Bali has always satisfied its many tourists with its beautiful panoramas. Some natural spots such as the beaches, waterfalls, and rice fields are always full of both local and international visitors.
The island is a paradise for many reasons. Exploring Bali will never be a finished task since it offers numerous tourist attractions all over the island, with plenty of hidden ones.
Gili Putih Sumberkima
Another hidden spot in Bali is Gili Putih Sumberkima is the land in the middle of the ocean near Sumberkima Village, Gerokgak District, Buleleng Regency. This tourism destination is relatively new and is run by the neighbourhood. The white sand-shaped land is uninhabited. It’s interesting to note that the size of Gili Putih Sumberkima is shifting. The land occasionally becomes very wide, but it is typically narrow and conical in shape.
Gili Putih Sumberkima is the land in the middle of the ocean. Tourists can go to this destination by using a fishing boat called jukung, or a wooden canoe since there is a fishing community nearby. As the boat gently departs from the shore, you will spot a wooden box used for horticulture which is owned by neighbourhood fishermen. Tourists can also stroll from Penggambetan Beach to Gili Putih Sumberkima after the water recedes.
Green Canyon Undisan
Hidden Green Canyon Undisan presents a special sensation, especially for those visitors who like selfie tours. This spot offers natural beauty. This is one of the anti-mainstream spots that must be included on your tour agenda when you travel to Bali. As the name suggests, Hidden Green Canyon offers views of beautiful green cliffs. The green colour itself is caused by moss growing and sticking to the cliffs.
The green cliffs that stick all over its surface actually give it its own uniqueness. The river flow that divides the two cliffs with the rocks around it blends harmoniously and adds to the charm it has to offer. Fun fact – the indentations in the Green Canyon Undisan at first glance look like the shape of a face.