Start the day with a visit to Kerta Gosa, also known as the Hall of Justice. Built in 18th century Klungkung, this highly popular location is home to an extensive collection of priceless ceiling and wall murals. Continue with us through picturesque terraced fields to the Besakih temple. This attraction, locally referred to as a “mother temple," is located on the slope of Bali’s highest volcano, Mount Agung. Its expansive series of 24 temples is home to ancestral shrines for nearly the entire population of Hindu Balinese. Our next stop is Kintamani, where you can enjoy your lunch with a breathtaking view overlooking Lake Danau Batur. Driving down, we arrive at the bottom of a lush green valley. Get ready to see Bali’s largest ancient monument, the Gunung Kawi Temple. It consists of 10 rock-cut candi (shrines) - memorials chiseled out of the rock face in 7m-high sheltered niches. Our last stop will be Goa Gajah (Elephant Cave) with a storied history dating back to the 11th century. The fantastically carved entrance depicts entangling leaves, rocks, animals, ocean waves and demonic human shapes running from the gaping ‘mouth’ of the cave.