Bali World Heritage Tours

Enjoy the greenery and breathtaking rice field in Jatiluwih (Recognized as world heritages by UNESCO 2012) and witness the stunning sunset overlooking Indian Ocean at Tanah Lot Temple

Bali World Heritages Rate

60 US$ / 2 Persons

70 US$ / 3 to 6 Persons

Entrance fees is excluded

10.00 Leave the hotel


No Cancelation Fees

No deposit required. You can cancel the tour anytime you want with no cancelation fees

World Heritage Tour Itinerary

World Heritage Tour Inclusion

  • 10.00 Leave the hotel.
  • 11.00 Mengwi – Royal Family Temple ( Taman Ayun).
  • 12.30 Bedugul – Lake Beratan & its Lake Temple.
  • 13.30 Candi kuning – Fruit and Flower Market.
  • 14.00 Pacung – Ricefield View (Lunch)
  • 16.00 Jatiluwih Rice Field.
  • 17.30 Beraban – Tanah Lot (Ocean view).
  • 20.00 Back to hotel.

  • Our Driving And Guiding
  • Comfortable Air Conditioned Vehicle With Petrol
  • The Necessary Balinese Dress And A Guarantee In Your Satisfaction
  • Reliable Tour Guide And Driver
  • Double Blower Air Conditioned Vehicle With Petrol
  • Mineral Water
  • Parking Fee

"Bali World Heritages"

Also known as Tanah Lot and Jatiluwih Tour.

Great tour excursion which is combining two must see temples in Bali called Ulundanu Beratan in Lake Beratan and Tanah Lot Temple with two world heritage sites as stated on July 2012 by UNESCO called Pura Taman Ayun and Subak Jatiluwih (Bali traditional irigation system aplied at Jatiluwih Rice filed).

Our local guide will pick you up at your lobby hotel. Then you will be driven to Pura Taman Ayun in Mengwi which is newly stated as a world heritage found in Bali.

The next destination will be visiting Lake Beratan where you can explore th beauty of bothanical garden, Pura Ulundanu Beratan, and Lake Beratan.

After visiting this beautiful beautiful place, the next stop will be at Pacung Rice Field where the lunch overlooking rice terace view will be served.

After having your lunch, the trip will be continued to explore a village called Jatiluwih. A beautiful village which still preserving the way they irigating their rice field called Subak.

Subak is well known as traditional irigation system in Bali.

The village of Jatiluwih has become more popular after being stated as one of word heritages by UNESCO in July 2012.

The trip will be completed by visiting Tanah Lot Temple to witness stunning sunset overlooking Indian Ocean.