Instagrammable Bali – The Best 43 Instagram Spots in Bali

Bali is one of the most beautiful destinations in South East Asia. Packed to bursting with steaming jungles, pristine beaches, majestic waterfalls, lush rice terraces and smouldering volcanoes, Instagrammable Bali hotspots await you at every turn. To this end, we have put together this list of 43 of the best photography and Instagram in spots in Bali. With the help of this guide, you’ll be able to create the Instagram feed of your dreams.

We’ve spent a lot of time in Bali over the years. We like to think we know it pretty well. In this list of Instagrammable places in Bali, we don’t only cover the hotspots but some beautiful hidden gems as well. You are about to see why we fell in love with Bali, and why it’s considered one of the most photogenic holiday destinations. Even those with very little photography experience can create some mind-blowing and Instagram-worthy photos in Bali.

So here we have it, the 43 Best Instagrammable Spots for Bali. We also include photography tips, map links, where to stay in Bali and top tips for exploring the island.

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Instagrammable Bali Hotels

If you haven’t already booked your Bali accommodation, I would seriously consider one of the following Instagrammable hotels in Bali. From tree houses and beach resorts to some of the most jaw-dropping swimming pools you’ve ever seen, here’s a list of our favs.

1. Mayo Resort, North Bali

During our time in the North of Bali, we stayed at the beautiful Mayo Resort. Located in Seririt, this charming 3* beach resort is somewhat of a hidden gem. It’s in the perfect location for a relaxing beach getaway, but it’s also close by all of the top things to do in the North of Bali.

The resort boasts a pool, restaurant, and one of the best sunset views in Bali. When the tide goes out it creates a sea of rock pools, and the reflections make for a stunning Instagram photo. Oh, and it is one of the best Black Sand Beaches in Bali.

Check rates and availability for Mayo Resort here.

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2. Munduk Moding Plantation Nature Resort, North Bali

When it comes to Instagrammable hotels in Bali, it doesn’t get much better than Munduk Moding Plantation. This luxury jungle resort shot to Insta-fame thanks to its iconic infinity pool that overlooks the verdant landscapes of North Bali.

Rolling green hills and rice paddies stretch as far as the eye can see, and if you rise & shine early, you’re in for one of the best sunrise views in Bali. A stunning reflection in the pool creates a gorgeous optical illusion, making this one of the best Instagram spots in all of Bali.

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3. Patal Kikian Villa, Sidemen

I told you Bali boasts some of the best pool views in all the world, and here’s a prime example. Located in Sidemen East of Bali, Patal Kikian Villa offers an unrivalled view of Bali’s most prodigious volcano, Mount Agung.

You can enjoy a one of a kind experience in this area of Bali, that’s retained an authentic vibe without the tourist boom that’s prevalent in other areas of the island. While you’re here, check out the best things to do in Amed and the East of Bali.

Check rates and availability for Patal Kikian Villa.

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4. The Hideout Bali, Duda

Hideout Bali offers a unique eco-friendly stay for adventurous souls that enjoy being surrounded by nature. Located beside a river amongst sweeping rice fields, these enchanting bamboo houses are hidden away in the lush Balinese jungle.

This is your opportunity to get off the beaten path and experience authentic life in a Balinese village. Booking is only available via Airbnb and it’s recommended to book in advance.

Check rates and availability for Hideout Bali. We are pleased to offer a £34 discount on your first booking with Airbnb. Simply click the link to validate your offer.

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5. Camaya Bali, Duda

Another extraordinary Air Bnb in Bali is the Insta-famous Camaya Bali. Tucked away in the mountains of East Bali, these stunning bamboo houses provide a unique glamping experience, where you can escape the crowds and spend the night in a stunning remote location.

While the bamboo houses are impressive, the pinnacle of this experience has to be the hammocks. Overlooking a jaw-dropping view of a lush jungle valley, this is where you’ll bag yourself the best Instagram photos. Again, booking in advance is recommended.

Check rates and availability for Camaya Bali. We are pleased to offer a £34 discount on your first booking with Airbnb. Simply click the link to validate your offer.

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6. Kayon Jungle Resort, Ubud

Ubud is home to several of Bali’s most Instagrammable hotels, and up there with the best of them is the Kayon Jungle Resort. The double-tiered infinity pool you see pictured below is one of the most photographed swimming pools in all of Bali. It’s also caused some controversy in the past thank to its slightly precarious nature. All publicity is good publicity though, right?

If your budget can stretch to it, you can expect nothing less at this five-star resort. As well as its picturesque pool and jungle vibes, you can expect luxury rooms and facilities that guarantee an unforgettable stay.

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7. Kamandalu Resort, Ubud

Our next Instagram hotspot is the luxury Kamandalu Resort. We love how this hotel combines traditional Balinese style with modern amenities to create a truly unique hotel experience.

Again, set in the heart of the Ubud jungle, you’ll find photo opportunities everywhere. Especially the infinity pool you see below made even better with a floating breakfast or brunch involved.

We don’t usually splurge on such experiences when we travel, but it was Charlotte’s birthday so we made an exception. It’s a Bali experience and Instagram spot not to be missed.

Check rates and availability for Kamandalu Resort.

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8. Bubble Hotel Bali, Uluwatu

We love how Bali continues to surprise us with new and innovative hotels, and The Bubble Hotel in Uluwatu is an excellent example. These transparent dome rooms remind us a little of the glass igloos in Lapland. But rather than watching for the Northern Lights, you can stargaze from the comfort of your bed.

Of course, in addition to a unique accommodation experience, the ‘Bubble’ rooms have quickly become one of the most Instagrammed spots in Bali. We love this romantic moment that @mariefeandjake snow created below!

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9. The Edge, Uluwatu

Our final Instagrammable hotel in Bali is The Edge. Perched quite literally on the edge of a limestone cliff in Uluwatu, this luxury villa resort boasts spectacular views over the Indian ocean.  

There are various photo opportunities around the resort; however, the favourite is the clifftop pool with a transparent glass bottom. Displaying a sheer drop to rugged cliffs and shoreline below, it’s probably not for the faint-hearted. But you know what they say, do it for the gram!

Check rates and availability for the Edge.

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Instagrammable Bali Waterfalls

There are over a hundred waterfalls in Bali that we know of. And it wouldn’t surprise me if there are many more hidden away in the depths of the jungle. Some of our favourite waterfalls are near Ubud, but there are plenty more in the Northern Region of the island as well. We’ve whittled the list down to 8 Instagrammable waterfalls in Bali.

10. Banyumala Waterfall, North Bali

Making quite a name for itself, Banyumala is an impressive set of falls in the mountainous region of Munduk. This hidden gem is quickly becoming one of the top things to do in North Bali.

If you don’t mind the relatively difficult trek to reach Banyumala Falls, your reward will be a striking double waterfall cascading down a vine infested cliff face. The falls have formed a crystalised natural pool at the bottom, ideal for cooling off after the arduous trek down and makes for a striking photo to add to your Instagram feed.

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11. Gitgit Waterfall, North Bali

Our next Bali Instagram spot is Gitgit Waterfall. At a tremendous height of 35-metres, Gitgit is one of the tallest and most powerful waterfalls in Bali. Thanks to its accessible location, it’s also one of the most popular amongst tourists and locals alike.

Set in a real jungle paradise environment, Gitgit has all the feels of an off-the-beaten-path adventure. When, in fact, it’s located an easy 15-minute walk from the main road. It’s an adventure without too much risk involved, Gitgit is the ideal spot to take a dip, chill out, and admire nature. 

Click the link for our complete guide to Gitgit Waterfall including entrance fees and how to get there.

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12. Aling Aling Waterfall, North Bali

Dear Instagrammers and Photographers, you absolutely cannot miss Aling Aling Waterfall. Famed for its impressive collection of waterfalls and daredevil cliff jumping opportunities, this is one of our favourite things to do in North Bali.

With so much to see and do at Aling Aling, it would be easy to kill an entire day here and not get bored. It’s important to mention that if you want to take part in cliff jumping at Aling Aling and all the other adventurous stuff, you will need to pay for a guide. 

Click the link for our complete guide to Aling Aling Waterfall including entrance fees and how to get there.

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13. Sekumpul Waterfall, North Bali

Set in the Northern region of Bali, Sekumpul Waterfall is a magnificent set of falls amid a lush avatar-like environment. Often considered the best waterfall in Bali, you won’t want to miss this spot when planning out your Bali itinerary.

There are a couple of ways in which you can view the waterfall. You can either admire at a birds-eye view from the viewing deck up above. Or, if you are feeling adventurous, you can opt for the arduous hike down to the bottom of the falls. Both angles offer some incredible photo opportunities.

Click the link for our complete guide to Sekumpul Waterfall including entrance fees and how to get there.

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14. Leke Leke Waterfall, Ubud

Leke Leke is one of the most picturesque waterfalls in all of Bali.  The perfectly framed cove is as if it was made just for Instagram. There is no swimming here, but it’s a pretty hike down and well worth a visit.

Click the link for our complete guide to Leke Leke Waterfall including entrance fees and how to get there.

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15. Kanto Lampo Waterfall, Ubud

Kanto Lampo Falls is an especially popular waterfall near Ubud, as it is one of the best waterfalls in Bali for swimming. Water cascades down the stepped rockface from a modest 15 metre, making for quite the scenic view hence why it has made it way onto our Instagram list.

With the hike to Kanto Lampo being only 5-minutes down some stairs, this is the perfect spot for a fun day out. One of the 7 best waterfalls to see while in Ubud, click the link to see the rest of the list!

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16. Tibumana Waterfall, Ubud

Another one of our personal favourites, Tibumana Waterfall is as beautiful as they come.  You can expect a bit of a walk down to this one;  however, it’s worth it for the promise of a swim at the bottom.

The highlight of Tibumana Waterfall is the majestic flow of water and fantastic location. Surrounded by lush nature, it is easily one of the most instagrammable spots in Bali. And the relatively straightforward trek to reach the falls means it is accessible to all age groups and capabilities

Click the link for our complete guide to Tibumana Waterfall including entrance fees and how to get there.

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17. Tukad Cepung Waterfall, Ubud

Tukad Cepung Waterfall is a popular tourist attraction and arguably, one of the best waterfalls in Bali. Located just outside of Ubud, the magical falls sit nestled within a cave, making them somewhat unique compared to others on the island. 

The pinnacle of these falls is the incredible sun rays that protrude into the canyon during a specific time of day. These rays create an enchanting scene as they hit the waterfall, and many consider the location to be one of the most instagrammable spots in Bali.

Click the link for our complete guide to Tukad Cepung Waterfall including entrance fees and how to get there.

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Instagrammable Bali Hotspots

Next up, we have our favourite famous Instagram hotspots in Bali. Many you will certainly already be familiar with, but there are a few hidden gems in there as well. One thing is for certain though, you’ll want to visit every single one!

18. Wanagiri Hidden Hill, North Bali

The likelihood is you’ve come across the Wanagiri Hidden Hills on Instagram a few thousand separate occasions.  The infamous Bali Swing (Number 17) and bamboo viewing platforms are the epitomai of gimmicky; however, there’s no denying that the stunning backdrop makes for a spectacular photo. 

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19. The Bali Swing, North Bali

The ‘original’ Bali swing is in Ubud, but at $35 per person, it comes at a pretty steep price. The swing pictured below is at Wanagiri Hidden Hill and costs just a fraction of the price with equally stunning views. There are several other Bali swings you can choose from as well that are also cheaper than the original.

20. Ulun Danu Water Temple, North Bali

Our next famous Bali Instagram spot is the mystical Ulun Danu Water Temple. Otherwise known as the ‘floating’ temple, the Hindu temple built in the middle of Tamblingan Lake is an iconic Bali attraction. It’s touristy as hell, but there’s no denying its sheer magnificence.

Complemented by the backdrop of the misty Bedugul mountain range, the view is one of a kind. It’s good to note that rising water levels influence the appearance of the temple. If there hasn’t been a lot of rain, the ‘floating’ effect isn’t as noticeable. But either way, the temple is well worth adding to your list of Instagram spots.

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21. Bali Handara Gate, North Bali

Another spot that owes thanks for it’s popularity to Instagram, Handara Gate is often mistaken for a religious site or historical point of interest. When in-fact, the picture-perfect gate is actually just the entrance to a luxury golf course in Munduk.

Nowadays, entrepreneurial locals make a business from the gate alone, charging tourists 30,000 IDR for the ‘selfie’ ticket. This gets you a spot in the often hours-long queue, where groups of people scramble for the same perfect shot. It’s madness really, but again, a beautiful place to take a photo.  

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22. Mount Batur Sunrise View, North Bali

There’s nothing quite like the feeling of accomplishing something while most people are still in bed. So how about summiting a 1700 metre high active volcano for sunrise? That’s precisely what we did to get one of the best views in Bali, and any keen photographer will not want to miss it.

I have to admit, getting out of bed to make our way to base camp at 2 am was less than appealing. However, the magical moment of experiencing sunrise atop an active volcano was the ultimate reward.

On a clear day, you get a striking view of Mount Agung directly opposite. And. on a cloudy day, it appears that you’re floating on clouds. So either way, you’re in for some cracking photos.

If you’re worried about how safe it is to trek an active volcano, you needn’t be. Check out the complete guide for Mount Batur Sunrise Trekking, including prices, how to prepare and more.

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23. Taman Tirta Gangga, East Bali

Taman Tirta Gangga is a former royal palace and cultural attraction near Amed in the East of Bali. A majestic wonderland of intricate Balinese carvings, fountains, and a variety of flora and fauna, it’s easy to see why this spot is a dream for photographers.

The most common angle is the one you can see below, and you can buy food for the coy carp to lure them into your photo. The result is absolutely stunning, don’t you agree?

See Full Blog Post: 14 Adventurous Things to do in Amed & East Bali

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24. Bukit Cinta – Mount Agung Viewpoint, East Bali

Our next Bali Instagram spot is Bukit Cinta in Amed. Bukit Cinta is not only the best viewpoint of Mount Agung on the entire island but a strong contender for our favourite view in Bali. 

If you don’t mind the early start, we suggest visiting Bukit Cinta for sunrise. On a perfect morning, morning mist cloaks the ricefields while pink hues in the sky cast a magical glow on Agung. We were unlucky on our first trip to Bukit Cinta; however, struck the Jackpot on our second attempt.

We can honestly say it’s one of the most memorable mornings of our lives, and if you are to make only one sunrise during your time in Bali, make it this one!

See Full Blog Post: Bukit Cinta – Mount Agung Viewpoint

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25. Pura Lempuyan Temple, East Bali

Located upon Lempuyan Mountain, a 30-minute drive from Amed, the Pura Lempuyan Hindu temple is considered to be one of the most sacred sites in all of Bali.

While the temple complex is made up of seven separate sanctuaries, most are only familiar with the famous ‘Bali Gateway to Heaven’. Boasting a perfectly framed view of Mount Agung in the background, this spot has become one of the most Instagrammed places in Bali.

See Full Blog Post: Pura Lempuyan Temple

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26. Underwater Temple, Amed

Amed is the diving capital of Bali, but you can also experience a realm of vibrant marine life just by snorkelling. There are several reefs just metres out from the coast and you can even find this stunning underwater temple.

Jemeluk Bay is the most popular snorkelling spot in Amed and it’s here you’ll find the underwater temple. Or for a more adventurous snorkelling experience, visit Lipah Beach or Selang Beach where it’s not uncommon to spot reef sharks and sea turtles.

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27. Campuhan Ridge Walk, Ubud

One of our favourite ways to start the day in Ubud, Campuhan Ridge is a scenic walking trail located just minutes from the town centre. If you have an Instagram account, I have no doubt you are familiar with this spot already. However, there’s actually a lot more to the trail than that Insta-famous stretch with the palm trees.

What’s great about this hike, is that it’s easily accessible and not so strenuous. Meaning it can be great fun for all the family. The most popular trail is 2km in length with some steady inclines. Or if you fancy the challenge, you can continue for up to 9km. Admire the breathtaking vistas as you walk, take some photos, and stop off for a refreshment at the tranquil Karsa Cafe. 

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28. Tegalalang Rice Terrace, Ubud

When planning your Ubud itinerary one of the first stops has to be the famous Tegalalang Rice Terraces. What was once a mere source of income for local farmers, has since become one of the most photographed spots in all of Bali. 

The best time to visit the rice terraces is first thing in the morning. Not only will you skip the crowds – this spot gets incredibly busy after 10 am – but the golden hour glow creates a magical scene of the valley. You’ll also find the iconic Bali swings and ‘I Love Bali’ signs, which again are very popular for taking photos.

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29. Ubud Jungle

It’s easy to get creative when there’s so much beautiful nature around, and that’s exactly what we did to capture the photo below. We found this cute jungle cove on an off the beaten track hike one day so I couldn’t say exactly where it is. But I’m sure there’s plenty of other spots just like it if you keep your eyes peeled!

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Getting lost in the beautiful jungles of Bali

30. Omnia Beach Club, Uluwatu

Omnia Beach Club is reasonably new to the Uluwatu party scene, but it’s already making quite a name for itself. Not only does the club host world-class DJs such as Martin Garrix and Above Beyond.  But no expense has been spared in the lavish design of the open-air club.

The photogenic sky bar is the centrepiece of the club. And seemingly floating over the Indian Ocean, it’s designed to be a show stopper hence why it’s one of the most Instagrammable places in Bali.

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31. Karang Boma Cliff, Uluwatu

Our next Instagrammable place in Bali is Karang Boma Cliff – one of our favourite spots in Bali to watch the sunset.  The 70m limestone cliff looks right out over the India ocean and allows you a beautiful view of the southern coastline. 

It’s inevitable to want the iconic cliff-edge shot you see below.  By all means, go for it.  It’s a reasonably safe spot, and I don’t have to tell you not to get too close to the edge now, do I? With a sheer drop to the ocean and rocks below, it’s not a place you want to get wobbly.

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32. Bali’s Abandoned Plane, Uluwatu

One of Bali’s mysteries, the abandoned Boeing 737. No one really knows how it got there and why it’s still there. But it makes for an awesome picture!

You won’t want to miss this fun and quirky Bali Instagram spot.

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33. Rumah Pohon Treehouse, Nusa Penida

This Unique Tree House (Rumah Pohon) on Nusa Penida has become one of the most famous Bali Instagram spots and attractions. Perched upon a mountain, it provides stunning views over the azure waters and dramatic cliffs below.

It’s free to visit the treehouse and take photos, but you can also stay the night here. Waking up to that view is a morning you’re unlikely to forget. Booking is only available via Airbnb and it’s recommended to book in advance.

Check rates and availability for Rumah Pohon Treehouse. We are pleased to offer a £34 discount on your first booking with Airbnb. Simply click the link to validate your offer.

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Instagrammable Bali Beaches

It goes without question that some of the most Instagrammable places in Bali are its beaches. We love how the beaches are so diverse on the island. You have black sand beaches and white sand beaches. Beaches with caves and beaches with swings. Beaches with calm azure waters ideal for swimming and beaches with prodigious waves perfect for surfing. But naturally, the one thing they all have in common is that they all deserve a spot on your Instagram feed!

34. Amed Beach, Amed

While Amed Beach may be a far cry from the white sand beaches you’d expect in Bali, the glistening volcanic sand and coral-filled bays are equally compelling.

Black sand beaches are hardly scarce on the volcanic island of Bali; however, with the tremendous figure of Mount Agung dominating the view, the Amed coastline is especially unique.

You can also create some striking photos on the black sand, so don’t be in a hurry to disregard this underated Bali Instagram spot.

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35. Double Six Beach, Seminyak

What makes this beach stand out from others in Bali, is the mesmerising reflections that are created during golden hour.  Without trying to sound too technical, (because I have no idea of the science behind it).  When the sun sets, it radiates a magical light over the wet sand, resulting in a striking mirrored effect.  

Avid photographers will swoon over this location at golden hour.  You can create some pretty unique photos in these conditions.  And this is why we feel Double Six is a strong contender for one of the most instagrammable spots in Bali.

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36. Tegal Wangi Beach, Uluwatu

Our next Instagrammable Bali Beach is Tegal Wangi Beach. A popular beach for sunset, you can create some incredible photos here. Especially in the cave at the far end of the beach which would be easy to miss if you didn’t know it was there.

The cave acts as a perfect natural frame to your photo. So you can almost guarantee the compliments will come rolling in regarding your photography skills. Add this to your list of things to do in Uluwatu.

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37. Balangan Beach Viewpoint, Uluwatu

Another of the best views in Bali is at the Balangan Beach Viewpoint.  The prodigious limestone cliff looks right out over the Indian ocean and allows you a beautiful view of the azure waters and rugged coastline.

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38. Topan Beach, Uluwatu

Our next Bali Instagram spot is somewhat of a hidden gem. We decided to try and find this beach after spotting it from the Omnia Beach Club and was amazed to find a hiking trail that leads down to it.

It’s a beautiful remote beach boasting a realm of rock pools, rock formations, and pristine white sand. You can capture some epic shots here, especially if you have a drone. But be sure to check the tide time table, as it comes all the way in here.

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Instagram Spot – Topan beach Bali

39. Kelingking Beach, Nusa Penida

We seriously contemplated not visiting this beach after seeing the famous t-rex head countless times on Instagram; however, we were grateful we took the time to go. It is by far one of the most extraordinary landscapes I’ve ever laid my eyes on, and far more impressive in person than any photo could ever portray.

The best time to visit Kelingking Beach is towards the end of the day so you can catch the sunset from atop the cliffs there. I guarantee it will be one of the most memorable sunsets of all your time in Bali. But don’t forget to allow yourself enough time for the sketchy hike down to the beach if you’re hoping to check out the infamous shore-break swell.

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40. Diamond Beach, Nusa Penida

Diamond Beach is another Instagrammable spot in Bali that’s made quite a name for itself. With its dramatic cliffscape, crystalised waters, and immaculate sand, it’s easily one of the most beautiful beaches in South East Asia. The jaw-dropping beach earned its name thanks to the diamond-shaped rock that protrudes from the sea.  

Until a couple of years ago, it was impossible to access the beach other the view from above. Now, locals have engineered a staircase into the cliff face, allowing easy access to the bay below. If the view alone isn’t enough, you’ll find a swing and photography platform perfect for Instagram.

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Other Instagram Spots Near Bali

The following Instagram Spots aren’t technically in Bali. But if you’re travelling around that area, you might want to make the journey to the following hotspots.

41. Gili Islands

Geographically, the Gili Islands aren’t actually in Bali. Instead, belonging to Bali’s neighbouring island Lombok. Nonetheless, the three tiny islands, tend to make their way onto many Bali itineraries.

The islands are an Instagram hotspot thanks to their palm-fringed beaches, azure waters, and world-class diving opportunities. Not to mention the chance of seeing sea turtles, which often frequent the waters just metres out from the bay.

On Gili Trawangan you’ll also find the famous swings on the beach, which again make for an epic Instagram photo.

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42. Pink Beach, Flores

After seeing Instagram posts of this mesmerising Pink Beach in Labuan Bajo, we knew we had to visit.  I know what you’re thinking… surely Pink Beach isn’t really THAT pink.  But it is! We’ve done some editing on the photo of course, but the sand is pink and makes for the most spectacular photos.  

To get to the Pink Beach, you’ll have to go on a Komodo National Park tour. The national park is full of mysterious and magical natural wonders, such as Padar Island, world-class diving, and komodo dragons

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43. Tiu Kelep Waterfall, Lombok

Easily one of the most Instagrammable waterfalls in all of South East Asia, you won’t want to miss this spot if you visit Lombok. An adventurous hike through lush jungle and terraced rice fields will lead you to the waterfall, which is a pummeling 42-meter force to be reckoned with.

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Responsible Photography in Bali

Often when you travel, you see things that completely blow your mind, It’s natural to want to take photos. However, please keep in mind the following basic rules of street photography:

  • Respect historical and memorial sights
  • Don’t climb on sacred buildings or structures
  • Take care of your safety at all times
  • Do it for the ‘gram does not apply if it seems unsafe in any way
  • Be friendly – A smile goes a long way
  • Respect the privacy of your subjects
  • If somebody is irritated by the camera, put it away.
  • If you’re asked to delete an image, do so.
  • Check out our guide on responsible travel

If you have any questions about how we took these shots, feel free to ask in the comments below. You can check out our photography gear here.

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Did you enjoy our list of Instagram spots in Bali?

Let us know! That concludes our Instagram & Photography Spots in Bali.  We hope you enjoy your time in this magical country. If you have any questions or feel we have missed anything, please reach out to us in the comment section below, through our contact us page.

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Stay adventurous and Happy travels.

Charlotte & Natalie x

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