A holiday in Ubud is your chance to explore the cultural, artistic and spiritual heart of Bali. This mystical place is known for its lush terraced rice fields, awe-inspiring temples and a complete dedication to arts and culture. There is no better way to immerse yourself in the colorful world of Bali’s centuries-old ... Read More
“Had to remind the vendor about our booking which was prepaid. The booking was not registered by them even after I received confirmation on mail and exchanged mails with vendor with complete details. Poor customer service by bookmundi and Rio Bali tours. Also, charged USD20 extra for return trip despite confirmation on mail. Will not recommend Bookmundi or Rio Bali tours to anyone.”
“Mixture is great but some hotels should/must be changed
First Hotel in Ubud should be changed (smell in the room, dark)
Last Hotel in Sanur must be changed. After the other hotels, this standard "business" hotel is not an adequate end of the tour. Simply no atmosphere”
“With only a short amount of time and the wish to see as much as possible - The Seven Holiday made it happen - they really came through for me! It seemed almost impossible to do Kalimantan, Java, Bali and Komodo in just two weeks of time but thanks to these travel experts, I got what I wanted. I know that some people prefer to take things slower and spend more time in one place but I just didn’t want to fly this far and not see the Orang Utan and the Komodo Dragon. It was so worth the extra efforts! The Seven Holiday travel agency arranged everything to perfection: all the domestic flights, hotels, guides and everywhere, a private driver was awaiting me to bring me to take me around. I loved Borneo (kalimantan) and to have this combined with the mystical Borobudur Temple, the most famous towns in Bali and a boat adventure in Flores and Komodo, was amazing! Thank you, thank you, thank you! Highly recommended!”
A holiday in Ubud is your chance to explore the cultural, artistic and spiritual heart of Bali. This mystical place is known for its lush terraced rice fields, awe-inspiring temples and a complete dedication to arts and culture. There is no better way to immerse yourself in the colorful world of Bali’s centuries-old traditions than to book a trip to Ubud.
Neka Art Museum is an architecturally exquisite spot where you can acquaint yourself with Balinese and Indonesian art. This cultural venue hosts work by many of the most prominent Balinese artists.
Goa Gajah, or the Elephant Cave Temple, is one of the most intriguing religious sites in Ubud. Located about 2 kilometres from the center of town, Goa Gajah is known for its slightly ominous entrance, which is carved to resemble the gaping mouth of a demonic creature.
Ubud Monkey Forest is one of the town’s most popular attractions and a place where you will find many playful macaques and several stunning Hindu temples.
Tegalalang rice terrace is nestled on the outskirts of Ubud. This picture-perfect spot is famous for the cascading green rice terraces and lush vegetation.
Ubud is known for its many yoga and meditation centers. If you are looking for a place to practice mindfulness or master your asanas, head over to your nearest yoga studio and you will be able to find a workshop or course suited to your level.
The center of Ubud is best explored on foot, but if you want to go further afield you can do so by catching a bemo, Bali’s ubiquitous mini-bus.
In the evenings, make sure to catch one of Bali’s famous dance performances. Most popular ones take place in front of the Ubud Palace, although there are a number of venues that host them on a nightly basis.