Ubud Tour is tour package to visit some tourist attractions in Ubud environment such as: Goa Gajah, Pejeng, Monkey Forest, Ubud Market, and Petulu (the Kokokan town house).Ubud is a picturesque township and visitors have been attracted by its charm and beauty for decades.In fact, Ubud comes from the word “ubad”, Balinese for medicine, stemming from the healing properties of a certain herb growing near the Campuhan River. Many of Ubud’s aristocrats were (and some still are) renown for their healing powers. Yet their powers went beyond health. Even into this century and long after the Dutch invasion of Bali and Indonesia’s independent, Ubud’s royal families have commanded great respect from the people.
2-4 pax : $80 / per person
5-8 pax : $65/ per person
9-13 pax : $52 / per person
14-17 pax : $48 / per person
18-25 pax : $47 / per person
26-40 pax : $50 / per person
- Comfortable vehicle with Full AC
- Experienced Tour Guide and English Speaking Driver
- Entrance Tickets at tourist destination mentioned on the itinerary
- Equipment Sarong and Scarf when entering temple or involve in a ceremony
- 1 bottle of mineral water each on board
- Lunch at Ubud Restaurant
- Government tax and service charge
Tour Itinerary as follows:
Visit Goa Gajah
In Goa Gajah there is a relief which is almost looking like the form of mountain on the entrance of this cave. It was carved many designed on the relief like grove with the stick, close leaf, and animal.The cave mouth is decorated by the bas-relief with the eye turn around to the right or west side. There is an article letter of Kediri type from the early of 11 century was written on the wall left side or east side. There is a pool (Patirthaan) as a place to take the holy Tirtha water for Hindu ceremony which is located in the middle of the cave courtyard. The Holy pool is equipped by the statue douche which is parallel arranged in two groups….
Pejeng is a village in Bali, located in Gianyar Regency. It is home to the Moon of Pejeng, the largest single-cast bronze kettle drum in the world and the largest known relic from Southeast Asia’s Bronze Age period. Pejeng is a rural area with extensive, and ancient, irrigated rice cultivation. The drum is 186.6 centimetres high and the diameter of the tympano is 160 centimetres.It is kept at Pura Penataran Sasih in Pejeng, in the Petanu River valley which, along with the adjacent Pakerisan River valley, forms the heartland of South Bali where complex irrigated rice culture first evolved on the island…
Visit Monkey Forest
The monkeys within the Sacred Monkey Forest of Padangtegal are commonly called long-tailed macaques. Their scientific name is Macaca fascicuiaris. Currently, there are approximately 340 (32 adult males, 19 male sub adult, 77 adult females, 122 juvenile and 54 infants). Within long-tailed macaque societies, females are typically born into and remain with a single troop for life. In contrast, adult and sub-adult males may migrate between troops (young adult males typically leave their natal troop between the ages of 4 to 8 years).
Visit Ubud Art Market
Ubud is a picturesque township and visitors have been attracted by its charm and beauty for decades. It now boasts a post office, telegraph and telephone office and is home to at least one international hotel. Yet despite its growth and the large influx of foreigners who live or pass through here, Ubud still retains its charm. In the ’70s, it was a sleepy haven with a few losmen. Now it has become a mecca for foreign artists and business people alike with hundreds of inns, cafes and restaurants to soothe weary traveler.
Petulu is known for many things but the most spectacular is the kokokan or white herons. Petulu village is located in north east of Ubud village. Every morning at dawn and in the afternoon around three or four o’clock, you can see them circling the trees in droves. They nest in the trees along the road through the village, and make a spectacular sight as they fly in and commence squabbling over the prime perching places.
08.30 ~ Pick up at Hotel (Ubud area or South Bali)
09.30 ~ Visit Goa Gajah
10.30 ~ Visit Pejeng moon
12.30 ~ Lunch at local restaurant
14.00 ~ Visit Monkey Forest Ubud
15.00 ~ Visit Ubud Market
16.30 ~ Visit Petulu Herons
18.00 ~ Back to Hotel
What to bring:
Modest cloth, sports shoes, jacket, hat, camera, money, sunglasses and sunscreen.