Jati Luwih Rice Terrace and Tanah Lot Tour – Bali Full Day Tour

Jati Luwih Rice Terrace and Tanah Lot Tour  – Bali Full Day Tour Jati Luwih Rice Terrace and Tanah Lot Tour  – Bali Full Day Tour Jati Luwih Rice Terrace and Tanah Lot Tour  – Bali Full Day Tour Jati Luwih Rice Terrace and Tanah Lot Tour  – Bali Full Day Tour
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One of the popular Full Day Tour Package that visit some places of interest such as Taman Ayun Temple, a beautiful temple in village of Mengwi, then visit Bali Coffee Plantation and see the coffee making process and taste the coffee for free,  next journey to visit the remarkable view of Beratan lake temple / Ulun Danu Beratan Temple in Bedugul area. Continue to visit the Jatiluwih Rice Terrace with breathtaking view of rice paddy while enjoying lunch at local restaurant. After lunch, the trip continue to visit Tanah Lot Temple an ancient Balinese shrine perched on top of an outcrop amidst constantly crashing waves and one of the Bali’s icons that should not be missed for it’s dramatic sunset view. Please find below  a short description of destinations that we will visit during the tour.


A beatiful temple strategically located beside major roadway between Denpasar to Singaraja, in Mengwi village, Badung regency, around 18 km northwest of Denpasar. Taman Ayun Temple was built by Mengwi King, I Gusti Agung Putu in the year 1634. It has beatiful wide garden landscape and surrounded by big fish pond as if the drifting temple. In addition to its beauty, this temple is also considered to have historical values which made the regional Bali government proposed to UNESCO in 2002 to include in World Heritage list.Taman Ayun Temple complex is 100 meters in length and 250 meters in width. The complex comprises an outer court and three inner courts. The inner courts, sided with stone fences, have different elevations, and the inner most is the highest one. The outer court Taman Ayun Temple, also known as Jaba, is situated at the outer side of the pool. There is a bridge over the pool to connect the outer court to the inner ones. At the end of the bridge, on the inner court side, there is a Bentar gate followed by a pathway leading to the inner courts. There are two giant statues at each end of the bridge. The second and third terraces are slightly higher than the first. To enter, visitors must go through a second gate where a shelter called Bale Pengubengan greets them with ornamental features that depict the nine Hindu gods that guard the nine points of the compass, referred to as Dewata Nawa Sanga. East of this court is a small temple called Pura Dalem Bekak, while in its western corner is an eight metre-high wooden bell tower known to locals as ‘Bale Kulkul’. A climb up will reveal two hanging rectangular wooden bells, plus a high and spectacular view of the whole complex. Each Kliwon Tuesday of Wuku Medangsia in Balinese calendar, Piodalan (ceremony) is held in this temple to celebrate the temple’s anniversary.


What makes coffee luwak so special is that it's defecated, not decaffeinated. The Palm civet have an important role in producing this unusual product.The civets eat the fleshy pulp of the bright red coffee berries. The beans remain inside their stomach for a while – fermenting, before being passed – undigested. Then they are collected, washed, sun-dried, lightly roasted, and crushed into fine coffee grounds .The biological theory is that proteolytic enzymes seep into the beans while they are fermenting, making shorter peptides and free amino acids. The emerging beans yield an aromatic coffee with much less bitterness for drinking pleasure.They are efficient mass-production machines judging by the constant stream of beans falling onto the cage floor.You can participate in the coffee making process, you roast a crucible of beans over an open fireplace on the earthen floor, as the beans turn black and it’s done after six minutes. An unforgetable experince in your lifetime. Bali coffee extraordinaire is an interesting experience to sample the unusual beverage. This is what travel is all about.


A temple built in the 17th century dedicated to worship of the main Hindu trinity, Brahma-Vishnu-Shiva, as well as the lake goddess, Dewi Danu.  The temple complex is located on the shores of Lake Bratan in the mountains near Bedugul. Water temples serve the entire region in the outflow area; downstream there are many smaller water temples that are specific to each irrigation association. Ulun Danu Temple complex comprising of four groups of shrines and the ceremony is held every every six month or 210 days in Balinese Calendar. Lake Bratan is known as the Lake of Holy Mountain due to the fertility of this area. Located 1200 m above sea level, it has a cold tropical climate and become a favorite sightseeing and recreational destination both domestic and foreign visitors.


Jatiluwih is one of favorite destination and Bali’s must-see panorama. Located at about 700m above sea level in the Penebel district of the Tabanan regency, the journey up to these highlands from the main southern areas such as Kuta and Denpasar takes an approximate two-hour drive. You will find the largest and most picturesque expanse of paddies in Bali and perhaps the whole of Indonesia here. The cool highlands and the breathtaking scenery of this village at the foot of Mount Batukaru makes for wonderful photo opportunities, and serves as a soothing retreat away from the island’s crowded in the south. Jatiluwih rice terraces comprises over 620Ha of rice fields that follow the flowing hillside topography of the Batukaru mountain range. These are well-maintained by a traditional water management system known as ‘subak’, which dates back to the 9th century. The local paddies planted in this site look typically of the higher size plant compared with other paddy commonly planted by most farmers in Bali .


Tanah Lot Temple is an ancient Balinese shrine perched on top of an outcrop amidst constantly crashing waves and one of the Bali’s icons that should not be missed for it’s dramatic sunset view.It is said that Pura Tanah Lot has been built on the recommendation of an important Hindu priest Danghyang Nirartha in the 16th century, who has shaped Bali's Hinduism and religious architecture for the centuries to come.
Located in Beraban Village, Tabanan regency, Tanah Lot is a very important site for pilgrimages and plays an important role in Balinese spiritualism and mythology. This is an extremely popular tourist destination and the whole area is often busy, especially in the late afternoons before the sunset. The area between the car park  and the beach adjacent to the temple is amaze of souvenir shops selling just about every Balinese trinket imaginable.
Once you have fought your way through the souvenir vendors to the beach, you will see the magnificent temple perched on a rock just a few meters offshore. There is a footpath to the raised cliff area just to the south from where the views of the temple and the sunset behind it are outstanding. Most people stay around one hour. During high tide, the rock is completely surrounded by water. Best time to visit is during low tide (afternoon / evening) which allows you to get very near, watch the holy snake in the cave of rock base and take some amazing pictures at the shore and from the coastline.

Tour Itinerary :

08:00 – Pick up at the hotel
09.00 – Visit  Taman Ayun  Temple
10.00 – Visit Coffee Plantation
12.00 – Visit Ulun Danu Beratan Temple
13.30 – Visit Jatiluwih Rice Terrace and having lunch  at local Restaurant.
16.30 – Visit Tanah Lot Temple
18.30 – Back to Hotel

Tour Price :

IDR.. 700.000/car ( 1 till 6 person included)
IDR. 1.100.000/minibus ( 1 till 12 person included)
IDR. 1.500.000/minibus ( 1 till 17 person included)5
IDR. 2.500.000/bus ( 1 till 30 person included)
Inclusion : Private AC Coach /  Minibus / Bus + Petrol + English Speaking Driver
Exclude : Lunch and entrance tickets

Inclusive lunch and entrance fee:

IDR. 730.000/person ( minimum 2 person )
Inclusion : Private  AC Coach / Minibus / Bus + Petrol + English Speaking Driver + Entrance tickets + Lunch Indonesian Food + Mineral Water

Area Covered for Pick Up :

Legian, Kuta, Seminyak, Nusa Dua, Jimbaran, Sanur, Ubud, Canggu, Benoa Harbour, Airport.

  • The price inclusive of Government tax
  • The tour is Private Tours, not sharing with other participants.
  • The Tour will be guided by English Speaking Driver
  • Tour Guide is available upon request with additional guide fee.





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