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Bali...., a wonderful and enchanting jewel of island in Indonesia, need no introduction..... artists and tourists have been visiting the island since 1920's. They heard of the fabulous attractions of the island by world of mouth and they come looking for beauty and peace of mind, enjoying its virgin palm-fingered beaches, green paddies and towering mountains.
Bali Tours and Travel would like to give you the opportunity of experiencing the wonders of this enchating island by selecting some of our specially designed programmes to halp you make the most of your visit to Bali. The chances are you will surrender complitely to the spell of this magical Island...... of Bali........


Featuring visits to Denpasar Museum with beautiful art treasures, the colorful local markets and Art's Centre, acombination between modern and traditional town. A time to explore the city..!!

A trip to Ubud visits the studios and galleries. En route see: Celuk (Gold and Silver); Mas (woodcarving, Batik factory); Batuan (Stone carving); and the museum of modern Balinese art. This day outing to experience hoe to shop in Bali, when you are negotiating the price. It is a real fun......!!!!

The most popular temple located on the spectacular rocky cliff, well known and photographed place in Bali. It is magnify, so much smoothly illuminated on day light of the sun dawn or profiled at dark. It is very touristy with the group visitors, especially in the sunset time, in here also we can find the wild monkey a long the cliff near the sacred holy temple.

Besakih is Bali's major temple build up on the slopes of the highest mountain of Mount Agung. It is most enjoyable during one of the frequent festivals, when hundreds of Hindu Balinese come to pry at this temple, gorgeously adorned with beautifully arranged offering. En route drive down the scenic east coast, with visits to Goa Lawah (Bat cave) and the old Court of Justice at Klungkung.

Dances are the major part of Balinese culture and the Barong and Kris dance which is performed every morning at Batubulan Village, is one of the best known and loved. The story is about the eternal fight between good and evil: the evil Rangda (a mythological monster) battling with the good Barong (a mythological lion). After the show, continue to Bedulu to see the elephant cave and the real highlight of the day "Kintamani", perched dramatically on top of the crater rim of Mount Batur Volcano, where you will have breathtaking views of the crater, lake, lava flows, and volcanic peaks. Enroute pass through many of Bali's famous handicraft villages such as Mas for woodcarving, beautiful Ubud for paintings, Celuk for intricate gold and silverware, or perhaps a batik factory for some lovely locally made fabric. Your return journey will take you off the beaten track past beautiful countryside, temples and terraced rice field. Highly recommended.

Your tour will take you west to the serene Royal Temple at Mengwi with its impressive architecture, moat and the monkey forest at Kedaton where giant 'bats' nestle in the tree tops. Your day culminates at the famous holy temple of Tanah Lot, perched dramatically on top of a large black lava rock some 200-m offshore. Sea snakes at the temple's base are believed to be the guardians of the temple from evil spirits and intruders!

Karangasem was partly destroyed by the eruption of Mount Agung in 1963. On the way, we will visit artisan' village (Celuk, Mas, and Ubud). We will continue to visit one of the best Besakih temple built up on slove of mount Agung at Karangasem Region then continued to drive and pass through the vast scenery of rice field and stop at local Restaurant for Lunch (on your own account). Then the trip continued passing the snake skin fruit farm, then Tirtagangga (the rest house with its bathing pool of the latest King of Karangasem), then visiting the Bali Age village of Tenganan with the uniqueness of the village layout and the hand woven activities of the Ikat cloth. Further stops will be at Goa Lawah Temple (bat cave) located along the coast and the salt refinery at Kusamba Village near to the cave and Klungkung with its Kertagosa (justice hall) before we will get back to the hotel......, don't miss this!

Your guide books will tell you that you can only begin to experience some of the real magic and beauty of Bali by travelling right into the heart of the island and seeing our lovely countryside. One your journey to the mountain resort of Bedugul, you will be amazed at the lush terraced rice field as you pass many coffee and clove plantations.
A stop is made at the exotic fruit and flower market in Candikuning and Ulundanu temple on the shores of Beratan Lake, and stop for fewing another two lakes from the crater rim. The real Bali..........! don't miss it!

Depart from hotel drive through the villages away from the main tourist attraction, first stop at Pelaga Village, where you will have a great chance to explore around 17 hectare of fruit, flower and vegetable organic farms and gardens in breathtaking natural surrounding to please every visitor. Enjoy your lunch at a beautiful restaurant overlooks green moun-tains, farms and plantation. After lunch proceed to climb the Penulisan Hill where the Penulisan Temple with its archeological remains dated back to early 11th century can be found...... A breathtaking views of crater, lake, lava flows and volcanic peaks of Mt. Batur, then drive down hill heading Penglipuran Village (one of the traditional village) located in the middle of Bamboo forest, then Kehen temple at Bangli Regent (on of the best temples in the island), which is historically built up dated back to 11th century to worship the God Brahma. Stop whenever you wish to stop !!!!!!

Depart from hotel and drive through Bedugul with stop at Fruit and Vegetable market at Candikuning Village, Lake Beratan with its beautiful Ulun Danu temple, then continued for a short and relax hike to visit the natural beauty of Gitgit Waterfall. Singaraja is the former capital city of Bali and Pabean is the previous major harbour during the Dutch colony. Next stop for an Indonesia buffet lunch will be at Restaurant located along the Lovina Beach (black sandy beach) on your own account. Drive back throught Pupuan a hilly land being cut into a vast scenery of terrace paddy field, it is a real natural beauty and best stops for picture shoot......!!

The Captivating Kecak, Trance and Fire dance are performed at sunset in the small village of Batubulan. The Kecak dance (or Monkey dance) tells a story from the Ramayana epicc (an epic folk tale that is very common in the Indian sub-continent and South East Asia), but without the usual gambelan orchestral accompaniment. Instead there is a 100 strong male 'choir' who chant, shout, sway and move about - it's very eerie and mesmerising. The next dance has the same kecak choir accompanying two beautiful small girls in a trance. The last performance is the fire dance, where an entranced man on a wooden 'horse' runs through hot ashes from burning coconut husks with bare feet, also accompanied by the kecak choir. Very spectaculer.....!

Morning depart from hotel proceed to Bongkasa Village and terrace rice fields with a fantastic view of beautiful mountain in the distance. Walking around the village will give you a deeper knowledge of Balinese way of life, relax and friendly villagers will welcome you.Elementary Scool students, public health service can also be seen (exc. Sunday and Holiday) in this village and continued to see the elaborate Balinese compound, where you will have a great chance to joint the Balinese ladies to prepare an offering, made of the young palm leaft, wave in such artistic way into what we call 'Banten' (OFFERING).Coffee and tea with typical Balinese cake will be served during the preparation of the offering (this is the way how host we the guest in Balinese tradition). The trip continued to visit the most famous Royal family temple in Mengwi district, then return back to the hotel.


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