1. Sacred Monkey forest in Ubud, with Balinese long tailed macaques everywhere. They jump on your shoulders or head, and depending on your temperament, either freak you out, or make a great photo op! Imagine a gurgling brook with mini waterfalls, tall trees and vines and greenery everywhere, moss-covered rock and carved stone demons/gods, and there you have it.
2. Gunung Kawi temple complex: stone carved temples in their half-abandoned glory in the (apparently standard Balinese) setting of moss and gurgling streams and trees and vines. Straight out of an Indiana Jones movie!
3. Kecak dance at Ulu Watu: a traditional interpretation of the Ramayana, with ritual chanting and bizarrely elegant dance. The backdrop is the sun setting over the ocean, with the Ulu Watu temple perched on the edge of the seaside cliff.
4. Dinner at Jemboran beach: walk away from the tourist trap restaurants to find your own little table on the beach. Enjoy grilled fish or prawns in the moonlight with waves crashing just feet in front of you.