This tour will give you a different experience and initially will take you to a flat rice field country. The first stop is Taman Ayun, the Royal Temple of Mengwi. This temple complex dates back to 1634 and surrounded by a moat and has multiroofed shrines and intricately carved wooden gate. Our journey continues to Pacung while we enjoy the spectacular surrounding view.
In the mountines the vegetation will change and you will see cabbages, maize, potatoes, chili and carrots being grown. Next stop is The Ulun Danu Temple, the delightful small temple on the lake which was dedicated to Dewi Danu as Goddess of water.
Before having lunch at Pacung, we will get a view from the top to see the beautiful scenery of Twin Lake. Driving down we will visit Jati Luwih’s huge rice terraces with mountains as background.
Last stop is Tanah Lot Temple, one of Bali’s most famous temples. This 16th century temple is built on black lava rock 200 metres off shore. Tide permitting, you can walk across the beach to the temple. Best moment to visit Tanah Lot is during sunset.