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Duration: Approx. 10 Hours
Location: Bali, Indonesia
Available Seat: 5
Price: IDR 600.000 ($45/Car)
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Our morning begins with a visit to watch an exciting traditional Barong and Kris Dance. Immerse yourself by driving around traditional villages in Ubud. Next we’ll journey to Tegenungan Waterfall, a picturesque scenic waterfall in a lush jungle setting above a shallow bathing area. Drive to center of Ubud to visit the Ubud Monkey Forest, a nature reserve with hundred of monkeys and green forest. The sanctuary here makes it a popular filming location – you may recognize it from Eat, Pray and Love. Our tour will be proceeded to West Bali to visit one of Bali’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites Taman Ayun Temple. Our final stop of the tour is Tanah Lot Temple to visit a temple located by the sea while enjoying sunset.

Places to Visit:

  • 1. Barong and Kris Dance

    One of some mythologies in Bali. It tells about Barong as a king of the spirits, leader of the hosts of good, and his enemy named Rangda, the demon queen and mother of all spirit guarders. Traditionally, the dance represents story of the eternal battle between good and bad. This will be performed when there is a temple ceremony, which is only once a year based on Caka calender (Ticket Price: IDR 100.000).

  • 2. Tegenungan Waterfall

    Tegenungan Waterfall is a unique waterfall for its lush green forest and heavy water flow. This village is located near to the village of Ubud. It is popular with waterfall that has been a selection of places that is fun to visit. To get to this waterfall we need to take some steps down, but it will be paid by taking a cooling swim in this waterfall (Ticket Price: IDR 15.000)

  • 3. Ubud Monkey Forest

    Ubud Monkey Forest is a small rain forest dwelt by some groups of monkeys. It uses a concept named Tri Hita Karana “three causes of well-being”, a traditional philosophy for life: harmony among people, harmony with environment, and harmony with God. Besides, this monkey forest is dwelt by more less 600 long tailed monkeys (Ticket: IDR 50.000).

  • 4. Taman Ayun Temple

    Taman Ayun is one of the unique Balinese temples featured by water around the main temple. This temple was built by king of Mengwi, named I Gusti Agung Putu in 1556. He built this temple to respect his ancestors. Inside, you will see layer of Merus that make this temple more beautiful. Based on its name, Taman means “garden” and Ayun means “beautiful“, so Taman Ayun Temple means a temple surrounded by beautiful garden and water (Ticket Price: IDR 20.000).

  • 5. Tanah Lot Temple

    Tanah Lot Temple is a temple located on the ocean where Balinese Hindus believe this temple is part of Sad Kahyangan temple or one of the six major temples in Bali. This temple was built by Danghyang Nirartha in the 16th century. In the evening this temple will be more beautiful when the sun goes down. Besides, there is also a small cave where people usually do purification before they pray in the temple. So, don’t forget to bring you camera to snap pictures with sunset (Ticket Price: IDR 60.000).

Tour Inclusions:

  • Private Air-Conditioned Car
  • Max. 5 Participants/Car
  • English Speaking Driver

Tour Exclusions:

  • Entrance Tickets
  • Meals
  • Other Personal Expenses
Pick up & Drop off Areas:

Sanur, Ubud, Kuta, Legian, Seminyak, Nusa Dua, Benoa, Jimbaran, Canggu, Denpasar.

Ubud and Tanah Lot Tour Gallery: