Gunung Kawi & Tirtha Empul Tour

 

Barong & Rangda Dance

Duration: one day (approx 10hours)
Pick up time:
8.30am
Distance:
95 km

Private tour :
IDR 500K /person for (2-4pax)
IDR 450K /person for (5-7pax)
IDR 400K /Person for (8-12pax)

Inclusion : New Comfortable Car, Petrol, Entrance Fee Tickets, Parking Fees, Mineral Water, Speaking English Driver, Umbrellas, Sarong to Visit the Temple.

Exclude : Meals and private expenses

 

Places to Visit:

  • BARONG AND RANGDA DANCE
    Barong is probably the most well known dance. It is also another story telling dance, narrating the fight between good and evil. This dance is the classic example of Balinese way of acting out mythology, resulting in myth and history being blended into one reality. The story goes that Rangda, the mother of Erlangga, the King of Bali in the tenth century, was condemned by Erlangga’s father because she practiced black magic.
  • ELEPHANT CAVE TEMPLE
    At the farade of the cave is a relief of various menacing creatures and demons carved right into the rock at the cave entrance. The primary figure was once thought to be an elephant, hence the nickname Elephant Cave. The site is mentioned in the Javanese poem Desawarnana written in 1365. An extensive bathing place on the site was not excavated until the 1950s. These appear to have been built to ward off evil spirits.
  • GUNUNG KAWI TEMPLE
    Gunung Kawi is an 11th-century temple complex in Tampaksiring north east of Ubud in Bali, Indonesia. It is located on the river Pakrisan.The complex comprises 10 rock-cut candi (shrines) carved into the cliff face. They stand in 7-metre-high (23 ft) sheltered niches cut into the sheer cliff face. These monuments are thought to be dedicated to King Anak Wungsu of the Udayana dynasty and his favourite queens.
  • TIRTHA EMPUL TAMPAKSIRING
    Pura Tirta Empul is the temple of Tampak Siring , built around a sacred spring. Tampak Siring is an inscription dates the spring all the way back to 926AD; and there are fine carvings and Garudas on the courtyard buildings. The temple and its two bathing spots have been used by the Balinese for over a thousand years for good health and prosperity; as the spring water really does have the power to cure. Regular purification ceremonies also take place here.
  • TEGENUNGAN WATERFALL
    Tegenungan waterfall Located at Tegenungan Village, approx. 5 kilometres, south Tengkulak Kaja, south east Ubud. Bali has a selection of waterfalls that are fun to visit. For many people the idea of hiking through the jungle to a hidden waterfall and taking a cooling swim is the image of paradise. These places definitely exist and here are some useful tips of how to find them and what to expect. Waterfalls are sharp drops along the course of a river. You will often have to hike up or down a river for a certain way to get to a waterfall, but the river provides a route for you to follow.

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