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Cultural Learning Interactive learning experiences to understand the cultural roots of Bali and local daily life.Activities vary from history,religion and ritual,fora and fauna to architecture and art of living in Bali for an undrstanding of today's...more
Hours Today: 9:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.
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Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
| Br. Dangin Labak, Singakerta, Ubud 80571, Indonesia
All reviews recommend nyoman water temple visited rice rice terraces great guide active volcanoes friendly and knowledgeable guide coffee plantation hot springs overlooking mt batur guide nyoman excellent trip his knowledge tegenungan waterfall day trip beautiful temple safe driver
My Daughter and I booked a spur of the moment tailored afternoon & evening cultural lifestyle tour via the hotel (Hotel Alila) brilliant concierge. Our driver and tour guide Nyoman was exceptional. Very comfortable car, very friendly, very safe and courteous driving skills with his...More
Nyoman did a great job driving us around Ubud to rice terrence, touring temples while patiently answering questions and explaining the rituals for us. He is knowledgeable and arranged the itinerary well and gave us big surprise taking us to Lake Batur to see the...More
My father and I had a brilliant afternoon with Nyoman! He took us on a private tour to the beautiful rice paddies, a coffee plantation, a water temple and finally a volcano overlooking a lake! We would highly recommend Nyoman, he’s very flexible with time...More
Nyoman, our tour guide, was incredibly knowledgeable, kind and professional.
My friend and I did a 5 hour tour that covered beautiful rice fields, temples, a volcano and the biggest lake in Bali. He knows where to take you so you’re never in the middle...More
We did a tour with Nyoman on the last day of our trip, and were so glad we did. We visited rice fields; a coffee plantation, where we tasted tea and coffee; a beautiful temple; a lake; and a volcano. No matter how many questions...More