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Let’s get to the comfortable seat on discover the best of Bali. Our friendly professional English speaking guide driver take the navigation control to the destinations on your list to visit. With flexible options full day or half day hire, we welcome you to choose exactly where you like to go to visit. Free worry with satelit GPS installed and WiFi in the car is available, petrol navigation and time estimation distance is included in sections.
Enjoy pick up and drop off from the Hotel meeting point you have mentioned and we also able to meet you in the Benoa Harbour, Bali International Airport, or your accommodation in a private services with air-conditioned car. On a services any parking fees and fuel charges are included to ensure free worry on travel date.
Let’s design your own itinerary destination for full day or half day and our service is on your way. And our experienced driver also able to help you to create a customized itinerary. Check the best attractions and hidden gems of Bali including beautiful beach or some souvenir shopping spots before heading back home from Bali, friendly driver will be ready to accompany you to the perfect choice places to visit.
Special cycling circuit designed will take you to enjoy the beauty panorama of Batur Volcano in Kintamani North of Ubud. Complimentary Balinese breakfast with fresh cooking meal and it serve on overlooking to breathtaking view of lake and volcano Batur.
Friendly breafing will be presented by professional cycling guide with fully sign with equipment needed and route conditions until the finish point.
Circuit cycling tour will start at the top view point and the route will take direction to the local village. Commentary by profesional guide on stop point along the route. With possibility to answer your guess or question of any interesting you see along the way.
Beautiful coffee and tea plantation oldest village temple and rice terrace on relaxing pedal cycling and also enjoy the Balinese lunch serve on the finish point.
The itinerary Bali Volcano Cycling Tour :
Breakfast at Batur Volcano : The well knows Amazing breathtaking view of Batur Active volcano and here we going to start the journey by having breakfast with Balinese Dishes , and our cycling tour guide will explain you well about the route and help you with installing safety equipment after breakfast.
Cruising Down Hill: After the instruction from our friendly cycling guide and installed all safety equipment, we begin our cruising on cycling . Watch the passing parade of rural life , chance upon special ceremony , stop at the local village to chat with the local and children to see their daily activities and life along the way, we stop to visit a traditional Balinese family local compound, a privileged look amidst its daily routine.
Rice terrace & Village : Cycling adventure will be routing to the local village of Pejeng where the village life is timeless and serene, watching the women go about their daily task of making beautiful offerings to the Hindu gods.
Finish point and Lunch : Ends of cycling tour will be followed by a sumptuous Indonesian Lunch in a delightful garden setting, lovingly prepared in an open kitchen amidst a modern Balinese family environment .
Time and Estimate Bali Cycling Tour :
07 : 00 Am : Pick up at hotel lobby
09 : 00 Am : Breakfast at Volcano
10 : 00 Am : Cycling Adventure
12 : 30 Pm : Arrival at Finish Point
12 : 45 Pm : Lunch at Finish Point
14 : 00 Pm : Return back to hotel
Bali Cycling Tour Inclusion :
Hotel pick up and drop off
Entrance ticket at Batur Volcano
Mineral Drinking water bottle
Breakfast at Batur Volcano
Lunch at finish point
Transported by air conditioner car
Professional guide cycling
Entrance ticket at the village circuit
English speaking driver guide
Bali Cycling Tour Price :
Adult 35 USD / Rp 500.000 IDR / Person
Child 25 USD / Rp 350.000 IDR / Person
Special discount for a group price please send us your inquiry via email or whatapps.
Adult from14 years old. Children from 8 years old.
What to bring : Modest and cycling cloth, hat, camera, money, sun glasses and sun block lotion.
Book CyclingTour, please send us your email inquiry at our contact official :
Seminyak to Ubud palace puri saron , Puri Saren Ubud or more popular name as a Bali Ubud Royal palace is an Ubud Kingdom Palace with beautiful Balinese traditional houses as a residence of Ubud King. It is set in the center of Ubud Bali with traditional art market just in front of it and it is found by Ida Tjokorda Putu Kandel who has commanded from year 1800 – 1823. Ubud Royal Palace is an artistic cultural life center, while the traditional market is the symbol of local economics resident. The existence of Ubud Royal Palace as a palace is equipped by a Wantilan/auditorium that is a large building of meeting room and a banyan tree as shelter place at the daytime. The traditional market is the place of society economics and its existence is always border on palace as artistic cultural life center. It means that the both pole meeting is describing the dynamics of society and kingdom life.
The history of Bali’s royal ruling families goes as far back as the 10th century but it wasn’t until the 1300’s that they became historically renown. In 1343, the Majapahit Empire took hold after the Javanese king defeated the Balinese king. Their rule marked the arrival of Javanese Hindu culture, which is still evident today in architecture, the arts, literature, dance and the theatre. A few Balinese villages remained aloof from this change, however, with the rise of Islam across Indonesia, the Majapahit Empire finally fell and Bali became independent at the end of the 15th century. Many of the Javanese aristocracy and key members of the creative society took refuge on the island and the period became known as Bali’s Golden Age.
Ubud has been a “royal town” for over a hundred years. Its princes, who bear the title “Tjokorda” or “Agung” still live in traditional palaces, called “Puris”. Be aware, however, that every place called “puri” is not a royal palace. The word has been used quite liberally of late. Alsobe aware that there is not one palace in Ubud, but many, most of them clustered around the main cross-roads near the Bud market. There are several other “royal” towns in the Bud area, too, with their own palaces, most of which have close family ties to the Bud Tjokordas. A web of connections is maintained by incidental and arranged marriages among the respective offspring of princes in Sayan, Pejeng, Singapadu, Peliatan, and Payangan’s puris.
Although the old Balinese feudal system was superseded by the Dutch colonial government more that eighty years ago, the Tjokordas still retain a special role in Ubud society. Many leadership roles, both sacred and secular are held by Tjokordas. They also figure prominently in the local business community, arts institutions, and professional circles. While no formal power is automatically granted to someone because they come from a puri, the Ubud royals still command respect solely on the basis of their heredity. They also command respect from some quarters on the basis of their rather disproportionate wealth.
The Royal palaces have long been the largest landholders in the area. They used to manifest this role in a largely “custodial” way, managing vast tracts of rice-growing land for the benefit of the community and the temples. In recent times, however, with the advent of western models of land ownership, many palaces have developed or sold landholdings to augment their personal wealth–sometimes conspicuously. In pre-colonial Bali, palaces were the primary patrons of art, music, dance and literature. The Ubud palaces consciously continue this tradition. They act as repositories of traditional culture, and develop artistic endeavours throughout the area, much to the benefit of both Ubudians and visitors.
The Tjokordas are no longer the physical embodiment of The State, they are just private citizens, with the same concerns as other private citizens, plus a few more. Accordingly, the Ubud palaces are essentially just family homes, and none have yet been turned into museums of public tourist attractions. While some of them are fine examples of traditional architecture, none are “historical” in terms of age. In fact, most are pretty new. The oldest Ubud palace was located a little to the east of Pura Dalem Ubud, above the main road. It collapsed in an earthquake early this century, and nothing remains but a flat place with traces of foundation here and there.
Seminyak to Ulun Danu Bratan Temple is take us about 2 hour drive, is a temple dedicated to the goddess of the lake – Ida Batari Dewi Ulun Danu on the edge of a huge crater. The dominant shrines are Meru’s, is one of the best place to visit on north Bali and the ticket visiting the Lake Bratan temple is 60.000 IDR per person
Dedicated to the goddess of the lake is Ida Batari Dewi Ulun Danu on the edge of a huge crater. The dominant shrines are Meru’s (pagodas) dedicated to the lake goddess and the gods of Mount Batur and Mount Gunung Agung, the largest volcano in Bali. The temple was built in the 17th century in worship of the main Hindu trinity, Brahma-Vishnu-Shiva, as well as the lake goddess, Dewi Danu. The sight and cool atmosphere of the Bali uplands have made the lake and this temple a favourite sightseeing and recreational spot as well as a frequently photographed site. Ulun Danu Beratan Temple, literally ‘the source temple of Lake Beratan’, is easily the island’s most iconic sanctuary sharing the scenic qualities with the seaside temples of Uluwatu Temple and Tanah Lot. The smooth reflective surface of the lake surrounding most of the temple’s base creates a unique floating impression, while the mountain range of the Bedugul region encircling the lake provides the temple with a scenic backdrop.
Ulun Danu Beratan Temple mostly called as a Ulun Danu Temple but not to be confused with Ulun Danu Batur Temple, which is on the rim of the caldera at Batur Lake. It is especially important for the Balinese. Only here can you get holy water of a particular variety. The water is collected from the lake itself, directly in front of the temple. Visitors have to wear a sash and not go near. Bathing is forbidden. The lake is the ultimate source of water for the rivers and springs that irrigate central Bali. It is therefore of the utmost importance. The temple priests say that the lake is fed by springs located at each of the wind directions. Each of the springs is the origin of water for that particular region of central Bali. So, farmers from North Bali collect their holy water from the northern spring of the lake and so on. Ulun Danu Temple lies by the western banks of Lake Bratan in the Bedugul Highlands at a level of 1239m, is one of the most picturesque and most photographed temples in Bali. Ulun Danu is inside the caldera of the now extinct volcano Gunung Catur. It is one of the main sources of irrigation in the Balinese highlands, and so the temple is dedicated to Dewi Danu, the lake goddess.
History Ulun Danu Beratan Temple
Ulun Danu temple can be traced back to the rise of the Mengwi kingdom. The name of Ulun Danu Beratan Temple is taken from the lake where the temple is built at Beratan Lake. The name of Beratan Lake is inseparable with the Beratan Mount as Deity and Goddess as fertility source, prosperity to keep the prosperity in life and society life. In Papyrus Chronicle of the Mengwi is elaborated by the history of Ulun Danu Beratan Temple founding together with existence of the Mengwi Empire. Therefore its status is pertained with the secondhand of Temple Empire what is usually pertained as Dang Kahyangan. It is the same to the description in papyrus of Usana Bali and Padma Bhuwana, hence Puncak Mangu Temple where the Panyawangan (representative place to worship) is the Ulun Danu Beratan Temple. So it is called by entire Balinese residents as Kahyangan Jagat (The Biggest Group of Hindu Temple in Bali )
The ‘floating’ temple complex is comprised of four groups of shrines, including the prominent Lingga Petak shrine to its east. There are four gates facing each of the four points of the compass.
Ulun Danu Beratan Temple is consisted of 4 temples complex that are:
Lingga Petak Temple owns the function to worship the Siwa God
Penataran Pucak Mangu Temple is referred this gate as Parhyangan ri pinggiring rawa Beratan or Danu Beratan Temple is founded by I Gusti Agung Putu to worship the Hyang ing Parwata or Deity which is placed in Pucak Mangu that is Bhatara Hyang Danawa as according to papyrus of Padma Bhuwana and Usana Bali, because Mangu Mount is located in north direction, hence it is called the Bhatara Hyang Danawa or Wisnu God
Terate Bang Temple is functioning to worship of Brahma God
Dalem Purwa Temple is functioning to worship of Danu Goddess which is considered to be miraculous of the Bhatara Hyang Danawa or Laksmi Goddess.
Ulun Danu Beratan Temple Ceremony
The temple ceremony execution at Ulun Danu Beratan Temple is consisted of two types those are:
The temple ceremony which is executed every six-month (210 days) that on Anggara (Tuesday) Kliwon Julungwangi (Base on Balinese Hindu calendar). Every 12 months (420 days) is executed by the bigger ceremony from the ordinary ceremony, so-called Piodalan Agung
Pakelem ceremony is executed at any times as according to situation and condition. The Pakelem ceremony owns the function to worship the supremacy and also cheapness of the infinite for award of life, fertility, prosperity, as impact of the existence of ecosystem balance so that give the benefit for life and universe life forever and ever, during Beratan Lake and Beratan Mount stand up