Where to go in Bali during the coronavirus outbreak?
Bali is under quarantine with almost all tourist facilities being closed, but those who live on the island or are stuck in here, of course, do not want to stay at home.
We have put together a list of interesting places for you to go to.
However, we urge you to follow all safety precautions, maintain social distancing and use face masks.
1. Leke-Leke Waterfall
At the moment, this is perhaps the only waterfall in Bali that is officially open for visitors. It is located in the central part of the island. Entrance to the waterfall costs Rs 50,000 per person.
You can have a snack, relax before or after visiting the waterfall, and enjoy the view in the local cafe. Prices in the cafe are quite reasonable.
The path to the waterfall itself is comfortable and is kept in good condition. At the end of the path you will find refreshing water and a beautiful view.
You will definitely enjoy this walk!
The waterfall is located here - https://goo.gl/maps/AG7o7U2pqZD2
2. The Lovina
Why go to the Lovina? Well, firstly, you will have an interesting trip almost across the island with beautiful roads and amazing views.
Secondly, there you can relax and watch the dolphins.
The Lovina has a beach with black sand and a calm ocean with practically no waves. This is such a corner of silence and peace.
3. See the sunrise overlooking the volcano
Do you like to ride at night, when all the roads deserted and you can be completely alone?
Then go to a viewpoint offering a beautiful scenery of the volcano. Plan your trip so that you arrive at dawn and enjoy this magnificent view.
For night rides we advise you to dress warm.
Located here - https://goo.gl/maps/hWjr2Ae2PZunkqWFA
4. Admire the plantations of blooming marigolds
The northern part of the island is truly magical and has so many different and interesting spots to explore.
We suggest you take a ride to the Desa Temukus fields, which bloom almost all year round. Balinese people grow so many flowers for daily religious offerings.
Plantations are located in the northeast of the island, near Pura Besakih - here
5. Take a walk around such a multi-faceted Denpasar
In recent years, Denpasar has changed a lot towards becoming a modern and an interesting city. We recommend at least to walk along a small promenade decorated with graffiti.
This place is located in the traditional market area and surely will not leave you indifferent, as you have not seen Denpasar of this kind before.
Do you know an interesting open location? Write to us about it at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will add information to the article!