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10 Must-Visit Attractions in Ubud, Bali - Stunning Attractions in Ubud Bali

Ubud is one of the most popular locations to visit in Bali as there are so many different attractions. Here is a list of the must-visit attractions in Ubud, Bali.

1

Ubud Monkey Forest

The one must-visit location when you are in Ubud is the Monkey Forest. You get to witness mischevious little babies kept grounded by their mothers in order to make sure they don't get into trouble.

2

Tegallalang Rice terrace

Walking across the green paddy fields is an experience that you cannot explain. The breeze, the murmur of the trees whistling with the wind and the dancing trees add to the experience. You get to witness a stunning view of the rice terrace from the Boutique Hotel. Ubud is known around the world for the stunning paddy fields and rice terraces.

3

Goa Gajah

Goa Gajah which is commonly known as the Elephant Cave is one of the most well-known archaeological sites in Ubud. The Elephant Cave is known to be around 300 metres west of the famous Bedulu village.

4

Puri Saren Agung

Built around the earlier 1800s, the Puri Saren Agung which is the Ubud Royal Palace is one of the most important buildings in Ubud. The royal family used to occupy this palace but is now transformed into a museum.

5

Campuhan Ridge Walk

The Campuhan Path is a beautiful location where you can become one with nature and get some exercise while you treat yourself to a stunning view. The path is mostly secluded as not many people prefer to take it up due to the fact that the trail is 9 kilometres long.

6

Ubud Art Market

The Ubud Art Market is a great location to spend time to get insight into the art and crafts of Ubud and Bali as a whole. Apart from art itself, you will also come across handmade scarves, bags, baskets, hats, kits and even statues. There are so many different vendors who sell a variety of products but in similar crafts. Alila Ubud located close to the market allows the guests to make frequent visits.

7

Blanco Renaissance Museum

Blanco Renaissance Museum is the home and studio of the late maestro, Don Antonio Blanco. The home which is now a museum is located on a hilltop with a lush green surrounding. All his work from the years which include poetry, drawings and carvings.

8

Taman Saraswati Temple

The Taman Saraswati Temple which is also known as the Pura Taman Saraswati is a beautiful water temple. When you take a walk along the Ubud Town this temple is a breath of fresh air. Entrance is free to the temple but as religious and cultural practices require you need to be modestly dressed which requires you to cover your legs up to your ankle and also cover your shoulders.

9

Tegenungan Waterfall

It involves a rather tedious hike but the end result of getting to witness the stunning waterfall feels surreal and the trouble is worth the effort. There is a pond where you can take a dip in if you would like to spend a little more time in nature.

10

Bali Bird Walk

Bali Bird walk is the perfect example of witnessing the birds in their natural habitat. It is an excursion where you get to take a walk or a ride to witness the stunning furry friends of nature.