Best of Ubud (A)


Best of Ubud A Tour is an exciting and comprehensive tour package that takes you through the best sights and experiences that Ubud has to offer. This tour is ideal for adventurers, culture enthusiasts and nature lovers.

This tour package includes visits to the stunning Tegalalang Rice Terrace, where you can admire the beautiful rice paddies and learn about Bali’s unique Subak irrigation system. You can then head to Tirta Empul Holy Water Temple where you can find a peace. Lastly, you’ll get to soak in the tranquility of Tibumana Waterfall, a scenic beauty that makes its way from the mountains of Ubud.

With a professional and knowledgeable guide by your side, you will have the opportunity to learn about Bali’s rich history and diverse culture. Whether you’re traveling solo or with friends and family, this tour is a great way to experience the best of Ubud.

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Tegalalang Rice Terrace is a stunning landscape in Bali, Indonesia. The terraced rice fields provide a beautiful sight, comprising narrow rice paddies carved out of the slopes of the Tegalalang village in Ubud. This area is known for the subak, a unique Balinese irrigation system, which has been used for centuries to irrigate the rice fields. Visitors can walk along the rice terraces and witness the lush greenery and beautiful scenery. This attraction remains a popular spot for tourists to take pictures, sample local cuisine, and learn more about the unique Balinese culture. The Tegalalang Rice Terrace is a must-see destination for anyone visiting Bali, and it offers a glimpse into the beauty and uniqueness of the island's landscape and cultural heritage.

Ubud coffee plantation, located in the heart of Bali, is a popular destination for those who want to experience authentic Indonesian coffee. The plantation offers a guided tour that allows visitors to witness the process of coffee making, from planting the seed to roasting and brewing.

During the tour, visitors learn about the different types of coffee beans, including the famous Kopi Luwak, which is made from coffee cherries that have been eaten and excreted by a civet cat before being collected and processed. Along with coffee, the plantation also grows other crops like cocoa, vanilla, and fruits like durian and mangosteen.

Tirta Empul Holy Water Temple is one of Bali's most revered Hindu temples. Located in the village of Tampaksiring, the temple draws thousands of visitors who come to bathe in its holy waters. Legend has it that the spring within the temple grounds was created by the Hindu god of water, Indra. The temple's name "Tirta Empul" which means "holy waters spring" reflects the myth. For Balinese Hindus, the temple is an important pilgrimage site where they come to purify themselves spiritually and physically. Visitors to the temple can participate in the ritual cleansing where they immerse themselves in the spring's cascading waters and pray to the deity. The temple's architecture is a harmonious blend of Balinese and Javanese design. Its stunning symmetrical gardens and intricate carvings are a testament to Bali's rich cultural heritage. Tirta Empul Holy Water Temple remains an essential aspect of the religious and cultural life of the Balinese people.

The Swing has become a popular attraction for visitors to Bali, Indonesia. Located in the lush forests of Ubud, visitors can swing over the treetops on a traditional Balinese swing or take a photoshoot with a picturesque background. The experience offers a thrilling way to explore the beauty of nature and capture memorable photos. Visitors can also enjoy other activities such as zip lining and bird’s nest swinging. With a height of over 20 meters above the ground, visitors can feel the adrenaline rush and enjoy the views of the lush green forest. The swings are safe and operated by professional staff who take all necessary precautions. For those seeking adventure and excitement, visiting the Ubud Jungle Swing is a must-do activity in Bali.

Tibumana Waterfall is a hidden gem located in the central region of Bali, Indonesia. It is a perfect place for nature enthusiasts to enjoy the beauty of Bali's lush greenery and clear water streams. The waterfall is surrounded by scenic rice terraces and is easily accessible by car or motorbike. Visitors can take a refreshing dip in the cool water or relax on the rocks listening to the sound of the cascading water. Local vendors sell snacks and drinks, making it a perfect spot for a picnic with family and friends. Tibumana waterfall is less crowded than some of the other well-known waterfalls in the region, making it an ideal place for those seeking a more peaceful and serene experience. Overall, the beauty and tranquility of Tibumana Waterfall make it a must-visit destination for anyone traveling to Bali.


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