Ubud Monkey Forest The home of more than 600 long tailed macaques, Ubud Monkey Forest is a tropical green forest close to the center of Ubud. Inside the forest you can see a sacred temple sanctuary guarded by the monkeys.
Goa Gajah Temple : Well known as Elephant cave temple, the oldest temple located in south east of Ubud City . Visiting Goa Gajah Temple, we will allow to visit inside area of the temple and also visiting the inside part of the cave from main gate of Elephant Cave Temple.
Gunung Kawi : This is an 11th century temple and funerary complex that is spread across either side of the Pakerisan River. It comprises 10 rock-cut Chndi (shrines) that are carved into some 7 meter high (23 foot) sheltered niches of the sheer cliff face.
Tirta Empul: While many travelers agree Tirta Empul is one of the more commercial temples, with groups of sometimes aggressive street vendors lined around its exit, others say the traditional fountains, holy prayer sessions and opportunity to bathe in ancient fountains still makes this temple worth the trip.
Kintamani: The beauty of volcano view we will having lunch in Kintamani with view volano of course in case in in batur and lake batur from the restaurant.
Tegalalang Rice Terrace: Here you can see a typical scene in Bali: a rice terrace positioned in a beautiful rice field with the green of coconut plants. This makes it the best sight of the Balinese countryside.
Coffee Plantation : Visit the coffee plantation where youll see, amonkig other things, the most expensive coffee in the world, called Luwak Coffee. This is a coffee made from an animal that eats the bean and digests it in its stomach. In the morning, the coffee will still be intact in the animals feces and collected to be processed to make the coffee. Enjoying this coffee in front of the Rice Terrace view will be an unforgettable experience.