Enjoy a private full-day silver making class departing from your hotel in Bali. Your tour will take you to the Celuk area which is well known as a silver making village. You will be able to grow your skills as you discover the silver making process. The Balinese experts will show you how to produce a piece of art through a silver making class. (Lunch is at your expense on this tour). • Instant Confirmation • Free hotel pickup and drop-off included • Snacks and Beverages included • Perfect introduction for first-time visitors • Private tour is operated with just your party and a guide/drive • See the Tegenungan Waterfall, Goa Gajah Temple • Explore the Tegalalang rice terraces
Visit: Bali Tour Holiday, Ubud, Gianyar Regency, BaliYour private full-day silver making class begins when you are picked up from your hotel in Bali. A long time ago like most crafts in Bali, silver making was a family business, passed on from one generation to another. Each family has their own secret unique design and today you will uncover one of their prime heirlooms. You will be picked up from your hotel in the morning and taken the Celuk Area to start your day of creative experiences. Upon arrival meet with the artist who will guide you through each step of the silver making production process from design into a wearable art. With the 10 grams of silver that is included in the cost of the workshop, it is sufficient enough to create a gorgeous ring, exotic pendant or a pair of stunning earrings. Leaving the rice terraces, head to a nearby coffee plantation where you’ll get an introduction to the island’s local blends. Sample some Bali beans including the island’s famous “Kopi Luwak” made from coffee fruit that has been eaten and passed by the civet cat. After collecting and cleaning the beans, they’re then processed into a gourmet brew that is highly prized among coffee aficionados. Before you have your lunch, have a short trek to the magical rice terraces in Tegalalang village. There, you can see the local farmers in their daily activities.Enjoy your lunch at a small place inside the jungle with a valley view and rice field view. 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. Just outside Ubud, it has become a destination for travelers making their way between Bali’s sandy beaches, towering mountains, and steaming volcanoes. Tegenungan Waterfall is a true paradise for travelers seeking to escape the rush of Bali’s city streets and urban centers. Its raging waters tumble over black stone cliffs into a quiet pool that’s perfect for swimming, soaking and relaxing. Travelers can lounge on the rocks, soak up the sun or wander the trails that lead to epic views from atop Tegenungan. With a history dating back more than 1,000 years, one of Bali’s holiest Hindu sites (and most popular attractions) is a grotto covered in carvings of mythological creatures. While Goa Gajah (Elephant Cave) has uncertain origins, it's believed that Hindu priests dug it out by hand to use as a hermitage. Finally, we drive back and reach your hotel at around 19.00. .