Bali Discovery Northern Tour

Bali Full Day Tour to Explore to the north of Bali. Place to visit : Taman Ayun Royal Temple, Candi Kuning Traditional Market, Bedugul, Gitgit Waterfall, Lovina Beach, Banjar Hot Spring.




taman ayun temple   Taman Ayun Bali

We start this tour from, Pura Taman Ayun is situated in Mengwi Village of Badung District, around 18 km to the west of Denpasar. It is a very beautiful temple, as the name tells (Taman Ayun  means temple in a beautiful garden). In addition to its beauty, Pura Taman Ayun is also considered to have historical values, which makes the regional government of Bali suggests the UNESCO in 2002 that this temple is includedin World Heritage List.

Pura Taman Ayun is a Mother Temple (Paibon) to Mengwi Kingdom. This temple was built by Mengwi King, I Gusti Agung Putu, in the Javanese year of 1556 (1634 AD). Initially, I Gusti Agung Putu built a temple to the north of Mengwi village to the worship of his ancestors. The temple was named Genter Park. When Mengwi grew into a big kingdom, I Gusti Agung Putu moved Genter Park eastward and expand the compound. The expanded temple was officially declared Pura Taman Ayun on Kliwon Tuesday – Medangsia the fourth month in the Javanese year of 1556. Until today, each Kliwon Tuesday of wuku Medangsia in Javanese calendar (Saka), a piodalan (ceremony) is held in this temple to celebrate the temple’s anniversary.



Candi Kuning Market   Candi Kuning Market   Candi Kuning Market

Candi Kuning Traditional Market is located near the entrance of Botanical Garden. This market provides fresh fruits, vegetables, spices, and exotic flowers such as delicate orchids and roses that are neatly displayed creating an array of wonderful colors. Spices include nutmeg, pepper, paprika and turmeric. A wide variety of fresh fruit and vegetables can be found here, as well as pomelo and durian. There are also many types of souvenirs and traditional snacks available to take home to family and friends. To the rear of the market are rows of plant and flower vendors, and surrounding the market are several restaurants where you can eat and rest. This market opens from 7:00 am 4:00 pm.



Beratan Lake 1  Ulun Danu Temple  Bedugul Botanical Garden

Bedugul is a mountain lake resort area in Bali Indonesia, located in the centre-north region of the island near Lake Bratan on the road between Denpasar and Singaraja. Bedugul is located at 48 kilometres (30 mi) north of the city of Denpasar. Other nearby lakes are Lake Buyan, and Lake Tamblingan. Bedugul enjoys a mild mountain weather due to its location at an altitude of about 1,500 metres (4,900 ft) above the sea level. Major sites in Bedugul are the Pura Ulun Danu Bratan water temple and the Eka Karya Botanic Gardens. The Botanic Garden, opened in 1959. With a total area of 157.5 hectares (389 acres) is the largest in Indonesia.



Gitgit Waterfall  Gitgit Waterfall  Air Terjun Gitgit

Gitgit Waterfall is a beautiful tourist destination in north part of Bali. Gitgit waterfall is located in the plateau area with the height about 35 meters and it is surrounded by tropical tree and emits the constantly natural water debit during the year. Waterfall voice around the charming nature was amazing and it was the separate attraction which can be enjoyed by each visitor who comes to visit. There are some plantations protecting the rain forest around the waterfall and in this place we often met the wild monkey to get the water from this waterfall.



Lovina Beach Lovina Beach Lovina Beach

Lovina is a relatively new name coined in the 1950s by the late king of Buleleng (Buleleng Regency) Anak Agung Panji Tisna, with a good eye for future tourism-based development. It started with small lodge built on his own land and named Lovina. After going through struggle of ups and downs, finally the community accepted the presence of Lovina. Now even, for the sake of tourism, Lovina used for the name of seven traditional villages, which all slightly merge into one on a ten kilometer stretch of the main road which hugs the north coast to the 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”.



Banjar Hot Spring Banjar Hot Spring Banjar Hot Spring

The sacred hot springs ‘Air Panas’ of Banjar are set in the midst of the jungle in a beautifully landscaped tropical garden, close to Lovina Beach, and it consist of three public and one private pool.The sulphuric water is of volcanic origin and has an agreeable warm temperature of 37 degrees Celcius, ideal for people suffering from rheumatic diseases. The hot spring water gushes from the mouths of eight stone carved naga (mythical, dragon-like creatures) into the oblong shaped upper pool.  From the upper pool the water overflows from the mouths of five more nagas into the largest of the three pools, which is square shaped and situated at a lower level.

Adjacent to these pools is the third and smallest one from which the water poors down via three 4 meter high spouts, giving you a strong, reviving massage.There is a small temple at the spot where the water wells up from the ground, encased by a low, stone structure.


Number of PAX 1 2-3 4-6 7-10 11-15
Rate/Pax US$ 81.00 US$ 54.00 US$ 36.00 US$ 32.00 US$ 29.00

Includes & Excludes

Price Include :
  • Private Driver
  • Entrance Fee
  • Driving Services Fee
  • Car Parking Fee
  • Toll Fees
  • Lunch
  • English Speaking Driver
  • Licensed Cars for Tourism
  • Air-Conditioned Cars & Petrol
  • 10 Hours Tour Duration
  • Flexible stoping time
  • Insurance Cover
Not Include :
  • Personal Expenses

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Be sure and plan your tour. Bring shoes with arch support. Light sandals are not designed for walking on uneven ground. You may have slight hills or uneven steps to deal with. Some of the markets and villages are built on slopped land and good arch and ankle support will be very, very beneficial. Be sure and wear socks.

Be sure and bring sunscreen or a hat and don’t forget your sunglasses. In many of the mountain villages, temples and attractions, you will be in the shade, so a light sweater or sweatshirt may come in handy.

Many spots that you find yourself will have snacks and beverages, but a bottle of water and a small candy bar or dried fruit might come in handy.
Have the correct film or memory chip for your cameras.

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