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Ubud is the most amazing and fantastic place in Bali. It is Bali's cool central upland, is a cherish chest of national landmarks, varying from majestic age-old royal palaces to ancient temples, to amazing panoramas of rice terraces and natural mountain tops. The area and its borders within the Gianyar regency, is your perfect holiday destination if you are also interested in the Balinese arts, crafts, and culture, as it was exactly where some of the notable collectors and artisans and from all around the world have visited, worked, and lived here and compiling or creating some eclectic piece of art that you can discover in local art galleries and museums. While most of the galleries and museums are among the major Jalan Raya Ubud thoroughfare, some km away from the hub are other deserving attractions to observe and invest a day at, such as the Setia Darma House of Masks and Puppets, Bali Safari & Marine Park, and the Tegenungan Waterfall. Choose Ubud in your Bali holiday packages from India and explore the beauty of this place.

Ubud Monkey Forest



Ubud Monkey Forest is most visited by tourists and it is the most visited sites by honsymooners to watch Bali’s several grey long-tailed macaque, and probably this is the best location known among the rest because of its area-based management, position, and convenience of access. It can be found on the edges of the main center of Ubud and is supervised by the local Padangtegal village. Also known as the Holy Monkey Forest of village Padangtegal. This is a place of medical analysis and research where scientists research as well as it is a locality of religious and social aspects with wats or temples dedicated by the local Padangtegal villagers.

Tegallalang Rice Terraces 


Bali’s hundreds of years old, the traditional accommodating irrigation system known as ‘Subak’. This place is one of the most picturesque terraced landscapes in entire Southeast Asia.  Just a few minutes’ drive from the main Ubud center and is an awesome and amazing upland area of Tegallalang. This is the most visited place in Ubud. It has become popular for its picturesque landscapes where tourists drop by for photo shoots. The latter is offered by the several souvenir booths that line the ledge. A different highlight nearby is the charming town of Pakudui, where you can discover an outstanding variety of decorative woodwork and several designs and carvings. Amongst the many designed mythical statue, the Garuda seems to be wonderfully ever existing amongst the masterpieces.

Goa Gajah 'Elephant Cave' 


Goa Gajah also was known as one of the most outstanding archaeological sites on Bali, situated on the south of the village Bedulu, an area popular for its variety of ancient sites. The temple building is just a  few kilometer drive from te main Ubud and an hour’s drive from own vehicle to the provincial capital of Denpasar. Down a journey of stairs, you are able to find out a relic-filled lawn and the ancient 11th century ‘cave’ known as elephant cave, in which you can get into to the view of rock-wall designs and carvings and a historical site, while out on the border are some amazing Hindu temple with an outstanding swimming pool with water fountains, shoveled back in 1954.

Puri Saren Royal Palace 


Just a few kilometers away from the main Ubud Art Market. This is one of the most spectacular places in Bali. The palace can also be considered as the place where royal family used to reside in the 18th century. The Ubud palace was built during (1800-1823). Puri Saren Royal Palace was built in the region of Ida Tjokorda Putu Kandel and till then his inheritors are continuously taking care of this place. A visit to Puri Saren Royal Palace is on the top of many Bali holiday tour packages.

A perfect place to explore nature in Ubud, Bali

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