Pick up from your hotel in South Bali at approximately 8:00am and depart with our guide towards the Tabanan regency to arrive at the local market, experience the richness of local products being traded.
Continue the drive further into the inner region to arrive at Pura Luhur Batukaru, one of Bali’s most important temples dating back to 11th century. Afterwards, continue the drive to arrive at the jaw dropping scenery of the Jatiluwih rice terraces stretching as far as the eye can see. Stop for lunch at a local restaurant. Capture this natural beauty as much as you can with your camera before continuing along the road.
The next stop is Angseri hot spring, the natural volcanic Hot spring, located in the foot of mount Batukaru. Afterwards, we are going to Bedugul to visit one of Bali’s marine temples, Ulun Danu Beratan.
If time permits, last stop can be made at Candi Kuning market before descending further to arrive back at your hotel.
Traveler pickup is offered
If you cancel at least 3 day(s) in advance of the scheduled departure, there is no cancellation fee.
If you cancel within 2 day(s) of the scheduled departure, there is a 100 percent cancellation fee.
This was the 4th tour I had done with Asia World Tours and they were all great! I had the same guide on all 4 tours Mastra, who was so knowledgeable and helpful. Everything is included in the cost of the tour including lunch which was always good. The drivers were very good and professional. This is a tour I would highly recommend.
Everything was perfect.
Beautiful tour with good guide and nice car. The more northern parts of Bali are beautiful with mountains, lakes and scenic rice fields. Fantastic lunch, temples, butterfly zoo, local handmade batik, wood products and art. we really enjoyed every minute
Excellent tour in the heart of Bali
Experience a full day journey to explore Bali’s western inner regions. Highlights include numerous must-sees that unravels the island’s lifeblood including the markets, temples, and the famous rice fields. Discovery of Bali’s western inner region, showcasing the Jatiluwih rice terraces, a UNESCO World Heritage site.