BALI UBUD TOUR
Batik and hand weaving
Visiting Bali Ubud art village can be a memorable experience, and the process of batik manufacture is completely displayed at Tohpati, the Batik home industry’s center, from designing and waxing to coloring and drying. It will be wonderful to see the Batik painters work their magic on the fabric because it necessitates skill and artistic soul. Travelers may buy the highest quality written Batik, commonly known as Batik Tulis, in the Balinese style at one of the many showrooms that display Batik. Learn about Balinese Batik and take part in the production of this beautiful material.
Celuk village is Bali’s most important center for goldsmiths and silversmiths. Jalan Raya Celuk, the village’s main street, is dotted with galleries and workshops. The gold and silver products created here are of excellent quality, with distinctive and ornate designs; the craftsmen are noted for their abilities and diligence. Almost every residence in the village is occupied by a jeweler’s family.
Traditional Balinese painting is a distinct cultural heritage. Expert painters may sometimes dedicate an entire year to the production of a single panel. This workshop (appropriate for all ages and skills) focuses on understanding and employing the traditional themes that give these works their depth and meaning. This program, which is entirely hands-on, will immerse you in the mystery and romance of Balinese art.
Mas Town is a traditional village in Bali that is mostly known for its creative countryside, which focuses on the art of wood carving. This settlement, located in the Ubud sub-district of Gianyar Regency, is known throughout the island as the Bali Wood Carving Center. It owns the traditional wood carving art form by emphasizing the distinct synergy of humanism and naturalism. The hamlet’s reputation as an art village is well-known both nationally and internationally. It is derived from the highness name of some maestros who were born with the spirit and soul of art in their hearts. Ida Bagus Tilem is a well-known maestro who was born in Mas Village.
Tegenungan Waterfall is a beautiful sight in a secret corner of Bali. The beauty of this waterfall has been enhanced by the blossoming trees in the surrounding area. The grandeur of the verdant forest will be at its peak in the morning, as the sun shines down from above. The sound of nature will set a visceral effect as the waterfall is hidden in a paradisiacal jungle. The solemn atmosphere is completed by the sounds of birds chirping in addition to the calming river sound. The fresh air also adds to the tranquility of the environment. Those two appear to bring tourists closer to nature as a place in which humans have a place.
Elephant cave temple
Elephant Cave Temple, commonly known as Goa Gajah, is a historically significant archaeological monument and one of Bali’s most renowned tourist attractions. Goa Gajah’s Elephant Cave Temple originates from the eleventh century. The spot was thought sacred, and the temple was built for prayer and enclosed meditation on a hillside where two streams met to form a river confluence. The elephant cave’s entrance is marked by a massive threatening face with a wide-open mouth that serves as a gateway. While sculptures on the exterior rock face portray diverse animal and forest patterns, the huge face of the gateway is thought to be that of an elephant.
The Balinese long-tailed macaque has a refuge and natural habitat at Ubud Monkey Forest. It may be found in Padangtegal, Ubud, Bali. They are organized into six groups, including the group in front of the major temple, the forest protection group, the central point group, the eastern group, the Michelin group, and the cemetery group. Dalem Agung Padangtegal Temple, Holy Spring Temple, and Prajapati Temple are the three temples in the Monkey Forest Ubud. The Padangtegal community owns the forest, which is managed by Mandala Suci Wenara Wana Management. The management’s goal is to keep the site sacrosanct while also promoting the Monkey Forest Ubud as an international tourism destination.
Tegalalang rice terrace
One of Bali’s most beautiful tourist destinations is the Tegalalang Rice Terraces. Tegalalang Rice Terrace is made up of cascading emerald-green fields produced by local rice farmers and is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site Cultural Landscape of Bali Province. According to mythology, a famous holy man named Rsi Markandeya passed down the Subak (an old Balinese cooperative irrigation practice) to his descendants in the seventh century.
Tirta empul temple
Tirta Empul is a large temple complex and holy mountain spring in the central Bali town of Manukaya. The location is the mythical setting of a classic tale of good vs. evil. It’s also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Built around 960 AD, the structure is a quiet witness to the old Balinese country, particularly during the Warmadewa Dynasty. The presidential palace, Istana Tampaksiring, is another adjacent and important hilltop building built during the years of the nation’s first president, Soekarno.
Gunung Kawi temple
The Gunung Kawi Temple, a group of ancient shrines carved into the face of a cliff in central Bali, makes up the complex. The main location looks out over the sacred Pakerisan River, which runs through the Tirta Empul Temple a kilometer to the north. A temple courtyard across the river from the antique reliefs features historic Hindu temples in a more contemporary architectural style. Gunung Kawi Temple is a popular route through the central uplands of the Gianyar district, and it is located in Bali’s Pejeng region, which is known for its vast collection of archaeological monuments. The 300 steps down to the river, which runs beside verdant paddy terraces and a lushly green valley, transport you back in time and away from modernity.
Bali Ubud tour Itinerary
- Ubud Art village: Batik and hand weaving, Silver factory, Painting, Wood carving.
- Tegenungan waterfall
- Elephant cave temple
- Monkey forest
- Tegalalang rice terrace
- Tirta empul temple
- Gunung Kawi temple
- Back to amed
Please take a note
- The tour starts at 8/9 am
- Full day tour 9 hours duration
- Please Select a maximum of 4 places during a full-day tour
- Suggest, Please select 1 or 2 places for Ubud art village, But if you want to visit all the places no problem too
- Please spend a maximum of 30 to 45 minutes in every single place
- IDR 50,000 extra charge over time
Bali Ubud Tour price
- Full day tour: IDR 900,000
- IDR 50,000 extra charge over time
- Parking fee
- Driver meals
- Sarong and scarf for the visiting temple
- Full Air-condition