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Curated to deliver the best of Balinese culture to every tourist, the Jimbaran tour packages offer an assortment of exciting tourist adventures. Located at the very edge of Bali, the little fishing community of Jimbaran prides itself in its stunning beaches, its cultural monuments and its seafood diners delivering delectable preparations.

To make your Jimbaran trip as hassle free as possible, Thrillophilia offers a range of packages catering to the needs of every traveller. The packages plan one’s itinerary according to their interests- whether it be a solo trip, a family vacation, a getaway with friends or even a honeymoon by the sea. These packages combine sightseeing tours with a host of fun activities around the location, making sure that one gets to explore the bounties of Jimbaran in an absolutely worry-free manner.

The Jimbaran holiday package takes care of all additional requirements on the trip as well. This means not having to worry about one’s meal plans, accommodation and transportation around the village. Having booked your package from Thrillophilia, all one must do now is sit back and enjoy the experience of one’s lifetime. 

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Which are the best places to visit during the Jimbaran tour?

1. New Kuta Green Park: Sidling along the Dreamland Beach, New Kuta Green Park is an in-resort water park in Jimbaran. Set on a hilly area, the water park combines a host of amusing water activities with land sports and games, making it one of the most popular family destinations in Jimbaran holiday packages.

The main attraction here is the Wave Pool, where one can either swim through or surf across mechanically generated waves. A 300-meter-long lazy river snakes across the park where guests can raft or tube either alone or in pairs. The water park features a number of thrill rides and children’s pools as well. Complementing its many water based attractions are a Bungee Jumping area, a Flying Fox facility and a Paintball Zone.

Jalan Raya Uluwatu, Pecatu, South Kuta, Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia

Timings: 09.00AM- 06.00PM on all days of the week

2. Pura Ulun Siwi Temple: One of the biggest cultural attractions included in the
Jimbaran tour packages, Pura Ulun Siwi is an ancient Hindu temple nestled on a rock in the Bali countryside. The temple dates back to the 17th century, and stands out in its unique architectural flair.

Unlike all other Balinese temples in the city, the Pura Ulun Siwi faces east instead of south. The gateways, made of beautiful coral stone, stand out in their stylistic brilliance. A colossal pagoda stands at the heart of the temple, rising up to eleven floors.

Uluwatu St, Jimbaran, South Kuta, Badung Regency, Bali 80361, Indonesia

3. Lovina Beach: Marked by vast stretches of delicious golden sands, Lovina Beach is the collective name for the consecutive resort beaches settled along the Jimbaran coast. Considered an unmissable part of any
Jimbaran trip, many escape to Lovina simply to take a dip in its inviting and clean water.

However, the beach caters to its adventure lovers as well, offering a host of water sports such as diving, banana boating and parasailing. If you can make your way to the beach at the early hours of dawn, you can also embark on a Dolphin Watching tour from here. The beach is known for its excellent sunset views, and can be a great place for an evening stroll as well.

4. Jimbaran Fish Market: Jimbaran being a fishing community, its fresh catches make their way each day to the Jimbaran Fish Market. A must-inclusion in any
Jimbaran tour package for those looking to explore the city’s culture, the Fish Market sits right at the heart of the community.

Rows after rows can be found stacked with fresh seafood, delivered directly by the fishermen each morning. The vibe here is lively and energetic: lines of colorfully painted boats bob at a distance as cartons of fresh catch are delivered to the market stalls. One can either take their purchase home, or even choose to have it cooked at the market!

Location: By Jimbaran Beach

Timing: 06.00 AM- 03.00 PM on all days of the week

5. Golden Kirin Coffee Factory: Indonesia is known across the world for its coffee, and Golden Kirin Coffee brings the authentic Indonesian taste to your cups. The stylish factory produces some of Bali’s best coffee, and invites visitors to get a glimpse of the process here.

The many coffee tours offered by Golden Kirin allows one to get up close and personal with the process of manufacturing and production. The Factory features a plush lounge as well, where one can simply lay back and enjoy a freshly made cup. One can also choose from a wide range of finest coffee beans to take a packet home.

Jl. Parigata Jl. Raya Kampus Unud, Jimbaran, Kec. Kuta Sel., Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia

Timings: 08.00 AM- 09.00 PM on all days of the week

6. Jimbaran Beach: The long narrow stretch of Jimbaran Beach stretches along the southwestern coast of Bali. Striking in its golden-white sand, this swimming and surfing beach is one of the most popular inclusions in all
Jimbaran tour packages.

Numerous seafood restaurants line the shores here, inviting visitors for a meal by the sea. With several high end resorts located along its stretch, Jimbaran Beach is regarded as one of the most scenic places to stay in Bali as well.

7. Jimbaran Bay: Fringed by the Jimbaran Beach on one side, the Jimbaran Bay is one of the best beaches in all of Bali, making it one of the best places to visit on a
Jimbaran trip. With its stunning blue-green waters flanked by sheer limestone cliffs, the Bay is often sought out for its beauty and serenity. Apart from swimming, the shallow bay waters are perfect for surfing sports.

Deep sea fishing is another popular activity here. The coast here is scattered with several seafood eateries, offering grilled and fried versions of the freshest local catches.

8. Pantai Muaya: One of Bali’s lesser known beaches, Pantai Muaya is known for its striking white coast. The soft sands at Pantai give way to deep black rocks that then open into the vast ocean beyond.

A number of bistros and seafood eateries add life to the beach, churning out delectable local preparations. The Beach is well known for its stunning sunset views and is among the top places to be at when on a romantic
Jimbaran trip.

Jimbaran, South Kuta District.

What are the best things to do during the Jimbaran tour?

1. Visit the Iconic Uluwatu Temple: Perched on a cliff by the sea, the iconic Uluwatu is striking in its spiritual significance and beauty alike. Regarded as one of the 6 spiritual pillars at Bali, the temple is among the most important inclusions in Jimbaran tour packages. The temple is dedicated to Shiva Rudra, the Balinese Hindu deity of all life and universe.

The little forest surrounding the temple is always teeming with monkeys, who are believed to be the sacred protectors of the temple. A traditional Kecak dance is performed every evening on a stage by the edge of the cliff, and can be quite a spectacle to witness. The temple is also blessed with resplendent views to the sea, which appear twice as charming during sunset.

Pecatu, South Kuta, Badung Regency, Bali, Indonesia

Timings: 09.00 AM- 06.00 PM on all days of the week

2. Explore the Iconic Jimbaran Beach: Widely regarded as one of the best beaches in Bali, the 4-kilometer stretch of Jimbaran Beach is always bustling with activity. One of the top inclusions in
Jimbaran holiday packages, the Beach is known for its clean white sand and shallow waters. Swimming is never a bad idea here, while those that prefer to stay out of the water can simply lounge at any of the chaises here.

Some watersports, such as parasailing or surfing, are offered here as well. Several seafood restaurants and bistros can be found along the shore at Jimbaran Beach, serving freshly prepared local dishes throughout the day.

3. Have Lunch at Warung Bamboo: Sitting on Jimbaran Bay, this modest seafood eatery combines wholesome dining with great views. Ordering at Warung Bamboo is simple- one must only make a choice of seafood, and a special preparation of it is delivered to the table.

An accommodative list of beverages goes along with the food. Although the restaurant features indoor dining as well, the best way to experience the ambience here is to dine outdoors with views to the Bay.

Jl. Pemelisan Agung, Jimbaran, Kec. Kuta Sel., Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia

Timings: 10.00 AM- 11.00 PM on all days of the week

4. Visit Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park: One of the biggest cultural attractions in
Jimbaran tour packages, the Garuda Wisnu Park is a unique themed area in the Uluwatu region. The Park is dedicated to the Hindu God Visnu and his mount, Garuda, a statue of whom looms large at the very centre of the park.

The rest of the 60-acre park sprawls along a limestone cliff, occasionally interrupted by gigantic statues of other mythological figures. Apart from being home to some of Bali’s best landscapes, the Culture Park pays a tribute to the local culture through exuberant dance performances and cinematic presentations conducted on a regular basis.

Uluwatu St, Ungasan, South Kuta, Badung Regency, Bali 80364, Indonesia

Timings: 08.00 AM- 11.00 PM on all days of the week

5. The Ceramic World of Jenggala Gallery: Housing a stunning collection of ceramic and earthenware items, Jenggala Gallery is the go-to place for those looking to explore local ceramic art. The Gallery is headed by Jenggala Ceramics, the leading ceramic producer in Bali.

Occasionally, the gallery also hosts exhibitions by renowned painters and ceramic sculptors from across the world. The Jenggala Gallery also hosts Paint-A-Pot workshops, where visitors get to paint their own ceramic pots.

Location: The Jenggala Gallery is located at Jalan Uluwatu II, Jimbaran.

Timing: 08.00 AM- 08.00 PM on all days of the week

6. A Leisure Walk at Padang Padang Beach: On the edge of the Bukit Peninsula, a cut on the mountainside leads down to the beautiful Padang Padang Beach. One of the most sought after inclusions in
Jimbaran tour packages, the beach is renowned for its beauty.

There is a lot to do at Padang Padang. Apart from being one of Bali’s top surf destinations, swimming at the beach is always an option. Padang Padang is said to be one of Indonesia’s most romantic beaches as well, and strolling through its soft white sands can never be a bad idea.

Location: Jalan Labuansait, Pecatu, Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia

7. Learn The Tactics of Deep Sea Fishing: Deep sea fishing at the Jimbaran Bay can be quite an adventure. A speedboat from the shore takes one to the depths of the ocean, where one can then spend some time trying to reel in fishes, oysters, squids, crabs and more.

Deep sea fishing in Bali is a guided sport, which means beginners and absolute first time fishers can try it out as well.

Location: Jimbaran Bay

8. Visit Samasta Lifestyle Village: Although a shopping mall, the open-air Samasta Lifestyle Village pays tribute to the local Balinese culture through its unique designs. One of the most interesting retail destinations that one can visit on their
Jimbaran trip, the lifestyle village features rustic looking stores selling high-brand items.

The shopping mall is a top food destination as well, with several diners serving an array of global cuisine. The open-air ambience, occasionally dotted with a palm tree or a bench, adds to the charm of the place.

Jl. Wanagiri, Jimbaran, Kec. Kuta Sel., Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80364, Indonesia

Timings: 10.00 AM- 11.00 PM on all days of the week

Which are the best places to shop in Jimbaran?

1. Jimbaran Market: An intrinsic part of daily life here, the Jimbaran market is always thronging with locals selling their fresh wares. The Marketplace is located right by the Uluwatu Main Road, and is a great stopover for locally produced fruits and other fresh items. The Jimbaran Market is also a part of several cooking tours offered by high-end resorts around the corner.

2. 70 F Koffie:
Also called the Golden Kirin Coffee Factory, 70F Koffie is a popular inclusion in several Jimbaran tour packages. The Factory specializes in authentic Balinese coffee. Apart from its fun and interactive factory tours, one can also choose from and purchase a variety of authentic Balinese coffee beans from here.

3. Jenggala Gallery:
A great stopover for those looking to explore traditional art, Jenggala Gallery showcases a wide display of ceramic art by Bali’s biggest ceramic producers. Regular exhibitions of international ceramic sculptures are held here. A number of workshops tailored to children are often conducted as well.

4. Paul Ropp Shop:
A high end traditional clothing store, the Paul Ropp Shop sells hand woven and embroidered clothes for men and women. The brand is known for their collage styles, combining fabrics of various colors. Paul Ropp sells scarves and jewelry to complement their clothing as well.

Which are the best adventure activities to do in Jimbaran?

1. Surfing: One of the most popular adventures offered by Jimbaran holiday packages, the gentle waters off the Jimbaran coast makes the city ideal for surfing. Here, the slow current and low waves make the place perfect for beginners at the sport. While experts at the sport can head out readily into the waters, there are several training schools around the shore to offer assistance to beginners as well.

2. Scuba Diving: The best way to explore the thriving marine life off the shores of Bali is to scuba dive at any of its beaches, and Jimbaran is no exception. Riddled with colorful coral life and schools of fish, scuba diving can be quite rewarding an adventure. There are several guided diving tours offered here as well.

3. Jetpacking: A fun adventure for the bravehearted, the jetpacking experience lets you hover above the open sea harnessed to a fuel-driven jetpack. The guided sport offers panoramic views of the surrounding islands, and is suitable for beginners as well.

4. Paintball Adventure: One of the most fun things to do when on a
Jimbaran trip with friends, the paintball adventure experience lets you combat each other using paint-loaded guns. Jimbaran offers two paintball courses, one right at the heart of the town, and another located just by the sea.

What is there to do in Jimbaran at night?

1. Take a walk at the Jimbaran Beach: As happening as it is in the morning, the serenity of Jimbaran Beach is equally appealing at night. For the best experience, one can visit the beach during the late evening hours and witness a stunning romantic sunset. The many seaside restaurants here can be a great place for dining as well.

2. Visit the Rock Bar:
Set on the edge of a limestone cliff, the Rock Bar commands unparalleled views of the Bay below. The bar stays open till late hours, serving a whole range of freshly concocted drinks. A curated snack and meal menu accompanies the beverage list as well.

3. Get a massage at Bali New Opium:
After a hectic day of sightseeing, this spa in Jimbaran might be one of the most inviting places to head to. The spa combines traditional Balinese and Thai treatments to offer a variety of massages.

4. Visit the Garuda Wisnu Cultural Park:
One of the top inclusions in Jimbaran holiday packages, the Garuda Wisnu Cultural Park warrants a visit by all. Although the Park can be visited throughout the day, it remains relatively less crowded during the night. Moreover, most concerts, performances and cinema shows here are conducted in the late evening hours.

What is the best time to visit Jimbaran?

The best time to visit Jimbaran is between the months of April and May, when the weather here remains most pleasant. Replete with sunshine, and devoid of rain and humidity, these months are best for sightseeing adventures around the town.

Is Jimbaran worth visiting?

Home to some of Bali’s best beaches, Jimbaran is definitely worth a visit. The little fishing community is a treat for all, whether you’re an adventure lover, a history buff or even a foodie.

Is Jimbaran expensive?

Jimbaran is said to be a fairly expensive destination in Indonesia. However, one’s total expense here is bound to depend on their season of visit, their sightseeing itinerary, choice of dining and accommodation. A 3-day trip to Jimbaran, Indonesia costs $142 for a solo traveller.

Which is better, Kuta or Jimbaran?

While both Kuta and Jimbaran have their own merits, Jimbaran is a better choice for those desiring to explore the beaches of Bali. Blessed with some of the best beaches in the country, Jimbaran is a must-visit for everybody who loves a coastal view.

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