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This boutique retreat is encompassed by tropical greenery in the picturesque village of Kedewatan, Ubud. It anticipates the needs of modern travelers with just 56 Deluxe Suites housed within Three blocks overlooking a timeless landscape of mature trees and swaying coconut palms. Each block has its own rooftop pool with a sundeck and themed dining outlet an additional 8 Pool View Suites are located in another wing with easy access to the main swimming pool. Our Jungle Retreat hotel hosts two restaurants: Tamiang Restaurant is an inviting space elevated high for a bird’s eye view over the surrounding environment. It specializes in traditional Indonesian cuisine and introduces guests to the exotic tastes of the archipelago. Alternatively, Oishi Tei satisfies appetites with a menu of traditional Japanese favorites including fresh sushi and classic bento boxes. Even while operating independently, guests staying at Jungle Retreat Hotel are welcome to use the facilities at the adjacent Kupu Kupu Barong. This extends to La View Restaurant for cuisine that marries French sophistication with the flavours of Asia. Body and beauty treatments can also be enjoyed at the award-winning Mango Tree Spa by L’Occitane. Jungle Retreat Hotel is staffed by a team of professionals and hospitality is second to none.  Guests can continue to expect the same level of impeccable service that is available at Kupu Kupu Resorts in Bali and Thailand.       asia-awards   asia-awards
Kintamani Volcano

 

•Goa Gajah or the famous Elephant Cave. It overlooks the Petanu River and showcases a Siwaitic rock-cut cave, a bathing place,a monks’ chamber, a number of Buddhist rock cut stupas and statues and several foundations. It is known as the 11th century Buddhist hermitage.

•Gunung Kawi is famous for its complex rock cut monument dating from the late 11th century. It is one of Bali’s ancient and largest monuments and consists of 10 rock-cut candi (shrines) – memorials cut out of the rock face in imitation of actual statues.

•Tampaksiringand its holy water spring temple dates from centuries. The water is believed to have magic curative powers and is a place to purify our self from the bad influences in life. The water that comes out from the shower is believed to eliminate all kind of diseases including adverse effect in the human life and give the new holy spirits.

•Temen Village, is a very well-known area for Bali spices alongside with coffee and vanilla plantation.

•The Volcano, still active, has a very spectacular view overlooking the widest lake in Bali known as Danu Batur.

•Tegallalang, located north of Ubud, isa must do and very famous for its unique panorama offering a spectacular view on rice terraces.

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Kintamani – Besakih

 

•Goa Gajah, the famous Elephant Cave. It Overlooks the Petanu River and consists of a siwaitic rock-cut cave, a bathing place, Buddhist statues and several foundations. It is known as the 11th century Buddhist hermitage.

•Tampaksiring and its holy water spring temple dates from centuries. The water is believed to have magic curative powers and is a place to purify our self from the bad influences in life. The water that comes out from the shower is believed to eliminate all kind of diseases including adverse effect in the human life and give the new holy spirits.

•Temen Village, is a very well-known area for Bali spices alongside with coffee and vanilla plantation.

•The Volcano, still active, has a very spectacular view overlooking the widest lake in Bali known as Danu Batur.

•Pura Besakih, nominated as UNESCO World Heritage Site as early as 1995, is considered to be themost important, the largest and holiest temple of Hindu religion in Bali. It is perched nearly 1000 m on the southwestern slope of Mt. Agung, offering a spectacular view over the southern part of Bali. It is an extensive complex of 23 separate but related temples. The significant ceremonies of this temple is the great purification ceremonies of Panca Wali Krama, theoretically held every 10 years and Eka Dasa Rudra every 100 years.

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Bedugul Mountain

 

•Mengwi is a small village that has a glittering history as the capital of a powerful 17th century kingdom and it is the site of an important temple from that era. The once great realm of Mengwi arose with the weakening of Gelgel in east Bali around 1650. The most splendid remainder from Mengwi’s former glory is indisputably the Pura Taman Ayun. This is probably the largest existing Balinese house temple built in the middle of the 18th century by Mengwi’s greatest King.

•Jatiluwihis a small mountain village located on the feet of mount Batukaru. Jatiluwih means “truly marvelous“. It has the most spectacular rice terrace view of the island.

•Pura Luhur Batukaru is a Hindu temple located on the southern slope of Mount Batukaru, Bali’s second-highest volcano. This was the state of the ancestral temple of Tabanan court and each shrine represents a different dynastic ancestor. This temple is one of the nine axial temples sacred to all Hindu Balinese and meant to protect Bali from evil spirits. Standing in front of the newly restored gates, it may take a moment to appreciate this most ancient and sacred site.

•Lake Bratan, located in the mountains near Bedugul, has the best view on a major Shivaite water temple that was built in 1663. The temple is used for offerings ceremony to the Balinese water, lake and river goddess Dewi Danu. Lake Bratan is known as the Lake of Holy Mountain due to the fertility of this area. Located 1200m above sea level, it has a cold tropical climate.

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Tanah Lot Sunset

 

•Ubud Monkey Forest is a sacred Monkey Sanctuary that lies on the southern part of Ubud center. The little forest is inhabited by about 125 of Balinese macaques or otherwise known as long tailed macaques. The three holy temples in the forest were built during the mid-14th century. Pura Dalem Agung is the temple of the dead and is located at the southwestern part of the main forest. The Holy bathing temple is located at the northwest down a long flight of steps above the stream. The third temple is Pura Prajapati at the eastern edge of the main forest alongside a graveyard.

•Art Village Lodtunduh, is well known for the home of painting artists and in the Village of Mas, famous for its wood carving.

•Mengwi is a small village that has a glittering history as the capital of a powerful 17th century kingdom and it is the site of an important temple from that era. The once great realm of Mengwi arose with the weakening of Gelgel in east Bali around 1650. The most splendid remainder from Mengwi’s former glory is indisputably the Pura Taman Ayun. This is probably the largest existing Balinese house temple built in the middle of the 18th century by Mengwi’s greatest King.

•Tanah Lot is a rock formation off Bali Island which was carved with time by incoming tides . Tanah Lot was built around the 16th century by the priest, Dang Hyang Nirartha and is home to the pilgrimage temple Tanah Lot, popular tourist attraction and cultural icon for photography and great sunset location.

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Bali Hideaway

 

•Goa Gajah or the famous Elephant Cave. It overlooks the Petanu River and showcases a Siwaitic rock-cut cave, a bathing place,a monks’ chamber, a number of Buddhist rock cut stupas and statues and several foundations. It is known as the 11th century Buddhist hermitage.

•PuraKehen(Kehen Temple) is the state temple for the regency of Bangli and it is one of Bali’s mort impressive temples, set on a wooded hillside about 2km north of the town center. It is usually referred by people as the miniature version of the mother temple Besakih. It is a terrace up the hillside with 38 steps leading to a beautifully decorated guardian statues entrance of wayang-figures taken from the popular Ramayana story. One of the main pointof attraction in the temple is a big old Banyan Tree that is over 700 years old.

•Pura Besakih, nominated as UNESCO World Heritage Site as early as 1995, is considered to be the most important, the largest and holiest temple of Hindu religion in Bali. It is perched nearly 1000 m on the southwestern slope of Mt. Agung, offering a spectacular view over the southern part of Bali. It is an extensive complex of 23 separate but related temples. The significant ceremonies of this temple is the great purification ceremonies of Panca Wali Krama, theoretically held every 10 years and Eka Dasa Rudra every 100 years.

•The Kerta Gosapavilion at Klungkung Palace, located in the city of Klungkung, is an example of Balinese architecture. It was first build in the early 18th century with primary function in 1945 as a court of law and then became a historical building displaying an array of paintings.

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North Bali

 

•Mengwi is a small village that has a glittering history as the capital of a powerful 17th century kingdom and it is the site of an important temple from that era. The once great realm of Mengwi arose with the weakening of Gelgel in east Bali around 1650. The most splendid remainder from Mengwi’s former glory is indisputably the Pura Taman Ayun. This is probably the largest existing Balinese house temple built in the middle of the 18th century by Mengwi’s greatest King.

•Lake Bratan, located in the mountains near Bedugul, has the best view on a major Shivaite water temple that was built in 1663. The temple is used for offerings ceremony to the Balinese water, lake and river goddess Dewi Danu. Lake Bratan is known as the Lake of Holy Mountain due to the fertility of this area. Located 1200m above sea level, it has a cold tropical climate.

•Gitgit Waterfall is a beautiful tourist destination in north part of Bali not too far from Lovina and the old Island capital Singaraja. It is located in the plateau area at around 35 meters height and is surrounded by tropical rain forest.

•Lovina Beach, west of Singaraja, stretches along 8km of black sandy beach. The name of Lovina was coined by the last king of Buleleng. There are no clear sources or evidence on the genesis of the name Lovina but is interpreted as love contained in the hearts of all people.

•Banjar, is a natural hot spring, located at the heart of Singaraja and, is believed to heal skin disease.

 

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East Bali

 

•Goa Gajah or the famous Elephant Cave. It overlooks the Petanu River and showcases a Siwaitic rock-cut cave, a bathing place,a monks’ chamber, a number of Buddhist rock cut stupas and statues and several foundations. It is known as the 11th century Buddhist hermitage.

•The KertaGosapavilion at Klungkung Palace, located in the city of Klungkung, is an example of Balinese architecture. It was first build in the early 18th century with primary function in 1945 as a court of law and then became a historical building displaying an array of paintings.

•Goa Lawah or Bat Cave is a temple with nature cave dwelt by thousands of tail bat. Legend has it that when Klungkung was ruled from Kusamba, a prince of Mengwi sought refuge here and entered the bat cave. He was not seen again until he emerged nearly 20kms to the north at Pura Besakih. No one has since tried to enter the cave to prove whether it really extends that far.

•Tenganan village is very unique due to its Bali Aga culture that still holds to the original traditions, ceremonies and rules of ancient Balinese. It is also very unique by its village layout and architecture.

•Taman Ujung Water Palace is located in the village of Seraya in Karangasem regency. It is the sister site of Tirta Gangga, also built by the late raja of Karangasem. The complex consists of various large pools and historic structures set against a backdrop of Mount Agung and the eastern shoreline.

•Tirta Gangga meaning Water of Gangga,refers to the scared river of Hindu. The last Raja of Karangasem Anak Agung Anglurah built it around 1948 as one of his three testaments to his obsession with pools, moats and fountains. Tirta Gangga, an elegant palace, was damaged on several occasions including the eruption of Mount Agung in 1963.

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Uluwatu South Bali

 

•Batubulanis an artistic countryside in west part of Gianyar regency and famous for stone work and artistic blessing dance.

•Tohpati village is the center of artistic batik Art Village, about 12kms from Kuta and is most famous for Bali’s Batik Wand Weaving Center.

•Jimbaran beautiful white sand beach is a great place to dine for the best seafood while enjoying spectacular sunset. It is also a great place for markets with fresh produce, local herbs and spices.

•Garuda Wisnu Kencana is a 240 hectares private cultural park at the southern end of the Island. The park is devoted to Hindu god Vishnu and his companion-mount Garuda, the mythical bird.

•Uluwatu Temple is a Hindu sea temple built in the 11th century, set on the cliff bank in the south part of Bali Peninsula and overlooking the Indian Ocean with stunning sunsets.

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Ubud Central Bali

 

•Batubulan is an artistic countryside in west part of Gianyar regency and famous for stone work and artistic blessing dance.

•CelukVillage is famous for its trademark in the form of gold and silver. The village located in Sukawati District, Gianyar Regency has the uniqueness of producing gold and silver handicrafts.

•Bali Bird Park has the largest and finest collection of worldwide birds with more than 250 species of birds from Indonesia archipelago, South America and South Africa.

•Ubud Monkey Forest is a sacred Monkey Sanctuary that lies on the southern part of Ubud center. The little forest is inhabited by about 125 of Balinese macaques or otherwise known as long tailed macaques. The three holy temples in the forest were built during the mid-14th century. Pura Dalem Agung is the temple of the dead and is located at the southwestern part of the main forest. The Holy bathing temple is located at the northwest down a long flight of steps above the stream. The third temple is Pura Prajapati at the eastern edge of the main forest alongside a graveyard.

 

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Half Day

 

•Tegallalang, located north of Ubud, isa must do and very famous for its unique panorama offering a spectacular view on rice terraces.

•Gunung Kawi is famous for its complex rock cut monument dating from the late 11th century. It is one of Bali’s ancient and largest monuments and consists of 10 rock-cut candi (shrines) – memorials cut out of the rock face in imitation of actual statues.

•Tampaksiring and its holy water spring temple dates from centuries. The water is believed to have magic curative powers and is a place to purify our self from the bad influences in life. The water that comes out from the shower is believed to eliminate all kind of diseases including adverse effect in the human life and give the new holy spirits.

•Art Village Lodtunduh, is well known for the home of painting artists and in the Village of Mas, famous for its wood carving.

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Ayung River Trekking

 

The journey starts from Kedewatan where you will walk through the village, visit the local family house, and get a little knowledge about Balinese house compound.
Then, you will pass by the temple with its cemetery more commonly called Pura Prajapati and which is surrounded by grave yard of the village.
After, you will walk down to the Ayung River Valley: from this place you can see spectacular location and views overlooking the river and the rice paddies. We highly recommend that you bring along your camera. Also, you will walk through the local farms where you can be introduced to the local farming system and gain some knowledge of the local vegetation and tropical spices. At the end of the trekking, you will visit Gangsar Cave with the holly spring temple inside and pass by two temples called Pura Desa and Pura Puseh.
Gangsar Cave was a sacred place or temple worshiped by villagers of Kedewatan. They believe this place gives them peaceful life. The length of this cave is approximately 50 meters and the inside consists of fountains and source of water. This water is believed to have the power of curing many kinds of diseases. This place is also used for spiritual healing or meditation for native people.

This place is also referred from the movie “Eat, pray, love”, where Julia Roberts was filmed doing meditation in Gangsar Cave.


1st session: 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
2nd session: 03:00 PM – 06:00 PM

Inclusion: Trekking guide, soft drink, mineral water, cold towel.
What to bring: Hat, T-shirt, short, sport shoes, sun cream, camera.
Recommendation: We suggest to people with walking or health problems not to partake to this activity.

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Sari Organic Trekking

 

The hotel will drop you to Sari Organik trekking starting point at Kajeng street, where your journey starts.
After walking through the village, our guide will safely lead you, for an unforgettable moment, passing the lush rice paddies while enjoying beautiful landscape ahead, with the cool breeze of rural fresh air.
You will be able to see the farmers working at the paddy fields, and discover more of the local flora & fauna. In the middle of the rice paddy field the guide will introduce you to “Subak”. “Subak” is the Balinese name used for the water irrigation system and which was developed in 9th century.
For Balinese, irrigation is not simply providing water for the plant’s roots, but water is used to build a complex pulsed artificial ecosystem. You will then pass a local organic plantation and will be introduced to organic farming. At the end of your trip and before being taken back to the hotel by car, you will enjoy complimentary drinks in Sari Organic restaurant, with its breathtaking view.


Inclusion:Trekking guide, mineral water, cold towel, complimentary drink, drop off and pick up from the hotel.
What to bring: Hat, T-shirt, short, sport shoes, sun cream, camera.
Recommendation: We suggest to people with walking or health problems not to partake to this activity.

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Ubud Nature Cycling Tour

 

Join one of the “MUST DO” activities in the heart of Ubud. Feel the spirit of Bali nature with our enjoyable cycling route (made for all ages). With a professional cycling guide, we allow you to experience Bali traditional life style and be part of the original and daily Balinese farming ritual. The 12 km route passes through a traditional village where you can enjoy the wonderful Balinese countryside life. Your professional cycling guide will escort you through 3 hours of tour. Along the route you will visit a Balinese rice plantation, traditional village and temple, rice paddies terrace and meet the happy and friendly people in the village. You can ask your guide to stop for a moment in any of the amazing places along the way for rest, photography, or make a fantastic film for unforgettable memories.


Destinations:Bunutan village, Tanggayuda village, icefield, Keliki village, Kelusa village.
Inclusion:Cycling guide, mineral water, helmet, cold towel, soft drink, drop off and pick up from the hotel.
What to bring:Hat, T-shirt, short, sport shoes, sun cream, camera.
Recommendation:We suggest to people with walking or health problems not to partake to this activity.

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Cooking class

 

Discover how to cook authentic Balinese dishes from Kupu Kupu Barong Chef. Throughout the class, you will be guided into the many secrets and flavors of Bali and at the same time, discover the unique experience of Balinese food and traditional home cooking which you cannot find in your country. The participants will take part in the preparation of all dishes and after the program finished, to enjoy the prepared lunch at our restaurant.
This exciting program is ideal for the enthusiastic couple who would like to explore more than just beautiful sights of the island god or home cooks interested to get a new experience in cooking. It is especially designed for all who simply look for fun and to bring home more than just a few picture from our magic island.
Items prepared in Cooking Class:
AYAM PELALAH SALAD : shreeded grilled chicken with balinese sambal matah,cherry tomato, bean sprout, coriander & prawn with clear balinese broth soup with julienne vegetables
UDANG MEKUAH : clear prawn soup
PEPES IKAN : Steamed fish fillet, Balinese paste, coriander leaves and tomato wrapped with banana leaves
SATE LILIT : Balinese chicken minced skewer with lemongrass stick
DADAR GULUNG : Crepes with glassed chili strawberry


Approximate Itinerary
10.00 AM Cooking Class 11.30 AM Final touches made 12.15 PM Enjoy lunch Poolside while you feast on your morning efforts with a traditional Indonesian lunch!

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Water Rafting

 

The Ayung River is Bali’s most spectacular and great fun filled rapids set to a backdrop of wild unspoiled rain forest lowering gorges and magnificent waterfall. Professional guide will safely guide you through 11km of 28 exciting class II & III rapids which is suitable for guests between the ages of 7 to 65 years.
Safety Standards:
Your safety is always our top priority. Guides are trained to the standards of the American Whitewater Affiliation. They have completed the swift water rescue technician course and they are also proficient in CP and first Aid to enhance your safety.
Inclusion:
Air-Conditioned return Hotel transfer in Ubud Area, professional trained guides, all safety equipment, water proof bag, lunch with free mineral water, cold/hot shower, towel, shampoo, body soap and insurance coverage.


Pick Up Time from Kupu Kupu Barong:
Morning rafting (A) : between 8.45 – 9.15 AM
Morning rafting (B) : between 9.45 – 10.15 AM
Afternoon rafting : between 01.15 – 01.45 PM
Recommendation: We suggest to people with walking or health problems not to partake to this activity.

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Chocolate Elephant Ride

 

First discover how chocolate is made. You will be taken through each steps of the chocolate making process from the cacao tree to raw cacao, fermenting and roasting of the beans, and the final transformation into delicious chocolate. You will taste raw cacao, cocoa nibs and handmade Bali chocolate before making your own chocolate elephants to take home.
Befriend a great Sumatran elephant on Adventurer Elephant Trek! Safely perched on the broad back of this majestic giant, plunge into a verdant tropical landscape, catching glimpses of chattering monkeys and colorful birds, as the trail follows the banks of the scenic Ayung River. At the end of the 30 minute trek, your intelligent mount will cool off in the wading pool (while carefully keeping you high and dry!).


What to bring:Hat, sunscreen, sunglasses, camera, comfortable clothes & shoes.
Inclusion:Welcome Drink; air conditioned return transfer in Ubud area; international standard safety equipment; professional & experienced Mahout (Elephant handler) & Chocolate Guide; Set Menu Lunch + one complimentary soft drink; a ‘herd’ of chocolate elephants; tasting – fresh cocoa beans, cocoa nibs, Pod signature chocolates.
Itinerary:
09.00 – 09.15 Depart from the hotel
10.00 – 10.15 Arrive at Bali Elephant Camp in Carangasari village
10.15 – 10.30 Welcome drink and registration
09.45 – 10.00 Start Elephant Trekking
10.30 – 10.45 Check-in at Pod Factory & Café and have briefing
10.45 – 11.00 Start the fun factory tour
11.45 – 12.00 Start the chocolate making
12.30 – 12.45 Lunch at Bali Elephant Camp Restaurant
15.00 – 15.15 Arrive at hotel

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Explore the Active Volcano

 

Join us for this amazing trek on the active volcano, Mount Batur. Starting in the dark of the early morning, you will ascend to the highest peak and crater for a glorious sunrise and stunning morning views. While there,you will enjoy some breakfast with tea and eggs boiled in the volcanic steam. During the descent, you will explore the three younger craters and the most recent lava flows while we take in the amazing volcanic landscape.
Choose between our regular package, straight from your hotel to orientation, or a more leisurely experience with an overnight stay in the beautiful village of Toya Bungkah, famous for its volcanic hot springs!


Pick up time: Pick-up at hotel, and transport directly to the starting point in the village of Toya Bungkah.
03:15 – 03:30: Arrival at starting point, introduction and safety procedure briefing by our English-speaking Explainer/Tour Guide
03:30 – 03:45: Begin trail trek to Mount Batur.
04:00 – 06:00: Continue our climb to the summit crater.
06:15 – 06:45: Arrival at the summit crater, where we witness the spectacular view and sunrise. While there, enjoy refreshments of hot tea and eggs boiled in volcanic steam…
07:00: Continue our trek around the entire crater.
08:00: Begin our descent to Jati Temple, the finishing point of our trek.
09:00 – 09:30: Arrival at Jati Temple and board mini-bus.
12:00 – 12:30: Return arrival at your hotel,
Inclusion:Air Conditioned Car or Mini-bus, one English Speaking Explainer/Tour Guide, flashlights, drinking water, snacks and fruit, hot tea or coffee and boiled eggs at summit, entrance fee to Kintamani Area.
Recommendation: We suggest to people with walking or health problems not to partake to this activity.

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Japanese cooking class

 

Learn the fine art of preparing sushi during our Japanese cooking class. This interactive session teaches how to identify the freshest ingredients along with essential knife handling skills to carefully slice tiny morsels of goodness. You’ll get to eat the end results and receive a certificate for your efforts.
Items prepared in Cooking Class:
MISO SOUP : traditional Japanese soup consisting of a stock called “dashi” into which softened miso paste is mixed.
CHAWANMUSHI : an egg custard dish found in Japan.
SALMON OR TUNA ROLL : Japanese roll
SALMON TERIYAKI : salmon in teriyaki souse
NIGIRI SUSHI : Japanese food consisting of cooked rice combined with other ingredients
SASHIMI : Japanese delicacy consisting of very fresh raw meat or fish sliced into thin pieces.


Approximate Itinerary
5.00 PM Cooking Class
7.00 PM Final touches made
7.15 PM Enjoy dinner nearby rooftop pool over viewing jungles

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WakaLandCruise

 

Experience the mystical heart and soul of this amazing island, hidden far away from the bustle and the crowds of Bali you have already seen.
Travel by legendary Land Rover Defenders and Land Cruisers, on tiny country roads and tracks, through terraced rice fields and untouched rainforest to the real heart of Bali. Our Land Rover Defenders and Land Cruisers depart every morning between 8:30 – 08:45 am and will bring you back to your hotel around 5 pm.
Itinerary:
10:00 – 10:30 Arrive at a natural stone quarry, explore and ancient quarry where stones are still cut by ancestral methods to build temples and shrines of the island.
11:00 – 12:00 Visit a traditional farm house where you will discover the fragrance of Balinese coffee being roasted and traditional Balinese snacks are freshly prepared for you. Learn to make “canang”, the most important element of Balinese temple offerings and take an optional 30 minutes soft trekking through the rice fields.
12:45 – 13:00 Next stop is a trip high into the mountains through the UNESCO-recognized rice terraces of Jatiluwih
13:15 – 14:45 Relax in our exclusive Bamboo Forest Restaurant, built by local craftsmen, surrounded by rainforest with its magical sounds. Enjoy your Balinese lunch prepared with ingredients from the island, some straight out of the rainforest and accompanied by red or white wine. You can try to play one of Balinese traditional musical instrument “rindik” or just leave it to the expert and simply enjoy the music.
15:15 – 15:45 Experience the spiritual ambience in Batukaru temple, one of the 6 most important temples in Bali. Here you can pray with the “canang” that you made, as an offering to the Gods.
17:00 – 17:30 Arrive back to the Hotel


What to bring: Hat, Sunglasses, sunscreen & comfortable shoes
Inclusions: Return transfer by a Land Rover Defender or a Land Cruiser
Cool mineral water during the journey
Morning tea or coffee break and Balinese snacks at Balinese farm house.
Lunch with complimentary soft drinks, wine, beer, tea or Balinese coffee at Bamboo Forest Restaurant on the slopes of mount Batukaru
Visit to sand stone quarry, a traditional Balinese farm house, an option to go for 30 minutes soft trekking, learning to make “ canang” and visit to Batukaru temple
Covered insurance for all passenger by PT. ACE INA INSURANCE

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Taman Nusa

 

Taman Nusa is an Indonesian cultural park that aims to offer comprehensive information on the cultures of Indonesia’s various ethnic groups in the most attractive and interactive ways, while enjoying the natural beauty of Bali. Its mission is to provide to its visitors, a conservation site which is re-creative and at the same time informative, to accurately understand the representation of Indonesia.
Situated on 15 hectares of land, visitors are invited to experience Indonesia’s journey throughout the ages, beginning with the old and primitive nature of the prehistoric age, then pass through the Bronze Age and towards the Kingdom Age with one of its masterpieces in the form of Borobudur Temple. In the cultural village, visitors are given the opportunity to experience the modest village life of the diverse and distinct ethnicity from all over Indonesia and see various crafts and performing arts. From the cultural village and going through Chinatown, visitors enter the early Indonesia era.


What to bring:Hat, umbrella, sunglasses, sunscreen, camera & comfortable shoes
Inclusion:Pickup and return transport; Taman Nusa tour; Kolintang show(traditional musical instrument from Sulawesi); Angklung show (traditional musical instrument from Java); Refreshment drink; Photo with traditional Javanese costume in front of genuinely old Javanese house; Set menu lunch
Itinerary (Assuming 9:00am pickup):
09:00 – 09:15 Depart from hotel
10:15 – 10:30 Arrive at Taman Nusa
10:30 – 11:15 Taman Nusa tour
11:15 – 11:45 Kolintang show
12:00 – 12:15 Refreshment drink at cafeteria
12:30 – 13:00 Take photo with traditional Javanese costume
13:00 – 13:45 Taman Nusa tour
13:45 – 14:30 Lunch at Dapur Nusa restaurant
14:30 – 15:30 Trip back to hotel

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