This tour covers the Ubud area and Gianyar district offering many places that visitors can see, ranging from art villages, waterfalls, Hindu Balinese temples, traditional markets, Ubud palace, conservation forests, zoos, rice terrace and also many activities such as Bali Rafting, Ride Bali ATV, Bali Tubing, Bali Swings and many more. Of course, all these activities and attractions cannot be attended in a day, but we'll give you a little description in the itinerary to lead your tour program. If the place you want to visit is not listed in the tour program, don't worry you can arrange the tour program according to your demands. Please coordinate time and place and also get information from your driver / guide about the place you want to visit.
Hotel pick up for the tour is available at 08:00 AM and 09:00 AM.
Batik is one of Indonesia's handicraft heritage. Every island or region has a different motif. Batik cloth is generally used for local traditional clothes, formal clothes, everyday clothes or for sale as souvenirs.
Many of the Balinese batik motifs are inspired by the nature and traditional culture of Bali.
A quick way to make batik, in general, is by preparing a white cloth such as cotton or silk that has been designed using a pencil and then paint it using wax. After that, they dip the cloth in hot water to remove the wax.
Batik Craftsman can be found in Batu Bulan Village.
Explore Tegenungan waterfalls located nearby Ubud.
This waterfall is very famous among tourists leaving in Ubud area. You can visit it either in the morning or evening. Make sure you are brave enough to go down the stairs. The amount and clarity of the water at the site depends on whether it's a rainy day or not. There are plenty of green surroundings with fresh water all over the place. Seize the opportunity to visit Tegenungan waterfalls and don't forget to bring a towel and a change of clothes if you want to play with water.
Rice fields were of the main sources of livelihood for local Balinese people before the world of tourism was introduced to the area.
Rice is a staple food for Indonesians, especially Balinese. Farmers harvest usually 3 times a year and the categorize the rice they collect depending to its own quality. Unique farming methods can be found at this location known as 'subak system'. Get a glimpse of information from your guide about these methods.
The Ubud Traditional Market is located in the middle of the city opposite to the Ubud Palace. You can make an offer in accordance with the price that you think is appropriate for the item you want to purchase.
The Ubud market is open every day from 09:00 AM to 06:00 PM. Various items ranging from clothes, crafts, fruits, and food can be found at this place. If you don't care about famous brands, then this market is right for you. Look, observe, compare, ask the price and then make a good offer. Since this is a public market that sells everything, don't be surprised if it is very crowded with visitors.
In Batuan village there is a temple that is quite large and famously known as Puseh Temple. Visitors staying in Ubud will usually visit the temple which is more than 100 years old.
Puseh temple which is more than 100 years old and plays a very important role in the history of Batuan village. This temple is open to the public and closes its gates at 05:00 PM. Before entering the temple visitors should be prepared. Saroong must be tied to their waist and feet - this is one form of respect to the local customs. If you are not satisfied with this temple, you can visit the temple in the centre of Ubud which has the same shape and art.
Sacred monkey forest sanctuary is located in the centre of Ubud and Bali Zoo is still located in Gianyar district. For animal lovers, you can visit one of the biggest zoos in Bali.
If you like monkeys, you can come to the Sacred Monkey Forest sanctuary and see them living in the wild with lots of plants. There are also several temples in this forest as it is the centre of Hindu prayer in Padang Tegal Village. Besides that there is also the Bali Zoo - one of the biggest fauna in Ubud, in which there are many programs ranging from performances, how to feed an elephant, bathing an elephant, having dinner with a lion and many other activities. Both of these places open from 09:00 AM and close their gates at 06:00 PM, so please visit according to your interest.
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