Bali Half Day Tour


The Bali Half Day Tour is a must-try experience for travelers who want to explore Bali’s most scenic spots in a short amount of time. This tour offers a five option list for you. The tour typically lasts around 5-6 hours, and it covers several major attractions. Visitors will get to enjoy the stunning natural beauty of Bali’s landscapes and immerse themselves in the local culture by visiting ancient temples, traditional villages, and local markets. Additionally, the tour comes with an experienced local guide who will provide insightful information about the sights and answer any questions visitors may have. Travelers will come away with unforgettable memories of Bali’s rich cultural heritage and natural splendor.

  • Start from $35/car 1-5 person by destination and location
  • If more than 5 people, we count $10/person

Option Tour List

Option A - Ubud Shopping Tour

The Ubud shopping tour is perfect for those who love to shop and want to discover the traditional side of Bali’s shopping culture. With the guidance of attentive tour guides, your shopping experience will be fruitful and hassle-free.

Depart from the hotel at 8:30

Option A - Itinerary

Tohpati Village, which is  a village that is often referred to as a warehouse for Balinese batik. Here we will se how the craftsmen make woven and written batik using traditional methods.

Celuk Village is famous for its gold and silver crafts, in Celuk Village you will see various collections of gold and silver crafts from the cheapest to the most expensive prices

Batuan Village is one of the villages of traditional-style painting artists who are very famous in the eyes of the world.

Mas Village is the village of sculptors, who are well known in the eyes of the world and this village, we will see the works of sculpture artists in a gallery.

Option B - Tanah Lout Tour

Tanah Lot tour allows visitors to explore the temple and learn about the history of the area while enjoying the beautiful scenery around. The temple is situated on a large rock formation believed to have been shaped by the sea’s tides over time. During high tide, the temple appears to be floating in the middle of the ocean, creating a unique and awe-inspiring sight. Visitors can also see the traditional Balinese architecture of the temple and the intricate stone carvings and sculptures. The area around the temple is also home to local markets, restaurants, and accommodations for tourists to enjoy.

you will picked up by our driver to the hotel at 14:00
Option C - Kecak dance & Dinner jimbaran tour

Kecak dance is a traditional Balinese dance that incorporates vocal chants and movements to tell a story. The dance is performed by a group of men who sit in a circle while chanting in unison, creating a mesmerizing rhythm. One popular place to watch the Kecak dance is at sunset on the cliffs at Uluwatu Temple in Bali.
After seeing the Kecak dance, many tourists choose to continue their evening with a dinner at Jimbaran Bay, which is known for its delicious seafood. The dinner involves sitting on the beach, with toes in the sand while feasting on grilled seafood such as prawns, squid, fish, and lobster, all freshly caught from the bay. The dinner is often accompanied by live music or entertainment, making it a perfect way to end an evening in Bali. The Kecak dance and dinner Jimbaran tour is a popular way to experience Bali’s culture and cuisine, and is a must-do for any first-time visitor.

This event start at 15:00 PM and be picked up at the hotel

A tour that combines visits to Tanjung Benoa and GWK Cultural Park provides an excellent opportunity for visitors to experience the natural beauty and rich culture of Bali. The tour usually includes hotel pick-up and drop-off, transportation, and the services of a knowledgeable guide. Visitors can take part in many activities at Tanjung Benoa while learning about Balinese culture and history at GWK Cultural Park.

08:00 AM (UBUD AREA)
OPTION e - Tirta empul holy water and coffee plantation

Tirta Empul is a holy water temple located near Ubud, Bali. It is a popular destination for both tourists and locals. Tirta Empul’s holy water is believed to have cleansing and healing properties. Visitors are allowed to bathe in the spring pool and perform traditional purification rituals to cleanse themselves of negative energy and impurities.
On the other hand, Bali is also known for its coffee plantations. One of the popular coffee plantations is Bali Pulina. Bali Pulina offers visitors a chance to see how coffee is made from start to finish and enjoy a cup of Bali’s famous Kopi Luwak. This type of coffee is brewed from the beans of coffee berries which have been eaten and excreted by the Asian palm civet.
Both Tirta Empul and coffee plantations offer unique experiences for visitors. Tourists can take a break from the hustle and bustle of Bali’s cities and indulge in Bali’s rich cultural and natural heritage.

09:00 AM (UBUD AREA)

All Options is Included & Excluded

What to Bring

If more than 6 hours, you are get charged an additional 8$ / hours


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