First stop will see the Barong and Keris Dance at Suwung Village.
Second stop is Elephant Cave .The main highlights of this place are the short cave with the massive carved face entrance and the holy pools. Visitors will go into the cave, spending several minutes in the darkness checking out the Shiva lingga (Hindu stone phallic symbols representing fertility) at the end, before exiting to take holy water.
Third stop at Tirta Empul or Spring Water Temple, it's located in Tampaksiring region near Gunung Kawi Temple. The temple was built around the springs and special bathing-pools. In the inner courtyard there is clear slate-blue spring water bubbling up into it! s own enclosed rectangular pool through a sedimentary layer of black sand. In Balinese legend this spring water was created by deity Indra, when he fighting with the Mayadenawa King. This place now very crowded with the people when the secret day for bath special ritual called in Balinese melukat.
We also stop at a coffee plantations, where you able to sample local blends. These included the prized Kopi Luwak, or beans that have been eaten by the civet cat, not-really-digested, then pooped out, collected up, cleaned, roasted and ground for our drinking pleasure.
The fifth stop is Kintamani Village for buffet lunch and enjoying spectacular view of Mount Batur and Lake Batur. Mount Batur has eruption several time already, the biggest eruption was 1926 destroyed the Batur Village. This village it was near the lake and now they move to the top. The black lava was the eruption in 1974. This is still active Volcano smoking all the time. Kintamani is very popular and famous, its a MUST visit place while tour in Bali.
Village Celuk, Mas, Batuan
Tegalalang Village, to witness the amazing view of rice paddy terraces. This village also well known with the handicrafts centre, especially for wholesale and export. A long of the road you will see a lot of the shops, they sell variety of painted woodcarvings with color full designed. The painted woodcarvings product is made from very light wood with reasonable prices; and they do sell theirs handicrafts for retail too.
Ubud Monkey Forest is a small rain forest dwelt by some group of monkeys pertained to long tail and other tropical animals. Located in the hearth of Ubud Village