Travel Package to Japan, Bali & Beyond

Journey to Japan for its unique blend of ancient traditions and modern innovation. Bali, on the other hand, offers a perfect tropical paradise with its pristine beaches, vibrant culture, lush landscapes, and a chance to immerse yourself in spiritual practices.

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What's Included in your Travel Package to Japan and Bali

  • 4-Nights Accommodation in Tokyo, Japan
  • 3-Nights Accommodation in Kyoto, Japan
  • 2-Nights Accommodation in Osaka, Japan
  • 1-Night Accommodation in Beppu, Japan
  • 1-Night Accommodation in Bangkok, Thailand
  • 9-Nights Accommodation on the Regent Seven Seas Explorer (Booked Separately)
  • 2-Nights Accommodation in Seminyak, Bali, Indonesia
  • 2-Nights Accommodation in Ubud, Bali, Indonesia
  • Private Transportation
  • Internal Flights
  • Tours and Attractions
  • 24/7/365 Support from your Travel Designer and our Team
  • All Journeys Customized to Your Wishes

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Your Travel Package to Japan and Bali Itinerary

Day 1-4 Tokyo, Japan

Tokyo, the bustling metropolis of Japan, captivates visitors with its vibrant energy, cutting-edge technology, and rich cultural heritage. This sprawling city, known for its futuristic skyscrapers and traditional temples, seamlessly blends ancient traditions with modern innovations. The streets of Tokyo are a constant flurry of activity, with neon-lit intersections, bustling shopping districts, and a diverse culinary scene that offers a tantalizing array of sushi, ramen, and other delectable delights. From exploring historic neighborhoods like Asakusa and Ueno to indulging in high-end shopping in Ginza or experiencing the vibrant nightlife of Shinjuku, Tokyo is a city that never fails to enthrall and inspire.

Accommodations: The Prince Gallery Tokyo Kioicho

A five-star travel experience with an unrivaled view awaits at The Prince Gallery Tokyo Kioicho, a Luxury Collection Hotel. Let us welcome you to Japan’s capital city with a seamless blend of historic elegance, modern style and exquisite service.

The moment you step into our soaring Sky Lobby, with its abundant natural light, you’ll know you’ve arrived somewhere special. Immaculately designed hotel rooms and suites feature unparalleled views of downtown Tokyo and modern technology such as free Wi-Fi, DVD players and tablet controls; Luxury Collection amenities in the bathroom elevate your stay. Our spa, indoor pool and heated public bath offer a restorative retreat, while our restaurants and bars serve a range of unique and flavorful options.

Activities in Tokyo, Japan

Private Tokyo tour with Guide and Driver

Your private guide will pick you up at the hotel this morning, and you will drive yourself to the Tsukiji morning market. One of the world’s biggest wholesale fish marketplaces, Tsukiji imports a variety of seafood from 60 nations across six continents. Visit a neighboring restaurant and sample some fresh sushi.

Next, we’ll have a leisurely stroll through the serene Hamarikyu Garden, a sizable landscaped park in the heart of Tokyo. As soon as we get to the pier, we’ll hop on a cruise boat and head down the Sumida River to Asakusa, where we’ll get a fresh look of Tokyo’s skyline and bridges. When we arrive in Asakusa, one of Tokyo’s oldest and best-preserved neighborhoods, we’ll travel along the Nakamise Dori merchant street to go to the Sensoji Temple, which is identified by its enormous lantern. 

After that, we visit the Ginza district, which is home to some of the most renowned firms in the nation, as well as a large number of brand stores, department stores, boutiques, pubs, and restaurants, to cap off the day. Ginza is known for having the most expensive real estate on Earth. 

Imperial Palace, Kiyosumi Garden, Ukiyo-e Museum

Meet your guide in the lobby of your hotel today as you begin your private tour.

  • Highlights:

The Imperial Palace’s East Gardens (Edo Castle Ruin) A morning stroll around the moats and stone walls of the Imperial Palace, which once stood where Edo Castle now stands. The 90 hectares of forest that make up the Imperial Palace serve as the city’s lung. Similar to how the Shogun enjoyed different flows over the years, you can do the same in the Imperial Palace’s East Garden.

Fish market in Tsukiji Tsukiji is a bustling food park and the ideal location to sample authentic Japanese food. The best and busiest place to buy fresh fish, vegetables, fruits, tea, dried fish, pickled vegetables, and kitchenware is Tsukiji Market. Before noon, there was a long line of visitors in front of sushi restaurants who wanted to immediately consume raw fish.

Akinori Teien Formerly owned by Yataro Iwasaki, the founder of Mitsubishi, Kiyosumi Garden is now a public park recognized by the Tokyo government as a place of scenic beauty. There are numerous stone bridges, stepping stones across ponds, and stones for a dried waterfall in the garden. They were gathered from all over the country by steamships controlled by the Iwasaki family business.

Tokyo National Museum Tour

You will delve deeply into Japanese culture and history under the direction of a scholar or specialist in Japanese art. The 1872 National Museum, which is situated in the lovely Ueno Park, is home to one of the biggest and most spectacular collections of artifacts, sculptures, and paintings associated with Asian art and archaeology, with a concentration on Japan. This exquisite collection illustrates the history of Japan via its art, from samurai swords to kimonos. Together, you’ll examine and talk about a few of the nation’s treasures, touching on some of the 110,000 unique objects that date from the earliest days of Japanese island civilization all the way up to the Edo era and the present.

Asakusa Tour: Explore Edo History and Senso-ji Temple

You will tour this fascinating neighborhood this afternoon with a local historian and Tokyo authority. It is located in the “low” part of the city, far from Tokyo’s glitzy business districts and lights. The Asakusa district, often known as the geisha district, was already established before the Tokugawa Shogunate ruled from Edo, what would eventually become Tokyo, in 1603.

As you stroll through this area that still hints at some of the essence of old Japan, your guide will talk about this national tale. You’ll learn about Asakusa’s history as a peaceful fishing town turned geisha district and examine more general themes of pleasure and amusement throughout Tokyo’s history, all the while getting a fantastic sense of the vibe and culture of this well-known neighborhood.

Sake Pairing and Omakase Sushi in Tokyo with Personal Chef

Enjoy expertly chosen and prepared sushi with premium Japanese sake in a classy sushi restaurant.

  • Highlights

Enjoy a private dining experience at a classy Tokyo omakase sushi restaurant. Observe your private sushi chef preparing your order in front of you. 15 exquisite pieces of sushi are available in a small, charming Japanese-style specialty restaurant. Along with your choice of sushi, enjoy delectable seasonal appetizers, a soup, and dessert with high-quality sake.

This eating encounter exemplifies the Japanese concept of “omotenashi” (hospitality). Joining this Sake Pairing and Omakase Sushi experience in Tokyo is the ideal opportunity to immerse yourself in delectable sushi and top-notch service. It takes place in an expensive sushi restaurant.

You’ll enjoy a decadent sushi lunch of fresh, expertly cooked omakase sushi and premium Japanese sake served in glistening, crystal-like Edo kiriko sake glasses.

You can be confident that the sushi you’ll be eating during this Sake Pairing and Omakase Sushi event in Tokyo will be of the highest caliber because Chef Imai personally chooses the materials each morning at the neighborhood fish market.


Day 5-7 Kyoto, Japan

Nestled in the heart of Japan’s Kansai region, Kyoto is a city steeped in history, tradition, and natural beauty. As the former imperial capital for over a thousand years, Kyoto exudes a sense of timeless charm and elegance. The city’s enchanting landscape is adorned with exquisite temples, enchanting gardens, and preserved traditional architecture, transporting visitors back in time. Kyoto is renowned for its UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including the iconic Kinkaku-ji (Golden Pavilion) and the serene Kiyomizu-dera Temple.

Exploring the narrow streets of Gion, one may encounter geisha gracefully strolling along in their traditional attire. The city also hosts captivating festivals throughout the year, such as the vibrant Gion Matsuri, showcasing the rich cultural heritage of Japan. With its serene atmosphere, vibrant cherry blossoms in spring, and stunning autumn foliage, Kyoto holds a special place as a cultural and spiritual hub, leaving an indelible impression on all who visit.

Accommodations: Suiran A Luxury Collection Hotel, Kyoto

Immerse yourself in the unique, rich and beautiful history and culture of Japan at Suiran, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Kyoto. Set along the peaceful Hozu River in the scenic Arashiyama Hills, we welcome you to enjoy an authentic Japanese-style experience. A harmonious blend of a relaxing haven and the modern conveniences of a vibrant city, our luxury hotel is perfectly poised to offer access to some of Japan’s most important national treasures. With an intimate collection of 39 rooms, including six specialty rooms, this retreat is inspired by traditional Japanese touches and culture, offering a truly enriching and indigenous experience. For a locally inspired meal, the restaurant and comfortable café offer a variety of gourmet options.

Activities in Kyoto, Japan

Luxurious Gion & Kaiseki Kyoto Tour

The Kyoto Night Food Tour through Gion and Shirakawa is a celebration of traditional Japanese culture and Kaiseki cuisine, a multi-course Japanese supper that expertly combines regional and international ingredients to produce some of the world’s most delectable dishes.

To truly understand and experience the city’s vitality, stroll around the streets amid the many people that are passing by. Enter Gion, the location of numerous geisha and vintage tea shops. Enjoy a Kaiseki lunch that will live in your memory forever. You will wander around the neighborhood streets of Gion with your guide, starting close to the well-known Yasaka Shrine.

After your walking tour, you’ll sit down for a 10-course kaiseki supper where you may sample some of Kyoto’s most seasonal cuisine. Kaiseki typically refers to a dish made with a variety of fresh ingredients that has been painstakingly prepared so that all the flavors meld together. A Kaiseki supper must be experienced during a trip to Kyoto.

Kyoto Full-Day Autumn Leaves Private Tour

Meet your driver with your luggge and head to Kyoto’s Autumn Leaves Tour. An expert, bilingual private guide who holds a government license can help you see the highlights quickly. Kyoto is well known for having stunning fall foliage. Since the Heian era, (794-1185), people have admired the magnificent red, orange, and yellow foliage in numerous locations.

Late October marks the beginning of the fall color change, with the peak period being between mid-November and early December. In the height of the season, numerous temples, shrines, and parks offer both excellent daylight viewings and breathtaking nighttime illumination of the trees in their autumnal splendor.

Golden Pavilion & Temple Tour

Two UNESCO Cultural Heritage sites are highlighted in this course: Ryoanji Temple and Taizoin Subtemple at Myoshinji Temple, one of the five centers of Zen Buddhism, and Kinkakuji Temple, also referred to as the “Golden Pavilion” and Ryoanji Temple. The shoguns once valued and liked this region.

  • Taizoin Subtemple at Myoshinji Temple – The walled-off complex of temples and subtemples known as Myoshinji Temple, which dates back to 1342, is a member of the Rinzai school of Zen Buddhism. Taizoin was established in 1404, making it the oldest of the 47 subordinate temples and one of the few that is accessible to the general public. It is well known for being a location where famous swordsman Musashi Miyamoto frequented for seated meditation.
  • Ryoanji Temple – The Zen Buddhism of the Rinzai school is practiced at Ryoanji Temple. It was established in 1450, following Hosokawa Katsumoto’s acquisition of the previous villa from the Tokudaiji family, an Imperial Court noble family, who was a Shogunate government official. The famed dry landscape garden is the place’s main draw. Its dimensions are approximately 25 meters east to west and 10 meters north. to the south. The garden is a stark collection of 15 boulders of varied sizes that are scattered across a rectangular sea of white sand in five groups. One of the greatest works of Japanese culture, this rock garden is encircled by low mud walls and is considered to embody the essence of Zen art. 
  • Kinkakuji Temple – Hokusan Rokuonji Temple is better known as Kinkakuji Temple, or the Golden Pavilion, because of its gleaming gold-covered main hall that appears to float over the surrounding pond and is second only to Mt Fuji as the most well-known sight in Japan. The second and third levels of the three-story pavilion are covered in gold leaf, and the roof is topped by a bronze phoenix with a gilded appearance. Particularly in the autumn when the maple trees are aflame, the temple’s mirror-like reflection in the pond makes for stunning photos. Their temple is a remarkable achievement. It is one of the ancient Kyoto historical sites that has been given the UNESCO Cultural Heritage designation.

Kyoto Luxury Sake, Whisky and Cocktail Tour with a Private Transfer

The “Flower Districts” of Gion and Pontocho, located in the city’s center, are the most well-known entertainment areas and the epicenter of traditional culture and nightlife. We’ll begin our tour by taking a stroll through a less well-known “flower-district,” which historically referred to regions where tea houses featured performances by Kyoto’s well-known geisha for music and dance. If we’re lucky, we’ll catch a glimpse of the Maiko and Geiko as they head to their nighttime jobs.

We’ll meander through the narrow side alleyways as dusk falls to take in some of the best sights of Japan’s historic capital. Our next stop is a restaurant housed in a more than a century-old family home. Learn about sake (rice wine) and why Kyoto is one of Japan’s top places for making this well-known libation by tasting some of the local Kyoto sake. We will sample the restaurant’s renowned “appetizer surprise box” and two small plate meals that incorporate mochi, the restaurant’s specialty, in unexpected ways. You’ll love the chef’s quirky Kyoto spin on “b,” the hallmark Kamo (duck) tasting dish.

At our last stop, we’ll sample some whisky in a chic bar in the Pontocho neighborhood. Get a chance to sample the Japanese whiskies of your choice and discover why they have gained worldwide renown. (Those who don’t consume whiskey can savor other beverages.) We will end the tour with an atmospheric stroll through this vibrant nightlife neighborhood while serving you your choice of desserts or bar nibbles.


Day 8-9 Osaka, Japan

Located in the Kansai region of Japan, Osaka is a dynamic and bustling city known for its vibrant atmosphere, delectable street food, and modern architecture. Often referred to as the “Kitchen of Japan,” Osaka is a haven for food lovers, offering a wide range of mouthwatering dishes, including takoyaki (octopus balls), okonomiyaki (savory pancakes), and melt-in-your-mouth sushi. The city’s lively entertainment district, Dotonbori, is a vibrant hub of neon lights, bustling crowds, and iconic landmarks such as the Glico Running Man sign. Osaka is also home to historical sites like Osaka Castle, a magnificent fortress surrounded by beautiful gardens. The warm and friendly nature of Osakans, combined with the city’s rich culinary scene and lively nightlife, create an unforgettable experience for visitors, making Osaka a must-visit destination in Japan.

Accommodations: The Royal Park Hotel Iconic Osaka Midosuji

Located in the center of Osaka city, along with Midosuji, as symbolic street stretching from Namba to Umeda. Still, stylish and sophisticated, The Royal Park Hotel Iconic Osaka Midosuji focus guests’ urbane experiences including relaxing guestrooms, breathtaking night view and inspiring presentation at Executive lounge in the sky.

Activities in Osaka, Japan

Diving into the Local to Luxurious Food Markets in Osaka!

The people of Osaka aren’t interested in living enchanted lives. They are interested in food.

Today you will visit the renowned Kuromon Ichiba, an upscale department store market where delicacies both raw and cooked compete for your tongue, the Japanese-influenced Korea Town where few tourists tread, and a historic district brimming with meats, fish, and vegetables as well as other staples and stupefied items catering to locals. You will have a cheerful, English-native companion by your side who is eager to explain every nuance of this vast culinary universe. Prepare to dive into this exploration of tastes, smells, and sights!


  • We’re going to show you one of the nicest “Depachika” in the neighborhood, which are underground food halls found in department stores like Takashimaya Osaka Store. Raw ingredients, Western or Japanese sweets, and other Japanese specialties are all displayed in beautiful ways.
  • Pular Tenma: Without the crowds of tourists, get up close and personal with a local wet market. On exhibit are a variety of locally grown foods, including fish, meats, veggies, and more. Your guide will explain how these scrumptious ingredients combine to make Japanese cuisine.
  • Tenroku Shopping Street: Discover the past and present functions of Japan’s longest covered shopping strip. We’ll stop into a typical Osaka grocery and fill you in on the details.
  • Explore Osaka’s busiest and most fascinating Korea Town in Osaka Tsuruhashi Ichiba. You can browse a variety of items, including cuisine and clothing with ethnic connotations. also a great opportunity to purchase a wonderful snack or two!
  • Kuromon Market: It would be rude of us to fail to show you this public market, which is currently the talk of the travel industry. Although the costs are a little costly, the sights are excellent, and the quality is unquestionably outstanding.
  • Doguyasuji Shopping Street in Sennichimae: You can find a ton of kitchenware in Doguyasuji. an excellent site to buy Japanese ceramics, serving pieces, wax sushi models, and kitchen knives. Chopsticks made of lacquer and tea cups complete the beautiful collection of trinkets.
  • (Namba) Minami: We’ll spend the remaining time touring some of the most popular attractions in the Namba/Dotonbori region.

Day 10 Beppu, Japan

Beppu, located on the southern coast of Kyushu Island in Japan, is a captivating city renowned for its geothermal wonders and hot spring culture. It stands as one of the world’s leading hot spring destinations, offering a diverse array of therapeutic onsen experiences. Beppu’s unique “Hells of Beppu” showcase dramatic geothermal phenomena, with boiling mud pools, steaming geysers, and vibrant mineral-rich waters. The city is dotted with numerous hot spring resorts, where visitors can immerse themselves in the healing properties of the natural hot springs. Beyond its hot springs, Beppu also boasts stunning natural landscapes, including scenic mountains, picturesque beaches, and tranquil forests. With its soothing waters, breathtaking surroundings, and a rich cultural heritage, Beppu is a captivating destination that offers a blend of relaxation, adventure, and exploration for travelers seeking a unique Japanese experience.

Accommodations: Amane Resort Seikai

All guest rooms have open-air baths and ocean views, and the open-air baths in the guest rooms are free-flowing hot springs.

The large public bath at Shiosai no Yado Harumi is located on the first floor. Harumi’s bath, which is built on the beach, offers a superb view of Beppu Bay. Please enjoy Beppu Onsen, one of the world’s leading hot springs, to your heart’s content.

The hotel includes an elevator and a reception desk. To ensure guests a comfortable and relaxing stay, the hotel provides various services and facilities, including a baggage storage service, a safe, a newspaper stand, a conference room and a smoking area. Wireless internet access (no extra charge) allows guests to stay connected while on vacation. 

Activities in Beppu, Japan

Highlights of Beppu Tour

Meet your private driver and guide, who will take you to the Mt. Takasaki Monkey Park, the first stop on your day tour. As implied by the name, the park is filled of cheeky monkeys who will have you rolling on the ground in laughter as they run around, play with one another, or simply relax while reclining in the sun.

After that, proceed to Bloody Hell Pond, a special hot spring in Beppu Chinoike Jigoku. IA lot of visitors come here to gaze at the intense scarlet hue, inhale the comforting steam, and purchase skincare items manufactured with the pond’s water.

The Beppu Ropeway will be used next to access Mount Tsurumi. This mountain, which rises to a height of 1375 meters, offers a stunning view of Beppu.

At Myoban-Onsen Yunosato, a tranquil hot spring resort tucked away in the scenic Beppu area, indulge in the height of relaxation. Get lost in the healing waters of an outdoor bath while being enveloped by lush vegetation and a peaceful atmosphere. Allow the calming waters to revitalize your body and mind for an onsen experience that is genuinely authentic.

On our Beppu treasures trip, take in Beppu’s natural and cultural treasures. Experience the joyful snow monkeys, wonder at the strange “Jigoku” hot springs, and unwind in an outdoor onsen’s healing waters. Allow Beppu’s allure to enchant you as you make priceless memories in this alluring city


Day 11 Overnight in Bangkok, Thailand

Bangkok, the vibrant capital of Thailand, is a city that pulsates with energy, culture, and a rich tapestry of experiences. Known for its bustling street markets, ornate temples, and bustling nightlife, Bangkok offers a captivating blend of tradition and modernity. The city is home to iconic landmarks such as the majestic Grand Palace, the serene Wat Arun temple, and the bustling Chatuchak Weekend Market, where one can immerse themselves in a sensory overload of sights, sounds, and flavors. Bangkok’s street food scene is legendary, offering a mouthwatering array of Thai delicacies that tantalize the taste buds. Beyond the bustling urban center, the city also boasts serene parks and gardens, providing a respite from the lively atmosphere. With its vibrant street life, cultural treasures, and warm hospitality, Bangkok invites visitors to dive headfirst into its captivating blend of old-world charm and contemporary dynamism.

Accommodations: Shangri-La Bangkok

Nestled along the large riverfront setting resides Shangri-La Bangkok, an enchanting riverside retreat in the heart of a vibrant city. Here, guests are hosted with friendly and thoughtful service, entertained by innovative dining experiences and immersed with ease in the authentic Bangkok surrounds. With direct access to the SkyTrain, public ferries terminal and buses, the hotel is a lovely gateway to explore and discover Bangkok.


Activities in Bangkok, Thailand

Arrive in Bangkok and Check-In to your Hotel

You will spend the night in Bangkok to emabark on your cruise in the morning.

The Shangri-La Resort Hotel is a tropical city resort by the magnificent River of Kings!

Along the vibrant Chao Phraya River lies a unique, attractive landmark that is a fascinating destination. Your extraordinary experience starts here at our riverside sanctuary. Upon arrival at the hotel, you are greeted with a warm smile and unexpected gracious Thai hospitality. The hotel’s spacious lobby, luxurious rooms and suites, which offer a mix of traditional Thai style and modern comfort, and spacious balconies create a memorable “home away from home” experience.

Day 12-21 Regent Seven Seas Cruise (Booked Separately)

Accommodations: Regent Seven Seas Explorer

Seven Seas Explorer® is stunning, with art by Pablo Picasso on the walls and a vivid cobalt-blue glass installation on the ceiling in the elegant restaurant Compass Rose. See for yourself how every space is designed to impress.

You’ll find time spent on board the ship to be just as enriching as time ashore. Relax by the pool, compete in a friendly game of trivia or bocce ball, indulge in treats at afternoon tea and gain insight from an expert lecturer.

Regent Seven Seas Explorer Itinerary


Day 22-23 Seminyak, Bali, Indonesia

Seminyak is a vibrant and upscale beach resort area located in Bali, Indonesia. Known for its luxurious accommodations, trendy beach clubs, and thriving nightlife, Seminyak offers a perfect blend of relaxation and entertainment. The stunning Seminyak Beach with its golden sands and rolling waves attracts sunseekers and surfers alike. The area is also renowned for its fashionable boutiques, high-end spas, and gourmet dining options, making it a haven for indulgence and pampering. With its lively atmosphere, cosmopolitan charm, and an array of attractions, Seminyak has become a sought-after destination for travelers seeking a stylish and memorable vacation experience.

Accommodations: The Legian Seminyak Bali

Here on the Balinese shores of Seminyak Beach- home to sun-sea and serious surf- location is not everything. This prime stretch of golden sand adjacent to the island chicest shops and Asia most stylish nightlife is merely the irresistible beginning of what sets this iconic sanctuary in the sand apart from Bali pack.

Ocean panoramas accompany meals at The Legian Seminyak, Bali which culminate in elegant fusion of contemporary French and classic South East Asian cuisine prepared with the freshest local and seasonal ingredients. This private stretch of Seminyak Beach would be relaxing enough.

Four single and two couples spa suites plus a sunlit manicure-pedicure room overlooking our verdant landscaped garden- with the Indian Ocean in the distance. Here; intuitive therapists deliver timeless Balinese healing traditions and innovative wellness therapies.

Pure indulgent at Wellness Centre include the warm plunge whirlpool-refreshing cold plunge pool- spacious sauna and steam rooms plus chicest relaxation lounge and extensive locker room facilities. Yoga enthusiasts too are looked after at The Legian Seminyak, Bali with our indoor yoga studio as well as access to the outside garden. Join our daily scheduled Hatha yoga classes or reserve a private session whenever you wish to unwind.

Activities in Seminyak, Bali, Indonesia

Traditional Balinese and Javanese Cooking Class Using Family Recipes

The hotel Tugu Bali is a place where the cooking class is not just about the food, but is also a unique experience that introduces guests to a tradition of hundreds of years old of Indonesia’s most authentic ways of cooking using fresh tropical roots, herbs, and spices. Tugu Hotels is known for its authentic traditional food of Bali and Java and was chosen caterer of the royal palace and the past five presidents of Indonesia. It allows visitors to get a taste of Indonesian cuisine and dining culture’s lovely simplicity and unusual depth.

All Inclusive Tanah Lot – Private Full Day Tour

On this full-day private guided trip, learn about Bali’s important historical and spiritual landmarks.

Stop first at Tanah Lot, a well-known Hindu temple built on solid sea rock. Additionally, visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site Jatiluwih Green Land where you can stroll through a dense tropical jungle. The Ulun Danu Beratan Temple, a well-known Balinese Hindu temple and the most popular tourist destination in Bali, marks the end of the tour.


  • Dewi Danu, the goddess of the lake created by a volcanic eruption 30,000 years ago, is honored in the lakefront Ulun Danu Bratan Temple.
  • Tamblingan Lake: Stunning view of the Buyan and Tamblingan Twin Lakes. 
  • The Banyumala Twin Waterfalls are stunning, quiet waterfalls with a calm lagoon that is ideal for swimming. 
  • The best location for lunch in Jatiluwih is Gong Jatiluwih, a UNESCO World Heritage Site featuring a 700-hectare Rice Terrace and an ancient irrigation system known as SUBAK. 
  • Wanagiri Hidden Hills (Pass By) – This is a terrific location for photos with beautiful views of Buyan Lake for beautiful pictures. 
  • ​Green Land of Jatiluwih-Jatiluwih, a location up for UNESCO World Heritage status, provides a stunning vista of the curved rice terraces that Balinese farmers created an outstanding community water system to irrigate. The experience is enhanced by the gorgeous journey through the charming towns and lush slopes of the central coastal regency of Tabanan.
  • One of Bali’s most significant directional temples is Tanah Lot. The temple is situated on a rock nearby the coast. It is a significant component of Balinese spirituality and mythology and is believed to be the creation of famed Hindu priest Nirartha, who lived in the 15th century.

Day 24-25 Ubud, Bali, Indonesia

Ubud is a picturesque town nestled amidst the lush greenery and terraced rice fields of central Bali, Indonesia. Renowned as the cultural heart of the island, Ubud captivates visitors with its serene charm and artistic ambiance. Home to numerous art galleries, traditional craft shops, and a thriving arts scene, Ubud is a haven for artists, writers, and spiritual seekers. The town is dotted with ancient temples, tranquil yoga retreats, and wellness centers, offering a serene escape for those seeking relaxation and rejuvenation. Beyond its artistic allure, Ubud is also surrounded by stunning natural beauty, including majestic waterfalls, scenic hiking trails, and the famous Monkey Forest, where playful monkeys roam freely. With its enchanting blend of culture, nature, and spirituality, Ubud invites visitors to immerse themselves in its peaceful and inspiring atmosphere.

Accommodations: COMO Shambhala Estate, Bali

COMO Shambhala Estate is a residential wellness retreat with luxury villa-style accommodations near Ubud, Bali. A place to relax and improve wellbeing, this discreet domain is a true ‘Retreat for Change’. State-of-the-art facilities include a Vitality pool, treatment areas beside the River Ayung, a gym, Pilates studio and yoga pavilion.

The Estate’s Resident Experts include a Yoga Master, Ayurvedic Doctor, Accupuncture therapist and guides for outdoor activities while the holistic, 360-degree approach offers nutritional menus by COMO Shambhala Cuisine.

Activities in Ubud, Bali, Indonesia

Seminyak, Tour of Bali Lakes & Hills, to Ubud

Your guide will pick you up from your hotel in the morning and take you on a tour before you check into your hotel in Ubud. 

Leave the beaches and spend the entire day exploring Bali’s hills and lakes. Drive in the direction of Bedugul, a region of the central highlands renowned for its breathtaking beauty and three lakes.

Visit the Bedugul traditional market, where a wide variety of locally grown fruits, vegetables, and orchids are offered for sale. Alongside the locals, peruse the stalls and discover the various ways that spices and herbs are used in Balinese cuisine.

Continue to Lake Beratan, one of the three natural lakes in Bedugul. Take pictures of Ulun Danu, a 17th-century temple situated on the calm waters, and take pleasure in the views of the area.

Head to Mount Batukaru’s slopes, Bali’s second-highest mountain, for lunch about midday. 

Take a short walk through the UNESCO-listed rice fields of Jatiluwih after refueling. Take in the never-ending views of lush rice terraces while learning about the conventional methods Bali’s farmers employ to irrigate fields and produce rice. 

Next, visit the Batukaru temple.

The Royal Temple of Mengwi, which was constructed in 1634 to serve as the family temple of the Mengwi dynasty, should be the final destination before returning to the hotel. Admire this magnificent example of ancient construction, which is ringed by a moat that has temples to Meru with several roofs and ornately carved wooden gates.

Then drive to Pahyangan village near Ubud for check in at hotel.

All Inclusive tour of the Best of Ubud with Pickup

Pick up & drop off at your Hotel in Bali. Take a day trip to the Ubud region to see some of Bali’s most well-known sights. Visit the Tegalalang Rice Terrace, Tegenungan Waterfall, Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary, Puri Saren Palace (Ubud Palace), Tirta Empul Temple, which is renowned for its natural springs, and an art market where you may buy souvenirs.


  • Enjoy your guided walking tour through the sacred monkey forest sanctuary in Ubud to see nearly 900 Bali long-tailed macaques in their natural setting. Discover the famous dragon bridge, the beautiful forest, the river canyon, and the temple of the monkeys.
  • Tegalalang Rice Terrace: This breathtaking rice terrace is built into a cliff 600 meters above sea level. 
  • D Alas Warung Restaurant is the ideal location for lunch with stunning views of the outback jungle in Ubud and an adrenaline rush. 
  • Visit the Tirta Empul Temple to see how Balinese Hindus purify the water element in their bodies during a religious bathing rite at the sacred spring waters. This volcanism springs, which were discovered in 969, are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site as the source of the Ubud Ancient Irrigation System.
  • Tegenungan Waterfall is a stunning 15-meter-high waterfall situated on lovely cascades and surrounded by abundant vegetation. 

The next morning, check-out of your hotel for your journey home.

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