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Bali still lives up to its name as the last paradise on earth. For the most part, Bali proved resilient to the tourist invasion, which means you can enjoy all the fun of the developed resorts while not far away experiencing the rural charm of Bali as it has been for centuries - golden beaches with spectacular sunsets, hillsides terraced in flowing rice fields, cool green hills and hospitable highland villages
For those interested in culture, it's here that traditional customs, rituals and dances are dynamic everyday events. Bear in mind that no dance is performed for pleasure alone; each is based on a need to communicate with the Gods. But naturally you'll need to visit Bali to understand why the Balinese are such in good terms with their Gods.
Day 1 : Airport – Hotel
Arriving in Bali, you'll be met at the airport and taken to the hotel of your choice. The rest of the day is yours to do as much or as little as you like. Perhaps some shopping. a walk along one of Bali's famous beaches, or maybe an afternoon relaxing by the pool.
Day 2 : F/D Art and Volcano Tour with Lunch. (B/L)
After breakfast, you'll be introduced to the many varied faces of Bali. A color full day to get you acquainted with Bali. Starting with the fascinating Barong & Keris dance at the village of Batubulan. Then visits to Celuk- famous for its fine gold and silverworks, Mas – village of woodcarving, Ubud – an artist colony, Tampaksiring – with its sacred spring and bathing pools, Kintamani – one of Bali’s popular tourist stops with its scenic view of the Batur volcano and its lake, After Lunch visit Pengelipuran village – ancient village of the original Balinese with specific tradition then return to the hotel for your well earned rest.
Day 3 : F/D Green hill botanical garden – Tanah Lot temple with Lunch (B/L)
After breakfast, you'll be pick up for a full day tour visiting the beautiful royal “Taman Ayun Temple at Mengwi. Then drive up to the lovely Lake Beratan on the climbing and winding mountain road. At the picturesque mountain resort of Bedugul on the shores of the Lake Bratan with its cool and refreshing mountain atmosphere. Stop at the market of Bukit Muingsu, where villagers sell lovely roses, wild orchid and fresh vegetable grown in the fertile soils around Bedugul. After lunch at local restaurant perched to the sacred monkey forest of Kedaton with its hundred of monkey. And arrive on time at the remarkable temple of Tanah Lot, another of Bali’s famous scenic wonders. Suspended on a huge rock off shore and set apart from the mainland by a stone basin, it is the most romantic and indescribable view for your eyes and camera, when the temple dissolves into a striking silhouette against the simmering evening sky then return to the hotel for your well earned rest.