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Sidemen village – Rice Fields.
Ababi Village – Tirta Gangga (water gardens).
Amlapura – King Palace.
Tenganan village – visit to Bali Aga.
Kusamba village – Goa Lawah (bat cave).
Bangli – Pura Kehen temple.
Rendang village – Pura Besakih Temple.
Klungkung /kerta gosa- Court House of Justice.
Full Day Tour IDR. 1,080,000 ( 12 Hours )
One car max 4 people (includes: driver, petrol and tax)
The tour will start from Besakih Temple, which is the largest temple in Bali and is often considered as the mother temple. It is located in Rendang district within the Karangasem Regency, about 1.5 hours from our resort. From the top of the temple, you can enjoy the beautiful panoramic view of rice terraces. There are plenty of activities to do around the temple, such as rafting, cycling and touring the production process of Bali’s famous coffee, Kopi Luwak. Afterwards, we will visit Kintamani, a highland area where you can see Lake Batur and spectacular views of Mount Batur. We will then visit Ubud, the centre of Bali’s fine arts and culture. You will have time to shop for souvenirs, arts and crafts. Finally, our last stop will be Batubulan, located in the same Gianyar Regency as Ubud. Here we will watch
Our first destination will be Gitgit Waterfall, a beautiful site to explore and take pictures in northern Bali. The height is about 35 meters and lush tropical trees surround it. Afterwards, we will visit Lake Beratan in Bedugul, the second largest lake on the island. The coolness of the mountains with a spectacular view of the lake and the famous Ulun Danu temple makes it a popular tourist destination. We will then continue our journey to Ubud, Bali’s centre of arts and culture. In Ubud you can shop for souvenirs, arts and crafts. Our last stop will be Tirta Gangga, a unique water palace built in 1948 by the King of Karangasem. Here you will also get the chance to shop for souvenirs.
The tour will start from Besakih Temple, the biggest temple in Bali and is often considered as the mother temple. It is located in Rendang district within the Karangasem Regency, about 1.5 hours from our resort. From the top of the temple, you can enjoy the beautiful panoramic view of rice terraces. Afterwards, we will visit Kehen Temple, one of the most beautiful and believed to be one of the most sacred temples in the region. One of its greatest attractions is its Banyan Tree, which is over 700 years old! As the temple is located on a hillside, we get a beautiful view of the surrounding area. We will continue our tour to Pengelipuran Village, a traditional village within the Bangli Regency. The beauty of this village is that it still retains the most traditional Balinese architecture, with very little modern influence. We will then visit Kerta Gosa, a historical palace in Klungkung. It was built in the early 18th century and is unique for its intricately painted ceiling in a traditional Balinese style. Finally, we will visit Goa Lawah Temple, also known as the Bat Cave Temple. As its name suggest, this temple is located within a cave that is inhabited by hordes of bats.
We will start our day by visiting Ubud, Bali’s centre of arts and culture. Afterwards, we will go to Tampak Siring, a small village famous for its Tirta Empul Temple (also known as Holy Water Temple). This temple is unique as the water from its springs is believed to be holy water. In the same Tampaksiring complex, we will visit Gunung Kawi. It is one of Bali’s oldest and largest ancient monuments, consisting of 10 seven metre high shrines carved from rock. It is an 11th century temple believed to be dedicated to King Udayana, his favorite queen and their children. We will continue our tour with a visit to Goa Lawah Temple, also known as Bat Cave Temple. As its name suggest, this temple is located within a cave that is inhabited by hordes of bats. Finally, we will end our day by visiting Tirta Gangga, a unique water palace built in 1948 by the King of Karangasem. Here you will also get the chance to shop for souvenirs.
The tour will start from Les Waterfall, also known as Yeh Mampeh, about 1.5 hours drive from our resort. Yeh Mampeh literally means “flying water” in Balinese, as this waterfall is Bali’s tallest at 30 metres high. You can hike down the falls and explore the nearby caves, or simply bathe under the gentle flow of the water. Afterwards, we will visit Ponjok Batu Temple, a temple made completely of stone. We will end our day by visiting a Buddhist temple and monastery in Lovina called Brahma Vihara Ashmara. It is the largest Buddist temple in Bali and is still in operation to this day. People go there for a spiritual retreat and stay at its ashram.