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08:00 - Pick up at hotel

Besakih Temple (IDR 60k/person)

Lunch at Mahagiri Restaurant with rice terrace and rain forest view

Kertagosa Klungkung Royal Palace (IDR 20k/person)

Traditional Salt Maker (free)

Goa Lawah Temple / Bat Cave Temple (IDR 20k/person)

Back to hotel

Tour price : Rp 600.000 / car  (2 - 7 persons)

Included   : Guide at Besakih Temple only, Full AC Private Car, Gasoline, Balinese English speaking driver, Sarong, Scarf

Excluded  : Entrance Ticket, Snack, Soft drink, Drinking Water, Lunch

Duration  : 10 hours

Overtime  : Rp 50.000 / hour for extra hour (30 minutes = 1 hour)

Tour Price : 35 Euro / car (2 - 7 persons)

Duration   : 10 hours

Included   : Full AC Private Car + Gasoline + Balinese English speaking driver

Excluded  : Entrance Fee, Snack, Softdrink, Water, Lunch

Overtime  : 5 Euro / hour for extra hour (30 minutes = 1 hour)

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Ubud - Besakih Tour is Bali One Day Tour Packages to enjoy visit the Besakih temple as a the biggest and mother temple in Bali islands. This Ubud - Besakih Tour will visit places interest in Bali like Batik & Hand Weaving –Tohpati, Bali Mas Wood Carving Art Village, Kerta Gosa Ancient Justice Court Palace, pemandangan indah di Bali Bukit Jambul Rice Terrace, Besakih Temple is the biggest temple and as mother temple in Bali islands. Ubud Besakih Tour is also offering you the wide opportunity to see the beautiful handicraft in Bali which is made by local people to bring home for your souvenir. This Bali Ubud Besakih Tour is very comfortable with our professional Bali Tours Driver who is always outstanding offer our best service and It's a private tour with full air-conditioning car transfer. Below is short description places of interest will be visit during Bali Ubud Besakih Tour.


Places of Interest Will Be Visit During Bali Ubud - Besakih Tours :

Besakih Mother Temple

Besakih Temple, known as Bali’s ‘Mother Temple’ for over 1,000 years, sits 1,000 metres high on the southwestern slopes of Mount Agung. Besakih is an artistic and unique complex that comprises at least 86 temples which include the main Pura Penataran Agung (the Great Temple of State) and 18 others.
Besakih is the biggest and holiest of the island's temples and is surrounded by breathtaking and scenic rice paddies, hills, mountains, streams, and more.
To the Balinese, visiting the temple sanctuaries is a special pilgrimage. Mount Agung’s high location gives it an almost mystical quality. Many stairs lead up to the sacred mountain, leading to the many temples that vary according to types, status, and functions.

Besakih Temple features three temples dedicated to the Hindu trinity. Penataran Agung Temple in the centre has white banners for Shiva, the destroyer; Kiduling Kreteg Temple on the right side is with red banners for Brahma, the creator; and Pura Batu Madeg represents Vishnu, the preserver, with its black banners. You can visit other temples in Besakih Temple , but many of their inner courtyards are closed to the public as they’re reserved for pilgrims. Besakih temple  is the only temple open to every devotee from any caste groups. This is because of its nature as the primal centre of all ceremonial activities.

The Besakih's name is come from the word of Basukithe old language from Sanskrit Wasuki, and then it become the Ancient Java Language. In this Sanskrit, the Basuki means congratulation. In mythology of Samudramanthana has mentioned that Basuki is a dragon that twines the Mount Mandara. The omission has come from tradition megalithic which had been indicated that it had to be sanctified place. It seems, the Besakih temple is coming from very old era which is far before the existence of Hinduism influence. Hereinafter, an Ancient Bali king of Sri Kesari Warmadewa found the Merajan Selonding Temple in this temple complex area. He also commands to build the Blanjong Monument that is located in Sanur Village. The Besakih Temple complex is built pursuant to cosmos balance. It is based on the nature conception which is disseminating the fundamental temple complex that is arranged to pursuant of the way direction. So, this building can deputize nature as symbolic of the world balance existence.

As we familiarize, that the point direction way like East, South, West, North, and middle as center point and each direction is named by Mandala. In Hindu philosophy, Panca Dewata is manifestation of Siwa God. Like Penataran Agung Temple as center, we find in its courtyard conception show the solidarity conception between the original Indonesia culture namely tradition megalithic in form of Punden Berundak-undak with the Hinduism concept. The ancient omissions which is existing in Besakih Temple complex can be classified into 2 types those are omission pertained by megalithic tradition and classic era. Besakih Temple beside as the altar for Hindu people in Bali, it is also as tourist destination which is a lot of visited by tourists.

Kerta Gosa Ancient Justice Court Palace

Bali Kerta Gosa located in Klungkung Regency and use a s justice court palace long time ago. As the former kingdom, if reasonable Klungkung has many a time this is a tourism object. One of them is the Taman Gili in Kerta Gosa, cultural heritage Semarapura Klungkung Palace. Kerta Gosa is a building (bale), which is part of the building complex Semarapura Palace and was built around 1686 by peletak basis of power and the first holder of the throne that is the kingdom of Klungkung Ida I Dewa Agung Jambe.

Structure Kerta Gosa Building

Kerta Gosa consists of two buildings (bale), namely akerta Gosa Bale and Bale Kambang. Bale Kambang called because the building is surrounded by a pond that is Gili Park. The uniqueness Kerta Gosa with Bale Kambang this is surface on the ceiling or roof bale is decorated with traditional painting style of Kamasan (a village in Klungkung) or style of puppet that is very popular in the community Bali. Initially, the paintings that decorate the ceiling are made of cloth and parba. New since 1930 is replaced and created at the top of the plasterboard direstorasi ago according to the original image is still intact and up to now. Cultural heritage as Kingdom Semarapura, Gosa and Kerta Bale Kambang enabled to judge the matter and the religious ceremony that is especially yadnya cut teeth (mepandes) like children king.

Function Kerta Gosa

Function of the two buildings is closely related to the function of education through the paintings that were presented at the puppet ceiling buildings. The paintings are a series of stories that take on the key themes, namely Swargarokanaparwa and parwa Bima Swarga a guide punishment Karma Phala (result of the good-bad deeds performed during a human lifetime) and the re-incarnation into the world because of the deeds and sin - sin. Because no one said that if the psychological, theme paintings decorate the ceiling Kerta Gosa building load values education mental and spiritual. Painting is divided into a row of six terraced.

Story of Painting at Kerta Gosa Building

Bottom row illustrates the themes derived from Tantri Story. Suite second from the bottom illustrates the theme of the story. Bimaswarga in Swargarakanaparwa. Catenarian next theme Bagawan Kasyapa story. Fourth row to take a theme that is characteristic Palalindon or meaning and the meaning of the occurrence of earthquakes in mythologist. Continuation of the story is taken from the theme Bimaswarga painted on the fifth row that is located almost on the cone-shaped roof building. In the last row or the sixth place by a description of the life of Nirwana. In addition to the building ceiling Kerta Gosa, puppet paintings also decorate the ceiling in the west that is Kerta Gosa Bale Kambang. On the palate this painting Bale Kambang puppet who comes to take the themes from the story of Kakawin Ramayana and Sutasoma.

Salt Maker / Manufacture

The Balinese tradition of salt farming dates back almost a thousand years, but has only recently gained recognition from fascinated tourists and salt connoisseurs. Both tourists and consumers are willing to pay for natural sea salt which is harvested from the top surface of crystallized, unspoiled, sea water by the small farmers of Kusamba village, a Balinese traditional fishing village.
Many generations have benefited from Kusamba’s unique geographical location, using their conventional method of harvesting, to produce natural salt with a truly distinctive texture and subtle flavour. Salt farmers live together in modest huts on the beach displaying the strength required to persevere under these difficult conditions. This could be the last generation of salt farmers on Bali.

East Bali provides as much for visitors as any of Bali’s other regions. The south coast is home to the popular seaside resort town of Candidasa and several ferries to Lombok at Padang Bai. The great Mount Agung (Bali’s highest volcano) looms large over the whole of east Bali and hosts the holiest of temples, Pura Besakih. Travelling further east, a popular and ever charming stretch of coast takes you through beautiful Amed.
Kusamba beach is located around seven kilometers east of Semarapura (City of Klungkung), where farmers harvest natural sea salt under the swaying coconut palms. If you decide to visit Candidasa, you will certainly pass Kusamba from Denpasar on your way to Klungkung. You can see the small salt-making huts and coconut-drying trunks from the road. Dozens of farmers scratch the black sand, which is scattered with seaweed, while others are busy transferring sand to the old huts along the shore.

Gua Lawah Temple

Gua Lawah or Bat Cave is one of favorite places of interest in Bali and it is located near of hilly bank so it is called reef of Middle hill. This cave is located in Pasinggahan countryside, Dawan sub district, Klungkung Regency, east part of Bali and about 1,5 hours from Denpasar Town. There is a nature cave dwelt by thousands of tail bat located at north side from Jeroan/center of Gua Lawah Temple. Meanwhile the main road from Klungkung to Amlapura is just in front of the temple. This cave is apposite to the beautiful beach with black sand along the coastal area.

Function of Goa Lawah Temple :
  • Based on Papyrus of Kusuma Dewa, it is Giha Lawah, a palace from Basuki God
  • Based on Papyrus of Padma Bhuwana is explaining that in accordance to holy letter title Pentameter Aksara
  • The structure of Gua Lawah Temple building is based on the temple building from Ista Dewata in particular of Padmasana which is located in front of Siwa Cave as power of entire universe potency
  • Based on Lontar Babad Dalem is implying that Gua Lawah Temple as a good place to execute the Tirtha Yatra or Nyegara Gunung (meditation), because in this place there are nature potency of solidarity that is mount, the sea, goad an watu or petrify
Temple Festival :
Temple festival at Gua Lawah is basically divided into 2 types that is Piodalan ceremony, and Ngusaba ceremony. On this event, many Hindu people from entire of the island come and pray. Gua Lawah is a Place Of Interest In Bali and opened for visitors who wish to see the temple closely. 


Rp 600.000/car


Price Includes

Car park IDR 2.000


Private Car (Full AC)

English Speaking Driver

Price Excludes

Parking Fee up to IDR 5.000

Entrance Ticket

Tipping Driver

Mineral Water



Tour Guide