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Ubud Cultural Day Tour: A Day for Balinese Cultural Experience
"08:30 - 09:00: Pick up at your Bali hotel09:30 - 10:30: Barong DanceThe Barong dance is the classic battle story of good (The Barong) against the evil (The evil witch Rangda). Barongs are figures in Balinese tradition come in many forms. The most common one is like a baroque Chinese lion with big eyes and clacking jaws. It is one of the most sacred masks in Bali usually played by two strong men. The most interesting part is at the end of the performance some male dance get into trance condition and stabbing himself with a sharp ""kris"" traditional weapon.10:45 - 12:00: Art Villages (Celuk Batuan
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"Bali Sightseeing Day Trip from Temples
Bali Volcano Tour - A Visit to The Volcano with Stunning Sightseeing"Your magical Balinese adventure begins in the morning when your friendly local guide will pick you up at your hotel in Bali and take you to the Goa Gajah Temple. Built directly into a cave the façade is covered with carvings of animals and demons. Next it’s on to the natural spring waters of the Tirta Empul Temple thought to have purifying properties and neighbored by the country’s presidential palace. Enjoy a delicious buffet lunch overlooking the crater of the Kintamani Kintamani volcanic area formed by a massive eruption thousands of years ago. After lunch relax your muscles in the warm natural hot springs of Toya Bungkah
From $79.00
 
Kintamani and Ubud Village Chartered Car
"Tour Itinerary: Watch the Balinese sacred dance performance “BARONG and KERIS DANCE” Visit Ubud Art Villages for Shopping : TOHPATI village as known for batik processing and hand weaving cloth CELUK is famous f home of Painters and Traditional House Compound MAS known as Wood Carvers village 3. Visit Tampaksiring TIRTA EMPUL Temple and perform a purification ceremony by going to the water using sarong (traditional dress) cleansing your body and soul using the holy spring water4. Visit AGRO TOURISM to see Coffee Farm Spicy Vanilla
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Bali Pulina Agro Tourism Coffee Plantation

Bali Pulina is a coffee plantation next to the Tegallalang Rice Terraces north of Ubud. The small exhibit has numerous types of coffee plants, civet cats that play a crucial role in making the famous...
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Samanera Bowl

Samanera Bowl is the restaurant located in the front lobby of the Barong Resort on Monkey Forest Road. This was the first restaurant we tried in Ubud, after our relatively late arrival. We were the...
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Sura's Warung

After walking around the rice fields one afternoon, we headed back into Ubud on Jalan Kajeng. This quiet street had many small businesses that appealed to us more than than big fancy places on Monkey...
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Surya Terrace Cekingan

While visiting the Tegallalang Rice Terraces, we stopped for a quick beer and fresh juice at Surya Terrace Cekingan. We had a Bintang and a few mixed juices with dragonfruit and other other tasty...
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Sweet Orange Warung

On our second day in Ubud, we decided to take a walk in the rice fields north of town. After 15 or 20 minutes of walking on narrow trails, we stumbled upon a place called Sweet Orange Warung, a small...
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Coconut Juice at Tegallalang Rice Terraces

After wandering around the Tegallalang Rice Terraces for about an hour, hauling a child on my back, I was ready for a break. Luckily there is a small rest stop at the top of the terrace opposite the...
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Cafe Wayan and Bakery

On our last morning in Ubud, we stopped at Cafe Wayan and Bakery for a quick cup of coffee and ice cream for our son. This turned out to be the perfect stop for our last memories of this great...
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Waroeng Bernadette

While wandering around Ubud one evening, we stopped at Waroeng Bernadette for a beer and appetizers before dinner. This is a nice big restaurant with odd decorations throughout, such as the word...
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Anomali Coffee

Anomoli Coffee, whose name translates to anomaly in English, bills itself as offering original Indonesian coffee. We stopped here while wandering around Ubud and in need of a short break. We had a...
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Warung Lokal

Warung Lokal is a tiny restaurant in Ubud that features a variety of local foods in a simple setting. The restaurant is run by a local family, and the dining room looks to be part of their house. ...
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Taco Casa

Taco Casa, located just south of Monkey Forest Rd. and the main loop of shops and spas in Ubud, is an AMAZING restaurant. I was shocked to find such authentic Mexican food in Indonesia! I had a...
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Made's Warung (Penestanan)

Made's restaurant is wonderfully charismatic place tucked away in Penestanan village where one can dine al fresco amidst the pastoral charm of rural Bali. The individual bale provides separation but...
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Naughty Nuri's Warung and Grill

The food : anything grill. Their best one is the Ribs (not halal, it's pig's ribs). Then if you still want to have something else, have their chicken.The drink : THE Martini of course. It's always...
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Gaya Gelato

You're in Sayan. You have lunch at Gaya restaurant, spend afternoon at the gallery and you're about to go back for your late afternoon rendezvous in Ubud Central.. Oh, but not before you stop by at...
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Jln Lanyahan, Br. Nagi, Ubud, Bali, 80571, Indonesia
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Jalan Raya Sanggingan, Banjar Lungsiakan, Kedewatan, Ubud, Bali, 80571, Indonesia
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Jalan Raya Nyuh Kuning, Pengosekan, Ubud, Bali, 80571, Indonesia
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Jalan Bisma, Ubud, 80571, Indonesia
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Hanoman Street Padang Tegal, Ubud, 80571, Indonesia
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Jl. Suweta, Br. Sambahan, Ubud, Gianyar, Bali, 80571, Indonesia
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Top Things to Do in Ubud

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Monkey Forest

The Monkey Forest Sanctuary is home to three main temples: Pura Dalem Agung, Pura Beji, and Pura Prajapati. Each of these temples is said to have been founded in the middle of the 14th Century. ...
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Wood Carvings

wherever you go around the wood carving village of mas in Ubud, all the wood carving stores have an open and transparent woodcarving working area where you can see the skilled craftsmen making...
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Palace

Ubud Palace is one of the main places to see traditionial Balinese dances performed on a nightly basis. Most performances begin at 7:30 p.m. & last a few hours. Get there early for the best seats....
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Kecak Dance

the Monkey Dance or the Kecak is a fairly recent addition to the balinese dance as it was only made in 1930. the monkey dance was lifted from the Ramayana wherein more than 100 half-naked male...
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Antonio Blanco Museum

Catalonian by way of the Philippines, Antonio Blanco studied at the National Academy of Art in New York, after which he traveled the world, landing in Bali in 1952. He married a famous Balinese...
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Market

The Ubud market is located in central Ubud near the northern end of Monkey Forest Road and across the street from the Royal Palace. Known as "Pasar Seni Ubud" in the local language, offers a variety...
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