Ubud Tour | Barong & Keris Dance on Stagge, Tohpati Village (batik & handweaving), Celuk Village (gold & silver crafting), Batuan Temple, Ubud Monkey Forest luwak coffee plantation, Tegenungan Waterfall, Bali Swing, ATV (QUAD BIKE), Rafting Activities, Ubud Centre.
Before we write about the Ubud tour package, it’s good that we write a little about tourism objects in Ubud Bali. On the island of Bali there are two tourist attractions that are most well known by tourists, namely Kuta beach and Ubud tourist attractions in Bali. If you ask, where is the center of art and culture in Bali? Surely most people who know Bali will answer, Ubud. Not only art and culture, Ubud also offers the beauty of rural nature that is still natural and very well preserved. Besides being famous for its arts and culture center, Ubud is also famous for shopping centers, both souvenirs and branded goods. In addition to shops that sell handicrafts, in Ubud tourist attractions, there are many places to eat from various countries. For those who like Bali culinary tourism, Ubud provides many dining facilities, ranging from simple stalls to fancy restaurants.[/caption]
We will pick you up at your place of stay at 8:30. On the way to Ubud, you will pass through the Tohpati area and this area is very famous for Balinese hand-painted batik. This is the first place you will visit. Here you will see craftsmen doing their routine activities in making batik, both hand-painted and woven batik. If you are interested in buying batik here, you can see a lot of available batik collections. The price of batik is quite expensive because the process is still using human power, which results in increased production costs.
But if we mention expensive prices for batik, of course it will be very relative for everyone. Because most of our tour package customers, buy 2 or 3 types of batik in this place. Everything goes back to the taste and budget available. But if you really don’t have the interest to buy especially to see batik, please let us know about our customer service. We will be happy to change the tour route or extend the tour time at the tourist attractions you like.
The Ubud tour will continue by visiting Celuk Gianyar village, a silver and gold craftsman village. We will take you to see the craftsmen in the process of making Balinese gold and silver crafts.
Then we will invite you to visit Kemenuh village. This village is very famous for its wooden sculpture, most of which are made from sculpture from Kemenuh village, sold in art shops in Kuta. In addition, you can also see the process of making statues in this village.
Ubud tourist attractions, very famous for the most frequent rice fields, then in this tour package, we will invite you to see the views of terraced rice fields in Tegalalang Ubud.
After the tour for half a day, we will take you to lunch at the Bebek Begil restaurant in Ubud.
Your tour will be continued by visiting, Ubud Monkey Forest. Travel to Ubud Bali Neka Museum
Visiting Puri Saren Ubud (Palace of the Kings of Ubud).
We will take you back to where you stayed.
Tegalalang Rice Terrace
Sunrise isn’t just beautiful when it comes out from behind a mountain or coastline. The iconic rice fields in Ubud can also be the best spots to enjoy the seconds of rising morning sun. Rice fields and terraces that lined up beautifully, made this “greenest” area in Bali a great destination for those who enjoyed the cool and calm rural atmosphere.[/caption]
Tegalalang in Ubud is an attractive place and is visited by many tourists. Especially foreign tourists who want to feel the typical rural atmosphere on the Island of the Gods of Bali. This place makes Bali a tourist destination with unique art and culture, beautiful natural scenery, and a safe environment. The expanse of terraced rice fields presented by Tegalalang rice terraces attractions is indeed soothing to the eyes. This location is visited while traveling on the Kintamani – Ubud route, the place itself is not far from the tourist attractions of Ubud. And is a tourist attraction in Bali that must be visited.
Ubud Monkey Forest
The Ubud Monkey Forest lies within the village of Padangtegal, which owns it. The village’s residents view the Monkey Forest as an important spiritual, economic, educational, and conservation center for the village. There are many of point of interest that you can see here. Other than around 700 monkeys, you also can see 186 species of trees in 12.5 hectares of forest, where will allowing you to get an abundant of fresh air.
Ubud Monkey Forest is a very popular tourist destination on the island of Bali. Located in Ubud, this one tourist spot has become a location visited by many tourists. Both foreign and domestic tourists often take the time to come to this place. Even this place is visited by no less than 10 thousand tourists every month. Visitors come to this place not only because of the presence of monkeys. But also because the Ubud Monkey Forest is known as one of the holy places by Hindu communities in Ubud. This Ubud Monkey Forest is also known as Mandala Wisata Wenara Wana. As the name suggests, this place is a habitat specifically created for the monkeys’ dwellings. In fact there are a total of 340 monkeys living in this forest.
This Ubud Monkey Forest is not only established for monkey and tree conservation there. Here there is also a temple called Pura Dalem Agung Pura Padangtegal or also called the Sacred Monkey Forest Reserve. Local people often hold special ceremonies at the temple which are carried out as a form of respect for animals, called Tumpek Kandang and Tumpek Uduh.
Tegenungan Waterfall is one for nature lovers who happen to be staying in Ubud or have neighbouring Sukawati among their tour itineraries. The falls are conveniently located halfway between Ubud and Bali’s provincial capital of Denpasar, and is considered the closest natural attraction of its kind that you can reach within only a half-hour transfer southeast from Ubud town. Getting to the falls is a pleasant drive down paved village roads lined with stretches of green rice fields on both sides. Upon reaching the end of the road, you are welcomed into a newly built parking and welcoming area, with ticket booths up front (tickets are IDR 10,000 or just under a dollar per person). This area is lined with art and souvenir shops, together with small local ‘warung’ stalls selling snacks and cold drinks. The largest restaurant here, Bebek Tamarind, serves great local dishes such as its signature Balinese style crispy fried duck, and is a good spot to hangout before or after going down to Tegenungan Waterfall. The falls are only several minutes’ walk down the trail beyond the shops, where you’ll enjoy the impressively green valley panorama with cascading water as a centrepiece. Dense foliage frames the falls, and the water volume is impressive at almost any time of year, but normally at its strongest during the wet season (October to April). You can go down to the vast pebbly base and enjoy a dip in the plunge pool, but this is not advised after heavy downpours, due to the risk of flash floods.