5 Super Thrilling Ways to Explore the Crazy and Wild Side of Beautiful Bali

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5 Super Thrilling Ways to Explore the Crazy and Wild Side of Beautiful Bali

People have always known Bali to be a very romantic place. The beaches, the beautiful and the spectacular landscape make for a perfect romantic setting. But, if you are one of those who has a knack for those sudden visits to creepy places and exotic getaways, then Bali would be a perfect place to be. It is a perfect combination of calm and serene beaches with some rather unknown places that are for the crazy tourists. Here is a complete guide of the thrilling things that you can do when you are in Bali.

Visit Trunyan Necropolis

Located in the highlands of Bali, there exists a village called Trunyan. The boat trip that will help you reach this place is itself highly thrilling. The native Balinese do not cremate or bury the dead here. Instead, they are wrapped and kept inside a wooden cage to prevent animals from eating them. The pungent smell together with the moss covered bones and skulls will give you the chills for sure.

Quick tip: Do not visit this place with someone who gets nervous too easily.

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Explore the treasure of Suluban Beach

Are you fond of pirate stories and always been thinking what it would be like to visit a location that would be as exotic as the ones shown in Pirates of the Caribbean? If yes, then a visit to the Suluban Beach during your Bali trip availing the goibibo coupons will make your dream come true. It does not have actual pirates, but the underwater sea temple, the dim lights, and caves will make your experience a creepy one.

Quick tip: Take an eye patch to get into that pirate kind of feeling!

 

Visit the Bat Cave

The Bat Cave of Goa Lawah will give you an exact impression of the Batman movie. This temple is built inside a cave that has a rather eerie opening. And most importantly, you will see thousands of bats hanging from the top. Try visiting this place during the daytime because you would not want the horde of bats to attack when you hit your  flashlight on them.

Quick tip: Never ever carry a flash light or torch. Try not to spend too much time here because of the presence of bats.

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Slide down a waterfall

Watching a waterfall from a distant place and getting to slide on one is totally different. This can happen when you are in Bali. The Aling-Aling waterfall is a twin fall and the streams that flow will literally make you slide into water from a great height and into the dropping zone. This natural waterslide has become a major tourist attraction in the last decade.

Quick tip: Do not travel alone. Ask your partner to carry your clothes. There is no separate provision to keep your clothes and change.

Visit the Haunted Hotel of Bedugul

The haunted hotel of Bedugul is one of the creepiest places that you will ever be. But, the thrill lies when you visit the place alone. If you are with your friends, you can explore all the abandoned rooms, but do take extra precaution if you are trying to visit this place alone. The haunted hotel of Bedugul is definitely not for the faint-hearted. So, try avoiding this place at night.

Quick tip: Try visiting the place with your friends. Do not linger around in one place for too long.

Bali is like the two sides of a coin. On one hand, you have the beautiful shores and beaches that would make for a complete romantic trip. On the other hand, you have these thrilling places that would take some guts to visit. If you are one for the adventures, then you should definitely eye for the latter option.

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4 Comments:

  1. I would love to see that bat cave. It sounds intriguing. I would be scared if the bats starts flying though.

  2. I’ve heard so much about Bali. The bat cave you mentioned is pretty interesting.

  3. I love Bali, the food, most especially. It’s one of those cities where you can get excellent brunch and I can never pass up a good brunch!

  4. The bali is very beatiful palce for making your holidays best.

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