04 Day Bali from Dubai

  • DAYS
    د.إ 3,950.00


Bali is a popular destination for tourists from all over the world, including those from Dubai. Bali’s stunning natural beauty, rich culture, and delicious cuisine make it an ideal tropical paradise for those seeking a warm, sunny vacation. In addition, Dubai is a major transportation hub, making it easy to travel to Bali from the UAE. With direct flights from Dubai to Bali available, planning a trip to this beautiful island has never been easier. So whether you are looking for a relaxing beach vacation or an adventurous cultural experience, Bali from Dubai is an excellent choice for your next vacation destination.

The nature of travel is a dynamic process that adapts to the internal and external environment of the destination. Bali is a destination for all types of adventure seekers as a result of the sights and activities that make it a tourist’s paradise inherent in its historical, cultural, and geographical features. There are countless sights and activities here. Finding time to enjoy everything thus becomes difficult in the absence of a clear plan. The four-day itinerary on Tripfinder will assist you in seeing the island’s top attractions. 

Uluwatu Temple, one of Bali’s most revered temples, will grace your first day there. It is perched high on a cliff overlooking the ocean. The second day will be made more interesting later on by a visit to the Batik Factory to see how dyed batik fabric is made, the Seluk village, known for its silver works. The Mas village, known for its painters and wood carvings, the Kintamani village, and the Penelokanview Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary, where you can take in the stunning views of Mount Batur and the lake. A visit to Ubud, the island’s spiritual, cultural, and artistic centre, rounds out the Bali itinerary on the second day. Day 3 The journey begins with a stop at the Taman Ayun Royal Temple before continuing on to the Ulun Danu Beratan Temple and the most well-known landmark in Bali, the Thana Lot Temple. 

You will undoubtedly get a closer look at these during this trip. You’ll have a variety of options for getting around Bali, taking in its breathtaking beaches and majestic temples, including shopping excursions and stops at important historical sites. Renting a car or a moped is an option for more daring tourists. However, if you want a more laid-back experience, the best choice is to hire a professional driver to transport you between locations. The roads and traffic in Bali are well-known to the island’s seasoned drivers. A private driver will cost you about 400,000 IDR per day. You have two options for getting around town: a taxi or one of the two local ride-hailing apps, Grab or GoJek. If you decide to take a taxi, Blue Bird Taxi is the best choice because it uses a metre. Planning your four-day trip to Bali using Tripfinder’s features is a great idea. 


Four Day Bali Tour Package From Dubai Includes

Flight Tickets: Ex Dubai SQ
Airport Transfers
Flower garland upon arrival in Bali
Accommodation 5
3N Stay at Hotel Bali Dynasty Resort Kuta or similar
Standard Room
Bed & Breakfast 
Deluxe Air-Conditioning Bus
Indonesian Buffet Lunch during the tour to Bedugul
Indonesian Buffet Lunch during the tour to Kintamani
Uluwatu Temple Tour
Fullday Kintamani-Ubud Tour
Fullday Taman Ayun + Bedugul & Tanah Lot Temple
Professional English Speaking Guide
Travel Insurance
Mineral Water on Tours 2 bottles at 600 ml per person per day
Entrance fees, donations, and parking fees to visit tourist objects
Tours and transfers on a shared basis



20-Apr-23 DUBAI SINGAPORE SQ 495 2000 0730
21-Apr-23 SINGAPORE BALI SQ 936 0820 1100
24-Apr-23 BALI SINGAPORE SQ 935 1025 1300
24-Apr-23 SINGAPORE DUBAI SQ494 1510 1825



AED 3,950.00 Per adult on Double/Triple sharing basis

AED 4490.00 Per adult on Single sharing basis

AED 3790.00 Per child with Bed (Age -06-11 Years)

AED 3680.00 Per child with No Bed (Below 5.9 years)

AED 990.00 Per Infant (Below 2 years)


Departure Date Adult Single Child (6 - 11yr) Child (2 - 5yr) Infant Seats Book



  • Arrive at Ngurah Rai International Airport and clear immigration to obtain your passport.
  • Getting your luggage and meeting our guide at the meeting location in the arrival zone.
  • Before getting on the bus, get a flower garland from our Balinese costumed girl. 
  • Transfer from the airport to the Uluwatu Temple Tour.
  • Visit the historic Hindu temple that is perched atop a cliff that rises more than 100 metres above the sea.
  • Hotel check-in, rest, and shower.
  •  Stay the night at a hotel in Bali.

Uluwatu Temple:

The island’s southernmost point is Uluwatu. The tranquil town is renowned for its laid-back vibe, as well as for having some of the most picturesque beaches, clearest waters, and dramatic cliffs. Here, you can spend your first night in a great mix of luxurious and more affordable lodgings. Uluwatu Temple, the most significant landmark nearby, should be visited before exploring the town and unwinding for the evening. Uluwatu Temple is located on the coastline. One of the most significant temples in Bali is Uluwatu Temple, which is perched high on a cliff. For just 30,000 IDR for adults and 15,000 IDR for children, you can tour the temple. Observe the traditional architecture and the many exquisitely carved statues. 

Additionally, you might run into some of the temple’s resident monkeys. Make sure to watch your belongings and take off any jewellery because these cheeky creatures have a reputation for stealing visitors’ personal items. Around sunset, when the daily Kecak Fire Dance is performed in the amphitheatre, is the ideal time to visit Uluwatu Temple. In addition to enjoying the performance, you can admire the magnificent sunset in the distance. The stunning sunset, combined with the waves constantly splashing beneath the natural rocky cliff, makes for an amazing view. There are numerous holy monkeys in the courtyard of the temple, which are thought to be its guardians.


  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Transfer from the hotel to Batubulan Village in the morning to visit the Batik factory and see how the Batik Cloth is painted. 
  • Then visit MAS Village, which is renowned for its painters and wood carvings, before continuing on to Celuk Village, which is known for its silver works. 
  • Continue the tour straight to KINTAMANI VILLAGE, stopping along the way to take in the breathtaking views of Mount and Lake Bathur from PENELOKANVIEW POINT. 
  • Afternoon: Lunch at the GRAND PUNCAK SARI RESTAURANT with a view of the mountain, featuring an Indonesian buffet.
  • Visit the Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary after lunch (Monkey Forest Ubud). It is also referred to as the Balinese long-tailed monkey (macaque in English). The
  • The 600 or so monkeys that live there are divided into five groups, each with its own distinct territory. 
  • Then, return to the hotel.
  • Stay the night in a hotel.


The island’s spiritual, artistic, and cultural centre is Ubud. Bali’s traditional dances and crafts are centred in Ubud. There are many yoga retreats and studios. Even the trip through the countryside to get to this particular location is magical in and of itself. You’ll be passing through picturesque rice fields and foothill ravines as you travel. No trip to Bali is complete without stopping in Ubud.


  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Travel to Mengwi Village in the morning to see the well-known Taman Ayun (royal family) temple. Beautiful traditional architectural details can be found throughout a temple complex’s courtyards and enclosures, as well as large garden settings with lotus and fish ponds.
  • Then, in order to see the Ulun Danu Temple, we’ll travel to the Bedugul Highlands. Located on the western side of Beratan Lake in Bedugul, central Bali,  Ulun Danu Beratan Temple is a well-known scenic landmark. The lake’s smooth reflective surface gives the temple’s base a distinctive floating appearance, and the mountain range of the Bedugul region surrounding the lake gives the temple a picturesque backdrop.
  • Visit Mentari Restaurant afternoon for an Indonesian buffet lunch.
  • Visit Tanah Lot Temple, the most well-known landmark on the island of Bali, after lunch. 
  • Then, return to the hotel. Hotel stay, the night before.

The Tanah Lot Temple:

The Tanah Lot Temple, a prominent landmark in Bali, is well-known for its distinctive offshore location and sunset backdrops. It is one of Bali’s must-see landmarks; The Temple is an ancient Hindu shrine perched atop a rocky outcrop amid waves that are constantly crashing nearby. Tanah Lot Temple is located 25 minutes from Canggu and is perched atop a sizable offshore rock formation. Tanah Lot is the name of the place, which means “land in the sea.” The temple’s design blends seamlessly with the rocky outcrop. It is reached by way of a land bridge that is surrounded by a variety of gift shops where you can purchase local handicrafts, food, beverages, and clothing items like sandals, sarongs, and t-shirts. Tanah Lot Temple charges an entrance fee of 60,000 IDR for adults and 30,000 IDR for kids, which is a little more than most other Bali temples. However, the temple’s distinctive setting and status as one of Bali’s most recognisably named temples unquestionably make the cost worthwhile. Tanah Lot Temple is best visited at sunset when the surrounding sea turns a golden colour.


  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • After a memorable trip, check out and be dropped off at the airport for your flight home.


More Details

Cancellation Policy

  • 10% of the holiday cost is not refundable, plus full cancellation for non-refundable tickets, if the cancellation is received 45 days or more before departure.
  • Non-refundable booking fees, which are 25% of the cost of the trip, and non-refundable tickets will be subtracted from any cancellations made between 44 and 31 days prior to departure.
  • If the trip is cancelled 30 to 20 days before departure, the booking fee is nonrefundable, and 50% of the trip’s cost will be subtracted.
  • If the trip is cancelled between 20 and 15 days before departure, the non-refundable booking fee, 75% of the vacation cost, and the non-refundable tickets will be subtracted.
  • If you cancel your trip 15 days prior to departure, you’ll lose 100% of your money. The full ticket price will be deducted from non-refundable tickets.

Terms and Conditions

  • Rates depend on availability.
  • Above is just a quote; no reservations have been made.
  • On some dates, peak season surcharges might be necessary.
  • The itinerary is subject to substitution or change without notice.
  • No services or sightseeing that are not used will be reimbursed.
  • When carrying out the tour arrangements, we shall not be held liable or responsible for any damages, loss, baggage loss, injury, accident, death, breakdown, or irregularity that may result from weather conditions, strikes, war, quarantine, or any other cause whatsoever. All such losses or expenses must be borne by the passengers.
  • If the aforementioned hotels are not available, alternative lodging will be arranged in a hotel of comparable quality.
  • Unless specifically mentioned in the itinerary, meals and services are not included.
  • You are entirely in charge of confirming and obtaining the paperwork needed for your trip and visa.
  • The hotel’s check-in and check-out times are always 1400 and 1500, respectively. Unless otherwise noted in the inclusion column, early check-in and late checkout are contingent upon availability.
  • The hotel does not issue refunds for late check-ins or early check-outs.
  • The following are optional: Ex: skiing, paragliding, etc.
  • In the event of deportation or for any other reason, a strict cancellation policy will be in place, with no waivers or refunds possible.
  • Holders of an Indian passport may obtain a visa upon arrival.

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Note: The availability of rates at the time of confirmation is subject to change. The validity of your passport and UAE residency visa must extend six months past the date of travel. Visa acceptance is dependent on the embassy’s description.

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