Hi, I am trying to put together a reasonably comprehensive itinerary for myself and extended family. We will all be in Bali for a family wedding and staying for about 2 weeks. The majority of us have been before, so I'm not really interested in Kuta, Legian, or Denpasar, although I'm sure they'll be revisited at some point. What I am interested in is a series of day trips, no overnighters. Insight and suggestions on logical route progressions and time allowances would be much appreciated.
So, here goes.
Tohpati-weaving & batik
Batubalan-Barong & Kris dance
Celuk-silver & gold
Sebatu-holy spring temple and bathing
Trunyan Village-see Burial traditions and traditional salt making process.
Ubud-Royal Palace, Markets, Galleries, Sacred Monkey Forest.
Return to accommodations via Tampaksiring-Tirta Empul and Goa Gajah.
Klungkung-Palace of Justice
Lake Bratan-Ulan Danu, Botanical Gardens, Buddhist Monastery
Candikuning-Flower & Fruit market
Banjar Hot Springs
Lovina- Bull race on friday at 4pm
Tanah Lot and markets
Uluwatu-temple and Garuda Wisnu statue
Any other suggestions are welcome.
I would do a cooking class, we did Bumbu Bali which is located in Tajung Benoa. If you are staying close to here they will collect you from your hotel otherwise the other pick up point is at the McDonalds at Jimbaran. The course includes a trip to the market to buy the food, back to bumbu bali for breakfast, cooking and then eating lunch. The reason I enjoyed it was that it was not all cooking, they did most of the cooking but you got involved. The food was fantastic and was well worth the money.
?I also did one in ubud at Casa Luna, same thing, mostly spectator sport, but did ahve an interesting time. I still need to know whether the time I have allowed to do all these things is realistic. I think I may be cramming too much.
Going to Candidasa - eat at Vincents.
Also in the area: Tenganan Village - a must stop
I hope you are using a driver/guide, not just a driver who drops you off. We have used Merta for the last 3 years, he has been great and we highly recommed him.
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