Ubud Monkey Forest
Ubud Monkey Forest is a lush tropical forest surrounded by natural, spiritual, and cultural attractions, holy temples, and traditional statues. Hundreds of monkeys roam around freely amid the 12.5 hectares of towering trees with a serene atmosphere. Walk around to get lost in the mystical vibe of halls, temples, statues, and the stunning ancient Balinese world and interact with the friendly, long-tailed macaques.
Goa Gajah (meaning Elephant Cave) is an iconic sanctuary complex ornately crafted with exquisite Hindu and Buddhism figures. Owing to the cave architectural style, it dates back to the 11th century. You’ll find fountains and bathing pools encircled by carved walls and illustrious statues.
Pura Taman Saraswati
Pura Taman Saraswati was built to honor Saraswati, the goddess of knowledge, wisdom, and arts. The water palace is among the most iconic sights in Ubud warmly welcomes its guests with a stunning lotus pond located in front of the glorious ancient Balinese entrance. Make sure to visit Saraswati Palace if you’re interested in excellent architecture, watching traditional performances, and graceful carvings of creative Ubud artists in honor of the Hindu deity.
Tirta Empul Temple
Tirta Empul is a holy water spring located at the center of this splendid temple. It’s believed that the spring can heal and purify souls. Tirta Empul is tied with a legendary telling a story of a feud between the Hindu storms, rains, heavens, and river flow god, Lord Indra, and a king named Mayadenawa. King Mayadenawa made a poisoned spring to overthrow Lord Indra’s troops. But Lord Indra crafted another healing spring for his men.
Also named Puri Saren Agung, the Ubud Palace is surrounded by many restaurants and markets. With historical significance and prominent culture, the Ubud palace represents the finest form of ancient Balinese architecture designed with ornate manicured gardens, intricate carvings, and grand gates. Take a stroll around the complex in the evening when the palace hosts various traditional performances.
Tegalalang Rice Terrace
Ubud is rich in rice terraces encircled by tropical greeneries and lush palm trees. All these beauties are gathered in Tegalalang and made it a visually appealing sight. Ubud’s rice terraces offered an exotic beauty, facilitate the effective use of water resources, and reflect the Balinese culture through people. Travelers around the world would be attracted to these glorious rice terraces, where they can get together with the locals to see people’s lifestyle and customs and hear incredible local stories of the magnificent rice terraces. Don’t miss out on visiting this attraction if you’re a culture lover.
Tegenungan Waterfall, located near Ubud, is among Bali’s must-visit natural attractions. You can explore and hike up to the top of Tegenungan Waterfall, encircled by the tropical highland ambiance and lush greeneries.
Campuhan Ridge Walk
Campuhan Ridge is a splendid landscape for cycling, hiking, and sightseeing. It houses the ancient ornate Gunung Lebah temple, valleys, rivers, and fresh tropical greeneries, and a gorgeous line of palm trees along the trek.
Blanco Renaissance Museum
The Blanco Renaissance Museum is situated on an exquisite hilltop in Ubud at the legendary painter Don Antonio Blanco’s mansion, showcasing an unequaled fusion of cultures that inspired the life and works of the maestro. The estate is a European baroque-style structure touched by renaissance grandeur housing Blanco’s erotic artworks, illustrated poetry, and paintings collections. Don’t miss out on the stunning view from the hill.
Agung Rai Museum of Art (ARMA)
Agung Rai Museum of Art is a popular cozy place with cultural, architectural, and artistic significance where you’ll find hints of classical and contemporary Balinese art. ARMA is the home to a great collection of works of leading Indonesian artists. Don’t miss the traditional dance and music events hosted in the museum during the evenings.
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