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Experience the magic of Ubud, one of Bali’s most charming areas, during this flexible-length private tour. Immerse yourself in traditional Balinese culture during an exploration of the local wood, stone and silver artisans, plus a performance of a Keris Dance. Pair your morning adventures with an authentic lunch of local favorites like ‘Babi Guling’ (suckling pig), plus a visit to a coffee and spices plantation and a stop at a Balinese temple, market and palace. Lunch, entrance fees, private driver and round-trip hotel transport are all included.

Highlights

  • Enjoy a private tour of the top sights near Ubud
  • Admire the artisan handiwork of area stone carvers, wood carvers, silversmiths and painters
  • Dig into a traditional lunch of 'Babi Guling' (suckling pig) or Ayam Betutu (spicy chicken)
  • Discover Bali's lush plantations and their rich crop of coffee and spices
  • Learn about Balinese religion at the Tirta Empul temple
  • Admire a Balinese Keris Dance in Batubulan Village
  • Private tour ensures personalized service

What You Can Expect

Private Ubud Tour: Batubulan Village, Tirta Empul Temple, Monkey Forest with Lunch

Monkey Forest

Customer Reviews

Kayleigh l

5 star rating: Highly Recommended March 2016

me and my boyfriend went on this tour and had the best day ever! Tour was amazing and tour guides were the nicest and friendliest people we have ever met! They make sure you have everything you want and are always friendly which makes the day so much more fun! Booked another trip strait away with the two the next day! Highly recommended to all

Kaitlin H

4 star rating: Recommended May 2016

First Stop was the Traditional Performance/Dance. The driver forgot to give us out ticket for Entry so we had to go and find him after he dropped us off to get it! Not pleasant but all good once sorted. The performance was pretty cool and the music was so nice!

Next was the Silver factory/shop. The museum is under construction at the moment and i dont think will be finished until next year. However the shop was AMAZING if you are into that stuff. Incredible workman ship but im skeptical that its all made in the workshop downstairs... everyone seemed to making the same stuff and it just seemed like they were putting on front to me.

LUNCH WAS INCREDIBLE! we were taken to a pork restaurant and it was just so so so yummy. We got something called Gorengan and could have eaten buckets of it.

Next was the wood workers - we could have skipped this it was tired and old and overpriced.

Holy Temple - worth a look but over commercialized with no vibes spiritually speaking. Still a okay experience. But the shops at the end are the worst as you have to go through them to get out. Make sure you dress respectably for this although sarongs are provided for a donation - so have smaller notes

Monkey Forest - Great, part of the experience, a little scary as the monkeys are not scared of you at all and very over crowded but a good experience just the same.

All in all our driver was punctual, friendly, reliable. spoke good English, polite and the car was nice with air conditioning.

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