5 romantic places in Bali that attract couples from all over the world
The island of Bali is a piece of paradise on earth, washed by the Indian Ocean from the south and the Bali Sea from the north. The island can offer tourists many wonderful resorts, vibrant nightlife, active entertainment, pristine nature, and a unique culture.
That is why millions of travelers from all over the world looking for adventure, tranquility, and entertainment find it all on this Indonesian island. However, this resort is especially popular among honeymooners. Zee News found out what lovers specifically appreciate about this place and where to go for an unforgettable experience.
Jatiluwih is more than 600 hectares of tidy rice fields, a real miracle and the result of synergy between nature and people. Here, honeymooners can rent bicycles and go on a tour, admiring the surrounding beauty and UNESCO cultural heritage.
In addition, it is here that a visit to Yeh Ho Waterfall, Pura Luhur Batukaru Temple, and a stay at Tegal Jero Homestay, with incredible views of natural beauty, is recommended.
This is a water palace and a rather atmospheric place where visitors can feed the fish in the pond, look at the colorful royal gardens, and take many vivid photos. However, it is better to go here early to avoid the crowds, swim in the pool, and enjoy the beauty.
Lake Tamblingan is located at the foot of Mount Lesung in Munduk. This is a mountainous region of Bali that has a lake surrounded by lush landscapes. It is an ideal place for couples in love looking for tranquility and a romantic atmosphere.
Colonial Hamlet of Lovina
Another great place where newlyweds can enjoy tranquility in each other's company is the colonial village of Lovina. Here you can relax and rejuvenate at the Banjar hot springs or go to the rainforest and see the Git Git waterfalls with your own eyes. One day here is enough, but the impressions of the trip will remain for a long time.