Bali Cycling Tour Program

Bali Cycling Tour Program

If you want sport holiday in Bali Island with bicycle, this is correct program to enjoy in Bali culture, panorama, food, community, and you can see the real of Bali island on bicycle. We are following on your tour schedule, this program is flexible program.

6 days Cycling in Bali


Bali cycling Tour is cycling tourism program in Bali Island, which is combination holiday and sport activities. All the time touring are 8 days and will be visit tourism object pass by tour program. The participants are cyclist any nationality with own bike or rental bike. The goal of the tour is peacefulness. The touring team work comes from the Bali Cycling Federation member. They are expert on cycling guide, bike mechanic and touring management. We are always beside you from pickup at airport until return to home and we prepared your accommodation, tour program, meal for  breakfast, lunch and dinner  with Indonesian food  and refreshments all the of cycling time.


We are prepare mountain bike  or bring your bicycle.

Our Tour Guide

Our tour guide will be with you at all times when you are cycling on a tour program. The guide should have extensive knowledge of the area, and will be able to keep you on course, and on schedule throughout the holiday. The advantage of a touring is that you don’t have to worry about finding your way, and can therefore focus your efforts on enjoying the riding and the scenery. The guide will also be able to show you hidden routes and point out interesting landmarks that you might never have found if you were on your own. The guide can take you to places that you would never have considered riding before and can be a real experience. You will also get to meet other people in the group and potentially strike up new friendships. One thing to consider is that because you will inevitably be part of a larger group (not always the case for shorter tours), flexibility will be limited to what the group as a whole wants to do. You will also be expected, within reason, to keep up with the group, so always check the grading allocated to that holiday and ensure it’s within your limits. Speak to the tour operator beforehand if you have any concern.

We have local guides to show the way. These are experienced competitions riders having represented Bali in national competitions. A guide will be assigned to lead each group and to unsure you are led safely to each day’s endpoint. As there will be many junctions and turns, please follow your guide and refrain from breaking from your group. Navigation data be issued daily during dinner the night before.

What is the road condition like

Generally, the road surface is good but the road surface is good but there will be rougher surface and potholes in some areas. Except in and round major cities, most drivers are considerate to cyclists riding by the side of the road. However, a vehicle may pass by close enough to make you ride off the road onto the gravel path next to it, but this should not happen often. The organizers have made every effort to avoid busy roads.

Rider Behavior Tour Ring Bali

  1. A rider must obey the road rules. If a dirt ride is on roads or tracks that are not covered by the road rules, a rider must, as far as reasonably practicable, comply with the road rules as if they did apply on those roads or tracks.
  2. A rider may ride on their own or with other riders taking part in the ride. A rider may draft behind other riders taking part in the ride, but must not draft behind any rider not taking part in the ride.
  3. A rider must obey the reasonable requests of the organizer and any support person.
  4. A rider must be courteous to, and behave in a sporting manner towards, other riders taking part in the ride, the organizer and all support people.
  5. A rider must not engage in any behavior that may bring Tour Ring Bali into disrepute.
  6. Tour Ring Bali participants to respect the customs of Bali communities.
  7. Make sure that your bicycle is in good  working condition. It is your responsibility to have your      bike checked and service  before the rider. Things to look out for. Brake pads, gear and brake cables, balding tires, trueness of wheels, smooth shifting of gear, comfortable seat height.
  8. Helmet and gloves must be worn when riding.
  9. Wear bright clothing whenever  possible, to make yourself  more visible to motorist.
  10. Do not ride alone. Stay with your group and its guide.
  11. When cycling through village, always be on the lookout for children, chickens and dogs. Slow down on approaching a village.
  12. Do not follow too closely behind fellow riders, especially when going downhill or in the dark (early morning or evening).
  13. Avoid riding abreast other cyclists. Rider in a single file as par possible.
  14. Turn around regularly to make sure the rider behind you is within sight; slow down if otherwise.
  15. Be alert and attentive while riding. Establish. Eye contact with motorist and pedestrians if you are about to cross their path. Do not hesitate call out to warn other road users of your approach.
  16. Look out for vehicle in front of you even if they are going in the opposite direction. Oncoming vehicle attempting to overtake the vehicle in front of them may swerve info your path.
  17. Check back regularly and listen for vehicle coming from behind you, even if it sounds like a motorcycle. Be prepared for inconsiderate drivers who blast their horns as they are passing you.
  18. A friendly wave usually goes long way. Don’t forget there are other riders in front and behind you and aggravating motorist may endanger  your fellow riders.
  19. Be cautions when you rider past parked vehicle (doors may be flung open in your path); and be extra cautions in school areas or where there are children playing, or animals grazing.
  20. Use hand signals to warn you riders behind you of hazards ahead and for making intention clear. Point to road hazards (eg potholes) as you pass them.
  21. If you must stop (for a break or for repairs), make sure you and your bike get off the road completely. Avoid stopping at bends a round blind spots that put you at high risk of being hit by passing vehicles.
  22. Should you stop for a toilet or drink break, look after your bike and belongings.
  23. If you should choose to rest at location that is not visible to passing vehicles, please indicate your location (perhaps by parking you bike by the roadside) so that the passing support crew can sport you and render assistance if necessary, or simply to account for you.
  24. Warm up stretch well before stating a rider and warm down after it.
  25. Wear padded short. To avoid nasty abrasions, you might want to bring some Vaseline or similar lubricant. Please approach one of the organizing committee members if you do not know where to apply this. Padded seats (foam or gel) might help.
  26. Wear gloves and shock. To might experience numbness on your hands an feet on long riders. Make sure you change handlebar positions frequently, sit up and stretch while riding or pull off the road to a safe spot to do it you have to.
  27. Pace yourself according to the distance to ride.
  28. Protect your eyes-it could be a hot and dry ride. Use eyewear-shaded or clear.
  29. Apply sunscreen and lip balm as required and protect the exposed parts of your body from sunburn with arm covers, tight, etc. the  cheeks, nose  and back of your neck are particularly vulnerable parts.
  30. Arm protectors are highly recommended. For cheap and simple pair of arm covers, buy a cheap pair of women’s tight. Snip of the leggings and use those for arm covers.
  31. You may want to bring a light raincoat or wind-breaker for cold or wet days.
  32. Hydrate. The night before, during and after a ride, have a sip of water every 15 min or so; never you wait till you are thirty-that usually to late.
  33. Try to carry some basic essentials with you luggage.

Tour  Schedule

Day 1. Arrived in Bali – Pickup at Airport – Prepare Cycling tour

Day 2 . Kuta – Tanah Lot – Alas Kedaton – Marga  – Bedugul  (80 km  from 10m to 1300 m sea level)

Tanah Lot means “Land in the Middle of the sea” in Balinese language. Located about 20 km from Denpasar, the temple sits on a huge offshore rock which has been shaped continuously over the years by the ocean tide.

Tanah Lot is said to be the work of the 15th century priest Nirartha. The story goes that during his travels along the south coast he saw the rock-island’s beautiful setting and rested there. Some fishermen saw him, and bought him gifts. Nirartha then spent the night on the little island. Later he spoke to the fishermen and told them to build a shrine on the rock for he felt it to be a holy place to worship the Balinese sea gods.

Tanah Lot

The Tanah Lot temple was then built and has been an important part of Balinese mythological history for centuries. The temple is one of seven sea temples around the Balinese coast. It was said that each of the sea temples was to be within eyesight of the next so that they formed a chain along the south-western coast. At the base of the rocky island, poisonous sea snakes are believed to guard the temple from evil spirits and intruders. There is said to be one giant snake which also protects the temple. It is believed that this snake was created from Nirartha’s scarf when he established the island.  The area leading to Tanah Lot is highly commercialized and people are required to pay to enter the area. To reach the temple, visitors must walk through a carefully planned set of Balinese market-format souvenir shops which cover each side of the path down to the sea. On the mainland cliff tops, restaurants are built for the tourists to relax.

Alas Kedaton is located in Kukuh countryside, Marga Sub district, Tabanan Regency . The journey go to this place can be done easily by using motor vehicle follow the major roadway from Denpasar to Tabanan. On the way go to this tourist place, we will see the beautiful nature view where in front of us will meet the carpet of rice field and irrigation voice at the side of road to bear the impression/peaceful atmosphere. Alas Kedaton Temple have three yard that are external yard, middle and center yard. In the center and middle yard are encircled by wall and the outside yard is representing a open yard. The interesting point of this temple is the inside yard representing holy yard, its situation lower than the middle yard. This thing is different compare with the general temples in Bali that are more goes to inside the temple, the more higher the place will be. Beside of that another interesting point of this temple owns four entrances. Alas Kedaton or “Holy Forest: is a small forest measuring 12,00ha where you can see hundreds of monkeys in their natural habitat. It’s one of the place in Bali where monkeys exist, free and peaceful. There are hundred of monkeys in this forest and high up on the big trees many bats area hanging and singing with their loud voices. Be aware that the monkeys are easily attracted by shiny objects, such as cameras, jewelry, wristwatches or glasses – best to leave these things behind or keep them hidden.


Bedugul 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 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.

Day 3   Bedugul –  Mayong Air Panas – Banjar – Seririt – Lovina (60 km from 1300 m to 10m sea lavel)

Air Panas Banjar

Desa Banjar is one of the most important for history of North Bali from pre-history up to the era where Indonesian struggle for Independence. This administrative area of Kabupaten Buleleng has some places of interest that have been well known by the visitors to Bali.

Old Villages : Around Desa Banjar are many older villages of Bali, which is believed to have been earlier to settle Bali compared to other lowland residents. Those villages such as Sidatapa, Tigawasa, and Pedawa village. It is not considered old is Tamblingan village, although the fact that this village is already recorded in a king charter dated 11th century. It is probably the location of Tamblingan is on the trade route between south and North Bali, so this village has been developing faster compared to those, so their oldness is not visible, or simply forgotten. Tigawasa village itself is a field research for Archaeology, due to the finding of ancient remains of human activities from stone and metal ages. Many excavations have been organized by the department of Archaeology of Udayana University which throw light on the distribution of people in Bali starting metal age and continues until the arrival of Hindu tradition.

Oldest and Biggest Buddhist Monastery; in Desa Banjar is exist the biggest and oldest Buddhist monastery in Bali. Despite the fact that Buddhism developed much earlier on south Bali, but it is not found significant Buddhist organization and construction both monastery or temple. Buddhism arrived in Bali as old as the Hindu did, and even there is an assumption based on the finding of clay tablet in Pejeng area that the Buddhist might arrive earlier then the Hindu. The clay tablet stamped with the Buddhist mantram called ” yete ” showing a great similarities with those clay tablets found in the area of Prambanan temple of 7th century. Later due to the syncretism between Buddhism of left hand path with the Shiwaitic sectarianism of Hindu, the Buddhism seemed to have been absorbed by the Shiwaitic path and bearing a different practice of conducting a religious activities. This tradition can still be seen until today that the priest of the Hindu conducting the same ritual together with the Buddhist priest for certain big Hindu ritual. A remnants of what is called ” Tantrayana ” Buddhist and the Shiwa Bairawa can be seen at Pejeng that is the temple of Kebo Edan. The remains of the practices such as sculptures, altars and others reminds of the strong practice of the left hand path Buddhism and Shiwaism around 13th century.


Hot Water Spring; this is located very close to the location of the village and very popular among foreign visitors to enjoy the scenery and hot water bathing. Good facilities for traveling to the area has been constructed, and even small accommodation is also available. Lately not only foreign tourists that visiting the hot spring but also local people to soak to the hot water. It is said that the water can cure skin disease. A tour itinerary visiting North Bali will always include the visit to hot water spring in Banjar which is one of the highlight of natural interest of Bali. Some tourists even organized to stay for some nights in this hot spring area to specifically take intensive bathing in the hot water spring.

North Bali Lovina Beach area

The North Bali Lovina area is mainly characterized by its rural nature of fishing, farming, rice fields, plantations, mountains, forests, lakes and waterfalls – a true Bali paradise for culture, nature and meditation lovers, and for photographers it will certainly be a true paradise to take the most wonderful Bali pictures, because the unspoilt nature of the North Bali Lovina area forms an excellent decor for the most beautiful Bali pictures you can think of. Explore our Wonderful Bali pictures section and discover that the north Bali Lovina area has many, unexpected panoramas to offer with spectacular, breathtaking views.

Lovina is a relatively new name coined in the 1950s by a local Buleleng Regency official with a good eye for future tourism-based development. It essentially consists of seven traditional villages which all merge into one on a ten kilometre stretch of the main road which hugs the north coast west of Singaraja: Temukus, Kalibukbuk, Anturan, Pemaron, Tukad Mungga, Banyualit and Kaliasem. Kalibukuk is the main hub of this area and is often thought of “Lovina town centre”.

The whole stetch of coast here is fringed by quite narrow black sand beaches which are accessed by a multitude of small lanes which run perpendicular to the east-west coast road. The beaches are generally safe for swimming and the waters of Bali’s north coast, in direct contrast to the crashing surf of the south, are relatively calm.  Diving, snorkeling and dolphin watching are the main activities, but perhaps above all else, this is an area in which to relax and take in a very slow, traditional pace of life. It can get a little crowded in July and August but outside that peak season, this is a quiet part of the island.

Day 4 Lovina – Singaraja – Kubutambahan –Tulamben –  Amed ( 90 km  from 10 m  to 10m sea lavel

East Bali is everything you dreamed it would be a rare and special Paradise of astounding exotic beauty, vibrant culture and friendly people. East Bali a small part of the island that provides a thousand opportunities to explore in a day, do trekking surround the hills and volcano, walking along the nature beach, witnessing the sunrise on the beautiful strait of Lombok and the romantic sunset on the top of Mt. Agung or just to see the villages tapping palm, wine and try to sip it.  Along the beach of Tulamben, Amed and Bunutan village is one of the world

Every bay is different, some shingle, some rocky and some sandy, with Bali’s best diving right off the beach. In one bay there’s a Japanese World War  II patrol boat just 10m off the shore. Accommodation is reasonably priced and ranges from basic to good quality, with new places opening every couple of months. Food is adequate and cheap but don’t expect nightlife, as there isn’t any. Every bay is lined with double-outrigger fishing boats and the horizon is filled with literally hundreds of triangular sails as they head off to the fishing grounds morning and afternoon. Amed is a perfect destination for families and the more mature travelers. Younger people like it too but often overdose on peace and tranquility after a few days.

Pura Medue Karang  (we called The Cycling Temple)

Cycling in Bali

Cycling in Bali

The main tourist center back then (everything being relative, of course) was Denpasar and getting there meant driving through the highlands from Singaraja. He describes Singaraja as having neat Dutch bungalows, gasoline stations, dingy shops where people are unkempt. He complains that the beautiful Balinese people of the steamship pamphlets are nowhere to be seen.

They had been filled with images of waving palms, women carrying baskets of fruit in their heads and picturesque rice terraces. Their ship had sailed from New York, through the Panama canal, across the Pacific Ocean and down through the South China Sea. In 1930 Bali was still under Dutch control and Singaraja, the capital of Buleleng was already a trading port complete with Javanese, Arabs, Chinese and Europeans. Back then the southern area of Bali was not very populated and Covarrubias refers to the area as the malarial coasts of Kuta, Sanur, Benoa and Ketewel. The main tourist center back then (everything being relative, of course) was Denpasar and getting there meant driving through the highlands from Singaraja. He describes Singaraja as having neat Dutch bungalows, gasoline stations, dingy shops where people are unkempt. He complains that the beautiful Balinese people of the steamship pamphlets are nowhere to be seen.

Day 5.  Amed – Tirta  Gangga – Taman Ujung – Candi Dasa  ( 50 km  from 10 m to 400m to 10m seal level)

Cycling in Bali

Cycling in Bali

Tirtagangga royal watergarden is composed mainly by water, plants and sculptures. It is situated in the middle of rice fields around the natural springs of Rejasa, approximately 7 km. (5 miles) north of Amlapura, the main town of east Bali, Indonesia. Tirtagangga is a well-known cultural object of Bali. It belongs to the royal family of Karangasem.

The area of the watergarden is about 1.2 ha (3 acres), consisting of three levels of ground stretching from east to west. On the highest northern Swahlevel there are the spring under the Banyan tree, the upper swimming pool and two decorative ponds, one with four fountains reminiscent of Versailles, and the other with Victoria lotuses.

The first thing one sees when entering the garden is the elegant eleven-tiered Nawa Sanga fountain which rises from the middle of the complex. This fountain together with the two ponds form the middle Bwah level.The larger lowest Bhur level, on the left side of the straight foot path running from the entrance to the west, is occupied by the big South pond with the long Demon island in the middle.


The water from one of the natural springs of Tirtagangga has always been regarded as holy. It is used for religious ceremonies in the temples in the area until today. Tirta means blessed water, gangga cames from Ganges, the holy river in India. The holy water is required for ceremonies of the temples in the surrounding as far as Tirtagangga can be reached by foot.

At certain celebration days the people from the villages around will come in colourful processions with offerings, umbrellas, flags and other attributes. Led by their temple priest they hold ceremonies around the spring under the sounds of hymns and the music of the beleganjur.The springs have a huge output of pure water. The water is first led to a reservoir where it is divided in two parts. One third provides drinking water for the town Amlapura. The remainder goes into the upper swimming pool through an underground pipe. The overflow of water goes into the lower swimming pool, the other ponds and finally to the rice fields.

Taman Ujung

Taman Ujung Sokasada was the residence of Karangasem Royal Family between 1909 and 1945. It was built in 1919 by the late King of Karangasem, I Gusti Bagus Jelantik. The King of Karangasem Djelantik with his wives (yes, plural..) and children lived here, and it is also their proud place to welcome royal guests from other regions and even countries. It is very interesting to look at their private rooms with old style traditional bed, old family photos hang on the walls.

There is always a little altar table in each room, something very mystical and typical balinese for me..There is even one area where you can not touch or step further inside, that’s the King & Queen bed (off course, who wants to jumpin’ around on the King of Karangasem bed!). I noticed one interesting photo on which a dutch wife of King Karangasem featured. So yes, this royal family has now western blood with this beautiful culture melange!

Candi Dasa

Most sources say a fishing village was founded on the site by the 12th century and before the modern name of Candi Dasa was adoped it was known as both Teluk Kehen (“Bay of Fire”) and Cilidasa. There is a temple near the lagoon, with a statue of the fertility goddess Hariti surrounded by a group of children, and cilidasa translates from Balinese as “ten children.” The modern name is thought to be a corruption of this older name. The town began to catch on as a tourist destination in the 1970s, since there is good snorkeling and diving in the area and the town provides easy access to other destinations in eastern Bali. In the 1970s and 1980s, the area received a large amount of investment in tourism and a construction boom. To fuel the construction of beach bungalows, new homes and restaurants, the offshore reef was mined for lime to make cement and other construction materials. This removed the coastal barrier that had protected the beach which was undermined and washed away. Local hotel owners constructed a series of t-shaped groins jutting out into the water in an attempt to preserve the beach, with mixed results.

Day 6. Candi Dasa – Tenganan – Gua  Lawah – Kertagosa – Gua Gajah-Ubud (55km from 10 m to 600 m sea lavel)

Tenganan Village

Tenganan Village is one of the oldest Balinese Traditional located 5 km north of Candidasa in Karangasem Regency, east part of Bali. This village is much referred by cultural literature science of Tenganan Pegringsingan, which is very famous in the island. It own very unique local community life pattern which is one example of Native Balinese/Bali Aga Village cultures (Hindu Prehistoric) and different with other countryside in plain of Bali. Nowadays, this village has been appointed as a place for tourist destination which can present the attractive and unique matters which able to add the variation of object and fascination for tourist to come.

The specification of tourism object at Tenganan Village is consisted of:

  • Countrified pattern of rural having the character of Linear
  • The structure of bilateral society orientation at seniority collective
  • Special Ritual System in high frequency by serving the religion solidarity, artistically and social mechanical solidarity
  • The tradition of Mekare-Kare/Perang Pandan (fight using prickly pandanus leaf whips to draw blood) on every June is a faith tradition as the screw pine in ritual context, religion value, spirit of struggle and test of physical delaying accompanied by traditional gamelan of Selonding
  • The Art Crafting Weave of cloth fastens which is famous called by Ikat Pangringsingan that is designed and arranged by the typical color.

Tenganan village is geographically situated among the hill in west and east part of this village. This village is located in Manggis sub district and Karangasem Regency or about 1.50 hours drive from Denpasar Airport. It is a small village consisted of three Banjars (group of local community) those are Banjar Kauh, Banjar Tengah and Banjar Pande. The regional of this village is consisted of three complexes those are resident, plantation and rice field complex. The history of Tenganan village is expressed in a few versions. The first version is mentioned that the resident of Tenganan village are come from Paneges Village, a village is located near with Bedahulu Village that is located Gianyar Regency. The second version is expressed that word of Tenganan recognized in one of Bali inscription that was written by the word of Tranganan. The third version is expressed that the Tenganan Village Resident prays to the Bukit Lempuyang Temple. The word of Tenganan is ascribed by a Tengah root word which can mean to aim to middle of Pegringsingan, the fasten cloth type weave that is typically produce by Tenganan village resident. The structure of resident in Tenganan village is built in linear consisted of six rays. Each of ray consisted of some lawn broadly, the building form where the local community use it to present the handicraft for tourists. All the tradition existences of the human being are harmoniously with the God, human and environment as according to Tri Hita Karana concept. The Tourism Destination of Tenganan remains to draw during the time, goodness as tourism cultural object, tourism nature and

It is a very famous village throughout Bali where most of the local people knows where it is located. It is located in Karangasem Regency and close to Candidasa. You may join our gorgeous Besakih, East Bali Tour or Tenganan, East Bali Tour, have a nice holiday in Bali..

Gua Lawah

One of the famous tourist destination in the district of Gianyar is Goa Gajah. Gua Gajah (Elephant Cave) which is located in west side of Bedulu countryside, Blah Batuh Sub district and Gianyar Regency. It is about 27 km from Denpasar town. This cave is built at crevasse edge from the federation of 2 rills that is called Pangkung River , where the irrigation is mixed with Petanu River flow. The federation area of two rivers is called Campuhan/Mixture. It owns the magical energy on the basis of Rwabineda Concept/two different matters on this basic concept hence Gua Gajah (Elephant Cave) is intentionally built among two rivers.

Gua Gajah in Story

The word of Gua Gajah is anticipated coming from the word of Lwa Gajah, the name of Buddhist Temple or hermitage for Buddhist monk. The Gua Gajah’s name is written on Negarakeertagama papyrus which is compiled by Mpu Prapanca on 1365 M. Lwa or Lwah/loh mean the river and it reflect to the meaning that the hermitage is located at Gajah River or in Air Gajah. In the year inscription 944 Saka, it is mentioned with the name of ‘ser ring Air Gajah’ that is meaning the Subak leader in Air Gajah. The word has mentioned that the hermitage of Lwa Gajah is located in Subak Air Gajah.

What to see?

There is a relief which is almost looking like the form of mountain on the entrance of this cave. It was carved many designed on the relief like grove with the stick, close leaf, animal for example forest pig, tortoise and specters. The cave mouth is decorated by the bas-relief with the eye turn around to the right or west side. There is an article letter of Kediri type from the early of 11 century was written on the wall left side or east side. There is a pool (Patirthaan) as a place to take the holy Tirtha water for Hindu ceremony which is located in the middle of the cave courtyard. This Holy Pool is previously piled up by land and it has been found on 1954 by Krijgsman from the Ancient Department. The Holy pool is equipped by the statue douche which is parallel arranged in two groups.


Welcome to Kerta Gosa at Klungkung Semarapura Bali which is one of the famous tourism destinations in Bali and many visited by local and foreigner every day. Kerta Gosa is located in the heart of Semarapura town, 40 km (1.45 hours drive) from Denpasar and the name is taken away from a Sanskrit namely Kertha which is meaning Peaceful and Gosa from the Gosita word mean announcement. Thereby, the word’s meaning of Kertha Gosa is a building of a kind Jurisdiction in form of Bale/meeting hall for the king who announces the legislation, jurisdiction, penalization etc. The building of Kertha Gosa is very unique and full of high art value so that this place is a unique place to visit during your holiday in Bali.

Kerta Gosa also owns Taman Gili, a building floating or sees like floating because it is intentionally founded in the middle of a fish pond. The decorative painting at the roof of Kertha Gosa building is painted with the story motif. The painting is started from Panil at eastside with the plot rotate according to Pradaksina direction and finish at Panil north side. Kertha Gosa is founded in 18 century with unique building like the plafond come from asbestos which is dotted with the famous style of Kamasan painting in the year 1930. During Dutch colonization (1908-1942), Kertha Gosa remains to be wearied as a justice place for lawbreaker, especially criminal. Along with colonial governance, the punish system in Indonesia has changed from system of death duties Majapahit (traditional) become the continental punish system which is brought by Dutch. The evacuation system is non aim to as retaliation, but improve the perpetrator so that acceptable to its society. The painting decorating on the conference hall’s plafond is aim to awake all trespassers in order not to repeat the badness. Other building is called Bale Kambang and this building looked to be impressing float on the fishpond water. There is a museum which is called Semarajaya located on the right external of Kori Agung yard. This Museum is set in a building which is ex- Dutch High School and its physical form is solidarity from Dutch style era architecture with the Balinese traditional architecture. In this museum we can see some handicraft of Klungkung, pre-historic and historic articles, especially those used in the period of Klungkung’s heroic battle, history object inclusive photos of documentation from Klungkung King Family and clan. East part of Kerta Gosa, lies Klungkung traditional market is also worth to visit, so please join our gorgeous Besakih, East Bali Tour, or Tenganan, East Bali Tour . have a nice trip…

Ubud is a remarkable town in the middle of the island of Bali. For more than a century, it has been the island’s preeminent centre for fine arts, dance and music. While it once was a haven for scruffy backpackers, cosmic seekers, artists and bohemians, Ubud is now a hot spot for literati, glitterati, art collectors and connoisseurs. Famous names walk its busy sidewalks everyday. Elegant five star hotels and sprawling mansions now stand on its outskirts, overlooking the most prized views in Bali. Nonetheless, Ubud is still popular with backpackers, mystics and all the finest fringe elements of global society. Ubud is not “ruined”. Its character is too strong to be destroyed. It still draws people who add something; people who are actively involved in art, nature, anthropology, music, dance, architecture, environmentalism, “alternative modalities,” and more.

Day 7. Ubud – Kintamani Penelokan – Ubud (80km from 600m to 1300m to 600 m sea level)


Mount Batur (Gunung Batur) is an active volcano located at the center of two concentric calderas north west of Mount Agung, Bali, Indonesia. The south east side of the larger 10×13 km caldera contains a caldera lake. The inner 7.5-kilometer-wide caldera, which was formed during emplacement of the Bali (or Ubud) ignimbrite, has been dated at about 23,670 and 28,500 years ago.

The SE wall of the inner caldera lies beneath Lake Batur; Batur cone has been constructed within the inner caldera to a height above the outer caldera rim. The Batur stratovolcano has produced vents over much of the inner caldera, but a NE-SW fissure system has localized the Batur I, II, and III craters along the summit ridge. Historical eruptions have been characterized by mild-to-moderate explosive activity sometimes accompanied by lava emission. Basaltic lava flows from both summit and flank vents have reached the caldera floor and the shores of Lake Batur in historical time. The caldera contains an active, 700-metre-tall stratovolcano rising above the surface of Lake Batur. The first historically documented eruption of Batur was in 1804, and it has been frequently active since then.

Day 8 . Return to Home

The caldera is populated and includes the two main villages of Kedisan and Toya Bungkah. The locals largely rely on agriculture for income but tourism has become increasingly popular due to the relatively straightforward trek to the summit of the central crater.