First stop at The centre of gold and silver works, noted for its delicately detailed work and fine filigree style silver pieces. Several hundred silversmiths make their homes here and they are willing to fulfil special orders.No Entrance fee cost.
Second stop at MAS some of the most talented wood carvers on the island live in Mas, and in the workshops there can be found groups of young workers supervised by elderly men. busy chiselling away Topeng masks, with their versatile range of expressions and personalities . Masks are in either modern or traditional form.No Entrance fee cost
Continue stop at Batuan village is one of tourist places and destination in Bali, it is popular with center of the arts it is now known for its dancing, wood panel carving and paintings No Entrance fee cost
Stop Point UBUD Village
Famous for is painter's community. Ubud is a special place in many ways: it has its own magic, and its particularly beautiful surrounding and gracious way of life have drawn celebrities and artists from all over the world, some of whom have adopted it as their own home.No Entrance Fee
Visit at Bamboo Forest is located in the Kubu village, about 5 km away from Bangli. There, visitors can not only find diverse kinds of bamboo, but they may also discover its many different uses for it, such as craft of many different musical instruments and wind chimes. No Entrance Fee
Continue and stop at Penglipuran Traditional Village is located at approximately 6 km away from the city of Bangli. This village has its own cultural and historical characteristics. The real beauty of this village, apart from its breath-taking surroundings, is that it has been left untouched by the modernization era. The name “Penglipuran” is derived, according to mythology, from the words “pengeling” and “pura” which stand for “ to remember our ancestors”Entrance ticket cost at 2 USD/person
Kehen Temple or Pura Kehen, one of Bali’s more impressive temples and one of the most beautiful, set on a wooded hillside about 2 km to the north of the town centre.. Entrance ticket cost less than 2 USD/person
Last Visit in Gianyar
The Gianyar Regency was home to one of Bali’s oldest kingdoms, the Buddhist. Warmadewa dynasty of Bedulu-Pejeng and Batuan which reigned until the fourteenth century. The conquering Javanese established a court in Samprangan, which later moved east to Gelgel and Klungkung. No Entrance Fee
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