Enjoy the best places to see in Denpasar with a plan including Bali Driver Gede

Sunday, October 27, 2019

Experience of Ubud Tour with Jungle Swing


Start the tour by meeting your driver at your hotel lobby with a warm smile. You will be driven to the middle of Bali in Ubud village. Our first stop at the popular sacred monkey forest, where you will find,there are about 600 monkeys living this monkey forest,and diveded into 5 groups: in front of themain temple.Michelin,eastern,central and cemeteries. Walk along the 12,5 hectares forest as the perfect place for the healthy monkeys. Find three temples inside guarded by the monkeys live in harmony.

After having time with the monkey continue, drive up to the north of Ubud to stop at the magical Tegalalang rice terrace to see the real traditional farmer activities in their daily activities.Not far from this area you will have a chance to do swing witn other photo points

Amazing of Ubud Tour with Jungle Swing
Swing on a giant swing overlooking the haunted valley will be soon becoming your favorite activity.Snap a few unforgettable images of Bali's landscapes at Tegalalang Rice Terrace, a favorite stop for nature lovers, painters, and amateur photographers,make a unique picture for your social media feeds.  Next, enjoy your included lunch with the jungle atmosphere.

After enjoying your lunch,will visit   Tirta Empul a holy spring temple. You can see how Balinese people doing a holy blessing before they pray at the main temple. And your last stop is Tegenungan waterfall with a beautiful green surrounding make the area very fresh. Take a short walk to get closer to the waterfall or just see the view from the top hill.

Wednesday, October 23, 2019

Balinese Culture

Bali culture is unique and famous especially for its rich and vibrant arts. Various forms of dance and music have made Bali's arts and culture scene one of the most diverse in the world. Hinduisim as the main religion is the major influence behind its development. Music, drama, dance and costumes become a feast for the senses during temple festivities. Rites of passage at Balinese family households can almost be seen daily, celebrating the cycle of birth, death and rebirth. Special cultural dates and highlights also mark the calendar, through annual art festivals and local revelries that visitors should check out to make the best of their visit

Art is everywhere in Bali. From the intricate flower decorations in a Barong dancer's headdress, to elaborately carved temple facades and beautiful oil paintings. Bali's performing arts are also an integral part of Balinese culture.

Music and dance play a huge part in significant rituals and religious ceremonies. Known as " the Island of the Gods" hardly a day goes by without a ceremony or festival taking place. Traditional dances with full gamelan orchestras are performed for tourists daily in addition to the day to day religious ceremonies. Definitely worth seeing.

Barong Dance 
The Barong is triumphant display of graceful movement and vibrant colour. The dance is basically a contest between the opposing forces of Rangda - chaos and destruction, and Barong - order. (Basically good and evil.)

 Kecak Dance
The kecak is a ritual dance which was created in the early 1930's for the movie "Island of the Demons" by the German painter and intellectual Walter Spies. The dance combines the chorus of the "Sanghyang" trance dance with a dance story from the epic "Ramayana." It is extremely impressive with its circular chorus of sometimes over 100 bare-chested male singers.

There's probably more Bali temples than homes on the island. Many temples in Bali are actually shrines. However, the number of religious compounds might well be over 10,000. The number is spread throughout the far-flung corners of the island, from mountain and hilltops to low-lying coastal areas. Bali temples are normally peaceful and desolate. They transform into scenes of great activity during festivals or temple anniversaries. Traditional dance performances, cockfighting and even gambling often takes place during such events. You’ll find that each of Bali’s temples is unique. They may either face towards the mountains, the sea or towards sunrise.

Bali is not just a tropical paradise, it is also a cultural adventure for you to take on. There are many tropical beaches in the world, but only Bali offers them with its spiritual, traditional values you will not find elsewhere. Balinese Hinduism is distinctive for its addition to the island’s own traditional values.

For Balinese people, this aspect of their life is extremely important. And knowing that you, a visitor to their island, acknowledge it, and they will give you nothing but respect in return. Plus, it will give your vacation spiritual experiences you’ll never have elsewhere. So, get ready to make some changes to your itinerary for this tropical island of gods.

Monday, October 14, 2019

Sanur: A charming slice of Bali

Far enough away from the madness of Bali's most touristy destinations lies a seaside town that may seem unassuming at first, but soon gets under your skin for its easy charm, genuine local atmosphere and top quality visitor attractions.

Sanur is nestled on a long stretch of coast in the south east of the island, around 12 kilometres from Bali's international airport, making it a popular landing place to acclimatise on arrival in the Indonesian holiday island.

Sanur Beach is the perfect place to hang out with the whole family. It’s not as crowded as Kuta Beach, but it is clean and doesn’t have any waves, the perfect place to go for everybody. Sun chairs are available for about two Dollars. Various Shops invite you to try your hand at negotiating. The promenade invites you to take a stroll around and for those who like cycling, it offers a nice opportunity to hire a bike and push those pedals.

Known for being clean and relatively peaceful, the area's sandy beach strip is protected by a reef which forms a calm lagoon, dotted with boats and many colourful jukungs - traditional Indonesian outrigger fishing canoes. Along the shore runs a narrow beach walkway which takes you right from one end of Sanur to the other, the main section developed into a popular beachfront dining spot with restaurants aimed at tourists offering both traditional and Western food, all of which is pretty consistently of high quality.

Tuesday, October 8, 2019

Prime Tour Instagram Destination

Private Tour Of Bali’s Most Iconic and Instagrammable Locations
Our private tour will bring you to the island’s most Instagrammable spots so you can fill your feed with today’s trendiest photos – and all in comfort! You’ll get your own private air-conditioned. It’s a great way to see the other side of Bali, away from the tour busses and the crowds! Contact us to witness with your own eyes, Bali’s most sought-after “must-Insta” locations.

Prime Tour 1
Pura Lempuyang – The Gates Of Heaven (3 hours from Ubud)

Take your very own snapshot at The Gates Of Heaven – named just so by the Balinese as it represents the boundaries between the outer world and the outer realm of the temple. On a clear day, you’ll enjoy breathtaking views of Mount Agung in the distance. There are four major temples within Lempuyang; the Dragon Temple will be the very first temple you will see – it is just steps away from the parking lot. The Gates of Heaven is located near the Dragon Temple.











Tirta Gangga Royal Water Garden (50 minutes from Lempuyang)


This lavish water garden was built by the King of Karangasem in 1946. It is a breathtaking garden of pools, ponds and fountains strategically placed amidst 1.2 hectares of lush vegetation and neat lawns adorned with beautifully carved statues, bridges and stones. The Royal Water Garden was used by the Royal Family back then as a Royal Bathing Complex. The main pond features a row of statues and stepping stones across the water, filled with fat golden carps. This is the main spot where you will get that awesome photo for your Instagram feed!

Prime Tour 2
Tegenungan Waterfall (2 hours from Tirta Gangga)

One of Ubud’s most popular waterfalls, Tegenungan Waterfall offers an impressive panorama surrounded by lush vegetation – you’ll be able to view this astounding vista when you walk from the carpark to the start of the steps which will lead you down to the waterfall. There are just about 100 steps down, and once at the bottom, you’ll see a giant cascade of water crashing down into the pebble pools below. You can swim and play in the water, and explore the pools which flow in a shallow stream into the jungle.











Bali Swing & Bird Nest
Ubud’s most famous attractions to date! The Bali Swing lets you swing hundreds of feet above a jungle abyss while the Bird’s Nest provides a cute little setup for couples and solo travellers who want to add an exotic tropical touch to their Instagram feed.










Tegalalang Rice Terraces

Upload a shot of you frolicking about in one of Bali’s most famous rice fields and you’ll be sure to turn your friends green with envy! The Tegalalang Rice Terraces in Ubud are world famous, and are acres upon acres of glistening paddy that slopes across the valley. It is an ancient location, with dramatic views and a peaceful quality that is a definite visit. While there, you could also take photos with elderly farmers who will be more than happy to pose for a small fee.

Thursday, October 3, 2019

Fascinating West Bali Tour

Marvel at Bali’s temples, villages and rice fields on a private full-day tour. Enjoy an action-packed itinerary including visits to Bedugul village, the UNESCO-listed Jatiluwih rice terraces, the Ulundanu floating temple on Lake Beratan and Pura Taman Ayun temple, get close to nature at the Bali Butterfly Park and sample Indonesia’s famous Kopi Luwak at a coffee plantation.Complete your tour at Tanah Lot Temple, known for its enchanting seaside setting and as a place to see the sunset at the end of the day. Look in wonder at the ancient Hindu shrine, perched in the crashing waves, and watch the sun melt over the horizon.

Highlights 

  • Full-day private tour of Bedugul village and Jatiluwih rice terraces 
  • Admire views of Pura Taman Ayun temple, Lake Beratan and the Jatiluwih rice terraces
  • Great value tour includes hotel pick-up and round-trip transport 
  • This private tour can be customized to your interests and ensures you’ll receive personalized attention from your driver

 
What You Can Expect 
Taman Ayun Temple is a combination of natural beauty and springs,It is in order with the concept of the traditional Balinese garden surrounded by an artificial river with a variety of rare plant species typical of Bali.The beauty of the landscape coupled with the sacred building.
Pura Ulun Danu Beratan
Ulun Dnau temple is one of the tour visist when a sight seeing tour is organized to visit Bedugul Mountain resirt or Singaraja tour.The location is one the west bank of the lake Beratan.The name Ulun Danu,literally means "the beginning of the lake " But this might not to claim that the site is the beginning of the a lake.It tends to indicate  that everything that exists around the lake will have the orientation to the temple site ,and cleanliness around the area must be continuously kept.
Jatiluwih Rice Paddies
Giving a new meaning to the word “green,” the Jatiluwih rice paddies are notable for their employment of traditional Balinese irrigation techniques. With Mount Batukaru looming in the distance, the paddies are also some of Bali’s most picturesque. Bring your hiking shoes and trek through paddies, hop over rivers, and explore a tranquil area of Bali (mostly) untouched by the traveler.
Bali a Butterfly park lies in the village of Wanasari north of Tabanana.Here one can find many varieties of butterflies.In this park butterflies are breaded and studied.One of the most exotic butterflies found here is the Omithoptera Paradisea,and Priamus.
Tanah lot Temple
For Balinese ,Tanah lot is one of the important and venerated sea templs.Like Pura Uluwatu,at the southern end of the island.The name of Tanah Lot Temple in tourism bibbliography about Bali almost never absent.The name Tanah Lot is probably from " Tanah Laut " means land in the sea.It is teh fact that the strong sea abrasion has separated the temple area with Bali mainland,so it looks that the temple nests on a small speck of rock building up on the ocean.