The beautiful colors of Ubud Market. It was really hard to resist from buying everything we encountered...especially the mosaic and coconut bowls! We ended up just snapping pictures for the memories instead...though we might have to buy some on the next trip!⠀
What kind of souvenirs do you collect for your travel memories? Are they physical or digital?⠀
📍Ubud Market, Bali, Indonesia⠀
Ubud is a jungle town in the center of Bali island made famous by the book/movie “Eat, Pray, Love.” It’s surrounded by beautiful jungles, traditional Balinese temples, excellent restaurants, and so many activities that you’ll never get bored. To get oriented, head to Ubud Center to explore and go shopping for souvenirs at the Ubud Center Markets. Be sure to visit the most famous tourist sites in Ubud, including the Campuhan Ridge Walk, the Monkey Forest, and the Ulan Danu Beratan Water Temple. Nearby you’ll also find the Tegallalang Rice Terraces which is a UNESCO World Heritage site and a must see while in Bali! To cool off, head to one of the nearby waterfalls for a swim, or get a traditional Balinese massage at one of the many beautiful spas in the town center. #awesomepic
The vivid greens of central Bali are straight out of a movie. We spent hours exploring the lush green landscape.
The rice terraces of central Bali are famous for good reason. The morning light rays make it all the more beautiful.
Ubud is the cultural and creative center of Bali. This world-famous art village has a powerful creative spirit. The village is awash in artistic forms such as painting, sculpting, music, textiles, and architecture. Craft shops and museums line the streets. Artists from all over the world come here to find inspiration, and it was also one of the locations featured in the film "Eat, Pray, Love." In addition to visiting a variety of artisan shops, you can also visit the magnificent Ubud Palace to enjoy traditional dance performances and local specialties.