Art - People and Culture
The best tour introduction of Bali. It is combination tours of Culture, art and people. Shopping is an option. Tour start with to the local community of Tohpati village, where the famous traditional Batik painting created by hand. from chunky , funky Jewelry to finely detailed ornament pieces of gold and silver, seeing how they created will give you a new inspiration for what we often take it for granted. The place called celuk, where you can see artist in their workshop creating this fine pieces. Stop to visit local family woodcarver and marvel of their creations. Enjoy lunch with rice field view, Where delightful meal await you in relaxing time. No tour to Ubud is complete without visiting the monkey forest where they roam freely trees to trees and often comedown to say hello to visitor who come to visit. Last stop of this tour is the Ubud art market. where you can shop sort of goods of clothes and souvenirs of art, but remember that bargaining is must here!
Batubulan ; Barong and Kris dance
Tohpati ; Traditional batik painting
Celuk ; Gold and Silver smith
Mas ; wood carving village
Kemenuh: Overlooking Tagenungan Water fall
Bedulu : Visiting Elephant cave temple
susut village for visiting a famous coffe luwak
Tampak siring: For visiting tirta empul temple
Ceking rice terrace
Ubud ; Monkey forest
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Airport, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building
End Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Airport, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building
Duration: 8 hours
Can be morning, midday or afternoon trip or set your own time
Double air conditioned by Toyota type MPV Inova year 2014 support with 2500 CC diesel engine
Estimated Local Cash Needed
20 10,000 - Idr Rp 200,000 (approx US $20) per person for entrance fee, admission and ticket or donation, Lunch.
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We had a fantastic day with Putu. Very experienced and knowledgeable. We felt very safe with him. He took us to an amazing hindu temple where masses of Balinese hindus were lining up to wash their sins away. We visited a coffee plantation to taste various teas and coffees and to experience the famous Luwak coffee. My wife who never drinks coffee even enjoyed the tastings. We visited the king's palace and dressed in traditional Balinese clothing. Wherever we went Putu was able to answer all our questions.