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KINTAMANI & UBUD RICE TERRACE TOUR

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BARONG & KERIS DANCE – ART VILLAGES- WATERFALL – COFFEE PLANTATION – KINTAMANI VOLCANO – CEKING RICE TERRACE – UBUD MONKEY FOREST

Bali Tour start at 8.30 AM

We offer an excellent combination trip will show you the most popular places in Bali, starting by visiting BATUBULAN VILLAGE to see the magical of  Barong & Keris Dance Performance. After the show we will take you to TOHPATI VILLAGE as the center of Batik hand weaving ( to see the processing ), then to CELUK VILLAGE for gold and silver smith, then to visit BATUAN VILLAGE to see local houses of painters, continue to TEGENUNGAN WATERFALL. Afterwards drive up to KAYUAMBA VILLAGE to explore the peacefully spices garden and have taste the original BALI’S COFFEE ( Luwak coffee and the processing of Bali coffee ). Your lunch will be serve at KINTAMANI overlooks to BATUR VOLCANO & it’s crater lake. Then visit the Most Beautiful of Rice Terrace at CEKING TEGALALANG is the next stop. The last  stop at UBUD town to visiting MONKEY FOREST or UBUD PALACE.

Minimum 2 persons

Price :

1 – 2 Person  USD 80  / person

3 – 4 Person USD 75  / person

5 – 6 Person USD 60 / person

BALI TOUR PACKAGE ALL INCLUDED,,,,

 


TERMS & CONDITIONS OF BALI TOUR

1. Tour price included : Government tax & service, Full AC vehicle, tour driver, all entrance ticket, Meal ( lunch at Kintamani volcano ), mineral water in the car,petrol for the car,parking fees and free sarong when entering the temple.

2. Participant minimum 2 person is required join on the tour. Single traveler will be added 50 % from the price , children 5 – 10 years old get off 25 % from the price.

3. All of our Bali tour package are in private car.

Payment method by cash on the beginning of the tour

Cancellation fees 50 %

 

Spectacular Rice Terrace in Bali

One of the most spectacular rice field terraces is Tegallalang rice terrace / Ceking rice terrace / Ubud rice terrace, just about 15 minutes drive outside of Ubud. Surrounding gorge full of rice fields has over the years attracted many photographers who captured its images on film and photos. Overtime Tegallalang rice fields became an attraction in itself. Even though a lot of rice fields surrounding Ubud have been converted, terrace rice fields still remain the most popular feature of Bali landscapes. Most of them have been created around 9th century and engineered by the Balinese themselves using water coming from the mountains. The result are step, garden like terraces designed on hillsides and mountain edges with irrigation channels that keep them wet all year round.

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