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Bali Monkey Forest, Mengwi Temple, and Tanah Lot Afternoon Tour

Bali Monkey Forest, Mengwi Temple, and Tanah Lot Afternoon Tour
Cultural & Theme Tours > Historical & Heritage Tours > Heritage Tour
$59
Duration: 5 hours 30 minutes
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Description

Stroll through traditional Balinese countryside then relax with refreshments. On to the Royal Temple of Mengwi - Pura Taman Ayun - complete with moat, shrines and carved gates. Visit the sacred Monkey Forest, a cluster of towering trees, home to hundreds of monkeys and experience the famous 16th century "Sunset Temple" of Tanah Lot to marvel at this sacred spot 200 meters off shore.

On this tour you will take journey into the countryside by coach and make a stop to take a short walk (approx. 300 meters) through Scenic Terraced Rice Paddies. Cultivated in unique Balinese style, surrounded by coconut trees and tropical horticultural plants including sweet potatoes and tapioca. At the end of your stroll, relax in a Balinese pavilion and sample traditional Indonesian fried tapioca and sweet potato together with mineral water, tea or coffee.

After leaving the village of Gulingan, you will drive along to the Royal Temple of Mengwi - Pura Taman Ayun. Dating from 1634, this picturesque complex surrounded by a moat with multi-roofed meru shrines and intricately carved wooden gates.

You will then proceed to the sacred Monkey Forest, a cluster of towering trees which is home to hundreds of monkeys.

Last stop is Tanah Lot, famous in Bali as the Sunset Temple. Experience the sunset beyond the black lava towers of the sacred 16th century temple, built on a lava rock 200 meters off shore.

Stroll through traditional Balinese countryside then relax with refreshments. On to the Royal Temple of Mengwi - Pura Taman Ayun - complete with moat, shrines and carved gates. Visit the sacred Monkey Forest, a cluster of towering trees, home to hundreds of monkeys and experience the famous 16th century "Sunset Temple" of Tanah Lot to marvel at this sacred spot 200 meters off shore.