Ubud Tanah Lot Sunset Tours

Cultural & Theme Tours in Indonesia

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This tours is very exiting to explore the traditional village with it social activities and culture from the local community. It is wonderful trip to see the Balinese life with full of culture and art. Also we visit monkey forest with small tropical forest where you can see the group of monkey. Taman ayun temple and Tanah lot temple is exiting tours to visit the temple on the rock with breathtaking view of sunset. Itineraries 09.00 am Pick up at hotel09.45 am Celuk ( gold and silver village)11.00 am Coffee plantation11.45 am Monkey forest14.30 pm Taman Ayun Temple17.00 pm Tanah lot sunset19.00 pm back to hotel
We will pick you up at the hotel according to the specified hours and next ready to visit the place as follow First stop at Celuk Villgae most of which spesialize in the gold and silver jewelry for which Celuk is the island’s undisputed center. Turning left off the main road in the center of the village you can enter a maze of back alleys where from almost every household emanates the sounds of hammering, chiseling, and filing as people work to supply these shops with nsmall masterpieces, and to fulfill large export orders. Second trip stop  Coffee Luwak or civet coffee is coffee made from coffee berries which have been eaten by civet and passed trough the digestive track Asian Palm Civet . One collected , the beans are processed hygienically, and only baked half cooked and then pounded with a trough so as not to spoil the taste. Kopi luwak process occurs on the island of Bali, Java and Sumatra in the Indonesia Archipelago. Next to the Ubud’s Monkey Forest was once infamous for it’s menacing monkeys, who would snatch valuables from unwitting tourists, or approach them aggressively. Since 2002, however, the forest has been under the management of a local organization devoted to the preservation and care of the forest and it’s furry denizens. Taman Ayun Temple next stop this is probally the largest existing Balinese house temple, built in the middle of the 18th century by Mengwi’s greatest king, Cokorda Munggu. He moved the center of the kingdom from Kapal to the village of Mengwi where he founded a new palace, Puri Gede Mengwi, not far from Pura Taman Ayun. The temple is surrounded by a wide moat.  Last trip we go to  Pura Tanah lot, was founded by the 16th-century priest Danghyang Nirarth out of sheer adoration for the natural beauty of the landscape and sunset.

What’s included

  • Fuel surcharge
  • Driver/guide
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Private tour
  • Transport by air-conditioned minivan
  • Transport by private vehicle

What’s not included

  • Entrance fees
  • Food and drinks
  • Lunch
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