Village – Bangli, East Bali

Visit one of the most iconic mountain villages of Bali, famous for its row of traditional Balinese houses that are made in a uniform row. You can explore the dense bamboo forests and coffee plantations here. Penglipuran is a Bali Aga village where people are attached to the ancient traditional values and follows a set of strict moral codes.

West Bali National Park – Jembrana, West Bali

The stunning West Bali National Park spreads over most of the island’s central-western region. It offers the 19,000 hectares of densely forested hills, a pristine coastal area including a snorkeling and dive site with protected coral reef gardens. Pemuteran is also a world-famous coral restoration projects with pearl farms and mangroves.

Bali is an alluring, charming, and utterly fascinating place to be. If you are planning to travel to the island this year, don’t forget to book your private beach villa in Bali at Beautiful Bali Villas. We have just the perfect rooms and amenities to enjoy vacations with your family or your special loved one. For details and reservations, call us at +62 361 490 165 or email us at [email protected].