Visit The biggest temple in Bali and The traditional village of Penglipuran
Visit Penglipuran village, a Balinese Traditional Village with unique cultures, social life and house building structure.
Your tour continues on to Pura Kehen Temple, which was constructed in the 13th century, Stepping through the " Kori Agung" ( stone capped gateway), there are elephant sculptures, which is unusual for a building of that age, as elephant are not native to Bali.
The next stop is Besakih "The biggest temple in Bali" perched nearly 1000m up the side of Gunung Agung. In fact, it is an extensive complex of 23 separate but related temples, with the largest and most important being Pura Penataran Agung.
Pass through Rendang village and enjoy luncheon in a restaurant with magnificient views of the rice fields which have been in existence for thousand of years.
Round off your with a stop at Kertagosa, a building designed and built in by best artisants in the country. The area contains a beautiful floating pavilion, Bali Kambang and the Royal Court of Justice, Kertagosa.
08. 30 start the tour
09. 30 Barong and Kris dance.
11. 30 Penglipuran village
12. 30 Kehen temple.
14. 00 Mahagiri, lunch stop.
15. 30 Besakih mother temple. .
16. 00 Tegalalang rice terrace.
18. 00 Back at the hotel
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Hotel or port pick up
End location: Hotel or port drop off
Duration: 10 hours 30 min.
well-maintained, model 2012 Nissan Mini Van with A/C that can comfortably accommodate 5 full size adults.
however, if you have 6 in your party and 2 of them are average to small, they can fit in with one in the front 3 in the middle and 2 in the back making it feasible for a total of sixth guests. Please let me know if this is the case. The price of the tours will not increase if you decide to use this option.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
45 IDR 300.000 - Entrance tickets, lunch and donation
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See comments for our tour on Feb 21. Comments were delayed in submission as our 2 days of touring in Bali were in conjunction with an 88 day cruise which did not end until April7. We were picked up and returned to the ship both days.