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Kintamani Volcano With Tanah Lot Sunset Dinner – Bali One Day Tour
Save your holiday time in one day to do our special offer, Featuring Balinese dance, landspace, volcano area in Bali and famous temple of TANAH LOT temple. Firstly stop at Batubulan village to see famous dance is Barong and Kris Dance as a symbol of good spirit and Rangda is a symbol of evil spirit. Continue to Celuk Village; gold and silver smith. Tohpati village; center of batik hand weaving. Batuan; home of painters and their house compund.
Tegenungan village; beauriful waterfall. Mas village; center of wood carving. Temen village to explore the plantation of Bali Coffee, tea cocoa, spices and many other. Kintamani for the awesome specatle of Mt. Batur. A sumptous buffer Lunch served in a local restaurant overlooks the volcano. Drive down passing byt Tegallalang as exotic rice terrace.
Continue the trip to Taman Ayun Temple, former Royal Temple and arguably one of the most beautiful on the island with 10 merus shrines. The last stop will be in Tanah Lot Temple, a magnificent temple perched gingerly on a huge rock resting just off the shore. Dinner will served in a local restaurant at Tanah Lot.
Kintamani Volcano With Tanah Lot Sunset Dinner
This village is the first on the route from Denpasar, and its name “moon stone” is indicative of the predominant craft in the village, that of the stone carving. The art of Batubulan can be seen all over the island in temples, shrines, at bridges, houses, and even in hotels, in soft stone sculpture and carvings, images of gods and demons, warrior-guards and even animals. The main road through the village itself is lined with workshops, and stone creatures of all sizes and shapes peep from the sidelines. The famous Barong and Kris Dance is also performed here, there are several different group perfoming daily, each at a different temple pavilion or banjar, from at 09.30 to 10.30 am. One of the bali tour package will visit this village.
Our daily bali tour package will visit Celuk village. The silver and goldsmiths of Celuk, long famed for thier delicate work, are in the midst of a great bustle of production, as orders for export of contemporary jewellery have more than quadrupled in the past few years. The skills of the Celuk artisans are such that they can move effortlessy from their traditional art of highly decorative filigree ornamentation to the streamlined geometrical shapes of today, creating contemporary pieces that are populer the world over. The cottage industry has spread troughh the entire village, far beyond the rows of ornate artshop buildings that front the main road, to the family compounds, where children work beside their elders, learning the skills of the art from a very young age.
TOHPATI VILLAGE BATIK PRODUCTS
The types of batik woven crafts and traditional writing in Tohpati village produce a variety of motifs, shapes and materials. Prices start at tens of thousands to millions of rupiah. Being a mandatory place to visit while on a tour in Bali, as a tourist shopping area provides a selection of souvenir items typical of Bali, available from women’s batik shirts, men’s shirts, nightgowns, fans, paintings, various bags, wallets and various other knick-knacks with batik motifs. The price offered is in accordance with quality, all high quality. Suitable for your own needs, gifts or special gifts for relatives, friends and other loved ones at home.
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.
TEMEN VILLAGE OF COFFEE PLANTATION
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, The benefits of civet coffee are: Improve stamina, Lower cholesterol, Improved sexually, etc. Civet coffee is sold a little expensive, in Bali Rp 50,000 per glass is sold and for per kilogram is around Rp 1,000 000. In addition to civet coffee in the village, it is also produced in traditional ways such as: Coffee ginseng, Bali copy, Coconut coffee, Etc.
The process of coffee in this village is still very traditional and guaranteed 100% without preservatives or other chemicals. We also enter the map on some of our tour schedules to look directly at this coffee garden and see the process, and introduce to you, in addition to seeing this beautiful coffee garden, you can also try all their home-made coffee for free. , if you want to try Luwak coffee you will be charged a fee of IDR 65,000 / cup.
KINTAMANI AND BATUR VOLCANO
This village will visit on our daily bali tour package and Kintamani Village is Batur Volcano and creater lake. 1500 meters high, the village of Kintamani has a cool, damp climate suited to growing oranges and passion fruite and on martket day, which falls every third day, the main street becomes a bustling chaos of vendors, some of whom have travelled from far away, carrying their wares on horseback.
Batur In 1926, during the violent eruption of Mt.Batur, the original village of Batur, at the sourthern foot of the mountain, was totally destroyed. The villagers, unharmed but homeless, moved up into the high ridge overlooking their original home, and began the task of rebuilding their temple, Pura Ulun Danu. Work on this temple is still underway, and they are creating one of the most impressive temples on the island. It’s strark meru towers stand out againts the backdrop of the smoking volcano.
TAMAN AYUN TEMPLE
The most splendid remainder from Mengwi’s former glory is indisputably the Pura Taman Ayun, about 2 miles east of Alas Kedaton. This is probably the largest exiting Balinese House Temple. Built in the middle of the 18th century by Mengwi’s greatest king, Cokorda Munggu. He moved the center of the kingdom from kapal to the village of Mengwi where he founded new palace, Puri Gede Mengwi, not far from Pura Taman Ayun. The temple is surrounded by wide moat. There is a grand jaba pura ( outer courtyard ) with a fine wantilan pavilion in the southeast; the lines in the floor mark out the rings and perimeters for cockfights. A split gate leads into the broad central courtyard from which you can admire the magnificent get to the inner courtyard (jeroan). The low walls of the jeroan are shaded by flowering trees that go down to the banks of the moat. Entery to the jeroan is not permitted, but can look over the walls at its fine old pavilions and the meru honoring the deities of the mountains Batu Karu Agung , Batur , and Pengelengan.
TANAH LOT TEMPLE
Carved out of the landscape by tides, wind, and rain, the huge offshore sentinel rock of Tanah Lot supports a small picturesque sea temple which can be reached by a scramble over the wet rocks. These are reputed to be several large caves just below the water line, at the base of the rock, which shelter large sea snake, who are the guardians of the temple.
Kintamani Volcano With Tanah Lot Sunset Dinner Tour Itinerary
Ubud VillageFirstly stop at Batubulan village to see famous dance is Barong and Kris Dance as a symbol of good spirit and Rangda is a symbol of evil spirit.
Celuk VillageContinue to Celuk Village gold and silver smith.
Tohpati VillageTohpati village center of batik hand weaving.
Batuan VillageBatuan home of painters and their house compund.
Tegenungan VillageTegenungan village; beautiful waterfall.
Mas VillageMas village; center of wood carving.
Temen VillageTemen village to explore the plantation of Bali Coffee, tea cocoa, spices and many other.
Kintamani VolcanoKintamani for the awesome specatle of Mt. Batur. A sumptous buffer Lunch served in a local restaurant overlooks the volcano. Drive down passing byt Tegallalang as exotic rice terrace.
Taman Ayun TempleContinue the trip to Taman Ayun Temple, former Royal Temple and arguably one of the most beautiful on the island with 10 merus shrines.
Tanah Lot TempleThe last stop will be in Tanah Lot Temple, a magnificent temple perched gingerly on a huge rock resting just off the shore. Dinner will served in a local restaurant at Tanah Lot.
- Morning : 08.30 am
- Duration : 9 Hours
Price included :
- 21% goverment tax and service charge,
- entrance fee at all tourist destinations,
- Meal ( Lunch and Dinner ),
- 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.