Second day in Bali started off with a short visit to the Silver factory, volcano sightseeing, a bit of a adventure which included rope swinging in the valley of Ubud, having world's tastiest coffee and to view Balinese traditional dance.
In the silver factory, you can actually see the entire process of how various accessories are made using silver. You can also purchase the different accessories at a very reasonable price. There is a wide variety of jewellery available from gemstones, silver, platinum to pearls.
Kintamani volcano has been dormant since 55 years. The view is spectacular. The road to Kintamani is really good and the view from the hills gets better as we go uphill. This is the right place to relish the Balinese cuisine at the Kintamani Restaurant. There is a buffet system which includes traditional cuisines and desserts. Then, we headed for the Ubud tour where we saw the processing of the world's tastiest coffee known as Luwak coffee. One can grab a cup of Luwak coffee along with the normal Bali coffee to do the comparison. The Bali coffee and different flavors of tea is complimentary.
Rope swinging in the valley is a must-do activity. Swing in the valley and enjoy the amazing view.
Then, it was time to enjoy the traditional Balinese Kecak dance. Kecak dance is a dance performance along with a choir where a group of men just utter the monosyllable ''Chuck Chuck" in different tones and rhythms while the dance depicts the epic story of Ramayana.