ONE DAY TRIP TO BESAKIH TEMPLE
BESAKIH ONE DAY TOUR
08.30AM – 5PM BACK TO HOTEL
USD 30/ person (booking minimum: 2 person)
USD 25/person 3 person ++
|INCLUDE:||TOUR NOT INCLUDED|
|Pickup n drop hotel|
Private Car/Driver as Guide
English Speaking Driver
Lunch ( Driver only bring you to the restaurant )
Entrance Ticket Destination ( Payment on the spot )
Personal Expenses (shopping, etc)
– Besakih Temple ( Mother of Temple Bali )
– Panglipuran Village
– Tukad Cepung Waterfalls
– Tirt empul holy water
– Elephant cave temple
HOW TO BOOK TOUR WITH US
- Please fill up the Tour Inquiry form below
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- We will reply soon as possible after received your Tour Inquiry
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How To Payment ?
– Western Union
- Payment is Cash Payment
- Payment is on the day itself with our driver
- Payment with other currency will convert based on daily exchange rate
You will receive a confirmation email and ticket via Whatsapp .
Terms & Conditions:
Full refunds will be issued for cancelations made at least 24 hours prior to the activity.
Hotel pick up and drop
Seminyak, Canggu, Kuta, Legian, Sanur, Nusa Dua, Denpasar, Jimbaran, Tabanan and Ubud. Pick up services from locations not mentioned above (such as Lovina, Candidasa, Amed, etc.,) are not available due to the distance
Kindly wait at the hotel lobby 5 minutes before the pick up time and present your confirmation voucher to your driver before departure
PANGLIPURAN TRADITIONAL BALINESE HOUSE
Located at 625 meters above the sea level, around 6 kilometers from Bangli City, and 1 kilometer from Kubu Village, Penglipuran is one of the most placid, clean, and serene village throughout the whole nation, and one of the three cleanest in the whole world. Being untouchable by modernization (you can’t even park your vehicles inside!), the village’s atmosphere and the immaculate gardens surrounding them should be an exceptionally authentic experience for you to visit, from its majestic and mythical culture, to high hospitability and courtship of the locals.
According to the mythology and the elders’ testimonies, the name Penglipuran comes from ‘Pengeling Pura’, which means remembering the ancestors. It conveys that the village was created solely to respect their ancestors’ at Kintamani, which is why Penglipuran is one of Bali’s villages whose people regularly make offerings and hold rituals to respect mythological spirits. There are other interpretations of the word Penglipuran, some say it came from the word ‘Pelipur Lara’, which means solace, and some others say ‘Pangleng’ and ‘Pura’, which means four temples on every points of the compass.
The Village’s layout itself is adapted from the Three Mandalas concept of Balinese Hinduism: Parhyangan (sacred area), Pawongan (settlement area), and Palemahan (graveyard, farming area, etc). There are traditional Balinese architectures with materials such as stones, wood, palm, and bamboo that are well preserved within the Parhyangan area.
Within the Pawongan area, there are yard gates, traditional kitchens, traditional guesthouses, and traditional praying areas. The sight of this village is unlike any other Balinese villages, for Penglipuran is being kept as authentic as possible as a form of respect to the Gods and the ancestors.
In the Palemahan area, there is a graveyard that consists of three sites, these sites tells apart how the deceased died and at what age. Unlike normal Balinese ‘Ngaben’ (funeral ritual), instead of cremation, the bodies of Penglipuran locals are buried in this area.
Just a little outside the Penglipuran Village, which is a part of the Parhyangan area, you’ll see a beautiful 45-hectare sacred bamboo forest to walk through and feast your eyes in. In the center, you’ll find four modest, yet beautiful temples where people pray and pay their respects. Moreover, every neighboring resident live harmoniously and is remarkably friendly; they will offer you their best hospitality even at your slightest step into their home, all the more reason for those who are intrigued to local culture to check out this tranquil village.
KINTAMANI VOLCANO BATUR
A Bali volcano can be a sightseeing highlight on your next trip to Bali’s highland region. The Kintamani volcano or Mount Batur, in particular, is a very popular trek. The captivating Mount Batur surrounds the 13-square kilometre Batur caldera lake. Those with a penchant for adventure can take a winding road down to the lake shore. This leads you to Toya Bungkah, Ulun Danu Batur temple, and a collection of hot springs. The Kintamani area consists of three main villages, namely Penelokan, Batur, and Kintamani. There are also some old Balinese villages around Batur Lake, often referred to as Bali Aga villages. Penelokan is a popular stopover. It serves as a vantage point at the southernmost part of the crater rim. From here, you can enjoy the sweeping views over the magnificent Bali volcano.
Pura Besakih is a temple complex in the village of Besakih on the slopes of Mount Agung in eastern Bali, Indonesia. It is the most important, the largest and holiest temple of Hindu religion in Bali,and one of a series of Balinese temples. Perched nearly 1000 meters up the side of Gunung Agung, it is an extensive complex of 23 separate but related temples with the largest and most important being Pura Penataran Agung. The temple is built on six levels, terraced up the slope. The entrance is marked by a candi bentar (split gateway), and beyond it the Kori Agung is the gateway to the second courtyard.