South Coast Bali Tours

The tour begins to visit Denpasar market. Denpasar is the capital city of Bali Province. The main street of Denpasar is Gajah Mada Street where is the main traditional market located. There are 2 big markets, Pasar Badung and Pasar Kumbasari. Pasar means market. Both of the market have 4 storeys and open 24 hours. The local people are selling local fruits and vegetables, meat and daily food seller. People also sell textile and temple procession equipment. Late evening till early morning the market open in the parking area. In the main street there are a lot of big textiles shops.

Second stop is Museum Bali, this museum originally built in 1910 by Dutch Government. In 20 January 1917 this museum was destroyed by the biggest earthquake in Bali. In 1932 the museum was built again till today. There are 4 main building in south pavilion and it has 2 storeys with collection of pre historic pieces, traditional artifacts and some old painting. The rest of the building shows variety collection of textiles including endek and double ikat gringsing, Barong mask and Keris and many items from the old days.

Third stop is Kuta Beach; Kuta is one district in Badung Regency. It consists of Tuban Village, Kuta Village, Legian Village and Seminyak Village. Tuban village is closed to the airport located. There are also some nice hotels in this area. The central Kuta is the busiest area, with all the shopping mall and small shops. The beach has very good reef especially for surfer beginner and there are many surfing board also available for rent along the beach. There are many choices of hotels from 3 stars to 5 stars deluxe, variety restaurant sell local and international food, nightclub and many activities happening in this area.  It becomes the most popular place to stay for tourists who visit the island.

The forth stop is Nusa Dua Beach, Nusa in Balinese mean island and Dua mean two, there are two small islands in this area. This is another Tourist Resort with wide range white sandy beach in the southern part of Bali. This area offers high international standard brand hotels, private villas and boutique resorts. This area also provides golf course and many kind of water sport. In south part of Nusa Dua there is Geger Beach, a new beach for surfing.

Fifth stop is Uluwatu Temple, Ulu in Balinese mean heart, Watu it's mean stone. This temple was built in 11th century by Javanese priest Empu Kuturan or well known with Empu Raja Kerta. The temple is located in southwestern tip of peninsula, up to the blue sea cliff approximately 100 meters high, the best place to view of the sunset. In 16 centuries another Javanese priest Danghyang Nirartha visit this temple and add more building, he retreated to this temple for his final life, when he attained Moksa or freedom. The temple has very aggressive monkey colony.

The last stop is Jimbaran Bay, Jimbaran located in south of airport, the beach has white sand. The area is originally known as fishing Village with famous fish market. Jimbaran bay is well known with its beach side Sea food Restaurant while you can enjoy the sunset and scenery with a cold drink and a fresh grill fish, entertained by live group music.


  • 2 – 4 pax : USD 65 /pax
  • 5 – 8 pax : USD 55/pax
  • 9 pax - UP : USD 40/px


  • Include: Entrance fee/donation, English speaking guide, Air-conditioned car + driver
  • Optional: Lunch: USD 10-15/pax, Dinner : USD 15 – 30/pax
  • Nusa Dua & Turtle island is not include boat fee to the island.

Terms & Conditions:

  • Rate is net; in US dollar and per person
  • Group booking (13 above) will be quoted on ad-hoc basis
  • Tour will be as per program, unless there are few factors such as bad weather or time, which not permitted for tour to continue. In this case no refund can be allowed. Therefore it is important to follow the tour guide instruction in time constraint to visit each places of interest.