Bali offers a huge amount of sight seeing located around all areas of the south surrounding the resorts and also located all around the entire island. The different types of Bali sightseeing from the many various and differing temples around the island, the areas of incredible natural beauty such as the lakes, mountains, forests, beaches, cliffs and rice paddies which make up the classic Balinese landscapes. Besides the temples there are also plenty of other traditional sights such as the villages and markets located around the islands. As well as this there are some incredible historic areas including the colonial areas and the ancient landmarks around the island. There are also the different areas of Bali which offer quite different landscapes as well as cultural differences meaning that there is so much to see in terms of Bali sightseeing. Denpasar has plenty to see and some of the best markets, temples and museums. There are also areas around Ubud and the rest of Bali where you can visit markets in less built up and modernized areas.
In the south of Bali some of the main Bali sightseeing spots are the Uluwatu temple and the Tanah Lot Temple. Both of these temples are on the west coast and are best visited at sunset. The Tanah Lot is picturesque beyond belief and is the most photographed spot on the island and the Uluwatu temple offers the incredible and un-missable Kacak dance at sunset. These are the most popular temples to visit on the island and two of the best. Also in the south of Bali are the rice paddies of Tabanan, the attractions of Denpasar and the many beautiful beaches in the resort areas and the secluded deserted beaches that you can find located around the Canggu area on the west coast.
Looking at the rest of the island of Bali there is the west Bali region which is the magnificent national park where you can see not only the traditional villages and the temples but also the wildlife which has been preserved in this area for hundreds of years. This is an area of exceptional natural beauty. There are also the mountains and lakes in the centre of Bali which make great Bali sightseeing offering the floating temple as well as some magnificent vies looking down into the valleys. Around the east and the rest of Bali you will find more temples, waterfalls, water palaces and hot and cold springs, the volcanoes and other interesting areas which are all worth seeing. Ubud is home to some of the most artist views and cultures of the area where you will find the monkey forests and some of the most ancient attractions of Bali. In the far west of the island of Bali you will find that the area is predominantly Muslim which makes an interesting aspect of the island and a completely different culture. All of these sights can be linked into Bali sightseeing tours and trips allowing you to use your time efficiently and see as much as possible of these incredible attractions.