IDR 1,150,000/day/car

Visiting Bali Island is not enough if you don't try long trip. Bali King Tour offers 2 days surrounds Bali Island tour for 2 days 1 night in Lovina Beach, visit and explore West side, North side and East country side of Bali Island with your patient and happy driver.
Start from your hotel or Bali Airport, where you will tour the coast and seaside, black sand beaches, rice farms, west national park, rottary the mountains, historical temples, enjoy the quiete Lovina Beach, see the dolphin, etc.

Day One



Rambut Siwi Temple

Rambut Siwi Temple is a Balinese seaside temple, about 2 hours 30 minutes from Kuta Beach, located at Yeh Embang Village, Jembrana Regency, on the side the main road Denpasar to Gilimanuk nestled in the rice fields. It is less important tourist destination than the most visited Ubud, Tanah Lot Temple or Uluwatu Temple or Tirta Empul, therefore enjoys a peaceful environment and atmosphere.


Medewi Beach

It is a surfing hot spot beach, a great place to relax. Most visitors stay here for that reason alone.


Pulaki Temple

Pulaki temple is located at Buleleng Regency, set on flat land with rocky outcrops as the backdrop. Pulaki Temple is Balinese seaside temples, set around the island to form a chain of temples which protect the island. Be aware, so many naughty bad monkeys here


Melanting Temple

Melanting Temple is a Goddess of Prosperity for Traders, located just 8 minutes or 2,5 Km from Pulaki Temple. The temple known as a place of worship for traders and entrepreneurs and to ask for prosperity, fertility, salvation and to be launched in the commercial business.


Check in to Lovina Village

After 10 hours exploring half of west side Bali Island, it's time for break and rest with our accommodations in Lovina Village
The hotel is not always the same

Day One Tour Itinerary :

    • Pick up at 09:00
    • Rambut Siwi Temple
    • Medewi Beach
    • Pulaki Temple
    • Melanting Temple
    • Check in to Hotel
    • Book Now

Tour Conditions :

  1. Included :
    • Hotel at Lovina (1 room 2 adults)
    • Breakfast in hotel
    • Boat sharing see the dolphin
    • Entrance tickets
    • Maximum 2 adults + 1 child
    • Additional fees, exceeds > 2 adults
    • English speaking driver
    • Gasoline/Private car
    • Car parking fee
  2. Excluded :
    • sarong
    • Lunch
    • Dinner
    • Tipping for driver

Terms & Conditions :

    • Price USD $100/day/car
    • 50% payment for hotel reservation
    • Price could be change at any time
    • 2-3 star hotel at Lovina
    • Tour duration 10 hours/day
    • No additional tourism spot
    • Pay Cash on Delivery (COD)
    • Pay transfer via ATM

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Day Two



See the Dolphin by Traditional Boat

Wake up at 5 am, get ready in 30 minutes your driver is waiting for you to drive you to the beach. The boat sails at 6 am and come back at 8 am. The wave is prety quite and peace, the sunrise comes up behind the mountain. After 2 hour watching the dolphin, get back to the hotel, take a shower, have your breakfast and get ready to explore another half side of Bali Island.

Beji Temple

Beji Temple located at Sangsit Village, Buleleng Regency, dedicated to the rice goddess "Dewi Sri" and is revered especially by the farmers around the area. Beji Temple is an example of a stereotypical northern Balinese architecture with its relatively heavier decorations than it is soutnern Balinese counterpart and its typical foliage-like carvings.

Tirta Gangga Royal Water Palace

Tirta Gangga is a former Karangasem Royal Water Palace in eastern Bali, about 5 kilometres or 10 minutes from Karangasem Regency. It was built in 1948 by the King of Karangasem. Tirta means the holy water and Gangga is the sacred river Gangga in Hinduism. It is a royal family bathing pools, its cultural and religious significance

Goa Lawah (Bat Cave) Temple

Goa Lawah Temple was established in the 11th century, noted for built around a cave opening which is inhabited by bats, hence its name, the Goa Lawah or bat cave. The temple complex may start as the center of meditation for priests.


Kertagosa was built in 1686 by the King of Klungkung (the first power holder). The building in ancient times had several functions, as a place of trial presided over by the king as the highest judge, as a meeting place for kings in Bali and as a place to perform the Human Ritual ceremony for the sons and daughters of the king.