In this Tanah Lot + Tegallalang + Sukawati Bali Tour, you'll get to the best and most iconic places there is in Bali.
Tanah Lot Bali
Tanah Lot is a Hindu temple 1 hour ( 22 km ) away from Kuta.
Meaning the "Land in the Sea" in the Balinese language, the Tanah Lot Sea Temple is one of Bali's 6 key temples, believed to protect the island from evil spirit.
The temple (or Pura) is also Bali's most picturesque, a photographic icon and is in the bucket list of most first time travellers to the island.
Locals belived that venomous sea snakes and a giant snake live in the base of the rocky island, to guard the temple from evil spirits and intruders.
A third of Tanah Lot's rock is actually man-made artificial rocks, created using a Japanese government fund.
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.
Sukawati Market Bali
The Sukawati Market Bali is located in Gianyar, 27 km or 1 hour north of Kuta.
Known by the locals as Pasar Seni Sukawati, is Bali's most famous and long-standing art market.
The price of arts and crafts in this market is said to be better than the Ubud market, and bargaining is normal.
Most of the crafts on offers are typical Bali paintings, wood carvings, silvers and souvenirs you can find across the entire island. But there's also some high-end, more valuable items for the those into collecting.