1.800.000 IDR p.p
( minimum 2 people)
Leaves at 8.30 AM
* English speaking driver
* entrance fee
* 1X barbeque dinner
* 2N accommodation – twin shared
Country Side Tour
Kamasan is a traditional village where the Kamasan style of classical painting originated.
A number of artists have workshops and small showrooms with figures depicted in profile, like wayang kulit shadow puppets, also called "wayang" or "Kamasan",along the main street.
Sidemen was a base for Swiss ethnologist Urs Ramseyer, and is also a centre for traditional culture and arts, particularly songket, a cloth woven with threads of silver and gold.
It has a marvelous scenery and an attractive rural character.
Includes a collection of pre–Hindu artifacts, including stone sarcophagus from the time before cremations were practiced on Bali.
Here you´ll find a lot of sarcophagi. The burial system suggests the existence of a stratified society, people buried in sarcophagi probably being of higher status.
This museum devoted to Balinese antiquities is on the right hand side of the main road about a mile north of Bedulu.
Well–housed but poorly displayed are many fragments from Bali´s last 400,000 years of human endeavor. The collection ranges from simple platonic stone tools and blades, through the pre–Hindu Buddhism and beyond.
Of special interest are large Bronze Age sarcophagi that have been excavated from many locations on the island. Each of these would usually contain a single dead person, along with his or her jewelry, a pig or dog, and miniature symbolic bronze tools.
They come in almost as great a variety of shapes and sizes as there have been samples found (about sixty to date).
Many have knobs, probably to tie the two halves together, some carved into human or turtle–like heads.
One of the most conservative villages of the Bali Age "original Balinese". This is a walled village. Within the bastions, all living compounds are identical in plan and are arranged in rows on either side of the wide, stone–paved lines which run the length of the village.
The people of Tenganan claim to have come originally from Bedahulu. The legend of how they acquired the land dates from the 14th century. The mighty king Dalem Bedahulu lost his favorite horse and sent the villagers of his kingdom in all directions in search of it.
Tenganan is also well known for its Geringsing cloth or double ikat. Through an intricate process of weaving and dyeing, known only here, a single cloth takes five years to complete.
Tenganan has many interesting traditions such as ritual and art tradition especially Mekare–kare or Perang Pandan (the fight of Pandanus leaves) which takes place only once a year during a festival called Usaba Sambah, tradition of preserving and maintaining the environment, burial tradition, etc.
Taman Ujung ( Ujung Water Palace )
Located at the southern east of Amlapura city. This garden is known as "water palace" . It was built by the King of Karangasem called "A.A Gde Djelantik" in the year 1901. This garden was famous in the world because a lot of its photos are collected and publicized at Holland. This garden has been destroyed by the Agung´s eruption for several months, so that a lot of tourists were disappointed
Some government officers including a Dutch queen named Wilhelmina used to be received on this place by the King of Karangasem. Taman ujung was built in a fusion architecturally of Bali and Dutch. Ujung´s traditional open palace was accumulated on the green valley with backdrop of Bibis Mountain view, Lempuyang mountain in the north and Ujung beach in the south.
Taman Ujung was destroyed by the explosion of mount Agung in the year 1963, and earthquake in 1976.
Tirta means blessed water, Gangga comes from Gangges, the holy river in India. The holy water is required for ceremonies of the temples in the surrounding as far as Tirtagangga can be reached by foot.
The area of the water gardens is about 1,2 ha, consisting of three levels of ground stretching from east to west. On the highest northern level there are the spring under the Banyan tree, the upper swimming pool and two decorative ponds, one of which contains four fountains reminiscent of Versailles.
The first thing one sees when entering the garden is the elegant eleven–tiered fountain which rises from the middle of the complex. This fountain together with the two large ponds form the middle level.
The larger lowest level, on the left side of the straight foot part running from the entrance to the west, is occupied by the big fish pond with a long Holy Water. The water from one of the natural springs of Tirtagangga has always been regarded as holy. It is used for religious ceremonies in the temples in the area until today.
The remainder goes into the upper swimming pool through an underground pipe and through the mouth of stone raksasa ( demon ). The overflow of water goes into the lower swimming pool, the other ponds and finally to the rice fields.
A small village in northern–east coastal line of Bali island, it has a quiet beach resort that has grown up around the fresh water spring.
Its has a big water spring coming out from the bottom of a swimming pool, and the spring is widely believed by locals to originate from lake Beratan.
Meduwe Karang Temple
This temple is dedicated to Batara Meduwe Karang ( the lord possessing the ground ), it´s ensures divine protection for crops grown on dry land, such as coconuts, maize and ground nuts. It´s built on spectacular scale, with well–maintained grounds and frangipani tree galore. The terraces at the front support 34
figures from the Ramayana story, and the centerpiece shows the giant kumbakarna in violent battle with hordes of monkeys from Sugriwa´s army.
Inside, the central court is decorated with carvings of Balinese folk, including elderly people and mothers with babies and toddlers
Pura Beji of Sangsit is unusual in an area where every other temple is built of grey volcanic paras.
Dedicated to Dewi Sri, the rice goddess, it´s justly famous for the sheer exuberance of its carvings.
The Candi Bentar and the inner Paduraksa drip with animals, plants and monsters, and both courtyards are decorated with mask carvings.
Gedung Kertya library museum
The only library of lontar manuscripts in the world. These are ancient and sacred texts inscribed on specially prepared leaves from lontar palm. It contains over three thousand texts on religion, customs, philosophy, Folklore, Medicine, Astrology and black magic, written in Balinese, old Javanese and Indonesian.
The museum was established by L J J Caron, the resident Dutch in Bali and opened in1928 , the establishment of museum for scholar or literature interest visitors.
The museum is open from Monday– Thursday at 07:00–14:30, for Friday and Saturday open at 07:00–13:00. Most of the manuscripts are kept on metal and wooden boxes, Visitors can also see inscribed bronze flats from the 10 century which are amongst the oldest written records found in Bali.
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.
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.
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.
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 Island