Best of Ubud Tour
Approximately: 10 Hour / Minimum 2 Participants
These Are The Best Tour And Attractions In Ubud And Beyond
It is located near in the south of Ubud. It is easy access and nice to linger around. You can take a bath or simply enjoy the moment as sipping your favorite drink
When you have a high passion in art, especially woodcarvings, one of some factors that have contributed in introducing Bali into enjoying its fame, visiting the Mas village is inevitably a self-obligation. A wide range of collection from classic to modern style, elaborately done to the simple ones, or quality stuffs made of durable quality woods to those that are for seasonal purposes, can be found here. You can even see the maestros, the apprentices and their masters, at work happily for what they call as hobby.
Ubud Monkey Forest
In the marginal part of central Ubud there is a small piece of land, a forest that is set aside by the local virtue to allow more than 600 long-tailed grey macaques to roam freely in there, which might interests you for mind diversion.
Ubud Traditional Market
In the very center of Ubud, where the local life beats on, is kept a market that has been as so since long time ago that people, both locals and foreigners, scraping shoulder to shoulder in their hunts for the things they need or would love to purchase. Here are available on sale from various foods to some price-worthy merchandises or souvenirs. You can try you best luck to practice your cunning expertise on how to bargain for reasonable prices.
Ubud King Palace
On the opposite side of the Ubud’s traditional market across the road, in the reach of hand, is the Ubud king palace, one of the few among several palaces on the island which are nurtured well and still dwelled by the royal family. Despite assuming the prestigious status with special privileges, the family allows the visitors to pop in just for a look around or maybe sorts of enquiry over its history, and even runs a regular show of several Balinese dance performances in promote more about Ubud.
Tegalalang Rice Terrace
Tegalalang is a village that is so famous for its existence in keeping the tradition of farming rice alive by cultivating a stiff- leaning contour of hill land into gigantic yet very beautiful rice terraces. People can witness here how they work on their fields, manage their irrigation system traditionally or observe a rare eye-catching sight of them herding their ducks cutely for an example.
It is no secret anymore, love or hate the fact that some people especially coffee maniacs, love their ritual of sipping quality coffee brew to never end. But to drink the essence of what is substantially the pass out from particular animals’ post digestion might sound way too insane. In the reality, this is where lies the difference and what makes coffee luwak (civet) or luwak coffee very special by taste. Their digestion really helps those carefully selected ripe beans to be fermented to its utmost delicacy. In any of the farms you will find many coffee plants growing green healthily as well as the farmers doing their things like processing the coffee beans to being ready.
NO HIDDEN/EXTRA CHARGE
*Minimum 2 Participants
*Duration: 10 Hour
*Cash on the Day IDR, USD, AUD
- Private Driver/Guide
- Hotel Pickup Return Transfer
- Entrance Fees
- Parking Fees
- Mineral Water
DAILY PICKUP TIME
- 08:00:Nusa Dua / Jimbaran / Uluwatu
- 08:30 Kuta / Legian / Seminyak / Canggu / Tuban
- 09:00 Sanur / Denpasar
- 09:00 Ubud / Gianyar
WHAT TO BRING
- Cash IDR
- Sandal, Flip Flop or Sport Shoes
We will pick you up at your hotel/cruise ship / the airport or if you have other plans before the tour we will come and meet you somewhere.
We can take you back to your hotel/cruise ship or if you have something else planned we can drop you off where you need to be.
BAD WEATHER POLICY:
All tours take place come rain or shine and we always have a great day no matter what the weather