Maximize your time in the cultural hub of Ubud on a private, full-day sightseeing tour from your accommodation. As you listen to informative commentary from your guide, you’ll visit the villages of Tophati, Celuk and Batuan to gain insight into traditional crafts like wood carving, Batik painting and silver crafting. Visit Gunung Kami Sebatu, a holy Hindu water temple, and admire the architectural majesty of Ubud Palace before you watch playful macaques frolic in the Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary. Receive undivided attention from your guide on this private tour.
- Private full-day sightseeing tour of Ubud from your accommodation
- Trave to local villages like Tophati, Celuk and Batuan to gain isnight into indigenous crafts Admire the majestic Ubud Palace and Gunung Kawi Sebatu holy water temple
- Marvel at playful macaques in their natural environment in the Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary
- Receive undivided attention from your guide on this private tour
What You Can Expect
This tour takes you to explore Ubud’s fascinating culture, country lifestyle, handicrafts, picturesque rice fields and villages. The tour starts by visiting art villages when you are picked up from your accommodation at 9am. You will visit Tohpati Village for Batik Art, Celuk Village for Gold and Silver Art, Batuan Village for Painting and Mas Village for Wood Carving Art. The next destination you will visit is Batuan Village where you will visit a traditional Balinese House Compound to learn about the daily activities of the local, then you will continue onto visit Pura Desa Adat Batuan. It is beautifully designed with Balinese architecture and Balinese ornaments décor throughout the entire temple building including the entrance gate. Head to Ceking Village in Tegalalang next where you will get a nice view of the rice terraces. It is one of the smallest rice terraces in Ubud, here you will have a chance to learn about the Bali irrigation system. About 10 minutes from Tegalalang you will reach Sebatu Village. Here you will visit the spring holy water temple (Gunung Kawi Sebatu). There are ancient shrines surrounded by crystal clear pools fed by natural springs. Local people come to bath in the sacred waters for healing and spiritual benefits. Lastly you will visit the centre of Ubud to visit the Monkey forest. You will see how the monkeys live and what activities they do. You will then visit Ubud Palace with beautiful Balinese traditional houses and where the King of Ubud resides. Your tour finishes when you are taken back to your accommodation at 5pm.