- Family friendly
- Step back in time on a history tour
- Free hotel pickup and drop-off included
- Led by a local guide
- 08:30 - 09:00: Pick up at your Bali hotel
The Barong dance is the classic battle story of good (The Barong) against the evil (The evil witch Rangda). Barongs are figures in Balinese tradition, come in many forms. The most common one is like a baroque, Chinese lion, with big eyes and clacking jaws. It is one of the most sacred masks in Bali, usually played by two strong men. The most interesting part is at the end of the performance, some male dance get into trance condition and stabbing himself with a sharp "kris" traditional weapon.
Art Villages (Celuk, Batuan, Mas Village)
Visit the center of handicraft and any kind of Balinese art by local creative people at Celuk, Batuan, or Mas Village. The villages are perfect place to see and learn how the local people making creative products. Their products are not only for local market, but also being exported globally.
Batuan Temple is beautiful ancient temple from the 10th Century. This temple has an attractive architecture design. Visitor can see the Ramayana and Mahabharata story along the temple wall. Also a conservation site to learn how the ancient people crafting from 10 centuries ago.
Long tail monkey conservation, well maintained small forest with over 500 sacred but friendly monkeys. The local people believe that the monkey colony is also a guardian of the Pura Dalem Temple which is located inside the forest.
Ubud Palace is one of the famous royal family house in Bali. A place for cultural show and culture conservation is now open for visitors. The Ubud Royal Family holds a very important role to protect and to maintain the future of Balinese culture.
Tegalalang Rice Terrace
A magnificent rice paddy view. The local farmer need hundreds of years to build this stunning rice paddy terrace. The green tropical vegetation along the river bringing a breeze air, a perfect escape from the busy life of the city.
Balinese Traditional House Compound
Visit and learn how a traditional Balinese house built. Meet and greet the local people and learn more about their daily life. This visit is worth to learn more about Balinese architecture and Balinese people life.