Seriously? 2 days in Bali, Indonesia? How could that be possible?
If you have only two days to be spent in Bali, what would you do? Well, no worries! Rent a van to tour you around.
Here are the five places you would be able to see in two days:
Monkey Forest. This 12.5 hectares forest is situated in the town of Ubud within the village of Padangtegal. Monkey Forest is viewed by the village’s residents as an important spiritual, economic, educational, and conservation center for the village. There are many point of interests that you can see here such as an estimated of around 700 monkeys and 186 species of trees. Upon entry, you need to pay an entrance fee of 4USD.
Taman Ayun. Taman Ayun is a Balinese temple located in Mengwi subdistrict in Badung Regency, Bali, Indonesia. This temple was built in 1634 and extensively renovated in 1937.
Tanah Lot. Tanah Lot is a rock formation off the Indonesian island of Bali. Its name is derived from the Balinese language “tanah” which means “land” and “lot” which means “sea”. Tourists come here to visit the home of the ancient Hindu pilgrimage temple Pura Tanah Lot, and also, to witness the beautiful sunset at this area.
Rice Paddy. Bali is a home to many rice terraces. If you want to visit an excellent one, head to Jatiluwih! It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Jatiluwih, as the name itself says, “jati” meaning “really” and “luwih” meaning “excellent”. It is “really excellent” in Jatiluwih!
Beach. Bali, Indonesia has numerous of beaches to choose from. The beach where we head to was in Nusa Dua. As the sea is part of the Indian Ocean expect furious waves hitting and pushing you back to the shore!
That is a glimpse of Bali, Indonesia in two days! Happy exploring!
For accommodation around Bali, click the link below:
Nusa Dua: https://www.booking.com/city/id/nusa-dua-id.en.html?aid=1180716&no_rooms=1&group_adults=1