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Top 7 less commonly known places to visit in Ubud - For a truly delightful experience!

Ubud is one of the tourist hotspots that attracts thousands and thousands of visitors from all over the world. If you're planning a trip to Ubud anytime soon, here's a list of the less common places, that promises an entertaining time.


Jatiluwih rice terraces

Ubud boasts of picturesque countrysides that are lined with rice terraces. The ones in Ubud are some of the biggest terraces of Bali. Although most visitors have heard of and head towards the Tegalalang rice terrace, there is so much to see here too. The rice terraces are lush green in colour and is a place where you can take picture-perfect photographs. Besides, if you are looking for Ubud Bali hotels for accommodation, you can check out properties like Chapung Sebali for a good experience.



Amed is another place you have to explore, and most tourists claim to fall in love with it immediately. This place is very rich in diversity and one of the prettiest places on the whole island. You can locate this area on the eastern side of Bali where you'll see incredible seas, immaculate beaches, endless mountains and hills and a road that is brilliant for scenic drives. On top of that, the place is well known amongst divers!


Mount Batur volcano

The Mount Batur volcano is not a secret any longer, and many tourists seem to visit it while in Ubud. You have to hike up the mountain in order to witness an incredible sunrise. The site is breath-taking and one that deserves to be photographed. If you are into photography, you must know that this place is something you can only dream of! Make your way up the mountain and see for yourself!


Nusa Penida

Hop onto a speed boat that will take you to the Nusa Penida, which is only a 30-minute ride away. The place isn't well known by many travellers, and that really is a pity, because this place lets you enjoy an authentic Indonesian experience. What more can you ask for? One of the main highlights of the island is its 200 m high cliff. A scene so beautiful you got to see it, to believe it!


Pererenan Beach

We all know Ubud is a beach destination. Although many beaches are well known to the public, there are a few hidden gems that need to be still explored. One of them is the Pererenan Beach, its sunset is to die for! On top of that, the place also has food vendors selling delicious street food. You can have a truly delightful experience out here.


Sweet martabak

Speaking of food, you must try the Sweet martabak when here. This is a truly delicious food item. The dish comprises of thick stacked pancakes covered in cream, chocolate and some peanuts. It is rolled up and served!


The Tirtagangga Water Palace

This Water Palace is an iconic site of Bali and must be visited at all cost. They have massive water basins, vibrantly coloured flowers, and thousands of plant species. On top of that, you can also witness Balinese statues and sculptures too!

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