Bali One Day Tour 13 Hours
The journey will take you discover Bali's unique cultural heritage and scenic natural surroundings.
From its spectacular nature scenery, rice terraces, waterfall, active volcano view, traditional Balinese dances, beach, and glorious sunset.
The best attraction and several popular places of Bali are covered on this Bali One Day Tour Itinerary such as; Barong Dance, Art Villages, Tegenungan Waterfall, Kintamani Volcano, Tirta Empul Temple, Tegalalang Rice Terrace, Ubud, and Jimbaran beach.
Our Bali One Day Tour Package is included of all the entrance fees, tickets, donations, mineral water, taxes, lunch, dinner, and privately comportable air-conditioned car with knowledgeable Balinese English speaking driver/guide.
❀ Bali One Day Tour 13 Hours Itinerary
Pick up time 08.30 AM | Duration 13 hours
Be picked up from your hotel by a Bali Cheapest Tours driver, sit back, and relax as you journey through the Balinese countryside.
Start to stop at Batubulan village is formerly as an agriculture village supported by the craft of stone carving.
This village is relying the potential of art, strategic location and the open village network from locally, nationally until globally so that this village growth as an interested and famous tourism object in Bali.
While there, watch the lively Barong dance, a piece of Balinese mythology with ornate costumes, traditional dancing, and unique musical instruments.
Barong is probably the most well known dance. It is also another story telling dance, narrating the fight between good and evil.
This dance is the classic example of Balinese way of acting out mythology, resulting in myth and history being blended into one reality.
The story goes that Rangda, the mother of Erlangga, the King of Bali in the tenth century, was condemned by Erlangga's father because she practiced black magic.
After she became a widow, she summoned all the evil spirits in the jungle, the leaks and the demons, to come after Erlangga.
A fight occurred, but she and her black magic troops were too strong that Erlangga had to ask for the help of Barong. Barong came with Erlangga's soldiers, and fight ensued.
Rangda casted a spell that made Erlangga soldiers all wanted to kill themselves, pointing their poisoned keris into their own stomachs and chests.
Barong casted a spell that turned their body resistant to the sharp keris. At the end, Barong won, and Rangda ran away.
After enjoy that great show for 1 hour you will taken to Tohpati village which is widely known as the center of handmade Balinese Batik weaving. Batik is a traditional form of painting fabric.
They painstakingly use dots and lines from wax to decorate the cloth. It is very impressive to watch. It would be impossible to visit or live in Indonesia and not be exposed to one of the country's most highly developed art forms.
Next stop at Celuk Village is famous for producing high-grade gold and silver handicrafts, particularly jewelry. Located in Sukawati District, Gianyar Regency, Bali.
The silver and gold shops line the roads approximately 10km northeast from Denpasar.
While these items are found in stores throughout the island, a visit to Celuk Village gives travelers a chance to see goldsmiths and silversmiths in action.
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 jewelry, either as souvenirs or export commodities are produced in this village includes variation type of rings, necklaces, earrings, hairpins, brooch and others.
In addition to this, the artisans at the village are responding to the market demands and also produce the modern products such as medal, models and culture symbols.
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 Tegenungan Waterfall is one of the most famous waterfall in Bali, that located in the south of Ubud.
The waterfall is isolated but has become a popular tourist attraction to explore and relax.
You can pose for photos or even take a dip in the clean, freshwater pool constantly supplied by the gushing fall.
There is a small wooden bridge across the stream that gives visitors access to more stairs if they desire to climb up to the top of the falls and peek over the edge.
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 volcano, is a name of countryside located in the hill and the beautiful panorama surround it.
We can see beautiful panorama from Kintamani to overview the active volcano of Mount Baturand wide Lake of Batur in a valley.
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.
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 the Tegalalang Rice Terrace 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.
The scenes of rice paddies involving the subak (traditional Balinese cooperative irrigation system), which according to history, was passed down by a revered holy man named Rsi Markandeya in the eighth century.
Don’t miss the Love Bali sign!. Admittedly this is pretty hard to miss considering it’s right at the start of the rice fields.
However a visit to Tegalalang wouldn’t be quite complete without a photo at the I Love Bali sign with Tegalalang rice fields as the backdrop.
This place is so picturesque with dazzling views that you would want to take pictures every single minute.
Next 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.
After long jouney is the time for you to enjoy unforgettable dinner experience by the white-sandy beach of Jimbaran beach.
The beach is part of the narrow isthmus connecting the Bali mainland and the Bukit Peninsula.
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 sauces, before heading back to your hotel.
❀ Bali One Day Tour Highlights
- Watch the lively performance Barong dance
- Explore traditional artisan villages, Mas and Celuk
- Visit to the holy spring temple of Tirta Empul
- Marvel at the majestic volcanic mountain of Batur and it's lake
- Walking tour into the local Coffee farm
- Panoramic views of Tegenungan waterfall, and Tegalalang rice terrace
- Distinct architecture of the royal palace Puri Saren Agung
- Explore Ubud art market
- Romantich beach dinner at Jimbaran bay
US $ 50
- Comfortable air-conditioned car with English speaking guide and driver
- Entrance fees and tickets
- Mineral water
- Government tax
- Above price quoted per person in US dollar
- A minimum of 2 (two) adult per booking is required
- Child; 4 - 11 years old at 50% off
- Child below 4 years old are complimentary
- The tour are in private, that mean there is no other participant, just only you and your companion
- The payment can be made in cash either US $, AS $, MYR, EURO, Rupiah or other currencies based on the latest exchange rates
- Credit card are acceptable with additional 3% surcharge for Bank tax
- Get special discount for group booking
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