US$ 25/person (4 - 7 person)
US$ 30/person (3 person)
US$ 40/person (2 person)
US$30 (Adult), US$15 (Child) Includes:
Joined transfer from/to your hotel in air conditioned vehicle
All entrance fees
Lunch or dinner
US$60/car - Visit: Sangeh Monkey Forest, Ulun Danu Temple Beratan, Tamblingan Lake Trekking and/or Canoing (Full Day Tour)read more...
US$ 60/car - Visits: Traditional Market, Sangeh Monkey Forest, Ulun Danu Temple Beratan, Botanical Garden Trekking (Full Day Tour)read more...
US$39 (adult) US$20 (Child)
- AC Car transfer with driver
- Professional climbing guide
- Safety equipment
- Drinking water
- Fresh towel
Bedulu Village is an ancient village where Bedahulu or Bedulu Kingdom was. Bedahulu or Bedulu kingdom is an ancient kingdom on the island of Bali in 8th century until the 14th century, located at Bedulu, Gianyar, Bali.read more...
Tamblian Lake is a lake located on the north slope of Mount Mortar, Munduk Village area, District of Banjar, Buleleng, Bali, Indonesia. This lake is one of the three twin lakes that formed in a large caldera. To the east there is a row of Lake Buyan and Lake Beratan.read more...
Gunung Kawi Temple is located in the village of Tampaksiring not so far from Tampaksiring market. Before arriving to this object we must go down a lot of step stairways. The object itself is after the river of Pakerisan. Gunung Kawi is an ancient monument that was made on the 11th century. The ancient monument was carved on the wall of hard stone. It is believed as the burial of Erlangga King's younger brother whose name is Anak Wungsu. It is sometimes considered as the burial of King's Prime minister and by the local people is considered as priest house on that age.read more...
Cekingan is the name of the village where we can see the most beautifull scenery of rice terrace in Bali. Facing down to the rice terraces, you may enjoy the cold drink at a small warung. Just drive up 5 km from Ubud.read more...
Jatiluwih Rice Terrace approximately 20 km. from Tabanan, the road climbs up high into the hills to a small village named Jatiluwih at a height of 850 meters above the sea level. The view here is one of the finest imaginable - Bali's terraced paddie fields stretching in endless contours over hills and valleys as far as the eyes can see.
The village of Krambitan, southwest of Tabanan, was once an extension of the ruling Raja's court, and is still a cultural stronghold, with music groups maintaining ancient customs of music and dancing using bamboo instruments.