Bali butterfly park is located in Tabanan area. We will cross this park when we headed to Jati Luwih rice field. After we pay for ticket at the front counter, we will enter this park which contains hundreds of butterflies flying around us.
We can see newly hatched butterflies in one of the room. We can put some butterflies in our body.
Then we can also see another room containing grasshoppers which looks more like a tree.
After we are satisfied to see the atmosphere in the park, our journey will end in one of the room that provides souvenir made by a butterfly that has been dried. You can contact us if you need a driver to take you to this place.
Tegalalang rice terrace located in the north part of Ubud area. We will spend approximately 30 minutes drive from the cetral of Ubud. Take Jalan Raya Andong and just go straight up to the north. You will find this rice terrace when you are in Ceking villages area. You could contact us if you need our service for photo shoot in this place.
The name of this place is Melasti beach. Located around Ungasan area, South part of Bali. They call this beach by the name Melasti beach because the people around this area use this beach for Melasti ceremony. The Access is not difficult to get there, you look for Melasti street then continue straight until you find the Bayan Tree Hotel and Resort, and straight again until you see the coast of Melasti beach from the cliff. The road to get there almost similar to Pandawa Beach. Your Bali tour driver could bring you to this place for your photo shoot tour.
Tirta Gangga literally means water from the Ganges and it is a site of some reverence for the Hindu Balinese. Strictly, the name refers to the water palace built in 1948 by the Raja of Karangasem, Anak Agung Agung Anglurah Ketut Karangasem. It is, however, the name widely used to refer to the general area which includes the water palace and the lush rural areas around. Tirta Gangga water palace is a maze of pools and fountains surrounded by a lush garden and stone carvings and statues. The one hectare complex was built in 1946 by the late King of Karangsem but was destroyed almost entirely by the eruption of nearby Mount Agung in 1963. It has been lovingly re-built and restored and has an air of authentic royal magnificence.
The centrepiece of the palace is an eleven tiered fountain and there are many beautiful carvings and statues adorning the gardens. The area around Tirta Gangga is noted for its rice paddy terraces.
This place is nice for Bali photography tour.
Taman Ujung Sukasada is located in the Tumbu Village, Karangaem , Bali.
This place was built with the purpose as a resting place by the king. In the past this place called with Water Palace. Why this place is called the Water Palace, because most the places in this park has a wonderful pond.
In the area of Taman Ujung, you will see a building without a roof and walls. Just standing towering pillars and each pillar connected one each other. The building is located a bit high, so to reach it you have to climb some stairs. But when you have been at the top, you will see the beauty of Taman Ujung.
Your Bali tour driver usually suggest you to prepare your own towel and extra shirt just in case you get wet in this place but if you love adventure, I’m sure you will have fun in here.
There are unofficial local guides available at the top of the steps to the canyon. They will show you the best route to take up the canyon.
Campuhan Ridge Walk is a free and easy nature trek, popular among repeat visitors to the central highland town of Ubud. The area provides a great retreat from the more hectic southern parts of the island, but this trail presents an even more pristine outback to escape from the contemporary boutique, guesthouse and restaurant-lined Jalan Raya Ubud. While the hike lets you enjoy cool fresh air and probably the most gorgeous hillside vista in the region, it also allows you to shed off some calories too with its nine-kilometre hill track. Your Bali tour driver usually suggest you to come here in the morning around 7am to avoid the heat from the sun.
Getting to the starting point is relatively easy. Those staying at the Warwick Ibah Luxury Villas and Spa have the best starting point to the Campuhan Ridge Walk, as the main access is a concrete path just down from this boutique hotel’s main entrance. Smaller letterings under the signage of the Warwick Ibah, bears “Going to The Hill” with an arrow pointing left, and as soon as you take on this path, the verdant surroundings of the Campuhan Valley immediately come to sight, lined by dense tropical foliage.
A small bridge over the revered Campuhan River leads to the majestic Pura Gunung Lebah temple complex. Signs before the temple clearly show the directions to follow along the route, which borders the eastern walls of the temple. These intricately carved walls and the towering ‘meru’ tiers of the shrines visible from the path provide an exotic and cultural touch to the beginning of this nature walk. You might meet a few fellow trekkers on their way back from their earlier jog, but most of the time you’ll have the path to your own.
A few hundred meters and up the slopes from the temple, the view widens to reveal the vast hills that make up the valley hinterland. The best time to enjoy the Campuhan Ridge Walk is early morning and late afternoon, when the temperature is cool and when the skies show their best hues during sunrise and sunset. Slopes as far as the eye can see are an undulating sea of green, covered in tall reed grass, which at times are harvested by the locals for thatched roofing that is typical in traditional Balinese architecture.
The Campuhan Ridge Walk spans an approximate nine kilometres in total, passing over the lush valley of the River. On clear mornings or afternoons, you can enjoy a breathtaking backdrop of Mount Agung and outlying small village houses girt by rice fields. Continuing north along the ridge the tall grass transforms into the paddies of the small village of Bangkiang Sidem. Karsa Café of the Bali Rice Terrace Villas resides here, providing a convenient pause for refreshments or a quick bite while admiring the view.
Leisure walkers may take the trek back to Ibah, while the more serious and curious trekkers can continue west towards the outskirts of Bangkiang Sidem, down to the Sungai Cerik River then climbing up towards the hills of Payogan in the village of Kedewatan.