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Leke Leke Waterfall Tour

About Trip

Leke Leke Waterfall Tour is a tour package where we prepare the best waterfall attractions in Bali. We will invite you to see the beauty of Leke Leke Waterfall which is very popular in Bali. Not only that, we will also take you to Jatiluwih Rice Terrace, Saraswati Temple, and Goa Gajah Temple. Enjoy your one day holiday trip in Bali.

Destination :

  • Leke Leke Waterfall
  • Jatiluwih Rice Terrace
  • Saraswati Templetour
  • Goa Gajah Temple

Price For The Tour :

  • USD 47/person ( Solo Traveller )
  • USD 25/person ( Minimum Booking 2 Person )
  • USD 18/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 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

Leke-Leke is the right tourist destination for nature lovers who are looking for tranquility. This waterfall is surrounded by shady trees. The air is cool and there is no annoying noise pollution. There was only the sound of water gurgling on the rocks. A beautiful, peaceful and serene natural atmosphere welcomes your arrival at the Leke-leke Tabanan waterfall, a place with a rocky backdrop that looks beautiful blending with the natural surroundings, although the water discharge is not that big but the natural charm is quite amazing, making you feel at home and peacefully alienating yourself in this natural recreation area.

Jatiluwih is a village that has a wide expanse of rice fields with beautiful terraced rice terraces located in the Penebel District, Tabanan Regency, Bali. Jatiluwih village is famous as a tourist spot with the beauty of terraced rice fields that still use the traditional Balinese rice irrigation system, its location is close to the Batukaru mountains with fairly cool air conditions.
The rice fields here are very well managed with the terracing process. The rice fields are not flat like rice fields in general, but have steps. Because of the beauty of the terrace as a special attraction for this recreational object. Although rice fields are common, but because they are managed well, they become an attractive tourist spot.

The architect of Pura Taman Saraswati Ubud is Mr. I Gusti Nyoman Lempad but The construction of the Saraswati temple at the behest of Prince Ubud Cokorda Gede Agung Sukawati namely Mr. I Gusti Nyoman Lempad is a famous sculpture artist and architect in Bali. In 1951 the construction of the Pura Saraswati Park began and construction was completed in 1952. In accordance with the name Pura Saraswati is intended for the worship of Dewi Saraswati, the goddess in Hinduism for science. But tourists are prohibited from entering the temple area because only visitors who wish to pray can enter the area in the temple. When entering the temple area which is from the main gate, you will see a high wall and behind the wall there is a giant statue about 3 meters high.
The temple is a sacred place of Hinduism in Bali and the Taman Saraswati temple Ubud is one of them. This temple, as the name implies is a place of worship for Dewi Saraswati (Goddess of Knowledge). Pura Taman Saraswati Ubud, a little different from other temples in Bali. In addition, this temple has a pond with lots of pink lotus flowers and a neatly arranged water garden. This lotus pond, the main attraction of the Saraswati temple. There are many frangipani flower trees adorning the edge of the pool, and there is a bridge that connects the outside area of ​​the temple to the main gate area of ​​the temple. When you cross the bridge you will see many statues lined up on the edge of the bridge. Then you will see the beauty of the main gate with the number of three large doors with gold ornaments.
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.

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