As the artistic hub of Bali, the lush town of Ubud comes alive, first enabling you to visit a variety of art galleries and studios. Craftsmen from the villages of Mas, Celuk, and Batubulan display traditional jewelry making in addition to their stone and woodcarving skills. Thereafter, you'll head to Monkey Forest and hike through an amazing temple complex to interact with the primates. Book this Bali tour of Ubud for a fascinating getaway at a low price.
A traditional Balinese meal will first energize you for a trek through the jungle, passing ornate temples into the green steeped hills of the Ubud town. Both trendy and traditional galleries will be visited, showcasing a variety of fine weavings, wooden statues, and primitive arts.
Naturally, your guide will compel artists for the stories behind their works-as there always is one. Then, the charming villages of Mas, Celuk, and Batubulan will display their age old facilities, where skillful jewelry pieces are handmade and wooden statues are still hand-carved. Many items (not commissioned) are for sale should something capture your fancy.
Upon witnessing how many artists in these relaxed zen zones earn their living, you'll journey to the Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary. Set amidst three 14th century Hindu temples is an incredible nature reserve home to the 605 crab eating macaque monkeys. You can interact with and even feed the playful monkeys while embracing the true purpose of the sanctuary, which is to foster harmony between man and nature.
This relaxing journey to the artistic heart of spectacular Bali is an inspiring, harmonious adventure sure to please the entire family. Book this Bali tour of Ubud as part of your next great vacation.
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