Bali cheap tour package 4 days 3 nights

Duration: 4 days
Destination: Indonesia, Bali, Seminyak

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1st Day Destination >> Journey to Ubud

Pick up : 08.30am

2nd Day Destination >> Journey to Candidasa

Pick up : On request

3rd Day Destination >> Journey to Lovina

Pick up : On request

4th Day Destination >> Journey to Tanah Lot

Pick up : 06.00am


Day 1: 1st Day Destination >> Journey to Ubud

Stop At: Barong & Kris Dance, Jambe Culture Village, Sukawati 80582 Indonesia
Barong and kris dance

Batubulan others great claim to fame is trance - every morning at 9.30 sharp. Here you can witness the eternal conflict between Ratu Barong, the faithful guardian of community, who looks like an overdressed cross between a lion and a Pekinese dog, and the pendulous-breasted Rangda, denomic mistress of the graveyard. At the height of the drama, Barong’s entranced acolytes turn their serpentine-bladed krises upon themselves, ussully with no ill effect. Even the Balinese, who find a trance state easy to slip into, draw the line at trancing every day, so they have invented more mundane tricks to avoid being wounded by their sharp blades. The Barong dance, as the perfomance has recently been renamed for accuracy, is nonetheless an impressive spectacle, and it is not unusual for one or teo of the players to unexpectedly drop into a gunuine trance. Three very professional groups perform the Barong Dance each morning. Barong and kris dance is included in the bali nature holiday package that we offered to you.
Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Tohpati Village, 12km From Kuta, Denpasar 80225 Indonesia
Batik hand weaving.

The types of batik woven crafts and traditional writing in Tohpati village produce a variety of motifs, shapes and materials. Prices start at tens of thousands to millions of rupiah. Being a mandatory place to visit while on a tour in Bali, as a tourist shopping area provides a selection of souvenir items typical of Bali, available from women's batik shirts, men's shirts, nightgowns, fans, paintings, various bags, wallets and various other knick-knacks with batik motifs. The price offered is in accordance with quality, all high quality. Suitable for your own needs, gifts or special gifts for relatives, friends and other loved ones at home.
Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Celuk Village, Jalan Raya Celuk, Sukawati 80582 Indonesia
Our daily bali nature holiday package will visit Celuk village. The silver and goldsmiths of Celuk, long famed for thier delicate work, are in the midst of a great bustle of production, as orders for export of contemporary jewellery have more than quadrupled in the past few years. The skills of the Celuk artisans are such that they can move effortlessy from their traditional art of highly decorative filigree ornamentation to the streamlined geometrical shapes of today, creating contemporary pieces that are populer the world over. The cottage industry has spread troughh the entire village, far beyond the rows of ornate artshop buildings that front the main road, to the family compounds, where children work beside their elders, learning the skills of the art from a very young age.
Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Museum Seni Batuan, Jl. Prebangsa Gr. Sunaren 9 Br. Gede Batuan, Sukawati 80582 Indonesia

Our bali nature holiday package will visit this temple because there is a healthy population here of every religious sect and caste, each requiring its own complete set of temples, Batuan boasts more iteresting temples than many far larger villages. Probably the most impressive among these is the Pura Puseh Batuan ( the Temple of origin, literally the “Navel Temple” ), a short distance down a secondary road heading west from the crossroad, where the main road takes a sharp right-angle turn to the north. Directly opposite a large meeting hall, the temple is difficult to miss as a pair of six-foot stone raksasa ( guardian giants ), standing either side of the road, guard the approach from both directions. Almost all the sculpture on this temple, whether dating from past centuries or made for the 1992 restoration, combine superb technical craftsmanship with imaginative personality. The newly rebuilt gedong rum, a three-tiered rectangular shrine on east side of the inner courtyard, and the meru alit, the shrine next to it, both with traditional murals of the gods beneath their eaves, are fine example of what is still possible in sacred Balinese architecture. The lively stone faces growing out of a floral scroll at the base of the meru alit are particularly striking. The earnest scholar can profit from the small signs which name each of the temple’s shrines in both Balinese and modern Indonesia text for benefit of worshipers who do not wish to misplace their offerings. A doorway through the west wall, flanked by two reclining rams, leads to an unusual water garden whose massive gate, reminiscent of Javanese Hindu temple, and pond have been freshly restored for the first time since their collapes in the eartquake of 1917. At the center of the pond is Bedawang, the cosmic turtle upon whom the universe rests. In a peaceful corner, an orderly array of broken statues and architectural details, casualities of the earthquake, await their turn to be incorporated in future restorations of the pavilions.
Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Tegenungan Waterfall, Jl. Raya Tegenungan, Kemenuh, Ubud 80581 Indonesia
Exotic waterfall of Tegenungan.

Tegenungan Waterfall is a waterfall located in Kemenuh Village, Sukawati District, Gianyar Regency, 30 km from Denpasar City. This waterfall has a height of 15 meters. Although not very high, the water discharge is very heavy. The water is also clean and clear.
Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Mount Batur, Kintamani 80366 Indonesia
Batur volcano and it’s lake , temen village - Coffee and cocoa plantation.

This village will visit on our daily bali nature holiday package and Kintamani Village is Batur Volcano and creater lake.

1500 meters high, the village of Kintamani has a cool, damp climate suited to growing oranges and passion fruite and on martket day, which falls every third day, the main street becomes a bustling chaos of vendors, some of whom have travelled from far away, carrying their wares on horseback.


In 1926, during the violent eruption of Mt.Batur, the original village of Batur, at the sourthern foot of the mountain, was totally destroyed. The villagers, unharmed but homeless, moved up into the high ridge overlooking their original home, and began the task of rebuilding their temple, Pura Ulun Danu. Work on this temple is still underway, and they are creating one of the most impressive temples on the island. It’s strark meru towers stand out againts the backdrop of the smoking volcano.
Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Gunung Kawi Sebatu Temple, Sebatu, Tegalalang 80511 Indonesia
Gunung kawi sebatu temple.

The water temple of Gunung Kawi is only a few hundred yards along this sideroad. A natural spring flows from the heart of the temple into a pool so clear that you can count the scales on the huge goldfish ghosting around the opulent island shrine at its center. Holy water is requested at an adjacent small shrine while nearby, and still within the temple walls, are the open-air public baths. Our bali nature holiday package and our visitor are welcome to explore the other courtyards where the shrines and pavilions are lovingly maintained by the people of nearby Sebatu.

Rawana and Hanuman

There are carving everywhere at Pura Gunung Kawi, many of them old, but there are two new ones in the left-hand pavilion of the inner courtyard that are particularly striking. One is of Rawana, demonic king of Lanka in the Ramayana epic, and the other is of Hanuman, the white warrior monkey who challenges him.
Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Tegalalang Rice Terrace, Jalan Raya Ceking, Tegalalang 80517 Indonesia
Beautiful rice terrace of Tegallalang.

Tegallalang rice terrace is one Bali’s most famous tourist attractions. Located north of Ubud at 600m above sea level. Tegallalang Rice Terrace is one of the best spots when we visit Ubud because we will see terraces with beautiful views and very sloping layers.

Although the size of the terraces is not as wide as the terraces in Jatiluwih, this terracing is the pride of the Balinese people.
Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Puri Saren Palace, Jl. Raya Ubud No.8, Ubud 80571 Indonesia
Puri saren of ubud and stay one night in Ubud.

One of the most respected dance groups in Bali perform several nights a week in the outer courtyard of the principal palace, at the northeast corner of tej central crossroad. Their backdrop is a grand gate, kori agung, built bu Ubud’s most famous artists, I Gusti Nyoman Lempad. It separates the outer courtyard from the inner sanctum of the palace where the current ruling Cokorda lives. The Puri Saren was demolished by the great eartquake of 1917, so the maze of courtyards, pavilion, and elaborate gates extending far behind the Kori Agung were mostly built soon thereafter.

Merajan Agung. The towering gate above a steep flight of steps immediately north of main palace is one of the finest of its kind, with a striking pyramid of Boma faces rising above its door. This is the main entrance to the Merajan Agung, the private palace temple of the Royal Family within which are housed the palace’s most revered heirlooms. This palace is included on our bali nature holiday package.
Duration: 1 hour

No meals included on this day.
Accommodation included: stay one night at Panorama hotel ubud or Green Field hotel

Day 2: 2nd Day Destination >> Journey to Candidasa

Stop At: Gianyar Street Night Market, Jl. Ngurah Rai-Gianyar, Gianyar Indonesia
Traditional market / local market.

Gianyar traditional market is one of the destinations in the bali nature holiday package during your holiday in Bali. The traditional Gianyar market is open from 4am to 11pm, where morning opening hours are intended to peddle daily necessities. If you visit at night, you will find various culinary choices, such as traditional Balinese menus and food menus from other parts of Indonesia
Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Penglipuran, 80611 Indonesia
Traditional village of Penglipuran.

Penglipuran village is at 700 meters above sea level. Penglipuran Village comes from the words pengeling and pura, which means remembering a holy place (the ancestors). Initially the village community came from Bayung Gede Village, Kintamani. They migrated to Kubu Bayung Village (now Penglipuran village) and finally settled by always maintaining the nobility of their cultural philosophy. In each house has a gate called Angkul-angkul. All houses in this village are uniform but not the same, and almost similar. The size of the house is exactly the same. It was recorded that there were 985 people in 234 family heads spread over 76 yards, which were evenly distributed on each side of a total area of ​​112 hectares.
Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Kehen Temple, Jl. Raya Bangli North part of Bangli City, Kintamani 80513 Indonesia
Bangli regency of Kehen Temple.

In our bali nature holiday tour package will drive to Pura Kehen, the second largest temple in Bali. Heading due north from the palaces of Bangli to the second road east brings one to the imposing flight of steps up to the Pura Kehen. Similar both in from and purpose to Besakih, its ascending courtyard up a hillside are reminiscent of the stepped pyramids of the Megalithic Age. Just as Besakih became the residence of the deified spirits of the king of Kelungkung, Pura Kehen served that function for the King of Bangli, whose rajas were all crowned within its hallowed courtyards. Climbing the forty-eight steps, flanked by fourteen carved demons, and passing through the great gate into the first courtyard, it feels as if the veil of centuries is beeing lifted. A flattened natural stone seems to emanate the same power of the similar stone altars at which Indonesian tribes in more islands still worship. From its courtyard one ascends through split gate to the second courtyard, which houses shrines to the ancestor of the last royal dynasty of Bangli. The highest courtyard contains corner an eleven-tiered meru to the god of fire and at the northeast corner is an unusual and superbly carved “three-seater” padmasana trisakti. The three seats are for Brahma, Wisnu, and Siwa, the supreme Hindu trinity, but to Balinese eyes the shrine is to the sun god, Surya, of whom they are but manifestations. Traces of paint on many the older statues indicate that Pura Kehen was ones far more garishly colorful than it is today.
Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Besakih Temple, Jl. Raya Besakih, Karangasem Indonesia
Besakih temple is the mother temple and biggest temple in Bali.

Bali’s largest and most famous temple, Pura Besakih, is situated high on the slopes of Mount Agung. Established around about 1007 A.D., it has been regarded as the major temple on the island of Bali, focal point of the Hindu religion, since the 15th Century. Each regency of Bali has its own sub-temple within the great Besakih complex, and all Balinese pay homage here. There are 18 separate sanctuaries, all belonging to different affiliations and caste groups. The three major temples are Pura Penataran Agung, once belonging to the royal family of Klungkung, dedicated to the Supreme God Sang Hyang Widi Wasa, Pura Kiduling Kreteg, dedicated to Brahma, and Pura Batu Medog, dedicated to Wisnu. Each of these temples has a reguler six-monthly anniversary celebration or odalan, and on the full moon of the tenth month, “Kedasa” , the entire temple celebrates a visitation of the gods. “Bhatara Turun Kabeh” , and roads are packed with busloads, bemoloads, and even truckloads of visiting worshippers bearing offerings from afar. The ceremonies last for ever a week. During this period the temple is filled with magnificent offerings.
Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Taman Kertha Gosa, Jl. Kenanga No.11, Semarapura Kelod, Kec. Klungkung, Kabupaten Klungkung, Bali 80761, Indonesia
Kertagosa and Taman gili of Klungkung.

The royal Court of Justice of Klungkung, are a reminder of the power and glory of this former kingdom. These two stately pavilions in their lotus pond gardens at the center of the town of Klungkung, were built in the 18th century, at which time they acted as the island’s highest court of law. Their fantastic ceilling murals in the traditional “wayang” style of painting depict the punishment in hell for wrong-doers, as well as the rewards in heaven for those who are good and honest in their lifetime, depecting a highly evocative view of the Balinese belief in “karmapala” every action bears fruit, be it good or bad. Judgements were made according to traditional law by three Brahmana high priests. During Dutch colonial rule the courts were still held here, pronouncing judgements on cases concerning custom and traditional law which could not be settled at the village level. Meeting were talso had during the full moon of every fourth month of the Balinese calender, attended by the regional kings throughout Bali, where in the high King of Klungkung gave his directives and decisions concerning the problem of the greater Kingdom of Bali. The hall of Kertha Gosa was also often used for audiences granted to guest and foreigners by the King. A tall gateway behind Kertha Gosa once led into Bali’s most splendid palace, which was destroyed in the Dutch bombardments of 1908 that resulted in the conquest of the island. A memorial to this terrible Puputan battle that ended 600 years of glorious rule in Bali by the descendants of Majapahit, has been erected on the eastern side of the Regent’s office, across the road from Kertha Gosa. At the western side of Kertha Gosa pavillion is Taman Gili, which was previously the head-quarters of the king’s guard. Restored during Dutch times, this pavillion is decorated in more recent “wayang” paintings, by the best of the Kamasan School of Artists. The ceilling of this moated pavilion describes the Balinese horo-scopes, as well as illustrating a number of folk tales from the literary classics.

Bale Kambang

This imposing rectangular pavilion appears to float above its lily-filled moat. Beneath its ironwood shingled roof, every square inch of ceiling is richly painted with traditional “Kamasan style” motifs, and it is only natural to assume that this must be Klungkung’s renowed Hall of Justice. Kertha Gosa is the little square pavilion in the corner of the garden. The Bale Kambang, in the days of the rajas, was headquarters for the royal guards. Later, in Dutch time, anxious relative of plaintiffs and transgressors waited there for judgements emanating from Kertha Gosa. They usually had plenty of time to study the myths and legends pictured on the painted panels overhead. The first of these eight layers of panels shows phases of the astrological calender, while the second tells the story of Pan Brayut and Men Brayut, an impoverished couple who were blessed with eighteen children and didn’t know what to do. All the other layers to the apex relate the adventure of Sutasoma, a semi-divine hero whose wisdom and subtle powers cause arrows and spears, even those hurled at him by the gods, to turn to flowers. He is a Balinese role model of non-aggressive strength. Although the Bale Kambang survived the razing of the palace in 1908, the building seen today is not old. It was completely rebuilt and enlarged in 1942 and, due to the ravages of the climate, some of its ceiling panels were probably replaced even more recently.

Bale Kertha Gosa, the Hall of Justice

The more famous painted ceiling of the Kertha Gosa has also gone through numerous changes this century. It had to be restored after the devastating eartquake of 1917 and was again repainted during the 1930’s by Pan Sekan, a master artist from nearby village of Kamasan. Thirty years later, Pan Sekan’s son, Pan Semaris, directed the total replacement of his father’s weather-eaten ceiling. With the exception of a fee panels added in the last decade, which stand out because of their crudity and the fact that acrylics instead of natural pigments were used, the ceiling is as Pan Semaris, directed it in 1960. In the small pavilion, you find yourself on the bronk of three worlds. Below you to one side is the noisy bustle of modern Bali while to the other lies the old-wordly calm of the water garden, and rising overhead in a pulsating pyramid of richly painted panels is the realm of gods and demonds. During the thirty years of Dutch rule, suspected criminals would be tried beneath these salutary paintings. The panels are arranged in nine layers, the lowest being a series of small panels telling five tales of the Tantri series. Most of the 267 panels relate episodes in the story of Bima Swarga in which Bima, the most unruly of the five semi-devine Pandawa brothers of Mahabharata, ventures into the underworld to rescue the lost souls of his earthly parents. The karmic fate of those who have transgressed is illustrated, while Bima battles with demonds and overtunes cauldrons in his quest. We follow Bima’s journey through the various stages of the heavens in quest of the elixir of immortality that will revive his parents. The entire epic is, in fact, an heroic journey of self-discovery. The astrological calender appears ib some panels, with particular emphasis on eartquakes and volcanic eruptions, which must have on everyone’s mind at the time.
Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Goa Lawah Temple, Jl. Raya Goa Lawah Pesinggahan, Dawan Indonesia
Kusamba village of Bat Cave temple.

The road past Klungkung runs parallel to pounded by turbulent swirling water. Just 6 kilometers east of the town is the temple and cave of Goa Lawah, “the bat cave”, where shrines cluster around the entrance to a cave which is said to extend all the way under-ground to a small temple, Pura Goa, in the Besakih Complex, right on the slopes of Mount Agung. This cave us said to be the dwelling of the mythological naga serpent, Basuki, who is honoured by a small shrine within the temple. Around the mouth of the cave cluster thousand of bats, their high-pitched squeaks filling the air, tiny quivering bodies packed together in an undulating mass. Ad with many strange natural phenomena, this cave and its temple are considered very holy by all Balinese, and groups of devotees come with offerings to complete their post-creamation “Segara Gunung” ceremonies for the souls of their deceased.
Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Candidasa Beach, Sea, Manggis, Karangasem Regency, Bali, Indonesia
Candidasa village.

To the east of Padang Bay, the little beach of Candi Dasa is growing into a resort area at a rapid rate. For several kilometres along the gently curving coastline, small hotels and homestays have sprung up under the coconut palms. The gently lapping waters and white coral-sand beaches offer an ideal stop over for visitors touring the island, and the ideal base for exploring the Regency of Karangasem.
Duration: 1 hour

No meals included on this day.
Accommodation included: stay one night at Sagara Candidasa hotel.

Day 3: 3rd Day Destination >> Journey to Lovina

Stop At: Tirta Gangga, Jl. Abang-Amlapura, Karangasem 80852 Indonesia
Tirta Gangga water palace.

The water palace at Tirtha Gangga, about 4 miles northwest of Amlapura, was built in 1948 by the last raja of Karangasem, A.A. Ngurah Ketut Karangasem, in a series of formal pools fed by a sacred spring. The eruption of Mount Agung in 1963, which buried much of the neighboring village of Subagan, badly damaged Tirtha Gangga. It has been gradually restored, and is open to the public and tourist. A small hamlet of tourist accommodation and eating places has grown up here, but the main attraction is the swimming, which is permitted in several designated pools: a large one open to anyone, and a smaller one closer to the spring, for which an additional admission fee is charged. The water is indescribably refreshing, a swimming pool of holy water.
Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Amed Beach, Tulamben Village, Kec Kubu, Karangasem Indonesia
Amed or Tulamben is excellent spots for snorkeling and scuba dive (optional).

There is most popular diving site or snorkeling in Bali. A shipwreck and drop-off accessible from the beach offer easy access to colorful under water world. The magnificent coral viewing, also notorious for sharks, rays and a wide variety of beautiful fish live. Diving courses are also available.
Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Ponjok Batu Temple, Pacung, Tejakula Indonesia
Pacung village

Temple with high historical value are often found on the island of Bali, Pura Ponjok Batu is one of them. There is no real record of the time of establisment of the Ponjok Batu Temple building. Its just that, the existence of this temple has an important role in the event of the coming Reverend Siwa Sidanta Danghyang Nirartha in the 15th century AD.

Ponjok Batu Temple means tanjung batu. The naming is pinned on this temple because of its location in the peninsula area and looks jutting into the sea. The existence of this temple is also quite mysterious. Lontar Dwijendra Tattawa is one of the few historical evidences that tells about the existence of Ponjok Batu Temple. In the lontar, the story of the arrival of Reverend Shiva Sidanta is told, namely Danghyang Nirartha during the reign of Dalem Waturenggong. He made a spiritual journey to various temples, beginning with Pulaki Temple. He also spent his time visiting the Ponjok Batu Temple and meditating there. In his arrival at Ponjok Batu Buleleng Temple, Danghyang Nirartha was told to help the boat and boat crew from Lombok. In the story, it was told that the boat crew saw a glowing rock in the middle of the sea. When trying to approach him, the boat suddenly suffered damage and could not continue the journey. Furthermore, Danghyang Nirartha also helped the boat crew so they could continue their journey back to Lombok Island. He also took part in departing with the group to Lombok. That said, the spiritual value of the Ponjok Batu Temple location continues to increase, as evidenced by the continuous light emanating from this place.

Miracle at Pura Ponjok Batu

It is said that one day, sometime in the 16th century, the Javanese priest Danghyang Nirartha stopped here to sit on the rocks, admire the sea and compose a bit of poetry when suddenly he saw a prahu approaching with a broken mast. The boat landed on the beach, and he saw that the seven crew members were starved, parched, seasick, and close to death. Danghyang Nirartha revived the crew with his holy magic, and when they were well enough to speak again, they explained that theu were sasak sailors from Lombok. A storm had broken their mast, and they had been adrift in the Lombok strait for over a month and had lost all hope of survival. The priest bid them to drink from a spring that suddenly appeared in the rock, and the next day he guided them safely back to Lombok, even though they had no mast and sail. Approaching the north by the east coast road, one skirts the desolate flanks of Mount Agung through country still ravaged from the volcano’s eruption in 1963, but the beauty of the sea on the right is of some solace.
Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Pura Beji, Main Road Sangsit, Sangsit, Sawan Indonesia
Sangsit village

In the village of Sangsit is Pura Beji, a subak temple; that is belongs to and is cared for by a rice irrigation association. Located about 200 yards down a small road heading toward the sea from the center of Sangsit, it was built in the 15th century on the site of a well. The temple is famous for its baroque architecture and virtuoso relief carvings. With its courtyards of clipped grass and old frangipani tress, it is a tranquil and refreshing place. The grand gate separating the forecourt from the inner courtyard spreads almost the entire length of the wall and is wonderfully carved on both the inner and outer sides. The principal shrines have staircases and turrets, and one gets the feeling here that worship has something to do with the sheer pleasure of building things.
Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Lovina Beach 81152 Indonesia

The black sand beach is safe and a wonderful place for swimming and snorkeling. Lovina also offers dolphin viewing.
Duration: 1 hour

No meals included on this day.
Accommodation included: stay one night at Aditya Beach Resort & Spa

Day 4: 4th Day Destination >> Journey to Tanah Lot

Stop At: Lovina Beach 81152 Indonesia
Dolphin tour ; start early morning at 6am cross to the sea by outrigger to see jumping dolphins with exited sunrise then breakfast and shower at the hotel
Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Gitgit Waterfall, Singaraja 81112 Indonesia
Gitgit waterfall

To the south of Singaraja is Gitgit Waterfall, Bali’s highest waterfall. This beautiful wilderness area is a must for nature lovers who want to get away from the bustle of the larger towns. This is perfect place to take photographs of Bali’s magical scenery.
Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Buyan Lake, Wanagiri, Sukasada Indonesia
Gobleg village is hidden hill of wanagiri.

Wanagiri Hidden Hills Buleleng is a new tourist attraction that is now increasingly popular. Now this tourist area is increasingly crowded by young people, especially those who like selfie. Because there are many instagramable spots. Lately this region is popular especially on social media. This hitz place offers the beauty of nature and contemporary photo spots. In addition to natural scenery, the beauty of the cool nature of the mountains is ready to accompany your visit.
Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Ulun Danu Bratan Temple, Jl. Raya Candi Kuning, Tabanan 82191 Indonesia
Bedugul village is Ulun danu temple.


In the center highlands of Bali is the serene mountain area of Bedugul. Here, vegetable, fruits, and flowers thrive in the alpine climate, and a colorful little market at Bukit Mungsu offers a wide selection of produce including exotic wild orchids, roses, and colorful birds. There is a large botanical garden nearby.

Ulun Danu Temple Beratan

This is a major stop for the tourist, but it is too beautiful to miss. The outer grounds have been formally landscaped with clipped lawns and bold flowerbeds that reflect the elegance of lakeside temple and its stately meru. Tourists are allowed to roam the gardens and through the outer courtyard, but entry into inner courtyard is forbidden, though one may peer into it over the walls. The temple run s said to be associated with the Bratan clan of the Pande caste, from which the lake takes name. The goddess of the lake is honored at Pura Ulun Danu at the taller of two meru on a little island near the shore.
Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Jatiluwih Green Land, Jatiluwih Village, Tabanan 82152 Indonesia
Jatiluwih village is exotic rice terrace.

The road climbs up high into the hills to a small village named Jatiluwih. With a height of 850meters above sea level, the view here is one of the finest imaginable. Bali’s terraced paddy fields stretch into endless contours over the hills and valleys as far as the eye can see.
Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Tanah Lot Temple, Kecamatan Kediri, Kabupaten Tabanan, Beraban 82121 Indonesia
Tanah lot

According to legend, the temple Pura Pakendungan, better known now as Pura Tanah Lot, was founded by the 16th-century priest Danghyang Nirartha out of sheer adoration for the natural beauty of the landcape here. It’s not hard to understand why; the power of the and the abrupt drama of the coastline here are awe inspiring. The little temple sits a top an outcrop of rock in the surf, guarded by sea snakes. Besides Pura Tanah Lot there are several other temples nearby arrayed along the coast: Pura Enjung Galuh, Pura Batu Bolong, Pura Enjung Mejaan, and Pura Beji, all of them presently in a state of disrepair, certainly due to the violence of the sea and wind which erodes the coastline constantly. The most picturesque of these is Pura Batu Bolong ( meaning “the temple on the rock with a hole in it” ): a wall of rock juts arch is carved out by the sea.
Duration: 1 hour

No meals included on this day.
No accommodation included on this day.

  • Full AC hotel transfer
  • English Speaking Driver or Tour Guide
  • All entrance fee and Ticket
  • Donation
  • Boat for see Dolphin
  • 3 Night Room / Hotel
  • 3x breakfast
  • Accommodation included: 3 nights
  • Entry/Admission - Penglipuran
  • Entry/Admission - Puri Saren Palace
  • Entry/Admission - Tirta Gangga
  • Entry/Admission - Ponjok Batu Temple
  • Entry/Admission - Gunung Kawi Sebatu Temple
  • Entry/Admission - Tohpati Village
  • Entry/Admission - Amed Beach
  • Entry/Admission - Tegalalang Rice Terrace
  • Entry/Admission - Lovina Beach
  • Entry/Admission - Pura Beji
  • Entry/Admission - Jatiluwih Green Land
  • Entry/Admission - Tanah Lot Temple
  • Entry/Admission - Taman Kertha Gosa
  • Entry/Admission - Buyan Lake
  • Entry/Admission - Goa Lawah Temple
  • Entry/Admission - Ulun Danu Bratan Temple
  • Entry/Admission - Gitgit Waterfall
  • Entry/Admission - Gianyar Street Night Market
  • Entry/Admission - Barong & Kris Dance
  • Entry/Admission - Museum Seni Batuan
  • Entry/Admission - Besakih Temple
  • Entry/Admission - Kehen Temple
  • Entry/Admission - Tegenungan Waterfall
  • Entry/Admission - Mount Batur
  • Entry/Admission - Candidasa Beach

    • Not wheelchair accessible
    • Stroller accessible
    • Near public transportation
    • Infants must sit on laps
    • Most travelers can participate
    • Face masks required for travelers in public areas
    • Face masks required for guides in public areas
    • Face masks provided for travelers
    • Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
    • Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
    • Gear/equipment sanitized between use
    • Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized
    • Guides required to regularly wash hands
    • Regular temperature checks for staff
    • COVID-19 vaccination required for guides
    • This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate
    • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
    Departure Point

    Jalan Sunset Road, Jl. Sunset Road, Kuta, Kec. Kuta, Kabupaten Badung, Bali, Indonesia
    Traveler pickup is offered
    Pick up & Drop off is available from most popular areas either Denpasar, Kuta, Legian, Canggu, Seminyak, Ubud, Sanur, Nusa Dua, Jimbaran area, and Bali Cruise Port in Benoa.


    • Bali Ngurah Rai Airport, Denpasar Indonesia


    • Pelabuhan Fast Boat Padang Bai, Jl. Silayukti, Padangbai, Kec. Manggis, Kabupaten Karangasem, Bali 80871, Indonesia

    Departure Time

    08:00 AM

    Return Details

    Returns to original departure point

    Voucher info

    You can present either a paper or an electronic voucher for this activity.


    4 days

    User's Reviews


    27 Aug, 2022

    We had the best time possible in Bali, all thanks to Putu. From airport pickup to drop and everything in between, Putu made sure that our stay in Bali is as memorable as it can be. He suggested alternate itineraries to what we had planned and it turned out to be much better than our plan, took us to awesome restaurants and most importantly kept our kids engaged at times. He has the best behaviour you would expect from a guide/driver and he is a person who keeps our interest at the forefront while making every decision. Never in the 7 days we spent with him, he said No to any of our requests be it random stops on the road side to buy things, to finding ATMs in the busiest streets etc. If you are planning to take a trip to Bali, do yourself a favour and try to get Putu as your driver.


    22 Aug, 2022

    We were a group of 3 families - 6 adults and 3 children. Putu (or Putu uncle as our kids fondly call him) was a great driver cum guide cum travel companion that anybody could ask for. He was driving us to places, giving us awesome food recommendations, suggesting better itineraries to what we had planned and even keeping our kids occupied at times. He also took candid videos of ours, edited it on the go and sent to us - he's a master at that :D. From airport pick up to airport drop on final day, Putu was there to help us throughout our trip in Bali. Will recommend Putu to anyone looking for a guide cum driver in Bali. Putu.. you rock !!


    21 Feb, 2020

    Putu is very flexible and accommodating during our entire trip. He is a great guide that knows where to find the best deals for you.


    16 Feb, 2020

    Putu was awesome as my driver & guide! We went to quite a few places and he always had something to tell me about at each of them. I always felt welcomed and safe with Putu. When I come back to Bali we will be seeing him again! Thank you!

    Manojkumar M

    23 Sep, 2019

    Putu was our tour Guide...He was really peaceful, he was flexible with changing the plans even in the last moment...really a great experience with affordable prices...I suggest this travels for my friends and family...

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    Our memorable trip in Bali made possible by Putu


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