At Bedugul, the heart of central Bali, the mountains and the lakes are serving the mythical role as a visible link between the Balinese people and the realm of the Gods. The preservation effort around Bali is seen to be the strongest here, so you will only see the best version of tropical highland when you embark on this tour. The subsequent two spots are no less stunning, as you will witness the sunset in all of its glory to the Indian ocean before calling it a day.
Ulun Danu Beratan Temple
Built in 1633, Ulun Danu Temple stands majestically at the edge of Lake Beratan. The temple is where the Balinese present their offerings to the Balinese water, lake and river Goddess Danu, due to the importance of the lake as a main source of irrigation in central Bali. As a water temple, Pura Ulun Danu Bratan presents stunning highland and lakeside scenery. Additionally, you may rent an outrigger, paddle or motor boat to roll around the lake.
Twin Lake (Tamblingan & Buyan)
Lake Buyan and Tamblingan are located on the northern slope of Mount Lesung at the town of Munduk, Buleleng. These are two of three lakes formed in a large caldera, the other being Lake Beratan with its famous Ulun Danu Water Temple. Both are considered as twins, since they are only separated by a few acres of rainforest. The twin lakes are currently gaining popularity among tourists who seek for serene natural scenery away from congested places.
Bali Coffee Plantation
Dubbed as the priciest coffee in the world, Luwak coffee (also called civet coffee) has drawn interests from coffee aficionados around the world. Here you’ll be shown the traditional process of coffee-making and interesting information about how the civet cats eat the coffee and poop the beans out undigested. You will have the chance to sample a tasteful cup of Luwak coffee (totally hygiene) as well as 5 cups of different coffee varieties and 5 cups of teas (total 11 cups) for free.
Tanah Lot Temple
This temple is hands-down one of the most popular destinations in Bali and renowned among the tourists as the most popular spot for overlooking sunset towards Indian Ocean. The temple, sitting on the top of an offshore cliff, appears to be floating in the occasion of high tides. Tanah Lot Temple also holds a status of high spiritual importance as one of the most revered Balinese Hindu temples, and tourists will occasionally see the locals holding religious ceremonies and organizing dance performances around the temple.
7.30 - 9.00 AM : Pickup at your hotel
10.00 AM : VisitTaman Ayun Temple
12.00 PM : VisitUlun Danu Beratan Temple + Lunch
2.00 PM : VisitBali Coffee Plantation
4.30 PM : VisitTanah Lot Temple
5.030 PM : Return to your hotel
Air-conditioned Hotel Transfers
Entrance tickets & parking fees for all attractions
Toll Roads (if any)
Mandatory Sarong at each temple
Boat hire at the Lake Beratan
Parking fee to places other than listed destinations (i.e. convenience store, money changer, etc.)