Uluatu Tempel Tour- Beach - Kecak and Sunset tour

10 hr

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South Bali tour is the tour to visit some beaches, Culture park and Sunset, the places is situated in south part of Bali island . very beautiful ocean view to and sunset. the first place to visit is called Tanjung Benoa beach where is the place call centre Centre of the Watersport, after that we will continue to visit the third biggest statue in the world namely GWK ( bali Culture park) Padang Padang beach...
South Bali tour is the tour to visit some beaches, Culture park and Sunset, the places is situated in south part of Bali island . very beautiful ocean view to and sunset. the first place to visit is called Tanjung Benoa beach where is the place call centre Centre of the Watersport, after that we will continue to visit the third biggest statue in the world namely GWK ( bali Culture park) Padang Padang beach and then Uluatu, Kecak, and sunset
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Itinerary Details

The Unique Temple and Kecak Dance

Pura Luhur Uluatu is the temple located in the village of Pecatu. district Kuta and Badung. temple is located on the southwest of tip of the island of Bali on the bridge and the steep rock jutting in to the sea. this is the temple of heaven, sad believe by Hindu's as a better from 9 of the wind. this temple was originally used a place to worship a holy priest from the 11th Century, Name Mpu Kuturan. he lowered the teaching Indigenous village with all the rules. Namely Dhang Hyang Niratha. who came to Bali in 1550 and end the trip with called sacred Mokhsa or Ngeluhur in the place. they formed the Origin of the name of Uluatu. 

The tour to the south part of Bali is to visit the some beach, Culture and sunset 

the first we are going to visit...
The Unique Temple and Kecak Dance

Pura Luhur Uluatu is the temple located in the village of Pecatu. district Kuta and Badung. temple is located on the southwest of tip of the island of Bali on the bridge and the steep rock jutting in to the sea. this is the temple of heaven, sad believe by Hindu's as a better from 9 of the wind. this temple was originally used a place to worship a holy priest from the 11th Century, Name Mpu Kuturan. he lowered the teaching Indigenous village with all the rules. Namely Dhang Hyang Niratha. who came to Bali in 1550 and end the trip with called sacred Mokhsa or Ngeluhur in the place. they formed the Origin of the name of Uluatu. 

The tour to the south part of Bali is to visit the some beach, Culture and sunset 

the first we are going to visit Tanjung Benoa village, the centre of the Watersport  after that we are going to visit GWK Bali Culture park, Padang Padang beach and Uluatur, Kecak an sunset 
• 8:30 pick up time 
• 09:15 Visit Tanjung Benoa Beach
• 12:00 Visit GWK ( Bali Culture Park ) Garuda Wisnu Kencan 
• 14: 30 Padang Padang Beach 
• 16:30 Visit ululate Temple and Sunset 
• 18:00 Watch ke bali Culture dance ( Kecak and fire dance ) Ramayana Epic 
• 19:15 drive back to the hotel

Important Details

Included
  • Bottled water
  • Transport by air-conditioned minivan
  • Transport by private vehicle
Not Included
  • Food and drinks
  • Drinks
Departure Point
Departure Location : Krobokan, Seminyak, Legian, Kuta, Jimbaran, Nusadua, Denpasar, Sanur
8:30 AM
Return Details
the tour will and at the same hotel we pick up
Additional Info
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • A minimum of 2 people per booking is required
  • This experience requires a minimum number of travelers. If it’s canceled because the minimum isn’t met, you’ll be offered a different date/experience or a full refund
  • This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate
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Cancellation Policy

For a full refund, cancel at least 48 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.