Underwater as colorful as its culture and arts, eerie wreck dive sites as mysterious as its glorious temples, and marine biodiversity as intricate as its locals and traditions—Bali's bold and unique features make it a place of wonder for divers, backpackers, and seekers who crave for a solid encounter with the supernatural.
Bali Dive Sites
Bali is teeming not only with marine life but also with interesting dive sites making it a go-to for divers all over the world. The most famous ones are the Liberty Ship Wreck, best for beginners and thrill-seekers alike, Manta Point, where you can observe manta rays, Crystal Bay, to swim with the rare Mola Mola, and Secret Bay in Gilimanuk, the perfect place for macro photographers.
Bali Sacred Temples
One of the reasons why we keep coming back to Bali is its strong cultural and spiritual charm. It is studded with sacred places that tells great stories about the islands spiritual identity. Some of which are the Mount Agung, the dwelling place of gods, Besakih temple, the biggest temple in Bali, Mount Batur, the dwelling place of Lord Brahma, and Lake Batur, which is believed to have healing powers.
Bali Culture and Arts
Bali’s art scene is one to look out for when on the island. It is a home to beautiful art galleries and shops such as the Sukawati Art Market, Tony Raka Gallery, Positive Negative Visual Gallery, and the Adipati Soeryo Art Gallery.