Klungkung is located about 50 km north of Denpasar. And east of Gianyar/Ubud. There are numerous hotels within a radius of 25 km in Ubud, Gianyar and Candidasa. Many hotels along the coast invite you to a beach vacation.

Klungkung is known for its classical Balinese paintings, which mainly depict the stories of epics such as the Mahabharata or the Ramayana. These classical-style paintings originate from the frescoes of Balinese palaces and can also be found in the Klungkung Palace in the city center. The Semarajaya Museum is also located in the area.

GFNY Bali 2025 will start in the area of "Jembatan Merah" on the 4-lane main road. This part is low traffic and we have enough space to set up a comfortable start/finish zone.

Certainly! Bali, often referred to as the “Island of the Gods,” is a captivating destination with a rich cultural heritage, stunning landscapes, and a plethora of activities for visitors. Whether you’re seeking relaxation, adventure, or cultural exploration, Bali has something to offer. Here are some highlights of what you can do in Bali:

1. Explore Ancient Temples

Bali is home to numerous ancient temples, each with its unique architecture and significance. Don’t miss iconic temples like UluwatuTanah Lot, and Besakih.

2. Visit Rice Terraces

The lush green rice terraces in Tegallalang and Jatiluwih are not only picturesque but also provide insight into traditional Balinese agriculture.

3. Experience Traditional Dance and Music

Attend a Barong dance performance or a kecak fire dance to witness Balinese mythology come alive through captivating movements and music.

4. Relax on Beautiful Beaches

Bali boasts stunning beaches such as KutaSeminyak, and Nusa Dua. Enjoy sunbathing, surfing, or beachside massages.

5. Hike Mount Batur

For adventure seekers, a sunrise hike up Mount Batur offers breathtaking views of the volcanic crater and Lake Batur.

6. Discover Ubud

Ubud is the cultural heart of Bali. Explore art galleries, visit the Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary, and indulge in healthy cuisine.

7. Snorkel or Dive in Amed

Amed, on Bali’s east coast, is known for its vibrant coral reefs. Snorkel or dive to explore the underwater world.

8. Take a Cooking Class

Learn to prepare traditional Balinese dishes using fresh local ingredients. Many cooking schools offer hands-on classes.

9. Chase Waterfalls

Visit Gitgit WaterfallTegenungan Waterfall, or Sekumpul Waterfall for refreshing natural beauty.

10.  Shop at Art Markets

Bargain for handicrafts, textiles, and souvenirs at local markets like Ubud Market and Sukawati Art Market.

Remember, Bali is not just about sightseeing; it’s about immersing yourself in its vibrant culture, connecting with friendly locals, and embracing the island’s spiritual energy.