Francophone Guide : 3 Best Things to Do in Bali

Francophone Guide in Bali


3 Best Things to Do in Bali :

Francophone guide in Bali is as same as the guide for you during your stay in Bali but it used French because it is specifically designed for people that prefer French rather than English or even Bahasa Indonesia. Generally, it consists of the tips about the places you should visit as well as the things you should do in Bali. As we all know, Bali is famous for the natural beauty, historical sites, and sacred temples across the regencies.

So, in this article I am going to tell you about things you should do in Bali. If you are French, you can use Google Translate for translating this article. This article is good because you will know the best things you can do in Bali. Check this out.

Tanah Lot

Tanah Lot is located in Tabanan. This is the most iconic temple in the Bali Island. The temple is mounted on the top of big rock. The rock itself is surrounded by the sea along with the waves that crash the base of the rock in constant mode. The local people believe that this is the most important temple in the sea and it is also named as the sea’s guardian spirit. Do you like sunset? You will never get disappointed by waiting for the sunset in Tanah Lot.

Uluwatu Temple

This temple is also one of the most important temples that are surrounded by the sea. This temple stands with confident on the cliff edge and is located at Bukit peninsula in southwestern of Bali Island. Dramatic sunsets can be caught on this area just like the Tanah Lot. Other than that, Uluwatu Temple is featured by the open theater located near the temple location where you can watch Kecak and fire dances. If you are lucky, you will see the monkey forest too.

Tegallalang Rice Terraces

If you are more into something greenish, you can visit Ubud. There are a lot of rice fields with beautiful look at Ubud village. The best vantage point at the paddies are located up north of the village’s center. You will see the beautiful scenery of rice terraces along the Tegallalang Street. There are also several shops that sell arts and foods ranging from stalls up to luxurious restaurants. You can also get the souvenirs at Ubud or near the Tegallalang rice terraces. This is really useful for use Francophone guide in Bali.

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