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Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Jati Luwih

Jati Luwih Green Land
Gardens,Nature & Wildlife Areas
Jatiluwih' is the name given to the lush green rice terraces that cover Tabanan. This area is more beautiful than its better-known sister, Tegallalang, and its panoramic views with Mt. Agung and Mt. Batukaru in the background, make it a photographer's delight.

Tips
Bring suitable shoes to take a walk in the rice fields.
For a better understanding of this place, read up a little on the Subak system of irrigation.
Camera is a must.

Monday, March 13, 2017

Tanah Lot Temple

Tanah Lot Temple
Sacra & Religious sites,Points of interest & Landmarks
Pura Tanah Lot, a pilgrimage temple, is the most photographed temple in Bali. It sits a few meters offshore on a rock formation and is particularly popular late afternoon for the stunning sunset. At high tide the temple is impossible to reach, but at low tide you can walk to the base of the temple to be blessed by a priest.


Tips
Look out for the cave where the holy sea snakes live.
The crowds and traffic just before sunset are mind-blowing.
You must run the gauntlet between rows of market-style stalls to get from the car park to the viewing sites.
Non-Balinese cannot enter the temple.
Get a seat at one of best situated warungs early and have a piña colada in a coconut while you watch the sunset.

Friday, March 10, 2017

Balinese Temple

No visit to Bali would be complete without a trip to see at least one of Bali's temples. There are over 20,000 pura (Balinese for temple) in Bali at last count, a widespread marker of Bali's exuberant culture; you don't have to make an effort to see all of them.
Bali is known as an island of thousands temples. In every village in Bali, there are several temples and at least one small temple in each home of Balinese which reach to a total of 10.000.
Balinese word for temple is ‘pura’ which means 'space surrounded by a wall'. Although many temples are quiet and uninhabited, they are transformed into colorful, active and decorated places of worship when there is a festival. While offerings are made, performances of traditional dances and gamelan, cockfighting and gambling enliven the atmosphere.

Thursday, March 9, 2017

Helping To each Other


We do not only think about business but we are also thinking about the people of Bali as this Island exists because of our communities. Almost everyday, year after year, as we have been conducting tours around the countryside, we have come to realize just how many people still need help

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Their hard lives have not been blessed by the prosperity of tourism. We are part of Bali's tourist industry so we try to assist these forgotten communities but it is difficult with so little resources. Please help assist these people through making a booking for a day trip to visit the parts of Bali that so few tourists visit. By doing this you are helping them. Thank you.

Sunday, April 24, 2016

Tip for visitor in Bali

Every country has own culture and custom.Bali aslo has it,here is Tips for that : Bargain hard for souvenirs at tourist hotspots, but remember to keep it fun. Hire a private car and driver for the day if traveling long distances. Use metered taxis for short distances. Tipping is not compulsory, but appreciated for good service. Do not touch the head of an Indonesian person. This includes children. Do not point with your index finger or with your feet. The left hand is considered unclean, so only use the right hand for giving and receiving, and for picking up food. When entering a temple, please obey the rules. Speak respectfully. Saving face is most important in Indonesia, so please avoid embarrassing or humiliating a person.

Friday, March 25, 2016

Excellent experience,warmly recommended !

“Reliable tour guide+ driver Gede” 5 of 5 starsReviewed 3 weeks ago We had really great time get along with Gede, he's a really nice person who is experienced and help us a lot during the trip. The price was also reasonable. If any of my friend is going to Bali, I will absolutely recommend him! “Excellent experience. Warmly recommended!” 5 of 5 starsReviewed February 7, 2016 Exceeding expectations! We booked Mr Gede's services, via email, for 2 days based on TripAdvisor recommendations and we were were delighted. Rates are affordable. Mr Gede is very professional, timely, attentive and informative, a careful driver (VIP), providing sound guidance as to best places to visit. For instance, we had a lovely lunch overlooking rice terraces, just as we liked it, venue suggested by Mr Gede. We also arrived right on time for the Kecak and Fire dance in Uluwatu, performed against the setting sun! The "music" and the location (the temple is perched on a hill top with surf breaking on all sides) are totally mesmerizing. We also did some Batik shopping in Denpasar and visited Ubud (briefly) (overrun by tourists during the day) and Tenganan which is just lovely (home of the Aga people). Day 2 allowed us to see a bit of the "real" Bali. We totally loved it. We rated our Bali visit 9.5! Our renewed thanks to Mr Gede to help make it happen!

Sunday, February 14, 2016

Excellent experience. Warmly recommended!”

“Excellent experience. Warmly recommended!” 5 of 5 starsReviewed 1 week ago Exceeding expectations! We booked Mr Gede's services, via email, for 2 days based on TripAdvisor recommendations and we were were delighted. Rates are affordable. Mr Gede is very professional, timely, attentive and informative, a careful driver (VIP), providing sound guidance as to best places to visit. For instance, we had a lovely lunch overlooking rice terraces, just as we liked it, venue suggested by Mr Gede. We also arrived right on time for the Kecak and Fire dance in Uluwatu, performed against the setting sun! The "music" and the location (the temple is perched on a hill top with surf breaking on all sides) are totally mesmerizing. We also did some Batik shopping in Denpasar and visited Ubud (briefly) (overrun by tourists during the day) and Tenganan which is just lovely (home of the Aga people). Day 2 allowed us to see a bit of the "real" Bali. We totally loved it. We rated our Bali visit 9.5! Our renewed thanks to Mr Gede to help make it happen!

Wednesday, November 4, 2015

Wondeful Time in Bali

“Wonderful time in Bali with driver Komang” 5 of 5 starsReviewed October 14, 2015 Based on the very good appreciations on tripadvisor, we decided to get in touch with Gede to ask him to organize our roundtrip for 7 days around Bali. We were very pleased to realize that Gede was answering very quickly through WhatsApp and email, which is – compared to other guides we were in touch with – not a matter of course…for some it took days to answer. Gede responded to our wishes and helped us to work out our personalized round trip. Our driver was Komang. He has a good command of English. Komang is a very nice, sincere and friendly person and a reliable driver. He was always on agreed time. Always smiling! He was very responsive and also very flexible regarding spontaneous changes in our program. He showed us places not included in our itinerary and revealed to us a different taste of Bali. We still can feel the taste of sweet potatoes we were offered at his parents place. Simple, but so delicious. Komang made some useful and interesting suggestions that enriched our stay, give useful advices to avoid to be cheated at some popular touristic places and he always had cold fresh water for us in his car. We appreciate that very much! Komang really took a very good care of us!! One more thing that was very important for us – we had no forced shopping tours (we have heard that that is practiced by many guides…). Komang, thank you very much for a wonderful time in Bali! Visited October 2015

Good Day

“Good day” 5 of 5 starsReviewed October 31, 2015 NEW Gede was an excellent driver,his English was excellent and he told us all about the places we visited.We probably didn't do the normal trip,not all the touristy spots,but just a general ride around the countryside with a stop at a temple on our way up to Ubud.Then a drive around the rice paddies and then a short walk through the Ubud markets.on to lunch at a restaurant in the hills overlooking the fields with a great view and a cooling breeze.A great end to our day out. Visited October 2015

Monday, September 28, 2015

Great Driver,Definitely Recommend their service

“great driver, definitely recommend their services” 5 of 5 starsReviewed September 28, 2015 NEW we hired a driver through Gede for 12 hours and we had a lot of driving to do and a lot of stops to make so we were very pleased to get a professional and resilient driver for the day - he waited for us at every place and was ready to go when we were and got us to all the places we had on our itinerary in a timely manner despite the traffic. definitely the stress-free way to tour bali instead of trying to catch a taxi from one place to another and negotiate the rate and not being sure of what the rate should be, or hiring a bike and trying to figure out where you're going (which can be great if you're willing to get lost and just discover places but not when you're on a schedule and want to see a lot of places!). just message Gede on whatsapp, he was very quick to reply and give a quote based on how many hours and where you want to go. Visited September 2015 “Wonderful driver - Our holidays couldn´t be better” 5 of 5 starsReviewed September 25, 2015 NEW Gede was recommended by a great friend who uses Gede as his driver in Bali. They recommended Gede because of his really good tour, excelent price and, specially, great character. He was not our driver but he organized one of his team drivers, Dewa (Gede´s brother), as our driver. Few words to describe Dewa - kind, great driver, friendly, excellent and honest person. Dewa is a native Balinese who speaks very good English, attentive to our many requests and has many stories to tell us about Bali´s culture during the driving. He drove us around, he shown us the Balinese culture, good restaurants, and provide us interesting conversations. He was very helpful, flexible with the schedule and was a very good friend during our holiday. We arrived from Indonesia 3 weeks ago and was a big pleasure to receive this week a text message from Dewa to ask if everthing is great with us. Thank you very much for evertthing!! Our trip was wonderful. We do not hesitate to inform your service to our friends! Hugs, Susana and João Visited August 2015