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Life, religion, and art all converge in Bali. They have no word in their language for ‘artist’ or ‘art’. Everyone is an artist.
– Anais Nina
One of Indonesia’s seventeen thousand islands, Bali is a destination best known for its pristine beaches – white sands, clear waters, vivid corals, wooded volcanic mountains, lush mangroves , stepped paddy fields and Balinese Art. Culturally vivid and diverse; art, food, song and dance form the core of traditional Bali.
Over the course of a week, experience traditional Balinese hospitality at its best and discover ancient secrets, explore timeless ruins, buy your favorite art pieces or simply spend a day at the beach.
Pick up from Ngurah Rai International Airport, Bali, Indonesia
Drop at Ngurah Rai International Airport, Bali, Indonesia
3 Hours Before Flight Time
One of the best things about Bali is despite being fairly small, it has something for everyone. Whether you want waterfalls, beaches, jungles, monkeys, surfing, shopping, snorkeling with manta rays, or just relaxing on a bean bag in the sand with a piña colada in hand, Bali is your paradise. Ubud is found in Bali’s central highlands. It’s known for arts and crafts and deeply cultural experiences. There are many five-star retreats in the area flanked with views of rivers and rice terraces. Another landmark for sunset views, Jimbaran Bay is known for its seafood dining options. Shopping and nightlife is lowkey and offers little budget accommodations. It still boasts of fantastic surfing and beautiful natural attractions.
Arriving at Bali, proceed to check in at your accommodation.
Spend the day at your leisure or enjoying the local cuisine or going out for a wild shopping spree.
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Post Breakfast, Tirta Gangga Water Palace also known locally as Taman Tirta Gangga, is a former water palace of Karangasem empire which one of east Bali’s most famous sights. Tirta Gangga literally means ‘water from the Ganges’ and is a maze of pools and fountains surrounded by beautifully kept gardens and many stone carvings and statues.
Next is the Tenganan Village, One of Famous Bali Traditional Villages in Karangasem, East Part of Bali Island with Preserved Local Cultures and Traditions. This Bali traditional village is much referred by cultural literature science of Tenganan Pegringsingan, very famous literature on the island and has its own very unique local community life.
After lunch, visit the Kerta Gosa is a beautiful historical site situated in the hearth of Semarapura Town. Kerta Gosa forms part of the Puri Semarapura royal palace complex and features two main structures – a grand hall or the namesake Bale Kerta Gosa with ceilings filled with Kamasan or wayang-style paintings, and the Bale Kambang ‘floating’ hall or pavilion that’s surrounded by a moat.
Continue to Ujung Water Palace built in 1909, the palace makes a display of its three main pools and the amalgamation of local and foreign architectural styles infused in its design. Take a stroll through the ample grounds of this site to appreciate how the water and buildings interact.
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Post Breakfast,visit the Ulun Danu Bratan Temple also called Floating Temple is the most mesmerizing temple complex on the shores of Lake Beratan, set within the backgrounds of the mountainous Bedugul region in Bali, Indonesia. It consists of four sacred buildings to devoted to the Hindu gods Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva.It is most popular for its historical relevance along with the characteristic Balinese architecture and picturesque location.
Next is the Gitgit waterfall in Bali, nestled among lush green trees and clove plantations The Gitgit waterfall consists of three waterfalls of different heights – the first one being Twin Waterfall: it consists of two waterfalls sheltered in a narrow cliff, the second one is a continuation of the Twin Waterfall and is sixty meters high, the third waterfall is known as the Waterfall Story.
After lunch, continue to Singaraja an old harbor town. There visit the Royal Palace of Singaraja where the descendants of the last Raja of Buleleng, Anak Agung Pandji Tisna, still live there. The architecture of Singaraja will remind you of the time that the Dutch ruled. In the old center of the town, you can still see some of the old colonial buildings. Especially in the harbor district, with a number of old warehouses, it is easy to travel back in your mind to times that the harbor was still busy and the warehouses still full with tobacco, spices, and vanilla.
Next is the scenic Lovina Beach is known for their coral reefs, black sand beaches, and a happening nightlife. This beach is also perfect for some water sports and surfing activities. Next is Banjar Hot Springs – sacred hot springs known as ‘Air Panas’ set in the midst of the jungle in a beautifully landscaped tropical garden, close to Lovina Beach, and it consists of three public and one private pool.
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Post breakfast the Tegalalang Rice Terrace. The Tegalalang Rice Terrace provides a scenic valley view of rice paddy slopes and a cool relief from the tropical hot weather.
Next is the Ubud Monkey Forest to take a few lessons from the monkeys on Bali wildlife. Continue to Puri Saren Royal Palace, an ideal spot for history lovers to explore and learn about the Ubud Empire’s beginnings. Stroll over to Ubud Art Market and be spoilt by the variety of traditional artwork on sale here.
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Post breakfast starts with a trip to Padang-Padang Beach that has a beautiful bay, with cove-like waters, providing a sense of serenity from the hustle and bustle of Bali’s party beaches.
Next is a tour of Pura Luhur Uluwatu temple which is a stunning temple is perched on a steep cliff about 70 metres above sea level, overlooking the Indian Ocean while experiencing Bali’s infamous sunsets as the backdrop.
Pura Luhur Uluwatu is a definite go-to destination to enjoy the sunset as well as witness the traditional kecak dance performance. The performance is called a ‘Kecak Fire dance’, based on a traditional Balinese ritual as well as based on the famous epic Hindu story of the Ramayana.
After lunch, next is the Tanah Lot temple complex. This temple is perched on a small rocky outcrop, surrounded by shrines and temples on the shore side. Legend has it the high priest from the Majapahit Kingdom in East Java, Dang Hyang Nirartha traveled to Bali in a quest to spread Hinduism and arrived at Tanah Lot, thus establishing it as a temple to honor Baruna, the sea god.
Then visit the Garuda Wisnu Kencana statue a.k.a GWK statue is a 121-meter tall statue located in Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park. The statue was designed to be Indonesia’s tallest statue, that was inspired by a Hindu myth about the search for Amrita (the elixir of life). According to this myth, Garuda agreed to be ridden by Vishnu in return for the right to use the elixir to liberate his enslaved mother.
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Head to the airport for the back home.