283 Kms from Pasuruan
Day 1 – Beaches of South Bali Since Bali’s Denpasar Airport is located in the southern part of the island, it is just but practical to start touring around South Bali first. If you are traveling solo as I always do, you may opt to hire a car or a motorbike to tour around. Southern Bali includes the areas of Denpasar, Jimbaran, Kuta, Legian, Semiyak, Uluwatu, Canggu, Sanur, Tanah Lot and Nusa Dua. However, I have only been to Kuta, Legian, Semiyak, Nusa Dua and Tanah Lot.
282 Kms from Pasuruan
Ubud Village: is a traditional village depicting various kinds of handicrafts and artisans like silversmith village, goldsmith village, batik art village. Artistic and handicraft items are available for sale as well. It's a wonderful place for art and culture lovers.Time taken: 2 hoursEntry fees: 00Tanah Lot temple: is the signature location of Bali on Google. A Hindu temple, in the middle of the water from where the view of the sunset is mesmerising. Entry inside the temple is restricted for tourists. However, the aura of this most famous temple is just worth a satisfying visit.Time: best during sunset; 1 hour
51 Kms from Pasuruan
The coolest, most relaxed place you would visit. A peaceful town of malang is known for its slow pace & birds. Has the largest bird market in east java. This will be our transit stop for Mt.Bromo. Here we visit the local village & markets, Do Parasailing (on own cost) Visit local village houses & hike upto the sunset point
176 Kms from Pasuruan
The true Nature & cultural capitol of East Java, Considered to have the best landscapes with mountains, forests & beaches. Very few places can boost of such sight. Here we will be welcomed to a completely different experience. It is said that the traditional dances of Banyuwangi will mesmarise you. We will try & get you a glimpse of the same Reach Banyuwangi in the morning, Take rest for the day with local sigh seeing, Move to Kawah ijen by evening for a visual spectacles of rising flames & the volcano.
232 Kms from Pasuruan
We flew into Solo the night before, and started the first day's activities first thing in the morning. The candis (temples), teahouse and the waterfall are located near each other, and are about 1 hour away from Jogja. So I don't recommend starting your visit to them in the late morning or early afternoon. If you're following this itinerary for example, and you're heading in from Jogja in the late morning or early afternoon, I recommend doing the Day 2 activities of my itinerary on Day 1 instead.