Sidemen Tour and Trekking

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Welcome to Bali the Island of God. We are local company based in the east of Bali as known as the Spirit of Bali. We were start our business from 2012. We try to introduce our customers the best experience of real Bali. Here is Reviewed of Our Company:

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Bali Wine Home Made (Arak)

Bali Wine

Bali wine / Palm wine (Tuak) is taken from Virgin coconut palm before the flowers bloom. The juice fermented into an alcoholic drink soon light is called “tuak”, which is then distilled in vats made ​​of wood (usually halmilla or teak). The final product is a liqueur with a flavor that is usually described as “in between whiskey and rum”. These drinks are usually distilled into alcohol content between 33% and 50% according to ABV. Arak is traditionally consumed alone or in combination with ginger beer, soft drink soda that is popular in Indonesia.

Wants to taste and see how it work come to sidemen village.

$8/person, free a shot glass of arak

Endek and songket weaving

Perhaps the most popular cloth in bali is the locally made Endek, ikat weaving made on simple hand looms in which the weft is tied (ikat) in prearranged patterns and dyed prior to weaving. up to five colours are obtained in a lengthy process of retying and dyeing in a series of different designs and colours.
the most common thread is the locally made rayon and cotton, or a combination of both. in the most expensive materials pure silk is used. multiple hues are used from rich dark browns and blues to pastel shades of yellow, orange, green, grey, and red.
the resulting cloth is both colour fast and durable, and make attractive formal and casual wear. traditionally it is used in religious and formal attire as a wrapped around “kain”, which hangs beautifully, falling in folds according to the style favoured by the wearer. on official occasions it is now fashionable attire for both men and woman, adapted to the latest designs of shirts and evening gowns

Another attractive locally produced material is the songket. a brocaded material that has a design of gold or silver threads woven into the weft on a plain coloured background. generally worn on special ceremonial and religious occasions, the are woven in 2.5 meter lengths to be used as “kain”, as well as in narrower, shorter pieces for men’s “saput”, the standard hip cloth that men wear over the sarong. Scarves known as “selendang” are also popular for the requisite temple costume, and “udeng”, triangular head-cloths for men. This delicate material needs special care, and should never be washed, as the warp colours are not fast, a factor that guarantees permanent market demand

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Besakih Temple Tour Package


Bali’s largest and most famous temple. Pura Besakih, is situated high on the slopes of Mount Agung. Established around about 1007 A., it has been regarded as the major temple on the island of Bali, focal point of the Hindu religion, since the 15th Century. Each regency of Bali has it own sub-temple within the great Besakih complex, and all Balinese pay homage here. The are 18 separate sanctuaries, all belonging to different affiliations and caste groups. The three major temples are Pura Penataran Agung, once belonging to the royal family of Klungkung, dedicated to the supreme God Sang Hyang Widi Wasa, Pura Kiduling Kreteg, dedicated to Brahma, and Pura Batu Medog, dedicated to Wisnu.


After climbing an extremely steep gradient the road suddenly arrives at the top of the hill, where a wide vista of crater, mountain and lake take one completely by surprise. This is Penelokan, the “look out” , where an entire panorama stretches out as far as the eyes can see changing continually in colour and light with weather conditions. It is very often in the clouds, which roll across the entire caldera is a blanketing mist, the suddenly disappear, revealing a serene blue lake and the mountain of Batur in the midst of its giant crater where streams of black lava scar the landscape.


Penglipuran is a traditional countryside owning unique characteristic life, socializing and culture. It is located in Kubu Village , Bangli Sub district and Bangli Regency. The natural nature and environments of countryside is designating the pittance touch of modernization influence. This countryside is supported by cool atmosphere because it is located on the height land about 700 m above sea level and according to history of all old doyens that this countryside is taken away from the word Pengeling Pura what its meaning remember to ancestor, but there is also telling that the word of Penglipur mean the entertainer. It is said that at former empire era, all king often use this area as a place to amuse themselves, because its nature is beautiful and can give the peacefulness and inspiration at the time of experiencing a problem.

Kerta Gosa and Taman Gili

Kertha Gosa and Taman Gili, the Royal Courts of Justice of Klungkung, are a reminder of the power and glory of this former kingdom. These two stately pavilions in their lotus pond gardens at the centre of the town of Klungkung, were built in the 18th Century, at which time the acted as the island’s highest court of law. Their fantastic ceiling murals in the traditional ”wayang” style of painting depict the punishment in hell for wrong-doers, as well as the rewards in heaven for those who are good and honest in their lifetime, depicting a highly evocative view of the Balinese belief in “karma pala”; every action bears fruit, be it good or bad.

Judgements were made according to traditional lawa by three Brahmana high priests. During Dutch colonial rule the courts were still held here,  pronouncing judgements on cases concerning custom and traditional law which could not be settled at the village level. Meetings were also held during the full moon of every fourth month of the Balinese Calender, attended by the regional king throughout Bali, wherein the high King of Klungkung gave his directives and decisions concerning the problems of Kertha Gosa was also often used for audiences granted to guests and foreigners by the king.

A tall gateway behind Kertha Gosa once led into Bali’s most splendid palace, which was destroyed in the Dutch bombardments of 1908 that resulted in the conquest of the island. A memorial to this terrible Puputan bttle that ended 600 years of glorious rule in Bali bye the descendant of Majapahit, has been erected on the eastern side of the Regent’s office, across the road from Kertha Gosa.

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