Ubud Tour and Tegenungan Waterfall

Ubud Tour and Tegenungan Waterfall is the best Bali Full Day Tour Package and the most popular Bali Day Tours in the Bali Islands for a Full Day Trip to Visit Travel Destinations and other interesting places in Ubud Village, the center of arts and culture on the islands of Bali. Ubud is a city on the Indonesian island of Bali in the Ubud District, which is located between steep rice fields and canyons in the foothills in the center of Gianyar Regency. One of Bali's main arts and cultural centers, has developed a large tourism industry. Ubud is one of the most visited villages on the island of Bali because this village offers many types of beautiful art, myths, and history. This is a perfect tourist destination for those who like the history of Art and Culture. This Ubud tour will visit interesting places such as Watching Barong Dance which tells the story of the battle between Barong and Rangda, visiting Celuk Village is a traditional village for extraordinary gold and silver crafts, Ubud Village Batuan is a traditional village with beautiful arts and crafts, Ubud Waterfall Tegenungan is a fully located waterfall, Ubud village, is one of the waterfalls not located on the mountain, Teras Sawah Ubud Tegallalang is a famous tourist attraction for beautiful rice fields and small valleys, Ubud Monkey Forest is a small rainforest which is inhabited by several groups of monkeys and other tropical animals. Enjoy the Ubud Tours package with professional and friendly Bali Tours Driver Services during your vacation by doing excellent services to make the Ubud Village trip memorable for you and your family. Below is a brief description of the interesting places you will visit during Ubud Tour and Tegenungan Waterfall.

Places of Interest will be visiting during Bali Ubud Tour and Tegenungan Waterfall :

Barong and Keris Dance Performance (Trance Dance)

Barong is a character in Balinese mythology. He is the king of spirits, a good host leader, and an enemy of Rangda in the Balinese mythological tradition. Banas Pati Rajah is the fourth element or spirit child that accompanies a child throughout life. Banas Pati Rajah is the spirit that enters Barong's soul. Always passionate about protecting and he is often represented by the form of a lion, and the traditional performances of his struggle against Rangda are a popular part of Balinese culture. Barong dance is often photographed with two monkeys. Barong is a magical protector of Balinese villages. As & ruler of the forest with a fantastic fanged mask and long mane, he is the opponent of Rangda the witch, who rules over the spirits of darkness, in the endless battle between good and evil. During the Galungan Kuningan festival, Barong (there are many types, including barong ket, barong macan, and barong bangkal) wandering from door to door (nglawang) clears the area of ​​evil influence. Barong and Kris dance like the kecak dance Barong and Kris dance is a battle between good and evil spirits. Barong can take various forms but in this dance he takes the form of the Barong Keket dance, the most sacred of Barong. Barong Keket is a strange creature, a dog half hairy, half lion and played by two people in the same way as a circus clown horse. His opponent is the Rangda witch.

Celuk Village

Celuk Village is a famous village in Bali as a tourist destination for gold and silver crafts. In the past, the residents of Celuk Village were mostly farmers. Rumors say that there are only three families belonging to the Pande caste who pioneered this industry. This caste is famous for their specialization in manipulating all types of metals to make accessories for Hindu prayers. As tourism became the main commodity in Bali, more and more villagers left their farms and began learning to make silver and gold crafts. In particular, in 1976, almost all villagers had become silversmiths and Celuk Village had been popular in Bali Shopping Tours with beautiful jewelry and other silver crafts since then.

Tegenungan WaterFall

Tegenungan Waterfall is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Bali and the beauty of this waterfall is not only an attraction for domestic and foreign tourists, local people also often visit this waterfall. It is part of the Petanu river that flows along Kemenuh village, reaching a height of up to 20 m so you can feel the sound of water falling. The beauty of Tegenungan waterfall between green rocky walls can be seen from the first stop point where you can find a local kiosk that serves food and drinks.To reach Tegenungan Waterfall you have to go down 172 steps. On the way, you will see a public bath used by local residents and divided into two separate areas, namely for men and women. This public bath water source is very clear and clean, here you can also find Beji temples for self-purification.The object of Tegenungan Waterfall has a complete infrastructure such as parking lots, public toilets, trash bins, food and beverage kiosks in a very strategic location to see the beauty of this waterfall. It is also a clean and safe place to visit. For photographers, this is the perfect place to take pictures of waterfalls, surrounded by trees around it and everywhere there are many places around the waterfall, with interesting and challenging angles.

Ubud Tegalalang Rice Terrace

Tegalalang terrace is located north of Ubud, about 20 minutes drive. This area is a famous tourist attraction with beautiful rice fields, many tourists who visit and from Kintamani stop at this place to see beautiful views of green terraced rice fields or lunch at a restaurant while enjoying beautiful views of terraced rice fields. Sawah Terrace Bali Tegalalang is one of the famous tourist icons in Ubud Bali. Rice terraces are very beautifully designed with a beautiful stretch of rice fields and precisely located on the edge of the hill. In this place you will see a farmer doing activities in the field complete with irrigation systems. You will enjoy beautiful valley panoramas with rice terraces and coconut tree ornaments. The northern part of Ubud, there is one area called Tegalalang, home to many home industries. Hundreds of crafts from various cats and mice, dolphins, giraffes, etc. Made from wood or iron produced here. Other handicrafts produced are bags of various models of various materials, stone carvings, cheap wood carvings, wooden masks, all kinds of glass crafts that are formed into vases, bottles or unique plates. Everything is here. Shops and showrooms lined up for 10 km, if we shop here, of course depends on how thick your bag is. Endless

Monkey Forest

Bali Ubud Monkey Forest is a place of nature and cultural temples located in Ubud Bali. His full name as written on the welcome sign is the Wanara Wana Mandala Tourism in the Padangtegal Monkey Forest Reserve. The complex holds about 340 monkeys (Macaca fascicularis) (32 adult men, 19 adult men, 77 adult women, 122 teenagers and 54 babies). Crab Crab Eater Bali Ubud Monkey Forest is a small rainforest inhabited by a group of monkeys and other tropical animals. Strategically located in the fireplace of Ubud Village. The Monkey Forest in the Balinese language is called Wanara Wana spread throughout the island and the Ubud Monkey Forest itself has a very important function of the continuity of monkey habitat in Bali. Meanwhile, local communities have an important role in maintaining this forest so that all wild animals can live smoothly. It is often seen how Balinese apes break coconuts. If available, they also like to eat bananas and papaya. After drinking please leave the fruit with the monkey. If you feed apes, please do it carefully, and if they take food from you, don't try to take it back. It is also very important for you to treat trees, plants and animals and other structures in the Holy Monkey Forest with respect. This is a sacred area and important ecological preservation, please enjoy the beauty and wonders of this place. while at the same time respecting what lives in it. If you have questions or if you need help, please ask Wenara wana personnel (identified with their green uniforms) or members of a research project.