Bali Daily Tours -
Half Day Tours
Prices not included: meals, entrance fee and personal expenses
Denpasar City Tour
Price: Rp 300.000/person;
Departure : USD 08.30 a.m. (Approx. 04 hours).
Denpasar, the island’s capital is a bustling city that provides
governmental, educational and health services, not only to its 521.000
inhabitants, but also to the entire island. At first we will take you
to Kereneng Market, one of the busiest market in town. Here we can
find large range of goods, from daily needs to ritual utensils.
Afterwards, we will proceed to Satria Bird Market, with many kinds of
tropical birds from all over Indonesia. Continuing the trip, we will
stop at Downtown Denpasar. At close distances, we can see several
interesting places, such as: Puputan Square, on September 16, 1906,
this was the battleground between the invading Dutch troops and Badung
people; Jagatnatha Temple, the town main temple with single shrine to
The Supreme God (Sang Hyang Widhi), and Bali Museum, with large
collection of prehistoric and historic items, high quality
handicrafts, ritual utensils and daily tools used by the local people.
Mengwi-Alas Kedaton-Tanah Lot-
Price: Rp 300.000/person;
Departure: 14.30 p.m. (Approx. 05 hours).
This is one of the ‘compulsory’ tours to see some of the most
beautiful temples of Bali. Firstly we will stop at Mengwi, to visit
the magnificent royal family temple of Taman Ayun (XVII century),
surrounded by an artificial moat. Continuing the trip, we will proceed
to Alas Kedaton, the fruit bats and monkey forest. With a small bag of
peanuts, we will make many new friends here. Our next stop is the
marine temple of Tanah Lot, which appears in every brochure on Bali.
This lovely temple was built on a promontory offshore, truly a perfect
setting to watch a stunning sunset (weather permitting).
Uluwatu & Kecak Dance - Sea Food Dinner
Price: Rp 250.000/person;
Departure : 16.00 p.m. (Approx. 04 hours).
We will take you to Uluwatu Temple, a cliff edge temple at 95 meters
above sea level, with fantastic view to the Indian Ocean. This is the
masterpiece of Nirartha, a holy priest from XVI century, and a great
place to watch the sunset over the sea that filled with sailing
outriggers (jukung). Afterwards, we will witness the performance of
Monkey (Kechak) Dance, the most unique dance among Balinese dances. It
is not accompanied by any instrumental music, but by a male chorus
performed by over 70 men. Their hands and torso movements with sudden
jerks swaying back and forth illuminated by torchlight, gives an
unreal impression. In the middle of the circular stage, The Ramayana
Story will be performed as the Hindu version of Romeo and Juliet but
with happy ending. Then we’ll take you to Jimbaran Bay for having
seafood dinner. (Kecak dance and seafood dinner are optional)