Tours and Tickets by Di Bali Tour
Private Uluwatu Temple,Kecak Fire Dance Evening Tour with Dinner in Jimbaran bay
There’s no better place to immerse in Balinese culture than Uluwatu Temple, perched atop 230-foot (70-meter) cliffs. Skip the self-drive hassles and let your private driver take the wheel on this door-to-door cultural experience. Watch the sun sink into the ocean, then enjoy a traditional “kecak” dance, complete with shirtless, beatboxing male choir. Finally, feast on fresh-grilled seafood on Jimbaran Beach. Tickets and food are at your own expense.
Private Tour: Jatiluwih Rice Terrace,Ulun danu and Banyu Mala Waterfall Tour
Get acquainted with Bali’s natural and historical treasures on a private full-day tour to the UNESCO-listed Jatiluwih Rice Terraces and Munduk Waterfall from Kuta. Alongside a personal guide, you’ll gaze at the lakeside spectacle of Pura Ulun Danu Bratan and enjoy the powerful cascades of the Munduk Waterfall. Then, absorb the verdant splendor of the UNESCO-listed Jatiluwih Rice Terrace before you visit one of Bali’s most important religious structures, Taman Ayun Temple. On this comprehensive tour, you’ll receive undivided attention from your guide while seeing the best of Bali.
Private Tour: White water rafting, Monkey Forest Ubud and Lunch
Spend the day in Bali’s beautiful natural settings on a private day trip. Start the day with a whitewater rafting excursion down the Ayung River and admire the stunning scenery of Bali. Then enjoy a delicious buffet lunch before heading to the famous Monkey Temple home to over 700 mischievous monkeys. End the tour with a tasting of local tea and coffee before heading back to your hotel.
Parasailing and Uluwatu temple visiting
Combine the thrill of flying above the sea with a visit to a scenic Bali temple – all without distracting strangers or tedious lines to worry about on this private day trip. Start the day with parasailing on the picturesque and popular Nusa Dua Beach. Get personalized coaching from your qualified private instructor and learn how to soar above the sea in your parasail wing. Then head to Uluwatu Temple, famous for its dramatic cliffside location.
Mengwi temple, Monkey forest and Tanah lot temple afternoon tour
Spend the day exploring Bali with guide on a full-day tour. See historic temples and learn about Bali’s communal rice farming techniques. Start the tour with a visit to Mengwi’s royal Taman Ayun temple. Next enter the sacred monkey forest in Tabanan Regency, where over 100 monkeys live. Next admire the lush rice terraces and taste Luwak coffee at a local coffee plantation. Finally, watch the sunset with sea views at the 6th-Century Tanah Lot Temple before returning to your hotel.
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SarkerPinki wrote a review Jul 2020
Dhaka City, Bangladesh4 contributions1 helpful vote
I loved the Uluwatu Temple but not only have objection about the way Di Bali Tour has arranged this tour but also have objection against the person legongayu, who is the Director of Sales at Di Bali Tour. At first, I will talk about my positive experiences with this tour: First of all, Uluwatu Temple is full of scenic beauty. You can go there and have beautiful cliff captures which would definitely make your day. The spectacular environment of the oceanic breeze and the horizontal beauty is something to remember for a lifetime. Secondly, if you are a religious person then you will have a good time at the temple. By religion I am Hindu and so did I. Now I will turn my views towards my objections: Firstly, you should not book this trip from Trip Advisor which the Di Bali Tour would ask you to do. They will tell you that the overall cost would appear on online booking when you book it. The charge is about IDR 906000 (equivalent to $ 65) for 3 people and it is just for your transportation cost with a guide (driver) to Uluwatu. Though the director of sales argued that their “high QUALITY SERVICE guide are licensed, and are able to explain the story of the temple and bali culture”, however, in reality, they just hired some freelance driver to pick and drop us and he could not speak for more than 5 minutes about the history of the temple (if the sales director calls that history). I reckon any taxi driver can do that in Bali. The driver also reported us about not being properly paid by the company. You can go to Uluwatu temple on your own by Gojek/Big Blue at a much cheaper price (i.e. around IDR 284000 equivalent to $20). The sales director perhaps does not understand the point and likes to insult the tourists by writing that if they don’t have money, then they should go with scooter etc. because that suits their budget. That’s really lame. Secondly, the sales director may also be unaware of the purpose of Trip Advisor. Writing a review reveals what to do and what not to do for someone who has not made that trip yet. Probably Di Bali Tour cannot handle negative reviews/suggestions and if you go through their responses given by the sales director to different tourists then you will have an idea what I’m talking about. Thirdly, there is a difference between culture and custom. The Kecak Fire Dance was a poor performance compared to what we have witnessed in other cultural Bali shows such as Night Safari Fire Dance and various other dance performances in the Devdan Show. The performance has little/no music and dancing could have been better. Most importantly, I think the plot of Ramayana was poorly executed. At least two guys instead of girls could play the roles of Shri Rama & Lakhshmana. The performance of Ravana was much appreciated though. On the other hand, the role of Hanuman should have been taken a bit more seriously than putting it into a comedy. But again, perhaps the sales director does not appear to understand that tourists have the right to compare & educate people on different types of tours and he commented directly on my religion (Without knowing my religion). As I am from a Muslim country, he indirectly means the Muslims. That’s a stereotype thinking. Fourth of all, beware of the monkeys. The sales director argued with us that there are “Naughty Monkeys” in temple, however, in reality, it’s a deception and those monkeys can actually become quite aggressive and harmful as I was attacked not once but twice by them. First time while we were walking back from the Kecak Fire Dance show, one monkey jumped from the top of the tree to snatch my spectacles amid the crowd, I shouted out so loud that everyone got frightened. However, it was unsuccessful to snatch it the first time. Next, it most probably followed me and jumped on my shoulder from behind for the second time to snatch my glasses and this time not only took it but also scratched over my left eye. Blood appeared on my skin. Di Bali Tour’s typical quality guide was unable to protect me both the times, if the sales director calls that their Superb Quality Service. We also saw those monkeys snatching other people’s sandals and bags etc. It seems like they are getting desperate for food. I must say the Government of Indonesia should take it more seriously. It has become a classical conditioning type learning that they will attack and snatch something from tourists and from nowhere a guard appears and gives them food and they drop your stuff. Fifthly, RABIES ALERT! the driver tried to convince us that those monkeys are vaccinated but he did not seem sure at all. We asked him to take us to a hospital and we went to Unicare located in Uluwatu where the doctor told me that I was lucky that the monkey couldn’t scratch directly into my eye. Nevertheless I had a TT injection as they said I need it because there was blood on my skin (See the attachment picture). They wanted to give me Rabies immunoglobulin vaccinations too but as I wanted to consult my own doctor, I took those doze after getting back to my country. Di Bali Tour didn’t take any responsibility for this accident when we asked the driver to contact the company. Moreover, even after knowing all these, the sales director did not even apologize for it, instead the person tried to insult our country and here is what he said: “There some naughty monkeys, we knew it thats why we provide a guide to protect the customer. after we checking your booking, we knew you are from country maybe you dont need SERVICE or you dont know the quality of service.” legongayu, Director of Sales at Di Bali Tour, responded on March 13, 2020. Lastly, it appears to me that Di Bali Tour should either hire more active guides for the protection of their tourists or they should arrange an insurance policy to deal with such accidents for the safety of international tourists. In addition, the sales director of Bali seems to be highly unprofessional to reply tourists on Trip Advisor. When I say international tourists it means the communication level of English is should be decent enough to represent Indonesia on an international level. Anyway, I had so many other enjoyable and memorable experiences in my first time 1 week trip to Bali and would love to visit again. I loved the Balinese culture, people in general as they were very lively and co-operative. Namaskar.…
Date of experience: March 2020
1 Helpful vote
Jupiter R wrote a review Mar 2020
15 contributions3 helpful votes
I had an objectionable experience of this trip with Di Bali Tour. First of all, if you want to book it, they will ask you to book it via trip advisor (not by taking your name, hotel address, no of pax etc. what other companies do). They will tell you that the overall cost would appear on online booking when you book it but they will not tell you that the charge which is about IDR 906000 (equivalent to $ 65) is just for your transportation cost to Uluwatu. They will just hire some freelance driver to pick and drop you, that's it. Nothing else is there in their package. This is highly unacceptable where you can reach the Uluwatu temple on your own by Gojek/Big Blue at a much cheaper price (i.e. around IDR 284000 equivalent to $20). If you ask them, they will tell you that the tour itinerary clearly states what's included and excluded. This is kind of weird because every other company provides pick up and drop service for their package including other items in that package. They don't only arrange transportation and charge for it. If you haven't gone through their tour itinerary properly then you will get to know from the driver that you only paid for a transportation arrangement. Moreover, the Kecak fire dance is a disastrous performance. With a plot like Ramayan, they could have done a lot, instead, a group guys keep on making a "Cha-Cha-Cha" sound for more than an hour which is really annoying and will give you a headache. A number of people from the audience tried to leave but they won't even allow you either to leave. They made the performance of Hanuman a comedy as it runs around and through the audience to provide some cheap fun. Disappointing with what they are doing when they could have done it in a much better way with the concept of Ramayan. Instead, if you like cultural performance, then you can go and watch Night Safari fire dance which is 10 times better than this or the Devdan Show at Nusa Dua Theatre which is 100 times better than this. The last but not the least, monkeys in the temple are extremely aggressive that now they have started snatching spectacles, sandals (not only sun glass, camera or phone etc.) for food . It has become a classical conditioning type learning that they will attack and snatch something from tourists and from nowhere a guard appears and gives them food and they drop your stuff. Such a disgusting situation. One of the monkeys literally jumped from the tree on the neck of my friend and scratched her eye to take her spectacles. As a result, she had to take rabies vaccinations. The government of Indonesia must take some drastic action regarding those monkeys. So, in my opinion, if you go to the Uluwatu temple, first of all, go on your own and lastly, always stay in groups with no glasses in your eyes even if you have power (use contact lens instead).…
Date of experience: March 2020
3 Helpful votes
Response from legongayu, Director of Sales at Di Bali Tour
Responded Mar 13, 2020
Dear Valuable Customer We are really appreciate you feedback. Thank You. but here we have to clearly you misleading probably because you comment only one side: 1. First you book with 4 persons that why you have to pay that amount, because our price is per person on the site. 2. We provide with high QUALITY SERVICE all our guide has guides licensed, thats meant: able to explain the story of the temple and bali culture. not only drive. 3. On the site very clear what is INCLUDED and Excluded. if you clear with this site then why you book ? 4. This tour is traditional bali cultural, sunset view and temple on the rock, mean is traditional dance not modern or theater dance. ? We dont a taxi service mean is we dont drive the customer to the destination only without explanation. There some naughty monkeys, we knew it thats why we provide a guide to protect the customer. after we checking your booking, we knew you are from country maybe you dont need SERVICE or you dont know the quality of service. I think you better use taxi or scooter will be suit with you budget then you dont have pay service for the man who guiding and explain you the culture. but once again thank you very much for you comment then we can learn how to provide better service for the customer especially with typical like your country and different culture and also different religion. Many Thanks
Bec McNeill wrote a review Mar 2020
Blackwater, Australia71 contributions3 helpful votes
Our tour of Uluwatu temple was fantastic and was made even better with our tour guide Putu. Amazing views at the temple and the Kecap dance was great to watch, the kids really enjoyed it. Putu is very knowledgeable and answered all the questions we threw at him, very nice guy and made the drive enjoyable for us all…
Cousar6887 wrote a review Mar 2020
Glasgow4 contributions3 helpful votes
From the prompt pick up at our hotel our guide was on point, very knowledgeable on the area and chatted away throughout our trip. He walked us round the temple sharing stories of the culture & meanings of our surroundings. He took time to take the best pictures of us with the most beautiful back drop of the cliffs and ocean. The fire ritual was a must see, maybe slightly long considering it rained the entire time however waterproof ponchos were provided. The dinner overlooking the ocean at the end was super, fresh local seafood prepared and cooked there an then. The only negative from me is the monkeys at the temple are very inquisitive & are known to steal belongings, that for my wife was her phone. Luckily there was a guard on hand to bribe it back with some fruit. All in all we had an excellent tour & the guide was fantastic.…
Date of experience: March 2020
大知 渋 wrote a review Mar 2020
1 contribution1 helpful vote
Putu showed us around the temple and took us to an amazing seafood restaurant. He explained temple, culture and religion. His hospitality was very good. The restaurant’s location and food were amazing. We can ask him whatever you want.
Date of experience: March 2020