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Visit : 2N Kuta – 2N Gili Island – 2N Ubud
Denpasar International Airport
3 Hours Before Flight Time
Welcome to Indonesia. Arrive at Denpasar airport and transfer to hotel for check in at hotel. Overnight stay in Kuta Bali.
After breakfast, proceed for full day tour with Benoa water sports including 1 x round of Banana boat, Parasailing, and Jet Ski. Later in the evening proceed for Uluwatu sunset temple Tour including Kecak dance. Uluwatu Temple, or Pura Luhur Uluwatu, one of six key temples believed to be Bali’s spiritual pillars, is renowned for its magnificent location, perched on top of a steep cliff approximately 70 metres above sea level. This temple also shares the splendid sunset backdrops as that of Tanah Lot Temple, another important sea temple located in the island’s western shores. Post sunset witness the Kecak and Fire Dance – Completely dramatic. Originally from Ramayana this show depicts the famous ‘Lanka Dahan’ episode wherein Hanumana sets fire to the kingdom of Ravana. The enthralling ‘kecak, kecak’ chant is the USP. Catch some live pictures with the amazing characters of the show. Overnight stay in Bali. Overnight stay in Kuta Bali.
Today after breakfast check out from hotel & transfer to Gili Island by speedboat. Arrive & check in at hotel. Overnight stay in Gili
Spend your full day at beautiful beaches of Gili Islands. Overnight stay in Gili.
After breakfast check & transfer to Ubud Bali. Arrive & check in at hotel. Rest of the day is at leisure. Overnight stay in Ubud Bali.
Morning is free for leisure. Later in the evening proceed to enjoy 2 Hours of Authentic Balinese Massage followed by Romantic Sunset Dinner Cruise by Bounty. Spa is a unique place for relaxation in Bali. Spa is the meaning of queen in Balinese or Indonesian. Try the taste of natural traditional Balinese treatment in Bali. There’s no better way to spend a balmy tropical evening than on a beautiful evening Dinner Cruise. As the sun goes down you set off on a relaxing cruise around the harbour. Take in the cool night air on the top deck, be entertained by live musical entertainers at the bridge deck, savor a delicious international buffet dinner, then dance the night away at the disco or enjoy our live cabaret onboard. Overnight stay in Ubud Bali.
After breakfast it’s time to check out. Transfer to the airport for your onward flight or back home.
Wet season: October–April
Dry season: May–September
Best time to go: May–August
INR 1 = Rp 190++ (rates may vary)
ATMs dispense Rp 50,000 or Rp 100,000 bills. If you’re using foreign bank cards, Visa or Mastercard, withdrawal fees can be quite high. Beware of skimmers and rigged units. Remember to take your money and ATM card after each transaction.
It’s best to change your money at a bank. If you have to use a standalone currency exchange booth, always check your notes before leaving. Even if the signage says ‘Authorized’, scams are quite frequent in Bali.
You can bargain at most stalls and art markets in Bali. Items sold at shopping malls and brand outlets usually have fixed prices, except during promotional sales.
Tipping isn’t mandatory since prices are subject to 10% government tax and up to 11% service charge. You can choose to tip 5 – 10% of the bill as a token of appreciation.
SIM cards are widely available at kiosks and convenience stores. Verify SIM and micro-SIM factors upon purchasing.
Temples are generally free to visit, though a donation box is available at the entrance. Must-wear on temple visits: a sarong (usually with a sash around your waist), which you can rent for about Rp 10,000. Always use your right hand for gesturing. Using your left hand or feet is considered rude.
Tap water is not drinkable in Bali. Ice served in drinks at established bars, hotels and restaurants are usually safe.
The penalty for using drugs is death.
Wear minimum accessories when visiting Bali’s monkey forests. Don’t feed or approach the wild monkeys as they can be rather unpredictable.
In case of emergencies, dial 110 for police and 118 for ambulance.