BBT BRT 11
(Price is per car included a private fully AC vehicle, petrol, parking and English speaking Driver)
Pick Up time at 9.00 am, Duration 7 Days.
Tirta Gangga Water Garden.
1. Tanah Lot Temple
On the beginning of our trips we see Tanah Lot Temple. The temple perched on a little rocky islet. This temple was built in 16th century by the Javanese priest Danghyang Nirartha who built many temple near the sea around the island such as Rambut Siwi Temple in west of Bali, Pulaki Temple and Ponjok Batu Temple in North of Bali. In western side there are small temple built one of the temple in the top rock with hole it's Batu Bolong Temple, Batu it's mean Rock and Bolong it's mean hole.
2. Warung Kebun Restaurant and Bar
Warung Kebun located just a few minutes before we arrive at the center site of Pupuan rise paddies filed is open to the public and has a large terrace facing the views of the gardens, paddies and all the way down to the coast. A range of Indonesian and Western food is served from 7 AM to 10 PM. There is an emphasis on local ingredients and on seasonal fruit.
3. Pupuan Rice Terraces
On our journey to Pemuteran we travel through Pupuan and Antosari. One of the most pictures one area on the island. Terraced rice field line the contours of hill, which fall gently down to clean running streams. The wider view is also breath taking. Nestling under the shadow Batu Karu Mount from the area.
4. Pemuteran Beach North West of Bali
Pemuteran is a small laid-back village which has become increasingly popular with visitors in recent years. There are a number of waterfront resorts and its proximity to Lovina and West Bali National Park together with the extreme natural beauty of the area, has fueled quite rapid growth in tourism infrastructure in the area.
Pemuteran is home to the largest artificial Biorock reef project in the world and there is a real spirit of marine conservation effort in this area.
5. Adhi Assri Hotel (similar Hotel)
Located in Pemuteran, a small fishing village in Northern Bali, the Adi Assri beach resort is the perfect spot to stay while visiting Bali. Our beach-front cottages offer the finest luxury accommodations. Close to the best diving areas in Bali, the unspoiled Menjangan Island is just a short boat ride away. You can also enjoy snorkeling directly from our beautiful beach. If you enjoy trekking or hiking, the West Bali National Park is right in our backyard.
1. Snorkling at Menjangan Island
The best place for snorkeling in Bali, Located about 15 minute drive from our hotel at Pemuteran and about 30 minute by boat from Labuan Lalang Harbor. The boat will land on the island. The snorkeling start from the beach, on the leg level of water you already can see a lot of colorful fish. So even you never do snorkeling you already can enjoy it.
2. Pulaki Temple
It located near the grape-growing village of Banyu Poh. This important temple commemorates the arrival of the Javanese saint-priest Dang Hyang Nirartha to Bali in the early 16th century. Cliffs tower behind the temple surrounded by jungle and overrun by hordes of simians. Considered sacred, the macaques are well fed by pilgrims. The monkeys on the hills range have existed before the arrival of Danghyang Nirartha. It is said that when he entered the forest of Pulaki he was escorted by those monkey troops. As his respect to those monkeys Danghyang Nirartha then established the Pulaki Temple and the entire monkeys there came to be its guardian.
3. Hot Spring Pool at Banjar Village
Banjar Hot Spring Pool, located in Banjar Village, hot spring (air panas) are only short distance from Buddhist Monastery. The water is slight sulfurous and hot, will be good to swim early morning or late afternoon. Must wear swimsuit and not allowed to use soap. There are three pool, first pool a little bit higher than the main pool another pool with water pours from three meter high spouts to give you back shoulder massage. Will be crowded when Balinese Holidays.
4. Lovina Beach
Lovina Beach, about three kilometers drive from Banjar hot spring will arrive in Lovina Beach, on the way you may see a lot of grapes plantation grow up around Banjar Village, the name of Lovina became from the word of Love Indonesia (INA), the beach has black sand with small wave and the area the base of tourist object in north of Bali. Many hotels and restaurants built including small night life. The most popular activities here is to see dolphin early morning at 06.00 pm with hire small boat or do snorkeling.
5. Aditya Beach Resort Lovina (similar hotel)
Aditya Beach Resort with its colorful flowers is an individual Balinese styled resort, which lies at the heart of Lovina Beach - Singaraja – North of Bali is absolutely offering the friendliness and romantic home-based, an ideal location to relax since its location is away from the crowd as in Kuta and Sanur. Moreover, spending your holiday here at Aditya Beach Resort assure you to encounter some local dolphins along the beach. Its 17 air-conditioned cottages have private verandas surrounded by colorful tropical flower garden, over looking the sea, and own private bathrooms with cold and hot water. Mini bar, color television and telephone are set up for each room.
1. Watching Dolphin
Wake up early in the morning and get into the boat at 06:00 AM to sail far away into the sea chasing where are the dolphin arising and jumping. Ride on a traditional wooden boat with six passenger loading capacity. You might able to watch more than ten Dolphins jump up and beautiful morning with it sun rise. Many boats will be running together from the other people who want do same as you to observe dolphin at Lovina. It about one an half hour around and then return to your hotel for breakfast. Watching dolphin cost US$ 10
2. Beji Temple
The Beji temple environment was a temple environment to worship ' Dewi Sri ' as Goddess that was connected with agriculture especially being trusted as Goddess that created rice as the main food stuff. This temple environment as know as the ' Subak Temple ' environment for the Sangsit traditional village, where all of the king environmental part was illustrated Buleleng carving style in the form of plants that crept and the motive of the flower that characterized the age to 15, King’s Majapahit era. In the main gate of the temple environment was decorated by two dragons as the guard of the temple. The attraction that was unique from this temple environment was carving that filled all the temple parts as though none the place of the temple that was not decorated with carving. This carving was painted by colors so as this temple environment became more unique.
3. Air Sanih
Located 17 kilometres from Singaraja town with beach front, the cool sea shore attraction offers a tranquil black sand beach, which is enjoyable for swimming. The main attraction of Air Sanih is a natural swimming pool of fresh water upsurge from an underground spring. There are lot of locals people to swim and having a bath when they on holiday.
Amed is located in east of Bali, just 30 min north from Amlapura. The beach is covered by black sand and rocks. Not attractive but it is famous new diving spot for the huge drop of wall. The tourist area is not in the village of Amed. The road runs along the coast from Amed to the South. and most of the hotels and diving centers on the road 2 km from Amed Village called Jemeluk Beach. There is nothing but the foreign tourist facilities which makes this place a bit more expensive for food and accommodation. we get a hotel and spend another night here.
5. Hidden Paradise Cottage
Hidden Paradise is a nice hotel with swimming pool and the good location around Amed. The garden so green, the morning beach shines like gold. Easy to find skin diving spot. Bungalows in the middle of a garden with bathrooms open to the sky. Nothing like looking at the mountains and palm trees when you are having your shower! Restaurant by the see. If you like snorkeling, you can see lovely fishes and corals. Fishermen can bring you for a trip or organize a barbecue on the beach with the fish of the day. (or staying at similar hotel if this hotel have fully booked).
1. Thirta Gangga
Tirta Gangga water garden was built in 1948 by the King of Karangasem, Anak Agung Anglurah Ketut Karangasem. This water garden was constructed in a very unique architecture of Balinese and Chinese styles.
Tirtagangga Water Garden scratches on a 1,2 Hectare area, which consists of three complexes. The first complex lies on the lowest level of this area, where we can find two ponds and a water tower. The second complex in the middle level is the location where we can find swimming pools; while in the third part, which is the main complex, we can find the rest house of the King.
2. Candi Dasa Beach
Candi Dasa Beach, a tourist resort built in east Bali with a some hotel and restaurant. The beach is quiet and small boat lied a long the coast. A little bit inside Gili Tepekong island is good to do snorkeling, should be rent a boat to go to this island. It offer the chance to see a lot of coral fish. East part there is Candi Dasa Lagoon and Candi Dasa Temple, the temple located hillside across from the lagoon.
3. Candi Dasa restaurant.
Located on the side of Candi Dasa fish pool with massive view of palm tree over looking and lotus flowers which grow in the pool. this restaurant available for Ala Carte with wide range of food selection Indonesian food and international. such noodle, pizza, ,salad, chicken curry, fried rice, nasi campur and etc.
4. Tengenan Village
Tengenan Village, the village is occupied by Bali Aga people the original Balinese who arrive in Bali Bali before Majapahit arrival. Pandan war (Ngusaba Sambah Festival), will be held around May or June and Double ikat or Gringsing cloth well known from this village. The Village surrounded by the hill, most people in this village make textile well known with Geringsing Cloth. No fixed entrance fee (donation).
5. Goa Lawah (Bat Cave)
Bat Cave Temple (Goa Lawah Temple), the temple located in Pesinggahan Village, Klungkung regency. The temple built in 11th century by priest Mpu Kuturan or Mpu Raja kerta, this priest who created 4 concepts of temple in Bali. This is one important temple located near the ocean, specially use for Nyegara Gunung ceremony (Nyegara it's mean Ocean and Gunung it's mean Mountain). The Balinese people use Goa Lawah Temple for the ocean temple and Besakih Temple for the mountain temple. The cave in the cliff fully with thousand of the bats.
6. Mas Village wood sculpture center
Mas Village is truly one of villages across Bali essentially recognized as a creative country side from centering in imaginative of wood carving in Bali. Mas Village is situated in Ubud in Gianyar east of Bali. This has the conventional type of Bali wood carving art work through making onward the identify synergy the particular humanism and also naturalism. Mas Village reputation for an art work village is well known from the national and also whole world levels which isn’t neglecting on the highness label of many maestros which includes carried and located the character plus spirit. The particular popular genius who had been carried through this whole village is Ida Bagus Marka. He is a big sculpture artist in this village and most of his work on display at his gallery named "Marka Gallery".
(Note: if you want to purchase their products, please do bargain start 65 % off first as they offer very expensive price for each product. so it will be as a good chance for you to practicing your bargaining skill)
7. Ubud Palace and Market
Ubud Market and Ubud Palace, the market has two different parts, traditional market located in the west of arts market, the traditional market sell daily food and open earlier. The arts market sell various of handicrafts, arts and textiles. Next to Ubud market is Ubud Palace where is the Royal Family live, in evening the outside yard use by the local group dance performance to held Legong Dance, Barong Dance, Ramayana Ballet and Mahabharata Ballet.
8. Artini Cottage 2 Ubud.
Artini Cottages 2 is ideally situated on Padang Tegal Ubud, in the midst of rice field and just a short walk to the Monkey Forest, Galleries, Art Studios, Museums, Shopping Center, and Nightlife in Ubud. All 26 rooms have been designed in traditional Balinese bungalow style with a high degree of comfort in mind. Every room is completed with hot & cold water, private bathroom, wash basin, towel, modern western type toilets, private balcony, ceiling fan or air-condition and fully furnished with enchanting wood and natural stone carvings. Telephone line are available on every rooms . Artini Cottages 2 is the truly comfortable Bali resort in Bali Indonesia.
1. Taman Ayun Temple.
Taman Ayun Temple the Royal Family Temple in Mengwi, huge state temple of Mengwi Kingdom surrounded by a wide moat, the temple built in 1634. Outside yard with open grassy expanse and meeting hall for held the meeting, dance performance and sometime cockfighting. Middle yard built high wood bell tower called by Kulkul, outside yard to middle yard separate by open gate and from middle yard to inner courtyard separate by close gate. Inner courtyard has a lot of multi tiered shrines called by Meru, from first till the highest one. The visitor allowing to see the inner courtyard from outside only (recently denoted by UNESCO as world heritage culture). Taman Ayun Temple entrance ticket US$ 1.5
2. Bali coffee plantation.
Kopi luwak, or civet coffee, is one of the world's most expensive and low-production varieties of coffee. It is made from the beans of coffee berries which have been eaten by the Asian Palm Civet (Paradoxurus hermaphroditus) and other related civets, then passed through its digestive tract. A civet eats the berries for their fleshy pulp. In the digestive tract, the civets' proteolytic enzymes seep into the beans, making shorter peptides and more free amino acids. Passing through a civet's intestines the beans are then defecated, keeping their shape. After gathering, thorough washing, sun drying, light roasting and brewing, these beans yield an aromatic coffee with much less bitterness. This coffee is widely noted as the most expensive coffee in the world with prices reaching $350 per kilogram ($160 per pound).
3. Jatiluwih Rice Terraces (world heritage culture)
Jatiluwih Rice Terraces, drive pass through amazing country side and traditional small villages to Jatiluwih Village the most interesting places will see such as very beautiful of huge rice terraces, coffee plantation, durian trees, cacao, bamboo, avocado and etc. Jatiluwih Village has beautiful land wide of rice terraces and the best rice terraces in Bali island (recently denoted by UNESCO as world heritage culture). After harvest season you may see the farmer flowing the field with cow or buffalo, they still use traditional equipment to manage their land. Entrance ticket US$ 3 per person.
4. Billy's Terrace Cafe
Located right at Jati Luwih rice terrace, after visiting the coffee plantation, we can having launch here for couple of minutes. this restaurant has Buffet food, such as chicken satay, chicken curry, noodle, fried rice, soup, salad and etc. food are nice and delicious, most of my customers are happy to have launch at this restaurant because can see the magnificent view of the rice terrace right at the front of the restaurant from the best ankle. you will be serve by experienced restaurant staff.5. Ulundanu Beratan Temple
Ulundanu Beratan Temple - Temple in the lake the temple well known with Ulundanu Temple Ulun it's mean heart and danu it's mean lake, the temple dedicated to the Gods of lake or waters (Danu Goddess), the lake supply a lot of water to the rice field. The temple founded in 17th century by the King of Mengwi. In outside yard there is Buddhist temple and big Banyan tree. This temple of the important temple in the mountain used for Nyegara Gunung ceremony, Nyegara or Segara (ocean) and Gunung (mountain). The visitor can rent speed boat to around the lake. Ulundanu Beratan temple entrance ticket USD 3/person.
6. Sangeh Monkey Forest
Sangeh is a small tropical rain forest surrounded by the rice field with high and shady tropical trees where this place as a habitat for group of monkeys. The atmosphere of beautiful forest is an ideal place for monkeys to take refuge and become one of attractions for tourist to visit this place. This area has been opened as a tourist destination in Bali located in north of Denpasar City and about 30 minutes away from this capital city of Bali Province.
1. Barong and Keris Dance
Barong and Keris Dance at Batubulan Village, the performance start at 9.30 am and finish at 10.30 am. The Barong play represent an eternal fight between good and evil spirit. A Barong (a mythological animal) represent good spirit and Rangda (a mythological monster) represent evil one. Balinese people also believed that the Barong is symbol of protector. Many kinds face of Barong, mostly is Barong cat, Barong Landung, Barong Macan (tiger face) Barong celeng (pig face). Barong dance entrance ticket US$ 10/person
2. Celuk Village
Celuk Village is located in the Sukawati district of the Gianyer regency and is an excellent location to stop and see if you are staying in the southeast area or traveling through at any point. Located at around one hour away from the international airport and very close to such areas as Sanur and Ubud, Celuk Village is easily reachable by the By-pass road making traveling to this are convenient as well as satisfying. Famous for it’s gold and silver used in jewelry making, the Celuk Village is a one of the main Balinese craft towns and therefore also has fabulous bustling traditional markets and a real air of Balinese culture. (Note: if you want to purchase their products, please do bargain start 65 % off first from their start price as they offer very expensive price for each product. so it will be as a good chance for you to practicing your bargaining skill)
3. Batuan Village ( Village of painter societies )
Batuan (alternate: Batoeon) is one of a village in Bali, Indonesia. It is noted for its artwork and style of painting which originated in the village in the 1930s and has since emerged into a major Balinese artistic style, known as a Batuan painting. It is a major painting center and contains a number of art galleries and cooperative art societies which have played a key role in promoting the art of Batuan. The village is also known for its performance of the ancient Gambuh dance, performed every Full Moon day.
(Note: if you want to purchase their products, please do bargain start 65 % off first as they offer very expensive price for each product. so it will be as a good chance for you to practicing your bargaining skill)
4. Mount Batur Volcano
Batur Mount Volcano, this places located in Kintamani District - Bangli Regency. Penelokan Village will be the best to view of the Batur Mount and Batur Lake. Batur Mount has eruption several time already, the biggest eruption was 1926 destroyed the Batur Village, this village it was near the lake and now they move to the top. The black lava was the eruption in 1974. This is still active Volcano smoking all the time. There are many restaurant built surround the crater specially for lunch time. This tour the most famous trip for tourist who visit the island. Kintamani entrance ticket cost USD 1/person.
5. Bali Coffee Processing
Kopi luwak, or civet coffee, is one of the world's most expensive and low-production varieties of coffee. It is made from the beans of coffee berries which have been eaten by the Asian Palm Civet (Paradoxurus hermaphroditus) and other related civets, then passed through its digestive tract. A civet eats the berries for their fleshy pulp. In the digestive tract, the civets' proteolytic enzymes seep into the beans, making shorter peptides and more free amino acids. Passing through a civet's intestines the beans are then defecated, keeping their shape. After gathering, thorough washing, sun drying, light roasting and brewing, these beans yield an aromatic coffee with much less bitterness. This coffee is widely noted as the most expensive coffee in the world with prices reaching $350 per kilogram ($160 per pound). In this place you can try any types of drinks with different flavor that they served you as tester such as Bali coffee, lemon tea, ginger tea, ginger coffee, coconut tea, coconut coffee, choco tea and etc.
6. Tirta Empul (valuable historical site)
Tirta Empul Temple or Holy Spring Water Temple, it's located in Tampaksiring region near Gunung Kawi Temple. The temple was built around the springs and special bathing-pools. In the inner courtyard there is clear slate-blue spring water bubbling up into it's own enclosed rectangular pool through a sedimentary layer of black sand. In Balinese legend this spring water was created by Indra God when he fought with the Mayadenawa King. This place now very crowded with the people when the secret day for bath special ritual called in Balinese melukat. Tirtha Empul temple entrance ticket US$ 1.5/person.
7. Tegalalang Rice Terraces
Rice terraces at Tegallalang Village, this rice terraces has beautiful view with coconut trees and beautiful small river valley. Tegallalang Village well known with the village of handicrafts center especially for wholesale and export, a long of the road you will see a lot of shops, they sell variety of painted woodcarving with colorful designed. The painted woodcarving products that they sell made from very light wood with reasonable price, they do sell their handicrafts for retail too. Entrance ticket US$ 0.5/person.
8. Prime Plaza SuiteSanur Hotel
Sanur Paradise Plaza Suites located in the heart of Sanur Village is an award winning family resorts in Bali. The resort is a 25 minute drive from Bali’s International airport, and just 7 minutes walk through Sanur village to the local shopping center and surrounding restaurants.The resort is the perfect environment for groups of friends, small or big family or long-term vacationers.
Sanur Paradise Plaza Suites feature, a choice of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments, measuring up to 165sqm, complete with a fully equipped kitchen, dining area and spacious living room. The resort offers modern home comforts as well as the facilities, benefits and security of a resort. A great alternative to a conventional hotel room, the Suites can economically sleep up to six people without compromising privacy and personal space.
1. Nusa Dua Beach
Nusa Dua is known as an enclave of large international 5-star resorts in south-eastern Bali. It is located 40 kilometers from Denpasar and 20 minutes from the Bali International Airport 'Ngurah Rai', the provincial capital of Bali, and administered under Kuta South District. Nusa Dua was designed to be an ‘all-inclusive’ type of tourist destination. Proof lies in the pristine Bali Tourism Development Centre’s (BTDC’s) complex of world-class hotels, the up-market Bali Collection shopping square with its very well-maintained facilities, the area’s luxurious 18-hole golf course, clean white-golden sandy beaches and much more. The name Nusa Dua is derived from the two small islands to the east. Though it’s the most developed area in Bali, it still houses many temples, and lots of other attractions.
2. Uluwatu Temple
Uluwatu Temple, Ulu in Balinese mean top, Watu mean stone. This temple built in 11 th century by Javanese priest Empu Kuturan or well known as Empu Raja Kerta. The temple located in south western tip of island, up to the blue sea cliff approximately 100 meters high, the best place to view of the sunset. In 16 century another Javanese priest Danghyang Nirartha visit this temple and add more building, he retreated to this temple for his final life, when he attained Moksah or freedom. The temple has very agresif monkey colony. Uluwatu Temple entrance ticket cost USD 2/person.
3. Kecak and Fire Dance
Kecak Dance at Uluwatu Temple, A Kecak performance is very simple. The men's chorus chants the words Cak ke-cak ke-cak ke-cak ke-cak ke-cak, in rhythm, over and over again, For this reason they are called the Kecak or Cak dance. The Kecak dances consist of about fifty men wearing only a loin-cloth, the upper part of their bodies left bare. They form rows of circles, in the middle of which is a coconut oil lamp. The Kecak dance is performed for dance-dramas and the story presented is take from the Ramayana epic. Kecak and Fire Dance entrance ticket USD 7/person.
4. Jimbaran Beach Seafood Dinner
Jimbaran Bay is the best place for Dinner, Jimbaran located in south of airport, the beach has white sand. The area originate fishing Village with fish market. Now there are luxury hotel built, Bali Intercontinental Resort, Four Season Resort and Ayana hotel. Jimbaran bay well known with beach side Sea food Restaurant while enjoying the sunset and scenery with cold drink and a fresh grill fish with live group music by local singer offered international song and the sing title could be request. The sea food cost by weight.
To have dinner here is an optional for you, as for the price of food at Jimbaran,as all with the restaurant, they are depend on the menu selected. Snapper for example, is around USD12-15 per KG, but a live lobster or king prawn are pricey as the vendors imported from other island in Indonesia, such as Java, Borneo, and Sulawesi Island. Jimbaran Beach restaurant are under control of the village authority which require taxes from all owner, thus increasing cost.
Seven Days Round Trip Map
Transport price USD450 per vehicle.
* A Fully AC private Vehicle, Petrol, parking and English speaking Driver
* Passenger maximum 4 person per private vehicle
* Tour Duration 7 Days
* Departure Time 09:00 AM
* Meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner)
* Soft Drinks
* Entrance Tickets.
* Other expenses.
Tour Package Price USD745 net per person on twin sharing basis.
Price all included:
* Hotels 6 nights
* Meals (breakfast and lunch)
* Soft drinks
* Entrance tickets at all site
* Boat to Menjangan Island
* Sarong to enter the temple
* A private comfortable vehicle
This tour also can modified to be 9D8N start from the airport with one night extra before the tour start and one night extra after the tour finish.
The itineraries will be;
Day 1, Airport pick up and drop you off to the hotel.
Day 2- Day 8, start Seven Days Round Trip.
Day 9, Pick up hotel and drop you off to the Airport.
Extra cost will be USD80 per person.
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