Viator

  • Local: Bali, Indonesia
  • Duração: 8 horas (aproximadamente)
A partir de USD 53,00

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Avaliado por: Lisa T , Julho 2016

This tour was so much fun! We learned so much and Darta was an amazing guide! I recommend it for a nice day outing to see Bali

Avaliado por: LYE HENG L , Abril 2016

The Bali Pura Luhur temple has a very rich history. Witha great tour guide, he was able to make history come alive and interesting

Avaliado por: Bruce G , Janeiro 2015

The temple was, well just like the other 20000 temples in Bali but much larger than most. Stopping off at arts and crafts manufacturers was good. The Luwak coffe and local coffee sampling was great. Rp 50000 for a cup of the worlds best coffee was a bargain for the coffee conesur.

Avaliado por: Lilliane R , Abril 2014

What a great tour! We were six friends traveling together and Rody our guide was incredible!!! We went to the temple and the rice fields - we even had time to stop and meditate in the Pura Luhur Batukaru Temple - any time we wanted to stop and take pictures he was so accommodating. He took us to a really nice restaurant overlooking the rice fields and we thoroughly enjoyed out day. I would absolutely recommend Viator and this tour.

Avaliado por: Imtiaz K , Janeiro 2014

This was an excellent sightseeing, art and cultural tour. The guide was very knowledgeable.

Avaliado por: Darshanand R , Janeiro 2014

Our tour of Bali was just wonderful. This was our first time using Viator tour service and we were quite please. They were on time for pick up and our guide Arya was very good, he spoke very good English and he did a super job explaining about the,people, culture and showing us around. We would use Viator again for our next trips anytime.

Avaliado por: paulo g , Novembro 2012

Simply fantastic

Avaliado por: Sandra B , Janeiro 2011

The rice terraces are lovely, and if you are taken to a coffee and spice plantation be sure to try the coffees and teas, they are out of this world! You can't bring coffee or black tea into Australia, but green tea, cocoa and spices are fine. The chocolate is to die for. The temples start to blur together after a while, but are always interesting. The guides will always try to accommodate any special request you may have - they are fantastic! Courteous, knowledgeable, and approachable, and they take care to ensure your comfort and safety.

Avaliado por: David C , Junho 2010

Great value for the money! Saw the real Bali, very special. Temples were breathtaking! Guide very good. Only wife and I on the trip, so very impressed.

Avaliado por: Caro , Fevereiro 2015

Wir wurden inkl. Transfer super betreut und hatten interessante Einblicke in die Tempelanlage und der Kultur von Bali, auch wenn es sehr stark geregnet hat. Abstriche muss ich beim Mittagessen machen, dass war nicht so toll, aber Essen ist nicht alles.

Avaliado por: Prana77 , Outubro 2014

This is an excellent half day trip. The temple was very tranquil. Would recommend to anyone wanting to get out of the central area for a few hours.

Avaliado por: AnnaK , USA, Fevereiro 2013

The tour was great and the tour guide was really informative in telling us the culture and the attraction sites! But we asked to take us to a local restaurant for lunch, and he brought us to a typical tourists restaurant.

Avaliado por: Anna K , Julho 2012

i like this trip. the most amazing were rice terraces, there were so many of them, beautiful.

Avaliado por: Susan B , United Kingdom, Fevereiro 2012

Good value for money as we were the only ones on the trip so had the car to oursleves. It is a long day and the roads are very bumpy and winding. I suffer from travel sickness and even my preventative measures did not help with all the swaying, stopping and starting and bumps. Felt a bit pressuered at the cultural stops as there was very little demonstration of the art, just pressurised shopping opportunity. The temple was very quiet as there were very few tourists. It was nice to see the rice terraces which is what you imagine when you think of Bali.

Avaliado por: Cosmin Catalin S , Denmark, Agosto 2010

The quality of the tour depends very much of the guide. Our guide for this trip was too much into bregging about his knowledge and too little into actually providing information. However, 2 days after this trip I have been to another trip with the same operator, but different guide. Our new guide, Rai A. has provided a lot of useful information and has responded to all of our questions. In conclusion, when booking tours operated by Tour East ask for Rai A. as guide, you will not be dissapointed.

Avaliado por: Peggy W , Australia, Junho 2010

Our guide was great, very respectful and caring. This was a lovely day if you want to get away from the towns and into the countryside but could end up being very similar to the Volcano trip.

Avaliado por: Udo Sennlaub S , Julho 2015

Der ganze Ausflug dauerte länger als 8 Stunden und fast die Hälfte der Zeit verbringt man im Auto. Das einsammeln der Gäste in den verschiedenen Hotel ist schon ziemlich problematisch, weil der Verkehr stark ist. Danach mindestens Ein einhalb Stunden Fahrt zum Tempel. Der Rückweg noch schlimmer, noch mehr Stau!!
Der Tempel selbst war faszinierend, auch wenn er, so wie er heute zu sehen ist, aus dem Jahre 1959 stammt. Der ursprüngliche Tempel wurde Anfang des 11.Jahrhunderts erbaut und im 17. Jahrhundert durch Feuer vernichtet. Das bekam man aber nicht zu erfahren. Es ist aber trotzdem einer der wenigen Nationalheiligtümer der Balinesen um die Inseln vor allem Bösen zu bewahren.
Der Tempel ist auf einem Bergausläufer des zweitgrössten Vulkans auf etwa 800 Meter in verschiednen Höhen gebaut. Treppen und Wege Achtung: sehr schlüpfrig wegen Moos und Feuchtigkeit führen zu den einzelnen Schreinen. Besonders schön war der Schrein in dem Wasserbecken, das Wasser ist ebenfalls heilig. Dieser Part der Reise war sehr schön und informativ.
Dagegen war der Besuch des Spice Gardens ein Witz insgesamt keine 10 verschiedenen exotische Gewürze oder Pflanzen gesehen und reine Verkaufsshow und noch schlimmer ist das Rice Village, wo man gegen Eintritt sich Reisterrassen anschauen kann. Hier wurde extra für den Massentourismus eine Infrastruktur geschaffen, der reinster Nepp ist. Hier wurde, welch Zufall auch das Mittagessen war nicht im Tourpreis enthalten eingenommen. Schlechtestes Essen in Bali bei höchsten Preisen. Meine Gesamtbewertung: das ist das Geld nicht wert.