Denpasar city (the capital city of Bali) has their own unique tour inside the Denpasar town with all its local society activities. City tour is one of the short tours in Bali which take around 4-5 hours. The tour will bring you to unique places like traditional market where you can see the local community perform their activities in the market. Some other places of interest are also visited on this tour like :
• Badung Traditional Market
• Jagatnatha Temple
• Bali Museum
• Bali Struggle Monument, Bajra Sandhi
|Bali Bird Park |
See the largest and finest collection of almost 1000 birds and almost 2000 tropical plants from Indonesia, Asia, Europe, Australia, Africa, South America and other part of the world.
|Bali Safari & Marine Park |
Home of hundreds amazing, rare and endangered animals. Get more excitement by riding elephant around Savannah, or watch the Animal Parade Show, Balinese dance, Barong performance, Educational Corner program, and don't forget to watch the Bali Agung Theatre.
|Bali Zoo |
It's a perfect wildlife conservatory and home to the finest collection of Indonesian and other countries exotiq animals.
|Wanara Wana Forest (Monkey Forest) |
Nestled between the village of Nyuh Kuning and Padang Tegal in Ubud. Watch out for local monkeys, as they have been known to steal food and belongings of visitors.
|Tirta Empul Temple |
Known as a holy Geyser, the water is used for more than 30 functions, such as: cleansing the body, removing evil temptation, ceremonies and rituals, and many more.
|Mount Kawi |
Mount Kawi means carving in the mountain. It's the monument of King Udayana and his son. When arrived, you may see the Vihara Buddhist monastery, and feel like getting back to 11th of century.
|Goa Gajah Temple |
Located at Bedulu village, 26 km from Denpasar, see the ruins of Balinese palace complex, complete with a huge cave for hermitage.
|Taro Elephant Park |
Two experiences in one! See the wonderful Balinese village of Taro from top of elephant's back. Taro is located in the village of Tegallalang District in Gianyar regency.