This is actually the most famous dive site to be found anywhere in this particular tropical paradise so if diving is your thing, this is an absolute must. The ship itself was torpedoed by the Japanese and then beached near Tulamben. It slipped off the beach in 1963 when Mount Agung erupted!
A sunrise hiking tour
If you’re feeling active, sign yourself up for a pre-dawn trek up Mount Batur – where you’ll be rewarded with an incredibly sunrise view from the top of an active volcano. It should take about two hours to complete and you can even cook your own egg breakfast using steam from the volcano itself. Amazing!
Take a cooking class
One of the best bits about travelling is discovering the different culinary habits and delights of the place you’re in… and a Bali cooking class will not only teach you about the different foods but also techniques and local culture. You’ll also get the chance to meet lots of locals – a brilliant way to spend a day.
Go for yoga and a massage
Bali is renowned as a top destination for health retreats so make sure you do something along these lines before flying home once again. A spa package will typically include yoga, a massage and a meal so you’ll come away feeling totally relaxed and very content indeed.