Popular Nature Attractions in Indonesia

Jimbaran Beach
Bali·Indonesia
4.4/5
2,518 Reviews
Beach
Jimbaran Beach is famous for its spectacular sunsets. The endless ocean seems to swallow the sun whole, before the horizon glows with twilight’s embers. The transience of day’s journey into night is magical. In addition to the famous seascapes, the open-air seafood stalls are a major attraction. Enjoy a candlelit seafood dinner while admiring the sunset. Then walk once more along this beachfront paradise.
Kuta Beach
Bali·Indonesia
4.4/5
1,834 Reviews
Beach
Kuta Beach is a great place for sunbathing and enjoying the surf. The beach is set in the crescent-shaped bay of Kuta. Both ends offer welcoming waters for paddlers and beginners. Stronger surf make the middle sections a paradise for professional wave-riders. When not enjoying the waves, you can find a variety of traditional Balinese handicrafts in the shops along the beach. In addition, there are many star-rated hotels, bars, clubs, and nightlife.
Lembongan Island
Bali·Indonesia
4.6/5
918 Reviews
Island/Peninsula
Lembongan Island is located southeast of Bali. The island gets its name from the deep blue waters that surround it. Away from the hustle and bustle of Bali, Lembongan Island offers a quiet, beautiful bay and a peaceful countryside. Enjoy a day at the beach while you lounge in one of the many beach chairs. You can also visit the cafes, restaurants, and bars to enjoy fine food and drink. It's a completely relaxing destination.
Uluwatu
Bali·Indonesia
4.5/5
1,071 Reviews
Seashore
Uluwatu Temple with it's location along the Uluwatu Cliffs is a great location from which to view the surrounding landscape and seaside. Known as the "Lover's Cliffs," the Uluwatu Cliffs are set beside a well-known surf spot. The small forested areas in front of the temple is home to hundreds of wild monkeys. In the evening, you can watch traditional Kecak dance performances. With the ambiance of the Uluwatu Temple and surrounding cliffs, the performance provides a magical, almost otherworldly experience.
Nusa Dua
Bali·Indonesia
4.5/5
726 Reviews
Nusa Dua is a luxury resort known for its tranquil beaches and turquoise waters. It's a perfect place to enjoy a Balinese sunrise. There is a cluster of five-star hotels with adjacent private beaches, providing a secluded holiday environment. There are also many large shopping malls and duty-free shops nearby. Nusa Dua's calm beaches are ideal for diving, swimming, and other water activities.
Ayung River Rafting
Bali·Indonesia
4.6/5
510 Reviews
Ayung River Rafting is an extremely popular activity in Bali. The banks of the river offer magnificent views of virgin lands, dense tropical rain forests, and beautiful waterfalls. The river flows relatively slowly, so rafters have the opportunity to relax and fully enjoy the lush scenery. Rapids spring up here and there, however, so those with a taste for adventure will enjoy plenty of excitement.
Blue Point
Bali·Indonesia
4.3/5
471 Reviews
Blue Point is a hotel located on the seaside cliffs at Uluwatu. It is known for its spectacular Infinity Pool and Four-sided Glass Church. At first glance, the semi-circular pool seems to connect directly to the Indian Ocean on the opposite side. The small beach under the cliff is a well-regarded surfing spot. Many surfers come here to take on the exhilarating challenge of riding the waves.
Tanjung Benoa
Bali·Indonesia
4.1/5
403 Reviews
Taniung Benoa, known colloquially at South Bay, is famous for its water sport culture and aquatic activities. The Bay's reefs block surging tides, meaning the waves reaching the shore remain relatively calm. This natural protective barrier makes swimming and water sports comparatively safer. Attractions include the new Flying Fish, an exciting rocket experience, and a panoramic view of Bali from the high-altitude towering umbrella. Visitors can also charter out to sea to watch sea turtles, or visit the small fishing village to the north.

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