Tours - Excursions
Excursions / Sight - Seeing Tours (by Floressa Bali Tours)
Denpasar City Tour (4 Hours)
Visiting the art center at Abian Kapas, the Bali Museum, a local
market and the suburbs of Denpasar.
Ubud Village Art Crafts Tour (5 Hours)
This involves a drive North to explore the daily lives of the people
of Celuk village, which is recognized as the center of silver and
goldsmiths. A village famous for its wood carvers called Kemenuh
is visited, before proceeding to Ubud, where you visit the homes
of artists and to see them at work.
Sites visited include the Painting Museum, where modern Balinese
paintings are displayed, Wenara Wana - a small forest populated
by a group of playful monkeys, and Pengosekan, a village known for
its handicrafts (this village has become alot more well known since
Queen Elizabeth II and Prince of Great Britain visited).
Tour (8 Hours)
The tour begins with Batubulan village to attend Barong and Keris
dance performance. The art and handicraft villages of Celuk, Batuan,
Mas and Ubud are then visited, to witness woodcarving, gold and
silver work, hand weaving and painting.
On to Goa Gajah (Elephant Cave), a Hindu meditation center dating
back to the 11th Century, Then Tampak Siring to visit the holy spring
water temple named Tirta Empul. A scenic drive will take you up
to view the magnificent sights of the still active Mt. Batur volcano
and Lake Batur.
The tour ends with a drive through Bangli town to the 13th century
Kehen Temple and then onto Bukit Jati to view rice terraces and
The Mother Temple Tour (6 Hours)
Visit the Temple of Bali high on the slope of Mt. Agung. En route,
we stop at Klungkung to visit the ancient Kertha Gosha Court House.
Goa Lawah (Bat Cave) a temple built in front of a cave populated
by thousand of bats and snakes will also be visited.
Besakih Tour (10 Hours)
The Kintamani Besakih Tour is a combination of the above 2 tours,
consisting of visiting the art and handicraft villages of Celuk,
Batuan, Mas and Ubud, to witness woodcarving, gold and silver work,
hand weaving and painting. We then proceed to Goa Gajah (Elephant
Cave), a Hindu meditation center dating back to the 11th Century,
before driving up to view the magnificent sights of the still active
Mt. Batur volcano and Lake Batur.
Tenganan-Village Of Bali
Age Tour (8 Hours)
This tour is a combination of the 'Besakih The Mother Temple Tour',
with an addition of a visit to Tenganan Village to see the original,
Singaraja Tour (10 Hours)
Enjoy a visit to the northern coast of the Island, stopping at Kintamani
to view the stunning Lake and Mount Batur, the Kubutambahan village
with its temple decorated by statues, and Lovina beach. Return trip
through scenic Bedugul. Time permitting a stop can be made at Pura
Ulun Danu - a serene temple situated on the shores of Beratan Lake.
Mengwi And Kedaton Tour (5
A tour to Mengwi to view the striking Taman Ayun Royal Temple, before
visiting the monkey forests at Alas Kedaton.
Tour (6 Hours)
A tour covering the recreation center of Bratan Lake and Candi Dewi
Danu (Goddess of the Water Temple). A side trip is possible to visit
the Royal Temple of Taman Ayun in Mengwi.
Kedaton & Tanah Lot Tour (6 Hours)
Enjoy Mengwi, viewing the stunning Taman Ayun Royal Temple, then
on to the monkey forest at Kedaton - known for its temples populated
by colonies of friendly monkeys. After the monkey forest Tanah Lot
Temple will be visited, built on a small, offshore island.
Bukit & Pura
Luhur Tour (4 Hours)
A visit to an amazing temple built on a rock with a straight drop
of 250 feet at Bukit Pecatu. A stop at Kuta town on the way back
for the sunset from its stunning white sandy beach.
Evening Dance Performance Tour (2 Hours)
A short drive to a village close to Denpasar or Batubulan to attend
Kecak / Monkey Dance, Ramayana story, or 1 of several others.
Soft Trekking Tours (3 Hours)
A combination of driving and walking through villages to see Balinese
housing compounds, farms, rice fields, and to view the everyday
life of the people.
& People Observation (10 Hours)
An adventure to the northern and western corners of Bali to learn
about the process of customary rice cultivation. We visit the SUBAK
Museum (SUBAK is the Balinese irrigation organization), and learn
about other plantation systems including coffee, coconuts, cloves,
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