The Bali Ubud Kintamani Tour offers a comprehensive experience, encapsulating Bali’s cultural and natural beauty. Commencing with the traditional Barong and Keris Dance, which narrates the Balinese story of good versus evil, the tour then leads to Celuk Village – a hub for gold and silver handicrafts. The journey advances to the Tirta Empul Temple, renowned for its mythological origins and the God Indra’s protection against King Maya Denawa. A major highlight is Kintamani, boasting the spectacular views of Mount Batur Volcano, where visitors can savor a meal while overlooking the breathtaking vistas of the volcano and Lake Batur. The tour concludes with the picturesque Tegallalang Rice Terrace and an encounter with playful monkeys at the Ubud Monkey Forest. This tour promises a day of diverse experiences, from historical insights to scenic beauty, under the guidance of our skilled Bali Tours Driver Service.
The Barong and Keris Dance Performance, commonly referred to as a Trance Dance, unfolds the timeless tale of the eternal combat between good and evil, portrayed through the cultural lens of Bali's rich mythology. Barong, being the embodiment of good, battles against Rangda, the emblem of evil, portraying an unending struggle between the opposing forces. The captivating narrative is peppered with humor, which enhances the viewer’s engagement during the performance. A visit to this cultural spectacle is not just a visual feast but an avenue to delve deeper into Bali's traditional narrative, accentuating the cultural richness of the Ubud and Kintamani tour.
Celuk Village, renowned for its exceptional gold and silver craftsmanship, is a treasure trove for those appreciating the finer things. The village feels like a grand exhibition of meticulously crafted jewelry, offering a bounty for both the eye and the soul. A guided tour facilitates an intimate look into the meticulous process of crafting these exquisite pieces, and provides an opportunity to either purchase or custom design a piece of this rich tradition. The visit to Celuk Village is not only a shopping opportunity but a peek into a community where creativity and tradition mold the very essence of its existence.
The Tirta Empul Temple, also revered as the Holy Spring Temple, is a spiritual sanctuary that has been drawing believers for over a thousand years. Nestled in Tampak Siring, this temple houses sacred waters believed to purify the body and soul from negative influences. Its mythological roots stretch back to a tale where God Indra created the sacred spring to revive fallen warriors, bringing them back to life. The modern-day usage of the temple for self-purification not only by locals but also by tourists, showcases the harmonious blend of history, spirituality, and natural beauty, enhancing the mystical experience of the Ubud and Kintamani tour.
Situated at a lofty height of 1500 meters, Kintamani Village offers a rejuvenating escape with its cool climate and awe-inspiring views of Mount Batur Volcano and Lake Batur. The scene from Penelokan is a poetic blend of the mountain, the expansive black rock, and the serene lake encapsulated in a blue caldera. Amidst the bustling local market and the serene environs, Kintamani Village stands as a testament to nature’s grandeur. The journey to Kintamani Village provides a scenic solace, enriching the Ubud and Kintamani tour with breathtaking vistas and a touch of local life.
Ubud Tegallalang Rice Terrace is more than just a tourist spot; it's a living portrait of Bali’s agrarian heritage. A stopover here unveils a mesmerizing panorama of lush terraced rice fields, etched along the hill bank, portraying a harmonious blend of nature and human endeavor. The exquisite design of the terraces and the cool, refreshing ambiance offer a tranquil escape from the hustle. The Ubud Tegallalang Rice Terrace is not just a picturesque stop but a reflection of Bali’s enduring agricultural tradition, making it a must-visit spot in the Ubud and Kintamani tour.
Ubud Monkey Forest is where the natural and the mystical coalesce, located right in the heart of Ubud Village. Home to playful monkeys and other tropical fauna, this nature reserve is also a sacred temple complex, showcasing a seamless blend of nature’s whimsy and spiritual serenity. The journey through the Ubud Monkey Forest offers a chance to witness the playful antics of monkeys, explore a thriving tropical habitat, and delve into the spiritual essence of Ubud. It’s an engaging encounter that imprints a playful yet sacred experience on the travelers' memories during the Ubud and Kintamani tour.