Tour Itinerary :
Barong Dance Performances
It is also another story telling dance, narrating the fight between good and evil. This dance is the classic example of Balinese way of acting out mythology, resulting in myth and history being blended into one reality.The story goes that Rangda, the mother of Erlangga, the King of Bali in the tenth century, was condemned by Erlangga's father because she practiced black magic.
Ubud Village tour or commom tourist said as Bali Art Village Tour is one of the famous tours in Bali to visit places of interest in Ubud and surrounding area.
Ubud Royal Palace + Ubud Art Market
This is a beautiful old palace where the grounds are beautifully kept, with the old stone gateways and statues wearing the familiar checkered cloth. And Ubud art market is facing each other with royal palace.
Tegalalang Rice Terraces
The terraced rice-field is typical of the beauty of the Balinese countryside. Note the harmony of colors, the vivid green of the coconut groves and the pale blue of the sky. Wet rice agriculture (sawah) is the basic and most important activity of Balinese life; Rice is the major crop and the staple food.
Coffee Plantation & Spice Garden
Kopi is the local Indonesian word for coffee and Luwak is the name of a local civet. The beans are cultivated from the droppings of the cat-like civet, that eats the coffee cherries. After spending around a day and a half in the animal's digestive tract, the beans are defecated in clumps, having kept their shape. They can be further washed and roasted.
Batur and Lake Batur
The volcano is located at the center of two concentric calderas NW of Agung volcano. The outer 10 x 13.5 km wide caldera was formed during eruption of the Bali (or Ubud) Ignimbrite about 29,300 years ago and now contains a caldera lake on its SE side, opposite the satellitic cone of 2152-m-high Gunung Abang, the topographic high of the Batur complex.
Holy Spring Temple
This important temple one km north of the Tampaksiring village was founded as early as 962 AD. It is not as spectacular as Gunung Kawi a few km's away, but absolutely worth a visit. Even if this is one of the oldest sites on Bali much of the structures are relatively new, it was completely restored in 1969. People from all over Bali come here to take a bath in the holy water for good health and good luck.
Goa Gajah/Elephant Cave Temple
Goa Gajah is named after sungai petanu (Elephant River) and dates back to the 11 century. Originally the temple was a dwelling for Hindu priests. The main highlights of this temple are the short cave with the massive carved face entrance and the holy pools