Visit the artisan villages around Ubud on a full-day tour of Balinese culture. Check out the local handicrafts, including batik in Batubulan, gold and silver jewelry in Celuk, and wood sculptures in Mas. Visit Batuan Temple and Sebatu Holy Spring Temple, then enjoy a buffet lunch overlooking Kintamani Volcano (Mt Batur). In the afternoon, you’re guided to a luwak coffee plantation, rice field, the Ubud Village, Ubud Art Market and Tegunungan Waterfall.
Ubud day trip to traditional villages and temples
Explore the batik, silverwork, and woodcarvings of Batubulan, Celuk, and Mas
See Batuan Temple and Sebatu Holy Spring Temple
Enjoy a buffet lunch with views of Mt. Batur
Learn from your guide about luwak coffee and Balinese rice terraces
Visit Ubud Monkey Forest, Ubud Art Market, and Ubud Palace
Round-trip hotel transportation by air-conditioned minivan
Since my time in Bali was short I decided to do a day tour to try and see as much as possible. My guide Rai was very informational and extremely helpful and accommodating throughout the day, always wanting to make sure everything went smoothly. There's a lot to fit into the day but it never felt rushed.
This trip is amazing our driver was called Rudi and he was so lovely made the trip so much fun and was even our personal photographer for the day. I would highly recommend this trip you get to see so much stuff in just one day and really experience what Bali is really about. The trip is personalised to your needs so if you want to miss something out and spend more time at another you can, and you never feel rushed at any destination. I wouldn’t even hesitate to book this trip it’s everything you need and hopefully you get Rudi he’s amazing.
Had an amazing day our with our guide Sudi. Nothing was too much trouble, he explained everything to us and was very passionate about his country. We learnt so much on our day out and Sudi made that experience for us a special one. Don't hesitate to book this tour but ask for Sudi.
My driver was fantastic. He brought me to everything I wanted to see in Bali. He made me feel safe and gave me lots of information. He always gave me enough time to look around and was always waiting when I was ready. The food was great I received, great Indonesian food. I'd recommend this trip to everyone.
Having only one day off in Ubud, this tour was perfect for me to visit the highlights of the area and also get to know more about the local culture.
My guide, Komang, was very professional and reliable, sharing a lot of insights from a local perspective. Booking was easy, communication and pickup was prompt and everything went smoothly. It was a great way to spend the day and there was a lot of flexibility to what I wanted to see or when we moved to the following site. Would esp recommend for families or couples.
we packed so much in on this long day and our driver/guide didn't miss a beat really went out of his way to make sure everyone was enjoying the Bali experience. Would love to do again sometime with my son Eugene
This is an all day event. My tour guide, Komang Tri, was very knowledgeable and helpful. He was timely for the pick up at the hotel. In Bali it is easier to have a driver so this made the tour less stressful all you have to do is show up. The first two places we went to was the batik and cooper/silver making. These places were more for shopping but there are a lot of good selections. The next few places were I felt like must see. We went to a temple, rice terrace, monkey forest, coffee plantation. My tour guide was very good to explain each location and culture. The monkey forest definitely delivered. It’s a huge space compared to the one in Japan. This was a better experience. Do watch out for your things as the monkeys can get mischievous. The rice terrace was a great site. If you’re not afraid of heights or love roller coasters do the swing there. The coffee plantation was a good afternoon break. Lunch was over a view of the Batur mountain. The food is catered to tourist but still very good. I enjoyed the tour tremendously and learned so much!