BCD-401: Kintamani Bali Tour Volcano
Are you ready for joining one of the popular Kintamani Bali tour Volcano package with our Bali Cab driver team. Morning depart from your hotel pass the villages and stop at Batubulan village to enjoy the Magical show of Barong and Keris dance for 1 hour.
Then drive up to Ubud downtown to visit the famous Ubud Monkey Forest where you can see and feed the Monkey if you love to. Proceed to Tegalalang rice terraces where we can see the picturesque rice terrace view.
Tour continue to Kintamani as the Highlight of our Best Kintamani Bali tour volcano packages with nice and amazing Batur Volcano view with stunning Lake Batur View. If you want having lunch here, is just perfect.
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Bali Cab driver will lead you on our best Kintamani Bali Tour Volcano. The trip begins with Barong Dance in Batubulan, a traditional dance about the struggle between good and evil.
The dance of Barong and Kris is one of the most famous dance dramas of the island, in keeping with Legong and Kecak. It brings to life on stage the classic 12th century story of good versus evil, called Calon Arang. The Barong, a good symbol in a beastly shape, must guard the country against the princess and witch’s vengeful rage, Rangda. A team of 2 male dancers work out the moving Barong costume in a highly ornate way, while a cast supports singes, priests and village men. Daily performances are shown at different locations across the primary tourist regions of the island, the most popular being Batubulan in Gianyar, and in the suburbs of Denpasar.
Barong and Kris dance shows are held locally and are always attended by local villagers and a live gamelan orchestra. Pamphlets containing synopses are distributed before the show begins at the ticket booths. Otherwise, owing to absence of narration, it can be hard to follow the narrative as the scenes develop.
Normally, when the crowd sits, dynamic gamelan opening begins and the play unfolds with dancing monkeys entering the stage, playing the orderly and peaceful forest around, and finally the Barong entering the stage. The troublemakers who turn out to be Rangda disciples disturb this peace and a shock follows.
It turns out that Rangda has set out to spread her black magic dominion by hiring more supporters that themselves become malicious beings. Even the guards of the palace are subject to their black magic. The Barong attempts to protect the kingdom and faces Rangda who brandishes her primary gun: a magical white cloth that spells malevolently with every swoosh.
The climate scene has the palace watchmen in a trance, screaming and stuck their chests hard with kris knives, but without damage because of black magic. Barong goes to salvation and lifts the spell of all the wounds, and a priest sprinkles holy water and revives the kingdom completely when famine goes down. Rangda has been beaten. The versions differ across each site.
Shows last between 45 minutes and an hour and photographs are generally taken on stage in their complete costume or in the Gamelan orchestra at the end of the series. The dances display once a day, generally between 9.30 and 10.30 in the morning. We would not suggest this for children, because of the kris self-stabbing scenes and sometimes a bit of unkind’ Balinese humour,’ innuendo thrown by monkey characters.
The Kintamani Bali tour Volcano package will continues with visiting Ubud Monkey Forest;
The Ubud Monkey Forest is a 10-minute walk from the majority of guesthouses and resorts along Jalan Hanoman’s primary highways and the famous Jalan Monkey Forest.
Over 700 gray, long-tailed macaques live in the Ubud Monkey Forest. This natural sanctuary, also known as the Padangtegal Holy Monkey Forest, has paved paths through the leafy nutmeg forest and several ancient shrines under thick foliage. Thanks to its community-based leadership, place and ease of access, it is a famous wilderness reserve in Bali.
For its preservation attempts, the Ubud Monkey Forest is renowned. Research and research on the health, diet and breeding patterns of monkeys are frequently performed. In their natural environment you can see these playful primates swinging through canopies and feeding on bananas.
The forest also has several ancient shrines, with moss-covered guardian statues. The Pura Dalem Agung Padangtegal and Pura Prajapati from the 14th century were popular places devoted to village funerals. Relics and statues with little sunshine are under thick vegetation which gives a mysterious and ancient feeling.
Banyan tree roots hanging over shadowy dragon escalators give exotic picture possibilities. Pura Beji, an old bathing temple southwest of the primary site of Ubud Monkey Forest can be found as well.
Ubud Monkey Forest has local guides and personnel prepared to help you. Within the shrine you can learn about the cultural and historical importance of locations and temples. The employees of Wenara Wana could assist you recover objects stolen by the monks.
You should also avoid wearing loose jewelry or apparel, as the monks can readily take a collar or bag to discover something worth eating. Like any holy site in Bali, females are not permitted to enter the temple grounds during their time.
Our Kintamani Bali tour volcano package will continue by drive uphill to TEGALALANG RICE TERRACE.
The Tegalalang Rice Terrace in Ubud is an attractive place and visited by many tourists. Especially foreign tourists who want to feel the typical atmosphere of the countryside on the island of Bali. This place makes Bali a tourist destination with unique art and culture, beautiful natural panorama, and safe environment.
It is indeed a relaxing look to the extension of terraced rice fields which the Rice Terraces Tegalalang attract. This site is toured during the journey from Kintamani-Ubud path, not far away from Ubud attractions. And it’s a tourist attraction to visit in Bali.
Tegalalang is the best terracing in Bali. The rice terraces, with neat terraced plots. Looks like a ladder with verdant rice plants. Surrounded by many palm trees as if framing the Tegalalang area with a more beautiful, natural and charming look. Very beautiful.
This location is also known as Ceking Rice Terrace, because it is located in the Ceking Hamlet, Tegalalang District, Gianyar Regency, Bali. When you visit Tegalalang, whenever the time is on all occasions, both when the rice fields are still plowed, nurseries, or even harvesting, the natural scenery is still amazing.
Because of its location on the edge of the main highway, so the parking facilities are still on the shoulder of the road. However, there is a parking attendant who has set it up so you don’t need to worry about your vehicle. But with the development of tourism in Bali, now the government has provided parking areas for visitors
For Tegalalang visitors, special places have been provided to watch the green expanse of rice fields so that you can perfectly capture the moments and views that are presented. If you want to stay longer while resting, you can relax in the restaurants around the location while just enjoying a warm drink by seeing the beautiful natural beauty of Tegalalang rice fields.
If you want to know more about the rice fields in Tegalalang, you can also go straight down to the rice fields by going through the rice fields. Get to know the irrigation system (Subak), the rice processing, seeding, maintenance and harvest time.
Because Tegalalang’s terraced tourism object faces east, so the best time to visit it is in the afternoon, when the sun has started to set to the west. But depending on the tour package that you take, you can come in the morning too.
Along the main street of the Tegalalang area there are many shops displaying various wooden sculpture for souvenirs. These shops are lined up along the 10 km which of course more and more choices to get the best souvenirs.
Visitors can find wooden or iron sculpture in the form of giraffes, cat-cats, dolphins, wooden masks, wood carvings, rock carvings and many more. Visiting the Tegalalang terrace besides entertaining your eyes and mind, also as a complement to your shopping tour.
The next step is to explore nature to KINTAMANI.
The Kintamani tourism area is in the northeastern part of the island of Bali and under the caldera of Mount Batur, one of the active volcanoes in Bali. Besides having a volcano, in the Kintamani tourism area tourists can also see views of a natural lake called Lake Batur.
Within the tourism area there are several villages. Such as Penelokan village, Abung village, Songan village, Toya Bungkah village, Batur village, Kedisan village, and Kintamani village are included in the Bangli district government. Most tourists who vacation in one of the villages are more familiar with the name Kintamani, even though tourists are actually vacationing in Penelokan or other villages.
There are three favorite tourist villages to see the view of Mount Batur and Lake Batur. Namely Penelokan village, Batur village and Kintamani village, because they are in the highlands. In addition to seeing the natural scenery of mountains and lakes, tourists who vacation at Kintamani attractions also like to soak in the natural hot spring pools in the village of Toya Bungkah.
In addition to natural attractions, in the Kintamani area there are also tourist objects of the temple, namely Ulun Danu Batur temple. For information for you, Ulun Danu Batur temple and Ulun Danu Beratan temple, two different temple attractions. Because Ulun Danu Beratan temple is in the tourism area of Bedugul.
The native people of Kintamani are very friendly and most of the people of Kintamani work as farmers. Because this region has the potential for agricultural land which is supported by cool nature and fertile land. Famous agricultural products include oranges, tomatoes, cauliflower, and shallots. In addition to agricultural products, the Kintamani area is also well-known as a place to look for small pet dogs and thick fur.
Tourism Attractions in Kintamani
Supporting tourism facilities in Kintamani are very adequate. There are many inns, restaurants and food stalls with varying prices. Kintamani tourist area, the air environment is very fresh, with very cool temperatures around 21 degrees Celsius during the day. The temperature in Kintamani is almost the same as the temperature in the tourist area of Bedugul
The main attractions of the Kintamani tourist attraction that attract tourists to visit are three, namely;
- A view of Mount Batur and views of Lake Batur which can be seen from Penelokan village.
- Natural hot spring baths in the village of Toya Bungkah.
- Cool climate and fresh air in mountainous areas.
- Morning hiking to Peak of Batur Volcano for Sunsrise viewing.
The main thing you can do at the Kintamani tourist spot, is to enjoy lunch while seeing the beautiful view of Mount Batur and Lake Batur. Restaurants in Kintamani, mostly provide buffet-type food, so you can enjoy all the food you want.
Location of the Kintamani Tourism Area
The Kintamani tourism area is located in Kintamani District, Bangli Regency. The journey to the Kintamani tourist attraction from the city of Denpasar, about 2 hours by motorized vehicle or about 79.9 kilometers from Ngurah Rai Airport. There are many paths to get to the Kintamani tourist area. But Indonesian tourists who want a vacation to the Kintamani tourist attraction usually go through the Ubud tourism area. To make it easier for you to find the Kintamani tourism area, you just call Bali Cab driver to escort you there.
On this tour package, we will stop at Penelokan Kintamani to see how amazing view of Batur Lake + Batur Volcano while enjoy your lunch if you love to.
On our Kintamani Bali tour volcano also will combine with visiting the spices garden around Temen village where we will share you how we grow main in Bali like coffee, vanilla, clove, ginger, lemon grass etc. See how the local made coffee in traditional way. Along this village there many spices garden which is organize by the Villager as the side income for their life prosperity. Buying something from them is helping them to improve their life from tourism effect.
Then the trip will ended by visiting TAMPAK SIRING TIRTA EMPUL HOLLY SPRING TEMPLE.
The Pura Tirta Empul (Holy Water Temple), whose sacred fountains God Indra is said to be created and have a healing nature, has drawn Balinese Hindu worshipers for more than 1000 years. Today, tourists from all over the world come here to marvel at their beauty and to swim in a cool holly water, as well as the worshipers
In the village of Manukaya, in Bali Cultural Center, in the Tampaksiring City, not far from Ubud, is Tirta Empul Holy Water temple. The temple is underneath the Presidential Palace Tampaksiring. The palace itself is a beautifully built monument for the island and the country and was built in 1958 by the first President of Indonesia, Soekarno. The Holy Water Temple of Tirta Empul and the Presidential Palace give some of the most fascinating views you can see.
The Tirta Empul is a big temple complex, and it takes at least 30% to an hour to explore the whole site as a Petitaan or bath center. As our bathing visit takes place, it will spend a lot more time here. Just like in other temples and holy places around the island you need to bring a sarong before entering the premises. The Sarongs are available for a tiny gift at the entrance of the temple.
Upon entering the Temple, join the large Balinese stone gate (locally known as Candi Bentar) and the courtyard outside the Temple. Another Candi Bentar built into a wall leading to the primary patio at the end of the courtyard. The temple area is known as ‘ Jaba Pura. ‘
Enter the court and get to the Jaba Tengah region, the primary region of the temple. The sacred wells bubble in a big, crystalline pool inside the temple and flow through 30 watercourses into two holy pools. Local worshippers of Balinese and Hindu people sit in the pools waiting to dip their heads under water in a cleansing ritual that is known as “melukat.” Baders start in the pool on the left side of the pool under the first water jet. Once they have cleansed themselves under the first root, they join the next queue. This process is proceeded until the water supply is cleaned. However, only after Balinese have cremated are two springs intended to cleanse the dead.
The last portion of the Holy Water Temple, which is called the Jeroan, is behind the cleansing pools. Visitors are primarily ignorant of the jeroan or inner courtyard and are a pleasant place to visit and relax after your hustle and bustle. Here is where people come to pray. The front of the courtyard is dominated by the large water supplying cleaning pools. The spring is filled with green algae, and the reeds are filled with small fish. Behind the springs there are large Hindu shrines. This part of the temple is nice to explore quickly. The temples are highly ornamented, in contrast to the starched white robes of the Balinese who come here to pray.
You pass a large pool filled with koi fish when you leave Tirta Empul. The walled environment of this portion of the temple is on every four sides of the complex. Fat koi swim lazily in the pool awaiting their next meal.
Tirta Empul is the Hindu water God, Vishnu. An inscription dates to 926 AD when a temple was founded on the site. In Balinese, a loosely translated Tirta Empul implies water gushing from the earth that is why Tirta Empul is considered a holy spring. The Temple of Tirta Empul involves the shrines of Shiva, Vishnu, Brahma, and Indra and Mount Batur. It is regarded one of Bali’s five or six most sacred shrines, and is one of Bali’s most sacred water sources (the other one is Lake Beratan’s Pura Ulun Danu).
The Balinese people think that the creation of Tirta Empul includes the legend of an epic fight between Mayadenawa, a strong and magical king, and Indra. Mayadenawa had the spiritual authority to turn himself into whatever form he wanted. But with his powers, he became careless and used them for black magic. A priest named Sang Kulputih prayed to God Indra that the evil king should be stopped. Indra and his soldiers were able to defeat the forces of Mayadenawa and left the evil king and his troops running their lives.
Later, when the army had slept, Mayadenawa snocked into Indra’s camp. He created a lovely, yet poisonous, pool, which the army would drink when it waked. When Mayadenawa crept into the camp, he went on the sides of his feet so as not to leave footprints, so this is believed to be the origin of the name Tampak Siring which transforms it into’ slender footprint.’ Thus, through its mighty power, God Indra and his staff pierced the ground creating sacred, healing springs of sacred water that was called Tirta Empul.
Knowing that his plan had failed, Mayadenawa attempted heartbreakingly to convert himself into distinct kinds of humans, but in vain as Indra continued to hunt him. When he finally turned into a boulder, Indra fired an arrow and pierced and eventually murdered the evil king. The Mayadenawa’s blood that gushed from the rock is said to have formed the Petanu River, and the river was cursed for more than a thousand years by allowing rice to grow fast, but with a terrible reek, and blood. The Hindu Balinese celebrate the death of Mayadenawa in the Balinese traditional calendar every 210 days as the day that virtue triumphs over evil in the rite and ceremony called Galungan.
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BCD-401 Kintamani Bali Tour Volcano time estimation
- 08.00 – Pick up from Hotel.
- 09.30 – Watch Barong & Keris Dance.
- 11.30 – Visit Ubud Monkey Forest
- 12.30 – Visit Tegalalang rice terraces
- 13.30 – Visit Kintamani to see Mountain Batur + Lake Batur View + Buffet lunch, we can stop here having lunch while enjoy the view.
- 15.00 – Visit Temen Spices garden
- 16.00 – Visit Tirta Empul Holly Spring temple
- 17.00 – Transfer back to hotel.
👇 Special PRICE Kintamani Bali Tour Volcano 👇
USD 50 /person all in
Child 3-11 yrs 50% Off
Kintamani Bali Tour Volcano PRICE INCLUSIONS:
- English speaking driver
- Private car with comfort air-conditioned
- All Entrance ticket at scheduled stop.
- Barong Dance ticket.
- Lunch with Indonesian buffet lunch.
- Mineral water during tour.
- Parking Fee
Price Excludes : Drink during lunch and personal expenses like shopping
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- Single traveler with 50% extra charge.
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