10 unusual things to do in Bali

Bali is nothing less than a pandora box, the more you explore it, the more undiscovered places you discover. The more you discover it, the more you fall in love with it. It’s one of the best places to spend your holidays at. Surrounded by the Indian ocean, this island gives you the mesmerizing experience of what it feels like to live in an island country. In spite of many tourist attractions, Bali also has some of the unusual places to visit that can give you the best memories to cherish for a lifetime.


Nusa Dua Blowhole

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Despite the fact that this natural phenomenon is very well-known and is suggested as a must-see when visiting Nusa Dua, many people haven’t heard of this place.

Surrounded by steep jagged cliffs, there is a trail extending along the cliff face on one side of the rocks where visitors may feel the raw power of nature as water rushes far into the sky due to strong surges of water caused by waves and currents.

The ideal time to witness this natural occurrence is at high tide when the water is at its highest and the splash is the most powerful. The area is sometimes blocked, especially if the waves are extremely large. Be aware that the waves and splashes might be unpredictable, so use caution unless you have a waterproof camera.

It is possible to stroll to the blowhole from Nusa Dua Beach. It’s a   delightful trek that takes around 30 minutes. This location, which is located in the Southern Peninsula, is easily accessible by car or motorcycle. It is one of the unusual things to do in Bali.


Rugged tunnel cliffs of Nusa Penida:

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While Bali is famed for its wavy beaches, the cliffside views of Nusa Penida take it to the next level, with underground tunnels carved out by years of erosion and wave pounding. Pasih Uug Beach, also known as Broken Beach, is a stunning structure with unusual tunnel cliffs. Visiting at high tides is not recommended.

There are daily boats to Nusa Penida from Sanur or Padang Bai port. You’ll need to rent a scooter as soon as you arrive at Nusa Penida to navigate around the many landmarks and secret beaches. You can also do this Nusa Penida tour from Bali if you like.


 Kecak Fire Show in Uluwatu

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This activity is already well-liked and  Simply said, these cultural dances are a fantastic way to learn about Balinese culture and something we strongly encourage visitors to do while in Bali. While there are Kecak concerts all around Bali, the one at Uluwatu is more recommended owing to the breathtaking scenery. The show takes place in their natural amphitheater, which has a breathtaking view of the ocean and is the ideal position to watch the sunset. The naughty monkeys are known for stealing sunglasses, water bottles, and other loose items of clothing. Uluwatu Temple is easily accessible by motorbike, car rental, or driver. While there are numerous tours available, you can also do it on your own by purchasing tickets at the temple’s entrance.


Jatiluwih rice terrace

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The Subak rice-field irrigation system is a cornerstone to the Balinese psyche. The hilly area is divided into clean contours by terraced rice fields. UNESCO has categorized Subak rice-field with the primary goal of preserving cultural assets. The Subak system of rice-field irrigation, it is a key to the Balinese psyche. Visiting a rice field irrigation system where there are already so many exciting things to do, is really an unusual thing to do in Bali.


Horse riding in Canggu

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Enjoy a relaxing horseback ride on a secluded beach while taking in Bali’s natural beauty. It is the ideal riding experience with a sunset vista at Canggu beach. It is one of the best things to do in Bali yet unusual. You can enjoy this serene experience by selecting Bali packages from India with the cool breeze of the sea hitting you softly.


Joining the elephants for their morning bath

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Join the Sumatran elephants in their bathing water for an unforgettable experience. Get a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to bathe and feed them. A sumptuous meal will be served to you while you gaze out over the lake at the elephants soaking up and drying off in the morning light. People who went Bali to enjoy the tourist attractions, get attached to the animals also, which is an unusual thing to do in Bali.


Trying mouth-watering chocolates at Pod Chocolate Factory and Cafe

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Chocolate is one of the best things that can make children as well as elders’ mouths watery. It is one of the best savories to try out. This is a must keep on your bucket list while searching for Bali packages from India. In Ubud, Bali, the Pod Business is a small artisan chocolate factory. A must-see attraction for anyone interested in seeing chocolate being prepared from bean to bar. They make chocolate near the source on the tropical island of Bali, in Carang Sari, which is surrounded by rice terraces. 


Aling Aling waterfall

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Waterfalls are one of the most refreshing sites. The cool breeze, the soothing sound of the water falling from the height gives your soul one of the best pleasures that you can seek to get. Viewing the mesmerizing view of this waterfall will give you one of the best pieces of peace that you can ever seek. The Aling Aling Waterfall in Bali is near Singaraja. It is a beautiful waterfall complex with seven hidden waterfalls and a unique side-by-side waterfall top.


Paying a visit to Penglipuran village 

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  For a generation who can’t even imagine living without technology and modern gadgets, this village will give you the picture of how to live peacefully, happily without technology. Penglipuram village is a typical village with its own personality. Penglipuran, at 625 metres above sea level and around 6 kilometres from Bangli City and 1 kilometre from Kubu Village, is one of Bali’s quietest and cleanest villages. People here continue to use outdated technology in their daily lives. It’s a must-visit place while you are on your Bali tour from India.


Witness Bali Arts Festival

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.The first Bali Crafts Festival lasted approximately 2 months from June 20, 1979 to August 23, 1979. The festival tries to save the cultural professions by showcasing a classical art that has almost disappeared and is unknown to Balinese society.
The Bali Trades Festival aims to motivate people to explore, discover and showcase the artistic contributions of the Balinese community. The PKB offers a multitude of unique and different topics every time. At the same time  the 25th Bali Arts Festival, Balinese art can also be seen at Bali Art Pests and the Jubilee of the Silver Trades Festival in Bali.

The senior government officials usually inaugurates the Bali Arts Party in the history of Bali. Ida Bagus Mantra inaugurated PKB for the first time in 1979. The then governor of Bali Post I Chief and creator of the PKB. The minister did the rest of the opening of PKB.  The vice-president, the president and the first lady are also part of this.

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