Ubud sights on the island of Bali.

The 22 sights of Ubud worth seeing

Ubud Attractions (Bali)

Ubud is located in the mountainous part of Bali and is completely different from the business bustle of the areas of Kuta or Seminyak. Ubud is considered the cultural capital of the island with many colorful art galleries, charming museums, and beautiful temples. In the center of the city there is a delightful Royal Palace, and all the cultural attractions of Ubud and Bali are placed along the valleys and terraces with green rice fields.

Ubud is also known for its gourmet food: health-conscious eaters will find many vegetarian and vegan eateries in the city, and high-end restaurants with first-class cuisine in the resort areas.

Champuan Ridge

Walking on the ridge of Champuan.

Walking along Champuan Ridge.| Photo: Tom Roeleveld / Flickr.

If you want to explore the outskirts of Ubud and enjoy the local scenery, head to the Champuan Ridge hiking trail near the town. The trail leads through lush vegetated hills that offer beautiful views of the valley.

The trail starts directly from Gunung Lebah Temple. The trail was built for tourists and locals to enjoy the pristine natural beauty of Ubud.

The address is Campuhan Ridge Walk, Jalan Raya Campuan, Sayan, Gianyar, Bali, Indonesia.

Puri Lukisan Museum

Puri Lukisan Museum

Puri Lukisan Museum | Photo: wikimedia.

As the cultural capital of Bali, Ubud has the largest number of art galleries on the island. Modern art lovers can visit the Puri Lukisan Museum, which features a wide variety of art works. The exhibitions are accompanied by English-language commentaries on how art developed in this part of the planet.

This museum was the brainchild of a group of artists consisting of Rudolf Bonnet, Walter Spies, and local author Chokord Gede Agung Sukawati, a prince and member of the royal family of Ubud. Puri Lukisan Museum is the best place in town to improve your knowledge of art and to see works on non-religious themes, of which there are very few in other galleries.

The address is Museum Puri Lukisan, Jalan Raya Ubud, Ubud, Gianyar, Bali, Indonesia.

Taman Saraswati Temple

Taman Saraswati Temple

Taman Saraswati Temple | Photo: wikimedia

This unusual little temple is dedicated to Saraswati, the goddess of wisdom and art. Magnificent statues of the goddess stand throughout the temple, and water fountains gush from the front of the building to fill a large clear pond. People bathe in this pond with lotus blossoms and drink water from it to recharge the energy of the goddess. In the evenings, the temple is even more beautiful than during the day: against the backdrop of the night sky, there are dancing performances in the illuminated temple.

Address: Pura Taman Saraswati, Jalan Kajeng, Ubud, Gianyar, Bali, Indonesia.

Saren Palace

Saren Palace

The Saren Palace. | Photo: Jorge Franganillo / Flickr.

Saren Agung is also known as the Royal Palace of Ubud. It is located next to the art market, so you can visit the two places at once. The palace is located in the center of town and was built around 1800 during the reign of Ida Chokorda Putu Kandel.

The royal family still lives in the palace, which is also used for ceremonial rites. Tourists are allowed to walk around the garden and contemplate the beauty of Balinese ornamental architecture. In the evening you can watch traditional Balinese dancing.

Address: Ubud Palace, Jalan Raya Ubud, Ubud, Gianyar, Bali, Indonesia.

Rudang Museum

Rudang Museum

Rudan Museum.

This remarkable museum, towering over emerald rice paddies, is owned by Balinese politician Nioman Rudana and his wife Ni Wayan Olastini, who shares her husband’s love of art.

The museum’s collections span three floors and are a collection of memorabilia and 400 objects, including both classic paintings with vivid imagery and various vintage pieces, such as a calendar made in 1840. There are also modern works of art in the museum and there is a gallery nearby where you can buy works by Balinese artists.

Address: Rudana Museum, JL. Peliatan, Ubud, Peliatan, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali, Indonesia.

Gianyar Night Market

Gianyar Night Market

Night market in Gianyar. | Photo: Isabel Sommerfeld / Flickr.

The Gianyar night market is outside Ubud, but if you have a free evening, it is a must-visit. The night market is known primarily for its delicious food: you can find a wide variety of traditional Balinese snacks such as satay, fried bananas, and delicious little cakes.

Roast suckling piglets, for which Bali is famous, and many other things like clothes and toys are also sold there.

Address: Gianyar Night Market, Jl. Ngurah Rai, Gianyar, Kec. Gianyar, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80511, Indonesia.

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Goa Gaja (“Elephant Cave”)

Goa Gaja (Elephant Cave). | Photo: Patrik M. Loeff / Flickr.

Goa Gaja, which means “Elephant Cave” in Indonesian, is one of the main attractions of the island of Bali. It is located near Ubud, in the village of Bedulu, and is an impressive archaeological find that is part of a large temple complex.

To get to the site, you have to go down the stairs to a charming courtyard located in front of the entrance to the cave. The structure is believed to have been built in the eleventh century. Inside the cave are many cave paintings and a small temple for meditation and outside you can see the entire Hindu temple with a magnificent swimming pool and bubbling fountains.

Address: Goa Gajah, Bedulu, Gianyar, Bali, Indonesia.

Ubud Botanical Gardens

Ubud Botanical Garden

Ubud Botanical Garden | Photo: Max Grabert / Flickr.

One of the charms of Ubud are the park-like green areas in the heart of the city. The botanical garden was designed by Stefan Reisner, a German journalist who modeled the Royal Garden in Berlin.

He used native trees and shrubs to recreate the unique nature of Bali. The area of the garden covers an area of more than 6 hectares. There are various themed areas, greenhouses and a playground.

Address: Botanic Garden Ubud, Jl. Tirta Tawar No.6, Petulu, Kecamatan Ubud, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80571, Indonesia.

Art Museum of Agung Rai.

Agung Rai Art Museum

Art Museum of Agung Rai.

Agung Rai Art Museum, also known as ARMA is an exhibition and cultural center. It was designed by Anak Agung Gede Rai and is divided into two buildings that showcase a wide variety of works of art. In the museum you can learn more about Bali’s great art scene and see the work of local artists.

Address: Agung Rai Museum of Art, Jalan Raya Pengosekan Ubud, Ubud, Gianyar, Bali, Indonesia.

The Forest of Monkeys in Ubud

Forest of Monkeys in Ubud

The Forest of Monkeys in Ubud. | Photo: D.Meutia / Flickr.

When asked what to see in Ubud, perhaps its most famous attraction comes to mind – the forest of monkeys. It is three temples from the 14th century, located in a natural protected area, which has now become a protected area.

As the name suggests, this complex is full of cute primates. Monkeys are considered sacred animals here to protect the temples. You can buy bananas in the park to feed the monkeys. But you should be careful and watch your belongings, as these animals like to snatch sunglasses and other small items from visitors.

Address: Mandala Wisata Wenara Wana, Jalan Monkey Forest, Ubud, Gianyar, Bali, Indonesia.

Neka Museum of Art

Neka Art Museum

Neka Art Museum.

The Neka Art Museum is one of the best museums not only in Ubud but in all of Bali. It houses a huge collection of modern and classical art.

The museum exhibits tell you how Balinese art evolved, as well as showcasing the work of local emerging artists. Learn about the history of Indonesian art and see a wide variety of works including paintings, jewelry, metal and textiles.

Address: Peruse Neka Art Museum, Jalan Raya Sanggingan Campuhan, Kedewatan, Kecamatan Ubud, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80571, Indonesia.

Antonio Blanco Museum

Antonio Blanco Museum

Antonio Blanco Museum | Photo: wikimedia.

The Blanco Renaissance Museum is the former home and studio of the artist Antonio Blanco, and one of the favorite tourist spots in Ubud. It is located on a hill that overlooks the jade rice plantations of Champuan.

The museum houses many works of art: paintings, poetry collections, collages, and even lithographs. A tour of the house-museum showcases the artist’s paintings, most of which depict Balinese women and dancers. The museum is run by descendants of Antonio Blanco. In addition to the museum, there is a restaurant and a beautifully manicured garden.

Address: Blanco Museum, Jl. Raya Campuhan, Sayan, Gianyar, Bali, Indonesia.

Petulu Village Heron Colony

Petulu Village Heron Colony

A colony of herons in Petulu village.

If you don’t know what else to see in Ubud, Bali, it is worth going to Petulu village and see the heron colony. Herons fly into this little village every night to sleep in the trees. The sight is a little creepy – according to local beliefs, these are sacred birds in which the souls of the dead are imprisoned. However, if you like wildlife, do not miss the chance to go to Petulu and see this interesting show.

Address: Petulu Heron Bird Colony Watch Point, Petulu, Gianyar, Bali, Indonesia.

Tegallalang Rice Terraces

Tegallalang Rice Terraces

Tegallalang Rice Terraces | Photo: Peter Nijenhuis / Flickr.

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Another popular attraction in Ubud are the rice terraces at Tegallalang. They were created using an irrigation system called “subak,” which forms a stepped landscape of rice fields. Tegallalang terraces are located on the outskirts of Ubud. On a tour you can walk along the terraces and learn how rice is grown and harvested.

Tegallalang is better to go in the morning or late afternoon when the heat goes down, and at the end of the tour you can look in the nearby souvenir shops. For many tourists a trip to the rice terraces is the highlight of their Bali trip.

Address: Tegallalang Rice Terrace, Jalan Raya Tegallalang, Tegallalang, Gianyar, Bali, Indonesia.

Penataran Sasi Temple

Penataran Sasi Temple

Penataran Sasi Temple.

Pura Penataran Sasi was once the main temple of the kingdom of Pedjeng. In the courtyard in the high pavilion is a huge bronze drum known as the “Fallen Moon of Pedjeng.” The drum is made in the shape of an hourglass and reaches 186 cm in length – it is the largest one-piece cast drum in the world. Scientists believe it was made between 1,000 and 2,000 years ago.

The temple is located in Pedjeng, 5 kilometers east of Ubud. It is not known exactly whether the drum was made by local craftsmen or it was brought from afar – the intricate geometric patterns on its surface resemble the decorative finishes typical of West Papua and Vietnam.

Address: Pura Penataran Sasih, Jalan Raya Tampaksiring, Pejeng, Gianyar, Bali, Indonesia.

Pusering Jagad Temple

Pusering Jagad Temple

Pusering Jagad Temple.

This temple was built in 1329 and is located in Pedjeng, five kilometers east of Ubud. Young couples go there to recite prayers at the lingam and yoni stones. Also in the temple is a large stone urn decorated with intricately carved sculptures of gods and demons. As described in the Mahabharata in the legend “The Plowing of the Milky Ocean,” they seek the elixir of life. A paved pathway leads to the temple, located to the west of the main road.

Address: Pura Pusering Jagat, Jalan Raya Pejeng Tampaksiring, Pejeng, Gianyar, Bali, Indonesia.

Tegenungang Falls

Tegenungan Waterfall

Tegenungan Falls | Photo: wikimedia

In addition to its famous beaches, Bali is famous for its varied natural scenery that stretches far along the hills of Ubud. Tegenungan Falls is located near Ubud and is considered one of the most attractive natural attractions. The waterfall is surrounded by lush green vegetation and a tropical rainforest atmosphere.

If you climb to the top of the waterfall you can explore it up close and it is completely safe. When the water level is high enough, you can dive down a ten meter cliff into the cool water of the spring.

Address: Tegenungan Waterfall, Jalan Ir. Sutami, Kemenuh, Gianyar, Bali, Indonesia.

Seniman Coffee House

Seniman Coffee House

Seniman Coffee Shop | Photo: Ubud Writers & Readers Festival / Flickr.

This coffee shop, which calls itself a coffee studio, is one of the best places in Ubud to get a good cup of coffee. Guests can relax in a relaxing environment, sitting in cozy rocking chairs while they are served a freshly brewed invigorating beverage.

They take coffee seriously here and offer a large selection of drinks, including siphon and pourover coffee made from the best Indonesian varieties. You can also try the food here, which is a mix of Balinese and international cuisine, and in the evening you can order alcoholic drinks.

The address is Seniman Coffee Studio, Jalan Sri Wedari, Banjar Taman Kelod, Gianyar, Bali, Indonesia.

Indonesian Center for Textile Art

Indonesian Textile Arts Center

Indonesian textile art center.

This magnificent textile gallery is owned by Threads of Life, a charity that supports the sale of sustainable textiles in the region. The pieces displayed in the gallery are made using weaving techniques from various parts of Indonesia and are dyed with natural dyes.

The center’s exhibits tell the story of centuries of Bali’s craft traditions, and the store next door offers several fabric samples as a memento of the trip. Also for those who want to get a hands-on experience, there are courses that teach you about fabrics and how to make them.

Address: Indonesian Textile Arts Center, Jl. Kajeng No.24, Ubud, Gianyar, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80571, Indonesia.

Ubud Market

Ubud Market

Ubud Market | Photo: Roozbeh Rokni / Flickr.

Ubud Market actually consists of several different markets that replace each other throughout the day. It somewhat resembles the scene of the movie “Eat, Pray, Love” with Julia Roberts in the title role.

In the morning the market sells fruits and vegetables, and in the evening you can find works of art and handicrafts that are bought as souvenirs. The market is quite crowded in the evening, so if you do not want to lose the price, it is better to arrive as early as possible.

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Address: Ubud Market, Ubud, Gianyar, Bali, Indonesia.

Legong Dance Performance

Legong Dance Performance

Legong Dance Performance | Photo: Jorge Dalmau / Flickr.

One of the most popular events in Bali is the Legong dance, based on a 12th century legend from East Java. It is the story of a girl who was kidnapped and held captive, and much of the legend is about her release. There is exciting dancing and music and you can watch this performance in many places in Ubud: Puri Saren, Peliatan Village and Pura Dalem Puri temple.

Address: Legong dance performance, Gg. Nuri No.14, Peliatan, Kecamatan Ubud, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80571, Indonesia.

Things to see and do in Ubud, Bali.

Photo of Ubud

Bali

Ubud is located in the mountainous region of the mysterious island of Bali. The region is quite different from the bustling Seminyak and crowded Kuta and let’s get to know it a little better.

Ubud is the cultural capital of Bali. Here are concentrated art galleries, numerous museums, a variety of religious temples. In Ubud is the Royal Palace, which deserves admirable reviews. The main attractions are located along the rice terraces and picturesque valleys.

The city is also known for culinary masterpieces. Vegan and vegetarian cafes are not uncommon in Ubud.

Champuan Ridge

Photo of Chumpuan Ridge

This hiking trail is a great way to get to know the area around Ubud. It leads to the richly vegetated hills that offer a great view of the surrounding countryside.

Only on the holidays of Galungan and Kunigan – similar to the Christian Christmas. They are held on different dates, find out when planning your trip.

You can go to any tourist shop – usually there is a schedule of performances in a very prominent place.

You should be careful with these animals, they are intent on stealing something shiny or tasty from people.

The trail begins at Gunung Lebah Temple. The trail is designed for tourists and locals so that people can see the unique beauty of Balinese Ubud with their own eyes.

Art Gallery

Photo of the Gallery of Art

The island’s cultural capital is packed with a variety of art galleries. The Puri Lukisan Museum displays a variety of paintings, complete with English-language commentary on the development of art in Indonesia. Visitors not only enjoy the paintings, but also learn about the culture of Bali.

Taman Saraswati Temple

Photo of the Saraswati Temple

This small religious structure is dedicated to the goddess of art and wisdom, Saraswati. There are stone statues of the goddess, fountains, and a pond with blooming lotuses. Balinese believe that bathing in the pond fills the body with energy, keeps you young. At night, Taman Saraswati is illuminated by lights, which adds to its mystique. The temple organizes colorful dance performances dedicated to the goddess of art.

Saren Palace

Photo of Saren Palace

The Royal Palace of Ubud is located near the art market. He appeared in the early 19th century. And at the present time in the palace lives the royal family, held the main ceremonial rites.

Tourists can stroll through the garden, enjoy the unusual national architecture. In the evenings, Balinese dances are organized in Saren Palace.

Rudang Museum

Inside Rudang Museum

This three-story building, located on a hill, allows guests to get an insight into the history and culture of Bali. The displays include antiques: paintings, calendars. A distinctive feature of the museum is the opportunity to buy a favorite work of a Balinese artist in the gallery next door.

Night Market

Ubud Night Market

This attraction is located in Gianyar, outside of Ubud. If you have free time you can visit the night market. It is famous for the variety of national Balinese snacks: fried bananas, small cakes, satay. At every step sellers offer milk fried piglets, toys and national Balinese clothes.

Elephant Cave.

Entrance to Elephant Cave

Goa Gajah (Indonesian for “elephant cave”) is the island’s main attraction. It is located in the village of Bedulu, near Ubud. This archaeological find is a component of a huge temple ensemble.

In order to see with your own eyes the Goa Gajah, you need to go down the stairs to the courtyard. The structure appeared in Bali in the 11th century. Inside the cave are preserved rock paintings, there is a small temple for meditation. Outside, visitors can see a Hindu religious building with fountains and a swimming pool.

Ubud Botanical Gardens

Botanical Garden

In the center of the city designed by German journalist Stefan Reisner has developed a botanical garden. On the territory of 6 hectares recreated the wonderful local nature, selected thematic areas, playground, made a greenhouse. There are numerous tropical plants, including rare ones, on the territory 300-400 meters above sea level. Each area has been given beautiful names.

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In total, there are more than 21,000 specimens belonging to 2,400 species. There is also a herbarium with 10,000 plant species in the reserve.

Corners of the garden are devoted to individual species of flora:

Begonia collection (100 species, including three endangered ones);

an orchid corner (300 species, including an endangered variety – the black orchid from Kalimantan);

conservatory with hybrid and rare plants;

Each corner is interesting in its own way, so you can walk around the botanical garden for several hours. Artists love to visit here, drawing inspiration from nature for masterpieces of painting.

Art Museum of Agung Rai.

Agung Rai Museum

ARMA is a cultural and exhibition center. By design, the museum is divided into two separate buildings, each containing a variety of works of art. Visitors can explore the works of local artists.

Monkey Forest

Inside the Monkey Forest

The Primate Forest is considered the most popular attraction of Ubud. Three 14th century temples are located in the protected area. Monkeys are recognized in Bali as sacred mammals protecting the structures. In the park, guests can buy bananas and then treat themselves to the treat of curious “locals.”

While walking through the forest, you need to watch your belongings, as the monkeys snatch small objects, tear off sunglasses and panamas.

Neka Museum of Art

Neka Art Museum outside

This unique museum on the island of Bali has a large collection of works by classical and contemporary artists.

From the exhibits, visitors learn about the stages of Balinese art’s forcing and study the work of young artists. There are also exhibits that give an idea of Indonesian art: jewelry, paintings, fabrics, metal works.

There is a huge collection of modern and classical art.

Antonio Blanco Museum

Photo of the Antonio Blanco Museum

Located in the former workshop home of artist Antonio Blanco, one of the popular tourist spots in Ubud. The museum towers over the rice terraces of Champuan, embodying the power of art.

The displays include a variety of works: books of poetry, paintings, lithographs, and collages. During a tour of the house-museum, visitors are introduced to the works of the former owner. The paintings depict dancers and beautiful women of Bali. The museum is run by descendants of the famous artist. In addition to exploring the exhibits, guests can relax in the beautiful garden and have lunch in the restaurant.

A cluster of herons in Petulu

Photo of herons in Petulu

A flock of herons flies into the small village every day to spend the night. Locals believe that the souls of dead people move into these birds, so they try to avoid the village. And travelers from different corners of the world enjoy watching an unusual sight, not giving much thought to omens and beliefs.

Rice Terraces

Photo of the rice terraces

A special place among the attractions of Ubud are the rice terraces in Tegallalang. They were created due to the irrigation system “subak” (creating a stepped landscape). This site is located on the outskirts of the resort of Ubud. During the tour program guests walk along the rice plantations, listen to an interesting story about the peculiarities of rice growing, harvesting.

It is better to go here in the early morning or late evening to endure the tour (it is almost impossible to do in the afternoon because of the intense heat). Many tourists consider a visit to the rice terraces as one of the most memorable moments of the trip.

Penataran Sasi Temple

Photo of the temple of Penataran Sasi

Previously, this religious structure was the main temple in the kingdom of Penjeng. On its grounds in the pavilion is a large bronze drum called the Fallen Moon. It is made in the form of a Christmas tree clock. At 186 centimeters tall, it is the largest all-metal drum on the planet. If we believe the hypotheses put forward by scientists, the object was created 1-2 thousand years ago.

The temple was built in Pedjenga, which is just five kilometers east of Ubud. There is no information about whether the unusual drum was created by a local craftsman or an overseas craftsman. On the surface of the object made unusual geometric patterns characteristic of Vietnam and West Papua.

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Pusering Jagad Temple

Photo of the Pusering Jagad Temple

It appeared in Pedjeng in the first half of the 14th century. The temple was built in the middle of the 14th century in Pedzenga and is a favorite place for newlyweds who dream of happiness and harmony in their families. There is a huge stone urn inside the temple, decorated with carved sculptures of demons and deities. According to local legend, they are trying to find the elixir of eternal life. You can get to the temple along a paved path to the west of the main road.

Tegenungang Falls

Photo of the Tegenungan Waterfall

The island of Bali is known not only for its beautiful beaches, but also for the many waterfalls that can be found along the hills. Tegenungan Falls is a unique natural attraction in Ubud. It is surrounded by beautiful vegetation and tropical forests.

Climbing to the top of the waterfall, you can enjoy picturesque views of the surrounding area. A swimming pool is formed near the cliff, bathing in which, if the locals believe, adds strength, keeps you young.

Seniman Coffee House

Recognized as the best coffee shop in Ubud, guests enjoy a cup of quality coffee in a comfortable environment. Sit in rocking chairs while waiting for the invigorating beverage to be served. Guests are offered coffee of exceptional Indonesian varieties. Guests can also enjoy a fusion of international and Balinese cuisine and order alcoholic beverages.

Indonesian Textile Art

The textile haberdashery is owned by the Threads of Life Charitable Society. The samples displayed in the gallery are made using weaving techniques from various corners of Indonesia. Natural dyes are used to dye the fibers.

The exhibits present the history of craft development on the island. You can buy textile samples in the store nearby. There are workshops and training courses on how to make Balinese textiles.

Ubud Market

Photo of Ubud Market

It is a collection of several markets that change throughout the day. In the morning hours they sell fruits and vegetables, handicrafts, paintings. In the evening the number of buyers increases, haggling will be a problem.

Legong Dance Festivals

Legong Festival

Among the vibrant events of Bali a special place belongs to the dance of Legong. If you believe the legend, it came to the island from the east of Java in the 12th century. The dance tells the story of a kidnapped girl and her release. Tourists enjoy the amazing music, delightful dancing. Performances with the dance of Legong are organized in different parts of Ubud: in the village of Peliatan, Puri Saren, the temple of Pura Dalem.

It is through the national dance that visitors to the island are introduced to Asian culture and traditions. Legong is a divine dance, learning which begins in early childhood. Amazing not only the flexibility of movement of dancers, but also the brightness of their costumes. Performances are organized almost every night at different resorts. The cost of an hour program is 80,000 rupees.

Nature trails.

Photo of the Sari Organik Trail

In addition to the many temples, national holidays, the island has created several nature trails.

Sari Organik runs through the rice paddies and is 3,500 kilometers long. Away from the bustling Jalan Raya Ubud trail, tourists find themselves in a tranquil atmosphere. Along the way there are art exhibitions, artisan workshops, spas, small cafes with national food. Guests can check out the herbal sauna, yoga center, rent a villa. Not far from Sari Organik is a space suitable for meditation and relaxation from the hustle and bustle of the city. From Sari Organik you can enjoy beautiful views of the surroundings and see the Batu Karu Mountains.

Along the Sari Organik tourists go to Puri Lukisan, which ends in the center of Ubud. Along the way there are cafes, several small hotels.

Photo of Ubud

In Ubud, guests can not only enjoy a beach holiday, but also actively spend their free time. Among the places that can be included in the tourist itinerary, we note the royal tombs Gunung Kawi. Located these beautiful bas-relief tombs in the ravine, which can be accessed by stairs with many steps and magic tunnel. During the tour, tourists can see the monks’ cells, a small temple, and enjoy views of the rice terraces.

Nearby and the holy springs of Tirtha Empul, and the preserved remains of the ancient cave city. Ubud is famous for culinary delights. In addition to the expensive restaurants in the region, there are small cafes with a cozy home atmosphere and fresh seafood delicacies.

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