The unique and mesmerising island of Bali lets you enjoy a range of thrilling adventure activities at its numerous beaches.

Day 1

After reaching Bali, you will be received by our tour representatives to be taken to your hotel, where you can have your lunch in peace.
Your first stop for the day will be Uluwatu Temple, located on towering cliffs overlooking the sea. Grand celebrations are held at the temple every six months per Balinese customs.
Devotees believe the temple is protected by divine powers, thereby saving the shoreline beneath the cliff from erosion.
Proceed to Jimbaran Beach, where you can relish a delicious seafood dinner before returning to the hotel and retiring for the night.

Day 2

Begin your second day with a visit to Batubulan village, where you can witness numerous traditional art forms and cultural shows, including the iconic Balinese dance drama of Barong and Keris.
After this, head to Ubud to experience the local arts and crafts created by expert craftsmen, where you can purchase souvenirs and gifts.
Proceed to the district of Kintamani, where the active volcano of Mount Batur lies, and then to Tampaksiring Palace to marvel at Pura Tirta Empul, a Hindu water temple.
Get back to your hotel for dinner and get some restful sleep.

Day 3

After breakfast in Bali, head to the airport to board your flight to Jakarta.
Our local representatives will transfer you to the hotel.
Head over to Sunda Kelapa Harbour, located in the northern part of Jakarta.
The next stop is the historic preservation site of Fatahillah Square, situated at the center of Jakarta Old Town.
The Puppet Museum is a unique concept, displaying puppets from characters across China, Indonesia, India, Vietnam, Cambodia, and Europe.
End the day by visiting the National Monument, also known as Monas, an obelisk in the middle of Merdeka Square in Central Jakarta.

Day 4

The 4th day, you will visit Taman Mini, a significant point of Indonesia’s rich natural and cultural diversity.
Situated in East Jakarta, it contains 26 replicas of traditional houses of chieftains related to Indonesian history.
Sprawling over 250 acres, you can find several flora and fauna parks, museums, performing theatres, accommodation facilities, and an Imax theatre.

Day 5

After breakfast, visit a market of your choice, such as the modern and eclectic Pasar Santa or the Tanah Abang Market, the largest textile market in Southeast Asia.
Post a round of shopping, you will be transferred to the airport, from where you can board your flight.

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