(Calming techno music) – [Cody] Nice to me you man.
– You too.
– [Cody] Thank you.
Can I wear that?- Yes.
– [Chris] Oh don't drop his hat.
Ready? (Techno music) – Hey what's up you guys.
My name is Cody Buffinton, and I've been creatingtravel videos on YouTube for just about four years now.
I'm back home in New York right now, but I just came back from a trip to Bali, where I found the mostincredible places in all of Bali.
I'm going to share them today with you for the top seven placesto visit in Bali in 2019.
Bali is an incredibleplace to meet new people, and everyone in this video I met for the first time this week.
I met Chris and Rachael through Instagram because they were also in Bali, and asked if I wantedto join them for a day to explore Ubud.
Which leads me to how Ifound the seventh place on this list today.
(Techno music) – This park is the newer second version of the famous Bali swing.
(Joyful expressions) At the time of filmingthis January 2019 it was in a soft open, which meansthey were still polishing it up, but as we were therewe got to experience it with almost no one there.
We're the only ones here, it seems like, right now.
Early in the morning, and it's a giant like swing park.
They've got a lot ofother things, too, here, but there's swings everywhere and we're about to goon a couple of these.
Look at, look at this view right here.
– [Chris] Are you ready for this Cody? – I need to lose some weight.
(laughing) they gotta put another a rope on.
– [Chris] How you doing man? – Dude I'm loving this.
(laughs) This is the best view every.
I'm glad they made this new swing.
(woman screams) – [Woman] (screaming)Oh my god, it's so high.
(Techno music) – [Cody] Next on the listis the Ubud Monkey Forest, which is near the last one.
So you can do both in the same day.
Well the forest is a tourist attraction, if you want to see nicer monkeys up close, this is where you should go.
– I mean, this is like the safest spot for the monkeys.
– [Cody] It's the best place to come for monkeys.
– It's the best place to come and they're all likeour driver said a few days ago.
They're all like fed by medicine.
So every month, I think.
Once a month they're injected something, and if you miss- [Cody] Right, so they're – certain monkeys, they'llput it in the bananas and feed them that, so.
– [Cody] Right.
(calm techno music) – [Cody] Oh, hanging out here.
This is the funniest thing ever.
(laughs) Going for a ride.
(laughs) We're out.
– [Chris] Cody, what'shappening right now? – I'm currently, hanging with a monkey.
– [Chris] He wants your drone.
– [Cody] Oh.
He can't handle it.
– [Chris] Too, bad.
He couldn't get in, I'mguessing he couldn't get in, because of, like, thisis the top one, yeah.
It's monkey proof.
– [Chris] (laughs) – That's what they sold me on.
(chirping noises) I feel like I'm bait.
(laughs) (laughs) High five.
– [Chris] Oh.
(Inspiring techno music) – [Cody] Number five on the list is Tukad Cepung Waterfall.
This beautiful waterfall inside a cave is about an hour drive to thenorth east of the Monkey Forest, and varies in the amount ofpeople there all the time.
We arrived at around 10 A.
as we were there we saw it go from 15 people to justus to then 30 people, all in about an hour.
It seems like we mighthave missed the light rays, or the sun just wasn't coming through, but there is a bit of a line here to take a picture at the waterfall.
(Inspiring techno music) Well you may have to wait acouple minutes to get a picture.
It was completely worthseeing this cave waterfall.
(Inspiring techno music) It is now currently 4:15 in the morning.
I probably got about four hours of sleep, but we're gonna hop onthe bikes right now.
I'm about to go pick up my friend, Chris, and we're gonna drive all theway up to the north of Bali for this beautiful sunrise, hopefully, at Handara Golf Course Resort, and that is where theyhave these beautiful beautiful gates and I think it's going to be really cool for sunrise.
We've got about an hour and a half drive.
So, we're gonna head out now on the bikes.
(Inspiring techno music) This is one of the mostfamous gates in Bali, but because of how far north it is, there wasn't nearly asmany people as I thought.
(Inspiring techno music) A very chilly hour and a half later, we have made it to theHandara Golf Course Resort entrance? It's like, we're at theentrance of a golf course for this early morning sunrise mission.
We have Chris here.
Chris, what's up man? How you doing?- It's so cool.
I can't feel myself.
– [Cody] (laughs) and these guys you have not met yet.
This is Alex right here.
– Hello – This is Kim, from Canada but livingcurrently in Australia, and visiting in Bali.
– And we're so cold.
– [Everyone] (laughing) – [Cody] Yeah.
I told them to wear shorts today.
– Yeah (laughing) – I mean, it's gonna be a lot warmer, but like, I'm wearing pants right now.
(Calm techno music) For the hour that we were there, we saw just two locals taking pictures, and had to pay about 50cents each to a guard.
This is one location I highlyrecommend coming for sunrise, because it was incredible.
Good morning you guys.
Today we have come outto these rice terraces, about 30 minutes north of Ubud, and it is a beautiful morning.
Really hoping for some sky, the sky to clear up, we're hoping for, and some sunrise tocome through the trees.
If that'll happen.
I don't really know, but fingers crossed.
It's beautiful, but where's the sun? (laughs)- Oh my goodness.
– [Cody] No really, it's cool.
It's so picturesque.
Look at that little swan orwhatever dove flying through.
The white bird.
– [Chris] (laughs) – [Cody] It just makes it man.
– [Chris] Majestic?- [Cody] I'm so glad to be here.
(sings)- [Chris] (laughs) – [Cody] (panics) Not into the rice.
– [Chris] Yeah, don't do it in flip flops.
– [Cody] I'm Cody.
– Yes, Ragum.
– [Cody] Regum.
– [Cody] Ragum.
(laughs) – [Cody] Nice to meet you man.
– Thank you.
– [Cody] Thank you.
– (laughs) – [Cody] Is this your rice field? – Yes.
– [Cody] Wow, this is amazing.
– [Chris] This is beautiful.
– [Cody] You have a beautiful home.
– [Cody] (laughs) This is so cool.
I love it.
– Photo? (speaks foreign language) – [Cody] Yeah, yeah.
– [Cody] Yeah let's do it, okay.
Can I wear that?- Yes.
– (laughs) – Alright.
– [Chris] Oh don't drop his hat.
– (laughing) – Ready?- [Chris] Yeah.
– [Cody] You think thebest pictures over here? – Yes.
– [Cody] Alright, okay.
So we're going to go over this way, and my man here saysthis is the best picture.
I mean, he lives here, so he probably knows.
We're gonna head over this way.
Thank you, man.
– Yup, yeah.
– [Cody] I appreciate it.
– [Cody] Take care.
– [Chris] (speaking Balinese) – [Both] (speaking Balinese)- [Ragum] (Speaking Balinese) – [Cody And Chris] (speaking Balinese) (laughing) – [Cody] Bye, man.
(Calm techno music) And we have found the bestrice terrace in all of Bali.
And it's just us.
But how do we get over there? So guys, yesterday when we were up north, and the norther part of Bali, we met this couple guys from Australia.
We have Jess and Charlie, – Hey, what's up.
(laughs) – Hey (laughs)- [Cody] and they joined us this morning, – Yeah we have, we got here.
– [Cody] And we have Jessin the beautiful white, and we're trying to gether down without falling in the rice or getting muddy.
– Are you alright?- White was a bad choice.
– That was a bad idea.
– (laughs) Oh, sorry about that.
Oh my god, is that steep.
– [All] (laugh) – [Cody] See this is likethe little hand railing.
– I see that.
(laughs) – Charlie's like, justfollow my footsteps.
(laughs) (fun techno music) – [Cody] My second favorite spot in Bali, has to go to Sekumpul Waterfall.
It's a little bit of atrek to get down here.
It's, like, way up hill, way down hill.
All these zig-zags, and theneveryone's gonna tell you that they have a parking lot, and that you have to take the tour if you go in their parking lot.
So, that's like the hardest thing.
You have to, like, go all the way there, and park at Sekumpul, like, the very bottom, and then just tell themyou don't want the tour.
– [Chris] They said it couldn'tbe done without a guide, but we did it.
– [Cody] I want you to prove them wrong.
– Yes, sir.
– Whoop, oh.
– [Cody] Oh, we've got a casualty.
Probably one of the bestwaterfalls in all of Bali, and there is absolutely, well there's two people here.
There's two people in thebest waterfall in Bali.
Which is pretty amazing becauseit is super high up north, but, you know, it wasn'textremely hard to get to.
(fun techno music) We're just gonna stophere at this waterfall.
There's actually anotherwaterfall just over here.
It's called Lemukih Village.
And it's the only triplewaterfall in all of Bali.
So there's three waterfalls.
We're going to that one, and then we're gonna head back up, but this waterfall, I have tosay, is one of my favorites that I've ever seen.
This is like, top three in the world that I've seen so far.
It's just something aboutbeing here.
Like the mist, it's like everything.
It creates this atmosphere.
I'm gonna head to the next one.
(fun techno music) Just a short five minutewalk will take you to the Three Figi Waterfalls.
What are your thoughts on the Figi Waterfall? – This is where theybottle Figi water, so.
– [Cody] Is it?- [Chris] That would be nice.
– [Cody] It looks pretty magic.
I am so glad I was ableto share this experience with you, because this issomething that has to be shared.
It is incredible.
There's three of them.
– [Cody] That's why I broughtall three of you guys.
(laughing) And then I was the photographer, for like.
– [Everyone] (laughs) – [Cody] We each get a waterfall.
I gotta say, this might be more impressive than the other waterfall, but if you come to oneyou get to see all four of these waterfalls here, and it just opens up to this vastness.
It's kind of like you'rein Jurassic World.
And we're gonna head out of here now, because it's kind ofgetting dark and cold, but we've seen a lot of waterfalls in a short amount of time.
So, I highly suggestthat if you're in Bali, you come to this waterfall, because it's guaranteedthe best time you'll have.
And finally my number onetop place to visit in Bali is Mount Batur.
Mount Batur is a volcano onthe far east side of Bali, and to go up it you haveto hire a local guide to take you up to the top in the morning before the sun rises.
It's an early one.
But the tour guide is typically arranged if you book it through a tour company.
I paid about 70 USdollars for the whole day, and that included food, the tour guide, and the pick up anddrop off from my hotel, which is two and a halfhours away at 1:30 A.
We've met up with Jess and Charlie, and we also met a dog already.
It's been a great setthis morning.
(laughs) But look at this.
We got flash lights, and we're heading up soearly in the morning.
I felt like I only hada slight nap last night.
So, I feel like crap butwe made it up to the top, (laughs) two hours later.
We have made it all theway up here to the top of Mount Butor before sunrise.
We're actually, I think when I look at, it looks pretty beautiful out there.
It looks unreal.
This is my guide.
My name is Pudu.
– [Cody] And he's a boss.
– No boss only guide.
– [Cody] No boss only guide.
– [Both] (laugh) – So, we made it allthe way up to the top.
We've already eaten awhole packet of Oreos and sour cream and onion Pringles.
So, it's been a good breakfast of legends, and soon, hopefullythe sun keeps coming up and it's gonna get bright.
It's gonna get beautiful up here.
And we're gonna climb around these different mountain tops here.
Getting different pictures.
I even brought up the drone.
It killed me, but I brought it up.
– Worth it.
– [Cody] This is amazing.
We have hot chocolate for a sunrise.
– Which is at the top ofa mountain.
– [Cody] This is a pictureperfect scenery right now.
(laughing) I've never been up amountain before sunrise.
This is the first one I've ever done.
So this is pretty, pretty cool to be up here.
It was, you know, brutal, getting up at one A.
to come here, but it was well worth it.
(Inspiring techno music) – [Cody] So what do we got here? – [Pudu] So, this one eggsandwich and banana sandwich.
– [Cody] Egg and banana sandwich? – Yes.
– [Cody] We got Oreos, bananas, eggs.
– [Pudu] Yeah.
– [Cody] Thank you, man.
This is the best breakfast.
– [Pudu] Best on the mountain.
– [Cody] Yeah.
The situation here? – [Charlie] He stuck eggs in the hole to cook them.
– [Cody] Oh, no way.
– [Charlie] Yeah.
– [Cody] He's cookingeggs inside of this hole.
– You cook by the hot steam.
– [Cody] Wow.
This is how he cooksbreakfast for everyone.
– Yes of course.
– [Cody] How you feeling? – Everything's fogging up.
(laughs) – [Cody] Ah, look at the camera.
We've come down to thekitchen of the volcano.
This is where all of the little holes are that everyone cooks the eggs at.
Look, look, they're all steaming.
– [Chris] Steaming eggs.
– [Cody] He will nowdemonstrate by putting his hand.
– [Everybody] (laughs) – [Charlie] No way.
– [Cody] Yeah, so all theselittle holes right here.
They throw some eggs in, and then they cook for about 20 minutes in all these different holes.
So this is the kitchen.
It's, ah, oh, that one's real hot.
This top one, you cancook an egg in 15 there.
– It looks like Japan.
With those trees there, – [Cody] Ah.
– [Charlie] in the snow.
– [Cody] Yeah, look at that.
– [Charlie] Cool.
– [Cody] Everything around here is just beautiful.
– [Jess] It makes such a valley isn't it.
– [Cody] Satisfied with your hike? – Very satisfied.
Very very satisfied- [Cody] I am too look at this.
We're in a volcano.
Cooking eggs at breakfast.
– [Jess] Amazing.
– [Cody] It doesn't getmuch better than this.
– [Jess] No, sir.
– [Cody] No.
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(Inspiring techno music).