Bali Tour

28,000/- Per Person


Bali is an Indonesian island known for its forested volcanic mountains, iconic rice paddies, beaches, and coral reefs. Here are some key points about Bali:

  1. Location: Bali is located in Southeast Asia, part of the Indonesian archipelago. It lies between Java to the west and Lombok to the east.

  2. Culture and Religion: The majority of the Balinese population practices a unique form of Hinduism known as Balinese Hinduism, which is a blend of Hindu-Buddhist traditions with indigenous Balinese animist elements. The island is known for its vibrant and colorful religious festivals, traditional dances, and artistic expressions.

  3. Tourism: Bali is a popular tourist destination, attracting millions of visitors each year. The island offers a diverse range of attractions, including beautiful beaches, lush rice terraces, historical temples, and a vibrant nightlife. Kuta, Seminyak, and Ubud are among the most visited areas.

  4. Ubud: Often considered the cultural heart of Bali, Ubud is known for its art galleries, traditional craft markets, and the Monkey Forest Sanctuary. It's a hub for traditional Balinese dance and music performances.

  5. Temples: Bali is home to numerous temples, some of the most famous being Tanah Lot, Uluwatu, and Besakih. These temples showcase distinctive Balinese architecture and offer stunning views of the surrounding landscapes.

  6. Rice Terraces: The Tegallalang Rice Terraces in Ubud are famous for their scenic beauty. The traditional Balinese subak irrigation system is used to cultivate the terraced fields, creating a visually stunning landscape.

  7. Volcanoes: Bali has several volcanoes, including Mount Agung, which is an active volcano and the highest point on the island. Despite its occasional volcanic activity, Bali remains a popular destination.

  8. Cuisine: Balinese cuisine is diverse and flavorful, often incorporating local spices, rice, and fresh seafood. Popular dishes include nasi goreng (fried rice), mie goreng (fried noodles), and babi guling (suckling pig).

  9. Traditional Arts: Bali is renowned for its traditional arts, including dance, sculpture, painting, and music. Visitors can experience these art forms through various performances and workshops.

  10. Diving and Snorkeling: The surrounding waters of Bali offer excellent opportunities for diving and snorkeling. The coral reefs are rich in marine life, making it a popular destination for underwater enthusiasts.

While Bali is a paradise for many, it's essential to be mindful of the environmental impact of tourism and to respect the local culture and traditions.






Tour Timeline

  • Day 1
    Arrival in Bali

    Upon your landing at Ngurah Rai International Airport, you will receive transportation to your hotel. Once there, complete the check-in process and enjoy the remainder of the day at your leisure. Your overnight stay will be at the hotel.


  • Day 2
    Tour to Kintamani Highland & Jimbaran Beach

    For an overnight stay. After enjoying breakfast, witness the captivating Barong Dance in Batubulan and explore Celuk Village, renowned for its skilled silversmiths. Embark on a journey to Tegalalang to marvel at the enchanting rice terraces. Continue to Kintamani to visit Mount Batur, an active volcano standing at 5,000 feet above sea level, and take in the scenic beauty of Lake Batur.

    A delectable lunch awaits at a local restaurant. Return to Denpasar and make stops at Goa Gajah, a stunning elephant cave temple, Mas Village, and Tohpati Village to explore a Batik Gallery. Conclude the day with dinner at a local restaurant before heading back to the hotel


  • Day 3
    Tour to Bedugul Highland

    Following breakfast, explore the distinctive architectural style of the Mengwi Kingdom at Taman Ayun Temple. Continue your journey to Alas Kedaton Monkey Forest and then ascend to the highland to visit the serene Ulun Danu Temple. Visit the vibrant Candi Kuning fruits market to purchase fresh fruits and unique souvenirs.

    Proceed to Pacung, where a delightful lunch awaits, accompanied by a panoramic view of the rice field terrace. Post-lunch, make a stop at Agrotourism to savor hand-made Balinese coffee and blended tea. Head to Tanah Lot to witness the breathtaking sunset, followed by dinner at a local restaurant. Conclude the day by returning to the hotel for an overnight stay.







  • Day 4
    Tour to Nusa Dua Beach, Uluwatu & Jimbaran

    Beach, characterized by a long stretch of white sandy shoreline against a backdrop of Embark on a tour to explore Nusa Dua, beginning with a visit to Pandawa, the Secret white rock cliffs. Continue the journey to the picturesque Padang Padang Beach, a small, pristine white sandy beach.


    Kecak and Fire Dance show, a daily performance beside the temple, At 5:00 pm, arrive at Uluwatu to explore the Uluwatu Temple. Experience the mesmerizing commencing at 6:00 pm and enhanced by a stunning sunset.

    Following the dance show, drive to Jimbaran Bay for a delectable seafood dinner. Conclude the day by returning to the hotel for an overnight stay.

  • Day 5

    Following breakfast, complete the check-out process at the hotel. Subsequently, you will be transferred to the airport for your departure flight back home.