Ubud Tour is one of the most famous Half Day Bali Tour Packages where the trip will explore Ubud Village which is famous for its art and culture. The tour will begin at 8:00 a.m. from your lobby hotel, so we will take you to visit Ubud Monkey Forest, this is one of the few forests inhabited by long-tailed gray monkeys in Bali and perhaps the most famous among others because of their community-based management, location and ease of access. Then the next goal is to visit Ubud Palace, it is one of the most prominent places in Ubud and is also considered to be the main landmark of the village. The trip will continue to visit the Ubud Art Market, which is locally referred to as the Ubud Art Market. In this market you can find beautiful silk scarves, lightweight shirts, handmade woven bags, baskets or hats, statues, kites and many other handicraft items at cheap prices. Lunch will be served at a local restaurant, then after lunch we will take you to visit Tegalalang Rice Terrace, this site is famous for its beautiful views of rice fields involving subak (traditional Balinese cooperative irrigation system), which historically revealed by a holy man who respected named Rsi Markandeya in the eighth century. This tour will be very convenient by transferring our personal AC car and to maintain your comfort and pleasant trip, our always leading professional travel driver offers the best service with the information you need.
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.
Ubud Royal Palace is one of the most popular Bali Places of Interest and locally known as Puri Saren Ubud is one of the most prominent places in Ubud, because it slaps on the main road of Jalan Raya Ubud and the intersection. The palace can also be considered as the main landmark of Ubud. The Ubud Palace was built during the reign of the late Ida Tjokorda Putu Kandel (1800-1823) and was well cared for by his heirs. A visit to Puri Saren is on many trips to the Ubud area. It has well-preserved Balinese architecture and charming and well-known garden settings among Balinese art lovers as one of the main sites to see dramatic night dance performances. The Ubud Royal Palace can be reached after about one and a half hours drive north from the provincial capital of Denpasar. Many visitors find that the palace is a comfortable stopover, because it is a strategic focal point of Ubud, with Ubud Art Market, a variety of local and international restaurants just steps from Jalan Raya Ubud.
Ubud Art Market is one of the most famous Bali Tourist Attractions locally called Ubud Art Market located opposite the Puri Saren Royal Ubud Palace and is open every day. Here you can find beautiful silk scarves, lightweight shirts, handmade woven bags, baskets or hats, statues, kites and many other handicraft items. Most of the items found in Ubud Market are made in the neighboring villages of Pengosekan, Tegallalang, Payangan and Peliatan. The location of Ubud Art Market which is a center among art-producing villages, and directly opposite the royal palace which is the central point of Ubud itself, makes it a strategic shopping place for Balinese handicrafts and souvenirs. Prices in this market make sense because you are good at bidding the price range for souvenirs here is between Rp 50,000 to Rp 200,000. The market also serves as the backdrop for the Hollywood film Eat Pray Love, which shows a scene in which actress Julia Roberts faces male characters walking around stalls frequented by foreign and domestic visitors in real life. Of course, bargaining is important. A holiday in Bali always calls for a kind of shopping for souvenirs or travel memorabilia, and the best place to search will be in the island's artistic center, Ubud and the Ubud Art Market. The Balinese art market in general is always on the schedule, especially because the various items sold are Balinese, unique and some are not available elsewhere.
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.
- 09.00 - Pick up from your hotel
- 10.00 - Visit Ubud Monkey Forest
- 11.00 - Visit Ubud Palace
- 12.00 - Visit Ubud Art Market
- 13.00 - Lunch at Local Restaurant
- 14.00 - Visit Tegalalang Rice Terrace
- 15.30 - Back to Hotel
- Suitable for Individual travelers and groups
- Private tour, that’s mean there is no other participant, just only you and your companion
- Negotiable price for group booking
- The payment can be done by cash either US $ or Rupiah, based on the latest exchange rates instantly to the driver after we finish the tour
Capacity of 1 to 6 person