THE ISLAND OF the GODS
Located at the highest and most sacred part of Mount Lempuyang in Karangasem, Pura Lehur Lempuyang is the most unique collection of temples in Indonesia. These temples are considered one of the six holiest worshiping places of Balinese Hindus and one of eight special temples in all. These eight temples represent each of the eight cardinal directions in Bali. Visit Pura Luhur Lempuyang for its history and beauty, as the stunning views of Mount Agung and its surrounding area.
The cliffsides of Uluwatu are famously known as the best place to experience Bali's kecak fire dance at sunset.The performance is based on the Ramayana Hindu story and is marked by the ritualistic chanting and trance dancing. Enjoy the sacred Uluwatu temple, as well as the resident monkeys, all while watching a traditional Hindu story come to life.
Surrounded by rice fields and mountain views, Mount Agung is home to the largest and most important temple in Balinese culture, Pura Besakih. This is a Balinese Historical temple experience you don’t want to miss.
Many will recognize the iconic image of Pura Tanah Lot, a Balinese temple built on a rock, facing the open ocean. Designed as a sacred place to worship the sea god, one must walk through tide water and onto shallow rocks to enter this sea temple. Enjoy this ancient temple amid crashing waves and the golden colors of the sunset.
The Goa Gajah ‘Elephant Cave’ is an archaeological site on the cool western borders of Bedulu Village, 6 km out of central Ubud.
Learn to make all of your new favorite Balinese recipes in a private cooking class. Make authentic Balinese dishes using traditional tools, methods, and ingredients. Enjoy the fruits of your labors as you share the food you have prepared and learnBalinese food and meal customs. Take your recipes home and make them your new family favorites.