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Pick up from Nusa dua (07:30)-Jimbaran/Kuta (08:15)-Sanur / denpasar (08:30)-Ubud (09:00)
  
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Departure from your stay in the area that we mention above in the morning, takes you directly to Besakih temple via southeast coast of the island. Besakih is consisting of 32 complex of temple made it seem huge, graceful, and massive in size, it is one hour and forty-five minutes driving. Besakih is the mother temple of Balinese and Southeast Asia’s largest Hindu temple. Beauty set by god with backdrop dark green and grey top color of sacred mount Agung back view marvelous!
  
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Then after Besakih temple tour continue to Kintamani a mountain village, village’s lies 1300 meter above sea level best place for lunch (for the lunch will decided by tour participants to refrain from dispute) even as gazing view of mount and Lake Batur down in great bowl of caldera. So after had lunch in penelokan (Kintamani)  next place precede to Bedugul via Bali’s longest bridge, nung-nung waterfall village, through winding up and down road. Bedugul has breathtaking fresh air; charming picturesque setting and the Ulun danu temple in the lake, it is very enchanted!
  
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Price’s 60 USD /person, min. 2 person
  
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Revision as of 04:08, 29 July 2011

Besakih-Kintamani-Bedugul-Tour

by adenan on June 25, 2011

Bali special tour (Bali all done in a day)

Pick up from Nusa dua (07:30)-Jimbaran/Kuta (08:15)-Sanur / denpasar (08:30)-Ubud (09:00)

Departure from your stay in the area that we mention above in the morning, takes you directly to Besakih temple via southeast coast of the island. Besakih is consisting of 32 complex of temple made it seem huge, graceful, and massive in size, it is one hour and forty-five minutes driving. Besakih is the mother temple of Balinese and Southeast Asia’s largest Hindu temple. Beauty set by god with backdrop dark green and grey top color of sacred mount Agung back view marvelous!

Then after Besakih temple tour continue to Kintamani a mountain village, village’s lies 1300 meter above sea level best place for lunch (for the lunch will decided by tour participants to refrain from dispute) even as gazing view of mount and Lake Batur down in great bowl of caldera. So after had lunch in penelokan (Kintamani) next place precede to Bedugul via Bali’s longest bridge, nung-nung waterfall village, through winding up and down road. Bedugul has breathtaking fresh air; charming picturesque setting and the Ulun danu temple in the lake, it is very enchanted!

Price’s 60 USD /person, min. 2 person

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