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Half Day Tour

Experience the perfect getaway with our curated half-day tours. Let our professional English-speaking driver and comfortable air-conditioned car take you on a 4-5 hour journey to your choice of destination. Whether you seek cultural immersion, natural beauty, culinary delights, or hidden gems, we're here to make your excursion unforgettable. Just sit back, relax, and let the adventure begin.

IDR 650,000 per car
(Maximum of 5 adults per car)

Tenganan Village

Tenganan Village is a traditional Balinese village in Indonesia known for its unique customs, distinct culture, and production of intricately woven "double ikat" textiles. Visiting Tenganan Village provides a unique opportunity to experience Balinese culture and heritage up close.

  • Explore the well-preserved traditional Balinese way of life and architecture.

  • Witness cultural ceremonies and rituals, such as Perang Pandan, a mock battle.

  • Purchase traditional handwoven textiles, called "Gringsing," famous for their intricate patterns.

  • Interact with the friendly locals and learn about their customs and traditions.

  • Enjoy the peaceful and picturesque village setting.

Kintamani Volcano

Kintamani is a region in Bali, Indonesia, known for its stunning views of Mount Batur and its crater lake. It's a popular destination for its scenic landscapes and hiking opportunities. Kintamani offers a mix of natural beauty, cultural experiences, and outdoor activities for travelers.

  • Hike Mount Batur: Trek to the summit of Mount Batur to watch the sunrise or enjoy panoramic views.

  • Visit Lake Batur: Explore the serene crater lake and its surroundings.

  • Enjoy a meal with a view: Dine in local restaurants overlooking Mount Batur and Lake Batur.

  • Discover traditional villages: Visit nearby villages to learn about Balinese culture and handicrafts.

  • Explore the Batur Natural Hot Spring: Relax in hot springs with picturesque volcano views.

Tanah Lot Temple

Tanah Lot Temple is a famous Hindu sea temple in Bali, Indonesia, perched on a rock formation by the ocean. It is renowned for its spectacular sunset views and spiritual significance. Tanah Lot Temple offers a blend of natural beauty and cultural experiences, making it a popular destination in Bali.

  • Explore the temple grounds and learn about its rich history and cultural significance

  • Enjoy breathtaking ocean views and witness stunning sunsets over the temple

  • Visit nearby souvenir shops and art markets for traditional Balinese crafts

  • Take in the picturesque coastal scenery and the surrounding area

  • Attend traditional Kecak dance performances at certain times.

Taman Ujung Water Palace

Taman Ujung Water Palace is a historical royal palace in Bali, Indonesia, featuring stunning gardens, pools, and architecture. It's a popular destination for its serene ambiance and scenic beauty.

  • Explore the beautiful gardens, ornate pools, and intricate Balinese architecture.

  • Enjoy a leisurely stroll around the palace grounds, taking in the serene atmosphere.

  • Take photographs of the stunning landscapes and the palace's design.

  • Learn about the history of the palace and its role in Balinese culture.

  • Visit nearby attractions, such as Tirta Gangga Water Palace, to immerse yourself in Bali's royal heritage.

Tirta Empul Temple

Tirta Empul Temple is a Balinese Hindu water temple in Bali, Indonesia, renowned for its sacred springs where people come to purify themselves in the holy water. Visiting Tirta Empul Temple provides an opportunity to engage with Balinese spirituality and culture.

  • Participate in a purification ritual by bathing in the temple's holy springs.

  • Explore the temple's tranquil gardens and scenic surroundings.

  • Observe traditional Balinese architecture and religious ceremonies.

  • Learn about the history and significance of the temple from local guides.

  • Enjoy a peaceful and spiritual experience in a culturally rich setting.

Jatiluwih Rice Terrace

Jatiluwih Rice Terrace is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Bali, Indonesia, celebrated for its breathtaking and expansive rice terraces, showcasing traditional Balinese farming techniques and natural beauty. Jatiluwih offers a peaceful and picturesque setting for nature enthusiasts and those interested in experiencing Bali's rural culture.

  • Take leisurely walks or hikes through the lush terraced landscapes

  • Enjoy panoramic views of the rice paddies and surrounding mountains

  • Photograph the stunning scenery, especially during sunrise or sunset

  • Visit local villages to learn about traditional Balinese farming practices

  • Explore nearby attractions like temples and natural sites in the region

  • Sample traditional Balinese cuisine in local eateries

Beratan Temple

Beratan Temple, also known as Ulun Danu Beratan Temple, is a beautiful water temple located on Lake Bratan in Bali, Indonesia. It's a picturesque and important Hindu pilgrimage site known for its stunning setting and serene ambiance. This temple offers a peaceful and spiritually significant experience, as well as beautiful natural views.

  • Explore the temple complex and its unique architecture, which seems to float on the lake.

  • Enjoy the serene and scenic surroundings of Lake Bratan and the surrounding mountains.

  • Participate in cultural ceremonies or observe religious rituals if visiting during a significant Hindu festival.

  • Visit nearby attractions, such as the Bali Botanic Garden, and explore the picturesque Bedugul area.

  • Capture breathtaking photographs of the temple with its reflection in the tranquil lake.

  • Rent a boat to explore the lake

Tegalalang Rice Terrace

The Tegalalang Rice Terrace is a famous tourist attraction located in Bali, Indonesia. It is known for its stunning and intricate rice paddies that form beautiful terraced landscapes. Visitors can explore the lush green fields, take in the breathtaking scenery, and learn about traditional Balinese agriculture.

  • Take nature walks: Explore the rice terraces on foot, discovering hidden paths and capturing fantastic photo opportunities.

  • Swing over the rice fields: Experience the thrill of swinging on iconic Bali swings set against the backdrop of the terraced landscape.

  • Visit local cafes: Enjoy local cuisine and refreshments in the cafes and restaurants that overlook the rice terraces.

  • Interact with locals: Gain insight into traditional farming practices and the Balinese way of life by talking to local farmers.

  • Shop for souvenirs: Purchase handicrafts, art, and souvenirs from the various shops and stalls in the area.

  • Photography: The Tegalalang Rice Terrace is a paradise for photographers, with its picturesque landscapes and intricate rice field designs.

  • Participate in rice farming activities: Some places offer tourists the opportunity to join in traditional rice planting or harvesting activities.

Pura Lempuyang “Gate of Heaven”

The "Gate of Heaven" in Bali, also known as Lempuyang Temple, features an iconic split gate that frames a view of Mount Agung. It's a popular spot for photos and considered a spiritual site in Bali. This site offers a combination of cultural and scenic experiences, making it a must-visit destination for many travelers in Bali.

  • Take stunning photos with the picturesque backdrop of Mount Agung through the gate.

  • Explore the temple complex and its peaceful surroundings.

  • Participate in traditional Balinese rituals and ceremonies.

  • Enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding landscapes.

  • Visit nearby attractions like the Tirta Gangga Water Palace and Ujung Water Palace for a full-day tour experience.

Leke Leke Waterfall

Leke Leke Waterfall is a hidden gem in Bali, Indonesia, featuring a picturesque cascade surrounded by lush jungle. It's a relatively secluded and peaceful spot for nature lovers and hikers. Leke Leke Waterfall is an excellent destination for those seeking a more intimate and off-the-beaten-path waterfall experience in Bali.

  • Hike through lush jungle terrain to reach the waterfall, enjoying the natural beauty along the way

  • Swim in the refreshing pool at the base of the waterfall

  • Take photographs of the picturesque waterfall and its surroundings

  • Enjoy a quiet and tranquil escape from the busier tourist areas in Bali

  • Experience the beauty and serenity of a lesser-known natural attraction.

Ulu Petanu Waterfall

Ulu Petanu Waterfall is a hidden gem in Bali, Indonesia, known for its tranquil and secluded location. This serene waterfall offers a refreshing swimming experience in a jungle setting, making it a peaceful escape from the crowds.

  • Swim and relax in the natural pool below the waterfall.

  • Enjoy the lush jungle surroundings and serene atmosphere.

  • Take scenic nature walks along the river and through the forest.

  • Capture beautiful photographs of the waterfall and its surroundings.

  • Picnic or have a leisurely meal in the peaceful natural setting.

  • Experience the tranquility and solitude of a less touristy spot in Bali.

  • Interact with the local community and learn about their culture and traditions.

  • Ulu Petanu Waterfall offers a quieter and more immersive nature experience for those seeking a break from the more popular tourist destinations in Bali.

Tirta Gangga Water Palace

Tirta Gangga Water Palace is a beautiful and historic royal palace in Bali, Indonesia, known for its stunning water gardens, fountains, and ornate sculptures. It's a popular tourist destination for its serene atmosphere and unique architecture.

  • Stroll through the lush gardens, admiring the intricate Balinese architecture and water features.

  • Feed the koi fish in the ponds, which is a favorite activity for many visitors.

  • Enjoy a relaxing picnic or take in the tranquil ambiance.

  • Take photographs of the beautifully landscaped gardens and ornate pools.

  • Visit nearby attractions, such as the Ujung Water Palace, to explore more Balinese royal heritage sites.

Terms & Conditions


You can contact our guest service or concierge to make the booking and instant confirmation straight away.

Cancellation Policy

You'll get a full refund if you cancel at least 24 hour(s) before the activity starts.


In case of unforeseen events or extreme weather, the operator reserves the right to cancel the tour. If this happens, you have the option to reschedule or request a full refund.

What's Included

  • Round-trip transfers to and from hotel

  • English-speaking professional guide​

  • Private vehicle

  • Fuel Fees

  • Parking Fees

  • Insurance provided by the operator

What's Not Included

  • Admission to attractions

  • Meals and Beverages

  • Other personal expenses

  • Tips & gratuities

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