Bali Ubud Tour

Some tourist attractions in Ubud offer natural scenery and atmosphere, besides that there are also tourist attractions that prioritize the culture and history of the Island of the Gods. Tourist attractions in Ubud are also Instagramable, perfect for decorating social media timelines. The following are recommendations for tourist attractions in Ubud, Bali, which can be holiday inspiration.

Batuan Temple

Batuan Temple is one of the most popular and beautiful village temple which is part of three major temples in a village that is called Tri Kahyangan, and designed with Balinese architecture with split gates, stone guardians, thatched shrines, and detailed carvings.

The Batuan Temple, referred to locally as Pura Puseh Batuan is a focal landmark in the namesake village of Batuan, well-known for its traditional Balinese arts and paintings. one of three village temples dedicated to the gods of the Hindu trinity

Mongkey forest

Ubud Monkey Forest or also known as the Holy Mandala Wenara Wana is a nature reserve area as well as a temple complex located in Ubud, Bali. This place is one of the popular tourist destinations in Ubud and is often visited by more than 10,000 tourists every month. This area is home to about 340 Macaca fascicularis, better known as long-tailed macaques. The monkeys are divided into four groups, each occupying a different area in the forest

Ubud palace

Not only has historical value, Puri Saren Agung is also very aesthetic. Even though it has been built for a long time, this palace is still strong and well preserved. In fact, it is still the same as the original form. The architecture of traditional Balinese buildings can be seen clearly through the carved ornaments and other details on each side of the palace. The walls are made of red brick decorated with reliefs and traditional carvings. What is a favorite of tourists for photo spots is the entrance which has an aesthetically pleasing golden engraving. Coupled with stone carvings that add to its uniqueness. Not only in the front, there are still many statues of high artistic value that stand firmly in several spots. Pesona friends can also go around all over to look for good photo spots that are suitable as a photo background.

Tegalalang Rice Terrace

Tegallalang Rice Fields is situated in a valley that offers extraordinarily scenic lookouts over the terraces and surrounding green landscape. Along with the ones in the villages of Pejeng and Campuhan, Tegallalang Rice Fields form the three most stunning-looking terraced landscapes in Ubud region.

Since it has been listed in UNESCO World Heritage site, this place has gained popularity among international travelers. Nevertheless, it is still a great place to wind down and ease your mind as it offers a quiet and relaxing atmosphere.

Tegalalang Rice Terrace is only a short 20-minute drive north of Ubud, but those who prefer walking can take a two-hour on foot journey there. It’s relatively easy to reach, especially if you decide to take your own rented car or motorcycle.

Tirta Empul Temple

The Tirta Empul Holy Water Temple is located in the village of Manukaya, near the town of Tampaksiring, not far from Ubud, in the Gianyar Regency, the cultural heart of Bali. The temple is situated just below the Presidential Palace of Tampaksiring. Built-in 1957 by Indonesia’s first president, Soekarno, the beautifully built palace itself is an important landmark of the island and the country. Together with the Presidential Palace, the Tirta Empul Holy Water Temple provides some of the most fascinating views you will ever see.

Barong and Kecak Dance

The wondrous island of Bali is not only blessed with fascinating beaches and outstanding landscapes, but it also has an amazing traditional culture that remains well preserved, highlighting the daily life of its people.

The Barong Dance is among the many art forms closely associated with spirituality, it is often performed in ritual ceremonies. Portraying the classic battle of “Good vs. Evil”, the dance is one of the most well-known and loved on the island.

In Balinese mythology, Barong is a prominent character taken the form of a lion, regarded as the King of the Spirits who represents Virtue. Barong is seen as ‘a guardian angel’. Opposing Good is represented by another mythical creature called Rangda (‘widow’ in Javanese), the Queen of Demons. Rangda leads an army of evil witches against the leader of the forces of Good. As a mirror of life, the Barong Dance portrays the two characters involved in a never-ending battle.

Ubud Market

Ubud Traditional Art Market locally referred to as ‘Pasar Seni Ubud’ is located opposite the Puri Saren Royal Ubud Palace and is open daily. Ubud Art Market is the best art market in Bali, where you can find beautiful silk scarves, lightweight shirts, handmade woven bags, baskets or hats; statues, kites and many other hand-crafted goods


  • Rp550.000 Just only for car( standar car)


  • Transportation according to the number of participants
  • Air-conditioned car (Include BBM+Driver)
  • Private Tour (Participants are not combined with other groups)
  • Mineral Water


  • Costs outside the package / fees not included in the package