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Batuan temple is one of the oldest in Bali. Located only a 10km south from Ubud center, the site features a grand complex of shrines laid out within its 0.65Ha complex. Well preserved sandstone bas motifs and well-preserved traditional Balinese temple architecture are its main features.
Mas Village is very famous for its woodcarving artists. There we will show you how they work.
Tirta Empul is a Hindu Balinese water temple located in the village of Manukaya (near the town of Tampaksiring) 10 km north of Ubud (about 25 minutes drive). The compound was built in 962 A.D. and is famous for its holy spring water used for ritual purification by Balinese Hindu. There are three different sections with bathing structures, two pools and fish ponds filled with koi. In the main rectangular bathing pool, 11 sculpted spouts are lined on one side under each of which pilgrims bow with their hands joined together in prayer.
We can have a break in a coffee plantation to see the process to make coffee and have a delicious coffee/tea tasting.
The rice terraces of Tegallalang located 10 km north of Ubud (about 25 minutes drive) are one of the main tourists attractions in Bali and for good reason : they offer a unique view of rice paddies built on the slopes of the valley. You can see them from the main road. It is a perfect spot to take magical pictures of your holiday in Bali. The best time to go is either in the morning (before 10am) or in the late afternoon. Depending on your planning, you may just take pictures from the top or you can also hike down and explore the area. The owner may ask you for a small fee to enter their rice paddies.
Here as the name suggests, you will find hundreds of monkeys in a beautiful green lush forest and visit the temple in the middle of parc.
Once the tour is finished you can visit Ubud market and go shopping in Ubud center before heading back to the hotel.