Honeymoon / Romantic
Upon arrival at Ngurah Rai International Airport (Denpasar International Airport), you will be greeted by our representative who will assist you with your transfer to the hotel.
After that we will take you to Pura Luhur Uluwatu or Uluwatu Temple is a famous Balinese sea temple in Bali.
It is one of six key temples believed to be Bali's spiritual pillars, is renowned for its magnificent location, perched on top of a steep cliff approximately 70 metres above sea level.
This is definitely one of the top places on the island to go to for sunset delights, with direct views overlooking the beautiful Indian Ocean.
Uluwatu temple has particular religious significance: Dhang Hyang Dwijendra, a pilgrim who founded the current form of Hindu-Dharma in the 15th century.
A small forest lies at the front and hundreds of monkeys dwell here. They are believed to guard the temple from bad influences.
The serpentine pathway to the temple is fortified by concrete walls on the cliff side. It takes about an hour to get from one end to another as there are several fenced points along the way to stop.
The views from the bottom of the water surging up against rocks and the ocean horizon are remarkable.
While you here you also have opportunity to watch the most famous dance in Bali, called Kecak Dance.
The Kecak dance is unique in that it has no other musical background or accompaniment besides the chanting of male dancers, intoning a “keh-chack” polyrhythmic choir during most of the performance.
Kecak’s storyline is taken from the Ramayana Hindu epic and it’s often on the entertainment schedule of almost every Balinese arts and culture venue.
At the end of the day head to Jimbaran Bay are on Bali's southwestern coast. The beach is part of the narrow isthmus connecting the Bali mainland and the Bukit Peninsula.
Is the time for you to enjoy unforgettable dinner experience by the white-sandy beach.
Relish a selection of freshly barbecued seafood dishes, including fish, squids, prawns, and mussels, before heading back to your hotel.
Pick up time 09.00 AM | Duration 11 hours
Begin your day with a delectable morning breakfast at the hotel. Day 2 is fully dedicated to sightseeing of Bali's most famous UNESCO World Heritage Sites, and photogenic sites that you always see on Instagram!.
Along the way, stops are made at Taman Ayun, which is the Royal Temple of Mengwi Kingdom.
This temple complex boasts magnificent traditional architectural features throughout its courtyards and enclosures as well as expansive garden landscapes comprised of lotus and fish ponds.
The temple was built circa 1634 by the then ruler of the Mengwi kingdom, Tjokerda Sakti Blambangan, with Chinese architectural inspirations, and declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2012.
Towering tiers from the temple shrines make up most of the profile of Taman Ayun and are a gesture of the people of Mengwi’s reverence to their deified noble ancestors, for the temple complex is considered the ‘mother temple’ of Mengwi.
Next, journey through the Balinese countryside to Bedugul highland, and stop at the iconic temple of Pura Ulun Danu Bratan which sitting on a small island on the lake., just as you always see in the postcards and on Instagram!.
Pura Ulun Danu was built in adoration of the Goddess Danu. Danu, in the Balinese tongue, means lake, while the goddess Danu is queen of water, lakes and rivers.
The temple complex consists of four sacred buildings. Linga Pura stands three levels high, and is a place of worship to the god Shiva.
The style of the building follows the Trimurti belief; three holy colors to represent the three gods: Shiva, Brahma and Vishnu.
The area surrounding the temple is believed to have been a site of worship and center for religious rituals since the megalithic period.
To the left of the temple lies a sarcophagus as well as a stone slate that are dated to around 500 BC. The existence of the temple itself is has been recorded as early as 1556.
You will then visit the iconic Handara Gate, well known as the pathway to serenity. It is a popular landmark for tourists who seek for one of Bali’s top Instagrammable locations to have some iconic picture for your social media.
Take a wonderful picture in front of Handara Gate with the breathtaking view of green scenery and the gigantic-exotic traditional Balinese gate as your backdrop.
Then pamper your eyes with the amazing green surrounding, beautiful scenery and the amazing background of smoky green hills between the gates that creates a perfect picture for your trip.
Continue trip to Gobleg Hill known as Wanagiri Hidden Hills, a popular photo hotspot among tourists and photographers.
Wanagiri Hidden Hill is punctuated by a series of whimsical vantage points over Lake Tambingan and Lake Buyan.
There’s a human-sized bird’s nest, an Indonesian interpretation of the Eiffel Tower and a giant swing overlooking the water below. So you’ll be sure to get plenty of good photos for Instagram.
After that we will take you go to local restaurant that located on the side of Mount Batukaru, overlooking the Jatiluwih Rice Terraces.
The Jatiluwih Rice Terraces is over 600 hectares of impressive rice fields following the flowing hillside topography of the Batukaru mountain range.
The best example of Bali's outstanding picturesque rice fields and represent the Subak system as Bali's Cultural Landscape which has been inscribed a UNESCO's World Heritage Site in June 2012.
These are well-maintained by a traditional water management cooperative dating back to the 9th century! Jatiluwih means something as “real beauty” in local language.
Driving the winding road to Jatiluwih, and you’ll see the beautiful panoramas and little villages with the real, everyday life in Bali.
At the end of the day head to Pura Tanah Lot, is located in the southern part of Bali, North West of popular southern destinations like Kuta and Seminyak.
It is vastly known as a destination for epic photography. This cultural icon is among the seven sea temples located in the coast of Bali and has been contained in Balinese mythology for centuries.
The temple is located just offshore in the south west of Bali on a rock which gets surrounded by the sea during high tide.
Enjoy the breathtaking views, watch the sun melt over the horizon, and snap a few priceless photos before you are conveniently returned to your hotel.
Pick up time 08.30 AM | Duration 11 hours
After a hearty breakfast at the hotel, head out for your day long excursion. As part of the Bali Tour Package 4 Days 3 Nights, you get to enjoy Barong and Keris dance today, in Batubalan village.
Shows are locally managed locally; dances performed by villagers, and live gamelan orchestra accompanies the full length of the show.
The Barong, a benevolent spirit in beast form must protect a kingdom against the vengeful wrath of the widow and witch queen, Rangda.
Two male dancers work out the movements of the heavily ornate Barong costume, much in resemblance of the Chinese lion dance, while supporting dancers portray monkeys, priests and village men.
The story telling dance, narrating the fight between good and evil. This dance is the classic example of Balinese way of acting out mythology, resulting in myth and history being blended into one reality.
After the show we will take to Tohpati is widely known as the center of handmade Balinese batik with various colors and shapes.
Batik is an Indonesian dyeing technique in which portions of a textile are covered in wax before the fabric is dyed.
The wax blocks the dye where it's applied, but the dye is absorbed by those sections that aren't covered.
The female artisans in Tohpati demonstrate the level of detail that goes into the weaving, waxing and painting steps involved in creating batik.
Next, to Celuk is known as the “silver village” for its jewelry production. Artisans here create silver and gold jewelry and handicrafts in their homes and workshops as they have for centuries.
Some of Celuk’s artisan families have been crafting silver for many generations, perfecting traditional styles.
Hand-beaten silver trays and dishes are distinctive and beautiful, as are elaborate pieces of jewelry designed for Balinese rituals.
Continue trip to Mas Village is a village of art with a focus on carving of wood sculptures.
It is situated in Ubud District and Gianyar Regency has a distinctive style in the art carving of wood sculptures that promotes characteristic synergy of humanism and naturalism.
The fame of this village as a village of art has been recognized nationally and internationally which can not be separated from the greatness name of some maestros who born, growth and find their identities and spirit of art in Mas Village like the famous artist, Ida bagus Tilem (deceased) and others.
Visitors to Mas Village will find a style of woodcarving characterized by a synergy between humanism and naturalism.
Balinese masks, as well as carvings inspired by Buddhist and Hindu mythologies, are among the more popular items.
Even if you don’t plan to buy, it’s worth visiting Mas Village to watch the masters at work and to see some of the large and very impressive carvings.
Head next to Tegenungan Waterfall is one of the most famous in Bali which located just about 10 kilometers outside Ubud.
The waterfall foams in a white cascade over black stone cliffs into a quiet pool. At around 66 feet (20 meters) high, it’s an impressive flow, and that’s not all the site has to offer.
Here you can pose for photos or even take a dip in the clean, freshwater pool constantly supplied by the gushing fall.
Next, your driver takes you into the highlands of Kintamani, to see the the Lake and Mount Batur.
Mount Batur is an active volcano in the Kintamani region, which is about 1717m above sea level.
The lake in the smaller crater is called the Lake Batur, which happens to be the largest lake in Indonesia and is shaped like a crescent.
Take in the scenic vistas of this place here and enjoy the cool weather of this place owed to the height of the mountain.
Marvel at the view Mount Batur an active volcano with its ribbons of black lava running down its peak to the valley below. Then enjoy lunch in a restaurant providing wonderful views.
After lunch we will take you to a local coffee and spice plantation in the afternoon. Stroll past fragrant coffee, vanilla, fruits, spices, and clove plantations.
Taste some of the legendary coffee made using coffee cherries part digested by palm civets.
Continue with a visit to Tegalalang Rice Terraces as one Bali’s most famous tourist attractions.
Located north of Ubud at 600m above sea level the air is cool, however down in the valley it gets really hot and humid.
From the top of the road, you get stunning panoramic views of the terraces, which is an irrigation system called Subak dating back to the 8th century.
Meet local farmers planting and harvesting and then learn about Subak, a traditional and ecologically sustainable irrigation system that combines the realms of spirits, humans, and nature.
At the end of the day head to Puri Saren Agung or Ubud Palace. The palace is very beautiful with artistic traditional building and contains the high aesthetics value.
The dynamics of creative arts and a rich culture creates the perfect getaway to experience a different side of Bali in addition to the natural attractions on the island.
Then cross the road to Ubud Traditional Art Market, is the best art market in Bali, where you can find beautiful silk scarves, lightweight shirts, handmade woven bags, baskets or hats; statues, kites and many other hand-crafted goods.
Spend some time checking out the crafts and pieces on offer and browse for souvenirs from local artists, before heading back to your hotel.
This morning after breakfast, you will be transferred to the airport for your onward flight home.