the full day tour of Ubud's Arts and culture.
This popular full day tour takes you on a journey to visit tourist destinations and other interesting places in Ubud Village, the center of art and culture in the Bali islands.
Ubud is a town on the Indonesian island of Bali in the Ubud District, located among rice paddies and steep ravines in the central foothills of the Gianyar regency.
One of Bali's major arts and cultural centres, it has developed a large tourism industry. Ubud is one of the famous villages most visited in Bali islands, as it offers many kinds of beautiful art, myth, and history.
It's a perfect destination for those who love Art and Cultural history. It's also an ideal location to shop for authentic, Bali made goods, so this can be an excellent shopping excursion.
08. 00 Meet and Greet
- Watching Barong Dance
- Visit Toh Patih Village to see Balinese Batik production
- Visit Celuk Village, to see Gold and Silver smith
- Visit Batuan Temple, one of the oldest Village temple and famous painter galery
- Visit Mas village, to see wood carving
- Visit ubud Palace/Monkey Forest
- Arrive at the Hotel or Cruise terminal
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Cruise Ship Port, Hotel
Duration: 10 hours
I drive a Toyota Avanza (2014).
Comfortable, very clean car with air-conditioning,
Suitable up to 5 Travelers
Estimated Local Cash Needed
20 USD - Approx IDR 200.000,- up to IDR 250.000,- for : Lunch
1. I am a tour guide-driver, and can guide only in English.
2. My car can fit up to 5 people comfortably. Please inquire for larger group.
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Our tour of Bali yesterday was amazing, and my wife and I could not imagine a better guide than Jefta - he was friendly, professional and, of course, informative. He brought the culture of Bali in all of its intricacies to life for us, from the native Barong dance play to the monkey forest, to the 11th century Hindu temple and the Batik factory. If you are looking for a guide to show you the "real" Bali, not just some tourist sites, look no further than Jefta