Batuan Temple is a type of local Balinese Hindu temple located at Batuan village. This temple was founded in the year 944 Caka calendar (1020 AD), and it is designed beautifully with Balinese ornaments and carving. In spite of this, the temple roof is made of black palm tree fiber. Because this place is a sacred area, we are required to put on Kamen “traditional cloth”. (Ticket Price: IDR 10.000/person).
Ubud Monkey Forest is a small rain forest dwelt by some groups of monkeys. It uses a concept named Tri Hita Karana “three causes of well-being”, a traditional philosophy for life: harmony among people, harmony with the environment, and harmony with God. Besides, this monkey forest is dwelt by more less 700 long-tailed monkeys. (Ticket Price: IDR 80.000/person).
Taste authentic Bali coffees/teas located in a lush jungle setting and take walk to learn more about the traditional process. Experience the swing-ride with amazing scenery “swing-ride available here!”. (Ticket Price: IDR Optional).
Tegalalang is one of the countrysides that is located only 5 km northern part of Ubud village. This rice terrace had been designed beautifully with layers on fields. Get ready to see the beautiful panorama of valley with rice terraces and coconut trees around the fields, and discover this place by doing a little trekking along the rice fields. (Ticket Price: IDR 10.000/person).
Tegenungan Waterfall is a unique waterfall for its lush green forest and heavy water flow. This village is located near to the village of Ubud. It is popular with a waterfall that has been a selection of places that is fun to visit. To get to this waterfall we need to take some steps down. (Ticket Price: IDR 20.000/person).