Singaraja City Tour

Price : IDR 550.000/car (duration 8 hours)
Extra Hours : IDR 50.000/hour
Included : Comfortable car, Fuel, Car parking fee, English speaking driver and mineral water.
Excluded : Your Meal and Entrance ticket.

Tour itinerary :

Traditional market
Singaraja has Traditional Market ” Anyar Market ” which is a thickness with Balinese culture. This market located on Diponegoro street. So many local people and Tourist come here to buy something like traditional Balinese food, Vegetables, and fruits, etc. This traditional market also sells clothes, shoes, and sandals for adults and children. A lot of choices are available here at a good price also.

Chinese temple
Ling Gwan Kiong is an old Singaraja Chinese temple that forms part of the now defunct seaport complex in Singaraja, North Bali. The temple is within only short walk away from the seaside Pura Segara temple, another landmark in the area, and a 15-minute drive east from Lovina Beach.

Buleleng Ex Harbour
It is situated on the northern coast in Singaraja. In the old days when Singaraja was the capital of Nusa Tenggara Province Singaraja was an important shipping centre. The decision to move the capital of Bali from the north to the south of Bali, after Nusa Tenggara was divided into three provinces, made Buleleng Harbour less important.

Sekumpul waterfall
Sekumpul waterfall is located in North bali with natural surrounding. left by large trees as well as incredible views of rice terraces welcome you upon arrival there. If the rainy season appears 5 waterfall here. Travelers not wrong to describe this place as in entering the differently world.

Buleleng Museum
Centuries ago when the Buleleng was still ruled by the kingdom, many valuables are still stored until today in The Buleleng Museum located downtown in Singaraja.

All prehistoric objects stored in this museum is the result of the findings by a team of archaeologists formed by the local government of Buleleng at that time.

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