Relax and enjoy the ride as you sit on the back of your vintage Vespa motor scooter!
We will start the tour at the King’s Palace of Amlapura with your exclusive tour behind the scenes. Then we will ride through the streets of Karangasem to visit a black smith making the traditional blades used for ceremonial knives. In a village called Budakling a holy man will show you how he makes the gold gilded decorations for the high priests head dress while you sit and enjoy a Balinese morning tea. Your next stop is Tirtagangga, the Royal swimming gardens, wander around the pools of crystal clear water before entering the temple for a blessing by the local Mangku priest. After a leisurely cruise down to the coast to Taman Ujung water palace, where a Balinese picnic lunch will be served in the pavilion on the water.
START TIME 9.00am FINISH TIME 2.00pm
Our Biking guide, Pak Mudi will drive you up into the small villages in the foot hills of Mount Agung where you will mount your mountain bikes and glide (mostly down hill) through rice fields, snake fruit forests, small towns all the way to Tirtagangga royal swimming gardens, where you can cool off in the crystal clear swimming pool fed by water flowing directly from the holy spring, then enjoy a “Bungkus” or picnic lunch in the gardens of Tirtagangga, cooked by our Chefs at Bali Asli.
START TIME 8.00am FINISH TIME 2.00pm
New adventures and culinary experiences are happening all the time so if you don’t see what you would like to do then call or email us for the latest information
For those who would rather have our chefs cook for them, the adventures can also be enjoyed before returning to Bali Asli for a feast.
Most of our ingredients are either grown in our garden, in our neighbour’s garden or purchased from the local market.
Our menu changes almost every day, depending on what our chefs find at the market early in the morning or from our garden or what our neighbours bring to us on the day.
The menu offers traditional Balinese food prepared in an authentic style kitchen. We cook on wood-fired mud brick stoves, allowing the real flavours of Bali to shine.