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Ubud Higlights - Monkey Forest, Temple and Rice Terrace4 Reviews
Explore most beautifull and very well known places in Ubud with private guided tour. You will have chance to see most higlights places in Ubud with Private & comportable air conditioned car.
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- Walk trought the Rain forest and meet hundreds of Friendly monkeys
- Get the chance to see center of ubud and Traditional art Market
- Seeing magnificent green scenery view at Tegalalang rice terrace
- Taste the real of locals foods at Local restaurant with greet view of rice field
DescriptionStart the tour we will visit the sacred monkey forest. The places called sacred because there are few temples inside of the area, with the rain forest and some big trees you will see hundreds of wild monkeys swinging on the trees. Take some pictures with the friendly monkeys for your memory. After visiting the Ubud Monkey Forest, the Ubud full-day tour will be continued again by visiting one of the largest traditional markets in the Ubud area, which is better known as the Ubud Central Market. This is because many handicraft items are sold in this market, in addition to other necessities. Its location in the center of Ubud, and close to various other tourist areas, One of the tips that you can do while shopping at Ubud Central Market is so that you don't hesitate to haggle. Because it is possible, with the ability to bargain that you have, you will get the item you want, much lower than the previously offered price. Continued the Ubud Day Tour to visit Tegalalang Rice Terrace. Where this tourist attraction is known for its beautiful views of the rice fields. Is there only just that? Of course not, in contrast to other rice fields that you may often see in the area where you live. The scenery at Tegalalang Rice Terrace is made different, where the rice fields in this area are designed with local irigations system called Subak. Next Visit Tirta Empul Temple It is said that whoever is sprinkled by this spring will be given success and salvation. Therefore, some tourists never forget to purify and perform purification, when visiting this Tirta Empul Temple. After almost all the tourist attractions you have explored, now is the time for you to enjoy lunch (lunch). Of course with a variety of Balinese dishes/culinary. Such as, betutu chicken, satay wrap, lawar, sambal matah, and others. In addition to Balinese cuisine, you can also eat a variety of domestic and foreign dishes, which have been provided by the Ubud full-day tour committee. Of course with a variety of cuisine menus that upload your appetite. Next Visit Coffee plantation which is famous for its civet coffee plantation, you will have the opportunity to see firsthand about the civet animal, which is the best medium for producing civet coffee in the world. Here you can witness firsthand the process of roasting coffee beans and the process of grinding coffee, until finally, it becomes a coffee powder drink that you usually enjoy every day. The adventure in this coffee plantation will end with enjoying a cup of coffee, with a beautiful view of the coffee plantation and refreshing the eyes The end we will visit Tukad Cepung Waterfall Visiting Tukad Cepung Waterfall seems to take you a little bit away from the noise of the city and also the hot air in the coastal area, which has indeed become a characteristic of Bali in general. How not, Tukad Cepung Waterfall is a waterfall tourist attraction that has a height of about 15 meters and is located on the sidelines of high cliffs.
IncludesPrivate air conditioning car with english speaking driver Parking fees Fuel 1 Bottle mineral water/person Entrances tickets to Monkey forest Entrances tickets to Telalang rice terrace Entrances tickets to Tirta Empul Temple Entrances tickets to Tukad Cepung waterfall
- 1. This is Private tour experience, Means we will not shared you with other people 2. We requared minimum of 2 person for booking 3. Women during menstruations not allowed to visit the temple