We will pick up in a little bit different time depend on your hotel location.
If you are staying at Nusadua area, we will pick you up in time range
of 07.15 - 07.30 am; Kuta at 07.30 - 07.45; and for Sanur and Ubud at
07.45 - 08.00.
Situated on the southernmost coast of Bali, the Pura Luhur Uluwatu is
one of the most legendary holiest temples in Bali. Originally the temple
was built in the tenth century under direction of Dang Hyang Nirartha, a
Hindu priest from East Java.
Besakih Temple is located on the village of Besakih at the foot of Mount
Agung in Karangasem Regency, Bali. It's unclear, but it seems the name of
Besakih as a village (not as a temple) is derived from the name of the greatest
and holy temple in Bali.
Singaraja is the capital and chief port of the Buleleng Regency, which
stretches along the whole northern coast in Bali. The Raja Panji Sakti built
a palace called Singaraja, (which literally translate as 'lion king'
), in 1604, and the name remains.
For years Ubud has earned a reputation as a centre of the art. It seems
this place stored unlimited potency of art. This is the home for most important
and famous artists from Bali, Indonesia even from other countries in the
This 58 kms distance from Denpasar City will greeting you with its nice
view set up by mountains range, valley, caldera, lake Batur and familiar
and hospitality citizen. That is Panelokan, the first village you will find
before reaching the center part of Kintamani district.
Located in the east part of Bali, Tenganan village is just about 4 kms
to the north of Candidasa, the prime tourism resort area in Karangasem regency.
This village is surrounded by a range of hills and a well-maintaned forest.
Actually Kintamani village is a village located at the edge of a mountain caldera. Many years ago, a big- high mount erupted and make a big caldera which know as Lake Batur now a days. You can imagine how big the caldera should be.
Afternoon tours to Sangeh and Mengwi very often proceed to the spectacular
sea temple of Tanah Lot in time to witness the sun set behind the huge offshore
promontory. Here homage is paid by Ballinese Hindus to the guardian spirits
of the sea.