Tours, Suggestions of visits, sightseeings and activities
- Ulun Danau And The Market Of Bedugul
- Besakih, rice field terrace road of Sidemen and Klungkung
- Taman Ayun And Tanah Lot
- Gianyar and its surroundings
- Ulu Watu and Nusa Dua
- The Moon of Pejeng, Yeh Pulu and Petulu
- Galleries of Sculpture, Paintings, Jewelry and agricultural tourism
- Goa Lawah, Candi Dasa, Tenganan and Lempuyang
- Amed, Ujung et Tirtagganga
- Mount Batur and Handicraft shops of Tegallalang
- Parc des papillons, Batukaru et Jati Luwih
- Trekking In The Ricefields and jungle around Bangkiang Sidem
- Sanur and its beach
- Kuta and its surfers' Beach
- Ubud painting museums
- Amed, Pemuteran, Lovina, Lembongan, Gili...
- Some possible loops
- More sports, more fauna and flora...
- Cultural and religious life
- Art, dance, yoga...
- Massages et spas
- Ateliers de cuisine
- Shows and life by night
In Bali, it is just impossible to be bored!
A multitude of tours, activities and shows are available to you.
The list below is far from beeing exhaustive and many combinations are possible.
All these destinations are easy to access from Pariliana.
By completing this reading with a guide, this list can help you prepare for your stay.
If you wish we will be happy to help you establish your own program
for which we can serve as a driver, guide and interpreter.
(Whether you are one or up to six people, the price of an excursion is prorated to 1,200,000 Rp. / 8 hours
(about 78 €) either 150 000 Rp. (about 9.8 €) / hour (rate of 1 € for 15 350 Rp., October 2019) for the group.
This price includes: taxes, car, gasoline, driver, guide and interpreter, his/her meal and entries to temples.
NB: Your meals and your tickets are not included in the price of the tour.
The guide eats on his side unless you want to have lunch with him/her in local restaurants...)
Ubud, the religious, cultural and artistic capital of Bali. Visit of its streets, shops, market -famous for handicraft works- (pasar), the King's Palace (Puri), the Monkey forest... Recommended lunch in a restaurant in the middle of rice fields...
Think of a departure around 9:30 am in order to visit the market at its opening.
It is possible to come back walking (about 30 minutes) by the path of the "bukit" (ridge walk). Your driver and guide shows you the beginning of the path which directly leads to Villa Pariliana and goes back home alone with your shopping bags in the car.
Driving in the countryside around Bangkiang Sidem in direction of Taro, Tampaksiring and the rice fields terraces of Tegallalang.
Visits of the temple "Gunung Kawi Bedulu". Recommended lunch in a restaurant overlooking on the Tegallalang terraces. Visit of the temple "Tirta Empul", then visit of the very interesting "Gunung Kawi" royal monuments at Tampaksiring, going down to a riverside by stairs lined by souvenir and handicraft shops.
Think of a departure around 9:30 am .Bring a sarong and a belt. (If you do not have one, you can rent it for only a few rupiahs at the entrance of the temple.)
Ulun Danau And The Market Of Bedugul
Visit of one of the most famous temple of Bali: "Ulun Danau", on the Lake Bratan (Mont Catur caldeira) then the fruit, vegetables and handicraft works market of Bedugul. Recommended lunch at a restaurant specialized in strawberries.
If the weather is clear it is possible to drive around the Buyan and Tambligan Lakes. It is also possible to get in a prahu or another boat on the Lake Bratan...
If you're interested in botanic, the biggest botanical garden of Bali "Kebun Raya" can be visted. There you can go tree climbing.
Think of a departure around 9:00 am, a light jacket and an umbrella/parasol.
Besakih, rice field terrace road of Sidemen and Klungkung
Visit of the mother temple of Bali, "Besakih", on Mount Agung. On the way out or back, take the Sidemen terraces route. Recommended lunch with panoramic views of Klungkung Bay or panoramic view of the rice fields in Iseh or Sidemen. Finally visit Klungkung with its monument to the deads, the Kerta Gosa (former Klungkung Palace), its museum and its fabric market.
Plan a departure around 9:00, a light jacket, an umbrella, a sarong and a belt.
Taman Ayun And Tanah Lot
Visit of the "Taman Ayun" royal temple in Mengwi then "Tanah Lot", the famous temple on a small island by the sea. Handicraft and souvenir shops (some with fixed prices) all along the walking road to get there. Recommended lunch in a restaurant in front of the sea and the temple.
Think of a departure around 9:00 am, a parasol. (Good place for buying postcards.)
Gianyar and its surroundings
Visit Goa Gajah, the "elephant cave", then walk on the black sand beach of Pantai Lebih, with traditional fishermen on "prahu" of all colors. Recommended lunch on the beach: spicy seafood, delicious ... then visit the Gianyar local market and buy "babi guling" (spicy roasted pork) and jajan (sweet Balinese specialties) to take away for dinner.
Plan a departure around 9 or 10am, a swimsuit and a towel if you want to enjoy
the beautiful pool by the sea.
Ulu Watu and Nusa Dua
Visit of the remarkable temple of Ulu Watu on the "Bukit Badung" peninsula in the south of Bali. Lunch recommended on the beach of Padang-padang or the one of Jimbaran. Then afternoon on the beach of Ulu Watu or the one, protected by a coral reef, of Nusa Dua.
Plan a departure around 9:00, a sarong and a belt, a swimsuit and a towel and sunscreen.
Goa Lawah, Candi Dasa, Tenganan and Lempuyang
Visit of Goa Lawah, at the rentrance of a cave with its roof covered with bats, facing the sea. Lunch recommended in one of the restaurants with a traditional menu consisting only of fish. Photo of Padang Bai Bay in Candi Dasa, a small seaside resort in eastern Bali. Afternoon in Tenganan, traditional village of Bali agas.
Plan a departure around 10:00, a sarong and a belt.
NB: the day can either start or end with a visit to the temple of Lempuyang with a magnificent view of Mount Agung when the sky is clear. In this case it will obviously be necessary to leave earlier.
Amed, Ujung et Tirtagganga
Objective: go to Amed for lunch on the beach and have a swim and / or snorkeling.
On the road, visit of the Ujung Palace and on the way back, visit the "water" gardens of Tirtagganga Palace.
Plan a departure around 8 or 9:00. Bring: swimsuit, towel, mask and snorkel if you have your own equipment (possible rental of mask and snorkel at the recommended restaurant for about € 3). Do not hesitate to take (from your country because we do not find some in Bali) small plastic slippers
to protect your feet on the beach and in the water.
Mount Batur and Handicraft shops of Tegallalang
Road to the caldera of Mount Batur. Take a look at the panorama in Penelokan to take pictures. Opportunity to visit the highest temple in Bali (Pura Puncak Penulisan) with views of 3 of Bali's 4 sacred mountains, in a row and the north coast of Bali just 10 km away.
Lunch either in one of the panoramic restaurants of Penolakan (negotiate the price of buffets ...).
Either descent to the heart of the caldera with a stop at the lake (miraculous tower on the lake) and lunch in a small restaurant in Toya Bunkah with bath in the hot springs of Batur (the most pleasant of Bali!)
Return by craftsmen and exporters road of Tegallalang. Stops at the craft shops that interest you.
Expect a departure around 9:30, a little wool and bathing suit (100 or 150 000 Rp. Per person, depending on where you go, for bathing in warm water.)
Parc des papillons, Batukaru et Jati Luwih
Beautiful loop to the north-west center of Bali with the visit of the Wanasari butterfly and sticks park, the visit of the temple of Batukaru, (the most sacred temple of western Bali on Mount Batukaru). Small road that winds along the mountainside on the splendid rice terraces of Jati Luwih. Lunch recommended in front of the panorama of the rice terraces of Jati Luwih. Then walk in the rice fields. (If you do not go for a walk in the rice fields, the tour can continue with the visit of Ulun Danu Bratan temple in Bedugul.)
Plan a departure around 9:00, a sarong and a belt.
NB .: Children who have not yet lost their first tooth and mothers whose child has not yet had their first tooth are not allowed to enter the temple ... In this case we take turns with children who stay outside the temple during the visit.
Trekking In The Ricefields and jungle around Bangkiang Sidem
Walk in the rice fields around Pariliana with a descent into the jungle to a small wobbly bamboo bridge to cross the river (for the most valiant. If not, the path of the walk can be changed to be accessible to all).
Walk about 2 hours with explanations given by your guide on all that and those you meet (fauna, flora, farmers in the rice fields ...). It is to discover the real Bali, the unsuspected but real life of still the major part of Balinese.
(See the Services section.)
Use walking shoes (simple tennis or closed shoes will do) and clothes that do not fear the slush. Departure in the early morning at 6 or 7:30 am.
Sanur and its beach
Sanur Beach is the closest beach to swim in Ubud. Walk on the waterfront and have lunch on the beach. Swimming, paddle and sunbath on deckchairs. Shopping in the small town without forgetting the visit of the museum Le Mayeur (Belgian painter) ...
Departure advised around 10:00. Provide a swimsuit, a towel and sunscreen.
Some possible loops
- Goa Gajah, Pantai Lebih, Goa Lawah, Candi Dasa, Tenganan
- Gunung Kawi Sebatu, Gunung Kawi Tampaksiring, Tirta Empul, Mont Batur, Besakih
- Taman Ayun, Tanah Lot, Jati Luwih, Ulun Danau, Bedugul
"We can do it !" but for this type of loop tours plan a departure at 8 am and a return to the night. (NB: at the latest it is night at 19:00 in Bali.)
More sports, more fauna and flora...
- Opportunities to go rafting on the Ayung River near Ubud, scuba diving, snorkeling, surfing, cycling, trekking, seeing dolphins, to do a day of fishing at sea on a prahu, tree top in the Botanical garden of Begudul...
- Possibilities to visit: the Bali Bird Park, Reptile Park, Botanical Garden, Gianyar Zoo, Safari and Marine Park, Butterfly Parc, Elephant Park...
Cultural and religious life
For the cultural life there is the life of our village, the ceremonies in the temples and often even in Bangkiang Sidem ...
While strolling in the village you will be able to possibly initiate you to the Gamelan (traditional Balinese orchestra), to the making of the offerings (Banten) and especially to go to meet the Balinese ones and to attend religious ceremonies at the private ones when there are some.
Massages et spas
Not a baby, not a painful back that is not massaged with family...
A true cultural institution, massages are part of everyday life of the Balinese.
You can have a massage anywhere in Bali, in the middle of rice fields, in the heart of Ubud or at home by appointment, directly in your room or in your garden...
(Prices often vary between 100,000 and 150,000 Rp. (6 to 9 €) for a one-hour massage.)
Ateliers de cuisine
And always, of course, the opportunity to introduce you to the secrets of Asian cuisine with our Chef.
(See section: Wayan's Cooking Lessons)