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Bali Full-Day Traditional Village Sightseeing Trip All Inclusive

Ubud, Bali
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10 hours

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

20 people



Bali Full-Day Traditional Village Sightseeing Trip All Inclusive is a private tour in one day to visit the most beautiful places is a private tour to visit artisan art villages around Ubud. As well as traditional dance performances and a full day Balinese cultural tour.

Watch traditional dance performances which are very popular among tourists. A unique dance with semi lion and rangda stature. Then see local artisans in creating the best quality objects in Bali. Local handicrafts, including batik in Batubulan, gold and silver jewelry in Celuk, and wooden statues in Mas village.

Then visit the old Batuan Temple in Batuan Village. A temple filled with luxurious carvings with ancient architectural concepts. After finishing exploring the rock temple, we will take you to visit the Ubud monkey forest. Before that you can find a place to have lunch first.

Then visit the monkey forest and old temples in the Ubud monkey forest area. After that take a walk in downtown Ubud which is famous for the Ubud royal palace and the Ubud art market. The last tourist spot to visit is a coffee plantation, before your driver takes you back to the hotel.

Bali Full-Day Traditional Village Sightseeing Trip All Inclusive Itinerary

  • 08.00 am : Pick up from the hotel
  • 10.00 am : Visit Batubulan Village and watching Barong Dance
  • 11.00 am : Visit Traditional Art Village and Culture
  • 12.00 pm : Lunch at local warung ( personal Expanses )
  • 14.00 pm : Visit the Ubud monkey forest
  • 16.30 pm : Visit Coffee Plantation ( Agrowisata )
  • 17.45 pm : Back to Hotel

Bali Full-Day Traditional Village Sightseeing Trip All Inclusive Price

11 – 18 Persons IDR. 450.000/ person
7 – 10 Persons IDR. 480.000/ person
4 – 6 Persons IDR. 500.000/ person
2 – 3 Persons IDR. 565.000/ person


Whats You Need to bring?

  • Camera
  • Sun cream
  • Extra Clothes if you want to take a bath in Tirta empul temple

Tour Conditions

  • The price already include with 11% Government tax and Services
  • Above Price minimun 2 persons Booking
  • The tour is Private Tours, means there is no other participant, just only you and your companion
  • The Tour will assist by English Speaking Tours Driver
  • Price account with USD or Idr per person
  • This tour is private service ( no other passenger in one car )
  • Free cancellation fee or change date 24 hours before the tour date
  • Cancel within on the day when our driver already in hotel will be charge 50% from total price
  • Payment by cash with driver with USD or IDR account with last currencies
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1. Watching Barong and Kriss Dance
Barong and Kris dance is a traditional dance form of Bali, Indonesia. It is a lively and dynamic dance that tells the story of the eternal battle between good and evil, with Barong representing the forces of good and Rangda representing the forces of evil.

The Barong and Kris dance is a confrontation between Barong and Rangda. The dance depicts a fierce battle between the two, with Barong using his mystical powers to protect the people from evil forces wielded by Rangda. The dancers skillfully stage epic battles, combining elaborate footwork, gestures, and facial expressions to depict the intense struggle between good and evil.
2. Batuan Temple
The Batuan Temple, also known as Pura Puseh Batuan, is a Hindu temple located in the village of Batuan, in the Gianyar regency of Bali, Indonesia. It is one of the oldest and most important temples on the island, known for its exquisite architecture, intricate stone carvings, and cultural significance.

One of the main highlights of the Batuan Temple is its stunning stone carvings, which depict intricate scenes from Hindu mythology and epic stories. The carvings are finely detailed and showcase the high level of craftsmanship and artistic skill of Balinese artisans. The temple also features beautiful traditional Balinese architectural elements, such as multi-tiered roofs, pavilions with thatched roofs, and ornate gateways, which are all crafted with great care and precision.
3. Arts Village
The next is visit Arts village. You can choose one of Celuk Village, Batuan Village, Mas Village. Celuk village is famous for the center of Balinese crafts such as gold and silver for Celuk Village. Wooden carvings located in Mas Village and paintings in Batuan or Singapadu Village.

Look at the arts village to find out various local products that are traditionally processed before visiting Ubud monkey forest. And if you like to collect high quality art items, this is the right place to get them.
4. Ubud Monkey Forest
The Monkey Forest Sanctuary, also known as the Sacred Monkey Forest Ubud, is a popular tourist attraction located in Ubud. It is a natural reserve and temple complex that is home to over 700 long-tailed Balinese macaque monkeys.

Visitors to the Monkey Forest Ubud can observe the monkeys in their natural habitat, as they roam freely throughout the forest. However, it's important to exercise caution and follow the rules and guidelines provided by the sanctuary, as the monkeys are wild animals and can be unpredictable. Feeding the monkeys or attempting to touch or harass them is strongly discouraged, as it can lead to aggressive behavior.

Apart from the monkeys, the Monkey Forest Ubud also features several ancient Hindu temples, which is dedicated to the worship of Lord Shiva. These temples are considered sacred by the local community and provide visitors with a glimpse into Bali's rich cultural and religious heritage.
5. Coffee Plantation
Visiting natural of the coffee-making process in Luwak Coffee plantation. The process of drying the coffee beans are still using sunlight. roasting coffee beans are still using natural tools such as pan made of clay and the roasting process uses heat from firewood. The resulting coffee has a distinctive scent, because it is processed in a natural way.

Explore the organic Coffee plantation and enjoy a variety of herbal product that you can find in this plantation. Stay relax with green panorama of Bali countryside. Discover our unique way of processing coffee Luwak that we do in the traditional way. Luwak coffee is the best and most expensive coffee. Also get a free tester for all local products that we have.

  • Private Transportation, Petrol, parking fee
  • English Speaking Driver
  • Ticket for Barong and Kris dance
  • Ticket for Batuan Temple
  • Ticket for Monkey Forest
  • Free Coffee and other herbal product
  • Mineral Water
  • Your Personal expenses
  • Your Lunch
  • Gratuities (optional)


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