Holy Water Temple Blessing Tour

A gurgling sound of water with beautiful nature, fresh air for your soul, and delicious food. No wonder, Bali is your answer if you find those three combination and it will bring back your spirit. Bali has a lot of temples, delicious food, and wonderful scenery.This type of tour will bring you to different experiences of Bali. We will go to a beautiful temple for praying, then we will taste delicious food and drink. We believe that pray leads you to get peacefulness and food brings you to the pleasure of taste. Pray and eat are perfect combination to indulge in Bali nature. The highlight of this tour:

UBUD PALACE
It is an Ubud Kingdom Palace with beautiful Balinese traditional houses as a residence of Ubud King. It is set in the center of Ubud Bali with traditional art market just in front of it and it is found by Ida Tjokorda Putu Kandel who has commanded from year 1800 – 1823. This palace is an artistic cultural life center, while the traditional market is the symbol of local economics resident. The existence of Puri Saren as a palace is equipped by a Wantilan/auditorium that is a large building of meeting room and a banyan tree as shelter place at the daytime.

BABI GULING (Suckling Pig) LUNCH
Babi Guling or suckling pig, is one of Bali’s most famed dishes. The pig is stuffed and infused with a spicy concoction typically involving turmeric, coriander seeds, lemongrass, black pepper and garlic, and traditionally spit-roasted. It’s also available at a range of warungs where locals flock for a quick lunch or dinner.

TIRTA EMPUL HOLY SPRING WATER TEMPLE
Tirta Empul Temple bequeathed to the people by ancient Rajadom is perhaps one of the most fascinating spot in the area. On the west side of this temple, high on the hill could be found a Presidential Palace that was built during Soekarno’s time. The name of Tirta Empul is loaded in a inscription which is kept at Sakenan Temple, Manukaya village, Sub district of Tampak Siring, about 3 km from Tirta Empul Temple. In this inscription, the Tirta Empul is named by the Tirta Ri Air Hampul and then the name has changed into Tirta Hampul and finally become the Tirta Empul. Tirta Ri air hampul is meaning the water emerge or the holy pool (Petirthan) which is the water emerge from the land. The main attraction here is a long rectangular pool carved of stone, filled with koi and fed by the sacred spring via 12 fountains. Worshippers first make an offering at the temple, then climb into the main pool to bathe and pray. Many collect the holy water in bottles to take home.

COFFEE LUWAK MAKING PROCESS
It is a coffee, cocoa and tea plantation in Ubud – Bali. The island is apparently famous for its excellent coffee especially Coffee Luwak which is mainly produced in the Indonesian Archipelago.This coffee is made from the beans of coffee berries which have been eaten by Luwak the Asian Palm Civet (Paradoxurus hermaphroditus) and other related civets, then passed through its digestive tract. Then in their digestive tracts, fermentation occurs. The coffee beans finish the journey by passing through civets’ intestines and defecate. After that, farmers will collect the still-intact beans from the forest floor followed by cleaning, roasting and grounding process just like any other coffee. You will be showed the process of making of at there. Tasting for all coffee, tea and cocoa drinks are including, except for Coffee Luwak which costs Rp.50,000, equivalent to USD 3.95 for a small little cup.

Price: IDR 650,000 / USD 50 /pax
Pick up time:
08.30 am
Duration: approx 08 hours

Tour Includes:

  • Hotel return transfer/pick up and drop off (Seminyak, Legian, Kuta, Tuban, Jimbaran, Sanur, Ubud, Tanjung Benoa, Nusa Dua area)
  • Super comfort and fully air-conditioned car
  • Private Touring
  • Experienced English speaking driver
  • Fabulous Babi Guling (Suckling Pig) Lunch
  • All entrance as per itinerary
  • All local taxes
  • Fuel Surcharge
  • Parking fee

 

Tour Excludes: any optional/personal expenses

Note: a minimum of 02 people per booking/tour is required.

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