Ubud Walking Tours

Bali's Heart of Arts and Culture

Ubud can almost be referred to as the ‘Beverly Hills of Bali’ with a large expatriate community and frequent celebrity visits, from Charlie Chaplin in the past to the recent filming of  “Eat, Pray, Love” starring Julia Roberts.  This interest in Ubud, however, stems from it being the arts and cultural hub of Bali. The creative energy and unique village feel is enigmatic and draws creative and artistic people to its inspirational serenity.

Despite all the buzz and activity in and around the Ubud area, Balinese life and tradition still continue with daily offerings, cremations, ceremonies and traditional dances happening in and around its fine dining restaurants, luxury hotels and rejuvenating spas.

To fully understand the cultural contrasts of Ubud we offer two touring options. Our first option would be a walk from your hotel (if in Ubud and ideally located) down to the Monkey Forest. Then this guided tour will take you to the Ubud Market and Ubud Palace, visiting some interesting museums and galleries on the way.

Our second option is a nature walk for travelers who want to escape the street buzz and get some fresh air. We start with a stroll through the rice paddies, and then move on to a traditional village and family visit, where you can see the rural side of Ubud and what remains of the true Balinese way of life.

 

We start our tour at Monkey Forest where you can see this unique temple and its grounds that are also home to about 600 monkeys. Then we will continue on to the bustling Ubud Market, the royal palace of Ubud, and many interesting museums and galleries along the way.

Approximate walking time is 4 – 5 hours

This tour begins with a stroll through working rice paddies where you can see farmers in their fields and the lush greenness of the countryside. Then we continue on to a traditional Balinese village where we will visit Balinese family home so you can see the true Balinese way of life.

Approximate walking time is 3 – 4 hours.

Ubud Art & Culture Walk

Approximate walking time 4-5 hours

Ubud08:00 AMRp. 350,000 Per Passenger – 2 px. minimum
Kuta/Nusa Dua06:30 AMRp. 450,000 Per Passenger – 2 px minimum

Ubud Rice Paddy & Village Walk

Approximate walking time 3-4 hours

Ubud08:00 AMRp. 250,000 Per Passenger – 2 px. minimum
Kuta/Nusa Dua06:30 AMRp. 350,000 Per Passenger – 2 px. minimum

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