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Kintamani – Besakih Tour


Batubulan is an artistic countryside in west part of Gianyar regency. The identity and image as an art village, Batubulan has been famous in Indonesia and all over the world which has been built based on an artistic blessing dance of Barong (Barong and Keris dance). Barong Dance is daily performed at five different stages in this countryside, like Puseh Temple Stage, Tegal Tamu Stage, Denjalan Stage, Sahadewa Stage and Sila Budaya Stage. The fascination of this Tourism Cultural Object is from variety of quality artistic potency. Batubulan Village is covering the dance art, artistic of Kerawitan, artistic of idol and article art.

Celuk Village is the famous village in Bali as a tourist destination cause of the local residents is very proactive and full of innovation to the gold and silver crafting. This countryside is located in sub district of Sukawati, Gianyar Regency and owns the individuality and excellence in production of gold and silver crafting. Most of them are Balinese professional, artistic and skillful of design development related to the silver and gold crafting.
This is very famous hindu temple (special for siva god) Goa Gajah means Elephant Cave, located in the Village Bedulu village. Goa Gajah comes from the word Lwa Gajah, a word which are appears in the Lontar (Manuscript) Negarakertagama compiled by Mpu Prapanca in the year 1365 AD. Built at about the 11 th century AD, when King Sri Astasura Ratna Bumi Banten powered. This cave used as a hermitage, as evidenced by the existence of niches in the cave. There are also seven swimming baths with an angel statue which are was holding the holy water. Inside of the cave you can see some holy statue, amongs: ganesh statue (son of siva god), lingga-yoni statue (symbol of welfare).

The location in tampaksiring village, Tirta Empul is a temple with a big water source residing in the middle of it. The water is clear, clean and holy assumed by the local resident to cure some disease. In tirta empul, you will see a Palace of Indonesia State founded by first president. Its place is very beautiful and peaceful that is surrounded by hill. There are many fountain in this temple that are using by local people for bathing and purification purpose.

The Mother Temple of Besakih, or Pura Besakih, in the village of Besakih on the slopes of Mount Agung in eastern Bali, Indonesia, is the most important, the largest and holiest temple of Hindu religion in Bali, and one of a series of Balinese temples. Perched nearly 1000 meters up the side of Gunung Agung, it is an extensive complex of 23 separate but related temples with the largest and most important being Pura Penataran Agung. This is built on six levels, terraced up the slope. This entrance is an imposing Candi Bentar (split gateway), and beyond it the even more impressive Kori Agung is the gateway to the second courtyard.
The precise origins of the temple are not clear but it almost certainly dates from prehistoric times. The stone bases of Pura Penataran Agung and several other temples resemble megalithic stepped pyramids, which date back at least 2000 years. It was certainly used as a Hindu place of worship from 1284 when the first Javanese conquerors settled in Bali. By the 15th century, Besakih had become a state temple of the Gelgel dynasty


  • Itinerary:
  • 09.00 : Pick up at the hotel
  • 09.30 : watching barong and keris dance
  • 10.30 : Visit silver and gold smith village
  • 11.30 : Visit goa gajah temple (elephant cave temple)
  • 12.30 : Visit tampaksiring (tirta empul/holy spring temple)
  • 13.30 : Visit agrotourism (luwak cofee)
  • 14.00 : Enjoy lunch at local restaurant in Kintamani (VULCANO VIEW)
  • 15.00 : Visit besakih temple
  • 16.00 : Back to hotel
  • 17.00 : Arrive at hotel


  • 2 person or more = U$D 40/person
  • Single person = U$D 65/person


  • Car + Petrol
  • 21% government tax and service charge
  • Private full air-conditioning car
  • Speaking English driver
  • Insurance
  • Parking fee
  • Mineral water
  • Sarong (use for the temple)

Not includes: lunch, entrance ticket
Note: time is flexible and depends of conditions on the trip