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Bali’s most Instagram worthy places: with On His Own Trip

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Picture perfect temples, sandy beaches and beautiful weather; Bali beckons ‘grammars all year round to marvel in it’s picturesque beauty.

Have a look at our favourite spots and most enjoyable things to do in Bali!

Ubud Swings

Bali Swing

Ubud, undoubtedly has the best swings in Bali. The swings are high above a gorge, right in the middle of the Balinese jungle giving you stunning views of the rice fields and this quaint town. Swinging your way around is a total must-do when in Ubud!


Best time to visit Bali

Ubud is the cultural heart of Bali. There is something for everyone in this serene town-right from artistic temples, ridge walks, yoga centres and cultural performances to relaxing with traditional Balinese massages and shopping in the touristy spots.

Take the time to wander around and you might be surprised by what you find. You’ll end up following in love with Ubud, like we do every time we visit this magical town!

Tegenungan Waterfall

Tegenungan waterfall

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Tegenungan Waterfall is one of the most popular waterfalls in Bali. It’s famous for the photo spots spread across it’s trail and it even has a swing that’s been created for the perfect Instagram photo. Of all the waterfalls in Bali, Tegenungan waterfall should be on top of your list!

Mount Batur Volcano

How to reach Mount Batur

Bali is a volcanic island, with impressive peaks coated in black lava and deep craters formed centuries ago. Located in the northeast of Bali, is Mount Batur, an active volcano that you can hike to!  Mount Batur is over 5,600 feet above sea level, and takes around two hours to summit. The view of sunrise through the small villages is something you cannot miss when in Bali.

Kuta, Bali

Places to see in Kuta

Kuta, the hub of tourism (and rightly so!) is synonymous with white sandy beaches, golden sunsets and a very vibrant nightlife. A vast stretch of boutiques and smalls,  instagrammable accommodation, affordable eateries with Balinese delicacies and vivacious nightlife; Kuta is an all time favourite.


Uluwatu temple in Bali

Uluwatu comes from ulu, meaning ‘lands end’, and watu, meaning ‘rock’. The hilly peninsula in the southern tip easily owns the most beautiful beaches in Bali. The trails across the cliff coastline provide panoramic views of the white sand beaches, so grab a drink and enjoy these hidden gems tucked away in the lap of these cliffs.

Uluwatu Temple

Bali best places to visit

Uluwatu Temple is a sea temple, that honours the gods of the sea. Located on top of a cliff overlooking the Indian Ocean, it gives a stunning view from the temple grounds. Get ready to click a gazillion pictures in one of the holiest temples of Ubud!

Water sports in Nusa Dua

Nusa Dua Water Sports

A mecca for thrill seekers in Bali, Nusa Dua will surely make Bali an unforgettable experience for you! If it is an intense rush of adrenaline that you seek, then Nusa Dua is where you should be headed. Home to clear blue waters and exciting activities, this destination has something in store for everyone right from beginners to adventure junkies.

Gilli Trawangan

Things to do in Gilli Trawangen

Gili Trawangan, or Gili T has always been termed as the chilled out alternative to Bali. It’s is a very very tiny island, part of the three islands that make up the Gillis, where life is simple and leisurely. Gilli will end up surprising you with the many colours that it’ll throw at you right from the orange-golden sunrise to the dark blues and pinks of the sunsets.

Gilli Trawangan Swings

Things to do in Gilli Trawangen

What better way to enjoy the sunset, than swinging over crystal clear water with your feet dipped in the ocean. If you’re all for lazying on hammocks and enjoying the overwater swings, Gilli T will surprise you and how!

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Neeraj Narayanan

Neeraj Narayanan, a.k.a Captain Nero, is the founder of OHOT. In the summer of 2013, he quit his corporate job and went backpacking around the world. In a year full of (mis)adventures, he ended up being chased by a bear in a Croatian forest, being held at gunpoint by a mafia gang lord in Turkey, running with the bulls in Spain, and dancing in the clubs of Spain and Italy. A year later, he started leading group trips for people.

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