Bali Tour and Experience
Bali Archaeology Sites Tour

archaeology

Bali Archaeology Sites Tour, An interesting tour to discover the real Balinese culture and origin. Start your day by visiting Goa Gajah Temple, this former Buddhist Monastery dates back to the 11th century, located on the banks of Petanu river. Continuing to Gunung Kawi Temple, one of Bali’s most unique archaeological sites, comprising a collection of ancient shrine reliefs carved into the face of a rock cliff.  Continuing to Coffee Plantation and Spice Garden, witness traditional car coffee processing and other herbal drink. The last stop is Tegalalang rice terrace for a scenic view of Bali rice terrace.

Highlight:

Visiting archeology sites in Bali in one day of tour

Visiting Goa Gajah Temple, a Buddhist Monastery dates back to the 11th century

Visiting Gunung Kawi Temple, another archelogy sites that you should not miss

Visiting coffee plantation and spice garden

Enjoying the breathtaking view of Tegalalang Rice Terrace

Tour itinerary:

  1. Goa Gajah Temple
  2. Gunung Kawi
  3. Coffee Plantation
  4. Lunch at Local Restaurant
  5. Tegalalang Rice Terrace
  6. Back to Hotel 

Price: USD 30/person (min. 2 people)

Price inclusion: 

  1. Comfortable car with AC and petrol 
  2. English speaking driver 
  3. Mineral water during tour 
  4. FREE Wifi in the car  
  5. FREE Bali gift 
  6. Entrance ticket and parking 

Price exclusion: 

  1. Driver tipping 
  2. Meals (lunch or dinnner) 
  3. Personal expenses 
Bali World Heritage Site Tour

world heritage in Bali

Bali World Heritage Site Tour, There is no better option of tours you can take in Bali than a "World Heritage Site Tour", a great combination of tour that will bring you into an impressive tour in Bali. Start your day by visiting Taman Ayun Royal Family Temple which is listed as UNESCO world heritage site in 2002. This temple complex boasts magnificent traditional architectural features throughout its courtyards and enclosures as well as expansive garden landscapes comprised of lotus and fish ponds. Continuing by visiting Subak Museum, one of the best place to see and learn about Balinese traditional agriculture collections or farming tools, Balinese traditional irrigation system as well as the processing of paddy from start to finish. Jatiluwih rice terrace will be the last site of world heritage in Bali to visit. It is listed as UNESCO world heritage site in 2012. When you come to this rice terrace at the first, you will be amazed by the breathtaking view of rice terrace unfolding from the foot of mountain until the coastal side. Take a chance to walk around the rice terrace and feel the fresh air.

Highlight:

Visiting world heritage sites in Bali.

Visiting Taman Ayun Royal Family Temple which was listed as UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2002.

Visiting Subak Museum and learn more about irrigation in Bali.

Visiting Jatiluwih Rice Terrace which was listed as UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2012 and enjoy the breathtaking view of the largest rice terrace in Bali. 

 

Tour itinerary:

  1. Taman Ayun Temple
  2. Subak Museum
  3. Jatiluwih Rice Terrace
  4. Lunch at Local Restaurant  
  5. Tanah Lot Temple
  6. Back to Hotel 

 

Price: USD 41/person (min. 2 people)

Price inclusion: 

  1. Comfortable car with AC and petrol 
  2. English speaking driver 
  3. Mineral water during tour 
  4. FREE Wifi in the car  
  5. FREE Bali gift 
  6. Entrance ticket and parking 

 

Price exclusion: 

  1. Driver tipping 
  2. Meals (lunch or dinner) 
  3. Personal expenses 
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