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Bali Tour - Tour
Bali Tour
₹ 26,550
3 Nights 4 Days
Available on request
Bali Tour
₹ 26,550
Bali, a province of Indonesia, holds a prominent place on the bucket list of every travel enthusiast. Blessed with abundant natural beauty, Bali is renowned for its captivating arts scene, encompassing both traditional and contemporary dance forms, exquisite sculptures, vibrant paintings, fine leatherwork, intricate metalworking, and mesmerizing music. Ubud Tour - Best of Ubud - All Inclusive Take a day tour around the Ubud area to check out some of Bali's most popular attractions. Stop at Tegalalang Rice Terrace, Tegenungan Waterfall, Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary, an art market where you can shop for souvenirs, Puri Saren Palace (Ubud Palace), and Tirta Empul Temple, known for its natural springs. Explore Bali with a guide to see some of the island's top sights Admire architecture, learn about the "subak" irrigation system, and see long-tail macaques Hassle-free round-trip transport from select southern Bali locations Private tour provides personalized service read more read less
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Lombok island - Tour
Lombok island
₹ 48,127
3 Nights 4 Days
Available on request
Lombok island
₹ 48,127
If you've savored the delights of Bali and seek a fresh destination, look no further than Lombok Island, its neighbor and a hidden gem waiting to be discovered. Offering a respite from the tourist crowds, Lombok promises an exceptional holiday experience amidst breathtaking natural wonders. Dominated by Indonesia's second largest volcanic peak, Mount Rinjani, the island boasts a wealth of attractions and unparalleled beauty. A tropical getaway on Lombok rivals the luxury of Bali vacations, offering a wealth of unforgettable experiences and cherished memories. In fact, this untouched paradise goes above and beyond, providing extraordinary opportunities for underwater exploration and secluded beach adventures, making it a truly enchanting destination for travelers seeking serenity and adventure alike. read more read less
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Jakarta - Tour
Jakarta
₹ 52,017
3 Nights 4 Days
Available on request
Jakarta
₹ 52,017
Jakarta, the capital city of Indonesia, serves as the heartbeat of the nation, pulsating with cultural, economic, and political significance. Wander leisurely through Kota Baru, also known as Jakarta's Old Town, where the colonial Dutch architecture stands as a testament to Indonesia's pre-independence era. Immerse yourself in the vibrant ambiance of Glodok, Jakarta's historic Chinatown, where the senses are tantalized by an array of sights and smells. Venture towards central Jakarta to marvel at MONAS, the iconic National Monument commemorating Indonesia's struggle for freedom. Discover the allure of the Thousand Islands, or Kepulauan Seribu, an acclaimed beach getaway boasting pristine white sands and crystalline waters. Beyond its historic landmarks, Jakarta beckons with modern delights, including ultra-modern malls and a dynamic nightlife scene. Whether exploring its rich history or indulging in contemporary pleasures, Jakarta offers a diverse tapestry of experiences to captivate every traveler. read more read less
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Belitung - Tour
Belitung
₹ 54,478
3 Nights 4 Days
Available on request
Belitung
₹ 54,478
Belitung, also known as Billiton, is an island situated off the east coast of Sumatra, Indonesia, bordered by the Gaspar Strait and Karimata Strait. The name "Belitung" originates from the local language, meaning "sea slug." Divided into two districts, the island comprises the Billiton District, with Tanjung Pandan as its capital, and the East Belitung District, with Manggar serving as its capital. The island's population primarily consists of the Malay ethnic group, who predominantly speak the Belitung dialect. Additionally, there are communities of Chinese Hokkien and Hakka speakers. For many inhabitants, particularly those residing along the coast, marine products such as fish are integral to their livelihoods, showcasing the island's rich marine resources. Another significant natural resource for the people of Belitung is tin. Tin mining has been a vital industry on the island since the era of the Dutch East Indies, contributing significantly to its economy and heritage.   read more read less
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