Duration: > 5 Days
Starts at: $700.00
Bali, Indonesia, is famous for its one-of-a-kind architecture, which is heavily influenced by the island's Hindu-Balinese culture, tropical temperature, and natural surroundings. The architecture of Bali represents the island's strong connection to its cultural and spiritual legacy, perfectly mixing tradition and innovation. Bali's architectural landscape, from ancient temples to modern eco-friendly constructions, contributes to the island's distinct and fascinating attractiveness.

Learning Outcomes

  • Gain an understanding of the principles of traditional Balinese architecture, including the layout of family compounds, the design of pavilions (balé), and the significance of open spaces within the compounds.
  • Explore the architecture of Balinese temples (Pura) and understand the symbolic elements, such as the Candi Bentar gates, tiered pagodas, and intricately carved stone reliefs.
  • Learn about the religious and cultural significance embedded in temple design.
  • Study the architecture of water temples and their role in the Subak system, a traditional water irrigation system in Bali.
  • Examine the architecture of rural areas, including traditional rice barns (Lumbung) on stilts. Understand how these structures are designed to store rice and appreciate the craftsmanship involved in their construction.
  • Explore the use of bamboo in Balinese architecture, noting its sustainability and versatility. Understand how contemporary architects are incorporating bamboo into modern designs and contributing to eco-friendly practices.
  • Learn about efforts to preserve and promote traditional Balinese architecture in the face of modernization and tourism.
  • Examine how modern architects integrate cultural elements into their designs, fostering a sense of continuity between the past and the present.


Upon arrival in Bali, check in to the hotel. Visit the Uluwatu Temple, which is a Balinese Hindu sea temple located in Uluwatu. We will watch the Kecak Fire Dance show, which starts at sunset.

We will visit Keliki Village for an architecture tour, then proceed with a session on “PARAHYANGAN” building places of prayer, where they will explain how Parahyangan is a harmonious relationship between humans and God. Later, proceed to visit the local temple and the Campuhan Ridge Wal.

There will be an architecture tour, proceeding with a session on “Pawongan” (human relations with others). In this aspect, we learn how to build the Balinese House Compound and Village Hall. Later, proceed to cycle through the village and visit the local Balinese house and village hall, where an explanation of local architecture for Pawongan will take place.

Today we will proceed for an ATV ride amidst the beautiful nature of Bali. Later, visit the Monkey Forest in Ubud and Ubud Palace, which is a historical building complex.

We will be doing a full-day visit to Taman Nusa, which is an open-air museum with replicas of typical houses from various Indonesian tribes. And also, do some arts and crafts.

Drop to airport to board your flight back home.


  • Accommodation
  • Meals
  • Sightseeing and transfers by AC Coach
  • Guided Tour
  • Insurance and Taxes
  • Entry Fee
  • Tour Manager
  • Snacks and Mineral Water


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