Things You Can Do Here
- See the colorful, traditional culture of Bali with the eerie Barong Dance performance.
- Take a closer look at local craftsmanship with a visit to the wood, gold, silver handcrafted jewelry at the Celuk & Mas village.
- Enjoy a local lunch with a view of Bali’s volcanic Mount Batur.
- Walk into the Gunung Kawi Royal Monument and be a witness to its impressive royal tombs and caves.
- End your Best of Bali’s Kintamani + Barong + Tegalalang tour with the most spectacular of Bali’s iconic rice terrace views in Tegalalang.
- Enjoy all this with a return transfer to your hotel.
- Alternatively, if nature is what you are after you may also join the Kintamani Paddy Field + Waterfall tour.
Mount Batur Bali
- Mt. Batur 1,717 meters above sea levelm is one of the region’s most active volcanoes.
- It is located in the highlands of Kintamani, 2 h 13 min (78.8 km) away from Kuta.
- The first documented eruption of Mount Batur was in 1804. The latest eruption was in 2000.
- Hiking the mountain means wee hours journey. A tour normally starts around 2.30am from Ubud
- It usually takes about 2 hours to make to the top of Mt. Batur. The hike is almost entirely uphill over jagged volcanic rocks.
- Although the morning trekking is usually chilly, you are suggested to bring your sunscreen and hat for the trek down.
- The climb is moderately difficult hike suitable for those with at least an average fitness level.
Tegallalang Rice Terraces in Bali
- The Tegallalang Rice Terraces is located in Ubud, 41 km or 1 hour 40 minutes north of Kuta.
- Most of local Balinese in Ubud works traditionally as farmers, specializes on hill area rice farming.
- Ubud has three location to see captivating rice terraced landscape, but Tegallalang stand as the most famous one.
- The area is known for its beautiful scenes of rice paddies terrace built using ancient subak irrigation and plantation technique.
- Nearby the rice terrace is a small village of Pakudui, a craftsman’s village famous for its sculptures.