5 Hours


Good Day, Bali Tour will drive you around for A half-day tour in Sanur, Bali, which can be a great way to explore some of the local attractions and get a taste of the area’s beauty. here general outline of what you can expect on a half-day tour in Sanur with a Bali driver.

Here is the itinerary Sanur Bali Tour Tour with Duration of 4 – 5 Hours

  Pick up at the Hotel
  Visit Le Mayeur Museum
  Visit Sanur Beach
  Visit Sindhu Traditional Market
  Lunch Time
  Back to Hotel

Below is the price for tour with a driver

Hourly Tour (Min 3 Hours)Rp. 500.000 / Car
Half-Day Tour (5 Hours)Rp. 600.000 / Car
One Tour (10 Hours)Rp. 950.000 / Car
Full-Day Tour (12 Hours)Rp. 1.000.000 / Car
Long Distance (add from Full Day tour)Rp. 200.000 / Car

Our driver will Pick-Up Area :

Nusa Dua, Jimbaran, Pecatu, Tanjung Benoa, Kuta, Legian, Seminyak, Canggu, Sanur, Denpasar, Benoa Harbour, and Ubud. Please contact us if your area is not in listed

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Duration: Typically, a half-day tour lasts around 4-5 hours, depending on the places you want to visit and the activities you wish to do. Here’s a sample itinerary for a half-day tour in Sanur with Good Day Bali Tour best private drive in Bali :  
  1. Le Mayeur Museum: Start your tour with a visit to the Le Mayeur Museum. This museum is dedicated to the works of Adrien-Jean Le Mayeur, a Belgian painter who lived in Bali. The museum showcases his art and offers insights into his life on the island.
  2. Pantai Sindhu Market: After the museum, head to Pantai Sindhu Market, a vibrant local market near the beach. It’s a great place to shop for souvenirs, handicrafts, and clothing, and sample some local snacks.
  3. Sanur Beach: Spend some time at Sanur Beach, one of the most famous and beautiful beaches in Bali. Take a leisurely stroll along the sandy shore, relax under the sun, or even try some water sports if you’re interested.
  4. Mertasari Beach: If time allows, you can also visit Mertasari Beach, located not far from Sanur Beach. It’s a quieter and less crowded beach, perfect for enjoying some peaceful moments by the sea.
  5. Local Temples: Alternatively, you can visit one of the nearby temples like Pura Blanjong or Pura Segara, to learn about Bali’s unique Hindu culture and architecture.
Remember that this itinerary is just a suggestion in Sanur Area, and you can customize the tour based on your interests and preferences. Discuss your preferred destinations with our Bali driver, and they will be happy to accommodate your requests and offer recommendations.

Trip Highlights

  • The Tour will assist by English Speaking Tours Driver
  • The tour is Private Tours, means there is no other participant, just only you and your companion
  • The price already include with 21% Government tax and Services
  • Regular Tours Price : is a Bali day tours price without include lunch and entrance fee, you need to pay by your own self
  • Time and Tourism site is subject to change based on your request.
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Le Mayeur Museum is a memorial museum mainly housing the artworks and personal history of painter Adrien-Jean Le Mayeur de Merpres (February 9, 1880 – May 31, 1958) – a Brussels-born artist who was impressed by the shores of Sanur and dedicated his entire life there to the two things he loved the most: the arts and women. Before deciding to spend his life in Bali, Le Mayeur had already travelled around the world. Sacrificing his travels to pursue his love of arts, he found himself enamoured of the exotic scent of frangipani and a certain bare-breasted Legong dancer, his wife and muse, Ni Pollok.

After Le Mayeur found ‘home’ in the island and Ni Pollok, who soon became the muse of his paintings and the rest of his life, the artist created a range of artworks in his impressionistic 'dob' style of painting. His technique was considered unorthodox, albeit in a brilliant way. Le Mayeur utilized thick and rather stiff brushes to create sharp yet fluent caresses, which were later elaborated on by Antonio Blanco, another influential painter in Bali. Le Mayeur passed away on May 31, 1958. The loving couple left no children but the well-crafted mansion that is the museum today, and its legacy was bequeathed to the Indonesian government. The museum exemplifies the priceless heritage of an artist and a nation. The main building features the former living quarters of the couple, with classical Balinese elements, sculpted stone walls and red terrazzo floor tiles. Carved wood dominates the furnishings, and window sills feature motifs inspired by wayang shadow puppet characters. There are five rooms that serve as silent witnesses to the lives of Le Mayeur and Ni Pollok. Visitors may imagine the similar love story brought again to life through inanimate objects, similar to the retro-styled storytelling of the film Titanic. Walkthroughs include the artist’s studio, reading room and study, and the bedroom as well as Ni Pollok’s vanity corner and bathroom.

Good to Know about Le Mayeur Museum
Museum Le Mayeur is easily found, located right on the beachfront in Sanur. The compound features structures in Balinese architecture that houses well over eighty artworks categorised into five different collections based on the mediums that Le Mayeur used, such as hardboard, plywood, canvas and paper. Most of the paintings in his collection feature bare-breasted women, and not all were the results of inspiration in Bali, as he had travelled the world prior to calling the island his home. Most of his world travels included Europe, Africa, India, Italy and France. Some of his work feature subjects inspired by his travels he painted during the 1920s. Le Mayeur arrived in Bali in 1932 in his early 50s. It was supposed to be part of his travels until he met his muse and future wife. They married after three years of their first meeting and Le Mayeur built the house on the shoreline when Sanur was a mere quiet fishing village. One of the structures in the gardens is a meeting pavilion where Le Mayeur used to receive his guests and potential buyers of his art pieces.

Sanur Beach is a popular coastal destination located on the southeastern coast of Bali, Indonesia. It is one of the oldest and most well-established beach resort areas on the island. Sanur is known for its laid-back and relaxed atmosphere, making it an ideal place for travelers seeking a quieter and more peaceful beach experience compared to the bustling and vibrant scenes of Kuta and Seminyak.

Key features of Sanur Beach:

Golden Sands: The beach features a long stretch of golden sand, perfect for sunbathing, beach games, or leisurely walks along the shoreline.

Shallow Waters: The waters at Sanur Beach are relatively shallow and protected by a reef offshore. This makes it a safer option for swimming, especially for families with children.

Sunrise Views: Sanur is renowned for its stunning sunrise views. Early morning walks along the beachfront offer picturesque moments as the sun rises over the horizon.

Water Sports: While Sanur is not as famous for water sports as some other beaches in Bali, you can still find activities like stand-up paddleboarding, snorkeling, and traditional fishing boat rides.

Beachfront Promenade: The beach is lined with a paved promenade that runs along the coast, providing a pleasant path for walking, jogging, or cycling. There are various cafes, restaurants, and shops along the promenade, offering a relaxing atmosphere for visitors.

Beachside Resorts and Accommodation: Sanur offers a wide range of accommodation options, including luxury beachfront resorts, mid-range hotels, and budget guesthouses, catering to different preferences and budgets.

Local Culture: Sanur has retained much of its traditional Balinese charm and has managed to avoid the heavy commercialization seen in some other areas of Bali. You can still find local ceremonies, temples, and cultural events in and around Sanur.

Overall, Sanur Beach is a fantastic destination for travelers looking to escape the crowds and enjoy a more tranquil beach experience while still having access to various amenities and activities. It's also a great base for exploring other parts of Bali due to its central location on the island. Whether you want to relax on the beach, explore the local culture, or engage in water sports, Sanur has something to offer for everyone.

Sindhu Market, also known as Pasar Sindhu, is a lively and colorful traditional market located in Sanur, Bali, Indonesia. It is one of the popular markets on the island and a favorite spot for both locals and tourists. The market is located near Sindhu Beach, making it a convenient place to visit after spending time by the sea.

Here are some key features of Sindhu Market:

Local Products: Sindhu Market is an excellent place to experience Bali's vibrant local culture and find a wide array of traditional products. You can discover an assortment of handicrafts, souvenirs, clothing, accessories, and home decorations.

Art and Crafts: The market is known for its various arts and crafts items, including handwoven textiles, batik fabrics, wooden carvings, and intricate silver jewelry.

Fresh Produce: Aside from handicrafts, Sindhu Market also offers a variety of fresh produce, including fruits, vegetables, and spices. It's a great opportunity to sample some of Bali's exotic fruits and purchase ingredients for cooking.

Local Food Stalls: The market is a haven for food enthusiasts as it houses numerous food stalls and warungs (local eateries). Here, you can indulge in delicious Balinese and Indonesian dishes, such as nasi goreng (fried rice), mie goreng (fried noodles), satay, and a wide range of seafood options.

Bargaining: Like most traditional markets in Bali, haggling is a common practice at Sindhu Market. Don't be afraid to negotiate the prices, but remember to do so with a smile and respect for the vendors.

Atmosphere: The bustling atmosphere of the market, with its vibrant colors, friendly locals, and the aroma of various cuisines, creates an authentic and enjoyable shopping experience.

Night Market: In the evening, the market transforms into a bustling night market. This is a great time to visit if you want to experience a different atmosphere and try more local delicacies.

Sindhu Market is an excellent place to immerse yourself in the local culture, shop for souvenirs, try traditional Balinese dishes, and interact with friendly locals. It's recommended to visit in the early morning for a more relaxed experience, and if you prefer a livelier atmosphere, head there in the evening when the night market comes to life.



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