Bali Full Day Trips, Beach, Dance, Dinner, Seafood, Statue, Temple Starts from Rp2.530.000/ Person

GWK – Uluwatu + Dinner Jimbaran

Rp 2.530.000/ Person

GWK ( Garuda Wisnu Kencana Kultural Park )

Garuda Wisnu Kencana is one of the most popular tourist destinations among foreign and domestic tourists, with the flagship of the largest statue in Bali, namely the Garuda Wisnu Kencana Statue which is estimated to be higher than the statue of liberty. With a design that is very thick with the characteristics of Balinese carvings, this statue is one of the best statues and is used as an icon of this beloved island of Bali.

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Padang Padang Beach

Padang Padang Beach which also known as Pantai Labuan Sait is a famous surf spot on the Bukit Peninsula in Bali, Indonesia. This beach features an exotic setting; a simply stunning one-hundred-meter-long stretch of sand that is accessible down a flight of stairs through a unique hollow rock entrance.

Uluwatu Temple

Uluwatu Temple also referred to as Pura Luhur Uluwatu, is a magnificent and awe-inspiring Hindu Sea temple situated on the southwestern promontory of the Indonesian Island of Bali. Uluwatu Temple is a place of significant spiritual and cultural importance for the Balinese people, as it is one of Bali’s nine directional temples, which are believed to safeguard the island from evil spirits. The temple complex comprises numerous shrines, a hallowed banyan tree, and an authentic Balinese gateway.

Kecak & Fire Dance Performance

Kecak dance is a Balinese traditional art of dance-drama that narrates the story of Ramayana epic. This art of dance drama is performed by many dancers and most of them are men. It highlights the art of movement and the art of sound (chants) without any instrumental music. However, the music of this dance is a fusion of a group sound, around 70 men’s or more who danced in a circle. The men wear chequered sarongs and are seated in tight, concentric circles with a central space reserved for the protagonist characters. It is what distinguishes this dance from other Balinese dances and attracts tourists to come to Bali over and over again. The music of this drama dance is only produced by the sound of ornaments that are used on the dancer’s feet. Wayan Limbak is the figure who created Kecak Dance. Tari Kecak actually originated from a Balinese ancient ritual called “Sanghyang Dance” in which dancers fall into a trance. The male dancers who dance Kecak will shout the word ‘Cak Cak Cak’. From that sound, then the name of the dance is Kecak Dance. In addition to shouting, Kecak Dance music also comes from the sound of rattle tied to the legs of dancers who spread the Ramayana figures. Inside the circle, the other dancer’s act the role. They play a dance inspired by the episode of the Ramayana story that saved Shinta from Ravana’s crime.

Seafood Dinner Jimbaran

Jimbaran beach is located between airport and bukit pecatu with original villages of kedonganan and Jimbaran itself. Jimbaran is part of South Kuta and the distance is not far from Kuta Beach only 15-25 minutes from Kuta Beach by car. Jimbaran Beach is always the center of attention when we talk about seafood, where people enjoy a sensation of eating grilled seafood on the beachside of Jimbaran. You can pick your favorite seafood prawns, lobsters, squids or fishes. Waiting on your food, you can sit around on soft white sands and watch the sunset in the evening. This place is called as “jimbaran seafood” because all the seafood here the catch of local fisherman. It is these fishermen who support and supply all seafood needs from the restaurant business along the Jimbaran coast. Jimbaran is the name of place in Bali which is located in a bay called Jimbaran Bay, precisely in the village of Kedonganan. Whereas Kedonganan itself is the name of fishing village where their livelihood is said to be fishing around the Jimbaran Bay. Jimbaran Beach has beautiful white sand along the coast with clean sea water, it would be nice if you visit Jimbaran beach with all the beauty of the beach and it is very suitable for couples, when night falls at the restaurant, candles are used as lighting which will make the atmosphere very romantic.

  • Duration 10-11 hours
  • 13.00 PM Pick Up At HOTEL
  • Go to Garuda Wisnu Kencana
  • Go to Padang Padang Beach
  • Visit Uluwatu Temple
  • Watch Kecak and Fire Dance
  • Seafood Dinner at Jimbaran beach
  • 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