Half Day Adventures

We provide a variety of Bali Adventures for travelers to enjoy the Island of the Gods and its beautiful surroundings.


Half day tours (5 hours) at US$50 for a group max 4 persons.

The price includes: Car, Petrol & Tour guide, Insurance, Taxes. The price excludes: Lunch and Entrance fees.           
Extra hour: US$5 per hour.



Ubud is a picturesque centre in the hills surrounded by rice paddies. It is home to a lot of artists and at the central market you will find many arts for sale as well as at the various  galleries. There are a lot of restaurants, shops and beauty parlors Ubud market is divided in two parts: the traditional market, located on the west of the art market, sells daily food and opens earlier. At the art market you will find various paintings, handicrafts, arts and textiles.


The monkeys within the Sacred Monkey Forest are commonly called
long-tailed macaques (Macaca fascicularis). In Bali we have
the Balinese long-tailed macaque. Some have little to no contact with
humans, whilst others have contact with humans on a regular basis. Caution
is needed to protect cameras and personal belongings.


It has a beautiful view over coconut trees and a small river valley. Tegallalang is well known as a handicrafts center, its products going to wholesalers and exports. Along the road you will see a lot of shops selling a variety of designed woodcarvings colourfully painted.



Tirta Gangga literally means water from the Ganges and it is a site of some reverance for the Hindu Balinese. Strictly, the name refers to the water palace built here in 1946 by the King of Karangasem. It is though widely used to refer to the general area which includes the water palace and some particularly stunning rural areas around.


Tenganan is one of the oldest Balinese Traditional Village located in
Karangasem Regency, east part of Bali. It owns very unique local community
life pattern which is one example of Bali Aga Village cultures (Hindu Prehistoric)
and different with other country sides in the plains of Bali. It demonstrates many
long established customs including traditional ikat weavings (and the rare double ikat) and other handicrafts which are available for sale.



It is set in two hectares of landscapes garden with several lilly ponds, 2000 tropical plants and 50 palm varieties. Also the place to see a bird show where hornbills and macaws fly over  and occasionally the White  American Pelican wiggles across one of the fields.


Bali Orchid Garden is located along side of By Pass Ngurah Rai, Tohpati about 1 minutes from Sanur and easily reachable from Padang Bai. A tropical garden of vast varieties orchids will give you a relaxing atmosphere.


The Kungkung Palace is a historical building complex situated in Semarapura (Klungkung). The palace  (Puri) was erected at the end of the 17th   century. Within the old palace compound is also a floating pavilion, Bale Kambing, which was added in the 1940s.

There are a lot of other places around Padang Bai worth a visit.
Pick your choice and we will tailor make the trip for you.

•     Candi Dasa village hosts a small temple, beach activities and an orchid garden. The garden has colourful orchids and other flowers surrounding spacious cages holding beautiful tropical birds. A unique project which observes the breeding of seahorses is also worth a visit.

•    Visit Jembatan Senang, a preschool for mentally handicapped children in Samuh Village near Candi Dasa.  They are always looking for professional help, particularly in speech therapy.
Contact: 0812 36196617 for more information.

•    Amlapura, the district capital, is the  located about 15km from Candi Dasa hosts a colorful market every morning selling spices, fruit, fish and clothes.  The Puri Agung Karangasem Palace is located in the centre of Amlapura and is a unique combination of Balinese, Chinese and European architecture.

•    West of Amlapura is the traditional village of Budakeling known for its highly qualified and creative goldsmiths. Here you can buy their products or have designs made to order.

•    Visit the fascinating Goa Lawah or Bat Cave which is home to thousands of bats believed to protect Bali from evil spirits.

•    Explore  Klungkung Palace and floating pavilion  created in 17th century and employ a guide to explain the magnificent murals depicting Ramayana scenes.

•    Explore the rice terraces and gardens surrounding Klungkung and Sideman, to the west.

•    Sideman village is an idyllic place spread out over three separate river valleys. Watch talented women creating beautiful woven ikat sarongs and fabrics on traditional looms.

•    Hire a motor bike and guide from Absolute Scuba resort and ride through small villages on the many unexplored roads in Central Bali.

•    Travel to Sebatu village and visit the coffee plantation. Enjoy the taste of the famous Kopi Luwak, hot chocolate and delicious teas.

•    For a tasty appetizing lunch enjoy the beautiful surrounds of Bebek Tepi Sawah restaurant on Goa Gajah Road, near Ubud. Take a tour around the local galleries.

•    Furthe north is the Yeh Mempeh Waterfall in the village Les, one of the three highest waterfalls in Bali.

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