Bali Classic 5 Day Tour 

TOUR COST from AUD666.00** Per Person Twin Share



Arrival at Ngurah Rai, Bali International Airport, meet and greet by our local guide who will lead you to the parking area to board the vehicle for your transfer to your hotel in Ubud. It takes about 1hr drive from airport to Ubud area or more depending on the traffic.

Upon arrival at the hotel, directly check in and enjoy the rest of the day free at your own leisure.


Lunch and dinner at own arrangement


Accommodation at the RAMA PHALA (Deluxe Room)

Superior and Deluxe accommodation available on request




Pick up from your hotel in Ubud for sightseeing and you day is started with a visit to Batubulan village, which is famous for stone carving. But the visit now is to have the opportunity to watch Barong and Kris Dance show that describes the eternal struggle between good (Barong) and evil (Rangda) and ends with a scene where the kris dancers fall into a trance and kill Rangda.  We then proceed to Celuk, the centre of exquisite silver works and Mas for its fine woodcarvings. Enter Ubud, the cultural heart of Bali with many fine art galleries, and a home to a score of local and foreign artists. One of them is Agung Rai Museum of Art which has an extensive collection of paintings by Balinese, Indonesian and foreign artists in classic Balinese and contemporary styles. Afterwards, you can test your bargaining skill at Ubud art market prior to a visit to Puri Saren Agung whose royal family ruled Ubud from the late 1800’s until 1917. Rest of the day is at leisure.


Lunch and dinner at own arrangement


Accommodation at the RAMA PHALA (Deluxe Room)



Breakfast at the hotel


We head east to visit Kerta Gosa, or Hall of Justice, built in 18th century in Klungkung. It is beautifully laid out within a moat and provides an exquisite example of the Klungkung style of painting and architecture which can be seen in their ceiling murals. Continue on to Kusamba, a fishermen village that also engages in the salt making where you will also see colourful outriggers lined up along the black sand shores. The coastal road with full view to Nusa Penida will lead us to Goa Lawah (Bat Cave). This cave, whose walls vibrate with thousands of bats, is considered holy, and a temple and surrounding shrines protect the entrance. Our last stop will be Tenganan, an original Balinese village, a stronghold of ancient traditions. You can see the local women weave the famous “flaming” cloth, kamben geringsing, which supposedly has the power of immunise the wearer against evil.


Lunch and Dinner at own arrangement


Accommodation at RAMA CANDIDASA (Superior Room)



Breakfast at the hotel


After breakfast, we visit Taman Tirta Gangga (Water Palace) whose swimming pools and ornamental ponds serve as a fascinating reminder of the Balinese rajah’s old days. We then go northwest and stop in Putung to see a panoramic view over the eastern bay. Continue through spectacular views of terraced rice fields to Besakih temple, located on the slope of Mount Agung, Bali’s highest volcano. It is called the Mother Temple of Bali as it houses ancestral shrines for all Hindu Balinese and a complex of nearly 24 temples. Our next stop is Kintamani that presents breathtaking views over the caldera lake, Danau Batur. descending towards the north coast we make a brief stop at the temple of Sangsit and a look around the former capital Singaraja. Evening is at leisure.


Lunch and Dinner at own arrangement


Accommodation at ANEKA LOVINA (Superior Room)



Breakfast at the hotel


Optional Dolphin tour may be organised on the spot early in the morning, spotting from a motorised outrigger boat on the Java Sea (personal account). 


After leaving Lovina we stop at the hot springs of Banjar (possibility for swimming) and visit to the Buddhist Monastery nearby then continue the drive returning to the South via Bedugul. We pass the twin lake and arrive at Ulun Danu Temple, perched on the Beratan lake side to honour Dewi Danau, goddess of the lake. Proceed to Tanah Lot Temple, one of the most important temples in Bali built on a small island in the sea it is a perfect place to enjoy an amazing sunset (subject to weather permitted) in a breathtaking environment.


We take you back to your hotel in South Bali, or proceed straight to the airport to catch your evening flight.

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TOUR PRICES:  FROM AUD666.00 per person
Rates for Superior and Deluxe Hotel accommodation are on request.

Tour Conditions:


Minimum participants

  • This tour requires a minimum of two persons to operate

  • Compulsory:

  • Compulsory Christmas Eve Dinner on December 24, 2017 (if any) and Compulsory New Year Eve Dinner on December 31, 2017 (if any) will be advised upon booking

Package includes
  • Twin share accommodation in air-conditioned standard hotel rooms at selected hotel or similar category

  • Meals as indicated in the itinerary

  • Transportation and meals as mentioned in the program, by air-conditioned car or minibus with English 

  • Entrance fees, donations, parking

  • Service charges, room tax, VAT, driver and guide expenses, and baggage handling

NOT Included in the tour prices
  • High Season and Peak Season Surcharge

  • Optional dolphin tour at Lovina are USD 15.00 per passenger

  • Expenditures of a personal nature, such as drinks, souvenirs and laundry etc.

  • Others meals which are not specified in the itinerary

  • Tipping for guide and driver

  • Travel Insurances

  • Free Visa  for a short visit up to 30 days (non-extendable) given to around 169 countries enter to and exit from 29 airports (Soekarno-Hatta Jakarta / Ngurah Rai Bali /Kuala Namu Medan) / Juanda Surabaya / Hang Nadim Batam International airport, Adi Sucipto, Yogyakarta, Adi Soemarmo, Surakarta, Ahmad Yani, Semarang, Sultan Hasanuddin, Makassar, Bandara International Lombok, etc) and certain seaports (Sri Bintan, Bintan Island /Sekupang, Batam Island/Batam Center, Batam Island and Tanjung Uban, Nintan Island) otherwise Visa on Arrival will be applied currently USD 35 net per entry per person (subject to change without prior notice).

  • Please note that visa regulations in Indonesia are subject to change of which we cannot be held responsible.