North Bali Tour

North Bali’s climate, landscape and history are noticeably different from the south. Bali’s second city and former colonial capital Singaraja is our first stop. Singaraja is home to a busy port, old Dutch colonial buildings and Bali’s largest palm-leaf manuscript collection. These manuscripts are the source of Bali’s ancient wisdom and cover such diverse subjects as religion, medicine and the horoscope. Here you will find the original palm-leaf manuscripts that have been used by Bali’s Brahmin priests for centuries. Next to the palm-leaf museum is the royal museum displaying the regalia of the former raja.

A short drive from the city is Bali’s largest and most beautiful Buddhist monastery and temple; a serene place in the foothills overlooking the Java sea. After visiting the monastery we will have lunch at Lovina beach, Bali’s northern tourist destination- a quieter alternative to the busy south. Finally we head back over the mountains to Ubud.


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