If you only have a limited time in Bali this private tour is all you need. You will get to learn about the local culture, visit some historical locations and visit the stunning waterfall. Visit the most wanted places around Ubud with a professional photographer or do it with your own camera. This trip is designed to visit the most popular spots in Ubud, good for sightseeing, photography, and cultural trip.
The village of Ubud has a long history of art and culture, and it has been a center for traditional Balinese arts and crafts for centuries. In the early 20th century, Ubud began to attract Western artists and intellectuals who were interested in the unique culture of Bali. These artists helped to popularize Balinese art and culture in the West, and the village of Ubud became known as a center for modern art and cultural exchange. We will visit the village of Celuk and Mas the center of jewelry and wood carving
Our next stop is a traditional house compound, where you can learn about the Balinese culture and the way of life in Bali. Get closer to the Balinese family and see how they live. Once done we're heading to Batuan Temple.
The Batuan Temple is a classic example of traditional Balinese temple architecture, with its multi-tiered shrines and pagodas adorned with intricate carvings and sculptures. The temple is dedicated to the Hindu trinity of Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva, and is also home to many other important deities in the Balinese Hindu pantheon.
Time for lunch. We will stop at a local restaurant and enjoy the richness of Balinese or Indonesian Food then continue to The Monkey Forest.
The forest is home to a large population of Balinese long-tailed macaques and is a popular tourist destination. One of the unique aspects of the Ubud Monkey Forest is the close interaction between the macaques and the visitors.
The next stop is Tegalalang Rice Terrace, a beautiful terraced rice field located in the village of Tegalalang, just north of Ubud, in Bali, Indonesia. The rice terraces are known for their beautiful and unique landscape, with steeply sloping fields that create a series of intricate terraces.
The Tegalalang Rice Terrace is one of Bali's most popular tourist attractions, and for good reason. The scenery is breathtaking, with lush green rice fields that stretch out for miles. The terraces were built using traditional Balinese irrigation techniques, and are an example of the harmony between human culture and the natural environment.
Then heading to Tegenungan Waterfall, a beautiful waterfall located in the village of Tegenungan, in the Gianyar regency of Bali, Indonesia. The waterfall is situated in a lush, green jungle setting, and is a popular tourist destination for those visiting Bali.
Tegenungan Waterfall is approximately 15 meters high and is fed by the Tukad Petanu River. The waterfall cascades down into a shallow pool, which is popular for swimming and cooling off on hot days.