Kehen Temple

Kehen Temple is located in Cempaga Village, Bangli District, Bangli Regency. The temple is set on the foot of a wooded hill, about 2 kilometers north of the town center. Established at least in the 13th-century, Pura Kehen was the royal temple of the Bangli Kingdom, now the Regency of Bangli.  Kehen Temple is a Hindu holy temple which is also called the Hyang Api temple. It has a lot of uniqueness that can be seen from this Kehen Temple from its very strategic location and also the entrance using Candi Bentar with Balinese carvings and looks like the Khayangan Jagat Temple in general. As for what looks different from other temples, the entrance to Kehen Temple is using Candi Kurung and being one of the photo objects that is really fantastic where the photos produced with the Kurung Temple background are so beautiful to look at and very instagrammable. In addition to the beauty of the Kurung Temple located in Kehen Temple, here you can also see another sight that is no less interesting, namely the view of the Bangli hill that stretches to the north of Kehen Temple, a view that is so enchanting and will spoil the eyes of the beholder.

Thank you for reading this post, don't forget to subscribe!


Penglipuran is one of the traditional villages of Bangli Regency, located in Kubu, Bangli sub-district. This village is famous as one of the tourist destinations in Bali because of its people who still carry out and preserve traditional Balinese culture in their daily lives. The architecture of the building and land management still follows the concept of Tri Hita Karana, the Balinese philosophy of the balance of the relationship between God, humans, and the environment. Penglipuran Bali Village is one of 3 villages that has been named the cleanest village in the world. Thanks to its cleanliness and neatness, this tourism village has also won several awards including Kalpataru, ISTA (Indonesia Sustainable Tourism Award) in 2017, and most recently, this destination was included in the Sustainable Destinations Top 100 version of the Green Destinations Foundation.


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.


Tirta Empul Temple

Tirta Empul is a Balinese Hindu temple located in Manukaya village, Tampak Siring sub-district, Gianyar regency, Bali. The unique architecture and the presence of springs inside the temple make Tirta Empul temple attract many tourists. Built in the 10th-century, Tirta Empul temple is a Hindu Balinese water temple, and is considered sacred by the community. Worshippers take part in ancient cleansing rituals here and visitors are welcomed to join.

Elephant Cave ( Goa Gajah )

The Goa Gajah ‘Elephant Cave’ is an archaeological site on the cool western borders of Bedulu Village, 6 km out of central Ubud. To the unknowing, Goa Gajah’s name can be slightly misleading, often creating an impression that the site is a gigantic dwelling full of elephants. After taking the flight of stone steps down to the Goa Gajah temple complex, you often don’t need more than an hour to explore and admire the relic-filled courtyard and view the rock-wall carvings. The site contains a namesake meditational cave, bathing pools and fountains.

  • Duration 10-11 hours
  • 08.30 AM Pick Up At HOTEL
  • Visit Kehen Temple
  • Go to Penglipuran
  • Visit Tirta Empul
  • Visit The Goa Gajah ‘Elephant Cave’
  • 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