Bali’s West Coast combines spectacular scenery, thriving local communities and sacred religious sites. Discover it all on this great West Coast tour.
Take a trip to Ulun Danu, an amazing eleven-tier thatched roof Buddhist temple dedicated to Dewi Danau, the Goddess of water. You will find beautifully landscaped gardens with an abundance of flowering plants around the temple.
In the sacred monkey forest of Alas Kedaton, you will come across huge bats hanging low from the branches and numerous monkeys guarding a sacred temple in the region.
The floating Tanah Lot temple is built on a volcanic out-crop on Bali’s rugged west coast. The temple is believed to be guarded by large sea snakes that reside in caves below the waterline.