Jimbaran is a peaceful fishing village and tourist resort in Bali, Indonesia. The main attraction in this city is the beach and hence the beach has sea food restaurants and luxury hotels. The lifeline of his city is dependent on the tourism industry , and tourists can have their choice of fresh sea food which is immediately prepared for them.
This is Bali’s one of the most used postcard landmark. This temple is perched atop a high cliff facing the sea amongst a tropical forest with long tail macaques flying about. This is one of the most dramatic spots to witness the sunset. During sunset just a few meters away from the temple, traditional fire dances are performed.
Garuda Wisnu Kencana
This is a multipurpose site sprawling over the hills of Ungasan. The main showpiece is a gigantic statue of the Hindu god Vishnu riding on the back of the mythical Garuda eagle. The different locations are makeshift locations for the various pieces of art and culture, exhibitions and world class gigs. On completion the tower would be 145 meters tall and one of the tallest towers in the world.
New Kuta Green Park
This is a great water park with lots of amenities of leisure and fun. This park is filled with a variety of pools, lazy rivers and slides and other activities for families. For people loving an adrenaline rush, there is a 200 metre flying fox rides, vertical bungee jumping and a paintball battlefield.
Padang Padang Beach
The beach is Bali’s most popular surf spot which is accessible by a flight of stairs through a unique hollow cave. There are local stalls serving sea food and a temple halfway through the stairs overlooking the beach with a traditional gapura gate.
Jimbaran bay Traditional Fish Market
This is the fishing hotspot from where the fish to all hotels and restaurants are circulated. The tourists can find all forms of salt water fishes from the red snapper to the rare mahi-mahi . The best time to visit this place is just after sunrise when you can have a look at the fishing boats unloading their live catch.
The beach Is down a dozen limestone steps and is considered the surfer’s paradise in Bali. This beach has a wonderful scene with majestic waves breaking onto the shore with the local restaurants serving refreshments.
This is Bali’s first hidden beach and the most popular surfing hotspot in Bali. This is home to some of the best reef breaks in the area and it attracts famous wave riders from all over the world.
This gallery is an extension of Bali’s most celebrated and legendary ceramic producers. Here one can admire a rich variety of ceramic art where paintings, and various artifacts are displayed by international ceramic artists.