After hotel pickup in the morning by your private guide, your day trip starts with the drive to your first temple, Taman Ayun. Translating to 'beautiful garden,' Taman Ayun Temple was the royal family temple of the Mengwi Kingdom, built in the 1600s and surrounded by a moat.
Next, enjoy the scenery during the 35-minute drive to Ulun Danu Pratan Temple, known for its setting on Lake Bratan in the mountains near Bedugul. A water temple, the complex plays a role in serving the surrounding outflow area; downstream, there are smaller water temples specific to each subak, Bali's UNESCO World Heritage–listed system of irrigation.
Your last stop is Tanah Lot Temple, popular for its perch on a rocky outcrop that provides photo ops and one of Bali's best sunset vantage points. As you watch the sun go down over the ocean, you can ponder the significance of the temple—one of the seven sea temples along Bali's coastline—which is part of the island's mythology. Afterward, your tour ends with return to your hotel for drop-off.