Besakih – Goa Lawah

Bali Full Day tours :: Besakih – Goa Lawah tour, pick-up to hotel at 8.30am, visit  Celuk – Kertagosa – Bukit Jambul – Besakih – Goalawah, tour finish and come back to hotel 5.00 pm

Batubulan can be visited both in the morning and in the evening. Every day many tourists enjoy the Barong dance performance which is usually held from 9.30am to 10.30am. The Barong dance itself is performed at five different stages, illustrating the balance of goodness and badness side in everyday’s bustle and hustle of life. The Barong dance is sometimes performed like musical comedy involving humor aspects in it. The overall performance is entertaining and amusing, certainly something all visitors should see….view details

Within one hour drive from Kuta area, or about 5 kilometers from Denpasar you can reach Celuk Village. Here, all Balinese silver crafters are creating the beautiful items which are able to attract not only domestic market but also the international gold and silver enthusiasts. The gold and silver jewelry products have been being favorites for many jewelry admirers all around the globe. All the accessories are truly one-of-a-kind and blending the Balinese elegant taste with international favorite style jewelries. The travelers looking for gold and silver souvenirs to bring home are strongly recommended to visit Celuk Village to discover the appealing items as well as the Balinese goldsmiths and silversmiths….view details

Kertha Gosa is an old building of jurisdiction and legislation and is one of the main areas in Bali that has been important throughout history in the development of modern Bali. Located within the district of Klungkung in the north of the island and is an excellent and grand old area with amazing history. The words Kertha Gosa mean peaceful announcement which has been the prime focus of the Kertha Gosa throughout history. The inside and outside of the Kertha Gosa and all around it there is some amazing art in the form of paintings and carvings of wood and stone……view details

Bukit Jambul is renown as an outstanding natural tourist destination due to the harmonious combination of hilly land, rice fields, valleys and the beautiful sea panorama in a distance. From high land, we will be able to witness the beauty of the nature beneath. A stunning fertile rice fields terrace surrounding the area of Bukit Jambul has long enjoyed its reputation as a tourist destination. With a cool air and enjoyable atmosphere, Bukit Jambul is a perfect place to unwind and rejuvenate…..view details

Over a thousand years old Besakih is known as the ‘Mother Temple of Bali’, Pura Besakih is the biggest and holiest temple in Bali and is perched nearly 1,000m up the side of Gunung Agung. Besakih is the biggest and holiest of all the Balinese temples. Bali’s mother temple stands against a stupendous mountain backdrop on the southeastern slopes of Mount Agung. The mountain top setting gives it an almost mystical quality. The largest on the island, this massive complex of 35 small temples attracts staggering numbers each year, being the main point of pilgrimage for Balinese Hindus…..view details

Goa Lawah is a cave in which the walls vibrate with thousands of bats, the Bat Cave name comes from the fact that this well-built blessed complex rises right facing a cave where factually thousands of bats hang serenely from its walls, slumbering until the time comes to take off in fight, normally at night, to go look for good.
Pursuant to the papyrus of Dwi Jendra Tattwa, the Gua Lawah’s name is Gua Lelawah, the name which is given by Danghyang Nirartha (a priest overspread the Hindu teaching in Bali) when he stop in this place on his Tirtha Yatra trips. He arrive at a cave which is a lot of bats hang on and its unbroken voice clamor as hymn to add the beauty of the cave…..view details

Celuk :: Gold and silver smith Kertagosa :: Klungkung Bukit Jambul

Pura Besakih :: Karangasem Gualawah

Price: Rp. 200.000,- (car) + Rp. 75.000,- (driver 8 hours)

The above rates are net, include:

  • Private transport with A/C
  • Driver : speaking English

(Excluded petrol price)

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