Ubud and Tanah Lot Cultural Tour

 

Get an overview of Balinese culture on this private day trip that showcases the beautiful scenery of Bali. This tour to take you to explore the country side visit Tohpati village  which is well known for Batik workshop to get insite into the creative process of the unique fabric and also hand woven of Balinese traditional fabric can bee seen in this place with various motif.

Take the journey to Batuan village  to show you Balinese traditional compound house that follows a strict ancient architectural guide which is  a blend of Hindu and Buddhist beliefs. It’s believed to give the householder harmony and prosperity.

Drive to Mas village is home of wood carvers artist where you will see the wood carver artist  express their art  imagination on wood and processed it by talented hand and  become the high value  art work. They make various incredible art work like statues, relief  etc.

Then proceed to north of Ubud to witness the stunning terraces rice field  at Tegalalang village.

In this tour we introduce you interesting local plantations such as coffee, cloves, coco etc. Here you will see the process how to make the coffee powder traditionally using the wood fire. Luwak coffee (civet coffee) is well know in the island it’s made of the coffee bean that has been eaten by the Asian palm civet animal then passed through its digestive tract. The price of this type coffee is quite expensive due to the taste is wonderful.

Take the journey to the south coast to complete the last visit  to Tanah Lot temple is one of Bali’s most landmarks famed for its unique offshore setting and sunset backdrops especially on clear weather.

TOUR ITINERARY

  • 08:30 – Pick up from the hotel in area Nusa Dua, Jimabaran, Kuta, Legian, Seminyak, Sanur and Ubud
  • 09:30 – Visit Tohpati Village
  • 10:30 – Visit Balinese traditional compound house
  • 11:30 – Visit Mas Village
  • 12:30 – Visit Tegalalang Village
  • 13:30 – Visit local plantation
  • 17:00 – visit Tanah Lot temple

Note:

The above timing as the guideline ( approximately )  and it is subject to change depends on the traffic and time spending at each destination.