Here are 10 places (tourist objects) visited the most by travelers to Bali.read more...
Ogoh-ogoh are big statues (5 - 7 meters high) built from styrofoam of bambu weaving for the Ngrupuk parade, which takes place on the eve of Nyepi day (Balinese New Year) in Bali, Indonesia. Ogoh-ogoh normally have form of mythological beings, mostly demons. As with many creative endeavours based on Balinese Hinduism, the creation of Ogoh-ogoh represents evil spirit which is neutralized while ogoh-ogoh are being burnt or destroyed.read more...
Old Bali Pictures were published for the first time by Gregor Krause , a doctor from Germany . His photographs were taken between the years 1914-1921 . When he was looking at the picture's albums , the Europeans who accustom to seeing women covered padded clothes, imagine that the Bali island is a paradise island . Because women were topless without shame.read more...
8 - 10 hours = US$45 - 65/Car (max 7 pax)read more...
US$35/person - Tour Includes:
Pick up and return to your hotel by A/C car.
Mountain Bike and safety helmet use.
Breakfast (overlooking an active volcano) and lunch (a real Balinese feast, often described by guests as the best meal they have eaten in Bali).
Ample water and fruits on tour.
Entrance fees and wet weather gear (if needed).
Cold face towels after your ride.
All the beautiful scenery you wouldn't normally see.
An in depth explanation of the culture from our experienced guides.
Transport US$35 (1 person), US$20 (minimum 2 person)read more...
US$30 (Adult), US$15 (Child) Includes:
Joined transfer from/to your hotel in air conditioned vehicle
All entrance fees
Lunch or dinner
US$39 (adult) US$20 (Child)
- AC Car transfer with driver
- Professional climbing guide
- Safety equipment
- Drinking water
- Fresh towel
Full use of pontoon
Refreshment (Mineral Water)
Use of standard facilities
30 minutes dive
Bali Arts Festival - Pesta Kesenian Bali (PKB) is an annual event of the Bali Government program, which is used as a place of activities and creativity of the artists in the effort of supporting the government programs in terms of excavation, preservation and development of great values of Balinese art and culture.read more...
A visit to a local market always provides a fascinating insight into the culture of the "Real Bali." Below are a number of traditional markets in Bali arearead more...
Dreamland Beach (now known as New Kuta Beach) is a beach located on the Bukit peninsula, on the island of Bali, Indonesia.
The beach provides basic accommodation and cafes for surfers and day-trippers. It is also renowned for its dangerous shorebreak.
It is the site of the failed Pecatu Graha development, planned by Tommy Suharto, the youngest son of the former president Suharto.
As of 2008 this is an active building site with all the previous Warongs having been levelled for a hotel complex.
Many kind of Watersports can be experience here. Located in the Benoa Beach, south of Bali, just 20 minutes from Denpasar Airport. The sites are also serve any kind of food and drink.read more...
The island of Bali, Indonesia has number one of coffee plantations. The Dutch colony introduced the coffee bean to the island and exported it worldwide.read more...
Bajra Sandhi Monument is monument of Balinese People Struggle . This Monument is recognized by the name of Bajra Sandhi because it's form is looking like Bajra or Genta or bell used by all Hindu Priest in reading off Weda holy sentence (mantra) at religious ceremony. This monument is built in the year 1987 and it is opened by president of Megawati Sukarno Putri on 14 June 2003. The purpose of this monument is to immortalize the soul and spirit of Balinese People struggle, at one blow dig, looking after, developing and also preserve the culture of Bali to be bequeathed to a router generation as advancing capital stroke tread a world of loaded progressively with the challenge and resistance.read more...
West Bali National Park
Much of Bali natural landscape has been altered by the hand of man. Dense tropical forests that once covered the island have mostly now been cleared and the land molded into spectacular rice terraces and sprawling village settlements. But on the western most tip of the island, extensive montane forests. coastal swamps and marine waters have barely been disturbed by human presence. Today these areas comprise the Bali Barat (West Bali) National Park, officially gazetted in 1984 as one of ten national parks in Indonesia.
Museum Bali located on the eastern side of Puputan Square Museum. Erected in 1932 by the Dutch, and with the subsequent assistance of Walter Spies, it attempts to present a historical account of Balinese culture within an architectural framework.read more...
The Werdhi Budaya Art Center was built in 1973 to the design of the prominent Balinese architect, Ida Bagus Tugur as a showplace for Bali's performing and fine arts. Strategically situated on Jalan Nusa lndah, Abian Kapas, Denpasar, the art center has three art galleries including one permanent art collection and several outdoor stages and performance pavilions including the huge open stage and arena, Ardha Chandra. Seminar and exhibition halls are often utilized by local artists and groups from dance drama and music school STSI. Since 1979, a tradition of a Festival of the Arts has been instigated as an annual fixture. This takes place each June-July, with a comprehensive program of gamelan and dance performances, competitions of traditional Balinese skill, and giant productions of the Ramayana and Mahabrata ballets, lasting about 4 weeks in all. Open everyday (08.00 - 16.00) except on official holidays.read more...
Pulaki Temple lies some 30 km past Seririt on the coast, Pura Pulaki is located in unusual terrain - a rock-face rises perpendicularly on the left-hand side of the road while the glimering Ocean laps the right-hand side. Pulaki, the home of monkeys who have a reputation for snatching bags and cameras, has recently undergone restoration and extension. The temple has a fascinating history that is linked to to the legendary personage of Nirartha a Javanese priest who migrated to Bali in the 16th century. It is told that prior to his arrival a village of 8000 people existed here. When Nirartha visited, the village leader requested a boon that Nirartha granted: the entire village was to be given supernatural knowledge that would enable it to attain an immaterial state.read more...
Makam Jayaprana located at Teluk Terima, a short distance down the road. The gravesite of Jayaprana with very beautiful sea view and many local people visiting it. According to Balinese legend, Jayaprana was an orphan who was raised by the ruler of Kalianget village. As an adult he married the lovely Nyoman Layonsari from the neighboring village of Banjar. However, the ruler himself became enamoured of Javapranas bride and schemed to kill Jayaprana to have her for himself. He dispatched Jayaprana with an army to contain a band of pirates who he said had arrived in northwestern Bali. On arrival at Teluk Terima the rulers minister killed and buried Jayaprana. When the ruler asked Layonsari to marry him, however, she chose to remain faithful to her husband and committed suicide.read more...
Banjar Hot Spring located From Temukus it is 3 kms to the twin villages of Dencarik and Banjar. Pass through Dencarik tu the neighboring village of Banjar Tegeha, home of the splendid Buddhist Brahma Arama Vihara. This wihara is the residence of Bali only Buddhist monk and it plays a central role in Buddhist religious life and education. Opened in 1971, it replaces another founded in Banjar in 1958. It combines architectural and iconographic elements found throughout the Buddhist world. Quiet, cool, and set high in the hills, it commands a view down to the ocean. For 10 days each April and September the wihara is closed to the public while people from around the world assemble here to practice meditation. Visitors are requested to dress in a respectful manner, to speak softly, and to remove their shoes before entering.read more...
Tirta Gangga just North of Karangasem on the slopes leading up to Mount Agung is Tirta Gangga, a water playground designed by a prince in the Royal Family of Karangasem as a resting place. The exotic pools and water fountains sustained some damage during the eruptions of Mt. Agung but the water gardens remain as serene and tempting as ever to the travel weary.read more...