Goa Lawah Bat Cave, a small, old temple which is of great significance to the Balinese. It is situated in a small opening in a limestone cliff and is home to thousand of bats.
Tenganan, the village of the Bali Aga people who are descendants of the original Balinese. Unlike other Balinese villages Tenganan has unique architecture where traditional houses line up around the central road. The villagers sell Ikat textiles and lontar palm strips.
Taman Tirta Gangga, an impressive water palace built in 1945 and damaged in 1963 during the eruption of Gunung Agung. Today the palace and its surrounding swimming pools have been carefully renovated and the immaculate gardens with their impressive stone statues invite for a leisurely stroll. After visiting the water palace, we will drive through a large area of beautiful rice paddies and stop to take pictures.
Sidemen, a center of culture and arts, especially known for its traditionally woven batik clothes. The area offers marvelous rice paddy scenery and has a delightful rural character.
9 - 10 hours
Rp 800.000,- for 2 Adults
Rp 900.000,- for 3 Adults Or A Family Of 2 Adults And 2 Children.
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- Required Balinese Dress For Temple Visits
- Lunch At A Local Restaurant
- Personal Expenses For Souvenirs
- All Other Expenses Not Explicitly Mentioned Above.