Visit Kintamani village and enjoy the breathtaking view of an active volcano and Lake Batur from the top. This is one of the most famous tour to visit active volcano of Mount Batur. The day holds traditional Barong dance, Celuk village for gold and silver jewellery, coffee and spice farms, Tirta Empul temple (holy spring water temple), Goa Gajah cave and Mas village for wood carving. Overnight at hotel.
One of the most unique landscapes, Mount Batur offers a dramatic vista of Bali. Also known as the Kitamani volcano, Mount Batur is located around the beautiful Lake Batur, the sacred active volcano lies in Kintamani District in Bali's central highlands, about an hour's drive from Ubud, and the hike to the summit to watch the sunrise has long graced the list of top things to do in Bali.
Tirta Empul Temple, also known as the Holy Water Temple, is an epic temple made over the tale of the victory of good over evil. Admire the temple’s delicate carvings, stroll around the old paths dotted with ancient statues and lush gardens. To avoid the crowd and enjoy the beauty of the temple peacefully, early morning and late afternoon is the best time to visit the temple.
Proceed for a tour of Ubud, where you will see how the locals make paintings with many styles. After lunch, we will continue our tour to visit Tegalalang Rice Terrace , which is the best rice field in northern part of Ubud.
Next up is visiting Ubud Monkey Forest. This site owns a very important function of the continuity of the monkey habitat in Bali. Only five minutes drive from the forest we will take you to visit Ubud Palace. The palace is very beautiful with artistically traditional buildings and contains high aesthetic value. Across the palace, our last tour is visiting Ubud art market to purchase souvenirs. Overnight at hotel.
One of the famous sceneries of Ubud, Tegalalang Rice Terrace is a photographer’s paradise and a must-visit place in Bali. Located around 20 minutes to the north of Ubud, these tranquil rice paddies are famous because they use a resourceful 8th-century style of rice farming called Subak. The emerald-hued rice fields, Tegalalang Rice Terrace, is one of the must-see places in Bali. Escape to a different world and enjoy the Balinese cuisine at a café near-by overlooking the lush view.
A most popular place to visit, Ubud Monkey Forest, also known as the sacred Monkey forest is a must-see place in Bali. Watch the fun-loving monkeys in their natural habitat as you stroll around the tranquil thick forests of giant banyan trees and nutmeg, where moss-covered statues and ancient temples loom through the dense foliage, imparting an almost mystical feel.
To explore the rich and diverse culture of Bali, head to Ubud Palace. One of the most prominent places in Bali, the royal palace gives you a glimpse of Bali’s history. Built during the lordship of the late Ida Tjokorda Putu Kandel (1800-1823), and is well-kept by his successive heirs. Ubud Palace is well-known for its distinct Balinese architecture, alluring gardens and dramatic evening dance performances. Nestled in the heart of Ubud, the palace is surely a must-visit spot in Bali.
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