This was 1 of the most enjoyable, interesting tours I have done in Bali and I've lived in Sanur for 2 years! I did this tour because it advertised things I had never seen in Sanur in my 2 years here having lived my life along the main street and 5 star hotels and restaurants. The things I hadn't seen included rice paddies, the Man Shed (a bar/restaurant with old cars and bikes from the 1950's), the Blanjong Stone (this was a special request as I had read about this 12th Century holy relic, 1 of the oldest in Bali) & the abandoned theme Park. What I loved most was seeing traditional Sanur come alive in the morning, the locals setting up their warungs, the dogs waking up, scratching & starting to forage for food, the calves with their mums, villagers arriving at the cremation site & fisherman setting up their boats to head out. The breakfast at Hot Chilli, on the beach was also really good. The tour does venture into parts of Sanur most of we expats would never go and I loved the small tracks and roads we rode our bikes down. In my opinion this is a definite must do. Do yourself a favour and spend an enjoyable 3 hours seeing the real Bali. Cost was $30 per person.