A Unique Shot For Your Gram!
Posted on 09 January 2019
Amazing Places in Bali for your Instaworthy Post
You've been an active Instagram user and you love how likes and comments just pops up in your notification for every new photo you've posted in your gram. Alongside, you love photography too! - Can't seem to go anywhere without your camera by your side? Yes, we totally get it!
You just bought a ticket to Bali - the islands of Gods! Uh-oh - Don't have the idea for places to visit to get that instaworthy shot?
We're here to help you!
Here are the 5 top places to step up your Instagram game:
1. Nusa Penida Island
Explore the amazing view on this island - you will be spoilt with choices! Nusa Penida consist of a cliff form in the shape of a Tyrannosaurus Rex at Kelingking Secret Point Beach and it boast to be the favourite among travelers. This is definitely a unique environment for your instaworthy post.
2. Lempuyang Temple
"The Temple of Thousands Steps' - Capture an exceptional photo here with a view of the temple 'Heavens Gate' and the majestic Mount Agung depicting in the background with an addition of its reflection upon a small pond. Fact: It is advisable to visit during sunrise to avoid crowds.
3. Tegalalang Rice Terrace
The iconic rice terrace, a popular spot of a traditional Balinese irrigation system known as 'subak'. Situated in a valley, the Tegalalang rice terrace offers extremely scenic lookouts over the rice fields and surrounding green landscape.
4. The Edge
The Edge defies both convection and gravity. Clinging to the side of a 500 feet sea cliff near the tiny village of Pecatu. How unique is it to swim in a pool at the edge of the cliff with the view of the Indian Ocean? You'll impress your followers with this 'dangerous' looking experience, and it is something that you won't be able to see everyday.
Bali is a living postcard, an Indonesian paradise that feels like a fantasy. Soak up the sun on a stretch of fine white sand, encounter with tropical creatures as you dive along coral ridges. Onshore, the lush jungle shelters stone temples and mischievous monkeys.
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