VW Safari Penglipuran Village and Tampak Siring Expedition are exclusive trip programs using Volkswagen convertible cars. This tour program brings you to explore traditional Penglipuran villages where pure natures and friendly local people are living there. Moreover, Penglipuran Tampak Siring Expedition is a full day trip to give you a memorable experience during your vacation on this island. Thus, these VW Safari Penglipuran Village Tours exclusively tours are different from usual daily tour activities.
This trip will pass through the village along the Sukawati and Blahbatuh until the stopover at the traditional market in the town. Hence, you will have the experience to explore the traditional market to meeting local people doing business at the market. Afterwards, the trip continues to visit Kehen Temple passing through Tengahan Village and Demulih Village. And then, you will visit a beautiful ancient village called Penglipuran. Afterwards, we explore the bamboo forest and drove smoothly to visit Tampak Siring. In the afternoon, lunch is served at a local restaurant before visiting Gunung Kawi Temple. In the end, drive back to the hotel and estimate arrival time at 17:00 pm. An interesting trip, doesn’t it?
Gianyar Traditional Market is the first stop point during Penglipuran Tampak Siring Expedition. Furthermore, it is a unique thing to visit on this trip. Furthermore, you will discover the local Balinese merchants and buyers who do the transaction at this market. And also, you will have the opportunity to explore the market and see the daily activities of the merchants and buyers. They display their own products mostly for daily consumption. Meanwhile, the buyers are striving to bargain the prices to get a deal. It is something unique and unusual seen on this planet where you can find it here.
Kehen Temple is a beautiful Hindu temple in the foothills, south part of Bangli Regency. Furthermore, it is about 45 Km from Denpasar town. There is a Panyimpenan Temple building to keep 3 inscriptions relating to its contents and temple existence. Since the location of this temple is on high land, therefore we can see the beautiful view surrounding it. It is a famous temple in Bali as well as many visitors from foreign countries visit this site. Therefore, our Penglipuran Tampak Siring Expedition will encourage you to visit this temple.
Penglipuran Village is a traditional countryside owning unique characteristics of life, socializing as well as culture. The location of this village is Kubu Village, Bangli Sub district and Bangli Regency. The natural nature and environments of the countryside are designating the pittance touch of modernization influence. Meanwhile, the cool atmosphere surrounds the countryside since it is set at a height of land about 700 m above sea level. Furthermore, this countryside is taken away from the word Pengeling Pura according to the history of all old doyens. Peeling Pura means remembering to ancestor. However, there is also a telling that the word Penglipur mean the entertainer. Therefore, it is the top point to visit during the Penglipuran village Tampak Siring Expedition.
Tampak Siring Temple or Bali Holy Spring Temple is a holy spring water temple in Tampak Siring Village. It is located in Gianyar regency and it is about 39 km eastwards from Denpasar town. Furthermore, the local people also call this temple a Tirta Empul Temple. It is set in the dale and encircled by the hill. Meanwhile, there is an Indonesian President's palace that the first president had built located on the west side of this temple. The name of Tirta Empul is loaded in an inscription which is kept at Sakenan Temple, Manukaya village, Sub district of Tampak Siring, about 3 km from Tirta Empul Temple. Therefore, this site is also the main stop point during Penglipuran Tampak Siring Expedition.
Gunung Kawi is a Hindu Temple complex with old omissions from the stone era in Gianyar regency. Based on the inscription of Tengkulak A on 945 Saka (Balinese calendar) that was released by the Marakata King. Gunung Kawi Temple is the ancient omission complex at Pekerisan River called by Katyangan Amarawati. Persian River is also named by Jalu according to the inscription chiselled above of the biggest temple door sound 'Haji Lumahing Jalu'. Therefore, this site is interesting to visit during the Penglipuran Tampak Siring Expedition.