Hey bud ;) I visited Bali last summer for 5 days. Had an epic adventure. Although I was travelling solo. Anyways Day 1 Visit the Tanah Lot temple in the morning and hang out at Canggu in the evening. The lawn throws one of the most beautiful sunsets in the world. Day 2 Take a day trip to Nusa Penida islands. You will not regret this. Clear blue water and white sand on a private beach is what this place offers you. Day 3 Chill out and explore Seminyak and it’s several cafes and bars. It’s got some fun shopping also. Specifically; head to Nalu bowls for breakfast. Kynd Community for lunch. Watch the sunset at Potato head. Dinner at Sea Circus. Party till late at La Favela. Day 4. Keep this entire day to explore Ubud. One of the gorgeous places in Bali. If you are not up till late the previous night sign up for a MT. Batur trek. It’s phenomenal ;) explore ubud, the instagram famous Bali swing and the waterfalls after the trek. Tip: things in Bali are far. Plan out your travels. If you are scootering around the island make sure you leave well in time to get to the destination. Bali is packed with traffic in the afternoons as everybody is headed for sunset.
Hey Amit, Follow this itinerary for 4 days in Bali :- Day 1 - explore Kuta and Tanah lot Day 2 - this day will be for north bali ... sekumpul waterfall, pura ulun danu beratan, jatiluwih rice terrace, Pura luhur batukau..... Day 3 - This day will be for east bali :- Pura lempuyang, Tirtha gangaa wate garden, Pura agung besakih, Day 4 - Kee this day to explore ubud :- Goa gajah, Kayeng rice fileds and juwuk manish rice fields, Ubud royal palace and art market, Pura Taman saraswati and monkey forest ... Happy Travelling Bro!!!
I can roughly chalk out a 4-day itinerary for you in Bali. Day 1
On the first day, you can cover Kuta and Seminyak as they are very close to one another. Lounge, sunbathe surf at any of the beaches here which include Kuta Beach, Seminyak Beach, Double Six Beach, and Echo Beach. Kuta beach is generally crowded but one of the best spots for seeing a beautiful Bali sunset. Echo beach is famous amongst surfers and there are many surf training centers here. Seminyak is quieter than Kuta but just as beautiful.
Other quirky and adventurous places you can check out include Kuta Theater, Dream Museum Zone, Upside Down World Bali, Naaman Gallery, and the Biasa Art Space. Although I’m not sure if you will be able to cover all of them, do try to visit a few at least.
Do remember to stop off at La Laguna for tapas and drinks in the evening. Day 2
There is a lot to explore in Ubud. This is slightly far from the rest of the places on this itinerary and there is a lot to see and do here. Visit the Goa Gajah ‘Elephant cave’ Next check out the Ubud Monkey Forest which is one of Bali’s several grey long-tailed macaque-inhabited forests. Day 3
Uluwatu Temple locally referred to as Pura Luhur Uluwatu, is one of Bali’s most iconic postcard landmarks, perched high on top of a cliff southwest of the Bukit peninsula. Day 4
Nusa Dua will take up a sizeable chunk of your photo library as there is so much to do here. On a clear morning, photographers will go mad after seeing the beauty of the Geger Temple. Good Luck!!
Hey Amit, Places you must visit in Bali : 1)Lovina -watch dolphins and scuba diving 2)Mount and Lake Batur -swim in hot springs 3)Sanur beach -parasailing and fishing 4)Kuta beach - visit Ground zero memorial 5)Puru Luhur Uluwati -snuset from the cliff 6)Tanah lot -temple 7)Seminyak 8)Pura Besakih -The mother temple 9)Ubud Happy travelling!!!!!