Explore two of Bali’s most iconic temples, and some of Bali’s best beaches, as well as experiencing the mesmerising Kecak Fire Dance at sunset on this cultural and sightseeing tour showing you some of the best of Bali.
Tanah Lot Temple
This part of the tour takes you to one of the most famous attractions of Balinese culture.
Famous for its offshore temple built by the connecting landmass that can only be reached at low tide hence it name as Tanah Lot means “Land [in the] Sea”
Although you cannot enter the temple grounds, the panoramic views and cultural offerings are highlights to enjoy. The surrounding area also has many local traders selling their wares from all over Bali. You will be sure to pick up some great local trinkets at a bargain price. Don’t forget to barter to get the best rate.
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The Coffee plantation area is set in the tranquility of local Balinese villages surrounded by the green lush tropical gardens, where tropical trees including cacao plantations thrives. Here the locals make the famous Lawak Balinese Coffee.
Luwak Coffee is produced from the coffee beans which have been digested by the local “Luwak”, which is described as a ‘ringed cat’. It is considered to be the most expensive coffee in the world due to the different nature in which it is produced. Enjoy a coffee and watching the process.
Padang Padang Beach
Padang Padang beach is easily one of Bali’s most famous surf beach locations hosting a number of international surfing competitions each year, helping to put Balis on the world stage for holiday destinations.
The beach itself is a stunning area consisting of 100-meter-long white sand beach that is only reached from land by concrete steps leading through a cave like rock formation. Once you reach the bottom the beach opens up into a vast blue scenery of open ocean nestled amongst the high surrounding cliff tops. A beautiful spot for you to sit and relax for a while and soak up the hot sun rays
Uluwatu is one of Bali’s most famous temples. It rests upon the cliff tops of Uluwatu’s coast some almost 250 feet above the beach below. It offers not only an insight into Balinese Hindu culture but also outstanding views of the Indian ocean from its vantage point. You will also see ancient stone carvings representative of the Balinese way of life and spiritual beliefs.
You will have the opportunity to witness what is normally a spectacular viewing point for a Bali sunset before heading to watch Bali’s famous Kecak and Fire dance.
Kecak and Fire Dance Show
The Kecak fire dance is quite easily the most famous of all Balinese dances. Developed in the 1930s, this fire trance dance involves the ceremonial chanting of local men in traditional sarongs.
The dance consists of around 50+ male dancers shaking their arms and chanting loudly. It is a sight to behold as they reenact stories of ancient times and of strong Hindu beliefs in elaborate costumes. This will conclude a day of beautiful memories and captured moments of your Bali holiday.
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Duration: 10 hours (from 10am to 8pm)
– 10:00 : Pick up from the Hotel
– 11:00 : Visit Tanah Lot Temple
– 12:30 : Coffee Plantation
– 13:30 : Lunch Buffet Indonesian Food
– 15:00 : Visit Padang – padang beach
– 16:45 : Visit Uluwatu Temple
– 18:00 : Watch Kecak fire dance during sunset
– 19:00 : Go back to Hotel or villa