Shopping tour is best Bali half day tour package created to experience your holiday our well-known local artist on their own specialty, Half day tour will visit Traditional Batik art handicraft where you notice directly workshop of Balinese processing Batik with traditional to modern style, Visit Gold and Silver art smith in Celuk village famous with incredible design made by local people and continue visiting how to process well known coffee Luwak on the last part of half day tour is to visit Kuta shopping Centre.
Depart 10 : 00 Return 16 : 00
Duration 6 Hrs
Visit Traditional Batik art handicraft Looking for Bali batik? Look no further! Great products at great prices. Batik originated from Java, where it is a very important part of the culture. The traditional batik from Java uses mostly earth tone colors. The majority being browns, mixed with black and white. This batik is used to make sarongs that are worn to the temple, as well as smart shirts to be worn to the office. The Javanese people started to spread out in to Bali, they brought their batik styles with them. Over the years, the creative Balinese have adapted this traditional style, and created a more modern version. This Bali batik fabric is no longer only used for sarongs, but can now be utilized for making women’s dresses, men’s shirts and even children’s clothing
Visit Gold and Silver art Handicraft Looking for Balinese Jewelry of Gold and Silver from traditional to modern design? The village of Celuk is best option which is located approximately 4km southwest of the Sukawati District, is also Bali’s major Centre for goldsmiths and silversmiths. The village of Celuk is also a link between Bali’s Batubulan Mas- Sukawati-Ubud ‘golden pentacle’ of artisans and craftsmen. The gold and silver items they produce include souvenirs and mass export items such as rings, bracelets, necklaces, earrings, studs, broaches and many other Balinese ceremonial accessories and adornments
Visit and experience “Luwak Coffee”. “What is Luwak coffee?” Luwak is a local name of the Asian palm civet in Sumatra.Palm civets are primarily frugivorous, feeding on berries and pulpy fruits such as figs and palms. Civets also eat small vertebrates, insects, ripe fruits and seeds. Coffee berries are eaten by a civet for their fruit pulp. It will take more than one day in the civet's digestive tract the beans are then defecate in clumps, having kept their shape and still covered with some of the fleshy berry's inner layers. Despite being in contact with feces and pathogenic organisms, the beans contain negligible amounts of the enteric (pathogenic) organisms associated with feces. Moreover, the "cherry" or endocarp surrounding the bean is not completely digested by the luwak, and after being collected, the farmer performs thorough washing and removes the endocarp. The final roasting of the beans would, additionally, eliminate any remaining bacteria. By this opportunity you may experience as well as variety of tea and herbal drink in surrounding local environment
Visit Kuta Shopping in Kuta has evolved in this era. To begin from humble starting with a few art studios and local stalls being the main attractions. Now, you can find a handful of great malls lining the main streets, such as the grand Discovery Shopping Mall right across from Waterbom Bali, and the even bigger Kuta Beachwalk on the main beach drive of Jalan Pantai Kuta, which offers a great shopping, dining and entertainment spot for the whole family. On a different note and back to basics, visitors can still find a mixture of handicrafts and curios at the longstanding Kuta Art Market, where you can also put your bargaining skills to the test
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