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OVERVIEW

Bali is the most popular island holiday destination in the Indonesian archipelago, with good reason. Here you’ll experience a fine combination of sandy beaches and rolling surf, an ancient culture known for its warm hospitality, and exotic temples and palaces set against stunning natural backdrops. Travel inland and towering volcanoes and pristine jungles await with plenty to see and do, although most can’t stay away from the beach for long. Meal times on Bali offer endless choice of local or far-flung cuisine and, after sunset, famous hotspots come to life offering exciting clubbing scenes and packed dancefloors.Bali nightlife caters to a wide range of crowds, styles and budgets. Beach clubs to chill-out at sunset and well into the wee hours, night clubs to get loose with live DJs, rooftop bars, theatre shows, or simply an easygoing sunset dinner cruise, all prove that you can enjoy life after dark in Bali. These Top 10 Nightlife Experiences in Bali presents the best of it all.

 

HIGHLIGHTS

 

Watch The Bali Agung Show

Bali Agung - The Legend of Balinese Goddesses" features a cast of 150, 40 puppets and more than 30 animals, including ten elephants – all sharing a huge 60 by 40 meter stage.

The story tells the true story of a 12th century Balinese king who marries a Chinese princess and fathers a child with another woman, regarded as Bali's Goddess of fertility.

 

Eelephant Back Safari 

Ride through this massive park on a gentle giant! This is a crowd favourite so be sure to confirm your timings as you enter the park!

 

Dinning With The Lions

Tsavo Lion Restaurant is the first African-themed restaurant in Asia that allows you to have a close encounter with wildlife as you feast on your meal. This fine dining restaurant is located side by side with the lion's exhibition area, so you can see a pride of lions gathering and playing with each other while you enjoy the most delectable dishes.

 

Fun Zone And Water Park

Whether you want to get wet and wild in our Waterpark or embark on a Jungle Cruise to the amazing Amazon, Fun Zone extends your excitement with fun-tastic amusement for all ages! 

The crystal clear water in our Waterpark will refresh you and your family. With two choices of pools for children and adults and some water slides, the Waterpark promises non-stop fun. The whole family can play and swim in the streaming water pool and the exotic beach view can also be enjoyed while sliding from water slides.

 

Zoom up like a superhero: Flyboarding at Nusa Dua

From the flat waters of Tanjung Benoa Beach, a man just sprouts a jet of water coming out from what appears to be a boot. You might start to wonder – is it Iron Man or Aqua Man?

Well, this is the newest kid on the block – Flyboarding.

Invented by a former jet-ski champion, Franky Zapata, it combines a surfing board and a Jet Ski motor.

You’ll be wearing a boot attached to a surfing board with a hose connected to a motor, usually from a water vessel.

 

Swim with the predators: Cave Diving at Shark Cave

If you find scuba diving too mainstream, you’ll find cave diving a unique underwater challenge, where you dive into an underwater cave. A form of technical diving, this sport requires highly specialized breathing equipment, intensive training, and may even pose high risk and dangers.

Still, the reward is priceless. In Bali, Shark Cave (part of Gili Biaha dive spot in the eastern part of the island) is a favorite destination for cave diving.

 

Embark on your jungle adventure: Canyoning in Northern Bali

Canyoning (or canyoneering as it is called in the US) is one of the newest outdoor activities in Bali, and is an extreme adventure – entailing hiking, trekking, and rappelling.

Northern Bali is the favorite place for this activity due to its many waterfalls. Traverse deep ravines in Balinese jungles, and test your physical endurance between cliffs and layers. Then swim in the river wedged between high rock layers.

 

Hold your breath and go under: Freediving at Tulamben Shipwreck

Freediving is diving underwater while holding your breath, without the assistance of breathing equipment such as scuba.

It has now become one of the newest watersports across the world. Though categorized as an extreme sports, freediving requires relaxation, which is why most freediving schools also offer yoga and meditation courses. Bali is rich in underwater treasure with snorkeling and scuba diving as its top things to do.

 

Ride the waves like never before: Kitesurfing in Sanur

Combine surfing, windsurfing, gymnastics, paragliding and wakeboarding and you have one of the most extreme sports ever – kitesurfing, an escalated form of kiteboarding that lets you ride the waves with a surfboard and a kite.

Though demanding great physical strength and mental toughness, kitesurfing already has a large following across the globe.As the island’s top surfing destination, Sanur attracts a lot of kitesurfers.

 

Fly in the clouds: Paragliding in Timbis

Have you wondered what it’s like to fly? Paragliding gives you an experience close to being a bird.

Though not as popular as other sports in Bali, paragliding just makes soaring more exciting. Best time for flying is from April to October.

All over the world, paragliders have made a new discovery – Bali is a very welcome spot for this outdoor adventure.

 

Night Safari

Begin your journey inside a cage as a specially designed tram takes you on an exhilarating journey through the African savannah to get up close and personal with wild animals and learn fascinating facts from our team of expert keepers. From hand-feeding zebras, elephants and giraffe, to watching mighty lions and fierce tigers hunt, this will be an experience you'll never forget.