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5 nights

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About this tour

Exploration Bali Tour Package 5 Days 4 Nights

Bali is a popular tourist destination and one of the 17,508 islands that make up the Indonesian archipelago. It is located in Southeast Asia, between Java to the west and Lombok to the east. Here are some key aspects about Bali

Experience the enchanting beauty of Bali trip with our curated 4-night package, providing a perfect blend of relaxation and adventure. Your accommodation at Quest Hotel Kuta by ASTON sets the stage for a comfortable stay, complemented by a series of private tours and exciting activities.

Bali Culture and Religion

Bali is known for its unique and vibrant culture, which is heavily influenced by Balinese Hinduism. The island is dotted with numerous temples, and traditional ceremonies and festivals are an integral part of Balinese life.

The Balinese people are known for their arts and crafts, including traditional dance, music, painting, and intricate wood carvings.

Bali Temples

Bali is home to numerous temples, each with its own unique architecture and significance. Some notable temples include Uluwatu Temple, Tanah Lot, Besakih Temple (the largest and holiest temple on the island), and Tirta Empul.

Bali Yoga and Wellness

Bali has become a popular destination for wellness retreats and yoga enthusiasts. Ubud, in particular, is known for its yoga studios, holistic wellness centers, and spas.

Bali Tourism

Bali is a major tourist destination, attracting millions of visitors each year. Its stunning beaches, lush landscapes, and rich cultural heritage make it a sought-after destination for travelers.

Popular tourist areas include Kuta, Seminyak, Ubud, and Nusa Dua. Each area offers a different experience, from lively nightlife and surfing in Kuta to the artistic and tranquil atmosphere of Ubud.

Bali Natural Beauty

Bali boasts diverse landscapes, including volcanic mountains, rice terraces, and pristine beaches. Mount Agung is the highest point on the island and holds spiritual significance for the Balinese people.
The island is known for its terraced rice paddies, such as the Tegallalang Rice Terraces in Ubud, which showcase traditional Balinese farming practices.

Cuisine of Bali

Balinese cuisine is flavorful and diverse, with a focus on rice as a staple. Some popular dishes include Nasi Goreng (fried rice), Babi Guling (suckling pig), Bebek Betutu (slow-cooked duck), and Lawar (a mix containing meat, vegetables, grated coconut, and spices).


Enjoy a 4-night stay at Quest Hotel Kuta by ASTON, strategically located in the heart of Kuta for easy access to vibrant attractions and serene beaches.

Private Airport Transfers

Begin your journey stress-free with a private transfer from the airport to the hotel. Our chauffeur will ensure a smooth and comfortable ride to Kuta, Legian, or Tuban Kuta.

Ubud and Kintamani Exploration (Private)

Immerse yourself in Bali’s cultural heartland with a private tour to Ubud and Kintamani. Witness the breathtaking landscapes, explore local markets, and indulge in the unique charm of these iconic destinations.

Water Sports Adventure (Seat in Coach Transfers)

Dive into the vibrant underwater world with an exhilarating water sports package. Experience a Glass Bottom Boat ride, visit Turtle Island, and embark on an unforgettable snorkeling adventure. Seat in coach transfers ensure a hassle-free journey.

Uluwatu and Kecak Dance (Private)

Witness the captivating Uluwatu Temple perched on a cliff, followed by the mesmerizing Kecak dance. This private tour promises an evening filled with cultural richness and stunning ocean views.

Mengwi – Alas Kedaton – Tanah Lot Sunset (Private)

Explore Mengwi’s royal temple, encounter friendly monkeys at Alas Kedaton Monkey Forest, and witness a breathtaking Tanah Lot sunset. This private tour ensures an intimate experience of Bali’s cultural and natural wonders.

Private Airport Transfer (Kuta, Legian, Tuban Kuta)

Conclude your Bali adventure with a private transfer from the hotel to the airport. Relax and reminisce about your unforgettable experiences as you bid farewell to the Island of Gods.

Daily Breakfast

Start each day with a delicious breakfast, included for all 4 mornings of your stay at Quest Hotel

Kuta by ASTON

Embark on this thoughtfully crafted package, where each element is designed to offer you an immersive and memorable Bali experience. From cultural explorations to thrilling water sports, this itinerary ensures you capture the essence of this tropical paradise. Discover Bali with comfort, convenience, and a touch of luxury. Your Bali adventure awaits!


Best time to Visit Bali

Uncover the Mysteries of Bali: The Optimal Time to Go

Travelers are drawn to Bali, the Island of Gods, by its varied scenery and lively culture, which combine to provide an enthralling experience all year long. The dry season, which runs from April to October, is the best time to go because of the bright days, comfortable temperatures, and reduced humidity. The weather is perfect during these months to visit Bali’s breathtaking beaches, verdant rice terraces, and historic temples.

The dry season is ideal for water sports and relaxing beach days for beachgoers and water enthusiasts since it guarantees bright sky and calm waves. In case you’re fascinated by Bali’s abundant vegetation, you should know that the island becomes a tropical paradise during the wet season, which spans from November to March.

Selecting the ideal Best time to visit Bali guarantees a spectacular and unforgettable experience catered to your tastes, whether you’re looking for adventure, cultural immersion, or relaxation.


How to reach Bali

Set Out on Your Bali Adventure: Making Your Way to the Island of Gods

Arriving in Bali, Indonesia’s tropical gem, is a thrilling aspect of your journey. The main entry point is Ngurah Rai International Airport, commonly referred to as Denpasar Airport. Bali is easily accessible because of direct flights from major hubs and its excellent connections to major cities globally.

Domestic flights from major cities such as Jakarta, Surabaya, and others offer quick access for individuals who are already in Indonesia. As an alternative, ferries from Java offer sea transportation.

From the airport, you can get to your intended location on the island using a variety of transportation options, like ride-sharing services and taxis. Ground transportation is quick and easy in Bali because of its well-maintained road system, which lets you start exploring the island right away.

As you arrive on this enthralling island, where friendly greetings and stunning scenery await, get ready for a smooth voyage. Bali is the start of an incredible journey, not just a place to visit.


Things to do in Bali

Bali is a popular tourist destination known for its beautiful beaches, vibrant culture, lush landscapes, and spiritual atmosphere. Here are some things you can do in Bali

Visit Ubud: Known as the cultural heart of Bali, Ubud offers art galleries, traditional Balinese dance performances, and the famous Monkey Forest.

Explore Temples: Bali is home to numerous temples. Don’t miss the iconic Tanah Lot, Uluwatu, and Besakih temples.

Relax on the Beaches: Enjoy the sun and surf on Bali’s stunning beaches. Popular ones include Kuta, Seminyak, Nusa Dua, and Sanur.

Rice Terraces: Witness the breathtaking landscapes of Tegallalang Rice Terraces in Ubud or Jatiluwih Rice Terraces, a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Water Temples: Visit Tirta Empul, a holy water temple where locals and tourists participate in purification rituals.

Snorkeling and Diving: Explore Bali’s rich marine life by snorkeling or diving. Amed and Menjangan Island are popular diving spots.

Mount Batur Sunrise Trek: Hike to the summit of Mount Batur for a spectacular sunrise view. It’s a moderate trek and offers stunning vistas of the surrounding landscapes.

Waterfalls: Discover Bali’s beautiful waterfalls like Tegenungan, Sekumpul, and Gitgit, each with its unique charm.

Spa and Wellness: Indulge in Balinese spa treatments and massages. Many resorts and spas offer traditional healing techniques.

Try Balinese Cuisine: Sample local dishes like Nasi Goreng, Babi Guling (suckling pig), and Bebek Betutu (slow-cooked duck).

Cycling Tours: Explore the countryside on a bicycle tour, passing through rice fields, traditional villages, and scenic landscapes.

Shopping: Visit markets like Ubud Market and Sukawati Art Market for traditional Balinese crafts, textiles, and souvenirs.

Attend a Traditional Dance Performance: Witness captivating Balinese dance performances showcasing the island’s rich cultural heritage.

Elephant Safari Park: Visit the Bali Elephant Safari Park in Ubud to interact with elephants and enjoy safari rides.

Island Hopping: Explore the nearby Gili Islands or Nusa Islands for more beach and water activities.



  • Stay for 4 nights at Quest Hotel Kuta by ASTON
  • Private Transfer from Airport to Hotel - Kuta, Legian, Tuban Kuta
  • Ubud and Kintamani - Private
  • Water Sports - Glass Bottom Boat + Turtle Island + Snorkeling (Seat in Coach Transfers)
  • Uluwatu and Kecak dance -Balinese Dance and Arts
  • Traditional Balinese dance is a significant cultural expression and is often performed during religious ceremonies and festivals. The dances typically depict stories from Hindu epics.
  • Balinese arts include a variety of traditional and contemporary forms, including painting, sculpture, and batik. Private Basis
  • Mengwi - Alas Kedaton - Tanah Lot Sunset - Private
  • Private Transfer from Hotel to Airport - Kuta, Legian, Tuban Kuta
  • Breakfast included on 4 days


  • Stay for 5 nights at Quest Hotel Kuta by ASTON
  • Private Transfer from Airport to Hotel - Kuta, Legian, Tuban Kuta
  • Barong Dance and Kintamani Tour (Goa Gajah, Celuk, Mas, Mount Batur, Tirta Empul) - Private
  • Water Sports - Glass Bottom Boat + Turtle Island + Snorkling (Seat in Coach Transfers)
  • Uluwatu and Kecak dance - Private Basis
  • Mengwi - Alas Kedaton - Tanah Lot Sunset - Private
  • North Bali with Rice Terraces (Jatiluwih, Bedugul with Taman Ayun) - Private
  • Private Transfer from Hotel to Airport - Kuta, Legian, Tuban Kuta
  • Passport fees, immunization costs, city taxes at the hotel and local departure taxes (wherever applicable)
  • Optional enhancements like room or flight upgrades, or local camera or video fees
  • Additional sightseeing, activities and experiences outside of the itinerary
  • Early check-in or late check-out from hotels (unless otherwise specified)
  • Breakfast, lunches, dinners and drinks (alcoholic and non-alcoholic), unless specified in the itinerary
  • Any international and/or domestic flights, unless explicitly mentioned as an inclusion
  • Excess baggage charges, and where applicable, baggage not included in your fare
  • Tips for services and experiences
  • Any Visa required, unless mentioned as an inclusion
  • Read useful information and terms for more on what is included and excluded


Arrival at Bali International Airport Ngurah Rai (DPS). Our representative will welcome you at the airport then transfer to your hotel.

Private Transfer from Airport to Hotel - Kuta, Legian, Tuban Kuta

Have breakfast at the hotel and proceed for full day tour of Ubud and Kintamani. With the smoky Agung Volcano in the backdrop, Mount and Lake Batur will keep you mesmerised. Take a stop to watch the famous Barong and Keris dance performance at Singapadu Village. Visit Celuk the center of gold and silver works, Mas the center of woodcarvings, Ubud the center of Balinese paintings, Goa Gajah (elephant cave) and the holy springs of Tirta Empul at Tampaksiring.

Barong Dance and Kintamani Tour (Goa Gajah, Celuk, Mas, Mount Batur, Tirta Empul) - Private

  • Proceed to Tanjung Benoa Beach for water sports, activities include glass bottom boat, turtle farming, and snorkeling.
  • In the evening proceed for tour of Uluwatu Temple. Hanging on a cliff 100 m above the ocean, Uluwatu Temple is a great sight. In the meanwhile, you see the Kecak Dance performed by 50 dancers. Matter of fact, this dance is the only one based on vocals than instrument, dating far back into Balinese history, prior to the use of instruments.

Water Sports - Glass Bottom Boat + Turtle Island + Snorkling (Seat in Coach Transfers)

Uluwatu and Kecak dance - Private Basis

Today's tour, you will be taken to Taman Ayun Royal Family Temple at Mengwi Village and there after tour to Alas Kedaton Monkey Forest. Final stop will be at spectacular Tanah Lot Temple which stands proudly inside the ocean on the rock. Shopping time is available on this visit for any kind of Balinese handicraft products good for souvenirs and or for collection. Best recommendation to reach Tanah Lot at least 5 PM for sunset view (if weather permitted).

Mengwi - Alas Kedaton - Tanah Lot Sunset - Private

In the morning proceed for Jatiluwih Rice Terraces in the heart of Tabanan Regency is the best example of Bali's outstanding picturesque rice fields and represent the Subak system as Bali's Cultural Landscape which has been inscribed a UNESCO's World Heritage Site in June 2012. Here, one can be amazed at the wide expanses of terraced, green rice paddies stepped along an entire mountain, from its peak to where its foot meets the sea. Next place is Bedugul, a village in the central highlands famous for its stunning beauty and three lakes. At the nearby Lake Bratan..

North Bali with Rice Terraces (Jatiluwih, Bedugul with Taman Ayun) - Private

Transfer to Bali International Airport Ngurah Rai (DPS).

Private Transfer from Hotel to Airport - Kuta, Legian, Tuban Kuta



Frequently asked questions

The dry season, from April to October, is ideal for sunny days and pleasant weather. However, the wet season (November to March) offers lush landscapes and fewer crowds.

Most visitors receive a free 30-day visa upon arrival. Check your country's specific visa regulations to ensure compliance.

Standard vaccinations like Hepatitis A and B, Typhoid, and Tetanus are recommended. Consult with your healthcare provider for personalized advice.

It's advisable to drink bottled or filtered water to avoid any potential health issues.

The Indonesian Rupiah (IDR) is the local currency. While credit cards are accepted in tourist areas, it's wise to carry cash for local markets and smaller establishments.

Modesty is key. Wear clothing that covers your shoulders and knees when entering temples. Sarongs are often required and can usually be rented or purchased on-site.

Taxis, ride-sharing services, and motorbike rentals are common. Private drivers and guided tours are also popular for exploring the island.

Nasi Goreng (fried rice), Mie Goreng (fried noodles), and Babi Guling (suckling pig) are local favorites. Explore the vibrant street food scene for authentic Balinese flavors.

Balinese people appreciate modesty and respect for their traditions. The traditional greeting is a gesture called "Sembah," where hands are clasped together in a prayer-like position.

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