Head to Ubud, Bali's cultural center, and see some its best sights. Visit Tegenungan Waterfall and local marketplaces. Explore the famous Monkey Forest and cap off the tour at a coffee plantation.
Set out on a journey full of sights and new experiences in Bali's Ubud area. Visit ancient temples and caves full of interesting historical artifacts. Bask in the refreshing waters of the Tegenungan Waterfall before heading to the woodcarving village of Mas. Spend some time with adorable monkeys at the Ubud monkey forest and get an exclusive tour of a coffee plantation which produces the world's most expensive coffee.
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Start your journey around Ubud at the famous Tegenungan Waterfall. Located at the southern part of Ubud, it is a popular destination due to its rushing waters. Take a dip in the cool water and experience its refreshing properties.
Visit this quaint woodcarving village known for its intricately designed products. The area is known as where some of Bali's finest woodcarvers set up shop. These masters of the craft teach the younger generation in order to continue on the legacy and heritage of the village.
Also known as "Goa Gajah," the elephant cave is a fascinating archaeological site filled with significant historical artifacts. Throughout the cave you will find many interesting relics from the past such as rock-wall carvings, a meditational cave, fountains and bathing pools.
Ubud Monkey Forest
This nature reserve is also an important Hindu Complex and is visited by many tourists on a regular basis. The area is populated by a local species of macaques and has been a part of the locals' daily life. Explore the forest and see these friendly monkeys freely roam around the area.
Ubud Traditional Market and King Palace
Visit a local market where people from the area buy produce. Souvenirs, handicrafts, fruit and many other goods are sold in the market. Visit the center of Ubud as you explore the area of the King Palace. Admire the traditional Balinese architecture and watch a traditional dance.
Tegalalang Rice Terrace and Coffee Plantation
A typical sight in Bali, rice paddies on a slope and surrounded by fields of lush plantation. The sight truly captures the simplicity of life in the countryside. Your last stop is at a coffee plantation where kopi luwak, the world's most expensive coffee, is produced.
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