Mengwi, Bedugul, Alas Kedaton – Tanah Lot Sunset
Pickup time: 09.00am – 09.15am at Lobby, (Approx. 12 hours).
Firstly we will stop at Mengwi, to visit the magnificent Royal family temple of Taman Ayun (XVII century), surrounded by an artificial moat, then we will explore Bedugul area, a mountain resort lies over 1.000 meters above sea level. We will stop at Ulun Danu Bratan Temple. Built on a promontory surrounded by lake’s water, this holy place is dedicated to Dewi Danu, The Goddess of Water.
Afterwards for Lunch at Local restaurant, we will stop at colourful local market that displays many kinds of tropical fruits, vegetables, flowers and spices. Then we proceed to Continuing the trip, we will proceed to Alas Kedaton, the fruit bats and monkey forest. With a small bag of peanuts, we will make many new friends here.
Our next stop is the marine temple of Tanah Lot, which appears in every brochure on Bali. This lovely temple was built on a promontory offshore, truly a perfect setting to watch a stunning sunset (weather permitting).
The last stop at Jimbaran Bay for dinner with fresh seafood on the beach.
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👉 Taman Ayun Temple
Taman Ayun, literally transited means beautiful garden, and this temple, situated in the village of Mengwi, 18 Km west of Denpasar, is indeed one of Bali’s most picturesque temple. It’s stately proportioned courtyards and large surrounding moat were built in the year 1634 by the King of mengwi,I Gusti Agung Anom.
Containing both the Royal Family ancestral Shrines and the strayed. MERU Shrines to the Major deities. Taman Ayun became the main temple for the ancient Kingdom of Mengwi, Every 210 days, on Tuesday Kliwon Medangsiya (according to the traditional Icaka Calendar), the entire local populace gathers at the temple to worship, celebrating the temple’s anniversary.
👉 Bedugul or Ulun Danu Temple
The mountain resort of Bedugul, 18 km north of Denpasar, is known for its excellent golf course. Located beside Lake Bratan, it is surrounded by forested hills. A beautiful sight is the “Ulun Danu” temple which seems to rise out of the lake. The area offers good-walks. Boats, water skiing, and parasailing are available for hire.
Here three lakes provide everything from recreation to the water for springs, rivers and rice fields below. Lush pine forests seem to create a freshness in the air. Bedugul is known for the quality of its fruits , vegetables and flowers.
👉 Candikuning Market
Colourful local market that displays many kinds of tropical fruits, vegetables, flowers and spices.
👉 Alas Kedaton
Alas Kedaton is the famous Monkey Forest, set in heart of the only primary forest in southern Bali. This forest consists entirely of pala (nutmeg) tree. The monkeys living here are considered sacred and hence used to make barong.
👉 Tanah Lot Temple
The spectacularly placed temple of Tanah Lot is possibly the best-known and most photographed in Bali. It’s almost certainly the most tourists the crowds here are phenomenal, the gauntlet of souvenir hawkers to be run is appalling and the commercial hype is terrible. Signs direct you to the best place for photographs and even where to catch the sunset. In fact sunset time has definite overtones of Australia’s Ayers Rock with the faithful lined up, cameras at the ready, for the hallowed moment.
Tanah Lot Sunset Tour Rates
*Minimum for 2 persons, other charge for single traveler
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