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From its spectacular natural landscapes, terraced rice fields, waterfalls, views of active volcanoes, traditional dances, beaches, artistically designed temples, exciting water sports, and beautiful sunsets to its serene and peaceful atmosphere.
Bali Itinerary 7 Days 6 Nights takes you to visit popular tourist attractions on the island of Bali from the southern, eastern, central, and northern parts of Bali, such as; Kintamani Volcano, Uluwatu Temple, Tegenungan Waterfall, Ubud Art Village, Tegalalang & Jatiluwih Rice Terraces, Ulun Danu Temple, Tanah Lot Temple, Jimbaran Beach and many more.
In 7 days Bali will make tourists feel the feel of paradise, and the pure and natural environment that Bali has to offer. All entrance fees, meals, local taxes, and a comfortable air-conditioned car with an English-speaking guide/driver are included.
As well as enjoy comfortable hotel accommodation in the Kuta area in the south of Bali, a favorite tourist spot with spectacular beaches, shopping centers, nightlife, bars, pubs, and shopping centers.
Welcome to Bali – Land of dreams! Upon arrival at Denpasar Airport, you will be met by our representative who will assist you with the transfer to your hotel in Bali and then relax for the rest of the day.
Pick up time 08.30 AM | Duration 11 hours
Places to visit: Barong & Kris dance, Tohpati village, Celuk village, Mas village, Tegunungan waterfall, Tirta Empul temple, Kintamani volcano view, Tegallalang rice terrace, Ubud Palace, Ubud market.
Start your day with a buffet breakfast at the hotel and then you will be transferred to watch lively Barong and Kris Dance, a piece of Balinese mythology with ornate costumes, traditional dancing, and unique musical instruments.
This dance is the classic example of Balinese way of acting out mythology, resulting in myth and history being blended into one reality.
The climactic scene has the palace guards in trance, turning on themselves by screaming and stabbing their chests fiercely with their kris daggers, but without harm due to the black magic.
After the show we will take you to visit Tohpati village is widely known as the center of handmade Balinese Batik weaving.
Batik is very special art, which requires a lot of patience and skill. It is a traditional fabric printing.
The word «Batik» means «drawing with wax.» The technique must be thousands of years old. It is proved that this art already appeared in the first centuries in Africa, the Middle East and Asia.
As you come over this site, you will learn many things on how locals express their mind through the pattern of beautiful batik starting from making design, waxing, giving colour and drying the batik after it undergo the long process.
Next stop is Celuk village famous for producing high-grade gold and silver handicrafts.
The village located in Gianyar Regency has the uniqueness and excellent in production of gold and silver handicrafts.
Almost all the families and villagers are Balinese who professional, skilled and art soul to develop the creative design and variety of products related to the gold and silvers.
This craft village with long historical has been producing gold and silvers that penetrating the local, national and international markets.
Various type of jewellery, either as souvenirs or export commodities are produced in this village includes variation type of rings, necklaces, earrings, hairpins, brooch and others.
Don’t miss the opportunity to purchase stunning handmade bracelets, rings, necklaces, and many other glimmering mementos.
Continue trip to Mas Village, one of the many artists villages surrounding Ubud, is the best place on the island to find high-quality Balinese woodcarvings.
Considered some of the best woodcarvings in the world. Visitors to Mas Village will find a style of woodcarving characterised by a synergy between humanism and naturalism.
Balinese masks, as well as carvings inspired by Buddhist and Hindu mythologies, are among the more popular items.
Even if you don’t plan to buy, it’s worth visiting Mas Village to watch the masters at work and to see some of the large and very impressive carvings.
Head next to Next stop at Tegenungan Waterfall is one the most popular and visited waterfall in Bali.
Located within a tropical jungle in the village of Kemenuh, Sukawati sub-distric, Gianyar regency, Bali, Indonesia.
Tegenungan Waterfall offers a picturesque view in a hidden space of Bali. The blooming trees in the surroundings have successfully completed the beauty of this waterfall.
You can pose for photos or even take a dip in the clean, freshwater pool constantly supplied by the gushing fall.
Afterwards take you to Tirta Empul Temple that located in the village of Manukaya, Tampaksiring.
The site serves as a legendary setting of a traditional tale about good versus evil. It is also a national cultural heritage site.
The complex, built circa 960 AD, is also a silent witness to the old Balinese kingdom years, particularly at the time of the Warmadewa Dynasty.
This temple has spring water that being used as holy water for various religious ceremony for Hindu people.
Next, your guide takes you into the highlands of Kintamani for a panoramic view of the forested ridges around the volcanic caldera of Mount Batur.
It is situated in the plateau area with cool weather surround it. When we stand up at Kintamani, we will be able to see the rural area which is close to the lake. This place is very famous and visited by many tourists everyday.
Relax in the cold mountain breeze, and then enjoy your buffet lunch, that served at a delightful restaurant, which direct by the view of the volcano and it’s crater lake.
Head to the village of Temen and join a walking tour into the local Coffee farm. Stroll past fragrant coffee, vanilla, fruits, spices, and clove plantations and learn about the uses and medicinal benefits of the herbs.
Get a behind-the-scenes look at the roasting process, especially Coffee Luwak which is mainly produced in the Indonesian Archipelago.
This coffee is made from the beans of coffee berries which have been eaten by Luwak the Asian Palm Civet (Paradoxurus hermaphroditus) and other related civets, then passed through its digestive tract.
Drive to Tegalalang Rice Terrace is one Bali’s most famous tourist attractions, located in Tegalalang Village north of Ubud Bali featured by the amazing rice terrace set the cliff.
A truly awe-inspiring sight, the beautiful green rice paddies stretch on for what seems like an eternity.
The stunning Tegalalang Rice Terrace, part of the Cultural Landscape of Bali Province UNESCO World Heritage Site, comprises cascading emerald-green fields worked by local rice farmers.
At the end of the day head to Ubud Palace, officially Puri Saren Agung. The palace is very beautiful with artistic traditional building and contains the high aesthetics value.
The dynamics of creative arts and a rich culture creates the perfect getaway to experience a different side of Bali in addition to the natural attractions on the island.
Then cross the road to the Ubud Market, is the best art market in Bali, where you can find beautiful silk scarves, lightweight shirts, handmade woven bags, baskets or hats; statues, kites and many other hand-crafted goods.
Spend some time checking out the crafts and pieces on offer and browse for souvenirs from local artists, before heading back to your hotel.
Pick up time 09.00 AM | Duration 12 hours
Places to visit: Tanjung Benoa beach (Banana boat), Pandawa beach, Uluwatu temple, Kecak & fire dance Uluwatu, Jimbaran bay
After breakfast at breakfast, head out for your day long excursion. Picked up from your hotel and drive to Tanjung Benoa Beach a beautiful place blessed by the panoramic view of the sea with calm seawater.
Start your day of adventure by taking to the water on an inflatable Banana Boat Ride is the exciting water activities ride on the rubber boat in form of Banana and pulled by the speed boat. Other activities are availabe with your own personal cost, like : Jet Ski, Scuba Dive, Snorkeling, Ocean Walk, Parasailing, and etc).
After lunch will take you to visit Pandawa Beach is a beautiful white sandy beach situated in the valley of white stone cliff, locally referred to as ‘Pantai Pandawa’, located on Bali’s southern Bukit Peninsula.
The beach is very beautiful with clear water apposite to Indian Ocean offering the exotic panorama, fresh sea breeze and peaceful atmosphere.
The sides remained as high walls, while the ocean-facing cliffs midway down the slope feature deeply carved arches installed with large statues. They each depict the hero characters from the Mahabharata epic, known as Pandawa Lima or the ‘five Pandawas’, hence the name of the beach.
There are six white stone statues draped in colourful Balinese waistcloths, namely Dewi Kunti, the mother figure from the epic, and the five heroes: Dharmawangsa (also known by the name Yudhistira), Bima, Arjuna, Nakula and Sahadewa.
Continue trip to Uluwatu Temple locally known as Pura Luhur Uluwatu (with Luhur meaning “something of divine origin”).
This is one of Bali’s nine key directional temples and one of the most spectacular ones in the entire island, perched on top of a steep cliff approximately 70 metres above sea level.
The most impressive thing that anyone sees Uluwatu temple are also amazed prime location, precariously between heaven and earth.
Giving it a majestic beauty, the virtual maze, bobbing between the floors clouds overhead and the waves lapping against the cliffs at the foot of white foam.
While you here you also have opportunity to watch the most famous dance in Bali, Kecak and Fire Dance is a captivating traditional Balinese art performance, which also goes by, ‘the monkey chant dance’, and loosely ‘fire dance’, for its occasional use of fire as a centrepiece prop.
Kecak and Fire Dance is unique in that it has no other musical background or accompaniment besides the chanting of male dancers, intoning a “keh-chack” polyrhythmic choir during most of the performance.
Kecak’s storyline is taken from the Ramayana Hindu epic and it’s often on the entertainment schedule of almost every Balinese arts and culture venue.
At the end of the day head to Jimbaran beach and the famous Jimbaran Bay are on Bali’s southwestern coast.
The beach is part of the narrow isthmus connecting the Bali mainland and the Bukit Peninsula.
Jimbaran is renowned for its famous seafood and romantic place for dinner. Is the time for you to enjoy unforgettable dinner experience by the white-sandy beach.
Indulge in a delectable selection of fresh seafood—including prawns, clams, and grilled fish and squid—along with vegetable soup, rice, and sambal, an Indonesian chili sauce.
Pick up time 08.30 AM | Duration 12 hours
Places to visit: Taman Ayun temple, Ulundanu Bratan temple, Handara gate, Wanagiri Hidden hills, Jatiluwih rice terrace, Tanah Lot temple
After breakfast at the hotel, start your day with convenient pickup directly from your hotel, grab a window seat as you ride into the countryside.
Enjoy a beautiful scenic drive along the island’s mountains and highlands. On the way stop at Taman Ayun Temple is a landmark in the village of Mengwi, Badung regency, located 17km northwest of Denpasar.
Taman Ayun Temple is also one of six royal temples in Bali making it very important both spiritually and historically. The temple’s name Taman Ayun translates to the ‘Garden Temple in the Water’.
This temple complex boasts magnificent traditional architectural features throughout its courtyards and enclosures as well as expansive garden landscapes comprised of lotus and fish ponds.
From there, continue to visit Bedugul, a pleasant mountain village on Lake Bratan and stop at Ulun Danu Bratan Temple.
Discover a different angle of this magnificent water temple as you approach and see the temple standing proudly, embracing the lake as it laps at its foundations.
The temple was built in the 17th century in worship of the main Hindu trinity, Brahma-Vishnu-Shiva, as well as the lake goddess, Dewi Danu.
The sight and cool atmosphere of the Bali uplands have made the lake and this temple a favorite sightseeing and recreational spot as well as a frequently photographed site.
Next, to Handara Gate as famous Instagramable spot in Bali. Make a wonderful picture in front of Handara Gate with the breathtaking view of green scenery and gigantic-exotic traditional Balinese gate as your backdrop.
Pamper your eyes with the amazing green surrounding, beautiful scenery, and the amazing background of smoky green hills between the gates that creates a perfect picture.
Continue trip to Wanagiri Hidden Hill located the highlands of Wanagiri and Munduk village, Sukasada district, Buleleng regency.
It has a lot selfie spots, each location has different attractions, from its beautiful human-sized bird’s nest, swing, wooden teacups, the bow of a boat, wooden stars, tree houses, an Indonesian interpretation of the Eiffel Tower and much more.
All of these platforms face directly to Lake Buyan and Lake Tamblingan surrounded by shady forests and is a truly beautiful bite of Bali.
After lunch, continue trip to Jatiluwih Rice Terraces is the bigest rice terraces in Bali, comprises over 600Ha of rice fields that follow the flowing hillside topography of the Batukaru mountain range.
Lies about 20 kilometers north of Tabanan, in Bali’s western region. Situated majestically in the hills 850 meters above sea level.
The cool highlands and the breathtaking scenery of this rice terraces attract many tourists and certainly photographers.
The walk around the huge Jatiluwih rice fields certianly gives you a real local Balinese experience, making a perfect opportunity to get away from the crowds.
At the end of the day head to Tanah Lot Temple is one of Bali’s most important landmarks, famed for its unique offshore setting and sunset backdrops. An ancient hindu shrine perched on top of an outcrop amidst constantly crashing waves.
The temple also considered as one of the most important landmarks in Bali with its unique surroundings and is said to have been founded by the 16th century priest Nirarha.
North of Tanah Lot is Batu Bolong Temple, similarly built on a rock formation with a ‘hollow’ overpass linking to the mainland.
For those who love photography, during the sunset is the golden hour or magic hour.
Capture an amazing sunset, enjoy unforgettable spectacular and astonishing sundown sight before you are conveniently returned to your hotel.
Pick up time 08.30 AM | Duration 10 hours
Places to visit: Lempuyang temple, Tirta Gangga water palace, Goa Lawah temple, Kertha Gosa
Breakfast at hotel, then get morning pick up from your hotel and take you to visit Lempuyang Temple is one of Bali’s oldest and most highly regarded temples.
It is also believed to predate the majority of Hindu temples on the island, and the six holiest places of worship on Bali.
The entire landscape looks very picturesque from this temple gate, and that gate also known to the western world as «The Gates of Heaven».
The gates and its temple located in eastern part of the of Bali within the highlands of Mount Lempuyang, which sitting at a cool 1,775m above sea level.
The whole complex complex that is made up of seven different sanctuaries, this temple offers visitors one of the most breathtaking views from any of the temples in Bali.
Next stop at Tirta Gangga Water Palace locally known as Taman Tirta Gangga, is a former water palace of Karangasem empire which one of east Bali’s most famous sights.
Situated about 6 kilometres north of the town of Amlapura, which feature 1.2ha of pools, ponds and fountains surrounded by tropical gardens.
Breathtaking scenery with lush rice paddies back three levels of ornamental gardens with swimming pools, fountains, stone carvings, stepping stones, fish ponds, and airy pavilions.
After lunch we will take you to Pura Goa Lawah is one of the unique and most picturesque temple in Bali.
It features a complex built around a cave opening that is inhabited by hordes of bats, and its name translates to ‘Bat Cave Temple’.
This temple was established in the 11th century by Mpu Kuturan, one of early priests who laid the foundations of Hinduism on the island.
At the end of the day head you to Kertha Gosa is an historical landmark in Semarapura, which forms part of the Puri Semarapura royal palace complex.
Complex and features two main structures – a grand hall or the namesake Bale Kertha Gosa with ceilings filled with Kamasan or wayang-style paintings, and the Bale Kambang ‘floating’ hall or pavillion that’s surrounded by a moat.
Features spacious and open halls inside a walled compound. Unique and traditional Balinese architecture can be seen throughout the gates, walls and main structures.
Pick up time 08.00 AM | Duration 7 hours
Places to visit: Puputan square, Denpasar city, Jagatnata temple, Bali’s Museum, Badung market, Bajra Sandhi monument
Breakfast at hotel, then get morning pick up from your hotel and travel to the island’s capital city to discover a Balinese cultural hub. Your first stop is at the historic Puputan Square situated in the Denpasar’s city center.
This busy gathering place is a favorite of locals and travelers alike, thanks to its mix of open space and intriguing monuments.
Check out the memorial to the Balinese family, which commemorates the battle of the rajas of Badung against the invading Dutch army in 1906.
Next to, Jagatnata Temple is the biggest Hindu temple in Denpasar town which many visited by Hindu people in Denpasar to pray in particular on full moon and black moon. This temple is designed very beautiful with full of religious and artistic ornaments.
In the center of Jagatnatha temple area, there is a high temple building encircled by the fertile tropical garden.
From the temple building until the entrance gate, you will find the Balinese decoration with full of meaning.
Continue from there to Bali’s Museum, just adjacent to the former royal palace. Wander the museum’s collection for around 30 to 40 minutes, admiring its range of artifacts covering everything from 20th century art to pre-historic times.
The museum is also home to range of items celebrating Indonesian culture such as musical instruments, sculpture, theatrical masks, textiles and paintings.
Keep your eyes out for exhibits dedicated to Balinese tooth filing as well as marriage and cremation events.
Proceed next to the colorful Pasar Badung (an Indonesian word for ‘market’) which display the local Balinese daily needs or local product trading that is very crowded with unique activities and friendly smiles of Balinese people.
You will find the transaction voice among buyer and merchant with multifarious merchandise according to the life need like daily kitchen need, appliance of Hindu ritual, fruits until the traditional clothes.
In this market, you will find the unique thing from the local people especially the women when carrying the material or any items with extremely heavy, she put all of them on her head with a big basket.
Continue the trip to Bajra Sandhi Monument is a major landmark in Denpasar Bali, a monument to the struggles of the Balinese people, set right in the centre of the Renon Square.
The site is adjacent the Bali Governor’s office, and is hard to miss with its grand structure that resembles a Balinese Hindu priest’s praying bell, or ‘bajra’.
Inside the base is a museum that displays various historical dioramas of the people’s past struggle for Independence.
There are three floors inside. The ground level lets you admire the typical Balinese architectural features applied to the overall structure
While the second floor is where most of the diagrams and dioramas that depict the Balinese people’s pre-history and history are shown.
The last upper level provides you with soaring views over the green square and Denpasar’s cityscape afield.
The Bajra Sandhi Monument sits on a 4,900sqm plot within the vast 14.4Ha grounds of flat green lawns, gardens and palms of the square.
Its contains 33 dioramas describing the history of the prehistoric (300,000 BC) that the humans are still moving and highly depends on the nature until the independence era (1950 – 1975) where the development of Bali are covering all aspects such as political, economic and social cultures.
Then enjoy a delicious lunch in local restaurant before you are conveniently transfer back to your hotel.
As this is your last day in Bali, after breakfast we suggest that you plan your day as per the time of your flight.
Check-out from your hotel as per the hotel policies and get a transfer to the airport.