7 Things to Do in Jimbaran

As one of the most popular tourist spots in Bali, Jimbaran offers a lot of places you must visit. From enjoying seafood as the trademark of Jimbaran, to stress release in Balinese spas, these are the activities you should not miss while in Jimbaran.

BY Widi Papan 20 Feb 2017 Services

1. Seafood BBQ on the beach

Your holiday won’t complete without without tasting fresh seafood. From shoreside food stalls to upscale restaurants, all delivers tasty seafoods with an unforgettable vibe. It’s easy as picking the correct dish and pay per grams.


2. Seafood hunting at Jimbaran Fish Market

Ever want to try creating your own seafood dish? Visit Jimbaran Fish Market, this biggest fish market and one of the main sources of fish in Bali. If you visit right before sunset, you will get the best fishes that was freshly caught by fishers. You can enjoy local delicacies such as Mahi-Mahi, Red Snappers, Squids, and many more.


3. Deep sea fishing

If you like fishing, you can engage in this local activity. Some tour bureau provides Deep Sea Fishing tours, where you can catch fish in Jimbaran waters. Big catches such as Snappers, Mahi-Mahi, and Tuna are very common here.


4. Relaxing in Jimbaran Beach

A vacation in Bali is never complete without enjoying the beautiful beaches, especially in Jimbaran. Calm waters and soft sands, makes beaches in Jimbaran a perfect choice for swimming or relaxing. Enjoy the kiss of Bali’s sun on your skin.


5. Pamper yourself with traditional spas

The trademark of traditional Indonesian spas are the incorporation of rich spices, especially Balinese spa that uses spices as its primary ingredient. Natural spices which keeps your skin soft and rejuvenates your body. Breezz Hotel also offers spas and massage that you must try.


6. Visiting Pura Ulun Siwi

Pura Ulun Siwi is an 18th century temple located at the heart of Jimbaran. It was built solely with black stones, but still stands strong after centuries passed. The waters of this temple are used by farmers, as the legend said it will repel any rats and rodents, also gives blessing to the harvest.


7. DIY ceramics at Jenggala Gallery

Jenggala Gallery is a part of Jenggala Keramik, a legendary ceramic producers in Bali. Here you can see the beauty of the ceramics that are put on display, you can also create your own. After you are done, you can take a rest at a coffee shop located near the gallery.