2) Must visits/must dos : #TannahLot Temple, Sea diving with dolphins at the #LovinaBeach, Drive to #Bratanlake and surrounded vicinity,Early morning trek to #MountBatur, Visit coffee plantations and taste innumerous flavors of tea and coffee,Explore #Ubud and stay a night there, Get lost in the Night life at Kuta Beach, Rent a cycle and explore mystery beaches around Nusa Dusa
Kebun Raya Bali
3. Kebun Raya BaliThis botanic garden is not so far from Ulun Danu Temple. Known as Indonesia’s largest botanic garden, the area is about 389 acres. Besides used as conservation and botanical research area, the garden is also for recreation and education centre. Inside the area, a traditional balinese guesthouse is open for public. You can spend the rest of your day in the wood with wild monkeys while having a short stay at the guesthouse.
All points of interest are placed around city center, Only Goa Gajah is placed little far about 7-8 kms from city center. Next day I hired taxi to see green village & lake Bratan. Green village is magnificent display of green architecture. It's jaw dropping architecture will make you wanna look twice at every detail. Lake bratan temple is set against beautiful backdrop of mountain and lake around. Buy souvenirs from Ubud rather than from Kuta. Prices are way cheaper and Souvenirs are authentic. Even if you are on budget try to spend a evening enjoying live music with drinks.
After a good night's sleep, we started the next day exploring the city. There were few monuments and well built stone temples. Later we headed towards Beratan lake. It is a small lake far from the city but with a scenic view. We were driving on our own and hence could always cheat on the itinerary that we had planned. Our initial plan was to visit Ubud after the lake, however we ended up in the botanical gardens. It was all worth. The temperature in the gardens suddenly dropped and we could feel the chill. This place is a huge green patch of flora in the middle of valley.