Tour to Bedugul and Jati Luwih offers you cool and pleasant climate up to 18oC. Here, all visitors will be pampered by the superb view overlooking the lake, the complete botanical garden, as well as the graceful temple. The quest begins by visiting Tohpati which is famous as Batik center while enjoying the Batik making process. Then the journey continued to visit artistic village of Batubulan to see the authentic stone carvings and sculptures made by the skilful local Balinese. The other sights for this our package including Taman Ayun, Candi Kuning, Bedugul Botanical Garden, and Jatiluwih which are the most recommended places when you are touring to the middle part of the island.
- Tohpati (Center of Batik, hand weaving/making batik)
Tohpati is widely known as the center of handmade Balinese batik with various colors and shapes. Here the visitors will be exhibited the Batik making and hand weaving process. Finally you can buy some to bring home. The specialties of Balinese Batik can be seen from the strong Javanese motifs; some of modern Batik applies the paintings objects, such as Balinese culture, ceremonies, beautiful sites, or mythological figures. Batik is one of the most beautiful wearable art and the approach to the other side of Balinese rich culture.
Batubulan is an agricultural village which gains fame for its arts activities including stone carving and dancing. The area is part of Sukawati district, Gianyar regency only approximately 10 kilometers from Denpasar city. All stone carvers from Batubulan are experts in making such artistic and adorable items that are mostly displayed in the houses, temples, resorts, hotels, or villas in Bali. When you enter the Batubulan village, you will catch the welcome stone building as the hallmark of Batubulan as the center of stone carving in Bali.
- Taman Ayun
To reach Pura Taman Ayun you just need to drive for about 18 kilometers to the north from Denpasar city center, precisely in the midway between Denpasar and Singaraja. The site is a Royal Temple of Mengwi Dynasty built in the seventeenth century, boasting the wonderful temple building with typical roof as well as Balinese Architecture. The Pura Taman Ayun means the garden temple in the water. As one of the most prominent temple on the island, the Pura Taman Ayun is respected not only the divinities it was built for the first time for, also this sacred and beautiful temple is built for such great festivals and all religious events.
- Candikuning (fruit and flower village market)
Besides as a worship place, Candikuning is also popular for the fruit and flower plantations and harvests. The visitors can visit the Candikuning village market to buy the fresh mango, banana, papaya, avocado, orange, as well as various spices, flowers, vegetables, handicrafts, paintings, and fabrics. If you love rabbits, here you can buy the cute one at the price you will be happy to pay. In the entire surroundings you can find loads of public facilities, local restaurants, accommodations, and more. The site is within short stroll to Bedugul Botanical Garden and Beratan Lake.
- Ulundanu temple
Ulun Danu Temple Beratan is opened for Visitors
If we look into the location, this temple is located in Beratan lakeside and it was the unique Bali Temple in Bali which are now many tourists paying a visit to this place. It is situated in the plateau area and surrounded by cold weather and owns the magnificent view which makes impression for every visitor. It is strategically located beside the main road from Denpasar to Singaraja. It is very easy to locate this temple by following the main road with the good access.
- Jatiluwih (rice terrace)
Tranquilly situated 48 kilometers from Denpasar city, Jatiluwih is a place to go whenever you need fresh weather, majestic view of the extensive terrace rice fields. The most enchanting natural attraction in Jatiluwih is the terrace rice field back-grounded and beautified by mountain with its tropical forest and greeneries. What makes the paddies harvests in Jatiluwih different than in the other places is that the Jatiluwih paddies are popular for their big size and the highest quality. Also, Jatiluwih is renowned for its organic agriculture system. In addition, the people often visit Petali Temple on the upper land of the village to watch the Wali Pendet, a sacred dance performed to celebrate the anniversary of the temple.