A full day tour visiting Kerta Gosha, the ancient house of justice. This was constructed in 18th century by the highest king of Bali. Traditional punishment of the lawless action is depicted on the ceiling of the pavilion. Besakih temple located on the foot of the highest mountain in Bali that is Mount Agung. The temple is consist of 18 complexes as the reflection of the mixed believes between Indian Hindu and Balinese ancestors worship. You have to walk from parking area to the temple, and for the active person it can take one and quarter hour. Tenganan village which residents is originated from first or second migration that entered Bali. They maintain unique tradition such as “ gringsing “ double ikat (double weaving) cloth, palm leave writing and some family utensils. Goa Lawah is a temple on the mouth of a cave. The cave is believed to go though up to Besakih temple, but none so far dare enough to prove this. On the mouth of the temple are hanging hundreds of fruits bats, and snakes.
Duration 9 hours - Good time : 09.00 – 17.30
Driving through the idyllic countryside villages where no tourism facilities are found except local restaurant or villages and farmer’s play grounds such as magnificent views of rice terraces, local plantations or Balinese people on their daily activities. Stop somewhere to take pictures. Take a coffee break at any place on local warung with a real Balinese village ambiance. Jatiluwih rice terrace, the widest view of rice terrace in Bali located on a sloping land in the middle of Bali island, the southern slope of Mount Batukaru known as the rice granary of Bali. If needed lunch can be at a restaurant around the rice terrace on own. Batukaru Mountain Temple, located on the foot of Batukaru mountain the second highest mountain in Bali. Taman Ayun temple in the evening to avoid crowded visitors to the temple.
Duration : Full day ( 09.00 – 16.00 )
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