UBUD KINTAMANI TOUR
Ubud Kintamani Tour is the best Bali One Day Tour Package in Bali Islands to enjoy Visiting interest places at Ubud Village and continue to Kintamani for enjoy the beautiful view of Mount Batur Volcano. This Ubud Kintamani Tour will visit places of interest in Bali like watching traditional Barong and Keris Dance performance is balinese dance story about battle good and evil, then the tour continue to visit Celuk Village is traditional village for gold and silver handicraft, then tour will visit Batuan Village is a traditional balinese village with beautiful fine art, then tour continue to visit the Tirta Empul Temple or most known as a Holy Spring Temple, a myth described if this temple was build by God Indra for protect the village from the arrogant King Maya Denawa, then ubud and kintamani volcano tour will visit the Kintamani village to see the breathtaking view of mount batur volcano, is a mountain tourism object for see the view of mount batur and lake batur view, and you will having lunch in Kintamani, while having lunch you can admire the beauty of the mount batur volcano and the lake batur from the restaurant. After lunch we will visit beautiful Rice Terrace at Tegallalang village, take picture as many as you like with back ground the ubud tegalalang rice terrace, and then tour continue to visit Ubud Monkey Forest in the center of ubud town is small forest and conservation by dwelt with some group of monkeys and other tropical animals, is great moment to encounter with funny animal, after that we back to your hotel with bring a wonderful memory during this Full Day Ubud Village and Kintamani Volcano Tour. Enjoy this Ubud Kintamani Tour with our Bali Tours Driver Service during your holiday in Bali and below is a short description about the place of interest you will visit during Ubud and Kintamani Tour.
Places of Interest Will Be Visit During Bali Ubud Village and Kintamani Volcano Tour :
Barong and Keris Dance Performance (Trance Dance)
Barong is a character in the
mythology of Bali. He is the king of the spirits, leader of the hosts of good,
and enemy of Rangda in the mythological traditions of Bali. Banas Pati Rajah is
the fourth "brother" or spirit child that accompanies a child
throughout life. Banas Pati Rajah is the spirit which animates Barong. A
protector spirit, he is often represented by a lion, and traditional
performances of his struggles against Rangda are popular parts of Balinese
culture. The Barong Dance is often portraited with two monkeys
The Barong is the magical protector of Balinese villages. As & lord of the forest with fantastic fanged mask and long mane, he is the opponent of Rangda the witch, who rules over the spirits of darkness, in the never ending fight between good and evil. During the Galungan Kuningan festivals, the Barong (there are many types, including barong ket, barong macan, and barong bangkal) wanders from door to door (nglawang) cleansing the territory of evil influences.
Barong and Kris dance like the kecak dance the Barong and Kris dance is a battle between good and evil spirit. Barong can take various forms but in this dance he takes the form of the dance Barong Keket, the most holy of the Barongs. The Barong Keket is a strange creature, half shaggy dog, half lion and is played by two men in much the same way as a circus clown-horse. His opponent is the witch Rangda.
Batik & Hand Weaving - Tohpati Village
Tohpati Village lies in the eastern part of Denpasar
with famous of batik hand weaving center, is just about 12 kilometers from
Kuta. Batik is a traditional form of painting fabric. They painstakingly use
dots and lines from wax to decorate the cloth.
It is very impressive to watch. It would be impossible to visit or live in Indonesia and not be exposed to one of the country’s most highly developed art forms, batik. On your first visit to a batik home industry, you will undoubtedly experience an overwhelming stimulation of the senses – due to the many colors, patterns and the actual smell of batik. Only through repeated visits and a bit of study will the types of designs and their origins become apparent.
Evidence of early examples of batik have been found in the Far East, Middle East, Central Asia and India from over 2000 years ago. It is conceivable that these areas developed independently, without the influence from trade or cultural exchanges. However, it is more likely that the craft spread from Asia to the islands of the Malay Archipelago and west to the Middle East through the caravan route. Batik was practised in China as early as the Sui Dynasty (AD 581-618). These were silk batiks and these have also been discovered in Nara, Japan in the form of screens and ascribed to the Nara period (AD 710-794). It is probable that these were made by Chinese artists. They are decorated with trees, animals, flute players, hunting scenes and stylised mountains.
No evidence of very old cotton batiks have been found in India but frescoes in the Ajunta caves depict head wraps and garments which could well have been batiks. In Java and Bali temple ruins contain figures whose garments are patterned in a manner suggestive of batik. By 1677 there is evidence of a considerable export trade, mostly on silk from China to Java, Sumatra, Persia and Hindustan. In Egypt linen and occasionally woollen fabrics have been excavated bearing white patterns on a blue ground and are the oldest known and date from the 5th century A.D. They were made in Egypt, possibly Syria. In central Africa resist dyeing using cassava and rice paste has existed for centuries in the Yoruba tribe of Southern Nigeria and Senegal.
Indonesia, most particularly the island of Java, is the area where batik has reached the greatest peak of accomplishment. The Dutch brought Indonesian craftsmen to teach the craft to Dutch warders in several factories in Holland from 1835. The Swiss produced imitation batik in the early 1940s. A wax block form of printing was developed in Java using a cap.
By the early 1900s the Germans had developed mass production of batiks. There are many examples of this form of batik as well as hand-produced work in many parts of the world today. Computerisation of batik techniques is a very recent development.
Celuk Village For Traditional Gold and Silver Art
Celuk Village is formerly as a traditional
Balinese village located in the entrance gate of Gianyar Regency ad has changed
into a tourist attraction with its trademark in the form of gold and silver.
The village located in Sukawati District, Gianyar Regency has the uniqueness
and excellent in production of gold and silver handicrafts. Almost all the
families and villagers are Balinese who professional, skilled and art soul to develop
the creative design and variety of products related to the gold and silvers.
This craft village with long historical has been producing gold and silvers
that penetrating the local, national and international markets. Various type of
jewelry, either as souvenirs or export commodities are produced in this village
includes variation type of rings, necklaces, earrings, hairpins, brooch and
others. In addition to this, the artisans at Celuk Village are responding to
the market demands and also produce the modern products such as medal, models
and culture symbols.
In the history of gold and silver craft developments, the first step was initiated by the discovery of a family group who belong to Clan Pande. From these families, the gold and silver craft activities spread throughout the entire local communities in this village as a kind of major life gradually shifting their formerly life as the farmer. Around year 1970, it has been changed the community structure significantly at this village. The change was from the agrarian society to the industrial society. And even now, some of them have jumped into the structure of service economic by focusing to the tourism industry. The change was given the positive impact for the prosperity and welfare of the communities. Celuk Village, Kuta andUbud have been classified as the prosperous village category in Bali with high per capita income.
Celuk Village is strategically located within 10 kilometers from Denpasar City where this village situated in the tourist destination are with the high potential and variety of tourist who visit this place. The following neighbor village includes Batubulan Village famous with Barong Dance and stone carving, Singapadu Village famous with Bali Bird Park and Bali Zoo, Batuan Village famous with the traditional painting, Guang Village famous with the wood carving and Sukawati Village as a center of art and souvenir trading. We can discover the several of gold and silvers gallery along the main road in this village those are opened for tourists.
Potential Trading and Marketing
The creativities of Celuk Village’s craftsmen are not only in the local market trading. They are also the craftsmen and businessmen who take the advantage of promotional opportunities and big art festival level like Bali Art Festival, the exhibition in the big city like Jakarta and even they have been carrying out the international trading such as in Europe, Australia, Japan and America.
Best Time to Visit
As a tourist attraction village in south part of Bali Island, Celuk Village is many visited by tourists in the morning and afternoon time. The visit was carried out either at the beginning of tours or when the tourist back to the hotel after having the day tour.
Batuan Village for Traditional Painting Art
Ubud batuan village is traditional village
in Bali, located no so far from Ubud village. In this village is the famous
traditional art painting with cheap price and totally beautiful art work. Third
visit during the full day ubud tours is visit Batuan village to see process
making the traditional painting and see their collection, Batuan village is
always become magnet for those like the fine art, the style of traditional
painting in Batuan were often dark, crowded representations of either legendary
scenes or themes from daily life, freakish animal monsters, and witches
Balinese traditional painting
was restricted to ceremony aspect such as religious part, calendar and leather puppet (balinese: wayang). This periode was before 1920 and called as Kamasan orWayang Style. Wayang itself is two dimentional drawing that characterized an hindu-buddhism epic such as Mahabarata and Ramayana. The paintings were used on temple or palace as ornament. They ilustrated many stories about religion and bali life. Ussually it is a pieces of paintings that tell a stories. The name of kamasan style itself was take from the village name where it originated. The material used in kamasan style is also traditional material from mineral and vegetables or plant resources. Also they use white bone, soot, or stone. Bamboo used as tool to painting and the media ( canvas ) ussually traditional canvas from wood, tree leaf, or cloth. In 1920, there are western artist visited bali. This has change the rule on balinese art painting. An introduce of new canvas from western material, inks and paint, has change the style into modern art painting. The year has start a new way of balinese modern art painting. More artists come to bali has influence traditional style that was restricted to ceremony aspect.
Batuan village wasn't influenced by the western as they were in Ubud. The Batuan paintings were often dark, crowded representations of either legendary scenes or themes from daily life, freakish animal monsters, and witches accosted people. The Batuan Village paintings were gradations of black to white ink washes laid over most of the surface, so as to create an atmosphere of darkness and gloom. In the later years, the designs covered the entire space, which often contributed to the crowded nature of these Balinese paintings.
The Batuan Village artisans
Are known for their Balinese Artwork. Leading artists of the 1930s members of leading Brahman families, including Ida Bagus Made Togog, I Dewa Nyoman Mura (1877-1950) and I Dewa Putu Kebes (1874-1962), which were traditional Wayang-style Balinese painters for temples' ceremonial textiles.
Story Of Batuan Village Painting Art
For over a thousand years Batuan has been a village of Balinese Artwork and Bali handicrafts. Batuan village has a thousand year old history in accordance with the recorded history - begins in A.D. 1022, with an inscription that is housed in the main village temple, Pura Desa Batuan/Batuan Village Temple. In the Age of Warmadewa Dynasty in Bali, Desa Batuan / Batuan Village had to be there. Batuan village eventually came to be called Batuan, from the word of Batu / Rock, because - in that time - in this region is a rocky area (the famous Balinese sand stones are still produced here in northern of Batuan), then because of daily changes in the pronunciation then more popularly known as Batuan Village.
Bali Coffee Plantation is place where you
can witness the various of plantation such as coffee arabica, coffee robusta,
pineapple, balinesse snake fruit, and etc. experience to see how to make
Balinesse coffee, try the best of balinesse coffee or ginger tea with green
view river valley. They sell variety of theirs original Balinese coffee
products, herb oil and etc and see the civet cat the most expensive coffee
maker, wellknown as Luwak, its produce "Coffee Luwak" and the process
of the bean passing through the digestive tract of the civet chemically alters
the proteins in the Luwak coffee bean to yield more complex and smooth flavors,
not found in conventional coffees.
History of Coffee Luwak
Coffee Luwak has a unique history behind the legend. In the early 18th century the Dutch established coffee plantations on the volcanic islands of the Dutch East Indies. This Coffee Luwak Arabica coffee hails from the mystical island of Bali.
During the early years Dutch Coffe Plantation owners forbade the local natives from harvesting and brewing the coffee beans for their own consumption. The indigenous people, being resourceful, soon discovered that the asian palm civet, favored eating coffee beans. These Luwak beans were collected, washed, sun dried and then roasted to produce a coffee with a deep richness, minus the acidity. The process of the bean passing through the digestive tract of the civet chemically alters the proteins in the Kopi Luwak coffee bean to yield more complex and smooth flavors, not found in conventional coffees.
The resulting coffee is said to be like no other in the world (literally). It has a rich, heavy flavor with hints of caramel and/or chocolate. Other terms used to describe it are earthy, musty and exotic. The body can be syrupy and it's the smoothest coffee you will ever have.
One must wonder how this coffee came to be.
How was it discovered ?
Who thought of drinking coffee in which an animal would eat and then expel ?
There are many theories out there but personally this one is my favorite. It is theorized that local low income families and natives could not afford to purchase coffee since they barely had enough to survive. Therefore they picked up the Luwak's dropping and prepared them for roasting. Of course they were all well cleaned and proper steps were taken to make sure it was consumable
Guess what? . Now this coffee luwak is known as a worldwide delicacy.
Kintamani Village for Mount Batur Volcano and Lake Batur View.
Kintamani Village is a name of countryside
located in the hill and the beautiful panorama surround it. We can see
beautiful panorama from Kintamani Village to overview the active volcano of
Batur Mount and wide Lake of Batur in a valley. It is situated in the plateau
area with cool weather surround it. When we stand up at Kintamani, we will be
able to see the rural area which is close to the lake. Kintamani is the object
of mountain tourism is very unique and stunning, with cool air condition in the
daytime and cold at night. We can watch stunning natural scenery of Penelokan,
a combination of Mount Batur and the expanse of black rock with Lake Batur and
on a blue caldera.
Kintamani area is consisted of several village includes Kedisan, Buahan, Abang, Truyan, South Batur, Batur Center, North Batur, Sukawana and Kintamani Village. The size of this area is 160 km square. The population of this area is around 15 thousand people where most of them are farmers, merchants and rest work at tourism industry.
Batur Volcano and Lake
Mount Batur has erupted more less 24 times since 1800 and still active until now. Cause of this eruption, that made some effects to the local community who living in this area such as moving the temples, repairing the village and re-arrange the existing traditions. Batur Lake is the largest lake in Bali functioning as a source of irrigation for the farmer around it and Balinese people generally. There are many lodges and hotels have been built including restaurants located at Kintamani and Penelokan Village.
Batur Lake is a beautiful lake located in Bangli district where it is the largest lakes in Bali Island with panoramic view from the top hill village of Kintamani. It is a base of Caldera in the east and south east of Batur Mount which is resembles a crescent shape, with length approximately 7.5 km, width less than 2,5 km. The width of the lake water is about 16 km and it is set on 1031m above sea level with an estimated water depth of 70 m and contains the water above 815,38 million cubic meter. As to the other lakes in Bali such as Buyan and Tamblingan Lake, Batur Lake is also able to be enjoyed from the high place for example from Penelokan, so it looks very beautiful from a distance.
The villagers are located at the edge of Batur Lake in the present era include Songan village, Trunyan, Abang, Buahan, and Kedisan. Trunyan village is one of the areas of Wingkang Ranu village that is most visited by tourist from domestic either foreign tourist because of Its unique tradition and uniqueness in the burial of the body system.
Batur Lake Function
Hindu society has been functioning Mount and Lake Batur as a holy place because in the religious literatures such as the Usanga Bali, Raja Purana Ulundanu Batur and Padma Buana that Batur Mount and Lake is expressed as 'Linggih or Sthana (place) of Betarsi Dewi Danuh ( Danu Goddess ) or Betari Ulun Danu' as a power manifestation of the God Vishnu. It is also prevalent in the Lontar (palm leaves) named Sang Hyang Girinata and Sang Hyang Giriputri.
Ubud Tegallalang Rice Terrace
Ubud Tegalalang Rice Terrace is famous
tourist attraction for beautiful rice terraces, many tourists who travel to
Ubud stopped at this place to witness the beauty of the verdant terraced rice
field scenery or having lunch at the restaurant while enjoying the beautiful
scenery of terraced rice fields. Ubud Tegalalang Rice Terrace is one of the
tourist icon in Ubud Bali. The Ubud rice terrace is designed very beautiful
with exquisite hollowing rice field and precisely located on the hill bank. In
this place, you will see the Balinese farmer do their rice field in oblique
area complete with its system irrigation.
Nowadays, Tegalalang Village is become famous because of the beautiful rice terrace that the tourist to come and see this amazing panorama. The visitors who visit this village will discover the beautiful green rice terrace on the cliff bank and understanding how does the local farmer work on it hardly to make rice. It is a beautiful site that you must go and visit directly and you will be in real Balinese ambiance.
Tegalalang Rice Terrace is sometimes to be icon of agriculture tourism for Bali and Ubud where now it was quickly developing into famous tourist destination. Some of the souvenirs shops are spread out beside of road those are all handmade at this village for tourists consume and export purpose. From Ubud we just take 25 minutes away by vehicle accessing a good road until we found it.
Ubud Monkey Forest is dwelt by more than
200 monkeys belonging to long tailed monkey group in Latin language called
macaques or Macaca fascicularis that has the wide distribution area. Among the
number of monkeys, there are around 23 adult male monkeys, 79 adult female and
more than 98 were children. All monkeys in the forest are consisted of 3 groups
that occupying a certain area and use the certain place including the certain
time as well. When two groups are existing in one place at the same time, hence
the fight is difficult to be avoided. Those monkeys are believed by the local
societies as the holy monkeys that keep the temple and forest from the bad
There are three holy temples existing in this forest where all of those are predicted built in 14 century, in the beginning of Gelgel Dynasty. Dalem Agung Temple is located southwest of this forest become a main temple beside of the other two temples includes Pemandian Suci and Prajapati Temple. The other side, there are plenty of souvenir shops sell the variety of Balinese local souvenirs for tourists, the restaurants are not far from this forest and other tourist destinations such as Ubud Palace, Puri Lukisan Painting Museum, ARMA Painting Museum, Neka Painting Museum, Goa Gajah etc.
Orchid Garden Tour is one of the best Bali Activities Tour to see before to East Bali Tour, the garden lies within the green belt close to Sanur, Bali. The hectare of landscaped tropical gardens provides a peaceful, relaxing environment where exquisite orchids bloom throughout the year. The botanical garden is open for individual tourists, tour groups and private functions.
Within this relaxing tropical garden haven grow many different
tropical plants from Cordylines, Bromeliads, Heliconia, Aroids, Pitcher plants
(nepenthes) and many more from ndonesia and abroad.
One Day Ubud – Kintamani Tours Itinerary :
08:30 – Pick up at the hotel
Watching Barong and Keris and Dance Performance (Trance Dance)
Visit Batik & Hand Weaving - Tohpati Village
Visit Celuk Vilage for Traditional Gold and Silver Smith
Visit Batuan Village for Traditional Art Painting
Enjoy Lunch in Ubud
Visit Tirta Empul Temple (Holy Spring Temple)
Visit Coffee Plantation - Break Time
Visit Kintamani Village for Mount Batur Volcano View
Visit Ubud Tegallalang Rice Terrace
Visit Ubud Monkey Forest
Back to hotel
Arrive at hotel
One Day Ubud - Kintamani Tours Price :
We offer two price you can choose which is Regular Tours Price and Inclusive Tours Price,
Please see below the details of Ubud - Kintamani Tours Packages price :
Regular Tours Price :
USD 60/car ( 1 till 4 person included)
Inclusion : Private Car / Minibus + Petrol + English Speaking Driver
Note : Entrance fee and Lunch is not include in the price
USD 60/car ( 1 till 4 person included)
English Speaking Driver
Lunch Indonesian Food