1.250.000 IDR p.p
( minimum 2 people)
Leaves at 8.30 AM

Includes:
* English speaking driver
* entrance fee
* 1X barbeque dinner
* 1N accommodation – twin shared

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Day 1
Taman Ayun Temple
Pura taman ayun is a beautifully appointed temple, with its own surrounding moat, in the village of Mengwi, 18 km from Denpasar.

The history of this temple is closely associated with the beginning of the Raja Dom of Mengwi, in 1627. It was built in 1634, at the time at the rule of the first Raja of Mengwi. I Gusti Agung Ngurah Made Agung, who letter become known as Ida Cokorda Sakti Belambangan.

In the innermost sanctum, the shrines of 11, 9,7,5,3 roofs, it dedicated to various of the main temple on the island.

These shrines were built by the Raja to ensure that his Kingdom and people would be able to share in the prosperity and fertility of the nation, and also to enable all the people at Mengwi, to conduct the religious ceremonies at the temple, such as "meajar–ajar", Memendak Sang Pitara and also to request holy water to protect the rice fields from pestilence, etc.

Upacara piodalan (anniversary temple ceremony) fall every Selasa Kliwon, Wuku Wedangsia, in every 210 days/ every 6 month Balinese calendar
Day 1
Alas Kedaton
Alas Kedaton is the second well–known monkey forest after Sangeh. In this area, there are lots of fruit bats that have found refuge in the trees. The temple and forest are bouncing with tame monkeys.
Day 1
Ulun Danu Beratan Temple
This temple is located on the shore beside of the lake Beratan, it about 61 km to the north of Denpasar. Its surrounding by little mountains whose tops are named Puncak Mangu. Across the lake to the south and facing the temple is Teratai Bang Mountain, in the west are two mountains named Mount Batukaru and Mount Tapak.

This temple is an original Subak temple (farmer´s society temple) it´s dedicated to the goddess of the lake "Dewi danu". The temple was build around 1633 AD. the complex of the temple consists of 4 different temple compounds :

The temple of Lingga Petak, a single shrine of three roofs dedicated to Lord Ciwa ( Shiva ). When the temple was restored, the builder found a big white stone which is flanked by two smaller stones one is red and another one is black. The dominance of white stone in relation to the other stones is resembled a lingga ( phallic, symbol of Ciwa ) therefore this shrine is called Lingga petak or Ulun Danu. It represents the reproductive power of Ciwa as the God of fertility.

The related temple of Puncak Mangu has a single shrine of eleven roofs dedicated to Lord Wisnu in his manifestation as the Goddess of the Lake Dewi Danu.

The related temple of teratai Bang, quite a big temple has many shrines, one of the shrines with seven roofs is dedicated to Lord Brahma.

The temple of Dalem purwa / suci is dedicated to Dewi Uma Bhogawati the Goddess of food and drink.
Day 1
Git Git Watefall
Located 10 km south of the city of Singaraja, the water falls are 700 m from the main road or parking area.

Following down steps of concrete path, line souvenir stalls along the path. Git git water fall has a 40 m single drop, Along the path leading to the object you will see paddy fields ,clove, coffee and other plantations.
Day 2
Lovina
Lovina stretches along 8km of black–sand beach, the largest resort in Bali. Beginning 6km west of Singaraja, the resort encompasses six villages: from east to west, Pemaron, Tukad Mungga, Anturan, Kalibukbuk, Kaliasem and Temukus.

Kalibukbuk is generally accepted as the centre of Lovina and has several roads, including one about 1500m–east known as Banyualit, leading down to the coast from the main through–route.

It´s in Kalibukbuk that you´ll find most tourist facilities, the greatest concentration of accommodation and restaurants, and the little nightlife there is in resort.
Day 2
Buddhist Monastery
The monastery(Brahma Vihara Arama) was built in 1970 by locals financing by Indonesian and also aids of Thailand government, and its consecrated in 1972 . It has been damaged by earthquake in 1976 . The new stupa has been repaired and is decorated with splendidly colorful confection.

The temple complex enjoys a wonderful hillside setting such as brilliant orange tile roof stand over an entrance gate guarded by fine two naga, with bell tower in the corner of middle courtyard, Every steps up to the temple has Buddha wisdom also around the walls.

A lower temple with a gold Buddha is from Thailand as a centerpiece, carved stone plaques showing scene from Buddha´s life on all the main temple, and colorful Buddhist to the left of the top temple. Further up you´ll see the founder of the temple next to it is several big stupas , in this part is the most interesting of the monastery, and magnet for pilgrimages.
Day 2
Banjar Hot Spring
The hot spring comes from hillside that flows down to fill the pool .

The pool consists of three pool compartments; eight nagas spouting water from their mouths into the smaller, hotter upper pool, then descends through another five nagas into the larger pool. The water has a light sulfur smell, silky, slimy, and soft and this place is really an absolute Spa healer.
Day 2
Pupuan
Pupuan road climbs steeply up from the coast providing fine views back down to the sea.

The route runs through spice–growing country such as clove plantations, coffee plantations and many others.

A long the road through some of Bali´s most beautiful rice terraces.
Day 2
Tanah Lot Temple
This temple is located at southern coast of Bali Island, Kediri district, Tabanan regency.

The history of this temple is closely related to Dandhyang Nirartha´s pilgrimage to Bali Island, here he spent the night while teaching the Religion, Morality to the local people who came to him.

After he left, the local people built a temple on a small island in around 1489 M which was used as a place for worshiping the supreme Godhead to asked prosperity and welfare.

This temple/Kahyangan named "Pura pakendungan" which is now known as "Tanah Lot".

This is one of the main tourist objects to see the best sunset on the Islan