FD 03: Besakih Mother Temple | East Bali Tour
This tour package designed to visit Besakih, the biggest temple in Bali. On the way to Besakih, there are several places of interest will be visited like Kerta Gosa and Bukit Jambul. Besakih Temple is located in bevel side southwest of Agung Mount and it is consisted of many temples with each temple building owns the meaning and function as according to Balinese Hindu belief. This tour is very exciting to visit the famous tourist destinations in Bali with our professional guide and private air-conditioning car transfer. The lunch will be served at local restaurant to compete your journey enjoyable.
Most Interesting Places will be visited during East Bali Tour:
KERTA GOSA / OLD JUSTICE
Kerta Gosa is an ancient building designed with Balinese architecture that is an open house as jurisdiction place where the king announce the legislation, jurisdiction, penalization etc. Kerta Gosa building is very beautiful encircled by the fishpond with tropical plantations to add the artistic value that makes this place is good places to be visited. In its building roof, it is covered by full of ancient puppets picture depicting human life in eternity and also reward accepted.
Bukit Jambul is come from the word of Bukit that is meaning of hill and Jambul that is meaning of crest. Bukit Jambul is a beautiful place a green hill and rice terrace under it. In this plateau, we will see the beautiful valley that is encircled by the fertile tropical tree with the rice terrace as main focus. From this place, we can see the beautiful view afar with the background of hill, tropical trees and ocean.
Besakih Temple is located in Agung mountainside owns very huge area with beautiful and artistic of building temple. It is the biggest Hindu temple in Bali with full of religious ambience and decorated by Bali style ornaments from the doorstep temple, holy idol made from stone, gate building joining with others to boost high etc. It owns the breathtaking view and active daily Balinese Hindu with their religious activities.
GOA LAWAH TEMPLE
Goa Lawah Temple is a shrine cave where thousands of bats have a nest inside of this cave. There is big temple used by Balinese Hindu as a place to worship to the god. This temple is one of the biggest temples in Bali and the location is strategically beside of main road from Denpasar to Candidasa.
Tenganan Village is a traditional Balinese country side with unique cultures and social life from the local community. It is one of the ancient villages in Bali where its society life different from the other village exist in Bali Island. The societies of Tenganan Village strongly keep the unique activities and custom.
Taman Sukasada is beautiful garden with fish pond surrounding the old building that is one of Karangasem Empire’s omissions which has the high artistic value and history. This area is generally used by all kings for resting because this place is fully designed with artistic value.
08:30 - Pick up at the hotel
09.30 - Visit Gold & Silver Smith
10.30 - Visit Wood Carving art workshop
11.00 - Visit Besakih Mother Temple
12.00 - Have Lunch at Mahagiri restaurant
13.00 - Drive pass by Putung amazing view
13.30 - Visit Tenganan Traditional village
14.30 - visit Taman Ujung Sukasada
15.30 - Visit Candi Dasa beach
16.00 - Visit Goa Lawah(Bat Cave Temple)
16.45 - Back to hotel
18.30 - Arrive at hotel
|US$ 50 / car||A private Full AC Car, Petrol/Gasoline, English Speaking driver.|
|Maximum 7 person / Car|
|US$ 45 / person||• 21% government tax and service charge|
|• Entrance fee at all tourist destinations|
|• 1 x lunch at local restaurant|
|• Tour guide (English, Japanese and other language is subject to availability)|
|• Private full air-conditioning car|
|• One bottle of mineral water|
|• GET FREE SOUVENIR and SPECIAL DISCOUNT FOR GROUP...|
|• Minimum 2 person|
TERM AND CONDITION:
- For single traveler additional 50% charge
- Child under 11 years old 50% discount
- Infant under 4 years Free of charge
- Reasonable and fair price: NO HIDDEN CHARGE.
- Payment either in USD, Rupiah, or other currencies based on the latest exchange rates.
- Payment by Credit Card required 3% additional charge.
- Private tour: no other participant but you and your companion
PAYMENT METHOD: Collected on the date of tour started. NO DEPOSIT NEEDED
WHAT TO BRING: Modest cloth, hat, camera, money, sun glasses
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