- Discover different traditional art villages at Ubud included: Batubulan, Celuk, Mas.
- Visit renowned fine arts galleries
Half Day Tanah Lot Tour
Departure Days: Daily
Departure Time: 09.00
Return Time: 15.00
Duration: 6 hours
This trip starts with a special visit to the majestic Taman Ayun Royal Family Temple, one of the grandest temples of the Bali Island. Surrounded by moat, this sacred destination is called Taman Ayun at the little town of Mengwi. Boasting brilliant architecture, tranquil surrounds and lush gardens, it is an iconic Bali landmark that you would love to uncover.
Then, you proceed to the holy monkey forest at Alas Kedaton. This spot is slightly off the beaten track as it’s far from the island’s main tourist destinations. This simply means you’ll usually find lesser crowds on your visit. The Pura Dalem Kahyangan Kedaton Temple serves as forest’s centerpiece, with peaceful pathways surrounding the mossy temple walls that give you a pleasant walk. Immerse in the nature, you can often encounter the hordes of monkeys as well as the flying foxes on your way.
Final part, also the highlight of the tour, will take you to the most famous temple in Bali – Tanah Lot temple – which was built on 16th century on a rock jutting into the sea. This ancient Hindu temple dedicated to the Gods of the Sea, enjoy your time in one of the most popular and well photographed temples in Bali, get to know temple’s history from tour guide and take incredible pictures before the end of the tour at 3 PM.
Please reconfirm your tour at least 24 hours prior to departure by contacting Asia Vacation Group on 1800 229 339
Operated by: Asia Vacation Group
Phone Number: 1800 229 339
Pick up point at your hotel covering Nusa Dua, Tanjung Benoa, Jimbaran, Kuta, Legian, Seminyak, Sanur & Ubud area only
- AC Private Coach
- Barong Dance ticket
- Entrance Fees
- English Speaking Guide
- Mineral Water.
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Fitness Requirements: Low level of fitness required
What To Bring: Hat, sunscreen, camera, insect repellent
A good rule of thumb with any wild animal encounter is “don’t feed the animals” and “look but don’t touch”.