In the clusters of the inner islands of Bali, the terraces are particularly beautiful or ancient buildings. As an internationally developed tourist attraction, the threshold for the Chinese is relatively low and suitable for going out and having fun. There are also many attractions in Ubud. The hotel is also very distinctive.
Thank you for the great time and thank goodness for the family and friends we have a great time and we can share with them
Shocked at how low Ubud is rated on here. I guess that would be because it doesn’t have an easily accessible beach? I for one loved Ubud. It’s a bit pricier compared to Kuta but much and I mean MUCH more relaxing. You’re always within walking distance of a rice terrace or some cool local shops. Go down to Ubud center (not sure the actual name of the street) and find all kinds of neat shops, restaurants, and maybe night life...the last part isn’t my thing so I’m not totally sure. I definitely recommend checking out Bali Buda and the bookstore that’s on the same corner. Also, be careful riding your motorbike in Ubud. The roads are much skinnier than Kuta, Canggu, etc. but the drivers are just as wild and crazy. Better to be cautious than in a hurry here.
Fun in the jungles! Ubud is the place to be if your looking at becoming one with nature. This is the most lush landscape in Bali with great things to do. While there ( travelled with two children) we experienced ATV riding throughout the rain forest , rivers and waterfalls , to the sight of free roaming monkeys at the Monkey Sanctuary , gracefully washed elephants at the Masons lodge ... experienced the beauty of rice terraces and topped it off with an evening camping out! Ubud is a must do for that total Bali experience with endless possibilities.
amazing place to visit. so much nature and fund activities to do and beautiful sights to see.
UBUD IS AMAZING! If you like a more peaceful area; away from the crowds, this is the place to be! Make sure you visit the market and also the Tegallalang Rice Field. It is quite far though, around 2 hours from Kuta. So, I will highly suggest you to spend the night there unless you are in a rush.