Arrive Bali meet & greet by representative get transfer to hotel-Over night at hotel
Breakfast at hotel Most tourists fly into Denpasar and immediately travel onwards to b or Canggu. Ever think you might just be missing out? Newsflash: Denpasar is home to excellent museums and markets worth a visit. We’re taking you on a day tour of the Balinese capital stopping at the following points of interest:
Monument Bajra Sandi: Built in 1987, this monument details the struggles of the Balinese throughout history. From the Dutch occupation to countless natural disasters, life hasn’t always been smooth sailing for the locals. This attractive monument built in traditional Balinese style is the ideal place to learn more.
Badung Food Market: Next we’ll take a Bali food tour at this authentic market, a far cry from the smoothie bowls of Canggu cafes. Here you’ll find traditional Balinese dishes including nasi goreng, gado gado and nasi campur. Your guide will help you pick out the best bits!
Kumbasari Art Market: This enormous Bali market is busy, local and quite the experience. The prices are well below the tourist markets in Bali, so make sure to get your colourful handicrafts here.
Bali Museum: Detailing Balinese history and displaying countless works of Indonesian art, this is an unmissable stop for culture vultures visiting Denpasar. You’ll have 1.5 hours to tour the gallery, expanding your understanding of Bali.
Werdhi Budaya Art Centre: Our final stop of the tour will be this colourful art centre and cultural complex. Here you can see works of art, learn about Balinese handicrafts and even catch cultural shows. Overnight at Hotel
Breakfast at hote- Day is free at Leisure – While Bali could keep you entertained for weeks or even months, why see just one Indonesian island when you could see two? The craggy cliffs and clear waters of Nusa Penida make it a favourite among travellers in search of something more raw.
We’re taking you on a tour of the island’s eastern highlights by speed boat and air-conditioned shuttle. During our day in paradise, we’ll make the following stops:
Thousand Island Viewpoint: After cruising turquoise waters from Bali to Nusa Penida and boarding our vehicle for the day, we’ll reach the island’s most enchanting viewpoint. From here you’ll see countless islands, sweeping cliffs and, if you’re lucky, marine life the likes of turtles and manta rays.
Nusa Penida Tree House: Locally known as Rumah Pohon, this cosy cabin with a thatched roof benefits from its high vantage point. Climb a ladder up the tree trunk for the best panoramic views Nusa Penida can offer.
Teletubbies Hill: The rolling green hills of Nusa Penida will remind those who have been to the Philippines of beautiful Bohol. Like a giant tapestry stretching as far as the eye can see, this is the spot to snap your photos for the day.
Diamond Beach or Atuh Beach: After a busy day of sightseeing, we’ll stop for afternoon chills on one of Nusa Penida’s white sand beaches. Popular Diamond Beach and hidden Atuh Beach both have their charms. While Diamond Beach is better for snorkelling, Atuh is a serene hidden gem.
After lunch, we’ll b egin the scenic boat ride back to Nusa Penida, looking out for sea life as we go. You’ll arrive home happy and windswept by late afternoon. Over night at Hotel
Breakfast at hotel-Keen to see the cultural side of beautiful Bali? There’s certainly a wide array of much-loved UNESCO sites both natural and man-made. On this tour, we’ll take you to the top spots for culture vultures including the following.
Pura Taman Ayun: This royal water temple dating back to 1694 is one of the holiest places in Bali. Lotus flowers drift in serene pools and locals travel from far and wide to worship the Hindu gods.
Pura Ulun Danu Bratan: Recognise this iconic temple? You might have seen it on the 50,000 IDR banknote. Dedicated to the goddess of water, it features ornate shrines spread across small islands. A cultural complex is well worth visiting!
Jatiluwih Rice Terraces: Keen to dodge the crowds at Tegalalang? This lesser-trodden set of rice terraces is just as picturesque but far quieter than their famous counterpart. Snap your photos and soak up the surroundings.
Tanah Lot Temple Sunset: Nestled on a jutting rock formation out at sea, Tanah Lot is one of Bali’s most iconic and photographed spots. Watching the sun sink behind the temple on a Tanah Lot tour is on almost every Bali bucket list! Overnight at Hotel
Breakfast at hotel- check out and fly back home after memorable trip
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