Bali - Best Ubud : Waterfall, Rice Terrace & Monkey Forest

Tour Code: DPSBA-DT05

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Enjoy Bali’s authentic nature, a well-preserved monkey sanctuary and taste the most famous Luwak Coffee inside coffee plantation

From :

USD $ 59

per person

About this tour


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Your private Full-day tour will start at 08.30 Bali Time (GMT+8)

Our driver will pick you up from your Hotel/Villa Lobby and drive you all the way to Tegenungan – one of Bali’s famous waterfall due to its authentic natural setting and easy access.

Tegenungan Waterfall

Tegenungan – one of Bali’s famous waterfall due to its authentic natural setting and easy access.

Mas Village

Next destination is visiting Mas Village, well known for its wood carving production since tourist boom in late 80s. Most of the prominent Balinese wood carvers are living here where they teaching the young generation to create unique design and craft fine woodcarvings. You may have some chat or learn some technique if you are interested or do have passion about the art of wood carving

Monkey Forest

After Mas Village, you will be visiting Ubud Monkey Forest sanctuary-home of more than 600 long tailed macaques. Stroll inside the preserved tropical forest to wondering around and amaze the mystical atmosphere where you are able to interact with the Monkeys under the forest guard monitoring. You can ask help from the guard to calm the monkey if you wish to make some Instagram photos and videos while safely interact with the monkey. Walk deeper inside the forest and you will find the old bridge where the ancient temple is located for the Balinese to pray. Here is one of the best spots to mesmerizing the tropical forest and have some best pose for your photo and share with your social media followers.

Ubud Traditional Market

Your next stop is Ubud Traditional Market where you walk around to buy some souvenirs at the reasonable price if you can practice your bargain skill-don’t be shy and just try it out to start some fun conversation with the friendly sellers. You can also buy seasonal tropical fresh fruits such as Mangos, Bananas, and typical Balinese fruit “Salak or Snake fruit” and many more. From here you can walk through to reach Ubud Royal Palace. Entering the area, you can walk around to take pictures of the traditional Balinese architecture complex.

Tegallalang UNESCO World Heritage Padi Terraces

The next stop is Ubud, the centre of Balinese art and home preserved beautiful lush green rice fields including UNESCO world heritage Padi Terraces, where you can walk and take photo inside.  A part from this experience you will enjoy one of Bali’s famous jungle swings and you may relax after a long trip and try Balinese Luwak Coffee

This personalize-customized full day best Instagram tour is curated based on private basis to provide safety, comfort and freedom.  Your safety and health is our paramount





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What to bring

Know before you go

The best time to visit Bali is between April and October, the island’s dry season

  • Infant meals are not included
  • Please bring sun cream, a hat and your camera
  • Pick up area coverage: Kuta, Tuban, Seminyak, Canggu, Jimbaran, Nusa Dua, Sanur and Ubud

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