Tanah Lot Temple and Lake Beratan Full Day Tour
Max. Guests per car
Approx. 8 hours
IDR 125,000/car per additional hour.
Tickets to attractions and meals are not provided.
08:30 AM at the Resort Lobby
Mineral Water Bottle
Taman Ayun Temple
Located in Mengwi subdistrict, this huge temple of Mengwi kingdom is surrounded by a wide man-made moat built in 1634. The outermost courtyard is embellished with open grassy expanse used for dance performances and cockfighting. The middle courtyard is marked high wooden split bell (Kulkul) tower. The outermost and the middle courtyard is separated by open gate while the middle courtyard and the innermost courtyard is separated by closed gate. The innermost courtyard has a lot of multi-tiered shrines (Meru). Visitors are only allowed to see the shrines from an outer pathway. Admission ticket: IDR 15,000/person.
Bali Coffee & Spice Garden
Bali Kopi Luwak is made from Balinese coffee beans which have passed through the digestive tracts of the Asian palm civets (a.k.a Luwak). Enzymes in the civet’s stomach break down proteins in the coffee berries, specifically proteins that contribute to the bitter taste of coffee. After a slight roast, you have coffee beans that are full and sweet, without bitterness. The wild civets only select the ripest coffee berries for their diet. As such, the berries used for Balinese Kopi Luwak have already passed their evolutionary quality control test. This homogenous selection process produces a clean and unique taste. Admission ticket: not available.
At this farm, have a closer look at how farmers grow strawberries. Enjoy fresh strawberry juice while you view the beautiful strawberry garden. Admission ticket: not available.
Beratan Lake & Ulun Danu Temple
Ulun Danu Temple is dedicated to the gods of the lake or waters (Ulun means ‘head’ and Danu means ‘lake’), as the lake supplies much water to paddy field in the surrounding regions. The temple was founded in the seventeenth century by the King of Mengwi. At the outermost courtyard sits a Buddhist temple and a big Banyan tree. This temple has an important role in the Nyegara Gunung ritual, Segara (ocean) and Gunung (mountain). Here, visitors can rent a speed boat to around the lake. Admission ticket: IDR 30,000/person.
Jatiluwih Rice Terraces
Jatiluwih is a favorite tourist destination in Bali offering beautiful rice terrace unfolding from the foot of mountain to coastal side. As the name implies in Balinese vocabulary, Jati (really) and Luwih (good), it is one of best tourist spots in Bali, showcasing Bali’s beautiful nature. Local paddies planted here has a distinct look and have a relatively high stalk compared to most paddy varieties cultivated by farmers in Bali. Jatiluwih is also famous for its organic agriculture system because it is located in the in the plateau of Mount Batukaru. Admission ticket: IDR 25,000/person
Located in Wanasari, between Tabanan town and Bedugul highland, it is a perfect stopover for family travelers when taking the route of Bedugul to Tanah Lot and vice versa. It is close enough to Jatiluwih’s rice terraces so we can plan to visit this small park in the trip to the central Bali region. It is near the mountains, so it is not as hot as in the beaches or lowlands. It is small and hidden from the main access of Jatisari-Penebel road. Nevertheless, this place offers a very valuable experience, with its well-maintained butterfly, beetle and other insect collections that originated from many islands of Indonesia. Admission ticket: IDR 60,000/person.
Tanah Lot Temple
Tanah Lot is a Balinese Hindu Temple perched on the rock, and seawater encircles it during high tide. Here, you can view one of the most magnificent sunsets Bali has to offer in late afternoon. Several points of interest can be visited at the temple area. A sea snakes dwelling inside the cave , right in front of temple can be visited with a small donation. Locals believe that they are holy snakes that guards the temple. Admission ticket: IDR 30,000/person.