Travel guide to Ubud - the heart of the island of Bali

With iconic scenery: terraced rice fields, lush rainforests and inspirational temples, Ubud is a hot spot in Bali that you should visit. Here is the Ubud travel guide for you!

Experiences to try in Ubud

Mount Bahur: To get this wonderful experience, you need to wake up at 2 o'clock to climb half-Bahur mountain, the slope of the mountain is quite large so it is not for everyone but for those who are passionate about walking.
Long distance, climbing to the top of Bahur at dawn is well worth a try. The local rule is that you have to pay a tour guide to take you to the top. Tours can be booked through your accommodation or at tourist destinations around Ubud and include hotel transfers, breakfast and a guided hike up the mountain.

Tourist guide Ubud - the heart of the island of BaliClimb Mount Bahur

Taking Yoga classes at Yoga Barn: Yoga Barn is a great place to try a yoga class as they are suitable for all skill levels.
Green Village and School Tours: Both a village and a school based on a sustainability concept - Green Village and Green School, mostly made up of bamboo structures, are an inspirational architecture. Located about 30 minutes from Ubud, you can register to visit the Ubud tour guide of Green Village or Green School.
Enjoy the spa: don't leave the beautiful Bali island without trying spa services, go to a local massage parlor and pay about $ 8 for an hour of full body massage or experience a massage at a resort like Four Seasons Sayan for get a full luxurious spa treatment session.

Must-visit places in Ubud

Tegenungan Waterfall: Although Tegenungan waterfall is quite affected by tourism, it is still incredibly beautiful. The lush, lush tropical forests that make up a stream of waterfalls that gush into a small, shady water hole are great for swimming and are just five minutes' walk from the parking lot. According to the Ubud travel guide , you should arrive early in the morning or late afternoon to avoid crowds.
Gunung Kawi Temple : Gunung Kawi  Temple is an attractive spot to visit giving you a glimpse of local culture and spirituality of Balinese people. This 11th century temple consists of five different temples carved into a cliff seven meters high. The area is surrounded by rice fields and rainforests and is a truly beautiful place to explore.
Tegalalang fields:  If there was only one option to visit, it would be beautiful emerald terraces. While you can see the vibrant rice fields dotted throughout the area, Tegalalang makes for a beautiful place to take pictures.
Monkey Forest Ubud:  Home to the cutest monkeys in the world, Ubud Monkey Forest is a favorite place for those who want to get up close and personal with these monkeys. These monkeys love to steal cameras, earrings, water bottles, basically anything they can get on their cute little hands!

Where to eat?

Following the UBud travel guide from a selection of locals and tourists, you can visit these 2 interesting restaurants:
The Elephant Restaurant and Bar:  With comfortable couches overlooking lush rice fields and a great menu to suit every taste, The Elephant is a hidden gem, located away from the main tourist neighborhood of Ubud.
Down to Earth:  is a popular Bali cafe chain that offers a wide selection of vegan / vegan meals and other dishes, making it the perfect place to go to enjoy your healthy food. The menu's highlight is the Mediterranean food that comes with many delicious sides. The cafe also offers a wide range of fresh juices and a variety of raw dishes.

Accommodation in Ubud

Narendra Guest House: If you are looking for basic, affordable accommodation, visit the Narendra Guest House. Narendra offers clean, modern rooms and a daily breakfast delivered on your porch. The staff are friendly and will assist with booking activities for you.
Kamandalu Resort: Nestled among lush rice fields and overlooking an endless rainforest, Kamandalu resort is a quiet little paradise to visit. Located a 10-minute taxi ride from the center of Ubud, the resort feels far from all the hustle and bustle of tourists, it is an ideal destination for couples and honeymooners or Anyone who wants to escape to a place of complete peace.
There are plenty of activities around the resort, including cycling tours, mountain climbing, yoga classes in a jungle pavilion and treatments at a luxurious day spa. 
Above are the basic Ubud travel guides so you can spend a day or two here while visiting other Bali destinations! It is interesting to have rich cultural experiences on this paradise tourist island.

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