Private Bali Tour: Tanah Lot Sunset & Balinese Dance
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Pick Up In the hotel :
In the afternoon visit Puri Anom Tabanan following visit the traditional market. Afterthat doing a balinese dance lesson. Enjoy the snack with tea or coffe. At the end visit Tanah Lot temple to see the sunset.
During the tour you will see:
•Guest arrival at Bencingah Puri Anom and do visit the traditional market by walking take time approx. 10 minutes from Bencingah Puri Anom and do the visit approximately 1 hour, after visit market guest back to Puri Anom and to make it look like come to other venue, we will use another gate for entrance after from visit market and guest do visit puri with assisting by the royal family.After do the visit, the guest enjoy our welcome drink and going to the venue activity and take a rest with enjoy the snack with tea or coffee, meanwhile enjoy coffee, the guest available to take some picture or do some conversation with the royal family and say good bye.End of the journey will be at Tanah Lot Temple enjoy the great sunset.
•Tanah Lot Temple is one of Bali’s most important landmarks, famed for its unique offshore setting and sunset backdrops. An ancient Hindu shrine perched on top of an outcrop amidst constantly crashing waves; Tanah Lot Temple is simply among Bali’s not-to-be-missed icons. The onshore site is dotted with smaller shrines alongside visitors’ leisure facilities that comprise restaurants, shops and a cultural park presenting regular dance performances.
Good to know before you go:
•Don’t forget your camera for the spectacular spots in the tour
• Most of the attractions provide sarong free of charge for the time of the visit or max 10k IDR for the rental.
•I suggest to buy one on the way, its useful in the future on the beach or any other temples to enter.
•Cover your knees and shoulders in the temples
•Always carry a bit of cash with you. It will come handy when you decide to buy a coconut, grilled corn on the cob or a sarong on the beach or before the temple. Tipping the staff at the hotel, spa and restaurant is also usually done in cash.
•Be prepared for waterfalls visits if you would like to swim take some towels with you.
•IF the trip includes trekking, then wear some comfortable shoes or sandals, but in Indonesia flip-flops are also great.