Ubud and Tanah Lot Sunset Bali Tours
Tour to Ubud and Tanah Lot Sunset offers you Bali’s artistic heart in Ubud village. Here, all visitors will be pampered by the superb view overlooking the sea, the complete see the Temple which built on the top of rock in the ocean, famous in Bali as the sun set temple.
Firstly we will take you to Ubud Bali’s artistic heart, there is time to browse around the art galleries and craft shops, Monkey Forest, and the ancient king palace of Puri Saren. Next stop is Goa Gajah the elephant cave temple, Taman Ayun the royal family temple, built on year 1634 surrounded by moat with manusa yadnya museum nearby. Afterwards we go to Tanah Lot Temple which built on the top of rock in the ocean, famous in Bali as the sun set temple. Fresh seafood dinner will be served on top of the rock at sea view restaurant around the temple.
- Ubud village (Ancient king palace of Puri Saren)
- Monkey Forest (Padang ategal Ubud)
- Goa Gajah (Elephant Cave)
- Taman Ayun ( Royal family temple)
- Tanah Lot temple (Wonderful sunset)
- Fresh seafood dinner (serve close the temple)
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👉 Ubud Village
Ubud is often regarded as the cultural heart of Bali. “UBUD” is derived from the word “Ubad” which means medicine, as the town supplied medicinal herbs in ancient times. A former principality, Ubud has several palaces and Brahmin mansions, as well as beautiful house built in the Gianyar architectural style.
The modern Balinese art movement began here (see article titled “Painthing”) when artists first began to abandon purely religion and court scenes for scenes of everyday life. Ubud is home to many respected local and western artists.
The cultural image of Ubud is paramount to the best museum in the country. The Puri Lukisan, a Museum of Fine Arts established in the 1950′
👉Monkey Forest at Padang Tegal Ubud
The monkeys within the Sacred Monkey Forest of Padang tegal are commonly called long-tailed macaques. Their scientific name is Macaque fascicular. Macaques are found throughout Southeast Asia and many species of macaques live successfully in areas that are heavily utilized by humans. On Bali, there are Balinese long-tailed macaque troops (populations) that live in areas where they have little to no contact with humans and troops that come into contact with humans on a regular basis.
However, despite the fact that many species of macaques thrive in areas that are heavily utilized by human, there is evidence that the viability of Balinese long-tailed macaques (the ability of macaques to continue to thrive) may be dependent upon the conservation of Bali’s forested areas.
Within long-tailed macaque societies, females are typically born into and remain with a single troop for life. In contrast, adult and sub-adult males may migrate between troops (young adult males typically leave their natal troop between the ages of 4 to 8 years. In order for a migrating adult or sub-adult males to be accepted into a new troop, migrating males must align themselves with a troop’s females and be accepted by those females. Therefore, long-tailed macaque societies or troops are made up of “Matrilines” (“Matri” is a root word that means “mother”).
👉 Goa Gajah (Elephant Cave)
Situated in calm village called Bedulu, Goa Gajah or the Elephant Cave is about 26 kilometers from Denpasar city. The entire place is soothing, surrounded by the beautiful terrace rice fields and Petanu river valley panorama. As one of the enchanting historical sites, Goa Gajah attracts more visitor both local and international coming for sightseeing, worship, or contemplation. Goa Gajah name was derived from ‘Lwa Gajah’ meaning elephant waters and it was the authentic name of Petanu River. Here, we can find the very old Budha statue, three-branching stupa, fountain statues, and many more. The facilities around the site are sufficient to accommodate visitor, such as the parking lot, electricity, telephone, and load of souvenir shops.
👉 Taman Ayun Temple at Mengwi
To reach Pura Taman Ayun you just need to drive for about 18 kilometers to the north from Denpasar city center, precisely in the midway between Denpasar and Singaraja. The site is a Royal Temple of Mengwi Dynasty built in the seventeenth century, boasting the wonderful temple building with typical roof as well as Balinese Architecture. The Pura Taman Ayun means the garden temple in the water. As one of the most prominent temple on the island, the Pura Taman Ayun is respected not only the divinities it was built for the first time for, also this sacred and beautiful temple is built for such great festivals and all religious events
👉 Tanah Lot temple (Nice see the Sunset).
Speaking about Tanah Lot, anyone will think about the beautiful sunset, awesome rocky beach, and graceful beachfront temple. Tanah Lot temple was built around sixteenth century, seeming like an islet surrounded by the sea. Particularly when it comes to sunset in Tanah Lot beach, you will be mesmerized by the magnificent view of the sun descending into the horizon. Located in Tabanan regency, this area is reachable within 30 kilometers from Denpasar. As a must-visit site for all visitors, Tanah Lot also offers abundant of local souvenirs shops to shop at. The area is also renowned for great annual festivals and cultural events.
Start at 9.00 am (approximately 9 hours)
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The price include:
- Transfers from/to hotel by air conditioned vehicle
- English/Japanese speaking tour guide
- Admission fees, donation
- Parking fees
- Meal specified on tour itinerary
- All prices are net per person
- Children aged from 3-12 years old
- Other personal expenses are not included and will be on personal account.
- The price above is valid until 31 July 2020
- Personal expenses
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