Tour 1 : Kampung BNI Kemasan – Kintamani – Lunch – Penglipuran Traditional Villag
Tour start: 08:30am
This tour is designed for a group tour, start and drop off at UNDIKNAS University.
First stop will be at Kampung BNI Kemasan Village, The most favorite place to visit in Klungkung is Desa Kemasan or Kemasan village. This small village is famous of handy-crafts made of silver, gold and its traditional painting of shadow puppet. All visitors can see directly how the locals create the product. The experience is worth forever to check out.
Bank Negara Indonesia (BNI), in carrying out its fourth mission “increasing concern for the Community Responsibility”. Since 2007, Bank Negara Indonesia has achieved empowerment in the economic sector (partnership credit program) and in non-economic fields (environmental development) through the “Kampung BNI” and BNI Go Green” programs in several region of Indonesia including Bali, located at Kampung BNI Kemasan Village in Klungkung Regency.
The ideas of these development programs are perceived by many parties as indicating that BNI has a strong commitment and consistency in building the character of prosperous communities that up hold the principle of sustainability.
Visit while learning how the community base tourism is working and developing rapidly and sustainable.
Tour will be continue to visit Kintamani where one of the three active volcanoes is located and see the magnificent craters and its beautiful lake Batur surrounded, Lunch is provided at local restaurant.
After lunch, continue to visit Penglipuran Village, A well-preserved Traditional Village in Bali
Penglipuran village is a beautiful highland village in the regency of Bangli in East Bali, best known for its well-preserved culture and village layout. While most of its residents have embraced modernity, its individual compounds are well-kept to look traditional with visitors in mind, with manicured gardens lining its single linear stone-paved street that runs through the centre of the village toward the village temple, and age-old arched entrance gates and walls that conceal their houses within. Throughout the years Penglipuran village has evolved into a community based tourism site. Some villagers even run shops inside, and ‘donations’ are customary but not in any way mandatory.
Shopping at Art and craft villages will be made on the way back.
End of tour, Back to Undiknas University.
This trip is included:
Full air-conditioner Bus, Lunch, Entrance tickets except donation, mineral water during the tour, Professional English Speaking guide