- Tour Overview
Kintamani Volcano With Ubud Village – Bali Full Day Tour
1. Watching Barong and Kris Dance Performance
A Bali full day trip covering varied landscapes, the volcanic areas of Bali, passing Batubulan Village. The Barong and Kris dance which is signifies and internal fight between Good and Bad spirit.
2. Ubud Art Village
Then continue to Tohpati village where the famous Batik fabrics of Bali painstakingly created by hand. Celuk Village gold and silver smith. Batuan village home of painter and their house compund. Mas village wooden sculpture.
3. Visit Puseh Batuan Temple, One of the old Trinity Temple.
Our bali tour 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.
4. Tegenungan Waterfall
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.
5. Bali Coffee Plantation
Visit Temen village to explore a great plantation such as : Bali coffee, Tea and Spices.The village of the best producer of bali coffee and the village is also a producer of Luwak coffee, firstly the civet in this village were hunted by residents to make satay because they were considered pests, and after they learned from laboratory tests that the coffee from civet droppings was the best coffee and beneficial to the health of the body, the civet is now preserved in Bali.
6. Kintamani Volcano
Kintamani is said best view in Bali over a magnificent massive created with smoky of Gunung Batur and we served buffer Lunch at local restaurant.
7. Tirta Empul Temple / Holy Spring Temple
Holy Spring Temple which people believe this can cure various diseases. The holy spring which bubbles up in the inner courtyard of the Tirta Empul Temple in Tampaksiring is believed to have magic curative powers, and throngs of people visit the special bathing pools where clear coll water spouts from mossy walls. Legend has it that God Indra crated the spring, pierching the ground in search of holy water.
8. Tegalalang Rice Terrace
Proceed to Tegalalang rice field. 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.
9. Puri Saren Ubud
Finally stop at Ubud known for art and culture, King Palace of Puri Saren.
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 the 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.
- Morning : 08.30 am
- Duration : 9 Hours
Price included :
- 21% goverment tax and service charge,
- entrance fee at all tourist destinations,
- Meal ( Lunch ),
- english speaking driver or tour guide,
- private full AC car, and
- minimum 2 person.
What to Bring
- Modest cloth,
- money, and
Trip Schedule :
- Operated every day.