Bali is not only the perfect place for fun and relaxing holidays, but also for hunting for photos to enhance your Instagram feed. Yup, there are many tourist attractions and places in Bali that are Instagrammable and will definitely make you want to bring a camera while on vacation there!
Finding tourist attractions and places in Bali that are Instagrammable is not hard. But we have compiled our top recommendations that you can follow if you are on an Instagrammable vacation in Bali!
1. Uluwatu Temple
One of the things that make Uluwatu Temple one of the best Instagrammable places in Bali is its location on the edge of a cliff 70 meters above the sea. The view from here is truly unique and extraordinary – you can see the high seas along the horizon, and fierce waves hitting the cliffs below the temple.
Apart from that, you can also see the famous Kecak Dance performance which is held in the afternoon until sunset. This show is also held every day, you know. Watching the Kecak Fire Dance against the sunset is an unforgettable experience – and the best moment for taking photos too!
Apart from that, we also recommend you to take photos with the backdrop of the extraordinary cliffs of Uluwatu Temple. Majestic.
Address: Jalan Raya Uluwatu, Pecatu, Badung Regency
Opening Hours: 09.00 – 18.00
2. Tegal Wangi Beach
If Uluwatu Temple is an Instagrammable tourist spot in Bali where you can watch the sunset on a cliff while watching the Kecak Dance. On Tegal Wangi beach you can go down to see the sunset while enjoying the warmth of the soft sand!
And hey, you can get Instagrammable sunset photos here too!
Address: Jalan Tegal Wangi, Jimbaran, South Kuta, Badung Regency
Opening Hours: 24 Hours
3. Mahana Point Cliff
At this tourist spot in Bali, there is a different challenge waiting for you: take a photo of you jumping from a height of 10 meters or 5 meters into the sea against the backdrop of a beautiful Bali sunset! You can do this at Mahana Point Cliff, which is located on Nusa Lembongan.
While in Nusa Lembongan, you can also stop by Nusa Penida, whose popularity has grown rapidly in recent years! Click here to read a travel guide to Nusa Penida.
Address: Lembongan, Nusa Penida, Klungkung Regency
Opening Hours: 07.00 – 21.00
Entrance Fee: IDR 50,000 for a jump from 10 meters, IDR 25,000 for a jump from a height of 5 meters
4. D’Tukad River Club
There is one type of tourist spot in Bali that is very popular lately: the long swing on the edge of a cliff. On the one hand, this activity offers a challenge that will boost your adrenaline and guts. But on the other hand, this activity also offers Instagrammable photo opportunities.
Even though the most popular swing spot is the Bali Swing, we recommend that you choose a swing at D’Tukad River Club which is not only much cheaper but also offers a view that is no less beautiful.
Address: Blangsinga Tourism Village, Saba, Blahbatuh, Gianyar Regency
Opening Hours: 09.00 – 19.00 (Weekdays), 09.00 – 21.00 (Weekends)
5. Wanagiri Hidden Hills
Like D’Tukad River Club, Wanagiri Hidden Hills offers a swinging experience with a fantastic scenic backdrop as well. The beginning of the existence of this tourist spot in Bali is also unique: some innkeepers at Airbnb had a genius idea to present an alternative to the increasingly crowded Bali Swing, so they made their own swing!
Set against Lake Buyan, one of the three twin lakes in the area. But it’s not just a swing, Wanagiri Hidden Hills also has other instagrammable photo spots, namely replicas of cocoons to giant bird cages.
Tips: You might want to wear your best outfit for Instagram, but don’t forget to prepare a jacket or sweater to keep you warm after the photos because the air in Wanagiri Hidden Hills is quite cold!
Address: Jalan Munduk – Wanagiri, Wanagiri, Sukasada, Pancasari, Sukasada, Buleleng Regency
Opening Hours: Regular visits, 24 hours; Swing, 08.00 – 18.00
Entrance Fee: Regular visit, free of charge; For photos, IDR 40,000 – IDR 60,000
6. Tegalalang Rice Terraces
This tourist spot in Bali was originally just an ordinary rice terrace, but was conjured up by residents for Instagrammable tourist attractions too! At Tegalalang Rice Terrace, you can try to ride swings from different heights, and also take pictures in the style of farmers with unique terraced rice fields.
We advise you to visit this place right away if you only have a little time in Bali!
Address: Jalan Raya Tegallalang, Tegallalang, Gianyar Regency
Opening Hours: 07.00 – 18.00
Entrance Fee: IDR 150,000
7. Bali Handara Gate
his beautiful Bali Handara Gate is one of the most popular Bali gate spots because many travelers come here and take pictures in front of it. Uniquely, this gate is originally the entrance to a country club or resort that has a golf course. With a backdrop of green mountains, it’s no wonder that Bali Handara Gate is one of the tourist attractions in Bali which is very popular among tourists!
Tips: You can visit this gate along with Ulun Danu Beratan Temple and Wanagiri Hidden Hills because all three are located quite close! You are also advised to visit this place April-June to get good weather for taking pictures.
Address: Singaraja-Denpasar Village, Pancasari, Sukasada, Buleleng Regency
Opening Hours: 06.00 – 22.00
Entrance Fee: IDR 30,000
8. Lempuyang Luhur Temple
Be prepared to use a fair amount of energy to arrive at this “Heaven’s Gate”, as it is located in the middle of the forest above the mountains. No half-hearted, you have to take more than 1,500 steps to reach this tourist spot in Bali, with sarongs or clothes that cover you from your shoulders to below your knees, which of course will make you tired.
However, your efforts to the top will pay off with incredible views! The gate that is the entrance to Lempuyang Temple is at the top of a volcano and has an aura that will calm your heart – making you much calmer while also allowing you to get super Instagrammable photos.
If you wear clothes that don’t cover your shoulders and knees, you must rent a sarong at a cost of IDR 10,000 per sarong. So, make sure to wear clothes that are closed enough!
Address: Jalan Pura Telaga Mas Lempuyang, Tri Buana, Abang, Karangasem Regency
Opening Hours: 24 Hours
9. Tirta Empul
Balinese Hindus believe that Lord Indra created this “holy spring” here to purify people from sins. Some even believe that this spring can cure diseases.
However, not a few are also impressed by this myth and come to capture images of the temple and the relationship with humans through their lenses. You too can be one of them.
Address: Jalan Tirta, Manukaya, Tampaksiring, Gianyar Regency
Opening Hours: 09.00 – 17.00
Entrance Fee: IDR 15,000 for adults, IDR 7,500 for children
10. Espresso Revolver
For coffee fans, you can visit Revolver Espresso. Not only for sipping your favorite espresso, but also for hunting for great photos! With its pink interior and flower-themed walls, you can take pictures at this popular coffee shop. Or also take advantage of the mural in front of the cafe!
Address: Jalan Kayu Aya Gang 51, Seminyak, Kuta, Badung Regency
Opening Hours: 06.00 – 18.00
11. Motel Mexicola
You’ll really feel like you’re in Mexico from the moment you stepped into the Motel Mexicola – with its striking mix of blues, reds, yellows, and greens, this bar really takes the energy and style of Mexico to its fullest!
You will feel this bold impression even more at nightfall, with the neon pink lights here and there! Also make sure to try various food menus, cocktails, and mocktails while taking pictures here and there.
Address: Jalan Kayu Jati 9X, Petitenget, Kerobokan Kelod, North Kuta, Badung Regency
Opening Hours: 11.00 – 01.00
12. The Loft
For some reason, bright colors like pink really suit Bali. You can also feel it at The Loft, one of the newest Instagrammable places in Bali! Not only is the interior aesthetically pleasing, but even the food and drinks served are also really like asking to be photographed because of their pretty shapes.
As their slogan, “You’ll see it when you believe it”!
Address: Pantai Batu Bolong Street 50A, Canggu, North Kuta, Badung Regency
Opening Hours: Monday-Saturday, 06.30 – 22.00; Sunday, 06.30 – 16.00
So, are you ready to tour the various tourist attractions and places in Bali that are Instagrammable above? Don’t forget to bring your power bank or device charger with you so you won’t miss a single chance for a spot on photo! See you in Bali, Flokqers!
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