Learn about the culture of Bali when you visit the Batubulan Village, view an active volcano at Mount Batur and witness the one of the best sunset views at Tanah Lot Temple.
The first destination on your itinerary is going to give you a taste of a Balinese arts and culture with a visit to the Batubulan village. At this village you’ll be able to witness the unique Barong dance which depicts the story of “good” and “bad”. The village is renowned as an arts village and extremely popular worldwide thanks to the creative efforts of the villagers themselves who created these dances. Have some fun watching the locals do their Balinese dances before going to visit a traditional Balinese house where you can learn about their daily lives.
Be amazed by all the different types of handicrafts produced at the villages of Celuk, Mas and Ubud. These three villages produce some of Bali’s most intricate handicrafts and probably its most popular types of crafts as well. Each of these villages is popular for their main handicraft and you’ll get to see these artists at work with your very own eyes. Celuk village which is known for its gold and silversmithing while Mas is known for its woodcarvers and Ubud is popular for their traditional and modern paintings.
Journey up to the mountains of Kintamani Village where you can get a magnificent view of the rice paddy terraces and enjoy the cool air. The mountains also offer an extraordinary view of an active volcano, Batur Volcano. Watch its black lava run down to the valley below as the volcano releases steam. Take a break for lunch at one of the many local restaurants in Kintamani before going to Tanah Lot Temple. The temple that sits off-shore near the ocean provides you an amazing, unobstructed view of the sunset, a perfect location to take some photos. The temple itself is also a sight to behold due to its location.