Bali’s Cultural Heartland

Highlights

  • Celuk (Silver Village)
  • The Monkey Forest (Nyuh Kuning)
  • Central Ubud’s Walking
  • Rice Terraces’s Walking
  • Tirta Empul ” Balinese Holy Springs Temple”
  • Bali Luwak Coffee

Duration

  • Full day excursion : 8-10 hours
  • Ubud is home to museums, restaurants, art galleries, shops and activities. Describes in advance for customize your itinerary is available
  • Extra charge for watching a traditional Balinese dance start around 19.00-21.00

Tour Itinerary:

Celuk (Silver And Gold Village) It is a major centre for jewelry production. Local gold and silversmiths have extended their homes to include workshops and salerooms and welcome both retail and wholesale customers. Most of them are available to make the copy of your jewelry design. The Monkey Forest Ubud’s best-known tourist attraction. Officially called Mandala Wisata Wanara Wana, houses three holy temples. Inhabited by a band of grey haired and long tailed Balinese macaques. A Rice-Paddy Walk (Central Ubud) It is a track defining an almost circular rice paddy walk that begins and ends in the northern part of Ubud. Following the dirt track for about 2-3 hours as it slices through gently terraced ricefields fringed with coconut palms on either edge. See scores of beautifully colored dragonflies zooming around and plenty of bird life. The amazing views of Gunung Agung (cloud cover permitting) with the mountain in the background and the conical hatted farmers working in the glittering ricefields, these views are perfect real life. Ceking Rice Terraces  The village just north of Tegallalang that’s famous for its Garuda woodcarvings. The views get increasingly spectacular as through Tegallalang, with Bali’s greatest mountains looming majestically ahead: Gunung Batur to the north and Gunung Agung to the east. And rice terraces providing the classic foreground. Walking down direct to the steps, passing across the rice terraces to get the best angle for rice terraces. Tirta Empul  ” Balinese Holy Springs Temple” Most Balinese come seeking to spiritually cleanse themselves and to cure their physical ailments by bathing in the holy springs. However, for pregnant women and anyone who’s just recovered from a long illness, a visit to Tirta Empul has particularly significance as one  of three places in which they must bathe for a special ritual called melukat. This ceremony requires immersion in the waters of each of the three holiest springs in Bali: Tirta Empul, Holy waters of the mountain at Tirta Bungkah and Holy waters of the sea at Tirta Selukat. Kopi Luwak Bali The most expensive coffee in the world, made from the poop of Asian palm civet which are fed the best coffee beans. Taste a cup of this unique and provocative drink. Also, try the other natural drink. Available to buy their natural product in place.

Tour Price Per Day

  • 750,000 IDR for Maximal 4 persons with the comfortable vehicle include luggage

750, 000 IDR for Maximal 6 persons with the comfortable vehicle non include luggage

  • 1,300,000 IDR for 6-10 persons with the luxury vehicle include luggage and services
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