Bali must be one of the world’s most Instagrammed places because it seems like everyone on social media, from digital nomads to influencers, has fallen under the spell of this Indonesian island’s jungles, temples, and beaches. With so many opportunities for sprucing up your feed, we’ve decided to round up some of the most popular places to go in Bali if you’re looking to take home that picture-perfect moment.

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Bali Swing

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Capture your most carefree self on the dramatic Bali Swing, where you’ll be harnessed up and launched into the air over the jungle view. 

Rice Terraces

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You’ll find these stunningly green and multi-layered landscapes mostly in the center of the island, but the most popular are Tegalalang and Jatiluwih.

Mount Batur

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The sunrise hike up this volcano is basically a right of passage for long-term travelers in Bali, promising fantastic views at the top for the early risers.

Pura Lempuyang Temple

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The gates at this dramatic temple unveil a perfect view of Mount Agung and one of the hottest posing spots on the island. If you want to capture the reflection look, you’ll need to bring a small mirror as this is one of the tricks of the Bali Instagram trade.

Tanah Lot

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This sacred water temple is perfectly positioned on an island in the middle of the ocean and although tourists aren’t allowed inside, you can get a wonderful sunset shot from the beach.

Monkey Forest

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They’re cute but these cheeky monkeys in Ubud are also known around the world for their mischief. Be careful if you have any food on you because they can be aggressive.

Sekumpul Waterfall

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On this tropical island, you can hop around to lots of different waterfalls but this is one of the biggest and most dramatic.

Tibumana Waterfall

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If you want to go swimming underneath the waterfall, Tibumana flows into a pool of stunning blue water.

Broken Beach

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Technically, you’ll find this vertigo-inducing viewpoint on Nusa Penida, a tiny island off the coast of Bali, but it’s worth the trip for this dramatic backdrop and the chill surfer vibes.

The Lawn

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The nature in Bali is incredible, but so are the beach bars! In Canggu, this spot with an infinity pool looking over the beach is the perfect place to cheers to the sunset with a pretty cocktail in hand.


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