On this tour, we’ll visit a few places of interests including Garuda Wisnu Kencana (GWK), a cultural park located in Ungasan before we continue on the road towards Uluwatu. At GWK, you’ll get to see a 120-feet high and a 64-metre width statue of the Garuda Wisnu, the perfect backdrop for a holiday snap.
Next, it’s time to visit some of the limestone peninsular’s most famous beaches; Padang-Padang and Dreamland Beach which are usually packed with surfers and sun-lovers. Padang-Padang is a beautiful hundred-metre stretch of white sand that is accessible via a flight of stairs through a unique hollow rock entrance. Dreamland Beach is also another beach famous for surfing, but nowadays more tourists than surfers can be seen relaxing on the beach of Dreamland.
After a fun time in the sun, it’s time for some culture as we head to Dang Hyang Nirartha Temple in Uluwatu. Dang Hyang Nirartha was a holy priest who came to Bali in the 16th century, who ended his journey and entered nirvana at this temple. Guarded by dozens of monkeys, which are said to be loyal followers of reverend, this temple is also the place to view the beloved Kecak Dance as the sun sets over the limestone cliffs. For dinner, it’s a romantic seafood dinner on the beach at Jimbaran for some world-famous Jimbaran fresh seafood in a casual seaside atmosphere.