Starting at BATUBULAN, to see the famous traditional performance BARONG & KERIS DANCE. Then proceed to MAS, the silver & gold handicrafts center. UBUD, the Home of Top Painters. TAMPAKSIRING, the temple of TIRTA EMPUL which was built over than 1000 years ago. Holy hot spring can be seen around the temple. KINTAMANI, featuring Mt. Batur (an active volcano, and Lake Batur). The spectacular View & fresh atmosphere dominate it`s beauty. Lunch will be served at the local fine Restaurant. Set in the top Hill viewing the marvelous scenery of the ELEPHANT CAVES an 11th century holy shrine. On the way back, you may encounter many Stops Over. Late afternoon back to the hotel.
Starting at ALAS KEDATON, monkey forest inhabited by hundreds of protected monkey tribe. MENGWI, featuring Taman Ayun Temple, the royal Mengwi Dynasty temple. The next visit is BEDUGUL, a cool mountain Resort area. You may encounter the beautiful Lake Beratan with ULUN DANU TEMPLE, a lovely Hindu-Buddhist water shrine. The gorgeous panorama and fresh atmosphere will refresh your sight. Lunch will be served at the local fine restaurant overlooking the lake. The last Stop is TANAH LOT, an off sea shore temple built in the small promontory. The wave crash sound is believed could bring us a certain inspiration. You may take a picture of the beautiful sun set when the weather is clear. Late afternoon back to the hotel for a rest.
Starting at Nusa Dua area for the water sport activities, to enjoy the breathtaking parasailing, Jet Ski and many more, and then continue to Pandawa beach. Direct go to Uluwatu Temple, located on the southern tip of the peninsula, the ancient temple of Pura Luhur Uluwatu, perched precariously by the sea, and is populated by a friendly tribe of protected monkeys Tribe. This temple stands on a hundred meters of high cliff by overlooking the Indian Ocean and the beautiful sunset also can be seen there. There’s an additional charge if you would like to watch Kecak dance. Kecak is perhaps the most popular dance that Bali has to offer. The show is held in the late afternoon. The dance is played by thousands of men, forming a circle with the torch light in the middle, every time their hands up, they say, Cak…Cak…Cak... The story is derived from the epic of Ramayana. After witnessing the show, you can enjoy sea food dinner at Jimbaran Bay and feel the warmth of Jimbaran beach sand on your feet before we take you back to your hotel for a rest.