10 Great Things to Do for Muslim Travellers

Best Muslim-Friendly Tours in Bali

We’ve gathered these great Bali tours for Muslim travellers, all currently available from Hotels.com. These fun things to do in Bali range from day trips that take you to see the most popular cultural highlights, to inland excursions that will take you closer to the island’s natural beauty. Mostly affordable and highly popular, these Muslim-friendly things to do in Bali might take only 2 hours, right up to full-day outings of sightseeing and adventure.

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This half-day tour package takes you to discover Bali’s cultural heartland, where you can marvel at various masterpieces by local and international artists in some of Ubud’s famous museums and art galleries. One of them is the Puri Lukisan Museum, which is only a stroll away to the royal palace of Ubud, the Puri Saren Agung, as well as the Ubud Art Market just across the road. You can spend some time browsing through the various arts and crafts, and strike a bargain on souvenirs to bring back home. Before you return to your hotel, head to the village of Petulu to see the stunning view of thousands of white herons flocking back to their treetop nests around sunset. Read More...

  • Price Range: From USD 53

An iconic sight in Bali is witnessing a Kecak dance set against a spectacular Bali sunset. This tour takes you to Uluwatu Temple, where you’ll not only admire the historic cliff-top temple and its architectural features, but also head to the nearby amphitheatre where you can watch Bali’s famous Kecak dance in the most stunning settings. After the sunset show and spectacle, head down to Jimbaran Bay to enjoy a halal barbecue seafood dinner by the beach. Read More...

  • Price Range: From USD 72
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This full day adventure takes you to Bali’s central highland and northern region where you can escape the crowds of Bali’s south. Here you'll be able to take in the tranquillity of Bali's scenic farming countryside of Bedugul, as well as the calm northern coasts of Lovina Beach and Singaraja. Highlights include the breath-taking Beratan Lake and its lakeside temple of Ulun Danu and the local fresh market of Candi Kuning. A stopover at the Gitgit Waterfall is included before reaching the northern coast. Read More...

  • Price Range: From USD 60

Have yourselves some thrills as you rush down Bali’s most exciting rapids, the Telaga Waja in Karangasem, East Bali. This white-water rafting adventure is complemented by professional guides, safety gear, and most importantly, the incredible nature views of rural Bali with terraced rice fields, jungle and wildlife. An exhilarating plunge down a dam serves as a finale to your adventure, and a delicious halal Indonesian buffet lunch awaits to help you unwind and recollect the fun moments. Read More...

  • Price Range: From USD 67

One for animal lovers; go on a night-time journey into the African savannah at the Bali Safari & Marine Park with this tour option. Ride on a special, caged tram on the safari to encounter over 60 different species, ranging from tigers to binturongs, before a spectacular fire dance spectacle awaits you as you enjoy a halal barbecue dinner with views over the African-inspired landscape. Read More...

  • Price Range: From USD 83

This full-day tour package serves as another option for discovering some of Bali's exotic temple landscapes, cultural heritage and natural beauty. The ancient temple complex and gardens of Pura Taman Ayun in Mengwi serves as first stop, before heading to the Kedaton Monkey Forest to see the antics of primates in their natural nutmeg forest habitat. The finale is a spectacular sunset at Tanah Lot, Bali’s most iconic temple, set on a rocky outcrop amongst crashing waves. Keep your camera handy. Read More...

  • Price Range: From USD 57

Hook yourself into a specially designed harness and soar through the trees in this open-air course within the Bedugul botanic gardens. The Bali Treetop Adventure Park has all the gear you'll need, from harnesses, pulleys and carabiners, and activities are supervised by professional instructors. Once you're set, make like a squirrel and climb up into the nearest tree to take off on any of the 9 thrilling adventure circuits. Continue to nearby Lake Beratan for a halal buffet lunch with the scenic lake and the Ulun Danu Temple in view. The return trip includes a stop at the beautiful Munduk Waterfall. Read More...

  • Price Range: From USD 73

Discover Bali's unique cultural heritage and scenic natural surroundings on this full-day tour. Explore the traditional village of Blahbatuh, marvel at the majestic volcano of Mount Batur, and sip on your coffee or tea while enjoying scenic views of rice fields and the ocean atop Bukit Jati. It includes a visit to the Archaeological Museum to see ethnographic and archaeological exhibits highlighting Balinese arts, culture, and heritage throughout the ages besides housing ancient royal coffins of the royal families. Read More...

  • Price Range: From USD 52
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Bali Hai Dolphin Cruise Nusa Dua; 2 hours

Not to be confused with the dolphin watching tours off Lovina Beach in North Bali, this package takes you on a thrilling high-speed cruise out to Nusa Dua and Uluwatu's coastline for a magical encounter with native dolphins. Marvel at these fascinating creatures in their habitat and absorb the scenic wonders of Bali's natural surroundings. Before the cruise, enjoy fruit juices, pastries, tea and coffee, then set out to sea as the sun rises. Read More...

  • Price Range: From USD 65

Discover the historic heart of Denpasar with an experienced guide through this tour option, which can help you better learn about Bali's past with visits to monuments and museums. You can also get up close and personal with sellers at the city’s fresh markets and get a sense of the commercial vibe that moves the city. In the afternoon, check out the monkey-inhabited Uluwatu Temple, watch a Kecak dance at sunset, and indulge in a tasty seafood dinner in Jimbaran. Read More...

  • Price Range: From USD 119
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