Prepare your drone your back pocket and start buzzing around Bali’s cinematic beaches volcanoes, and rice fields. Of course, after you are fully aware of the rules and guides to flying drones in Bali. Happy hunting and get ready to be amused.

1. Amed

Amed is located on the East coast of Bali, right next to the volcano – Mount Agung. Famous for scuba, snorkeling, and of course its stunning views.

2. Balangan Beach

A breathtaking stretch of beach with cliffs, aquamarine waters, surfers, and wedding photographers, but you can still find secluded beaches for those isolated shots.

3. Bingin Beach

Here the razor-sharp coral reef continues to generate some pretty amazing waves that attract surfers from around the world, There can actually be drone traffic at Impossibles on a good day surrounded by beautiful cliffs and beautiful views in every direction.

4. Hanging Gardens of Bali

Located in Tegalalang area, the Hanging Gardens of Bali is a breathtaking majestic hotel hidden deep in the Balinese jungle. (call manager in advance for permission)

5. Jatiluwih Rice Terrace

Less crowded than some other spots on this list, here you can get some great shots of Mount Batukaru and rice fields that surround it.

6. Sekumpul & Fiji Waterfalls

Located in Munduk which is North Bali. Considered the most beautiful waterfall in Bali. It’s a bit of a trek but keeps most tourists away. Well worth it.

7. Tegalalang Rice Terrace

It’s really hard not to be blown away by these beautiful rice terraces no matter how many times you visit this place, the best time to come here is early in the morning avoiding crowds and winds while basking in its beauty.

8. Tibumana Waterfall

This waterfall gets pretty crowded as the day goes on so get here around 9 am if you like your shots to be tourist-free. The entrance fee is 15,000 per person, and you can swim too.

If you’re looking for something beyond Seminyak and Ubud then catch a boat from Sanur Harbor to Nusa Penida, for some unique shots and a fun adventure.