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Tegenungan Waterfall

Tegenungan is one of the most popular waterfalls in Bali. Besides having complete facilities and easy access to reach, this natural tourist spot is also located close to Ubud. Just like other waterfalls in Bali, to be able to reach the waterfall you have to go down many stairs. However, the number of steps that must be passed approximately 250 steps. You do not need to worry about being tired when passing all these steps because at certain points there are interesting spots that you can use to take photos while resting.

Distance from hotel is 3 km

Goa Gajah Temple

Goa Gajah means elephant cave, but this place is not a cave inhabited by elephant. This tourist spot is an ancient temple built in the 11th century which was used as a place of meditation for spiritual practitioners at that time. Located in the village of Bedulu, an area located south of Ubud which is said to be the center of the kingdom of Bali in the past. Built on the side of a river called Tukad Pangkung, this ancient temple is a picture of the harmony of the two main religions that existed at that time, Hinduism and Buddhism.

Distance from hotel is 1 km

Tegalalang Rice Terrace

Tegalalang Village, a small village where the majority of the population works as farmers, therefore there is a lot of agricultural land in this village. Unfortunately the shape of the land in this village is hilly, so the farmer’s fields must also be cultivated in the hills. The form of rice fields is terraced to make it easier for farmers to irrigate their fields. But the shape of the rice terraces looks beautiful where farmers’ fields are arranged like a pyramid. Irrigation channels are made simple but very organized.

Distance from hotel is 5 km

Ubud Art Market

One of the favorite places for tourists to shop for handicrafts is Ubud Art Market. This traditional art market is located beside Ubud‘s main road. The Ubud art market is a souvenir center that must be visited by tourists both staying in Ubud and those on tours to Ubud, because the Ubud art market sells a variety of handicrafts made by local craftsmen, such as wooden statues, paintings, t-shirts, traditional cloths, sarongs, jewelry to knick-knacks.

Distance from hotel is 1 km

Ubud Monkey Forest

Ubud Wanara Wana is a monkey forest located in the middle of the area of ​​Ubud, precisely on Monkey Forest Road, Padang Tegal village, Ubud. This place is called the Monkey Forest because this forest is inhabited by approximately seven hundred tame monkeys, they are all Macaca Fascicularis or known as long-tailed macaques. The area of ​​Ubud Monkey Forest is twelve hectares consisting of a majority of forested land with large tall trees. There is a small river on the edge of the forest that has very clear water, this river is a favourite place for a number of monkeys during the day.

Distance from hotel is 1 km

Campuhan Ridge Walk

Campuhan Ridge Walk is a free and easy nature trek, popular among regular visitors in the central highland town of Ubud. This trail presents a pristine outback to escape from the contemporary boutique, guesthouse and restaurant-lined Jalan Raya Ubud. While the hike lets you enjoy the cool fresh air and the gorgeous hillside vista, it also allows you to shed off some calories too with its 9-km hill track.

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