we offer to see the beautiful rice terrace and enjoy the view of sunset at Tanah Lot Temple or most known as Sea Temple. Bali Jatiluwih and Tanah Lot Sunset Tour will visit places of interest such as Taman Ayun Temple is beautiful temple in Mengwi regency, then visit Bali Coffee Plantation to see the various coffee plants and try the testing coffee for free, After visit coffee farm we continue to visit Bedugul area to see the remarkable view of Beratan lake temple / Ulun Danu Beratan Temple. Then we directly to visit the Jatiluwih Rice Terrace with breathtaking view of rice paddy, this rice terrace is the biggest rice paddy in Bali, then we will having lunch in this site, while having lunch you can see the view of rice paddy. After lunch finish, the trip continue to visit the highlight site in this tour packages, we will visit the Tanah Lot Temple is a Balinese Hindu temple on the rock located in the middle of sea, this temple is the most visit during sunset time, due the view was unbelievable was amazing, is great moment you don’t want to missed.
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Brand-new car driven by our English-speaking local guide (not to be shared with other guests).
We accept direct payment upfront to our driver on the day trip itself.
Just bring your personal equipments as recommended in the notes below.
The Taman Ayun Temple complex occupies an area of 100 x 250 m2, comprising four different courts. The first one is called ‘Jaba’ or outer court – it is only accessible through one single entrance through a bridge over the ponds. In the first inner court, there is a small guardian shrine and a large ‘wantilan’ hall that the local communities usually use for gatherings.
Then, you will be welcomed by a tall fountain and a big shelter with ornamental features and reliefs depicting the 9 Gods guarding the cardinal directions in the second inner court. Lastly, the third inner court of the complex is the highest court and is considered the most sacred place. It is referred to as the Utama Mandala – the “gelung door” or the intricately ornamented gate that is only open during certain ceremonies only.
Taman Ayun literally means “A Beautiful Garden”, which strongly represents the situation of the temple that is super beautiful – surrounded by many tiered shrines dedicated to different gods, lovely manicured foliage garden, thatched-roofed prayer hut, and canals. No wonder, this is the ultimate place that people usually flock to get peace and serenity.
Kopi luwak is the world’s most expensive coffee. The main factor of it’s high price is the uncommon method of producing such a coffee. This coffee is produced from the coffee beans which have been digested by a certain Indonesian cat-like animal called then palm civet or also civet cat. This is the reason kopi luwak is often called “cat poop” coffee.
The shrines are known as merus and are square structures with brick bases and multiple pagoda-style thatched roofs; the number of roofs reflects the status of the deity, and is always an odd number. Pura Ulun Danu Beratan is one of the nine ‘Kahyangan Jagat’ temples on Bali. The temple complex consists of five various shrines dedicated to other Hindu gods as well.
Built in 1633, the temple is used for offerings and ceremonies dedicated to the Balinese water, lake and river goddess Dewi Danu, due to the importance of Lake Bratan as a main source of irrigation in central Bali. The 11-storey pelinggih meru in the complex is dedicated to Shiva and his consort Parvathi. Buddha‘s statue is also enshrined in this temple. This temple is also called the “Bali temple on the Lake” because it looks as if it is floating when the Bratan River rises.
Visit the beautiful island of Bali, travel to its highlands, and you cannot but be amazed by the beauty of the thousands of hectares of lush green paddy fields that cascade in terraces from the upper reaches of volcanoes down to the deep valleys below as if sculpted from the mountain side. Among the many fields that stretch almost all across the island, the Jatiluwih Rice Terraces in the heart of Tabanan Regency is the best example of Bali’s outstanding picturesque rice fields and represent the Subak system as Bali’s Cultural Landscape which has been inscribed a UNESCO’s World Heritage Site in June 2012.
Please take a note that apart from the pickup time, the timetable below is an estimation only and may vary in the actual trip.
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