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3 Days Tour B

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Destination :

Day 1

  • Melasti Beach
  • GWK Cultural Park
  • Pandawa Beach
  • Uluwatu Temple

Day 2

  • Taman Ayun Temple
  • Monkey Forest
  • Tegalalang Rice Terrace
  • Goa Gajah Temple

Day 3

  • Kehen Temple
  • Penglipuran Village
  • Kintamani Batur Lake
  • Tukad Cepung Waterfall

Price for 3 Days Tour :

  • USD 141 / person ( Solo Traveller )
  • USD 75 / person ( Minimum Booking 2 Person )
  • USD 54 / person ( Minimum Booking 4 - 5 Person )

Include :

  • Petrol
  • Car with Air Conditioner
  • Parking Fee
  • English Speaking Driver
  • Bottle Water for 1 Person

Not Include :

  • Entrance Ticket to Tourist Attraction
  • Lunch & Dinner

Information :

  • Tour Duration 3 Days
  • In addition to destnation that we provide in the tour, you can also request or custom your travel destinations while in bali
  • During our trip, all of you also can do or stop some places for shopping

Include :

  • Petrol
  • Car with Air Conditioner
  • Parking Fee
  • English Speaking Driver
  • Bottle Water for 1 Person

Not Include :

  • Entrance Ticket to Tourist Attraction
  • Lunch & Dinner

Information :

  • Tour Duration 8 - 10 Hours
  • In addition to destnation that we provide in the tour, you can also request or custom your travel destinations while in bali
  • During our trip, all of you also can do or stop some places for shopping

Detail Trip

Melasti Beach is one of the hidden beaches whose beauty is no less attractive when compared to other beaches in Bali. The clear and clean waters with a turquoise color are sure to amaze you. Melasti Beach is one of the white sand beach tourist destinations. Located in the southern part of the island of Bali and is trending visited by Indonesian tourists. Melasti Beach was once included in the category of one of the hidden beaches in the southern part of Bali. Because the location of the beach is behind a towering limestone hill. Before there was an asphalt road that splits the limestone hill as it is today, to get to the lip of Melasti Beach Ungasan, visitors had to descend and climb hundreds of stairs. Because of the isolated beach location, not many tourists know about Melasti beach in Ungasan.
Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park is one of the tourist destinations in the southern Bali area, precisely in Ungasan, South Kuta. Garuda Wisnu Kencana (GWK) is a cultural park built in the limestone hill area of the Ungasan area with an area of about 60 hectares. The main attraction of this tourist destination is of course the Garuda Wisnu statue, which is currently still under construction, this statue will become a Bali landmark with a statue height of ± 120 meters and a wingspan of ± 64 meters. The construction of the Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park was initiated by a maestro I Nyoman Nuarta who is one of Indonesia's best modern sculptors. The concept of the Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park area combines land art that blends with the concept of modern Landscape Architecture while still paying attention to the harmony between humans, nature and the creator of God Almighty.
In addition to enjoying the beauty of sculpture, building architecture, and natural panoramas in the GWK Cultural Park area, visitors can also do various other tourist activities such as culinary tours and shopping tours to share souvenirs typical of GWK. At certain hours every day visitors can watch various cultural performances such as Ballet, Bleganjur Gamelan Parade, Kecak Dance Parade, Theater Performances, and various other events.
Pandawa beach (or Pandava beach) is located at Badung - South Kuta tourist region and one of the many beaches in Bali. In the past, this beach is well known to be one of the regions secret beaches because of the location behind a mountainous area that secluded its location to the unknown. Pandawa beach is surrounded by two cliffs with one of them, carved into the cliff face the statues of the Pandavas and the Kunti goddess. The six statues from top to bottom are Kunti, Yudhishthira, Bhima, Arjuna, Nakula, and Sahadeva.
Its beauty is unquestionable. The clear sea water, clean white sand, and relatively calm waves make this place quite safe for swimming activities by the sea. Interestingly, this beach is relatively quiet and not overcrowded with visitors, so you can swim as much as you want more freely. The beach is well known as a tourist attraction and its water sport use but it is also known as a seaweed algaculture farm. It has a shallow long beach face that is suitable for farming seaweed by the locals. Water sports are also a favorite pass time for tourist at the beach. Surfing is not ideal at the beach although many other sports are known to be favored like beach volley, jet skiing, and paragliding from Timbis cliff to the beach.
Uluwatu Temple is an ancient temple in Bali, the historical background of the establishment of this Luhur Uluwatu temple, although it is not clear when it was built, it is estimated that it was built during the Sri Msula-Masuli husband and wife kingdom around the 9th century, built by Mpu Kuturan or by MPU Rajacreta title. Mpu Kuturan is a Buddhist priest from the village of Girah in East Java, he came to Bali because of the urge to teach dharma and religion, was very instrumental in uniting the sects in Bali, so that the Kahyangan Tiga temple was realized, the manifestation of God as the Tri god. Murti and denied Kembulan.
The history of the establishment of the Luhur Uluwatu temple, related to ancient relics or the physical form of the temple, such as the bracket temple or the Kori gelung agung in the temple courtyard that limits the temple grounds, characterizes that this temple is an ancient relic, the physical form indicates that the temple existed before Mpu Kuturan came to Bali.
The establishment of the Luhur Uluwatu Temple building makes you who come to visit, not only can enjoy the sacred and religious atmosphere, but also the beautiful and unique scenery. In addition, you can also enjoy the beautiful sunset view without any obstacles blocking the sunset view. In addition to the attractiveness of the temple architecture and the beauty of the sunset view, tourists can also watch traditional Balinese dance performances, namely the Balinese Kecak Dance. The Uluwatu Kecak Dance is played by 50-100 dancers. Kecak dancers will sit in a circle and wear a black and white sarong.
Taman Ayun Temple is a Mother Temple (Paibon) to Mengwi Kingdom. This temple was built by Mengwi King, I Gusti Agung Putu, in the Javanese year of 1556 (1634 AD). Initially, I Gusti Agung Putu built a temple to the north of Mengwi village to the worship of his ancestors. The temple was named Genter Park. When Mengwi grew into a big kingdom, I Gusti Agung Putu moved Genter Park eastward and expand the compound. The expanded temple was officially declared Taman Ayun Temple on Kliwon Tuesday - Medangsia the fourth month in the Javanese year of 1556. Until today, each Kliwon Tuesday of wuku Medangsia in Javanese calendar (Saka), a piodalan (ceremony) is held in this temple to celebrate the temple’s anniversary. The purpose and objective of establishing these temple by the king is so that he and the people of the Mengwi kingdom can seek blessings for the safety, welfare and fertility of the country.
Taman Ayun Temple is arranged with the concept of a traditional Balinese garden surrounded by an artificial river with various types of rare Balinese plants. The beauty of the landscape is coupled with the sacred building of Meru overlapping SOLAS (a building with thatched roofs as a material, while the most prestigious Meru contains 11 levels). Meru symbolizes the stana which is believed to be the sacred place of the Gods.
Taman Ayun Temple has an architectural design that really amazes the tourists who visit, by bringing traditional elements into the building that makes this place has a high artistic and cultural value. Because it has an architectural design and views that are pleasing to the eye, Taman Ayun Temple is dubbed the most beautiful temple in Bali.

Monkey Forest Ubud is located in the Mandala Sacred Wenara Wena area which is a nature reserve and temple complex covering an area of ​​12.5 hectares. There are approximately 115 different tree species in this nature reserve area. This area was established with the concept of "Tri Hita Karana". Tri means three, Hita means happiness and Karana means cause. So, the meaning of the concept is "three things to get physical and spiritual well-being".
In this area, you can interact directly with the monkeys that are released freely. The monkeys are divided into six groups that occupy different areas with a total number of about 800 individuals. This herd of monkeys is believed to have inhabited this area for centuries.
There are three Hindu temples in this area which are still often used for Hindu religious ceremonies. The oldest temple, Pura Dalem Agung Padangtegal, was built in the mid-14th century and is located in the southwest area of ​​Monkey Forest Ubud. This main temple is used to worship Lord Shiva, Sang Dewa Hyang Widhi. Here there are many typical Hindu ornaments and sacred statues and the bale where the cremation ceremony is held.
The Monkey Forest tourist attraction which is also known as the Mandala Wisata Wanara Wana is an area that is very sacred to the people of the Padangtegal Traditional Village. This reason arises from an emotional connection, where the object area is the place of the Pura Kahyangan Tiga Traditional Village of Padangtegal, namely Pura Dalem Agung.
Tegalalang Rice Terrace this is tourist attraction is a rice field area that offers unique and beautiful views. Tegallalang Rice Terrace it is a series of beautifully arranged paddies which follows the traditional Balinese irrigation system called “subak.” The system is said to have been passed down by a sage named Rsi Markandeya in the 8th century. Tegallalang Rice Fields is situated in a valley that offers extraordinarily scenic lookouts over the terraces and surrounding green landscape. Along with the ones in the villages of Pejeng and Campuhan, Tegallalang Rice Fields form the three most stunning-looking terraced landscapes in Ubud region. Since it has been listed in UNESCO World Heritage site, this place has gained popularity among international travelers. Nevertheless, it is still a great place to wind down and ease your mind as it offers a quiet and relaxing atmosphere.
As for history, it can be said that Goa Gajah temple was built in the period 10-11 AD, which at that time was the dynasty of the Warmadewa kingdom, while the name Goa Gajah refers to the statue of Ganesha found engraved on the cave wall. In 1923 the elephant cave site was discovered by L.C Heyting who at the time of discovery, he found Archa Ganesha, a statue of Tri Langga and also a statue of Hariti. Furthermore, a follow-up study was carried out by Dr.W.F. Stutterhiem in 1925 and also in 1950 carried out further research by the Indonesian side, namely from the Indonesian archaeological site in 1954 to 1979 which resulted in the discovery of a small pond which is now in front of the mouth of Goa with six statues of women and their showers.
The water flowing from the shower is believed by visitors who come there to make their age younger. A very shocking discovery of history, where from this discovery it can be seen that we are familiar with the existence of beliefs in ancient times, while some statues such as Ganesha figures are god figures found in Hinduism long time ago, and the spread of religion had occurred at that time.
The Elephant Cave Temple of Goa Gajah dates as far back as the 11th century. Built on a hillside where two streams met to form a river junction, the site was deemed sacred and the temple was built for prayer and enclosed meditation. The entrance to the elephant cave depicts a giant menacing face whose wide open mouth forms the doorway. While there are various animal and forest motifs depicted by carvings on the outer rock face, the giant face of the doorway is considered to be that of an elephant.

If we talk about the history of this Kehen Temple, it can be concluded that this Kehen Temple has been around for a very long time and can be compared to other ancient temples in Bali. As for the name of the previous Kehen temple, Hyang Kehen can be seen from the inscriptions found. Kehen Temple is mentioned in three copper inscriptions found on the island of Bali and mentions about this temple three times namely in 9th AD, early 11th AD and 13th AD. the three inscriptions that mention the name of Pura Kehen, it can be studied etymologically where in subsequent developments the name Hyang Api contained in the first inscription became Hyang Kehen in the third inscription and subsequently became Kehen Temple today, then this means that Pura Kehen has existed in Saka between 804 – 836 (between the years 882 – 914 AD). The Kehen Temple has its own uniqueness among other Hindu temples on the island of Bali, where this uniqueness makes the Kehen Temple attractive for foreign and domestic tourists to visit. The uniqueness can be seen from the Candi Kurung which is located in the front area and also the bale kulkul located on the banyan tree, and here there are also several statues of ancient relics that are still preserved and as a reminder of the history of this Kehen temple.

As for the history of Penglipuran village, based on circulating sources, a long time ago in the Bangli kingdom, when there was a war and the King of Bangli assigned the Bayung Gede villagers to join the war and other activities in the kingdom, because the location of the Bayung traditional village was far away, then the King of Bangli gave land to the village of Bayung Gede which is where Penglipuran Village is now, so whenever needed, the residents of the village of Bayung Gede could quickly face the king. Originally mentioned in the inscription, that the Penglipuran Traditional Village was called "Kubu Bayung" which means Pondok Bayung Gede. Over time, the villagers built a village in this neighborhood with Kahyangan Tiga (three temples namely Puseh Temple, Dalem Temple and Desa/Balai Agung Temple) and another temple (Dang Khayangan) was built similar to or similar to the one in Bayung Gede Village by the community.
Penglipuran village comes from the acronym word pengling and pura which means remembering sacred places (ancestors). Initially, the people of this village came from Bayung Gede Village, Kintamani, who permanently migrated for some reason to Kubu Bayung village, which is now Penglipuran village. For village spatial planning, each house has a gate called Angkul-angkul. All houses in this village are uniform but not the same. Almost similar. As for the size, it's exactly the same.

Lake Batur in Kintamani is the largest lake in Bali with an area of ​​about 16 square kilometers and a depth of about 50 meters. This lake is an active caldera lake that was formed when Mount Batur erupted. Now, the caldera is naturally filled with water and is the largest lake in Bali. Another uniqueness of this lake is the water that can change color. This color change is influenced by the sulfur content in the base. Sometimes this lake will look yellowish green, and it can also look like bluish sea water.
The lake has also been designated as a UNESCO Global Geopark Network. And of course it will be very interesting if you can visit there while on vacation in Bali. There are residents around Lake Batur, especially women who work as souvenir sellers by visiting tourists who visit Lake Batur such as bracelets, necklaces, key chains, and other accessories.

Tukad Cepung Waterfall is very friendly. The flow of water is not so heavy, falling gently from above into the shallow pool below. Very safe for anyone who wants to play in the waterfall area.
Its very beautiful charm makes this waterfall very good for taking photos. Not even a few tourists who choose the waterfall as a photo shoot and pre-wedding. Taking pictures with the background of this waterfall is like being in front of the gates of heaven with beautiful curtains. Especially with the sunlight coming in from the sidelines of the cave. Adds an exotic impression of course. The spot that is a favorite of tourists is a large rock which is quite sloping on it.
The existence of a waterfall hidden in the cave makes its charm feel special. You have to walk along large rocks to be able to enjoy the beauty of the Tukad Cepung waterfall. Trekking paths are very beautiful will give the impression of peace during the trip. The sounds of forest insects will be the background music on your journey. Moreover, the path is surrounded by cliffs, trees, large rocks filled with moss, to the flow of water that comes from the cave. The impression of adventure will be felt for sure.

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