Undoubtedly, Rock Bar of Ayana Resort and Spa in Bali is one the most fabulous bars you can ever visit in Bali (Really. No exaggeration!).
Regarded as one of the most attractive temples in Bali, Pura Taman Ayun is a Royal Temple of Mengwi Empire. It is a pagoda-like temple encompassing the beauty of traditional Balinese architecture.
Amidst the luxurious and fabulous resorts in Nusa Dua is this hidden gem called Pasifika Museum housing the great works of European artists who settled in Bali. Other masterpieces of Asian artists are also well kept here.
Aside from the famous Babi Guling (Balinese Suckling Pig), deeply fried duck is probably one of the common and must-try Balinese dishes.
Nyoman’s Beer Garden was founded by the German chef Andreas Menzel that can be highly noticed along the strip of restaurants parading outside Nusa Dua resort complex.
Pura Tanah Lot is one of the famous and most photographed landmarks in Bali with its unique offshore setting and sunset background.
Ulam has been around since 1986 specializing on seafood dishes and also serving Balinese food.
Mulia is a six-star hotel and resort located along Nusa Dua coastline that has a number of restaurants, one of which is The Cafe serving a wide array of international cuisines.
Uluwatu Temple or Pura Luhur Uluwatu is one of the six key temples of Bali that is believed to protect the place from evil spirits.
Kopi Luwak (Civet Cat Coffee) is claimed to be the most expensive and the rarest coffee in the world. It is a brewed coffee made from beans that passed through the digestive tract of a civet cat.