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Optional Tour

Bedugul Jatiluwih

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Visit Taman Ayun, one of the largest national temple in Bali. Located in Mengwi, it was built centuries ago. Lunch is served at the famous Pacung Hotel and Restaurant, one of the highest points, the best place to view gorgeous rice terraces while enjoying meal at Pacung Restaurant. Drive back to hotel passing over Jatiluwih's rice terraces along the way. Afterward, see the monkey forest of Alas Kedaton and Bedugul by the lakeside of Lake Bratan, where Ulun Danu Temple stands.

Besakih Temple Tour

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Coming to Bali without visiting this mother temple of Bali is not complete. "Besakih" temple is famous through all over the world. This largest temple in Bali is situated on the slope of Sacred Mt. Agung. You will be led to visit:
- Lunch at Bukit Jambul Rice field Terraces view
- Goa Gajah or Elephant Cave in Bedulu, Gianyar
- Kertagosha or Hall of Justice in Klungkung
- Ubud Village, Mas Village and Celuk Village
- The Great Besakih Temple in Slope of Mount Agung

Denpasar City Tour + Bali Bird Park

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See and admire the beautiful creatures at Bali Bird Park, where more than 1000 species of birds live together in harmony under the tropical sun, peacefully away from the hustle and bustle of the city.

Explore Taman Budaya, the Art Center of Bali, a museum and place for perfoming arts. Then, shop at Kumbasari food and art market at the heart of Denpasar (Badung Regency).

Kecak + Legong Dance Special Package

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Only with this tour you can see two Balinese dances together in one package. Watch Kecak Dance, visit the Batik Home Industry at Tohpati, and see the Legong Dance in Sanur while enjoying a sumptuous Indonesian style dinner.

Kintamani Tour

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After watching the 'Barong Dance', visit Celuk with its gold and silver workmanship and then Batuan, the center of wood carving in Bali. You will also visit Kintamani a scenic plateau on which Mount Batur rests and have lunch there to enjoy the view. Explore Goa Gajah (the elephant cave), built in 11th Century. A spring inside the cave is sacred to the Balinese Hindu, as it becomes the source of holy water.

On the return journey to hotel, you will be taken through Tegallalang, where rice terraces are naturally arranged in a geometric, magnificent settings.

Mount Batur Climbing Tour

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Climb Mount Batur in Kintamani and watch sunrise from the mountain top! Mount Batur (1717m) sunrise tour includes hotel transfers, guide [only English], breakfast and small bottled mineral water, insurance USD 10,000. Minimum 2 persons per departure.

Singaraja + Lovina Tour

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Travel to Bali's north section, Singaraja and Lovina. Moving toward Singaraja, stop over at Gitgit waterfall. Pass through the rice terraces in Bedugul and the calm and cool Lake Bratan, where the beautiful Ulun Danu Temple is.

Close to the city is the famous Lovina Beach and a hot spring at Banjar Tegal. Arriving at Singaraja, take a tour at the over 600 years old city, used to be Bali's main port and capital in the colonial age.

Tanah Lot + Bedugul Tour

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Visiting the remnants of the Old Royal Family Temple of Taman Ayun in Mengwi, tamed monkeys in Alas Kedaton, Bedugul, Lake Bratan, and well-known Hindu Temple of Tanah Lot. Lunch will be served in Baturiti.

Tanah Lot + Sunset Dinner with Balinese Dance Tour

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Drive to Tanah Lot, the second largest national temple in Bali. See if you can catch a glimpse of the mythical snake living under and guarding the temple. Get that camera ready for a scenic capture on the great temple bathed in the golden afternoon sun.

When the sun has returned to its resting place, satisfy your taste buds with tasty, delicious Indonesian meal and watch a Balinese dance performance.

Tenganan Village (Karangasem) Tour

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The Kerta Gosa palace in Klungkung, built in the 18th century for the Kings of Klungkung, is a magnificent place surrounded by water, full of history told passed on from one generation to the next. Traveling to the famous Kusamba, cave in to Goa Lawah Temple, inhabited by many bats and sacred to the local people. Visit Tirta Gangga, the palace of Karang Asem kingdom. See the marvelous structures and the relief on the walls and ceilings. Lunch at a local restaurant in Candidasa.

Ubud + Tegallalang + Taro Elephant Park

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Begin the tour with visits to Tohpati's Batik Industry, Celuk with its gold and silver produces, and the woodcraft center. On the way back to hotel, view the magnificent, geometric, and breathtaking Tegallalang rice terrace along the road. Stop for lunch at a restaurant in Ubud before heading off to Taro, the elephant safari park.

Ubud + Tegallalang Tour

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Stop for lunch at a restaurant in Ubud, after which appreciate painting collections at fine arts museum, before heading off to monkey forest and return to hotel.

Begin the tour with visits to Tohpati's Batik Industry and Celuk with its gold and silver produces. Get on to the woodcraft center, view the magnificent, geometric, and breathtaking Tegallalang rice terrace.

Uluwatu Temple + Jimbaran Cafe Tour

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Watch the evening sunsets at Uluwatu Temple and enjoy a sumptuous meal afterward at the new Jimbaran Cafe! Specializing in seafood, dine at the beach with Southern Bali's night view. After meal, you will be taken back to the hotel. (available only for hotels in Sanur, Kuta, Nusa Dua and Jimbaran areas).

Uluwatu Temple + Kecak Dance Dinner Tour

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Visit Uluwatu Temple, which stands 70m on the cliff overlooking the bay. From there watch the rough seas of the Indian ocean rush forward, hitting the rocks beneath the cliff, and in the background, a beautiful sunset colors the sky orange as it slowly disappears away, replaced by the moon at night.

Kecak Dance is performed to accompany your dining experience. Feel the atmosphere! Moving on, prepare for a delightful dinner in the most southern part of Bali at Bali Cliff Resort, with its lovely pool which is blended with the Indian ocean.

Komodo Packages

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Komodo Packages

Komodo is a small island of 280 square km located between the islands of Sumba and Flores. The island is almost all hill and barren except for palm trees and some wood but it is famous for is giant lizards which are considered the last of their kind remaining in the world today.

Flores Packages

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Flores Packages

This island occupied by 1.8 million people, consist of several tribes who have their own language, custom and costumes. They have different traditional villages and houses, dances and hand weavings. They are 95% Roman Catholic. Flores is located to the East from BALI, 2 hours by Fokker-27 or one hour 15 minutes by F-28, is a volcanic chain (it has 12 active volcanoes).

Papua Packages

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PAPUA is the other name for Irian Jaya and it is administratively dedicated by Indonesian Government in year 2002 for the indigenous people in the island. This Eastern Province is part of one of the world‘s last frontiers and almost totally covered in tropical rainforest. IRIAN JAYA is the western half of New Guinea. It became part of Indonesia in 1963 when it was acquired from the Dutch and is Indonesia’s largest Province. It is 421.981 square km, mainly jungle.