I wish to travel to Denpasar (Bali), Kuta and Ubud (Bali) on my 8-10 days tour to Indonesia in the month of January. I am travelling with my friends. I am interested in Adventure Sports, Beaches, City Life, Heritage, Mountains, Nature and Wildlife. I am looking for economy hotel with US$ 30 per night and should be in city center. Can you also arrange a direct flight for me in economy class starting from Mumbai. I would like to cover my trip in a chauffeur driven. Please suggest me popular cities, untouched cities.

asked on 22 Sep 2016
Shirish Chintan Riten Dedhia Saiya Gala
India
Interest: Nature, Mountains, Adventure Sports, Heritage, Beaches, Wild Life, City Life
Priya
Travel Expert
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Hi
Bali is one of the popular tourist destinations in the world and it is also awarded as the as the world best island which makes it a must visit one in a lifetime. I would try my best to create a suitable travel plan for Bali and Kuta for you so that you return with many good memories with you.

Bali

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Bali is the most popular island holiday destination in the Indonesian archipelago, with good reason. But I would not recommend visiting Bali in the month of December due to heavy rainfall. December’s weather in Bali will really take things up a notch as the monsoon season sets in. The rain is frequent and comes in short, heavy, often excessive bursts that can last anywhere between a few minutes to a few days.
 
But if you are really willing to visit then I would suggest the below mentioned itinerary that is sans Denpasar as it is just the commercial centre of Bali and hasn’t got much to experience.  Bali offers a fine combination of sandy beaches and rolling surf, an ancient culture known for its warm hospitality, and exotic temples and palaces set against stunning natural backdrops. I would try my best to create a suitable travel plan for you so that you return with many good memories with you.

Basic Travelling Details

Flights
There are many flight options available as per your trip, but I would suggest you to travel via Malindo Air. The total budget of your flights from Mumbai to Denpasar (Bali) and return ticket from Denpasar to Mumbai will cost 30, 352 INR per person. 
 
Flights Schedule
Flight 1
The flight from Mumbai to Denpasar will have a flight change at KUL Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The flight no. 216 of Malindo Air will take off from Mumbai at 23:40 hours and will land in Kuala Lumpur at 07:15 hours. After waiting for nine hours and forty minutes the flight no. 308 of the same airlines will take off at 16:55 hours from Kuala Lumpur and will land in Denpasar at 20:00 hours
 
Flight 2
The return flight from Denpasar to Mumbai will also have a flight change at KUL Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The flight no. 307 of Malindo Air will take off from Denpasar at 20:50 hours and will land in Kuala Lumpur at 23:55 hours. After waiting for twenty hours and twenty-five minutes the flight no. 215 of the same airlines will take off at 20:20 hours from Kuala Lumpur and will land in Mumbai at 22:50 hours

Time Difference

Bali is 2 hours and 30 minutes ahead of India.

Currency

The currency of Bali is Indonesian Rupiah (IDR)
 
1 IDR= 0.00466 INR
 
1 INR= 210.893 IDR

Ubud


Day 1

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Start your holiday in Ubud. Here you will find yourself immersed in authentic Balinese culture and stunning landscapes.
 
 
There are many hotel options in Ubud that includes Uma Ubud, Ubud View Bungalows and for more options you can visit here.
 
The itinerary should include Goa Gajah ‘Elephant Cave’,  Ubud Monkey Forest,  Tegallalang Rice Terraces and Puri Saren Royal Palace

Goa Gajah ‘Elephant Cave’

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Goa Gajah is one of the island’s most impressive archaeological sites, located south of the Bedulu village, a region famous for its collection of historical sites. The temple complex is within a six-kilometre drive south of central Ubud and an hour’s drive northeast from the provincial capital of Denpasar. Down a flight of stairs, you will discover a relic-filled courtyard and the main 11th century ‘cave’ in which you can enter to view rock-wall carvings and a meditational site, while out on the perimeter are a Hindu temple and an impressive bathing pool with fountains, excavated back in 1954.

Ubud Monkey Forest

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Ubud Monkey Forest is one of Bali’s several grey long-tailed macaque-inhabited forests, and perhaps the best known among the rest due to its community-based management, location and ease of access. It lies on the fringes of the Ubud main centre, and is overseen by the Padangtegal village. Also known as the Sacred Monkey Forest of Padangtegal, and by its official designation as Mandala Wisata Wenara Wana,  Ubud Monkey Forest is a place of scientific research as well as a site of spiritual and cultural aspects with temples sanctified by the local villagers deep within its grounds.

Tegallalang Rice Terraces

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Bali’s traditional, centuries-old cooperative irrigational system known as ‘Subak’ has created among the most beautiful terraced landscapes in Southeast Asia. Several minutes’ drive north of the main Ubud centre is the cool upland area of Tegallalang, which has become famous for its scenic stopover where travellers to the northern region drop by for snapshots and souvenirs. The latter is provided by the many souvenir stalls that line the ledge. Another highlight nearby is the quaint village of Pakudui, where you can find an extraordinary variety of ornamental woodwork and various carvings. Amongst the many carved mythical figures the Garuda seems to be majestically ever present amongst the creations.

Puri Saren Royal Palace

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The Ubud Royal Palace is one of the most prominent places in Ubud, as it is smack-dab on the main Jalan Raya Ubud road and intersection. The palace can also be regarded as the focal landmark of UbudUbud palace was built during the lordship of the late Ida Tjokorda Putu Kandel (1800-1823), and is well-kept by his successive heirs. A visit to the Puri Saren is on many of the itineraries to the Ubud area. It has well-preserved Balinese architecture and charming garden settings, and is best known among lovers of Balinese arts as one of the main sites to view dramatic evening dance performances.
 
Don’t forget to try Indian food at Queens Of India, it is just 20 minutes’ walk from the Palce.
 
With this you can call it a day and head back to your hotel for a nice sleep.

Day 2

On this day you can cover Blanco Renaissance Museum and Gunung Lebah Temple

Blanco Renaissance Museum

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Blanco Renaissance Museum is an unofficial landmark in Ubud, the house and studio of the late flamboyant Philippine-born maestro, Don Antonio Blanco. Located on a hilltop overlooking the lush valley of Campuhan, it houses paintings, collages and illustrated poetry, together with lithographic artworks of his favourite subject: nude Balinese women. The private residence and lavish studio has guided tours of the facility, with the artist’s family members hosting you if you’re lucky. The thought-provoking collections, lush garden surroundings and a fine restaurant established in the name of the artist’s late wife and muse all provide a great stopover on your trips to Ubud.

Gunung Lebah Temple

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Pura Gunung Lebah is in 1.5 km from Ubud market to the west. It is in the joined valley in Cerik river and Wos river while it faces Tjampihan. Gnung Lebah mean "Small hill" in an Indonesian language. This temple is very quiet. Pura Gunung Lebah is a temple that became Ubud birthplace with the history. Pura Gunung Lebah built by high priest Rsi Markendya in java in 8th century.
 
With this you can call it a day and head back to your hotel.

Day 3

On this day you can go for Kintamani Tour. 

Kintamani Tour

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Kintamani is one of the most scenic and interesting areas of Bali. A massive volcano 30, 000 years ago created 3-kilometre-wide caldera. Now Lake Batur fills half of the ancient caldera and the active Volcano Mount Batur occupies the other half. The area of north-eastern Bali at the Mount Batur caldera, and which encompasses Penelokan, Toya Bungkah, Batur, Kedisan, Abung, Songan and Kintamani villages, is known widely as just Kintamani. Kintamani, Batur and Penelokan villages sit on the rim of the huge Batur caldera about 1, 500m above sea level, and offer dramatic views of the active volcano Mount Batur and serene Lake Batur. Toyo Bungkah village is down at the lake edge.
 
As well as the lake and the volcano, Kintamani is home to Pura Ulun Danu Batur, one of Bali's key nine directional temples.
 
With this you can call it a day and head back to your hotel.

Day 4

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Start off slowly and then wander around the streets of Seminyak and find some amazing bargains,  Jalan Raya is the perfect place to shop for souvenirs, clothing and handicrafts stopping to sip coffee and sample some of the local delicacies along the way.
 
Make sure you take your swimming gear and a good book and when tired of all the shopping pleasures retire quietly to the beach and swim, tan and get some real R and R.
 
In the evening head to Ku De Ta to watch the sunset and enjoy an amazing cocktail in one of the world's most beautiful beach bars.

Day 5

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Head to Geger Beach in Nusa Dua where you can watch the farmers collecting seaweed early in the morning.
 
Experience a little adventure in your life and take a hot air balloon ride in the Bali Eye where you can see the beautiful Bali coastline from the sky.
 
Head the beautiful Desa Seni Village in Canggu, an incredible property where you can have lunch, wander the beautiful gardens and find your inner strength in an amazing yoga class.

Day 6

On this day you can take a tour to Kuta.

Kuta

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Kuta is a beach and resort area in the south of the island of Bali, Indonesia. One of Bali's first tourist developments, it's best known for its Indian Ocean surfing and party-centric atmosphere. Kuta's long, consistent waves make it a popular surf spot, particularly for beginners, and plenty of outfitters offer board rentals and surf lessons. 
 
In the evening head down to check out the exciting night life and pumping clubs fully refreshed.

Day 7

On this day, I would suggest heading to the north of Bali and see something truly different. Drive up to the North coast and also visit Tanah Lot, Temples of Tamaran Ayu and the Gigit Waterfalls to Lovina.

Tanah Lot

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Tanah Lot is a rock formation off the Indonesian island of Bali. It is home to the pilgrimage temple Pura Tanah Lot a popular tourist and cultural icon for photography and general exoticism.

Lovina

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Lovina is a beautiful black sand beach and is famous for dolphins! Spend the afternoon on the beach relaxing and watching the fishing boats coming in and out of the local harbour.

Temples of Tamaran Ayu

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Taman Ayun Temple is a landmark in the village of Mengwi, Badung regency, located 17 km northwest of Denpasar. This temple complex boasts magnificent traditional architectural features throughout its courtyards and enclosures as well as expansive garden landscapes comprised of lotus and fish ponds.
 
With this you can call it a day and head back to your hotel.

Day 8

For the last day I would suggest you can go to Bali safari and Marine Park.

Bali safari and Marine Park

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Enjoy the best safari experience in Bali at the home of hundreds of amazing animals representing over 60 species, including some rare and endangered species such as the Komodo, Orang Utan, and the Bali Mynah.
 
At Bali Safari amp Marine Park, you can choose to enjoy your safari journey from the elephant back with our Elephant Back Safari, interact with your favorite animal up close at the Animal Encounter space, experience the wildest fine dining moment surrounded by lions, meerkats, and porcupines at the Tsavo Lion restaurant, and unwind with the spectacular show of Bali Agung at our state of art theater in the park, Bali Theater or make your own big splash at our Water Park and Fun Zone.
 
Bali Safari amp Marine Park, as part of Taman Safari Indonesia, and a member of WAZA (The World Associations of Zoo and Aquariums), SEAZA (The South East Asians Zoo Associations), CBSG (Conservations Breeding Specialist Group) as well as PKBSI (Indonesia Zoological Parks Associations) is  at the frontline of wildlife conservation in Indonesia and is actively involved in ensuring the future survival and wellbeing of many Indonesian animal species through engaging education and conservation programs such as the conservation and release of Bali Mynah, Sumatran Elephant, and Sumatran Tiger.
 
With this you can call it a day and head back to your hotel as the next day you got your return flight.

Day 9

This is the last day of your tour and if time permits you can head for a spa treatment. Make sure you pack all your belongings carefully and reach airport three hours’ prior your flight timings.
 
The return flight from Denpasar to Mumbai will also have a flight change at KUL Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The flight no. 307 of Malindo Air will take off from Denpasar at 20:50 hours and will land in Kuala Lumpur at 23:55 hours. After waiting for twenty hours and twenty-five minutes the flight no. 215 of the same airlines will take off at 20:20 hours from Kuala Lumpur and will land in Mumbai at 22:50 hours
 
I hope the destinations mentioned, according to your interest will lead to a memorable trip. I wish you return with the most exciting experience and memories of your life. 
 
Have a wonderful trip!
 
Ridhima Arora

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Planned on: 18 02 2018

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Planned on: 05 02 2018

Cities Covered: Kuta
Travellers: 2 Adult / 0 Kids
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