The island village of Ubud is Bali's cultural centre and it is here that you can see live Balinese dancing in the torch-lit courtyard of the Ubud Palace. Situated in the middle of a modest area of rice fields of Ubud, Bali's contemporary center of arts, 40 km from Bali International airport.
Room Facilities -- Each villa is equipped with a private bath, air-conditioning or fan cooled, hot & cold water, mini-bar, kitchen and IDD telephone.
Hotel Facilities -- Facilities including swimming pool, spa, coffee shop.
Room Facility : Each villa is equipped with a private bath, air-conditioning or fan cooled, hot & cold water, mini-bar, kitchen and IDD .
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This package walk program, to visit the balinese life and their daily routine activities, some famous carvers and painters, ubud palace, musium, market and monkey forest.
The ends in museum pendet (bale bali design) in nyuh-kuning village (a village that has a mountain atmosphere), having lunch in this village, and will be provided balinese staple food.
Free pick up hotel in Ubud area (for Sanur, Kuta & Nusadua plus USD.15.00/pax for transfer charge) and take you up to Penelokan/ Kintamani where we'll breakfast overlooking the active volcano, Mount Batur and its crater lake (enjoying the most stunning views in Bali).
Welcome to a triple treat trekking experience! Our newly combined trekking option is really an exclusive experience. The new tour begins with a drive through the Gianyar Regency passing the ‘real’ wood carving area of Tegalalang until the starting point in the highlands of Taro.
The isolated village boasts the oldest Temple structure on the island of Bali and is also home to the famed Sacred White Cows that are rare to the island.