Located just south of Kuta is the southern part of Bali known as Jimbaran. There are plenty of activities and locations for you to explore there. In this article, we’ll list some of the most notable destinations for you to visit in Jimbaran.
One of the best places to eat seafood in Jimbaran is by the beachside. When you arrive, all the different seafood stalls are essentially the same, so you can just pick the one that stands out the most to you. Their prices will vary slightly depending on the catch of the day, and how they season their seafood.
Perhaps one of Bali’s most recognized temples, Uluwatu is a must-see for its legendary views of the sunset. It’s regarded as one of the most sacred temples in Bali, and is believed to be one of the cardinal temples that safeguard the island from evil spirits. Visitors can also catch a glimpse of the world renowned Kecak Dance that is performed here during sunset.
Garuda Wisnu Kencana, or GWK, is a behemoth statue that towers over all things in southern Bali. In fact, this statue is so big you can see it from as far as the Ngurah Rai International Airport, and even parts of Kuta! The statue itself is built as a landmark for Bali, and serves as a cultural hub to showcase the rich history and culture of Bali.
This beach is one of the hidden beaches on the southern coast of Bali. Stretching for about a kilometer, Pandawa Beach is known for its surfing swells and beautiful limestone cliffs that feature carvings of the 5 Pandawas from the Mahabharata epic, hence the name.
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