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4 Days 3 Nights - Bali

Welcome to Bali - Ngurah Rai Airport
Day 1 - Bali
  • Meet upon arrival in Ngurah Rai Airport, Bali.
  • Transfer to hotel by local representative.

A Common Sight in Bali-Terraced Rice Fields
Pick your choice of Seasport Activities

Relax with Spa-FREE!!
Day 2 - Tanjung Benoa - Ubud Handicraft Village
  • After breakfast, proceed to Tanjung Benoa to enjoy the exciting seasport activities such as Para Sailing, Jet Ski, Banana boat and etc. at your own expenses.
  • Then you will continue visit to Ubud, which is the center for the development of modern, unique and beautiful Balinese oil painting. It's a quiet place surrounded by beautiful scenery and an artists' colony.
  • Enjoy a FREE 30-minutes spa which include a foot bath and a Balinese massage at either Bali Wiss Spa or Bali Wisata Spa Centre.

Day 3 - Free & Easy
  • After breakfast, you are free at your own leisure. Roam around the beautiful Bali.
Rest at the many huts in Tanjung Benoa

Enjoy the Balinese Massage
Choose one of the oil paintings sold in Ubud Day 4 - Ngurah Rai Airport Transfer
  • After breakfast, transfer to Ngurah Rai Airport for your flight back.
Shop till you drop in Ubud

   Bali is one of thousands of Indonesian Islands, at the east end of Java. Paradise is a simile to Bali where anyone who have been there will definitely suggest you to endulge yourself with its combination of friendly, hospitable people, a magnificently visual culture infused with spirituality and spectacular beaches with great surfing and diving. Bali is a pocket of Hindu religion and culture despite the largely Muslim Indonesia. Balinese life is connected with Hindu in every aspect, but but the most visible signs are the tiny offerings, Sesajen of flowers, glutinous rice and salt in little bamboo leaf trays, found in every Balinese house, restaurant, souvenir stall and airport check-in desk. They are set out and sprinkled with holy water no less then three times a day, before every meal. Bali culture is famous for its dances, the Barongan or Lion Dance, a ritual dance depicting the fight between good and evil, with performers wearing fearsome lion-like masks and Kecak or Monkey Dance, where about 250 dancers circling a perfomer in the center who acts out a spiritual dance.
   Festivals in Bali are one of must-see activities, however their dates are determined by local calendar. Two of the most significant ones are Galungan, a 10-day festival celebrating the death of the tyrant Mayadenawa and Nyepi, also known as the Day of Absolute Silence, absolutely everything (including electricity!) on the island is shut down and tourists are confined to their hotel rooms. This is the Hindu New Year when on this day they are supposed to fool all evil spirits that no one is actually on Bali. Hence the absolute silence. If this is achieved, it is believed that the evil spirits will go elsewhere and leave Bali alone for another year.
   Join our tour to exotic Bali and experience vast variety of tourist attractions; countless Hindu Temples, Amusement Parks, Monuments, Hot Springs and Spa Resorts. Get your hands on some sports and adventure too while you are there.