Arrive at the airport and on passing through immigration, find our guy holding your name placard, hop on to the cab and arrive at the hotel. After relaxing for a couple of hours, leave for your neighborhood street that has the Ubud Art Market and much more. Here you will find an amazing range of shopping and dining options, scroll through the street and then settle down at a restaurant of your liking. (The above are only recommendations inside Ubud near to the Ubud Art Market, to be done on your own, we do not arrange tickets or transfers for the same)
Head to the Batur ecological park where you can see the famous Mt. Batur volcano from everywhere, on one side of the volcano is a lake which is being slowly developed into a tourist spot, and on the other side lies the Mount Batur Temple complex with 5 temples on a peak facing the volcano. Eat lunch at a restaurant nearby.
Next, head to the monkey forest and experience a kingdom built for just monkeys, filled with tall trees, ancient building, beautiful bridges, and ofcourse monkeys.
Enter the palace of the king of Bali, now a shadow of its former self, it is still a remarkable monument in the middle of the city, it will take around an hour's time to visit it, and then head to Saraswati temple, one of the best temples in Bali, and then finish strolling at the Ubud Art Market, where you immerse yourself into shopping. Drop at the hotel by 2000hrs.
After a heavy day of driving long distances climb down a few steps to reach the beautiful Tegenungan falls. Take a dip, hop on a swing, refresh yourself before heading back.
Wake up early and post breakfast leave for the Tegalalang Rice Terraces, no shops will be open, and there will be no traffic, hence you will have the whole rice slopes to yourself, a beautiful creation by the loving people of Bali. Get Instagramming!
Take a dip in the divine shrine of Tirta Empul, where the blessed water comes from the underground springs, the later you go, the more people you will find. Next in line is the Gunung Kawi Temple 600 steps down, an ancient stone temple beautifully built by the Balinese. Try shopping for souvenirs at the temple, we found it to be the cheapest in Bali.
If you are looking for something truly Balinese, then look no further than the only surviving traditional Balinese village of Penglipuran. It is surprising how green, neatly kept, and well designed the whole village complex is. A great stopover.
Post the Sacred Monkey Forest and lunch, head to the Goa Gajah caves. These are ancient caves with temples and waterfalls built inside them, extremely beautiful and mythic. Also checkout the famous Tukad Cepung waterfalls.
Have an early breakfast and get ready to leave for the peninsula island in Nusa Dua. It is famous for the water blow, Ram-Laxman statue, and the beautiful clean beaches with pristine water and big waves, ideal for surfing. Spend the next few hours moving around, take a surf lesson, or simply chill on the beach.
Post lunch, move to the paragliding spot near Pandawa beach. Here you will fly over a 100m cliff, and will experience the waves crashing against the rocks under you. An amazing adventure, with one of the prettiest views in South Bali.
And now get ready for your final destination of the day, the famed Uluwatu Temple, built on the top of a cliff overlooking a romantic sunset every evening, and experience the entertaining Kecak dance in an open sunset facing amphitheatre at the clifftop. Return to the hotel by 2000 hrs and spend the night exploring the Kuta art market.
Dance the night away at your final destination of the day, the Rock Bar.
Check out from the hotel by 1200 hrs and get dropped to the airport to get back home.
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