Discover the magic of Ubud and the surrounding villages filled with artists and artisans, and experience sunset at one of Bali’s most iconic temples – Pura Tanah Lot.
Celuk Silver Villages
The celuk silver villages are Bali’s major center for goldsmiths and silversmiths. The local craftsmen create beautiful jewelry of the finest quality and unique and elaborate designs. Almost all households in this village are part of the industry that has been producing these fine items for centuries
The gold and silver items they produce include souvenirs and mass export items such as rings, bracelets, necklaces, earrings, studs, broaches and many other Balinese ceremonial accessories and adornments.
Many items are on showcase and available for purchase to mark the memories of your Bali holiday.
Mas Villages Ubud for Wood Carving
The Mas village in Ubud Bali is the center of Bali’s wood carving sculptors.
The wood carvers are famous for their hand crafted work with local timber and their ability to produce complex creations that are derived from both nature and their traditional Hindu beliefs.
Watch the workers toil away on their work as you appreciate the level of detail that produce with every piece. The village is a popular destination and all carvers have works available for sale at very reasonable prices. You may just find the perfect piece of art to take home and be a constant reminder of your Bali holiday
Monkey Forrest Ubud
Ubud Monkey Forest, also known as the Sacred Monkey Forest of Padangtegal and is one of Ubud’s most popular attractions for tourists both international and locally.
The monkey forest is not only full of friendly and often very cheeky local but the site also offers cool walks through the lush Bali jungle and viewing of the ancient temples and guardian statues all covered in moss giving the feel of ancient Bali.
You can buy some peanuts and bananas to feed the monkeys but be mindful as they do get very excited. Make sure you keep your valuables secure, and close to your body including your handbags. Otherwise sit and watch the monkeys bath in the small ponds and swing from the trees and there is always a mother with a tiny baby money to enjoy up close.
Ubud market offers many attractive souvenirs made by local Balinese craftsmen such as handmade bags, statues, kites, silk scarves, and many other handcraft goods. Refine your bartering skills in this market as you can sharpen the price on almost anything you see.
This is the perfect spot in Bali for great price and range of local wears and memorabilia of your Bali holiday
Ubud Royal Palace
The palace was the official residence of the royal family of Ubud. The Ubud Royal Palace is one of the most prominent places in Ubud and was built back in the early 1800’s allowing you to see and experience Balinese architecture which is centuries old. The palace is surround buy beautiful gardens and is considered one of the most adored buildings in Bali by locals.
The Coffee plantation area is set in the tranquility of local Balinese villages surrounded by the green lush tropical gardens, where tropical trees including cacao plantations thrives. From here the locals make the famous Lawak Balinese Coffee.
Luwak Coffee is produced from the coffee beans which have been digested by the local “Luwak”, which is described as a ‘ringed cat’. It is considered to be the most expensive coffee in the world due to the different nature in which it is produced. Enjoy a coffee and watching the process and see the local Luwak
Tanah Lot Temple for Sunset Viewing
This part of the tour takes you to one of Bali’s most famous attractions. Famous for its offshore temple built by the connecting landmass that can only be reached at low tide hence it name Tanah Lot means “Land [in the] Sea”
Although you cannot enter the temple grounds, the panoramic views and cultural offerings are highlights to enjoy. The sunset backdrop of Tanah lot temple is a scene in Bali that will inspire and wont be forgotten easily. Bring your camera for some amazing memories of your Bali holiday
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Duration : 10 Hours
Schedule : 10am – 8pm
10.00 : Pick up at the Hotel
11.00 : Visiting Celuk Silver Smith Village
12.00 : Visiting Mas Wood Carving Village
13.00 : Lunch in Ubud Area
14.30 : Visiting Monkey Forrest Ubud
15.30 : Visiting Ubud market and the Royal Palace
16.30 : Visiting Bali Coffee Plantation
18.00 : Tanah Lot Temple for Sunset View
20.00 : Arrive at the Hotel.