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Destination :

Day 1

  • Tirta Gangga Water Palace
  • Lempuyang Temple
  • Penglipuran Village
  • Kehen Temple

Day 2

  • Batuan Temple
  • Monkey Forest
  • Tegalalang Rice Terrace
  • Tegenungan Waterfall

Day 3

  • Taman Ayun Temple
  • Tirta Empul Temple
  • Gunung Kawi Temple
  • Suwat 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 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

Tirta Gangga was once a water palace built by the King of Karangasem, Anak Agung Anglurah Ketut Karangasen Agung. Built in 1946, this water palace combines typical Balinese and Chinese architecture. The name Tirta Gangga comes from the word tirta which means water and Ganges which is the name of a river in India. The Ganges is one of the consecrated rivers. Thus, literally Tirta Ganga means the holy water of the Ganges. Tirta Gangga was built as a form of respect for the Balinese Hindu community.
The interesting thing about Tirta Gangga is the availability of swimming pools sourced from direct springs. This swimming pool is called Sanen swimming pool. The shape is very distinctive in contrast to most swimming pools. In the swimming pool area, there is a fish pond that can be used as a place to relax or take pictures around the pond.
The water is very cool and clear so it is very suitable to be a place to swim while enjoying the fresh air typical of Karangasem Bali. In addition to a swimming pool for all ages, there is also a swimming pool with a depth of 2 meters upstairs for swimmers who are proficient in swimming.
Based on several sources from the Balinese Chronicle, this temple has been around since the 8th century AD when the spread of Hinduism in Indonesia began. This temple and most of the temples in Bali were built by Rsi Markandeya, a holy man who also spread Hinduism in Bali. The construction of this temple is intended to facilitate the process of spreading Hinduism around Mount Agung which is believed to be the abode of Gods. The name Lempuyang itself comes from the word Lampu or light and Hyang which means god so it has the meaning of God's light. The age of this temple is quite long, making it one of the oldest and earliest temples established in Bali. At the beginning of its construction, the building of this temple was still very simple because it was only made of stone and a large tree.
This temple can be called the highest temple in Bali because it is located at an altitude of approximately 1,174 meters above sea level, Mount Lempuyang. The original name of this temple is Penataran Agung Lempuyang Temple or better known as Lempuyang Temple. This temple still includes the Sad Kahyangan Jagad Temple or the six holy places in Bali along with Besakih Temple. Besides Pura Agung, there are many other temples built around Mount Lempuyang or Bukit Bisbis. There are so many, sometimes visitors often get the wrong destination when they want to visit the Penataran Agung Lempuyang Temple which has the most beautiful scenery. The charm of the beauty of the Penataran Agung Lempuyan Temple also looks more beautiful at sunrise and at sunset. The orange sky and golden clouds in the sun looked so charming through the gaps in the main gate of the 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.

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.

The Batuan Temple, referred to locally as Pura Puseh Batuan is a focal landmark in the namesake village of Batuan, well-known for its traditional Balinese arts and paintings. one of three village temples dedicated to the gods of the Hindu trinity.
The temple features a grand complex of shrines laid out within its 0.65Ha complex. Well preserved sandstone bas motifs and well-preserved traditional Balinese temple architecture are its main draws. As usual temple in Bali, Batuan Temple is also featured by the three areas includes Nista Mandala (outside area) Madya Mandala (Middle area) and Utama Mandala (Main temple area). The entry gate to the temple appears as a split gate as if it was formed once as one gate that was split into two parts. This gate leads into a courtyard which has a garden and a galaxy of statues fixed at various locations.
From the courtyard, there is another gateway spanned by an intricately carved arch with bass relief on the inset and intertwined with vines and a closed door. The entry to the sanctum is again through two gates. The sanctum is where the gods are enthroned during festival time through a special invitation to “come down into this world.” The gods invited during the festivals are venerated with deep devotion and offerings. We are going dig deep to inform you everything you need to know before you visit Batuan Temple, but feel free to jump to any section that interests you.
Batuan Temple is mentioned in historical records as far back as 1000 years. The Hindu and Indian influence in the region in the village is evident from the carvings and temples. Batuan Temple was founded in 944 isaka (1020 AD). Which is part of the ‘Tri Kahyangan’ or ‘Tri Murti’ concept taught by Mpu Kuturan to the Balinese Hindu community in the 10th century.
This incorporates a Desa or Village Temple as a place to worship God Brahma (the Creator), a Puseh Temple to worship God Vishnu (the Preserver), and a Dalem Temple to worship Lord Shiva (the Destroyer). The name “Batuan” or “Baturan” mentioned here prompts villagers to joke about being “tough as stone” or “eating rocks” — as batu means “stone” in Balinese. But it likely refers to an ancient megalithic tradition in which standing stones served as meeting places and ceremonial sites for the worship of ancestral spirits. However Batuan became a center from which Buddhist priests and brahmans spread to the main court centers of south Bali, the village has an unusual preponderance of brahmans.

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.
Tegenungan Waterfall is a waterfall located in Kemenuh Village, Sukawati District, Gianyar Regency, 30 km from Denpasar City. The water is also clean and clear. Tegenungan Waterfall, has a height of about 15 meters, but has a fairly large water discharge. The waterfall discharge will be very large during the rainy season, which is the range from December to February. At the base of the waterfall you will be able to find a small area like a pond. Waterfalls are sharp drops along the course of a conduit, truly its a particularly lovely spot to stay in light of the way that green and nature home including. Typical scene around Tegenungan Waterfall is genuinely delightful, with green trees and beautiful. Near to the waterfall has been produced with a couple shower showers from normal springs. Neighborhood inhabitants frequently bathe and bring water for step by step usage at these showers, especially in the morning and night. If you support, you can moreover shower there. The charm of this Tegenungan waterfall always makes those who see it click amazed and beside the waterfall there are very lush trees that make the scenery very natural, no wonder the beauty of this Tegenungan waterfall is worldwide and visited by many tourists just to see the beauty of this waterfall, swimming in the waterfall or just taking pictures with the background of the waterfall which is very enchanting.
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.
Tirta Empul is dedicated to Vishnu, the Hindu God of water. In the Balinese language, Tirta Empul loosely translated means water gushing from the earth, which for this reason Tirta Empul is regarded as a holy spring. The Tirta Empul Temple includes shrines to Shiva, Vishnu, Brahma, as well as one for Indra and Mount Batur. It is considered one of the five most holy temples in all of Bali and is considered one of the holiest water sources in Bali. Tirta Empul was founded in 926 A.D and is still being actively used to this day. Although it is a sacred place of worship to the locals, tourists from all over the world are welcome to experience the beauty and participate in the purification rituals.
Tirta Empul Temple Tampak Siring is very popular with Hindus, so it is not surprising, when you visit Tirta Empul Temple, at the same time on a holy day such as Purnama, apart from tourists, there are also Hindus who want to perform purification or purification. melukat in the holy bathing place in the temple complex.
The attraction of this tourist attraction on the island of Bali, is not only because of the existence of Tirta Empul Temple, but also the holy bath which is used as a melukat (meruwat) place for Hindus to purify themselves, especially the human spirit which is filled with various negative auras. This place is a spiritual recreation destination that is quite attractive to Hindus.

The Gunung Kawi Cliff Temple is thought to have been built since the mid-11th century AD, during the Udayana (Warmadewa) dynasty.
Gunung Kawi Temple is an Ancient Royal Tombs and has two rows of ancient royal tombs on the banks of the Pakerisan River deep in a ravine overlooked by terraced rice-fields. The holy Pakersian River flows through the centre of Gunung Kawi cutting the site into two separate sections with a bridge to connect one side to the other. It is believed the holy waters of the Pakerisan sanctify Gunung Kawi, and the beauty of the place evokes a relaxing and peaceful atmosphere. Gunung Kawi Temple if we see from the name we know today, it might be the possibility of translation "Mountain" as a "Gunung" and "Kawi" as "Poet", so Gunung Kawi can be meant the mountain of poet. The river that forms the ravine which slope is cut for the temple is Pakerisan river, kris means Balinese long blade or knife.
If the temple is usually in the form of a gate and stacked, then the Gunung Kawi temple is different. The shape is more like a carved and lined cave door, because the temple is carved on a high wall. This is what makes the top of the temple still in the form of a cliff land overgrown with green plants and trees. The calm and cool atmosphere of Gunung Kawi Ubud is very suitable to be used as a place for recreation, meditation, or just relaxing to unwind.

Suwat Waterfall is a new tourist area originating from the Suwat Traditional Village which is actually being intensively developing tourism potential in the village. Suwat village itself is famous for the Air Suwat festival which is regularly held every time the new year changes.
The implementation of the Air Suwat festival or the famous water war with the meaning of Siat Yeh is a tradition handed down by the ancestors so that the community regularly holds this event. This water war tradition is trusted as a form of self-cleaning of negative things that have been going on before. So hopefully, the following things will not happen again in the future. Apart from being a symbol of self-cleaning, the normality of Siat Yeh is also a form of respect for the spring which is said to be efficacious for healing all kinds of diseases. The hope is that the springs in Dewa Suwat can continue to flow because water is a very important natural element.
Suwat Waterfall has a height of approximately 15 meters with a calm pool of water below, causing anyone to be persuaded to dive in and swim to enjoy its freshness. Different from waterfalls in general, Suwat Waterfall is decorated with large stones with carvings in the shape of turtles and various species of fish available in the area. Not only save the natural beauty that spoils the eye, this area also contains spiritual tourism objects. Because near Pura Dalem, to the south of the waterfall there is a lightning that is useful for residents to confiscate holy water.

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