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Explore the Cultural Heart of Bali with Our Ubud Tour

Ubud

Duration

10 hours

Tour Type

Specific Tour

Group Size

5 people

Languages

English

Overview

Bali Ubud Tour is a very interesting trip to see the culture and traditions in Bali. The Ubud village, which is most thick with customs, culture, and traditions, is also famous for its art. The majority of Ubud residents possess many artistic skills of their own, such as painting, handicrafts, woodworking, and others. Ubud boasts amazing nature with unique culture and traditions, which invite foreign tourists to enjoy the atmosphere when they visit. Local people in Ubud are very famous for their hospitality in welcoming guests who visit the area by presenting various kinds of arts, including Balinese dances combined with “Gamelan” or collaborations of several types of traditional musical instruments that make tourists very enthusiastic to enjoy unique works of art.

The Ubud Tour will follow some fantastic attractions and places for your day trip. First, it will start by visiting Batubulan Village to watch traditional Barong and Keris Dance performances. This dance starts every morning at 09.30 with interesting trance dance performances. A group of dancers will entertain you with the story of the Barong dance. Hindus in Bali still perform the ancestral Barong dance, representing the god who created the universe.

The second trip will visit an art village to see silver, wood and painting handicrafts by famous artisans. Celuk Village is a place to buy gold and silver handicrafts in Bali, the most famous being in Celuk Village, Sukawati District. The expertise of the craftsmen in Celuk makes it a very attractive place to invite local and foreign tourists with their artwork in making silver and gold jewelry designs with traditional and modern art collaboration styles made with their craftsmanship and are now worldwide.

Since 1976, Celuk Village gained recognition as a gold and silver craftsman village as Bali’s tourist attractions began to attract foreign tourists. Celuk village produces high-quality, mass-produced gold and silver handicrafts. Local residents almost all work as silver craftsmen and engage in buying and selling silver. Craftsmen in Celuk village are very skilled in developing designs and creations of silver jewelry. The products of craftsmen in Celuk village have even entered the national and international market. Silver jewelry crafts that are produced include bracelets, necklaces, earrings, brooches, and Balinese silver rings. Gold souvenirs such as rings, statues, spoons, forks, are also produced here and are export commodities.

The third trip will continue to visit Tegenungan Waterfall, it’s time to enjoy the natural beauty where the river has a fairly large water discharge and an amazing waterfall. The Tegenungan Gianyar waterfall tourist attraction also has another name, namely the Kemenuh Waterfall. Because the waterfall is located in the Kemenuh village, Gianyar district. The address or location of the Kemenuh waterfall is in Kemenuh Village, which is an area of Sukawati District, Gianyar Regency. From the vehicle parking area, to reach the location of the waterfall, you have to walk down the stairs.

It’s a good idea to wear shoes to be more comfortable when going down the stairs. From the stairs, you can already see the view of the waterfall flanked by shady trees. There are several photo locations that you will see when you descend the stairs. Judging from the map, the location of the Tegenungan waterfall is the location of the waterfall closest to the tourist area of South Bali. Most of the waterfalls in Bali are located in mountainous areas or areas that have highlands. But the Tegenungan waterfall is in the lowlands.

The next destination is to visit Ubud Monkey Forest to see cute monkeys and take photos with trained ones. The iconic Monkey Forest in Ubud is a must-visit tourist attraction that represents the essence of Ubud. The Ubud monkey forest tourist attraction, a protected forest area, also houses the sacred Balinese Hindu temple named Pura Dalem Agung Padangtegal.

Currently, the forest area is inhabited by about 605 long-tailed monkeys. The original name of the Ubud monkey forest tourist attraction is Mandala Wisata Wenara Wana, but locals commonly refer to it as the Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary. Include the Monkey Forest in Ubud as one of the must-visit tourist attractions on your Bali holiday, as it is a popular vacation spot in Bali.

Last destination will visit the Ubud Royal Palace and Ubud art market, which still maintains a noble descent and is highly respected by the community. This is because the Royal Family has maintained local wisdom by preserving customs and culture for the people of Ubud. The Ubud Royal Palace is one of the most visible tourist attractions when you enter the central area of Ubud. It is located on the main road in Ubud, Jalan Raya Ubud, and is right in the middle of the Ubud Bali tourist attraction area. It is also close to the Ubud art market and the Monkey Forest Ubud.

The royal palace Puri Saren Agung, also known as Puri Ubud, is the king’s residence, Tjokorde Gede Agung Sukawati. When visiting Puri Saren Agung Ubud, you will be able to see well-maintained Balinese architecture with a beautiful garden setting. If you want to watch Balinese dance performances during your vacation in Ubud, you must visit Puri Saren Agung Ubud. Every night at the palace, they hold dance performances such as the Barong Ubud dance or the Legong Keraton Dance.

Ubud art market location is close to the location of the Ubud royal palace and is open every day. Close to central Ubud, this area is popular for shopping Balinese handicrafts and souvenirs. Traditional markets are important in Balinese life and locals often buy daily necessities there. Bali has many traditional art markets, each with its own unique value, that are interesting tourist attractions to visit. Some well-known markets among domestic tourists are the Sukawati art market and the Ubud Bali art market. The unique traditional art market in Bali attracts tourists with its difference from other markets in Indonesia.

Furthermore, almost all traditional art markets in Bali sell merchandise that is not too much different. Balinese art market offers T-shirts with barong masks, silver jewelry, beach cloths, snacks, rattan bags, paintings and carved sculptures. One of the tourist attractions in Bali that has a traditional art market is the Ubud tourist attraction. People know the market located in the tourist area of Ubud Bali, known for traditional art, as the Ubud art market. They call the market located in the tourist area of Ubud Bali, famous for traditional art, the Ubud art market.

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08.30 - Pick-Up at the Hotel

Meet your tour driver at the hotel lobby.

09.30 - Watching Traditional Barong and Keris Dance
09.30 - Watching Traditional Barong and Keris Dance

The Barong and Keris Dance is a traditional Balinese dance that tells the story of the battle between good and evil. The Barong, a lion-like creature, represents the good, while the Rangda, a demon queen, represents the evil. The dance is typically performed in Bali, Indonesia.

The Barong dance begins with the arrival of the Barong and his attendants, who dance around the stage to the sounds of traditional Balinese gamelan music. The Rangda then makes her appearance, accompanied by her army of witches.

The battle between the Barong and Rangda is fierce and intense, with the Barong and his followers trying to defeat the Rangda and her witches. Eventually, the Barong is victorious, and the Rangda and her army are defeated.

The Keris dance, on the other hand, is a solo dance that is performed by a male dancer. The dance is named after the Keris, a traditional Indonesian dagger. The dancer portrays a hero who is armed with the Keris and is on a quest to defeat evil spirits and protect his community.

Both the Barong and Keris dances are important cultural traditions in Bali and are often performed for religious ceremonies and cultural festivals.

10.45 - Visit Celuk Village for Gold & Silver
10.45 - Visit Celuk Village for Gold & Silver

Celuk Village is a small village located in Gianyar Regency, Bali, Indonesia, known for its exceptional silver and gold craftsmanship. The village has been known for its skilled silversmiths and goldsmiths for generations, and today it is a popular destination for tourists looking to buy authentic Balinese jewelry.

The artisans in Celuk Village are renowned for their intricate designs and attention to detail, using traditional techniques that have been passed down from their ancestors. The village is home to numerous small shops and galleries, where visitors can watch the craftsmen at work and purchase handcrafted pieces of jewelry.

The silver and gold jewelry produced in Celuk Village often features traditional Balinese motifs, such as the Barong, Garuda, and dragons, as well as more contemporary designs. Many of the pieces are embellished with precious and semi-precious stones, such as diamonds, rubies, and sapphires, making them unique and valuable.

Aside from shopping, visitors can also take part in workshops and classes offered by some of the local artisans, where they can learn traditional jewelry-making techniques and create their own pieces of silver or gold jewelry. Celuk Village is definitely worth a visit for anyone interested in Balinese culture and craftsmanship.

12.00 - Visit Tegenungan Waterfall
12.00 - Visit Tegenungan Waterfall

Tegenungan Waterfall is a popular tourist attraction located in the village of Tegenungan, in the Gianyar regency of Bali, Indonesia. The waterfall is situated in a lush green valley surrounded by dense tropical vegetation and is fed by the Tegenungan River.

The waterfall is a spectacular sight, with a height of about 15 meters and a width of approximately 20 meters. The water cascades down into a large pool at the base of the falls, which is perfect for swimming and bathing. Visitors can enjoy the cool and refreshing water while admiring the beauty of the surrounding landscape.

In addition to the waterfall, Tegenungan also offers other activities such as trekking and hiking. There are several paths and trails in the area that take visitors through scenic rice fields and dense forests, offering stunning views of the valley and the waterfall from different angles.

There are also a few restaurants and cafes in the area, where visitors can enjoy local cuisine while taking in the beautiful scenery. The best time to visit Tegenungan Waterfall is during the rainy season (October to April), when the waterfall is at its most powerful and impressive.

Overall, Tegenungan Waterfall is a must-visit destination for nature lovers and anyone looking to experience the beauty and tranquility of Bali's natural surroundings.

13.00 - Having Lunch

Having lunch at a restaurant in the Ubud area, you can experience the taste of local spices.

14.30 - Visit Ubud Monkey Forest
14.30 - Visit Ubud Monkey Forest

The Ubud Monkey Forest is a popular tourist attraction located in the heart of Ubud, Bali, Indonesia. It is a sacred sanctuary and natural habitat for around 700 Balinese long-tailed monkeys, also known as macaques. The forest covers an area of approximately 12.5 hectares and is home to three temples and several walking paths.

Visitors to the Monkey Forest can observe the monkeys in their natural habitat, as they swing from trees, play with each other, and interact with visitors. However, it's important to be cautious as the monkeys can be mischievous and may steal food or personal belongings.

Aside from the monkeys, the forest is also a peaceful and serene place to visit. It is filled with lush greenery, ancient trees, and beautiful sculptures and carvings, making it a great place for nature lovers and photographers.

There are several walking paths throughout the forest, which lead to various temples and shrines. The main temple, Pura Dalem Agung Padangtegal, is located at the southern end of the forest and is a popular spot for spiritual and cultural activities.

Visitors are advised to follow the rules and regulations set by the management of the Monkey Forest, such as not feeding or touching the monkeys and being respectful of the sacred spaces and objects within the forest.

Overall, the Ubud Monkey Forest is a unique and fascinating destination that offers visitors a chance to experience Bali's natural beauty and wildlife, while also learning about its rich cultural heritage.

15.30 - Visit Ubud Royal Palace
15.30 - Visit Ubud Royal Palace

The Ubud Royal Palace, also known as Puri Saren Agung, is a historic palace located in the heart of Ubud, Bali, Indonesia. It was built during the 19th century and was the home of the royal family of Ubud until the 1940s. Today, the palace is a major tourist attraction and a popular destination for cultural performances.

The palace is a beautiful example of traditional Balinese architecture, with its ornate carvings, intricate details, and elegant design. The palace is surrounded by a lush tropical garden and features several open pavilions that are used for various cultural events and ceremonies.

The main entrance of the palace is marked by an ornate gate, which leads to a large courtyard where visitors can see the famous Balinese dance performances. The palace also has a museum that showcases a collection of ancient artifacts, traditional costumes, and other historical items that provide insight into the rich culture and heritage of Bali.

In addition to the museum and cultural performances, the palace also features several ornate buildings and structures, including the main hall, royal court, and several pavilions. These structures are adorned with intricate carvings, paintings, and other traditional decorations.

Visitors to the Ubud Royal Palace can learn about the history and culture of Bali, while also experiencing the beauty and grandeur of a traditional Balinese palace. The palace is open to visitors every day, and there are guided tours available for those who want to learn more about the history and significance of the palace.

16.30 - Back to the Hotel

18.00 - Arrive at your Hotel

Included/Excluded

  • Private car with Airconditioned
  • English speaking driver
  • Patrol/Gasoline
  • Parking fee
  • A Bottle of Mineral Water
  • Entrance fee
  • Lunch
  • Soft Drink

Tour's Location

Ubud

Notes


  • The tour price does not include lunch and entrance fee

  • Private Tours means no other participants will be sharing the car/minibus, just you and your companion

  • The Tour will assisted by English Speaking Tours Driver

  • Please let us know if you need a private tour guide

  • The price already includes 21% Government tax and services

  • Payment in cash can be made when you start, or at the end of the trip each day to our driver

  • Bank transfer/credit card payment must be done in advance

  • Payment with other currencies will be converted based on daily exchange rate

Area Covered For Pick-Up


  • Ngurah Rai Airport, Kuta, Legian, Seminyak, Canggu, Jimbaran, Nusadua, Benoa, Pecatu, Sanur, Denpasar, Ubud.

  • Please contact us, if you stay in different area covered for pick up

How To Book Our Tour


  • Please fill up the Tour Inquiry form provided

  • We will reply as soon as possible after receiving your Tour Inquiry

  • If there is a problem with our booking system, we provide alternative contact for reservations or bookings to our email at info@balitourvoyage.com or WhatsApp Us : +6281999555690

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