See the scenic rice terraces, local temples, and dramatic landscape of Bali on a 9-hour guided tour. Go to Kintamani to experience an active volcano and lake. Explore Balinese culture and the majestic heritage and nature at tropical plantations, and more.
- Visit the famous Tegallalang rice terraces in Ubud
- Having fun with the monkeys at The Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary Ubud
- Visit The Heritage of Puri Saren Ubud Palace
- Grab some souvenirs at Traditional Art Market Ubud.
- Discover the sacred temples of Tirta Empul Temple and learn about their symbolism, architectural features see Balinese bathing ritual on holy spring water.
- See the spectacular view of Mt. Batur from Kintamani while enjoying an Indonesian buffet lunch overlooking this active volcano.
1st Stop: Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary
Located in the central Ubud, inhabited more than 700 monkeys populate the forest along with 186 species of trees in this 12.5-hectare sanctuary. Monkey Forrest is a symbol of harmonious coexistence of humans with nature. There are three temples within the Monkey Forest: Pura Dalem, the shrine to Lord Shiva, the Holy Water Temple, and the Cremation Temple. In the forest, visitors can also find sculptures, symbolizing the energies supporting the powers of the three temples. The temple-structure is based on the doctrine of Tri Hita Karana, which teaches followers how to maintain harmonious relationships of humans with humans, humans with their environment, and humans with The Supreme God.
You are discouraged from playing or having physical contact with the monkeys, as they are wild animals which may bite. Feeding them peanuts is not good for their health. Do not try to hide the food as the monkeys will know and will try to take it. If a monkey jumps on you, remember to stay calm, stand up, and slowly walk away. If you want to get pictures with the monkeys, make sure your camera is ready while the monkey is crawling on your shoulder. Ask for assistance from the staff if necessary.
2nd Stop: Ubud Bali Traditional Art Market
The variety of merchandise can be overwhelming. You can buy plenty of art with traditional and religious themes, from Buddha heads to topeng masks to statues of Wisnu and Garuda. There a lot of choice for souvenir like hand-painted kites, brightly colored sarongs, and intricately patterned batiks. Home decor and housewares make a strong showing at Ubud Market, too, with a proliferation of incenses, fragrances, ceramics, wall hangings and carved picture frames for sale.
3rd Stop: Puri Saren, Ubud Royal Palace
The Royal Palace has been home to the royal family of Ubud since the late 19th century to the mid-1940s and is still inhabited by descendants of the last king. You can wander around in most of the large compound exploring the many traditional and ornate buildings. Take time to appreciate the stone sculptures, many of the local artists noted as I Gusti Nyoman Lempad. If you visit the palace on Sunday you will see children learn Balinese dance from 9:00 – 10.30am.
4th Stop: Tegallalang Rice Terraces Ubud
Bali’s natural beauty comes in countless forms but the rice terraces create some of the island’s most awe-inspiring backdrop. The fields are various shades of green and are extremely well maintained. The coconut trees still give an extra charm. Be sure to walk through the rice fields to explore close its distinctive architecture. After the tour, relax in one of the many cafes overlooking the rice fields. Don’t forget to take some Instagram photos with a wonderful background.
5th Stop: Tirta Empul Holly Spring and Sacred Temple
This temple is built around a sacred spring, and its two bathing spots have been used by the Balinese for a millennium. It is believed that the springs have magical powers and bring good health and prosperity. Pack your bathing suit and experience the springs as the Balinese do. Ducking your head under each of the 13 holy springs, feel the significance of the waters as they cleanse your past and you emerge ready to create the future.
5th Stop: Enjoy Indonesian Buffet Lunch with the View of Mount Batur
Get a spectacular view of Mt. Batur from Kintamani while enjoying an Indonesian lunch overlooking the active volcano. The view over the clouds, volcano and lake Batur is definitely one of the best picturesque ever. This majestic 1717 m above sea level has spectacular scenery and the vibration of the sacred earth filling your mind and soul.
|Rate||USD 55 net / Person|
( IDR 770.000 net / Person )
|Minimum Booking||2 Person|
|Duration||Up To 10 Hours|
|Pick up Time||08:00 am from the lobby of your hotel. |
Please note, pick up is only provided from the following areas: Ubud, Sanur, Kuta, Nusa Dua, Jimbaran, Seminyak and Canggu
|Includes||Entrance fees, Donations and Parking fees in all destinations |
Buffet Indonesian lunch overlooking the Mt Batur volcano and Lake
Private hotel pick up and drop off (selected areas)
English speaking guide / driver
|Sunglasses, hat, camera, mobile phone, |
extra battery, cash, credit card for personal expenses.