Ubud-Monkey forest-Ubud Art Market Tour with a private guide
Ubud is largely known as a remarkable enter of fine arts, dance and music. The spectacular views of green paddy terraces makes Ubud as one of the most visited area in Bali. Touring in Ubud area is simply wonderful and electrifying. The area is an enchanting district offering the most artistic and tranquil setting for holiday. Ubud boasts perfect spots for relaxation, sightseeing and chilling out. Here, the painting gallery, museum, art-shop, and work-shop are endless. It seems that the artistic works are the parts of local Ubud people's daily lives.
-08. 30 leave hotel or port.
-09. 30 Kesiman village, to watch The magical barong and kris
dance performance, the most popular dance in Bali.
- Exploring Fine Art and Craft in Bali include visiting ;
Tohpati the Batik and hand weaving fabric village, Celuk
village the silver and gold smith.
-. Batuan Puseh temple.
- Ubud peliatan palace
-Ubud monkey forest.
-Tegalalang rice terrce.
-Batur volcano ( lunch stop).
-Coffee plantation with civet.
-Back at the hotel.
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Cruise Ship Port, Airport, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building
Duration: 9 hours
well-maintained, model 2012 Nissan Mini Van with A/C that can comfortably accommodate 5 full size adults.
however, if you have 6 in your party and 2 of them are average to small, they can fit in with one in the front 3 in the middle and 2 in the back making it feasible for a total of six (6) guests. Please let me know if this is the case. The price of the tours will not increase if you decide to use this option.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
30 ID R 250.000 - 25 ID R 250.000 - entrance ticket,donation and lunch
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Fantastic tour. We learned so much about Bali, it's culture, important industries, Hindu faith from Mully K. He was flexible in his planning so we were able to decide our agenda (eg we skipped the silver merchants; chose Temple over Waterfall; visited Royal Palace but skipped the shopping ) . Highly recommend!