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Don’t Miss the Top Instagram Spots in Bali

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Bali is probably one of the most Instagrammable locations on the planet.  From stretches of amazing white shores to lush island jungles, you’re never going to want to put your camera away!  With the help of Lemuro iPhone lenses, you can take some stunning shots of tropical Indonesia that you can upload straight to Insta.  But when it comes to taking the best shots of Bali, where should you begin? 

Here are some ideas to get you started…

1.  Tegalangan Rice Terraces

The Tegalangan Rice Terraces are world-famous. It’s likely you’ll spot a few shots of this spectacular area just by searching for #Bali on Instagram.  The terraces as Tegalangan are hand-built for rice harvesting, and you can get some fantastic shots of light cutting through the fields if you’re in the right spot.  Lush green fronds, palm trees, and grassland will help you create some truly magnificent, glowing Insta shots.

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2.  Dirt Bike in Canggu

For a completely different set of images, you could take to the unspoiled beaches of Canggu and join a dirt bike trail.  Whether you cut through the lush, tropical greenery or along the unspoiled coastline, use your Lemuro lens to its full potential.  Grab some action shots with the burst feature and upload a stack of fantastic high octane snaps to your Insta.

3.  Hanging Gardens Infinity Pool

The Hanging Gardens Infinity Pool isn’t just an excellent location for some serious R&R – it’s perfect for taking some wide shots.  The perspective here is terrific – looking over the thick, unbridled jungle beyond, take a photo or two of the glistening water and the ancient temples scattered nearby. You’ll be able to get some of the best shots in Bali up here, and what’s more, they’ll pretty much sum up the whole island experience.

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It’s been a crazyyy few weeks packing up our whole house into storage cause our rental ran out a few days ago! As a lot of you may know Bali has been our ‘home away from home’ for the last 2 and a half years. We love it here so much that back in July we decided we wanted to build our first ever home here on the island! It’s still a month away until it’s due so in the meantime I’m back living in hotels (which isn’t exactly a bad thing in Bali haha) With all this in mind it’s the reason I’ve been a bit quiet here lately, I definitely underestimated how much work moving house is! Anyway, loads of new content is coming cause on Friday I fly out to India for a few weeks with no solid plan! 🇮🇳 🤘🏼

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4.  Kelingking Beach T-Rex – Nusa Penida

You’ve never seen nature looking quite like this!  The ‘T-Rex’ that can be spotted out at Kelingking Beach via Nusa Penida is a real treat.  High up in the cliffs, you’ll be able to spot a stretch of land that looks almost exactly like a fearsome dinosaur!  This part of Bali is extremely popular with Instagrammers and other tourists. However, with your very own phone camera lens, you might be able to get some unique shots of the beast for your own account.

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5.  Rumah Pohon Treehouse

The treehouse known as Rumah Pohon is amazingly popular, and it’s not difficult to see why.  Another popular Instagram location, you’ll need to scale the Pulau Seribu viewpoint to get the best views of the dynamic bay and lush greenery beyond. You’ll be able to sneak in some incredible shots with your camera at sunrise and sunset. You’ll also be able to hire out the treehouse to stay in if you desire!


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Live for the moments you can’t put into words. ✨ . Sunrise mission success! We crawled out of bed and headed up there in the dark, hoping for a good sunrise given that it had been pouring all night. The colors started to shine through as we took the last steps towards the tree house and were rewarded with the most epic sunrise! We ended our mission with some fried rice for breakfast. 🍚 . 📷 @josemostajo 🐺 . #ourlonelyplanet #travelgirls #allaboutadventures #discoverearth #adventureawaits #nusapenida #beautifulseasia #thebalibible #exploreindonesia #livefolkindonesia #sheisnotlost #bali #baliindonesia #balilivin #baligasm #voyaged #forgeyourownpath #wondermore #speechlessplaces #cntraveler #girlswhotravel #dametraveler #wearetravelgirls #shewhowanders #rsa_outdoors

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6.  Jatiluwih Rice Terraces

Heading back to some rice terraces, the grounds here at Jatiluwih are genuinely magnificent.  Row after row of green terraces, including hill-climbing structures, can be spotted here for miles and miles.  The rice fields here measure up to 600 hectares, and most of them, surprisingly, are devoid of tourists.  While these terraces may not be as well-known as those at Tegalangan, they are just as spectacular to capture on camera.

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Jatiluwih rice terraces 💛 one of my favourite places in Bali! . It’s up to you how do you see the things in you life – do you see the negative side of it or the positive side. You can decide to be unhappy or happy. . When we arrived to Jatiluwih it was pouring rain almost the whole time. We enjoyed a lunch and this beautiful rice field view. Never seen anything like this! I was wondering why I hadn’t heard about this before. Why everyone is going to Tegallangan rice terraces and not here?! After the lunch we decided to go for a walk to the rice fields even though it was raining but the rain didn’t bother us. I thought it was nice that it was so empty because of the rain and so magical because of the clouds. Even though it was raining, it has been one of my favourite places in Bali! . So think positive, stay positive 💛 . 📸 @mirocs

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7.  Pure Lempuyang Temple / Mount Agung Viewpoint

The Pure Lempuyang Temple is a favorite Instagram spot, mainly as its construction looks so spectacular against the mountains beyond.  This truly is one of the most breath-taking viewpoints in Bali full stop, which means it should be one of your first photo opportunities. You’ll be able to take wide-angle shots taking in the incredible natural landscape for miles around.  Some of the best Instagrammable moments in Bali are taken from high points, don’t just stick to the beaches!

8.  Wanagiri Hidden Hill

The Wanagiri Hidden Hill, despite its name, is massively popular, and it’s for a great reason!  If you love taking selfies for your Insta account, you’ll love taking advantage of the expansive panorama up here.  There are a handful of different viewpoints and photo points for you to take advantage of, including an impressive wooden swing! It’s a truly relaxing, serene experience out here, too.  We doubt you’ll ever take a more chilled-out selfie even if you tried.

9.  Handara Golf Course Gate

Handara Golf Course is already massively popular with tourists, but its impressive gate is something else entirely.  This majestic structure, welcoming you into the resort, is one of the most popular Bali photo spots you’ll see on Instagram.  Its amazing symmetry, coupled with its blending of surrounding nature and its man-made detail make for an impressive shot or two with the right camera and lens.  Any trip to Bali with a few Instagram photos in mind won’t be complete without a few selfies or wide shots outside the Handara Gate.

10.       Bedugul Pura Ulun Danu Bratan – a Temple on Lake Bratan

Bali is just as famous for its temples as it is for its beaches and mountains. This traditional temple, which you’ll find out on Lake Bratan, is an impressive feat of man-made sculpture. It’s a remarkable sight reflected in the lake, and with the looming hills beyond helping to add to the atmosphere.  If you’re looking for incredible landscape and cultural shots for your Instagram, you’ll likely want to start here.  Blue skies to one side, hills to the other – it’s a lot to take in.


Bali is a magical place to visit. It’s likely you’re going to want to keep memories of your time here for years and years to come. What’s more, plenty of Instagrammers are already taking some stunning shots of nature out here for you to get inspired by online. 

To be able to take the best possible shots, you’re going to need the best possible camera tech.  Use Lemuro lenses to your advantage and get out there to explore wild Bali!  Fill up your insta in no time with incredible iPhone photos.