The peaceful, scenic village of Sidemen is set against the backdrop of Mt Agung, Bali's highest peak. A great place to chill out and meet the locals, this friendly village also features a craft workshop where you can see local women weaving and purchase local crafts. Fairly far off the well-traveled Monkey Forest trail, Sidemen is not one of Bali's ...
Cities near Sidemen
- 2Indonesia1 review
Dawan adalah sebuah kecamatan kevil yang memiliki kurang lebih 3 tempat yang menarik antara lain, Pura Goa Lawah, Petani garam tradisional dan kuliner sate lilit ikan laut.
- 3Indonesia103 reviews
Lovely village, full of temples, artcraft stores, nice restaurants and caffes. The rice paddies are trully beautiful! Lovely athmosphere!
- 4Indonesia4 reviews
Gianyar is the home of Bali Safari Marine Park, you can even stay overnight, they propose bungalows where you actually get to see animals right from your bedroom's window, a nice experience to get away from busy areas of Bali, it's definitely a family venue.
- 5Indonesia9 reviews
The whole peninsula of far eastern Bali is known as 'Amed' (technically just its easternmost town), and though it's hardly undiscovered territory, it can easily feel like it after the crowds of South Bali and Ubud (and even Padangbai!). With solid diving and snorkeling, and cheap beachfront bungalows spread all along the undeveloped coast, it's more than worth going out ...
- 6Indonesia12 reviews
Padang Bai is a gorgeous fishing village with some of the most beautiful clear seas i have seen. Some of my best photographs have come from this amazing place. Careful here as there are a good amount of hawkers here willing to try to get your money on bikes or tour guides. Make sure you shop around before settling a ...
- 7Indonesia7 reviews
A must see in Ubud area, after all part of what i came to see in Bali. The rice terraces are trully amazing! Loved to walk on the narrow paths among the fields with this huge green everywhere.
- 8Indonesia2 reviews
One of art village in Bali especially handicraft souvenir such as traditional kites, decorative painting, Budha statue etc.
- 9Indonesia9 reviews
Another great diving spot in Bali
- 10Indonesia8 reviews
Nusa Penida -- the big island off of South Bali's Bukit Peninsula -- is as far 'off the map' as you can get in Bali. There's almost no tourist infrastructure (I counted two guesthouses in the island's major population center), and most of the economy consists of seaweed cultivation, making the whole of the island smell something like a cross ...
- 11Indonesia8 reviews
Quiet simple village set in the estbof Bali far away from the hawkers selling cheap sunglasses. Shopping was a marvel as most items we bought were cheaper in Candidasa than larger towns such as Ubud. Had a relaxing and indulgent 9 days enjoying getting to know the locals and their village.
- 12Indonesia2 reviews
Located in the eastern region of Bali, has many objects beaches and historic buildings that have not been exposed, especially the cultural events that normally exist in each village every six months, let's explore Karangasem.
- 13Indonesia3 reviews
this villa has beatyfull view of rice filed, cliff, river and waterfall. located in Tusan village drive you to feel relax and back to nature. almost the hiden place in Bali but it close to many attractions. price per night also cheap.
- 14Indonesia8 reviews
Not everyday i wake up with this view, with its pristine beach and endless wave this place is a paradise!
- 15Indonesia2 reviews
If you are looking for more secluded place in Bali, visit Manggis. It is less touristy and still very quiet. The beach around this area has black/darker sands.
- 16Indonesia7 reviews
Kintamani, famous with the Volcano view and Coffee Luwak. It is highland area.