Waterfall, Rice Terrace & Archaeological Sites Tour

Visit Tegenungan waterfall, enjoy the impressively green valley panorama with the cascading water as a centerpiece. See skillful creating impressive wood carving at Mas Village that is famous for its carving artists. After that we stop at the heart of Ubud Village to see Ubud Royal Palace and Ubud market. After having lunch at a local restaurant, continue to Tegalalang Village to enjoy beautiful view of rice terrace. Afterward, the next visits will be to Gunung Kawi Royal Tombs, Goa Gajah Elephant Cave and Yeh Pulu Reliefs.

Places of interest to visit :

Tegenungan Waterfall

Tegenungan Waterfall ‣ Not so far from Ubud there is a big waterfall called Tegenungan Waterfall whose water looks white which falls from the top of a black rock cliff into a calm pond. It’s about 20 meters high. The view of this waterfall is truly impressive. In addition, visitors can also find smaller hidden waterfalls, simple food stalls and a charming cave with holy springs.

Wood carving at Mas Village

Mas carving center ‣ Mas Village, one of the many artist villages not far from Ubud, is the best place on the island to find high-quality Balinese wood carvings – considered one of the best wood carvings in the world. Part of the prestigious reputation of this village comes from the birthplace of Ida Bagus Tilem, one of the most famous craftsmen in Bali. His wife and son continue to operate their admired galleries and workshops.

An entrance gate at Ubud Palace

Ubud Palace ‣ The home of the Ubud royal family since the end of the 19th century, Ubud Palace, also known as Puri Saren or Puri Saren Agung, is located in the heart of the center of Ubud near the traditional art market. Visitors can explore the pavilion and gardens in the castle area. There is also a traditional Balinese dance performance in the castle courtyard every night, a must for every visitor to Bali.

Ubud Market

Ubud Palace ‣ The home of the Ubud royal family since the end of the 19th century, Ubud Palace, also known as Puri Saren or Puri Saren Agung, is located in the heart of the center of Ubud near the traditional art market. Visitors can explore the pavilion and gardens in the castle area. There is also a traditional Balinese dance performance in the castle courtyard every night, a must for every visitor to Bali.

Rice terrace at Tegalalang Village

Tegalalang Rice Terraces ‣ Tegalalang terraced rice fields, an agricultural icon on the cliffs of a traditional Balinese village is an ideal place to spend the morning or evening while enjoying the natural tranquility of rural life.

Gunung Kawi Royal Tombs

Gunung Royal Tombs ‣ A protected archaeological site in Bali. It is located on the Pakerisan River, Tampaksiring, Gianyar Regency – Bali. This temple is very unique because it is has a whole carved rock. It also has some shrines and pavilions made of red brick and mountain stones. This temple basically consists of sculptures on the wall of rock Cliff on the river.

Elephant Cave Monastery

Goa Gajah ‣ Made more than 1,000 years ago, one of the holiest Hindu sites in Bali which was also opened as the most popular tourist attraction is Goa Gajah or Elephant Cave. Goa which has a mythological creature above its entrance has a very uncertain origin, this cave is believed to be the place of asceticism of Hindu priests who dug it by hand.

Yeh Pulu reliefs

Yeh Pulu Reliefs ‣ Yeh Pulu is an archaeological site with 25m-long carved cliff face next to the Petanu River that is believed to be the remnants of a 14th-century hermitage. Besides the figure of Ganesha, elephant-headed son of Shiva, most scenes depict scenes of everyday life.