05-days Bali regular package Indonesia Travel
Not only possessing turquoise sea and dreamy beaches, Bali Island (Indonesia) also attracts tourists by its long history and unique culture. Getting in Bali, tourists will certainly find interesting in attending unique local religious festivals and visiting majestic sacred temples.
It is no surprise that more than 80% of tourists coming to Bali annually are foreigners, and many of them even choose Bali as the only destination in the country's more than 17,000 islands. Bali is known as the island of temples: temples amid mountains, temples amid ocean and temples amid gardens. The most important temple on Bali Island is Besakir temple, which is also called Mother Temple. This temple lies next to Gunung Agung Mount, the highest mountain on Bali Island at the altitude of 3,142 m. Other notable temples on Bali Island are Tanah Lot turn, Taman Ayun, Ulu Watu and Ulun Danu.
Day 1 : Transfer in - GWK -ULUWATU ( D )
Arrive in Bali then travel to the southernmost point of Bali to Pura Luhur in Uluwatu which is 250 feet above sea level.
The view is breathtaking and refreshing. Then continue to visit Giant statue of Garuda Wisnu Kencana or GWK.Dinner at local rest before check in to hotel. Note : Shorts and bare shoulders are not allowed in temples.
Day 2: BARONG - CELUK MAS - UBUD - KINTAMANI - TAMPAK SIRING - GOA GAJAH ( B, L, D )
This is the most popular tour of Bali. This is a full day tour that takes you to the famous villages of Celuk (famous for its gold and silver smiths), Mas (village of woodcarvers) and Ubud (home of Bali’s famous artists). Your tour will begin with a Barong Dance and Keris Dance performances. It is a sacred dance representing the eternal fight between good and evil. Also included in this tour are visits to the Elephant Cave and Tampaksiring Holy Spring Temple. Lunch will be in Kintamani where you can enjoy the spectacular view of the still active volcano and Lake Batur.
Dinner with lobster will provide at Café Jimbaran beach before back to hotel.Note : Light, cotton and casual clothes, practical for Bali’s weather. Shorts and bare shoulders are not allowed in temples
Day 3 : TAMAN AYUN - ULUNDANU - ALAS KEDATON - TANAH LOT ( B, L, D )
Visit the Royal Temple of Taman Ayun, then continue on to Bedugul – a small lakeside village over-looking Lake Bratan.
While you are in the area you will also visit the Ulun Danu Temple in the town of Candi Kuning, a Muslim town a few kilometers north of Bedugul.
This lakeside temple is a Hindu/Buddhist temple dedicated to Dewi Danau, the goddess of water. The gardens are beautifully landscaped with an abundance of colorful flowers. Because of the climate of, the area surrounding Bedugul is particularly suitable for growing all types of produce. Many flowers are cultivated here and the Bedugul market is renowned for its variety of fresh fruits and vegetables. The market is also famous for potted plants, particularly orchids. Lunch will be in Bedugul. After that you will take to Goa Gajah or elephant cave.
Goa Gajah is a significant Hindu archaeological site. Goa Gajah is locally known as the Elephant Cave because of its close proximity to the Elephant River.
A mysterious cave, relics, and ancient bathing pools set amid green rice paddies and a garden lure tourists from nearby Ubud.
The menacing entrance to Goa Gajah looks like a demonic mouth, suggesting that people are entering an underworld as they venture inside through the darkness.
Some claim that the entrance represents the Hindu earth god Bhoma while others say the mouth belongs to the child-eating witch Rangda from Balinese mythology.after that proceed to the best known and most photographed temple in Bali, Tanah Lot. Tanah means earth, and Lot means sea. The temple symbolizes the meeting point of natural and cosmic elements. Tanah Lot is also famous for its magnificent sunsets.
Note : Proper dress is required; knees must be covered by both men and women. Sarongs are available on loan at the entrance of the site.
Day 4 : KERTAGOSA, BESAKIH, TENGANAN, GOA LAWAH ( B, L, D )
Fullday tour visiting The Hall of Justice “Kerta Gosa”, then visiting Besakih the biggest Hindu temple in Bali which the local people call Pura Besakih, its most famous name “Mother Temple of Bali”. After lunch, proceed to Tenganan Village, unlike other Balinese villages, one of the original village of Bali Island. Tenganan traces its origins and its social institutions back to a written source - a holy book known as the Usana Bali (a chronicle of Bali). And last destination to Bat Cave (Goa Lawah) at Kusamba Beach. There is a nature cave dwelt by thousands of tail bat located at north side from Jeroan/center of Goa Lawah Temple. Meanwhile the main road from Klungkung to Amlapura is just in front of the temple. This cave is apposite to the beautiful beach with black sand along the coastal area.
Lunch will be providing around Bukit Jambul and dinner will be serving at local restaurant before back to the hotel.
Day 5 : Free shopping kuta area, Transfer OUT ( B, L )
Free shopping at kuta centro mall then having lunch at local rest before transfer to airport depart to Bangkok.