Ibis Bali Kuta
Bali - kuta Beach
Bali is a province of Indonesia and the westernmost of the Lesser Sunda Islands. East of Java and west of Lombok, the province includes the island of Bali and a few smaller offshore islands, notably Nusa Penida, Nusa Lembongan, and Nusa Ceningan to the southeast.
Arrival at Ngurah Rai Airport, Denpasar, Bali. Our representative will meets and welcoming you at the airport. Afterward, proceeding to the hotel for your refreshment.
Today early morning you will be picked up and we will proceed to Sanur Harbour to catch your Fast boat to Nusa Penida. Arrive in Sanur Harbor & check in. It takes about an hour to reach Nusa Penida. Arrive in Nusa Penida – Toya Pakeh Harbour, briefing for a while. Start to visit: “Angel Billabong” and “Broken Beach (Pantai Pasih Uug)” Arrive in “Angel Billabong” and “Broken Beach”. Continue to visit Kelingking Secret Point. Arrive at Kelingking Point and enjoy the most beautiful view of this secret point. Depart to Toya Pakeh Harbour to catch your return boat back to Bali.
Spend a day experiencing a traditional dance, discovering iconic rice terraces and exploring the highlights of Kintamani. Start the day with a performance of the famous Barong and Keris Dance. This traditional Balinese dance narrates the fight between good and evil and is a classic example of the Balinese way of blending myth and history into one reality. Drive to the iconic Tegalalang Rice Terraces, where emerald rice fields cascade down the mountain sides. Along the way, we’ll pass through villages, home to skilled silversmiths, goldsmiths, wood carvers, stone sculptors and artists. Continue to Kintamani set around the rim of the Gunung Batur crater. The breathtaking views look out over Bali’s most active volcano, Mount Batur, which soars over 1,800 metres into the sky. In the centre is a beautiful turquoise lake, the largest lake of the island. At the Tirta Empul Temple we can see the natural springs and special bathing pools whose waters are rumoured to cure any kind of disease. Hindu worshippers flock here to bathe in the holy water. Our last stop is at the 11th century Elephant Cave, also known as Goa Gajah. Built as a spiritual place for meditation we may even chance upon some of Bali’s Hindus bathing in the sacred springs. We’ll enter the temple through the carved mouth of the demon!
Following a pick-up from your hotel, you will head to the majestic Lempuyang Temple in the eastern part of Bali. Along the way, pass long stretches of beautiful and pristine rice paddies, travel along winding roads and marvel at breathtaking mountains. There is a reason why this temple is known as the Gateway to Heaven. Be awed by the magical views of Mount Agung behind the temple. Your own private guide will not only snap cool shots for you but also will also explain the history of the ancient temple as well as the Balinese people and their culture. ou will then visit Tirta Gangga, which is well known as the most beautiful former royal water palace in Eastern Bali. The water palace features tiered fountains, gardens, and stone sculptures of mythical creatures spouting water into bathing pools. Just outside the palace grounds, the views of the lush rice paddies of northeastern Bali are stunning. After visiting the water palace, you will then enjoy scrumptious buffet lunch (at extra cost) overlooking Mount Agung, Telaga Waja river, and the rice fields. When you are finished, make your way to the biggest temple in Bali, Pura Besakih. It is the most important, the largest and the holiest temple of Hindu religion in Bali, and one of a series of Balinese temples. It is also well-known as the mother temple of Bali. The temple miraculously survived the catastrophic volcanic eruption of 1963.
After a hearty breakfast you are transferred in time to the airport to board your flight.