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Explore Bali’s Jatiluwih Rice Terrace with Our Volkswagen Tour Package

Jatiluwih Rice Terrace

Duration

10 hours

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

Unlimited

Languages

English

Overview

Introduction to Bali Volkswagen Safari Tour

Bali Volkswagen Safari Tour is an interesting sightseeing tour that lets you explore the best of Bali’s beautiful scenery in a classic Volkswagen Safari car. We offer special tour packages that take you to the island’s greatest destinations, making your Bali holiday truly unforgettable. Driving a Volkswagen Safari car with an open roof, enjoying the fresh air and sunshine, will make your trip feel relaxed and enjoyable. We have selected the best Volkswagen cars for your comfort, and have conducted a test drive to ensure that they are in top condition. You can trust that our classic Volkswagen cars will provide you with a comfortable ride. Our professional tour driver will accompany you as you journey through the forests, countryside, hills, and rice fields, making sure that your trip is amazing and memorable.

Taman Ayun Temple

Our Bali Volkswagen Tour will begin by picking you up at the lobby of your hotel, villa, or residence. The first tourist spot on the itinerary is Taman Ayun Temple, located in Mengwi Village, Badung Regency, Bali. The temple area boasts unique Balinese architecture, which is the main attraction for visitors. Taman Ayun translates to “beautiful garden” in Indonesian, and this is evident in the neatly arranged and stunning gardens surrounding the temple. In addition to the gardens, there are also ponds filled with lotus flowers that surround the entire temple area. To enter the temple area from the vehicle parking lot, visitors must cross a bridge to reach the entrance. It is said that in the royal era, the ponds were used by the royal family for recreation with small boats. However, currently, there is a fence around the pool area, and visitors are prohibited from entering the pool area.

Bali Coffee Plantation

After visiting Taman Ayun Temple, our tour driver will take you to your next destination: the Bali Coffee Plantation in the Baturiti Village area of Tabanan Regency. Luwak coffee lovers can see the free-roaming herds chewing coffee beans on bushes or trees, and some caged ones too. The relaxed attitude of these creatures in their daily life may explain why Kopi Luwak tastes so delicious. The plantation also processes coffee into various flavors, including vanilla, coconut, mocha, and ginseng, with prices ranging from Rp. 30,000 to Rp. 50,000 per glass. Visitors who prefer their coffee unsweetened can try the Coconut Coffee, which has an exotic aroma and a perfect blend of bitter coffee and sweet coconut. Visitors can learn about coffee processing techniques used at the plantation while enjoying coffee with views of the green hills.

Ulun Danu Bratan Bedugul Temple

One of the interesting tourist attractions located on the edge of Lake Bratan is the Ulun Danu Bratan Bedugul temple. The temple sits in the middle of the lake, making its location unique. During high water levels, the Ulun Danu Bratan Bedugul temple appears to be floating on the the lake water surface. Bali has many famous tourist spots, such as the Tanah Lot tourist spot, Kuta beach, and the Luhur Uluwatu temple, but the Ulun Danu Bratan Bedugul temple is always considered an icon of Bali tourism. The Ulun Danu Bratan Bedugul temple building has a Balinese architecture that features a terraced roof and a tower with roofs of 11 levels, 7 levels, and 3 levels. The tower represents the Balinese Hindus’ belief in three gods, namely Lord Vishnu (11 levels), Lord Brahma (7 levels), and Lord Shiva (3 levels).

Ulun Danu Batur Temple

Ulun Danu Batur Temple is also located in Kintamani, Bangli district, besides the shores of Lake Beratan Bedugul. Note that the two temples with similar names are in different tourist sites and offer different attractions to avoid confusion. Tourists love taking photos with the lake’s temple as the background at Lake Beratan Bedugul. Taking photos without someone else in the background can be challenging due to the spot’s popularity. To avoid the crowds, it’s best to come early. The most captivating sight to behold is the mist that appears and disappears over the surface of the lake. When the mist descends, it covers the temple area and the view of the lake and hills. Apart from taking photos, many tourists rent speed boats to explore the lake up close and enjoy the breathtaking scenery. BSpeedboat riders should be cautious of the lake’s up to 23 meter depth.

Jatiluwih Rice Terrace

The Bali Volkswagen tour will continue with a visit to Jatiluwih Rice Terrace, a perfect destination for those seeking a break from the hustle and bustle of urban life. Jatiluwih rice terrace is a must-visit in central Bali, a UNESCO world heritage site since 2012. Vast and uniquely shaped terraced rice fields greet tourists arriving at the Jatiluwih rice field area. The scenery is breathtaking, with thousands of hectares of rice fields stretching from the hilly area to the valley area. In addition, the air around the rice fields is fresh and cool, providing a pleasant escape from the heat. The natural beauty of the Jatiluwih rice terrace makes it one of the most popular tourist spots in Bali. Jatiluwih Village is located in the Penebel area, Tabanan Regency, and is adjacent to Mount Batu Karu, known for its panoramic views of terraced rice fields. Rice terraces, which are famous throughout Bali, cover the majority of the area. Jatiluwih has Bali’s largest area of terraced rice fields – around 636 hectares.
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Itinerary

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08.30 - Pick-Up at the Hotel

Meet your tour driver with Volkswagen Safari Car at the hotel lobby.

10.00 - Visit Taman Ayun Temple
 10.00 - Visit Taman Ayun Temple

Taman Ayun Temple is a Hindu temple located in the village of Mengwi, about 17 kilometers northwest of Denpasar, Bali. Here are some interesting facts about Taman Ayun Temple:

History - Taman Ayun Temple was built in the 17th century by the King of Mengwi, I Gusti Agung Putu. It was designed as a royal family temple and a place of worship for the ancestors of the Mengwi dynasty.

Architecture - Taman Ayun Temple features traditional Balinese temple architecture, with a series of courtyards and multi-tiered shrines surrounded by a moat and beautiful gardens.

Purpose - Taman Ayun Temple is a place of worship for the local community, and it is also a popular destination for tourists who come to admire its beauty and spiritual significance.

UNESCO - Taman Ayun Temple was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2012, as part of the "Cultural Landscape of Bali Province: the Subak System as a Manifestation of the Tri Hita Karana Philosophy" designation.

Festivals - Taman Ayun Temple is known for its colorful festivals, which are held throughout the year to honor the deities and celebrate important events in Balinese culture.

Ornate Gateways - The temple is entered through ornate gateways, known as candi bentar, which are decorated with intricate carvings and statues.

Dress Code - Visitors to Taman Ayun Temple are required to dress modestly and cover their shoulders and knees. Sarongs and sashes can be rented at the entrance if needed.

Taman Ayun Temple is an important cultural and religious site in Bali, and it is visited by thousands of tourists each year who come to experience its beauty and spiritual significance.

11.30 - Visit Coffee Plantation
11.30 - Visit Coffee Plantation

Bali is famous for its coffee plantations, particularly for the production of the world-renowned "Kopi Luwak" or civet coffee. Here are some interesting things to know about Bali's coffee plantations:

Coffee varieties - Bali produces a variety of coffee types, including Arabica, Robusta, and the unique "Kopi Luwak."

Coffee-making process - Visitors can learn about the coffee-making process, from the picking and roasting of the beans to the brewing and tasting of the finished product.

Tasting sessions - Bali's coffee plantations offer visitors the opportunity to taste a variety of coffee blends, including the famous "Kopi Luwak."

Scenic surroundings - Many of Bali's coffee plantations are located in scenic areas, offering stunning views of the surrounding rice paddies and jungle.

Traditional methods - Some coffee plantations still use traditional methods of coffee production, such as roasting the beans over an open fire or grinding them by hand.

Educational experience - A visit to a coffee plantation is a great educational experience, where visitors can learn about the history and cultural significance of coffee in Bali.

Sustainable farming - Many coffee plantations in Bali are committed to sustainable farming practices, using organic and eco-friendly methods to produce their coffee.

Overall, a visit to a Bali coffee plantation is a must for coffee lovers and those interested in learning about the island's culture and traditions.

13.00 - Visit Ulun Danu Temple
13.00 - Visit Ulun Danu Temple

Ulundanu Beratan Temple, also known as Pura Ulun Danu Bratan, is a beautiful temple located on the shores of Lake Beratan in the Bedugul area of Bali. Here are some interesting things to know about Ulundanu Lake Temple:

Stunning location - The temple is situated on the shores of Lake Beratan, which is surrounded by misty mountains and lush green forests, making it a beautiful and tranquil location.

Hindu temple - Ulundanu Lake Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to the goddess of the lake, Ida Batari Dewi Ulun Danu. It is an important place of worship for Balinese Hindus.

Unique architecture - The temple features unique Balinese architecture, with multi-tiered shrines and pagodas surrounded by a serene and calming water garden.

Water rituals - As a temple dedicated to the goddess of the lake, water rituals are an important part of the temple ceremonies. Visitors can often see offerings being made on the water as part of these rituals.

Tourist attraction - Ulundanu Lake Temple is a popular tourist attraction in Bali, attracting visitors from all over the world who come to admire its beauty and learn about Balinese Hindu culture.

Water sports - Lake Beratan is also a popular spot for water sports like canoeing, fishing, and boating, providing additional activities for visitors to enjoy.

Scenic drive - Getting to Ulundanu Lake Temple involves a scenic drive through the mountains and forests of central Bali, making the journey just as enjoyable as the destination.

Overall, Ulundanu Lake Temple is a must-visit destination for anyone visiting Bali. Its stunning location, unique architecture, and cultural significance make it a truly special place to visit.

14.00 - Have Lunch
14.00 - Have Lunch

Enjoy local food with delicious spices for your lunch.

15.00 - Visit Jatiluwih Rice Terrace
15.00 - Visit Jatiluwih Rice Terrace

Jatiluwih Rice Terrace is one of the most beautiful and scenic rice terraces in Bali, located in the Tabanan regency. Here are some interesting things to know about Jatiluwih Rice Terrace:

UNESCO World Heritage Site - Jatiluwih Rice Terrace was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2012, recognizing its cultural and natural significance.

Stunning views - The rice terrace offers breathtaking views of Bali's lush green rice paddies and is surrounded by beautiful mountains.

Traditional farming methods - The rice terraces are still farmed using traditional Balinese methods, including the use of a complex irrigation system known as Subak.

Hiking trails - Visitors can explore the rice terrace on foot by following a network of hiking trails that wind through the paddies, allowing them to get up close and personal with the stunning scenery.

Educational opportunities - Jatiluwih Rice Terrace offers visitors the opportunity to learn about traditional Balinese farming methods and the unique irrigation system used to cultivate the rice.

Sustainable tourism - The rice terrace has implemented sustainable tourism practices to minimize the impact of visitors on the environment and the local community.

Authentic local cuisine - There are several restaurants in the area that serve authentic Balinese cuisine made with fresh ingredients from the rice terrace.

Overall, Jatiluwih Rice Terrace is a must-visit destination for anyone traveling to Bali. Its stunning scenery, cultural significance, and educational opportunities make it a unique and memorable experience.

16.15 - Back to your Hotel

18.00 - Arrive at your Hotel

Included/Excluded

  • Private Volks Wagon Safari Car
  • English Speaking tour driver
  • Patrol/Gasoline
  • Lunch
  • Entrance Ticket to all from the basic site
  • Bottle of water
  • snack
  • Beer
  • Clothes
  • Additional Services

Tour's Location

Jatiluwih Rice Terrace

Notes


  • Please let us know if you want to combine the activities

  • The Package price will be charge per person

  • Get the special price for group booking

  • The price is inclusive/packages price

  • Private Tours means no other participants will be sharing the car/minibus, just you and your companion

  • The Tour will assisted by English Speaking Tours Driver

  • Please let us know if you need a private tour guide

  • The price already includes 21% Government tax and services

  • Payment in cash can be made when you start, or at the end of the trip each day to our driver

  • Bank transfer/credit card payment must be done in advance

  • Payment with other currencies will be converted based on daily exchange rate

Area Covered For Pick-Up


  • Ngurah Rai Airport, Kuta, Legian, Seminyak, Canggu, Jimbaran, Nusadua, Benoa, Sanur, Denpasar, Ubud.

  • Please contact us, if you stay in different area covered for pick up

How To Book Our Tour


  • Please fill up the Tour Inquiry form provided

  • We will reply as soon as possible after receiving your Tour Inquiry

  • If there is a problem with our booking system, we provide alternative contact for reservations or bookings to our email at info@balitourvoyage.com or WhatsApp Us : +6281805671909

IDR 850,000 /person

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