Visiting the most attractive activity of these friendly smiling people, the stone sculpture at Batubulan the gold & silver work at Celuk, the woodcarver at work at Batubulan and Mas, the Museum of Art at the village of over 200 painters in Ubud, the old monastery called the Elephant Cave (Goa Gajah) and the centre of Basket works at Bedaulu; continuing to Tampak Siring, to visit the most colorful Temple with its Holly Springs and public bathing situated in beautiful green valley of terraced rice field below the former Presidential Palace. At another spectacular valley (315 descending steps) south of he Holly Spring there is an old Kings Mausoleum of the 11th century carved on cliff on both sides of river Pakerisan.
Continuing you visit the marvelous scenery of the still active volcano Batur and the blue lake of the same name. After driving through ascending landscapes the visitor arrives at an elevation of 4.500 feet, where there is a breathtaking change of outlook of dark, chocolate-brown lava and the magnificent placid, blue water. On the way back you will visit the scared 13th century Kehen Temple, located at an elevation of 2000 feet on a step hillside of Bangli.
Passing villages, terrace of rice field and green mountainous terrain, you are driven eastward through Sukawati, Gianyar and Klungkung to The Mother Temple of Besakih, the oldest and most sacred temple on the island located 3.000 feet up the slope of Mount Agung with its majestic sequences of terraced courts and stair-cases, and its multitude of tall ‘merus’ outlined as black silhouette against the background of the mountain. En-route you will also see the exquisite vista of subtly blended green of the view from the hill of Jambul with its most spectacular development of steep terraced rice fields and the narrow coastal plain beyond. At Klungkung you may visit the ancient courthouse (Kerta Ghosa) or have a look at antique collection in the shops.