Guided tour in Bali
Bali Yatra

Belonjong Segara Ganesha temple  9OO A.D.

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Dear friend,

A Guided tour of Bali: 5 nights and 6 days inclusive transfer to Hotel and fro, sight seeing, breakfasts, lunches, Dinners, cruise and dance. Also with English speaking guide.
 B Also offering: 2 nights and 3 days.
2. We also offer you a Royal wedding in a temple in Bali conducted by a Hindu Priest with all the Hindu traditions like Music, dance,  photos and  Balinese guests .
3. We can also offer you a pure 1OO% vegetarian menu during your stay in Bali.
4. If your group wants to bring a cook along, we will arrange that also. He can cook at a local hotel having a good kitchen.

I would be happy to meet you and clarify everything.
Do go through this offer and find fantastic offers.

With regards,

General Secretary,
India Indonesia Friend Society,


Past Historical Links

As we all know, India and Indonesia have been having trade and cultural links for the last 2000 years. The start was made by Indian traders, who were the first to arrive in Indonesia in the 1st Century. Hinduism and Buddhism were next to follow. Ships used to start from the port of Pradeep in Orissa to Bali, Java and Sumatra. The voyage is known as Bali Yatra.
Even today every year during the full moon day in Nov-Dec(Kartika )a festival called Bali Yatra is celebrated on the banks of River Mahanadi in Orissa to commemorate the voyages to Indonesia.




This unique island is Indonesia's most popular tourist spot. It has thousands of Hindu temples. It has a population of 90% Hindus, plus Muslims, Buddhists and Christians.
There is so much to see in Bali, that one would go crazy. Everyday there is some temple ceremony. It is indeed correctly called "Paradise Island".
Practically every person is either an artist, painter, or doing sculpture in stone, wood or silver. He has to be something to gain respect in the community.
Denpasar is the capital of Bali.


Guided tour to Bali : Itenary

Most of the people who come back after guided tours hardly HAVE SEEN ENOUGH..
We will show you the maximum places worth visit in Bali.
Here is a rough plan for a guided tour to Bali. The tourists must try to visit all the places mentioned. There is so much to see in Bali.
If one is short of time, write to [email protected] for a change of plan.


Besakih Temple



Tanah Lot Temple

Goa Gajah Temple

Ulu watu temple

Tampaksiring spring

Garuda Wisnu Kencana

Kecak Dance

Hindu Cremation Ceremony

Serangan Turtle Island

Kuta Beach

Sangsit Temple

Bedulu Temple

Ganesha Temple

Monkey Forest Temple

Mengwi Temple

Bangli Temple

Gunung Kawi

Legong dance


General information

1. Do not raise your finger at anyone while talking or calling.
2. Do not disturb a temple procession in any form by blocking it or cutting through it.
3. Do not put your hand over a child's head. It is supposed to be sacred.
4. Do not give or receive anything with the left hand.
5. Do not speak loudly. Talking loudly is supposed to be an uncultured behavior.
6. Do not keep sitting while talking to an elderly person.
7. Ladies are not supposed to enter the temple during M.C
8. Even when things go wrong, do not raise your voice. Tackle the situation with grace. The Balinese will respect you for it. Keep smiling.
9. Avoid drinking fruit juices with ice.
1O. While traveling in the interior buy only bottled water. Drink after breaking the seal
11. Always wash your hands with soap before meals and after meals.
12. Keep your passport safe with the hotels. KEEP A XEROX COPY .IMP.
13. Like in India, there are pickpockets everywhere. Take all the care. Always be on the alert.
14. Get insured in your country for theft, sickness and accidents. Most Important.







Itinerary: 6 days – 5nights .


Day 1. Bali Arrival – Kecak Fire Dance


Meeting service upon arrival, then get a flower garland as a kind of welcome. Drive to hotel in Kuta or Sanur then relax at the hotel.


At 17h30, drive to Batubulan for a Kecak Fire Dance Performance.

 It is traditional dance using only oral music without any other instrument and  performing the epic of Ramayana with the sound of a choir “cak-cak-cak” from the men who sit in a circle around.


Drive to Seafood Cafe at Jimbaran Beach (grilled seafood).

 Back to hotel  and  be  free  persue  your own leisure.


Day 2. Full Day Denpasar City Tour

Breakfast at hotel, then drive to Tanjung Benoa where you will get on wooden boat to the Turtle Island to see how the people conserve the turtles.


Visit the GWK (Garuda Wisnu Kencana) Cultural Park, and see  the statue Wisnu God riding on mythical bird Garuda as the symbol of mission of environmental safeguard and world savior .


Continuing onto the famous Pura Luhur Uluwatu temple, is an architectural marvel situated on the edge of 300 feet steep rock facing the ocean.

his temple has some of the exquisite architecture in Bali and was first built on the 11th century


Visit Segara Temple in Sanur which is having inscription in Sanskrit and ancient Kawi.It was built in the 9th century to commemorate the visttory of a king over his enemies .


Proceed to Denpasar and pay a visit to Art Center and Jagatnatha Temple

Lunch  served at local restaurant (Indonesian or Chinese or Thai food)

 Back to hotel  to persue your own leisure.?


Day 3. Full Day East Bali Tour

The tour will  take you   to the eastern part of Bali with some stops to be made at Kerta Gosha (ancient court house) in Kelungkung,


Afterwards   visit  Besakih the Mother Temple of Bali where you will have a chance to pray with  a Balinese  priest.


Tour then continues   to visit the cool oasis of the Water Garden (Tirta Gangga) with its spring-fed pools.


The  tour will then be continued to Puri Agung Karangasem palace which  is an imposing reminder of the time Karangasem was a kingdom.


Drive to the Bali Aga Village Trunyan  (Bali aborigines) where the  buildings are identical in plan and arranged in rows on either side of   road    This village is famous for exquisite, authentic textiles (double ikat) and craft works


Visit Bat Cave Temple (Goa Lawah) at Kusamba. Then drive back to Kuta.

Lunch is served at local restaurant (indonesian food)


Dinner will be at  the Indian Restaurant where maybe you will have the chance to meet some Indians who are working or have settled down in Bali


Back to hotel then free to persue  your own leisure.


Day 4. Full Day Singaraja Tour

Breakfast at hotel then start the tour with a visit to Taman Ayun Temple at Mengwi.


Drive along the mountain and lake resorts at Bedugul.


 Stop at the spice & fruit market at Candikuning, then  proceed to the splendor waterfall at Gitgit,

Afterwards visit Beji temple at sangsit    whose shrines are carved with designs of serpents.   The spirits in the temple look after the rice fields.


Then arrive at the sandy beach of Lovina,  


Visit  Buddhist temple Brahma Arama Wihara at Banjar.


  On the way back to the hotel via Pupuan – Antosari for the scenic panorama of the beautiful ricefield along the way.  


Afternoon visit Tanah Lot Temple.

Then drive back to Kuta or Sanur.


Lunch and dinner are served at local restaurant (Indonesian or Chinese or Thai Food). Back to hotel then free at your own leisure.


Day 5. Full Day Kintamani Tour – Dinner Cruise

Breakfast at hotel, then visit Goa Gajah (Ganesha Statue), Pura Penataran Sasih (Pejeng) and , Gunung Kawi (royal tombs)


 Then drive to Kintamani where you will witness the spectacular view of lake & volcano Batur


 Visit   Penelusin temple .,  the highest   temple in Bali


On the way back to the hotel, stop will also be made to the holy spring temple (Tirta Empul) at Tampaksiring.


Lunch in Ubud (Bebek bengil – Dirthy Duck Restaurant)


Visit Monkey Forest in Ubud Guard your spectacles and purses in all the monkey forests .


Then drive to Benoa Harbour where you will go for Dinner Cruise with Bounty Cruise.

After dinner, drive back to hotel then free at your own leisure.



Day 6. Departure

Breakfast at hotel then be ready for your departure. Drive to airport for your onward flight to your next destination.








2 – 3 persons                :  USD 599.00 pp

4 – 10 persons             : USD 549.00 pp

11-20 persons              :  USD 529.00 pp

21-30 persons              :  USD 489.00 pp

single supplement      :  USD 175.00


High season surcharge of USD 20.00/room/night is applicable for the stay between 01-31 August 2007 and 20 December 2007 – 06 January 2008


The tour price is valid until 31 March 2008.




The BALI  YATRA  guided tour includes: 

1.                  Airport to Hotel Transfer to and   fro in Bali 

2.                  Stay for 5 nights and 6 days at a five star Hotel including tips for the staff

3.                  All breakfasts , lunches and dinners included. At breakfast  you will be served with fruits not grown in India and other places .

4.                  Guided tour of the  places and some  temples of Ganesha as mentioned in the  photo  and in the itinerary  Plus more .

5.                  Visit  Besakih the mother temple of Bali .Prayer by Balinese priest for  all the tourists.

6.                  English speaking guide

7.                  One Cruise  in the night

8.                  Seeing  2 dance performances

a . Kecak monkey  dance wherein the monkeys  protect Sita from  Ravana .        

b . .Legong  or the Ramayana shadow dance.

9.                  Will try to arrange a visit to Hindu Cremation ceremony

10.             One  Balinese massage by old and experienced  Balinese

11.             Balinese palmist   will predict  your future .

12.             Balinese dress with a photo

13.             A remembrance    gift   from us of Garuda Vishnu statue  or Ganesha  probably made of volcanic  rock   or    wood     or coral    or who knows maybe  of  silver


Price does not include:

  • visa on arrival (USD 25.00)
  • airport tax (USD 12.00)
  • tips, telephone, minibar, laundry
  • other personal expenses



Sanur  (5 nights)    Hotel Sanur Beach (Deluxe Sea View Room)                     

Kuta    (5 nights)      Ramada Bintang Bali (Deluxe Room)


TERMS AND CONDITION                                                                            

-          reservation to be made through MELALI BALI DMC ([email protected])

-          payment can be done by Credit Card or Bank Transfer, 7 days prior to arrival.



For further information please contact:




Jl. Dewi Sri, Complex The Lotus No. 10, Kuta – 80361, Bali
Tel:   +62 (361) 746 48 21
Fax: +62 (361) 76 34 35

E-mail:  [email protected]

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Contact person: Ms Diah Primasari   (  [email protected]  )


Guided tour : 2 nights – 3 days



                The Island of the Gods

Visit Bali 3 days / 2 nights

(July – August 2007)


Please take an early flight from Singapore or elsewhere .


Mid day, arrive at Bali’s International Airport ex Singapore. Meet and greet,

 Then transfer to your hotel in Sanur


 On the way stop at Blanjong temple in Sanur. Also known as Segara temple. It is one of the oldest temples in Bali built in around 9OO A.D. There is a Ganesha statue inside, pay your respects before proceeding further.


After a short break, at the hotel depart to Benoa habour to join a Sunset and Dinner Cruise by Balihai Cruises.


The boat departs at 5.45pm - Returns at 8.45pm

As the sun goes down we set off on a relaxing cruise around the harbour.

Take in the cool night air on the top deck, be entertained by our famous strolling Batakos


  Have delicious international buffet dinner, then dance the night away at our disco or enjoy our live cabaret show. Overnight at Sanur Beach Hotel (5*****)



(ca. 12 hour trip)

We begin our tour with a visit to Bali's "Mother Temple". High on the slopes of Bali's Mount Agung sits Pura Besakih, widely referred to as the "Mother Temple" of Hinduism in Bali.


 Besakih Temple is the largest of the island's 11,000 or so Hindu temples; its 35 shrines and halls draw devotees from all over Bali in massive numbers each year.


 The world is lucky to have Besakih. In 1963 Mount Agung, a volcano, erupted and destroyed several nearby villages. Besakih was untouched.


If you wish, praying with a Hindu Balinese priest can be arranged for about 15 minutes time in the main courtyard of Pura Besakih (no extra charges).


Proced to Penulisan hill which is located at 1745m above sea level, approximately 3km from Kintamani (a district well known for its magnificent views of Lake and Mount Batur). Around 9th century, Tegeh Koripan Temple was built on Bukit Penulisan


 It is also known as Puncak Penulisan Temple since it is located on the peak of Bukit Penulisan. It is the highest temple in Bali.


An old stairway leads to Puncak Penulisan Temple, the ancient temple.

 During a clear day, the view is breathtaking.


The temple is even more romantic and mysterious when covered in a foggy mist.


After lunch in Kintamani, proceed to Ubud, the artists’ village. Explore the different art galleries, the art market, the village temple and monkey sanctuary.


Enjoy evening Kecak Dance at Batubulan and then go on to an Indian Restaurant in Sanur for your dinner. After diner, return to the hotel for overnight.


Free and easy.

Transfer to the airport and catch your flight  


Superior room:

Sharing twin USD 215.00 per person

Single occupancy USD 295.00

Deluxe Sea view room:

Sharing twin USD 235.00 per person

Single occupancy USD 335.00


            - 2 nights accommodation at Sanur Beach Hotel (

            - 2x breakfast

            - 1x full day Sightseeing tour includes lunch in Kintamani

            - Sunset dinner cruise (includes hotel transfers)

            - Kecak dance show and Dinner at local restaurant (Indian food)

            - Return airport transfers

            - English Speaking Guide

            - 21% tax and service charge

            - high season surcharge from 15July – 31 August 2007



            - reservation to be made through MELALI BALI DMC ([email protected])

            - payment can be done by Credit Card or Bank Transfer, 7 days prior to arrival.

            - Minimum participant: 2 persons


For further information please contact:


Jl. Dewi Sri, Complex The Lotus No. 10, Kuta – 80361, Bali Tel: +62 (361) 746 48 21 Fax: +62 (361) 76 34 35

E-mail: [email protected]

Url :

Contact person: Ms Diah Primasari ( [email protected] )