West Bali is in Bali, Indonesia. This is the least populated and least visited region of Bali. It is dominated by the West Bali National Park and a huge area of protected reserve, much of which is completely uninhabited.
Popular in West Bali
West Bali National Park is the only national park on the island of Bali in Indonesia.
Pemuteran is a fishing village on the northern coast of West Bali. This fishing village has become increasingly popular with visitors in recent years.
In West Bali
Negara is a town in West Bali. The name Negara is often applied to the West Bali region as a whole, which is more correctly known as Jembrana.
Medewi is a beach village in West Bali. This is a tiny, remote village in one of the least visited areas of Bali.
Gilimanuk is a port town in West Bali. For most people, there is only one reason to come to Gilimanuk: it is the port for ferries to and from Banyuwangi in Java.