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The Ultimate Ubud Itinerary for 4 Days

Travelling to Bali and need a guide to Ubud? This post is packed with all the best things to do in Ubud so you can create your own perfect Ubud itinerary. Whether you’ve got 1 or 4 days, you can spend as little or as much time in Ubud and make it work.

Ubud is the cultural capital of Bali, there are so many places to visit in Ubud including sacred monkey forest, Bali’s most spectacular rice terraces, temples, some epic waterfalls and much more. 

Tucked away in a jungle Ubud has some best hotels to stay including luxurious villas overlooking rice paddies with private pools, great cafes serving healthy, mouth-watering food all locally produced and some amazing spas. And the best part is that the prices are very affordable.  

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Best Ubud Hotels

LuxuryBee House Dijiwa

hotels in ubud
Beehouse Dijiwa via

The hotel is tucked away from the hustle and bustle of Ubud. Seven stylish wooden villas are overlooking the lush greenery of rice paddies and a lagoon-styled swimming pool. Would you like to try the Bali specials like floating breakfast, flower bath or a massage? The hotel will make it happen for you.

MidrangeVilla Cella Bella

best places to stay in ubud
Villa Cella Bella via

This beautiful property is located just 10 minutes’ drive from the centre of Ubud. This boutique hotel boasts an infinity pool overlooking rice fields and a lush valley with a stream at the bottom where local people attend to their daily bath rituals. The staff can arrange a floating breakfast and flower bath in an outdoor setting. Villa Cella Bella is the best place to stay in Ubud, Bali, if you want to wow your Instagram followers.

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BudgetPuri Garden Hotel & Hostel

best places to stay in ubud
Puri Garden via

This hostel has a great location as it is situated right in Ubud, close to all Ubud points of interest. It’s a luxury hostel with a nice pool, free yoga classes and different type of entertainment every evening, including live music, BBQ and movie nights.

Day Trip to Ubud – Best of Ubud Tour

Do you prefer to stay by the beach in Seminyak or Kuta area and only want to come to Ubud for a day trip? No problem, you can take a Bali Ubud Tour with a pickup and drop off in your hotel wherever you’re staying (By Get Your Guide):

4 days Ubud Itinerary

Day 1 Ubud town

Campuhan Ridge Walk

Ubud Royal Palace 

Pura Taman Saraswati

Art Market in Ubud, Bali

The Hanging Gardens of Bali 

Ubud Monkey Forest Sanctuary 

Campuhan Ridge Walk

Campuha Ridge Walk Ubud
Campuha Ridge Walk Ubud

As your first activity in Ubud, take a sunrise stroll along the Instagram famous Campuhan Ridge. 

The walk takes you through a ridge between beautiful rice fields and palm trees. You’ll be surrounded by lush greenery and will be able to experience Ubud from a different perspective. 

Why come in the morning? You will avoid the crowds and will manage to have an intimate experience, no other people on those awesome photos you’re going to take. Also, there is not much shade and during the day may just be too hot. 

The path is literally behind the main street but the vibe is so different from the hustle and bustle of Ubud town. 

You can easily walk here from the centre of Ubud or come on a scooter. Simply find Warwick IBAH Luxury Villas and Spa on Google Maps. When you get to a crossroad, on the right you will see a sign to IBAH so take the opposite direction to reach the start of Campuhan Ridge Walk.

If you come on a scooter, there will be a car park before the bridge. There are no entrance fees. After the bridge, there is a pretty little temple that you can check out and to continue, walk along its fence to the right.

The walk is short and sweet but you can continue as long as you want and go back when you’re ready.

Ubud Royal Palace 

royal palace ubud bali

When you’re back from your morning walk have breakfast in your hotel and your next stop is the Royal Palace. 

Ubud Royal Palace or Puri Saren Agung is located right in Ubud on Jl. Raya Ubud 8. It is where the royal family of Ubud used to reside. The entrance is free and it’s little crowded, so it’s good to be here in the morning for a better experience. 

There is also a dance performance every evening which is one of the best things to do in Ubud at night. The entrance fee for the evening show costs around $6.

Pura Taman Saraswati

Saraswati temple, ubud water palace

After visiting the Royal Palace pop into the Saraswati Temple which is a Hindu temple dedicated to the goddess Saraswati. The temple is also known as the Ubud Water Palace because of its magnificent lotus pond. 

Art Market in Ubud, Bali

ubud art market

A visit to Ubud wouldn’t be complete without a visit to the art market. The market is situated very close to the Royal Palace on Jl. Raya Street and it’s open for business every day from 6 am to 6 pm. 

The market is vibrant and full of colours and variety of products and it’s the best place to do you Bali Ubud shopping. Even if you don’t want to buy anything, it’s an experience on its own. There is plenty of merchandise from colourful scarfs, hand-made pottery, dream catchers, traditional figurines and some amazing paintings to Bintang t-shirts and fridge magnets. My favourite ‘Bali souvenirs’ are the gorgeous wicker handbags!

ubud market, bali souvenirs, bali wicker handbags

The normal street market rules apply here. The asking price is always a starting price and you are expected to haggle. Remember to stay polite and respectful and that a lot of these people are poor and the additional dollar will make a difference to their income. Also, if you want to buy silver, gold or batik, the street market is not the best place, instead, go to a properly certified shop to avoid any possible scams. Just use common sense and you’ll be fine. 

The Hanging Gardens of Bali 

After the shopping treat yourself to an afternoon tea by the world-famous infinity pool of the Hanging Gardens of Bali. It’s a great way to experience this luxury hotel and its epic cascading infinity pools overlooking the jungle. The night in this hotel costs well beyond any normal person’s budget so it’s a great opportunity to get a glimpse into luxurious living and see those awesome infinity pools!

Ubud Monkey Forest Sanctuary 

ubud monkey forest

Spend the afternoon exploring the monkey forest. Yes, monkeys in Ubud have their own park where they can rule the world, or at least the park! Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary is a natural habitat for over a thousand long-tailed monkeys. The park is also an important conservation centre. 

There is a small entrance fee which is around $6 (80k IDR) for adults and a little less for children. You can also buy some bananas for monkeys. 

The opening hours are 8:30 am to 6 pm. 

It is important to follow the rules set by the park because an upset monkey can be really vicious. As a general rule, you shouldn’t be carrying any plastic bags, plastic bottles or any loose objects that monkeys can snatch of you. Leave everything in your hotel including sunglasses and never look them in the eyes. Lol, I know how it sounds but it’s official advice.

ubud monkey sanctuary, bali

If you follow the rules, you’ll have an enjoyable visit and will be able to observe wild monkey’s life. There are many cute monkey babies! But be aware of their protective mothers that can attack you to defend their offspring if they feel threatened by you. So stay at a distance.

Day 2 Ubud surrounding areas

Mount Batur Sunrise Hike

Or morning yoga experience

Tegalalang Rice Terraces 

Pura Tirta Empul Temple

Goa Gajah Cave Sanctuary 

Cooking Class in Ubud 

Mount Batur Sunrise Hike

Mount Batur sunrise Bali

Sunrise hike of Mout Batur is probably one of the more adventures things to do. Ubud is a great base to do it because it’s located only about an hour drive from where the hike begins. 

I love experiencing things that involve an effort because it gives me a sense of achievement and this sunrise hike is no different. 

Mount Batur, also known as Gunung Batur rises to 1,717 metres. It’s a strenuous hike but at the end, you get rewarded with an incredible and tear-jerking sunrise view stretching over Mount Agung. On the way back there is a treat for you – a hot spring stop where you can soak those sore muscles and enjoy the magnificent view of the lake.

Get Your Guide Hike:

Yoga in Ubud, Bali  

Ubud Yoga

If hiking is not your thing for whatever reason, you can do a morning yoga instead. There is no better place to learn yoga if you’re a beginner that doing it in Bali. Ubud has a great selection of really good yoga places including:

•    The Yoga Barn

•    Ubud Yoga House

•    Yoga Saraswati

Alternatively, you can book a whole spiritual experience in Kintamani which is near Mount Batur. The package includes a sunrise yoga and meditation session with a Balinese priestess, a mindful walk that will connect you to nature and a water ritual. 

Tegallalang Rice Terraces 

Tegallalang rice terraces Ubud, Bali rice fields, rice paddies ubud

After you morning activity head to Ubud Rice Fields which are the most scenic rice terraces that can be found in Bali and not surprisingly they are a tourist hot spot and one of the most epic Ubud places to visit! 

Tegallalang is located a 20 minutes’ drive from Ubud town. There is a small entrance fee of 10k IDR payable in a small ticket office. You can enter the rice fields from multiple locations off the busy street that has got some cafes and warungs alongside. Don’t be surprised if you get asked to give a small donation by a farmer to enter their part of rice paddies. Another 10-15k IDR should be sufficient.

bali swing ubud,

In the rice fields, you can find the iconic Bali swing which is one of the top Ubud attractions. It’s huge and swinging on it can give you some nice adrenaline rush and it’s a pure treat given the scenery! Not mentioning the amazing shot of you in a flowy dress swinging over lush rice paddies! The price for this pleasure is 300k IDR which is steep by my standards.

Pura Tirta Empul Temple & Purification Ceremony 

Pura Tirta Empul, Ubud, Bali

Tirta Empul is a Hindu temple complex dating from 960 AD is a national cultural heritage. Tirta Empul means ‘holy water spring’ and it’s a natural water source that feeds the temple pools and ponds and is connected to Tukad Pakerisan River. 

What to expect?

The temple complex consists of a tropical, lush garden that welcomes you upon the arrival. There are various sculptures and pavilions for prayers and the main part of the complex is a large bathing pool where the purification ritual takes place. You can either watch other people performing it or join in!

Pura Tirta Empul, purification ritual bali
Perfomring purification ritual in Pura Tirta Empul

Cleans Ritual at Tirta Empul

During my visit, there was a festival in the temple with many locals attending the purification ritual in the pool. I also decided to take part in the festivities. I rented out a green robe with a belt and was directed to a changing room where I put on my temple outfit and left my belongings in the locker. Then, I joined the line of people waiting to do their ritual in refreshing spring water. Families with children, couples and a handful of curious tourists were waiting with me in the queue exchanging glances and giggles on how cold the water was. Big, colourful fish were swimming amongst us. 

After a while, it was my turn. I submerged my head under the first sculptured sprout gashing with freezing water. I bowed with my hands crossed and prayed. I repeated the ritual 11 times under each source of water leaving the last two as instructed. The experience was exhilarating. It was great to be able to participate in something that special. 

Tirta Empul temple is located 15 min drive from the Tegallalang rice fields and under half an hour from Ubud. 

Entrance fee- 50k IDR

Goa Gajah Cave Temple 

Goa Gajah, elephant cave temple, bali

Next stop is Goa Gajah or Elephant Cave a short drive away from Tirta Empul. It is believed to be built in the 9th century and nowadays it serves as a sanctuary. 

The temple grounds also include a lush garden with a small waterfall. A water pool with 3 bathing temple figures and water springing through them. The cave itself has very interesting and meticulous carving around its entrance. Inside, there is little space, it’s dark and the air is filled with incense. The whole experience of visiting the cave was a little scary and a little mystical. In the past, the cave served as a place of meditation. 

The entrance to the temple complex costs 50k IDR and includes sarong rental. 

Cooking Class in Ubud 

cooking class, spices bali

To finish off the amazing day, take a cooking class in Ubud. There is plenty of restaurants in Ubud and around that offer great cooking experiences. You normally get to pick your own ingredients from a farm and then you cook various courses of scrumptious Balinese specials! And the best part is that you get to eat it all. 

I always try to book a cooking class whenever I’m visiting a new country because I love food and it’s so much fun to be able to take part in cooking it. And you learn how to do it for when you’re back home.

Are you vegan or vegetarian like me? No worries, they’ve got menus for us too. Bali is a heaven for a plant-based diet. 

Day 3 East of Ubud

If you have more than 2 days, you can go beyond Ubud attractions and explore the east of Bali because Ubud is a great base to do it.

Pura Lempuyang Temple 

Tirta Gangga (Water Palace)

Tukad Cepung Waterfall 

Tibumana Waterfall 

Ubud Spa experience & Flower Bath

Pura Lempuyang Temple 

Lempuyang Temple Bali
Gates to Heaven at Lempuyang Temple

Lempuyang Temple is one of the six most important sanctuaries in Bali and should be top on your itinerary for many good reasons. Whether you want to explore Bali’s spirituality, religious customs or simply want to take the most epic photograph at the Lempuyang Gates of Heaven.

The temple is located 70km from Ubud which should take about 2 hours to get to. When you arrive, you will be asked to make a donation and hire a sarong.

Lempuyang Temple Bali

The Gates of Heaven at Lempuyang Temple is one of the most instagrammable places in Bali. The temple is overlooking Mount Agung which can be capture between the gate for an epic photo. If you’re lucky you may see steam coming out of Mount Agung which will make your visit even more memorable.

I recommend making this your first stop of the day early in the morning. The place is probably the most popular in whole Bali, with people queuing for hours to take a photo at the Gates to Heaven. I admit I wanted it too and waited for 3 hours for my turn! It’s insane I agree but the photo I took is epic and I have no regrets!

Read full post about Pura Lempuyang Temple here.

Tirta Gangga 

Tirta Gangga Bali Water Palace
Tirta Gangga

Tirta Gangga is also called the Water Palace and it’s a very interesting place to visit. The spot is quite touristy, the good sides of that are numerous cafes where you can take a break. The garden is really pretty and if you’re into getting an Insta worthy shot, go ahead and take one in the middle of the pond with some massive fish swimming around you (if you feed them that is)! You can buy fish food in front of the entrance to the complex.

Tirta Gangga Bali Water Palace
Tirta Gangga

The water palace gets really busy with people queuing to get a photo in the middle of the main pond with fish. Beyond the main pool with huge, fat fish the garden is really charming and definitely worth a visit. There are beautiful bridges, interesting sculptures and pretty flowers. And you can sit down in a café overlooking it all and have an ice cream or a cold drink. 

Tirta Gangga Entrance Fee- 40k IDR

Tukad Cepung Waterfall 

Tukad Cepung Bali
Tukad Cepung

Tukad Cepung Waterfall is one of my favourite waterfalls. It’s special because it’s a waterfall in a cave! It’s located just over an hour drive from Tirta Gangga and it’s the next stop.

There is a small entrance fee of 15k IDR and a steep path down to the waterfall. I recommend wearing water shoes as you’ll be walking through muddy and rocky water. Along the way, you’ll go past many little cafes where you can take a break and chill out.

Tukad Cepung is an hour drive from Ubud.

Tibumana Waterfall 

Tibumana Waterfall Bali

Last stop of the day is at Tibumana Waterfall. What I love about this waterfall is that you can have a pleasant, refreshing dip in its waters after a day of sightseeing! When you arrive, there is a short, 10 minutes’ walk (not too strenuous) to reach the waterfall through beautiful greenery and bamboo bridges and a climb down through 100 steps.

There are small warungs where you can have a drink and watch the waterfall from a distance and a changing room if you fancy a swim. 

It is a tourist spot unfortunately with people queuing for a photo so it’s best to come here early morning before everyone else. But also, it’s not possible to be early in the morning everywhere so you need to decide which place is extra special for you to make that effort. 

Tibumana Entrance Fee – 15k IDR

Tibumana Waterfall is situated 30 minutes’ drive from Ubud.

Ubud Spa experience & Flower Bath

bali ubud spa, flower bath
Flower Bath

A visit to Ubud wouldn’t be complete without a spa experience. Nothing beats a massage or a whole spa package in Ubud. I visited Jaen Spa which is a little away from Ubud located in a peaceful village overlooking the rice terraces. They offered a free pick up and drop off service so the location wasn’t a problem. We got welcomed with snacks, a drink and a cold towel. And had a scrub, whole-body massage and a flower bath. It was such a lovely experience and I felt like a newborn princess after it! There are so many good spas in Ubud and you pay a fraction of money you would pay back home for a truly royal treatment! 

Day 4 (BONUS) North of Ubud

If you’re staying longer, you probably wonder what to do in Ubud on your fourth day? This is a bonus day itinerary in case you need more ideas to fill your time. This time we’ll be exploring north from Ubud. 

Ulun Danu temple 

Handara Gate

Wanagiri Hidden Hills & Bali Swing 

Benyumala Twin Waterfall 

Ulun Danu temple 

Ulun Danu Beratan Bali
Ulun Danu Beratan

This northern Bali, Hindu temple also known as Pura Bratan, is located on the shores of Lake Bratan, in the northern part of Bali, 52 km away from Canggu. It is another temple taken straight from a Bali postcard picture. It’s one of the most important temples in Bali and the Pura Ulun Danu complex consists of 6 different temples.

There is an entrance fee of 30k IDR. The monument is very busy with local people paying a religious visit and international tourists alike.

Handara Gate

Handara Gate Bali
Handara Gate

Handara Gate is one of the most Instagramable places in Bali. In Balinese culture, gates like this one have an important meaning, signifying coming from the outside world to the holy place, usually a temple. Ironically, this gate is an entrance to the golf course.

What to expect at Handara Gate

Expect to pay an entrance or shall I say a photo fee of 30k IDR and wait between 30 and 60 minutes in the queue to take a picture at the gate! I know, it’s absolutely crazy. I must admit that I succumbed to this madness and waited my turn in the queue! In my defence, however, the magnificent Handara Gate and the lush mountains in the backdrop create some dramatic scenery for a breath-taking and unique photo! So, no regrets on my part!

Full Blog Post – Handara Gate

Wanagiri Hidden Hills & Bali Swing 

wanagiri hidden hills bali

You probably have seen a photo of a giant swing over a lake on your Instagram feed? Well, you will have the opportunity to take your very own here. The place is not far from the Handara Gate, it charges 300k IDR entrance fee. In that price, you will have access to a giant swing, a nest and other photosets. Be aware that on the same road, other photo stations are imitating the Wanagiri Hidden Hills. They are nowhere near as good as the original but it’s a way of making extra money for the locals.

Benyumala Twin Waterfall 

Bunyumala Twin Waterfall Bali

Bunyumala Twin Waterfall is situated a further 40 minutes’ drive from Pura Ulun Danu. It’s not overly crowded and the surrounding nature is really beautiful. Take a refreshing swim in the waterfall water!

There is an entrance fee of 15k IDR and a further 3k IDR for parking. From the car park, it takes 15 min walk to reach the waterfall.

Best Ubud restaurants & bars

balinese food

Moksa Plant-based Cuisine & Permaculture Garden – Asian fusion cuisine that offers vibrant, healthy and beautifully presented dishes including tempeh ribs, curries and some raw vegan options too. The restaurant is located a short drive away from Ubud in beautiful country surroundings. They grow their vegetables and even make their own ceramics!

Avocado Warung Ubud- If you love avocados as much as I do then you will love this place! All dishes come with avocado! Their veggie burger with BBQ jackfruit, avocado and beetroot was to die for, washed down by refreshing kombucha! The restaurant is located on Jl. Tirta Tawar, 5 minutes’ scooter or Grab ride from Ubud town.

Juice Ja Café Ubud Bali – is located in Ubud town. It offers healthy, locally grown food with plenty of vegan and vegetarian options. They also support local charity to empower woman and children in Bali.

No Mas – is my favourite bar in Ubud, love its quirky décor and the vibe. It serves great cocktails, good pub food like burgers and fries. It’s located on Jl. Monkey Forest and the bar has themed nights and live music events too. 

Tips for travelling to Bali

How many days in Ubud?

In order to tick of main things to do in Bali Ubud, you need 1-2 days. If you have 3 days in Ubud that will allow you to explore either East or North of Ubud in addition to Ubud town and the surrounding areas. 

ubud street

Getting around Ubud

Public transport in Bali is virtually non-existing. The road system is not very well developed and Bali, including Ubud, often suffers from bad traffic. What should be an hour drive can easily take double. So please have that in mind while planning your logistics. Don’t be over-ambitious like me, thinking you can do two remote areas in one day. 

With a private driver

The most convenient way to get from one area to another is hiring a private driver, especially when you want to follow a whole day itinerary. In Bali, everyone is a driver so it should be fairly easy to get one. You can ask your hotel/hostel or book one online. The going rate for a driver is around 900k IDR for 8 hours including petrol and small parking fees.

With Go Jek or Grab

Another way to get around Ubud and beyond is by downloading a Go Jek or Grab travel app. They are the Asian equivalent of UBER. I’ve had a good experience with them being reliable and much cheaper than normal taxis, especially the ones ordered at hotels where a hotel gets a cut of your fare. You normally need to pay by cash to the driver. And they also offer a food delivery service to your hotel room, which can be really handy after a busy day of exploring.

On a scooter

For smaller distances within one area like Ubud, I recommend hiring a scooter. It should cost around 60k IDR for a whole day. It can be a fun way of moving around as long as the traffic is not too bad. I rode a scooter for the first time in my life in Uluwatu. The area is not very busy and I found it fairly easy. Ubud is a little busier but if you’ve done it before, you will be fine. But please, if you don’t feel comfortable, don’t do it and get a Grab ride instead!

Scooter safety in Bali

riding scooter in Bali

If it’s your first time, make sure you are shown how to operate your scooter. Check that breaks and lights work correctly. Always wear a helmet! Remember to drive on the left side (same as in the UK).

If you need to top up your fuel, petrol is sold in glass bottles on the side of the road. It’s cheap but doesn’t last very long. Always make sure you’ve got enough petrol to come back to your accommodation.

If you’re planning to watch the sunset, remember that you’ll be coming back in the dark, again make sure your lights work and your phone has enough battery so that you can use maps and get safely back to your hotel. Also, after dark, there is way more traffic so if you’re not so confident, consider another mode of transport.

Most points of interest in Bali can be found on Google Maps and are relatively easy to navigate to. When you’re on your motorbike, don’t look at your phone but put your headphones on and listen to the audio navigation. Read the next section on how to get cheap internet in Bali.

Bali SIM

The cheapest way to use the internet on your phone in Bali is to get a local SIM card. You can choose, how many GBs you want and the card costs around $5. Best places to buy your card are specialised SIM shops, where you can buy your internet top up and they will set everything up on your phone so you don’t need to worry.

Be aware! SIM cards sold at the airport are a lot more expensive. Also, when you get a taxi from Denpasar Airport, your driver may stop in a shop for you to buy one. The prices of those SIM cards are at least 5 times more expensive and your ‘helpful’ driver gest a cut for bringing you to the store. Simply, politely turn down the offer and ask the driver to take you to your accommodation without any more detours.

Temple rules

temple in bali

Bali is rich in culture and spirituality. When visiting temples in Bali, please be respectful and follow the rules:

• Dress code- you will be required to cover your knees and arms. You can normally rent a sarong for 10k IDR.

• No kissing or showing another type of affection at the temple grounds is allowed.

• Women during their menstruation are not allowed in the temple grounds. They are considered impure.

• Respectful behaviour is expected. This applies in particular during a religious ceremony. If you happen to visit at that time, be quiet and take photos from a distance not to interfere with the local customs.

• These are common sense but no harm in repeating it. Don’t climb statues, tread on small offerings on the ground and don’t enter areas that say not to enter.

Rai International Airport Advise

Rai International airport located in Denpasar area is the closest airport to Ubud in Bali, in fact, it is the only airport in Bali.

I know how overwhelming it can be to arrive at the airport in a foreign country that you’re visiting for the first time, especially as a solo female traveller. So here a few tips to get you through it painlessly:

• There are official taxi stands at the airport after customs in the arrival area where you can get a fixed price taxi depending on the area you want to get to.

• If you’re travelling solo and you are worried talk to the taxi counter and get a fixed fair or pre-arrange the pickup with your hotel. This option will be more expensive but it will give you peace of mind after a long flight.

• Alternatively, you can talk to a driver outside but agree on the price before you get into their car.

• Go Jek and Grab are not allowed to pick up customers from the airport.

• If you don’t have any Indonesian money, use an ATM at the airport to withdraw enough money to pay for a taxi. The maximum you can withdraw is 3m IDR per transaction. While it is important to have some cash to pay for food at small warungs, drinks, tips and small souvenirs, I would never carry too much cash with me. Also, check with all your hotels if they take cards. Some small hotels in Bali will only take cash payments, so check with them and prepare.

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  1. This is such an awesome guide! We´ve been to Ubod and spent a couple of days there – it was actually one of our favourite spots in Bali, despite the fact tehre were quite a lot of tourists at the time of our visit. But I also see now there are so many more great things we could have done haha, thanks for sharing, I have some ideas for our next visit 🙂

    1. It is my favourite place in Bali too 🥰. Interestingly, when I first visited it was empty because the volcano was about to erupt and people were cancelling their trips but I still went ahead with mine.

  2. Visited Bali already twice and we always stayed the longest in Ubud. It’s just soooo nice there. Thanks for some new ideas for our next visit <3

  3. Despite it being touristy, Ubud is one of my favorite places in Bali. There is just something about it that keeps me coming back for more. Clearly I have to go back because I have not covered everything you mentioned in your guide haha! Any excuse, right :).

    1. I feel the same way about whole Bali, very touristy but I can’t stop coming back! I’m glad you founds some more excuses to come back to Ubud 🙂

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