An offering to thank the Hindu deities in the Balinese temples or shrines. Experience the creation of these modest offerings and understand the meaning of this ancient ritual.
The Ubud Monkey Forest, also known as Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary is located in Padangtegal, which houses 700 monkeys in a 12.5-hectare forest with 186 species of trees. There are also 3 temples inside the forest, which was built during the 14th Century.
Famously known as Elephant Cave, Goa Gajah is a significant and unique archaeological site. Goa Gajah was built during the 11th century dedicated for meditation. It is located only 6km from the hotel.
Tegalalang Rice Terrace, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a must-see tourist attraction in Ubud. Visitors can hike through these rice terraces during the day or simply learn how the locals plant paddy.
One of the latest attractions in Ubud made famous through social media especially on Instagram. It encompasses many swings with different elevations, overlooking beautiful luscious greenery and river.