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Bali Ubud For Culture History And Stunning Landscapes

Bali Ubud For Culture History And Stunning Landscapes

If you are visiting Bali, you should definitely make a trip to Ubud. Bali is known for its rice fields, art and landscapes, but if you travel inland to Ubud, you will find yourself immersed in a cultural experience.

Ubud is home to ancient ruins dating back to the Bali kingdom. You can also see the Titra Empul temple, which is only a few miles away in Pejeng. Another place to visit is the Goa Gajah cave, which literally translates to the Elephant Cave. This cave has a demon-shaped opening and many folktales states that the cave was created from a giant’s fingernail.

Moreover, if you are really into history, you may also want to plan a trip to nearby Bedulu, as it is home to many archaeological sites. However, if you are just looking forward to kickback and relax, check out the many spas located in the Ubud area. I guarantee that you won’t be disappointed.

If you are the active type, you may even want to try water rafting or take a long hike along the coast of Bali.

If you are interested in the local culture, be sure to not miss the various dance performances in Ubud. Ubud features weekly Kecak, Legong, and Barong dance shows as well as Ramayana and Mahabharata ballets and concerts by the local orchestra, which uses traditional instruments.

For a wildlife-themed day trip, it might be a good idea to head to the Ubud Monkey Forest, which is home to hundreds of long-tailed macaque monkeys.

Overall, Ubud is a unique city situated in Bali and definitely offers activities to suit anyone’s personality. This is especially a perfect destination for those looking for a cultural experience.


  1. Roxy  July 22, 2016

    We’ve arrievd at the end of the line and I have what I need!


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