Bali Tour Packages 5 Days : Explore The Highlight of Bali Island

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Jimbaran, South Kuta – Indonesia
Duration: 5 days
Maximum Number Of Travelers: 9
Prices Start At   ₹ 17,370 INR / 249$ USD
Bali’s earliest documented records date back to the 8th century, showing the early spread
of Buddhism and Hinduism. Bali’s history has also revolved around the rise of the
Majapahit Kingdom with expansion of the old Hindu dynasty from the neighbouring
island of Java.  The first European contacts were made with the Portugese, Spanish, then
the Dutch, with the rise of the spice trade via the Malacca strait in the 16th century.
Occupation by the Dutch via the Dutch East India Company preceded the nation’s
struggle for independence. Bali has remained strong to present-day with its arts and
culture strongly influenced by Hinduism. Since the Beginning of Time Bali has been
inhabited for a long time. Sembiran, a village in northern Bali, was believed to have been
home to the people of the Ice Age, proven by the discovery of stone axes and adzes.
Further discoveries of more sophisticated stone tools, agricultural techniques and basic
pottery at Cekik in Bali’s far west, point to the people of the Neolithic era. At Cekik, there
is evidence of a settlement together with burial sites of around a hundred people thought
to be from the Neolithic through to the Bronze Age. The massive drums of the Bronze
Age, together with their stone moulds have been discovered throughout the Indonesian
archipelago, including the most famous and largest drum in Southeast Asia, the Moon of
Pejeng, nearly two metres wide, now housed in a temple in east Ubud. In East Java and
Bali, there has also been a concentration of carved stone sarcophagi which you can see
in the Bali Museum in Denpasar and the Museum Purbakala in Pejeng.  Of early traders
and olden kingdoms Bali was busy with trade from as early as 200 BC. The prasasti, or
metal inscriptions, Bali’s earliest written records from the ninth century AD, show a
significant Buddhist and Hindu influence; especially in the statues, bronzes and rock-cut
caves around Gunung Kawi and Goa Gajah. Balinese society was pretty sophisticated by
about 900 AD Their marriage portrait of the Balinese King Udayana to East Java’s
Princess Mahendratta is captured in a stone carving in the Pura Korah Tegipan in the
Batur area. Their son, Erlangga, born around 991 AD, later succeeded to the throne of the
Javanese kingdom and brought Java and Bali together until his death in 1049. In 1284,
Bali was conquered by Kertanegara, the ruler of the Singasari; until the turn of the
century, saw Bali under its own rule under the hands of King Bedaulu of Pejeng, east of
Ubud.  Mighty Majapahit and Golden Bali 1343 AD, is an important date in Bali’s history.
It was then that the whole island was conquered by East Java under the mighty Hindu
Majapahit kingdom. This resulted in massive changes in Balinese society, including the
introduction of the caste system. Balinese who did not embrace the changes fled to the
isolated and remote mountainous areas hill areas. Their descendants are known today as
the Bali Aga or Bali Mula, meaning the “original Balinese” They still live separately in
villages like Tenganan near Candi Dasa and Trunyan on the shores of Lake Batur, and
maintain their ancient laws and traditional ways. When Majapahit in East Java fell in
1515, the many small Islamic kingdoms in the island merged into the Islamic Mataram
empire, Majapahit’s most dedicated Hindu priests, craftsmen, soldiers, nobles and artists
fled east to Bali, and flooded the island with Javanese culture and Hindu practices.
Considering the huge influence and power of Islam at the time, it is worth pondering
why and how Bali still remained strongly Hindu and Buddhist. Watu Renggong, also
known as Dewa Agung, meaning great god, became king in 1550, and this title became
hereditary through the succeeding generations of the kingdom of Gelgel, and later
Klungkung, until the twentieth century. Bali reached the pinnacle of its Golden Era under
the reign of the Batu Renggong, the great god ruler. Bali’s decline started when Batu
Renggong’s grandson, Di Made Bekung, lost Blambangan, Lombok and Sumbawa. Di
Made Bekung’s chief minister, Gusti Agung Maruti, eventually rebelled and reigned from
1650 till 1686, when he in turn was killed by DI Made Bekung’s son, Dewa Agung Jambe,
who then moved the court to Klungkung, and named his new palace the Semarapura,
“Abode of the God of Love”.  Of foreign tricks and trade Bali was unknown to Europeans
until the end of the fifteenth century when explorers from Portugal, Spain and England
encountered the island while searching for the lucrative spice islands. Bali was marked
on their maps as Balle, Ilha Bale or Java Minor, but rarely visited. Later in the nineteenth
century, conflicts in Europe brought massive repercussions in Bali. In 1840, the Dutch
envoy, with the very skillful and devious negotiator, Huskus Koopman, began a series of
visits to persuade the Balinese to agree to Dutch sovereignty. He managed to make
treaties with the regencies of Badung, Klungkung, Buleleng, Karangasem and Tabanan
agreeing to a Dutch trade monopoly, while the rajas failed to realize that they had also
virtually agreed to give the Dutch sovereignty over their lands and reefs. Most regencies
ratified the treaties, but Buleleng and Karangasem stood firm. The brother of the rajas of
Buleleng and Karangasem, Gusti Ketut Jelantik, finally voiced the brave sentiments that,
“Not by a mere scrap of paper shall any man become the master of another’s lands.
Rather let the kris decide. The kris, a traditional curved knife, used in battle, did decide
when on May 20, 1849, after years of domination and hardship, the Balinese of
Karangasem all committed puputan, or ritual suicide. So the stage was set for the
Balinese who preferred to die than live cheated and subservient to Dutch power.
Colonial rule and Dutch rules The puputan caused quite a stir in Europe and the United
States and the Dutch were pressured to moderate their policies in Bali and Indonesia. But
having gained control of the island, the Dutch continued with the Ethical Policy of
governing, a philosophy and approach, which they claimed upheld Balinese values.
Businesses were not encouraged out to Bali, but KPM, a steamship line started promoting
tourism on Bali. The island’s first few visitors stepped ashore in the 1920s, and by the
1930s Bali was welcoming around a hundred visitors every month. Bali’s visitors were
mostly artists, musicians, anthropologists and writers; many made the enchanting island
their home like the famous and infamous Walter Spies, the wonderful K’tut Tantri and
the quirky yet talented Louise and Bob Koke. Independence Throughout the 19th and
20th century relations with the Dutch were still turbulent resulting in the loss of many
lives. In 1949, under continuing world pressure, the UN Security Council ordered the
Dutch to withdraw their armed forces and negotiate, instead of dominate. In 1950, the
Republic of Indonesia was formed, with Sukarno as president. While Bali is part of
Indonesia, there are significant religious, historic and cultural differences with Java and
the other main islands. Present day Bali remains independent with a strong Hindu /
Buddhist in a country dominated by Islam, retaining a certain amount

 

Description

Itinerary

Day 1: GWK – Uluwatu Temple – Kecak and Fire Dance – Jimbaran Seafood Dinner

Stop At: Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park, Jl. Raya Uluwatu, Ungasan 80364 Indonesia
Garuda Wisnu Kencana Culture Park situated on a limestone plateau in south Bali, high

on the Bukit Peninsula, 300 meters above Balis shoreline. Offer a grand view on
Jimbaran Bay and Kuta to the west, and Tanjung Benoa and Sanur to the east with the
imposing Mount Agung and Mount Batur as its background.
Duration: 1 hourStop At: Uluwatu Temple, Jl. Raya Uluwatu Southern part of Bali, Pecatu 80361 Indonesia
Balinese called this temple is Pura Luhur Uluwatu is one of six key temples believed to be
Bali spiritual pillars. Is renowned for its magnificent location, perched on top of a steep
cliff approximately 70 meters above sea level.
Duration: 1 hourStop At: Kecak and Fire Dance, Kawasan Wisata Pura Uluwatu, Pecatu 80361 Indonesia
Not known exactly where Kecak and Fire Dance originated, which was first developed
but there are some kind of agreement on the Balinese Kecak was first developed into a
performing arts in the village of Bona, Gianyar, as additional knowledge Kecak was
originally a song or music that is resultant from a combination sounds that make up
melodies that are usually used to accompany the sacred dance Sanghyang and can only
be staged in the temple.
Duration: 1 hourStop At: Jimbaran Bay, Jimbaran 80363 Indonesia
Jimbaran Seafood Dinner offer you delicious grilled seafood serving Balinese menu,
traditionally prepared and locally caught seafood and French Mediterranean dishes. The
seafood cafe are located on the sand in three main groups between Kedonganan in the
north, just south of the fish market, to jalan Bukit Permai in the south.
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutesMeals included:
• Dinner: Grilled Set Menu Seafood Dinner
No accommodation included on this day.Day 2: Barong Dance – Tegalalang Rice Terrace – Kintamani Volcano – Elephant Cave

Stop At: Barong & Kris Dance, Jambe Culture Village, Sukawati 80582 Indonesia

Barong And Kris Dance perform as a large lion type creature played by two men and
Rangda is the epitome of evil with long fingernails and droopy breasts. Barong is going
about his business until he is interrupted by Rangda, ultimately a battle ensues and the
Barong followers begin attacking Rangda with their Keris (daggers). Rangda being a
witch and is able to use magical powers to turn the daggers against their owners who fall
into a trance and try to stab themselves.
Duration: 1 hourStop At: Celuk Village, Jalan Raya Celuk, Sukawati 80582 Indonesia
The gold and silver items crafted at Celuk Village are of high quality and feature unique
and elaborate designs as the craftsmen are known for their skills and their
industriousness. Almost all of the households in the village are homes to jeweller
families and each Celuk villager possesses artistic skills in developing and executing
intricate designs and varying patterns.
Duration: 1 hourStop At: Tegalalang Rice Terrace, Jl. Raya Ceking Tegallalang Between Tegalalang and
Ubud, Ubud 80517 Indonesia
Tegalalang Rice Terrace has an outlook that spreads down before you and away to the
rice terraces on the slopes across the valley. The high roadside location is cool and breezy
and it is a well known spot for tourists to stop and take photos.
Duration: 1 hourStop At: Kintamani Highland, Jl. Raya Penelokan, Batur, Bangli, Kintamani 80518
Indonesia
Kintamani Volcano has been the most favorite tourist destination in the central
mountains area of Bali. With the magnificent view of its caldera, and also the beauty of
Lake Batur which fills the large part of the caldera, the crater of Mount Batur is the
central interest of the place which is estimated to have 13 square km size.
Duration: 1 hourStop At: OKA Agriculture Bali, Br. Temen, Susut, Bangli (Jurusan Tampaksiring-
Kintamani), Bangli Indonesia
OKA Agrculture Bali offer wonderful experience trip on your holiday in Bali where you
can taste our local coffee, tea, chocolate and luwak coffee. The local Balinese farmers are
very creative to plant variety of coffees but two species coffees that mostly planted in
this island includes Robusta and Arabica.
Duration: 1 hourStop At: Elephant Cave Ubud, Jl. Raya Goa Gajah Desa Bedulu, Ubud 80581 Indonesia
Elephant Cave Ubud or Goa Gajah Temple is an archaeological site of significant
historical value that makes it a special place to visit. Located on the cool western edge of
Bedulu Village, six kilometers out of central Ubud, you do not need more than an hour to
descend to its relic filled courtyard and view the rock-wall carvings, a central
meditational cave, bathing pools and
Duration: 1 hourStop At: Mas Carving Center, Mas Villages Ubud Indonesia
Mas Village is famous in Bali as being one of the main arts and crafts villages on the
island. Where Ubud is the village of the painters, Mas is the village of the carvers where
some of the most incredible woodcarvings are produced and have been produced for
hundreds of years.
Duration: 1 hourMeals included:
• Lunch: Indonesian Buffet Lunch
No accommodation included on this day.Day 3: Ulun Danu Bratan Temple, Jatiluwih Rice Terrace and Tanah Lot Temple

Stop At: Taman Ayun Temple, Jalan Ayodya, Mengwi Indonesia

Taman Ayun Temple was to serve as a main site of worship among the Mengwi people
who need not travel too far to the main large temples, the likes of the Besakih mother
temple in Karangasem, Batukaru Temple in Tabanan or Batur Temple in Kintamani.
Duration: 1 hourStop At: Handara Iconic Gate, Handara Golf & Resort Bali, Singaraja 81161 Indonesia
Balinese gate of Handara-the path way to serenity. It has become a famous
Instagramable spot in Bali. It is a popular landmark for tourists who seek for one of Bali’s
top Instagrammable locations to have some iconic picture for your social media. 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 for your Bali holiday.
Duration: 30 minutesStop At: Ulun Danu Bratan Temple, Jl. Raya Candi Kuning, Tabanan 82191 Indonesia
Ulun Danu Bratan Temple, literally the source temple of Lake Beratan, is easily the island
most iconic sanctuary sharing the scenic qualities with the seaside temples of Uluwatu
and Tanah Lot. The smooth reflective surface of the lake surrounding most of the temple
base creates a unique floating impression, while the mountain range of the Bedugul
region encircling the lake provides the temple with a scenic backdrop.
Duration: 1 hourStop At: Pasar Candi Kuning, Jl. Singaraja, Bedugul, Baturiti Indonesia
Candikuning Fruit Market is famous for its fresh fruits and vegetables. All the fruits and
vegetables sold in this market is fresh because it is supplied from the local agriculture
field in the surrounding area. A wide variety of fresh fruits and vegetables can be found
in this market such as Pomelo, Durian, Rambutan, Manggis, Salak, Mangoes and passion
fruit. Bedugul is famous with its strawberries, fine and sweet strawberries are easy to be
found in this market.
Duration: 1 hourStop At: Jatiluwih Green Land, Jatiluwih Village, Tabanan 82152 Indonesia
Once a UNESCO Cultural Heritage Site Jatiluwih Rice Terrace comprises over 600Ha of
rice fields that follow the flowing hillside topography of the Batukaru mountain range.
These are well-maintained by a traditional water management cooperative known as
subak, which dates back to the 9th century.
Duration: 1 hourStop At: Tanah Lot Temple, Jl. Raya Tanah Lot, Kawasan Pura Tanah Lot Desa Beraban,
Kecamatan Kediri, Beraban 82121 Indonesia
Tanah Lot Temple is an ancient Hindu shrine perched on top of an outcrop amidst
constantly crashing waves, the temple is simply among Bali not to be missed icons. The
onshore site is dotted with smaller shrines alongside visitors leisure facilities that
comprise restaurants, shops and a cultural park presenting regular dance performances.
Duration: 1 hourMeals included:
• Lunch: Indonesian Buffet Lunch
No accommodation included on this day.Day 4: Kertha Gosa – Goa Lawah – Tenganan Village – Tirta Gangga – Taman Ujung

Stop At: Taman Wisata Kertha Gosa, Klungkung Indonesia

Kertha Gosa part of the Puri Semarapura royal palace 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.
Duration: 1 hourStop At: Goa Lawah Temple, Jl. Raya Goa Lawah Pesinggahan, Dawan Indonesia
Goa Lawah Temple is beautiful sea temple and features a complex built around a cave
opening that is inhabited by hordes of bats and its name translates to Bat Cave. This
temple was established in the 11th century by Mpu Kuturan, one of early priests who
laid the foundations of Hinduism on the island.
Duration: 1 hourStop At: Tenganan Ancient Village, Jalan Raya Nyuh Tebel, Tenganan, Manggis Indonesia
Tenganan is a symmetrically laid out Bali Aga village with a walled homes and unique
crafts. Bali Aga was the original inhabitant of Bali, before the arrival of Hindu Javanese.
Tenganan retains its ancient pre Hindu customs through a strong code of non
fraternization with outsiders, further enforced by the protection of its surrounding walls.
Duration: 1 hourStop At: Tirta Gangga, Jl. Abang-Amlapura, Karangasem 80852 Indonesia
The gardens of Tirta Gangga Water Palace show a unique mix of Balinese and Chinese
architecture. The grounds of the water garden (ca 1.2 ha.) consists of three separate
complexes each with ponds and many sculptures. The complex on the lowest level has
two large ponds and a water tower.
Duration: 1 hourStop At: Ujung Water Palace, Jl. Lettu Alit Tumbu Village, Karangasem 80811 Indonesia
Ujung Water Palace complex consists of various large pools and historic structures set
against a backdrop of Mount Agung and the eastern shoreline. The site suffered near
devastation by showers of hot ash following the eruption of nearby Mount Agung in 1963
and also weathered an earthquake in 1979. Restoration efforts throughout the decades
made way to its current splendor and it continues to appeal to both locals and visitors.
Duration: 1 hour 

Stop At: Virgin Beach, Karangasem Indonesia

The sand here isn’t pure white, it close to white rather than yellow also mixes with black-
sand but well-known as a white sand beach, but that does not matter. Virgin Beach Bali
still offer you cleanness, beautiful scenery, and clean seawater. Many small cafes are
available at Virgin Beach Bali and sell good food and consider cheap to most people.
Duration: 1 hourMeals included:
• Lunch: Indonesian Set Menu Lunch
No accommodation included on this day.Day 5: Lake Tamblingan – Munduk Waterfall – Buddhist Monastry – Banjar Hot Spring

Stop At: Tamblingan Lake, Desa Munduk Kecamatan Banjar, Munduk Indonesia

Lake Tamblingan is a lake located in the plateau area with green hill surrounded. It is
situated adjunction to Buyan Lake with cool weather. It has the fascination where the
nature authenticity can be felt and the inexistence of motorized boat here.
Duration: 1 hourStop At: Munduk Waterfall, Munduk Indonesia
It is one of the fabulous waterfall on the island, the path down to Munduk Waterfall is
densely planted with clove and coffee trees as well as Avocado, Taro, Banana and some
Durian tree. You can have such a great exercise while learning about the local farm and
getting to know better of the local vegetation along the path down to the mighty
waterfall.
Duration: 1 hourStop At: Brahma Vihara Arama Buddhist Monastery, Banjar Tegeha Banjar, 81152 Indonesia
Brahma Vihara Arama Buddhist Monastery was built in 1970 by locals financing of
Indonesian and also aids of Thailand government, and its consecrated in 1972. It has
been damaged by earthquake in 1976. The new Stupa has been repaired and is decorated
with splendidly colorful confection.
Duration: 1 hourStop At: Banjar Hot Springs, Banjar Tengah, Buleleng, Singaraja 81152 Indonesia
The bathing pools at Banjar Hot Springs are constructed around the hot water spring
source and feature a tiered structure. The first level features eight dragon spouts with a
smaller pool also adjoining this section. The large size of the central bathing pools
enables families to join in on the soothing dip. Down on the second level is the main
central pool.
Duration: 1 hourStop At: Lovina Beach 81151 Indonesia
Lovina Beach is a combination of smaller beaches spanning several local villages
between two districts in the North Bali regency of Buleleng. The beach is a great
alternative to the highly popular (and often crowded beaches of Bali’s south, the likes
ofKuta, Legian and Seminyak. Calmer waves, serene black-sand shores, thrills in the
offing, and a nightlife scene, are just a few things that sum up this quaint north Bali
coast.
Duration: 1 hourMeals included:
• Lunch: Indonesian Set Menu Lunch
No accommodation included on this day.
Important Information:
Details
  • Departure Time: 8:00 AM

 

  • Departure: Traveler pickup is offered
  • We provide pickup and drop-off service from hotel / villa in area :
  • Ubud, Gianyar, Tanah Lot, Canggu, Kerobokan, Seminyak, Kuta, Legian, Tuban,
  • Denpasar, Sanur, Jimbaran, Ungasan, Balangan, Pecatu, Uluwatu, Tanjung Benoa,
  • Nusa DuaPorts
    Benoa Port, Ngurah Rai Airport

Additional Information

  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking

 

  • Not wheelchair accessible

 

  • No heart problems or other serious medical conditions

 

  • Most travelers can participate

 

  • This experience requires good weather. If it’s canceled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund

 

  • This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate

Inclusions

  • 1x Dinner

 

  • 4x Lunch

 

  • Private Transport with Fully Air-Conditioning Car

 

  • Professional English Speaking Driver

 

  • All Entrance Fee in Tourism Object

 

  • Kecak Dance Ticket and Barong Dance Ticket

 

  • Mineral Water

 

  • 21% Government Tax and Service

 

  • Entry/Admission – Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park

 

  • Entry/Admission – Uluwatu Temple

 

  • Entry/Admission – Kecak and Fire Dance

 

  • Entry/Admission – Jimbaran Bay

 

  • Entry/Admission – Barong & Kris Dance

 

  • Entry/Admission – Celuk Village

 

  • Entry/Admission – Tegalalang Rice Terrace

 

  • Entry/Admission – Kintamani Highland

 

  • Entry/Admission – OKA Agriculture Bali

 

  • Entry/Admission – Elephant Cave Ubud

 

  • Entry/Admission – Mas Carving Center

 

  • Entry/Admission – Taman Ayun Temple

 

  • Entry/Admission – Handara Iconic Gate

 

  • Entry/Admission – Ulun Danu Bratan Temple

 

  • Entry/Admission – Pasar Candi Kuning

 

  • Entry/Admission – Jatiluwih Green Land

 

  • Entry/Admission – Tanah Lot Temple

 

Entry/Admission – Taman Wisata Kertha Gosa

 

  • Entry/Admission – Goa Lawah Temple

 

  • Entry/Admission – Tenganan Ancient Village

 

  • Entry/Admission – Tirta Gangga

 

  • Entry/Admission – Ujung Water Palace

 

  • Entry/Admission – Virgin Beach

 

           Entry/Admission – Tamblingan Lake

 

  • Entry/Admission – Munduk Waterfall

 

  • Entry/Admission – Brahma Vihara Arama Buddhist Monastery

 

  • Entry/Admission – Banjar Hot Springs

 

  • Entry/Admission – Lovina Beach
Exc
  • Hotel Accommodation

Terms of Use

Once you have booked and received your travel voucher, the contact details for the
travel service operator will be on this voucher under the heading “Important
Information”. Where applicable, you are required to call the travel service operator

directly to advise of additional information such as:

  • Hotel for pick up

 

  • Weights for helicopter tours

 

  • Choice of times for tours

 

  • Special dietary requirements, meal choices etc.

 

 

 

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