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Kintamani – Besakih Tour

Barong & Kris Dance

The Barong & Kris Dance is a traditional Balinese ritual dance. It is a captivating performance that tells the story of good versus evil, with the good represented by the Barong, a mythical lion-like creature. It is said to bring peace and harmony to the village, often performed by two actors – one dressed as the Barong and the other as Rangda, a witch-like figure. The actors perform a battle between the two characters, with the Barong ultimately emerging victorious. Barong performances are a popular tourist attraction in Bali, with many shows taking place around the island. As part of the performance, the Barong will often be sprinkled with holy water to ward off any evil spirits.

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Celuk Village Silver Art

Celuk Village is formerly as a traditional Balinese village located in the entrance gate of Gianyar Regency ad has changed into a tourist attraction with its trademark in the form of gold and silver. The village located in Sukawati District, Gianyar Regency has the uniqueness and excellent in production of gold and silver handicrafts.

Batuan Village ( Artwork & Paintings )

Batuan Village a famous Balinese Artwork / Balinese paintings and as such a famous Bali tourism destinations, located about 7 kilometers north of Denpasar about and 10 kilometers south of Ubud, it is popular with center of Bali arts, and now it’s known for its dancing, wood panel carving and Bali paintings ubud. The art of painting has been known from time immemorial about hundreds of years ago, which was previously intended for the benefit of religious ceremonies in this batuan village. The painting is for ceremonial purposes such as drawing gods and placing them in temples and others. Batuan has always been a gathering place for painting artists in the village of Ubud, with such beautiful works that make the batuan village the center of painting on the island of Bali.

Gunung Kawi Sebatu

Gunung Kawi Sebatu Temple located 12km northeast of Ubud, the temple is situated within Sebatu, a highland village in Tegallalang. Approaching the temple, a small winding descent offers a bird’s eye view of the entire complex and water gardens. Gunung Kawi Sebatu Temple is one of Bali’s best kept secrets. Known by the locals as Pura Tirta Dawa Gunung Kawi Sebatu, it is one of Bali’s least visited temples despite being one of the most tranquil and beautiful. A special find for visitors, the temple complex features ancient shrines and verdant gardens surrounded by natural spring-fed crystal-clear pools and ponds filled with blooming lotus and carp.

Lunch at Kintamani with View Volcano

Kintamani is one of famous tourist object in Bali, perched in center part of paradise island on Bangli Regency. Kintamani is located in the north of Bali and in the locale of the volcano Mount Batur and its beautiful expanse of fresh water lake. The spectacular mountainous region around Kintamani – with its deep crater lake and bubbling hot springs make this region a must on any Bali itinerary. Lake Batur is the largest lake in Bali and the region offers some of the most spectacular views to be found anywhere on the island. Lake Batur also provides water for an underground network of streams and springs across the southern slopes of the mountain. This district is the earliest known Kingdom in Bali, dating from the 10th Century. The evening can get cool up here but it’s well worth the stay overnight to climb the volcano and watch the sun rises.

Besakih Temple

Besakih Temple is referred to as Bali’s ‘mother temple’ – a grand complex of at least 86 clan temples and shrines on the south-western slopes of Mount Agung. At least 70 celebrations take place at Besakih every year, as each shrine has its own anniversary. Besakih is considered to be the biggest and holiest of Bali’s temples. Its high location offers spectacular countryside views with rice paddies, hills, mountains, and streams. Exploring the whole site can take a day. Pura Besakih is the only temple open to every devotee from any caste group.

  • Duration 10-11 hours
  • 08.00 AM Pick Up At HOTEL
  • Watch The Barong & Kris Dance
  • Go to Celuk Village
  • Go to Batuan Village
  • Visit Gunung Kawi Sebatu Temple
  • Visit Besakih Temple
  • Back To HOTEL

Terms and Conditions

  • The minimum booking is 2 participants (adult price)
  • For solo traveling, an additional charge of 50% will apply
  • Children under 10 years old 50% Off and Infant under 3 years free of charge
  • Private tour: means there is no other participant, just only you and your companion
  • The tour based on English speaking guide (other languages available on request)
  • Operates daily, advance booking required minimum 48 hours (2 days) prior to tour commencing
  • The payment method can be full payment via bank transfer or 50 % deposit and the rest can be cash on arrival (Payment in Indonesian Rupiah based on the latest exchange rates)
  • Your reservation is absolutely secure. All personal data is encrypted and will be processed in a secure way. Bali Day Trips takes the privacy of your personal data very strongly. Your personal information will be only used for booking process


  • Private vehicle with licensed driver. full air-conditioning includes fuel
  • Professional English-speaking Guide
  • Entrance fees at all tourist destinations as mentioned
  • Free sarong to enter the temple
  • Parking Fee / Toll Fee
  • Bottled water during this trip


  • Personal Expenses
  • Lunch/Dinner
  • Tipping Guide / Driver

Cancellation Policy

  • Full refunds will be issued for cancellations made at least 48 hours (2 days) prior to the activity.
  • Cancellation fee to 50% of the TOTAL payment will be charged if a confirmed booking is cancelled within 24 hours (1 day) prior to clients pick up/ tour start
  • No-Show will be charge of 100% of the TOTAL payment

Additional Information

  • Dress comfortably and wear comfortable sandals/ sport shoes
  • Please wearing orderly dress upon visiting the temple
  • Don’t forget to bring your camera, insect repellent, hat and sunscreen

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