With an underwater as rich and vivid as its arts and traditions, dive spots as interesting as its holy grounds, and marine biodiversity as flourishing as its people and beliefs—Bali is a haven for divers and explorers who desire to experience the extraordinary.
Bali Dive Sites
Bali is abounding with marine life, as well as with intriguing dive destinations making it a go-to for divers everywhere throughout the world. The most celebrated ones are the Liberty Ship Wreck, best for adrenaline junkies, Manta Point, where you can watch manta rays, Crystal Bay, to swim with the mola-mola, and Secret Bay in Gilimanuk, an ideal place for macro enthusiasts.
Bali Sacred Temples
One reason why we keep returning to Bali is its solid spiritual and cultural appeal. It is studded with holy places that recount awesome stories about the islands religious character. Some of which are the Mount Agung, home of divine beings, Besakih, the biggest temple in Bali, Mount Batur, the abode of Lord Brahma, and Lake Batur, which is said to have healing powers.
Bali Culture and Arts
Bali's art and cultural scene are one to look forward to when in the island. It is a home to lovely arts displays and craft shops, like the Sukawati Art Market, Tony Raka Gallery, Positive Negative Visual Gallery, and the Adipati Soeryo Art Gallery.