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这一经典的艺术、自然与文化一日游始于巴土布兰（Batubulan），在这里观看著名的关于正邪之战的巴龙舞剧。 进而前往苏鲁村（Celuk）寻访制作精美金银器皿的工匠；然后转至该岛的木雕中心木雕村（Mas）。 参观Tampaksiring的圣泉庙，再前往巴图尔山（Mount Batur）山坡上的京打马尼。 在巴厘岛最大的湖泊旁享用午餐，然后花上整个下午探索庞里县（Bangli）美丽的传统村庄Penglipuran、Goa Gajah象窟和乡土艺术之都乌布（Ubud）。
探索散布在层层梯田、莲花池塘和绵延山丘间那些有着数百年历史的巴厘岛村落。漫步于乌布（Ubud）繁华而悠闲的艺术场地，探索这个巴厘岛艺术中心的奥秘 - 这是巴厘岛度假村活动的必去之地。
Rise early to depart for Mount Batur, whose peak stands 1,717 metres above sea level. Trek to the rim of the volcanic cone to peer into the crater of the last eruption and on the way back down, see the black lava which flowed down the mountain’s slopes during the first and second eruptions.
The sunrise views from Mount Agung are legendary and well worth the night time journey. Explore Bali’s highest mountain, whose peak reaches 3,142 metres. This is also the most sacred volcano for Balinese Hindu people, who believe it is a replica of Mount Meru and the centre of the universe.
Explore the real Bali with a thrilling ATV adventure through lush rice field terraces. Transfer to a vehicle and drive through the jungle, visiting natural hot springs and a rustic farmer’s home, before enjoying a scenic Balinese lunch. Then explore a butterfly park and museum on the way back to the resort.
Delve into the Indian Ocean’s treasures with a scuba adventure of the very best dive spots.
Glide amongst magnificent schools of fish, see vibrant coral life and search for rare marine creatures such as elusive pigmy sea horses. While the wreck of the US Liberty cargo ship, which sunk during World War II, is one of the world’s top 15 dive sites.
Suitable for certified divers only.
The Ayung is Bali's longest and most spectacular river, with more than 45 rapids set against a backdrop of unspoiled rainforest that is home to colonies of monkeys and exotic birds, as well as magnificent waterfalls and cliff-side stone carvings. This adrenalin pumping 12 kilometre ride begins just north of Ubud and is accompanied by experienced rafting guides, for a safe yet thrilling adventure.
This heritage tour begins with a visit to Kerta Gosa - the hall of justice which dates back to the 16th century and features interesting classical paintings on the ceiling, portraying visions of heaven and hell. Continuing on to Bukit Jambul, spend time admiring the view over rice terraces and the ocean beyond. Then explore Bali’s largest temple, Besakih, which houses 30 temples over seven terraced levels, 1,000 metres up the mountainside of Mount Agung.
Travel to Tenganan - one of the original Balinese Aga villages where traditions have changed little over the centuries. On the way back to the resort, drive through the beach resort of Candi Dasa to the small fishing village Kusamba, and onto the holy bat cave Goa Lawah.
This spectacular tour is designed to immerse you in Hindu Balinese culture and the island’s most spectacular natural settings. Ascend Mount Batukaru to visit Pura Luhur, the ancestral temple of the former Tabanan rulers, set amidst tropical forest. Continue on to Jatiluwih’s lush terraced rice fields. Visit a 17th century village near Mengwi which is renowned for producing some of Bali’s best sandstone carvings. Travel to Pejaten village to see traditional roof tile and ceramic production, as well as a glimpse of authentic village life.
Offering a wonderful educational experience, the Taman Nusa cultural park displays the traditional houses of many different islands in the Indonesian archipelago from the Stone Age to modern day, as well as traditional dances and handicrafts. The tour concludes with a visit to the museum which houses a vast array of indigenous items from across Indonesia, including batik work and shadow puppets.
Set amongst verdant rice paddies and steep ravines in the central foothills, Ubud is renowned as the artistic and cultural heart of Bali. Explore this charming village and watch a captivating Barong dance performance about the battle between good and evil. Travel on to Celuk village, famed for its gold and silver craftsmanship, as well as Batuan to experience this village’s paintings, handicraft specialties and a uniquely designed Balinese Hindu temple. Enjoy lunch with a backdrop of Tegallalang’s terraced rice paddies, before visiting a rainforest to see playful monkeys and other exotic wildlife. Explore the fascinating elephant cave archaeological site and also the Ubud Royal Palace, which features an artistic cultural centre, traditional Balinese houses and a vibrant art market.
Take in the most impressive highlights of Bali's stunning south coast at the most romantic time of day. Visit the beautiful rice terraces of Canggu and the sacred Tanah Lot Temple. Soak up the natural beauty of coastal cliffs and admire the white sandy beaches of Padang-Padang, Dreamland and Balangan. Stop at Uluwatu Temple to experience a majestic sunset and watch a traditional kecak dance performance, followed by dinner at a Jimbaran seafood restaurant.
Take a one hour boat trip to reach Lovina Beach in the north to be greeted by the resident dolphins that play here every day just before sunrise. Watch these graceful creatures racing and arching gracefully over the waves, attracted by the large shrimp population along this stretch of the coast. Enjoy a relaxing lunch and set out on a sightseeing tour of northern Bali’s natural and cultural gems, including the impressive Gitgit waterfall and exquisite Ulun Danu Temple.
This circular tour crosses Bali’s central chain of volcanic mountains twice, passing some of Bali’s most incredible scenery. Visit the unique one tiered Pura Sada temple in Kapal. Travel along a scenic road to Blimbing, admiring the region’s rice terraces and palm tree covered valleys. Enjoy a refreshing nature walk through Jatiluwih’s stunning rice fields and take a break for lunch. Driving north, the velvet-like mountain slopes are a photographer’s paradise, before heading east to Munduk’s breathtaking valleys, lake and coffee plantations. Then explore the Kebun Raya Eka Karya botanical garden, set in 155 hectares of tropical rainforest.
The capital of Bali since 1958 and originally a market town, Denpasar is now a bustling city of old and new. See the Werdhi Nudya Art Centre - a shrine to Balinese culture and some of the island’s best art. Explore the Bali Museum’s display of Balinese architecture styles as well as the Bali Safari and Marine Park, which is home to over 250 exotic bird species, the largest collection of birds of paradise and the famous komodo dragon.