Jimbaran Attractions

New Kuta Green Park, Pura Ulun Siwi Temple, Lovina Beach, Jimbaran Fish Market, Golden Kirin Coffee Factory, Jimbaran Beach, Jimbaran Bay, Jenggala Gallery, Pantai Muaya, Paintball Adventure & many more.

From Parks that pay tribute to the cultural variety of the country to ancient temples that stand testament to its beliefs, the
places to visit in Jimbaran are some of Bali’s most sought after attractions. While most seek the fishing village out for its tranquil charm, Jimbaran is never lacking in adventure either, and serves as the perfect holiday destination for all tourists.

The Jimbaran attractions are as colorful and varied as the Balinese culture they embody. The mythological history of Jimbaran seeps through its cultural monuments, whether it be the beachside temple of Pura Segara or the grandiose Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park.

The village is also blessed with some of Bali’s best beaches: while the Tegal Wangi Beach is said to be one of its most romantic attractions, the Jimbaran Bay, by the Jimbaran Beach, is often sought out for its lively ambience and adventure options.

Here are some of the best places to visit in Jimbaran:

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When you first hear the name of this place all you can think of is green and that perfectly fits for this one of a kind place in Jimbaran. Kuta Green Park is a water park inside the Pecatu Indah Resort, found 200m from the New Kuta Condotel and close to Dreamland Beach.

This park provides with one of a kind family amusement spot in a bumpy limestone zone by combining water park and different other thrilling activities. The water park covers 5 hectares of the Pecatu Indah Resort enclave. 12 water activities run from invigorating rides to relaxation attractions, while youngsters' play areas and an aviary give extra diversion. 

Highlights: New Kuta Green Park's principal water attractions has the Wave Pool, with a simulated wave generator where you can ride a unique surfboard and get a few moves. The Flying Fox empowers members to feel the impression of flying through the air and more than 200m of the picturesque surroundings of the New Kuta Green Park, and a Bungee Trampoline welcomes grown-ups and youngsters to hop together and share the good times.

Timings: Open from Monday to Sunday 09:00 AM – 06:00 PM.

Location: New Kuta Green Park is located at Indah Resort, Jalan Raya Uluwatu, Pecatu, Kuta Selatan

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Ulun Siwi Temple is one important temple called the Kahyangan Jagat Ulun Swi. By the nearby group, this sacrosanct holy place is frequently called "Pura Gede". "Ulu" top, head, center or source. While the word "Swi" means fields.

There are a few sources that say and relate about the presence of Ulun Siwi Temple include: Lontar Usana Dewa, Lontar Ilikita, Lontar Babad Mengwi, Lontar Babad Jimbaran, Bali Purana, Lontar Kanda Kuttara Dewa Purana Bangsul and Lontar Sri Purana. Inside the Meru there are 6 bits of little place of worship (made of wood) fill in as "Pesimpangan Kahyangan Jagat" in Bali.

Highlights: There are additionally antiquated statutes from the seventeenth century comprised of Arca Dewata Nawa Sangga (Rudra molded in the South), Arca Panca Pandavas (Bhima formed in the Middle) and the statue of Lord Astha Wasu (Gana Patya molded in the North).

Location: Pura Ulun Siwi is located in the area of Jimbaran Bay, Jimbaran Village.

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Now if you are a fish lover then there is one place you ought to visit in Jimbaran the famous Jimbaran fish market. Also, locally referred as Pasar Ikan Traditional Kedonganan’, this fish market is famous for the amazing seafood dining bay.

While you visit this market you can see a lot of fishing boats lands daily and also you can buy some fresh fish from here.  One can find the Kedonganan village’s own cluster of seafood, restaurants etc just south of the market and the boat landing area.

Highlights: One of the most interesting things in the while your visit this fish market is that you can take cooking classes and indulge in some activities. You can also watch the fisherman unloading their nets full of sardines, larger catches such as mahi-mahi. Shrimps, crabs, lobster are few other seafood can be found in this market.

Location: Jimbaran Fish Market is located Jalan Pantai Kedonganan, Kedonganan.

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How about tasting from the best beans of coffee and making your day a refreshing one while in Jimbaran, Bali. Sounds good right? Home of the finest espresso endowments in Bali this espresso factory will lure you away. Brilliant Kirrin Coffee is produced using chose espresso beans from Bali Island. Here they offer roasted products.

Inundate yourself in the sweet aroma and kind of espresso in this extraordinary visit devoted to the cooked bean. Indonesia is one of the world's biggest makers of espresso beans, and the over four century history of development has attempted to deliver extravagance mixes served far and wide. Take a stroll in the espresso farm and learn from developing and handling to broiling and serving.

Highlights: Also don’t forget to take home some brilliantly crisp beans to appreciate later. Head out for this amazing coffee tour in Bali and make your holidays the most memorable ones.

Price: The approximate price for the tour starts from IDR 531, 640

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Jimbaran shoreline and the acclaimed Jimbaran Bay are situated on Bali's southwestern bank of the tight isthmus associating the Bali territory and the Bukit Peninsula. The shoreline and the cove of Jimbaran offer little-segregated regions, where serenity and peace are the ideal antitoxins to an unpleasant world.

The land delicately inclines far from the shoreline uncovering selective superstar frequents covered up under an overhang of verdant tropical backwoods. Wander around the beach and explore the nearby places here. The vast blue ocean and the twinkling water will beckon you to take a swim through it. Walk unshod the white sandy beach and don’t miss the majestic sunset.

Highlights: Jimbaran Beach is also famous for the lavish restaurants like the Four Seasons Resort at Jimbaran Bay and the InterContinental Bali Resort and Spa.

Location: Jimbaran Beach is located on Bali's southwestern coast.

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Located on the southwestern coast of the narrow isthmus which also connects Bali and the Bukit Peninsula Jimbaran Bay is another best places to visit in Jimbaran. One can also find the Jimbaran beach just near the bay. Soak in the tranquillity and the peace of the region as you step into the bay.

This beach is the perfect antidote to a stressful world. What’s more one can find the land gently sloping away revealing the majestic view of the hidden leafy tropical forest.  Walk on the shore as you watch the amazing sunset here or just head out for a swim in the vast sea.  Nothing can be a better medicine than the beckoning sea and cool breeze air here.

Highlights: One can find a lot of luxurious hotels like the Four Seasons Resort at Jimbaran Bay and the InterContinental Bali Resort & Spa. The bay is famous for surfing, swimming and getting sun-tanned.

Location: Jimbaran Bay is located at Bukit Peninsula, Jimbaran.

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Your visit to Jimbaran would not be complete without buying some of the exotic glassware and earthenware.  Also referred as 'Jenggala', is a prestigious Bali-based glass and earthenware silverware plan. This retail shop offers a variety of products with different colours and glazes all stored in a spacious temperature-controlled showroom.

The ambience of the whole place will blow your minds away. With the abundant natural light as well as the artificial light these showroom provides you with the best viewing option of the artefacts. Additionally one can find a bistro named Warung Keramik where you buy and also enjoy some refreshing snacks.

Location: The Jenggala Gallery is located at Jalan Uluwatu II, Jimbaran.

Timings: Opens from 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM

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If you are a nature lover and have been long searching for something soothing then don’t miss your chance to visit the Muaya Beach, this shoreline is exceptionally delightful, white sand and introduces an astounding dusk scene, a key area in the territory near the airplane terminal.

On the off chance that still inquisitive, here are many restaurants and bistros give food from crisp ocean angle and constantly swarmed to visit at supper time arrived while seeing the magnificence of the nightfall. The white sand view, fresh breeze with the gushing waves on the shore will hold you back from leaving the place. And just when you feel you are about the leave the sunset will beckon you to watch the whole thing live.

Highlights: Creating a perfect romantic atmosphere this place will make your fall in love with it particularly while tasting the fish dish you will be quieted and make a delightful visitor encounter amid a visit in Bali.  While in Jimbaran get an opportunity to witness the excellence of the shoreline, and taste flavorful culinary dishes from seafood.

Location: Muaya beach located in the village of Jimbaran, South Kuta District.

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While in Bali there is another adventure which you would not want to miss. Bali Paintball in Jimbaran is a combination of the childhood games tag and hide & seek but is much more challenging and sophisticated.  Although there are many different game formats, typically a group of players will divide into two teams to play capture the flag. The number of players on each team can vary from one or two, five or seven or ten or even up to 100 players in the case of Paintball Bali’s field. The object of the game is to go out and capture the centre flag and bring it back to your opponent’s starting point.

While you are trying to capture the flag, you also try to eliminate opposing players by tagging them with a paintball expelled from a special airgun called a paint gun. Games run from 20 to 45 minutes, depending on which of the three fields are used at Bali Paintball and the number of players playing. Between games, players take a break to get more paintballs and have a snack or a drink while they share stories about the thrills of victory and the usually funny agonies of defeat.

 Timings: Starts from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Monday to Sunday.

 Price: The approximate price starts from IDR 500,000

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Kedonganan Fish Market, alluded to locally as 'Pasar Ikan Tradisional Kedonganan' and frequently mistaken as 'Jimbaran Fish Market' because of its nearby closeness to the well known fish eating narrows, is Bali's fundamental ocean side commercial center where angling vessels arrive every day and drag away their new gets. Only south of the business sector and pontoon landing region are the lines of Kedonganan town's own particular group of fish eateries, which source a large portion of their crisp nearby things here.

A large portion of the prevalent cooking classes and visitor exercises of lodgings around Bali's southern shoreline resort territory incorporate visits to Kedonganan Fish Market as a component of their bundles. Here, you'll have the capacity to witness anglers dumping their nets loaded with sardines, bigger gets, for example, mahi-mahi being weighed available to be purchased, and shrimps, crabs, lobster and a colossal assortment of other ocean harvests showed in columns of ice holders, prepared for retail deal or wholesale.

Location: The Kedonganan Fish Market is located at Jalan Pantai Kedonganan.
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While you are in Jimbaran you will find a lot of hidden beaches which are not on the radar. Pantai Tegal Wangi is another such beach which is hidden in the bosom of Bali. Tegal Wangi Beach is named after the sanctuary roosted on top of the limestone precipice that ignores the drift, reachable by means of a cleared street just to one side of the passageway of the charming Ayana Resort and Spa in Jimbaran.

Tegal Wangi Beach offers amazing seascapes with cool characteristic components – low tides and Ruby nightfalls uncover kelp secured stony obstructions that include a unique fringe and frontal area to its more extensive sea sees.

Highlights: This shoreline was, coolly, kept a mystery among wedding photography after some time. This beach is also famous with the peace seekers and the romantics for the amazing sunsets.

Location: Pantai Tegal Wangi is located in the traditional village of Jimbaran.

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One of the most striking of Jimbaran attractions, the Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park stands testament to the Hindu roots of Bali. The Park takes its name from its iconic sculpture of Vishnu, imagined as perched on his mount Garuda.

Rising to a height of about 120 meters, the Vishnu-Garuda statue is one of the largest structures in the world and stands out among the peaks of the Bukit Peninsula.

The statue, however, is only a small part of the 60-hectare park that spreads across the peninsula. Landscaped walkways lead one through gardens and plazas, each boasting of unique, splendid views. Those not desiring to walk can also ride a scooter or a Segway on rent.

During the late evening hours each day, the Park hosts a number of traditional Balinese performances as well. Additionally, the Park features a number of traditional Balinese eateries, where one can make a quick stop for a snack or a meal.

Uluwatu St, Ungasan, South Kuta, Badung Regency, Bali 80364, Indonesia

Timings: 10.00 AM- 11.00 PM on all days of the week 

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A short drive outside the village lies Pura Segara, one of the least explored places to visit in Jimbaran. Settled on the Banyualit Beach on Bali’s eastern coast, this temple is known for its excellent backdrop and ambience.

Albeit small in size, Pura Segara is distinct in its architecture; the brightly colored temple lacks the usual courtyard of a Balinese temple, and instead features an open space with sculptures and staircases. Several distinctive edifices stand out against the elaborate stonework of the temple.

A massive banyan tree adorns the courtyard at Pura Segara, and is one of its most distinctive features. A Muslim and a Christian cemetery nestle on either side of the temple complex, and warrant a visit.

Location: Banyualit Beach, Bali

Timings: 09.00 AM- 06.00 PM on all days of the week 

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People Also Ask About Jimbaran

  1. Which are the best places to visit in Jimbaran for your honeymoon?

    1. Tegal Wangi Beach: Nestled in a secluded corner of Bali, Tegal Wangi is one the most romantic of Jimbaran attractions. With hardly any footfall, the tranquility and untouched beauty of the place makes it an ideal honeymoon destination. The beach is at its best during the sunset hours, offering magnificent views of the horizon.

    2. Jimbaran Bay: Fringed by one of Jimbaran’s most popular beaches, the Jimbaran Bay stands out with its astoundingly clear water and sand. The long and narrow stretch of white sands can be great for swimming or surfing, although the Bay is known for its unparalleled sunset views as well.

    3. Balanga Beach: With its coastline spanning 200 meters, the elegant Balanga Beach is renowned for its panoramic views of the surrounding. The beach nestles along little white stone hills, adding to the beauty of the place. Balanga is a popular spot for surfing in Bali as well.

    4. Uluwatu Temple: Perched atop a limestone cliff, Uluwatu Temple is renowned for its religious significance and beauty alike. Dedicated to the Hindu God Siva Rudra, the temple is regarded as one of the six spiritual pillars of Bali. The spectacular setting of the Uluwatu Temple adds to the charm of the attraction, making it one of the most popular
    places to visit in Jimbaran.

  2. Which are the best places to visit in Jimbaran at night?

    1. Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park: Housing Bali’s iconic Vishnu statue, the Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park stands testament to the rich heritage of the country. The expansive park, riddled with massive ornamental statues and plazas, can be explored on foot and rented Segways.

     Although the Park can be visited throughout the day, there are several dance performances and cinematic presentations held at night each day, making it one of the most often visited of Jimbaran attractions at night.

    2. Jimbaran Beach: Although a coastal getaway in the morning, nights at Jimbaran Beach can be quite romantic. After sunset, the beach transforms into one of the most charming
    places to visit in Jimbaran. Most bistros and eateries by the beach lay out tables on the sand, offering a fantastic seaside dining experience.

    3. Nusa Dua Night Market: A short drive outside Jimbaran leads one to Nusa Dua, where a thriving night market opens each day after sunset. Stocked with rows of little shops, the fares at the night market include everything from clothing to fashion and even gadgets. Several dance and other cultural performances are held on the streets from time to time.

    4. El Kabron Bali
    : A ‘cliff-club’ on the beach, El Kabron Bali is known for its food and music alike. Although the Club opens quite early, most arrive at sunset and stay through the starlit night. The Club is known for its Mediterranean fares and curated cocktail menu. On full moon nights, El Kabron holds DJ nights that start in the evening and continue into the wee hours of the morning.

  3. What is the best time to visit Jimbaran?

    The best time to visit Jimbaran is during the summer months, between March and May. During this time, the weather here remains sunny and pleasant, with very little rain and humidity.
  4. Is Jimbaran worth visiting?

    Boasting of some of Bali’s most beautiful landscapes, the fantastic range of Jimbaran attractions makes it worth a visit. From stunning cliffs, to pristine beaches and ancient temples, this village has it all.

  5. Is Jimbaran expensive?

    Jimbaran is said to be a little more expensive than other locations around Indonesia. The cost of a three day trip to Jimbaran is around 21,01,753Rp, excluding meal and accommodation.
  6. Which is better, Kuta or Jimbaran?

    Although both Kuta as well as Jimbaran warrant a visit, Jimbaran is more popular among those willing to explore the beaches of Bali. Blessed with one of the most beautiful coastlines in Indonesia, the beaches here are the perfect mix of serenity, beauty and fun.

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