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Bali is always known for zillions of beautiful beaches and fancy beach clubs spread around the coastline. Yet, little do people know that the further they stray from the coastline, the more they will find natural gems in forms of beautiful Bali waterfalls waiting to be discovered. Here are 9 most beautiful waterfalls in Bali to add to your next Bali bucket list.

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South Kuta, which practically covers the whole southern side of Bali (or the foot in Bali’s map), is a home to myriads of luxury accommodations, hidden beaches overlooking the majestic Indian Ocean, and other beauty you rarely find in the usuals (Kuta, Seminyak, or even, Ubud). It’s a versatile area where you can be what you want to be—from being a luxury seeker, culture geek, extreme day-tripper, or surf junkie. South Kuta offers you innumerable activities to do for several days of your Bali getaway.

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South Kuta, which practically covers the whole southern side of Bali (or the foot in Bali’s map), is a home to myriads of luxury accommodations, hidden beaches overlooking the majestic Indian Ocean, and other beauty you rarely find in the usuals (Kuta, Seminyak, or even, Ubud). It’s a versatile area where you can be what you want to be—from being a luxury seeker, culture geek, extreme day-tripper, or surf junkie. South Kuta offers you innumerable activities to do for several days of your Bali getaway.

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Saraswati Day is celebrated once every Balinese 210-day lunar year, taking the name from the Hindu goddess of knowledge, music, art, wisdom and learning. To pay tribute to the sacred day, the Balinese place offerings in temples and homes, and pray, asking for blessings for their holy texts, books, and any sources of knowledge and learning.

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America has Fourth of July, while Australia has Australia Day; Indonesia also has a day to equal those most celebrated national day, called Indonesia’s Independence Day or Hari Kemerdekaan Indonesia.

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While Bali is mostly known for the sun, the sand, and the sea with some bites of nightclubs and exotic resorts, it is also a paradise for running/jogging enthusiasts. Different landscapes in different parts of Bali lend dwellers of the island varieties of jogging tracks—from beach-side tracks, city tracks to green tracks.