Have a hearty breakfast and get ready for an incredible day across the lovely expanses of Bali. Today you will take a day trip to Ubud. The dynamics of a rich culture and creative arts creates the perfect getaway to experience a different side of Bali in addition to the natural attractions on the island.
After breakfast you will be taken to one of the main attractions in Ubud- the Tegalalang Rice Terrace- Located north of Ubud at 600m above sea level the air is cool in here. Next we bring to the Bali swing – an experience of lifetime, with terraced fields view. Later you can visit the Tegenungan Waterfall which is one of the most famous spot in Bali, located 10km away from Ubud, or you can visit the Ubud Palace – a beautiful palace with artistic traditional building that contains the high aesthetics value. Just across the palace is the Ubudh traditional market.
The Tegalalang Rice TerraceThe Tegalalang Rice Terrace is one of the top attractions in Bali. It provides a scenic valley view of rice paddy slopes – the perfect background for picturesque Instagram photos. The atmosphere here is breezy and cool , a welcome break from the island’s usual tropical heat. Here you can meet the local farmers and know more about planting and harvesting also about the traditional and ecologically sustainable irrigation system that combines the realms of nature, humans and spirits known as Subak.
Bali SwingIt is an amazing experience for the thrill seekers, as it gives an opportunity to check out the extreme swing ride. The swing hangs between two coconut trees and is perched high on a hill but the security is guaranteed as the swing is well equipped with seat belts at the waist of the person who is taking the swing. It feels fantastic to fly over the rice fields.
Tegenungan WaterfallTengenunga Waterfall is one of the most famous spot in Bali which located just about 10km away from Ubud. The waterfall foams in a white cascade over black stone cliffs into a quiet pool. The cliff is around 66 feet high, it has an impressive flow, and that’s not all, You can also pose for photos or even take a dip in the fresh and clean water, which is constantly supplied by the gushing fall.
The Ubud PalaceIf you are not much in the wildlife and nature you can take a look on the variety of traditional artwork at the Royale Palace. The palace is marked as the focal landmark of Ubud. It is an idol spot for history lovers, who want to know more about the Ubud Empire’s beginnings. The palace has well preserved Balinese architecture and charming garden settings. The Ubud Royal Palace is one of the best places to enjoy the dinner and dance performances, just unwind with a relaxed dinner and a traditional kecek dance performance and music drama. The Ubud traditional Art Market is just opposite the Palace. You can find beautiful silk scarves, handmade woven bags, statues,lightweight shirts, baskets or hats, kites and many other hand-crafted goods. You can browse for Souvenirs and check out the crafts and pieces on offer from local artists before heading back to hotel