On this Bali adventure, encounter a porcupine meeting point, typhoon cave and the Momongan Temple where babies are traditionally blessed.
Enjoy a walk freshened with the glistening touch of morning dew while birds chirp in sweet sing song.
To make Gebogan, translated as Offerings, is to be given an opportunity to touch traditional culture. Learn to arrange the fruit offerings the local way under the practised tutelage of the resort's recreation associates.
A cliff-top temple set on the edge of plateau 250 feet above the Indian Ocean's waves, Uluwatu is Indonesian for Top Stone. The temple is believed to be of megalithic origins and has been dated to the 10th century. Enter this ancient temple from north or south. A small forest at the temple front is home to hundreds of monkeys, believed to be the temple's guardians. Uluwatu temple, known locally as Pura Uluwatu, is believed to protect Bali from evil sea spirits.
Pandawa Beach is located in Kutuh Village about three kilometres from Nusa Dua and Uluwatu Temple. It is known for its stunning panorama and offers visitors a serene and tranquil beach respite.