Had such a great day! The monkeys are soooo cute! It's a beautiful place and the monkeys are cheeky little guys. They are use to people. Sometimes they come sit on you but you need to be careful. They have good medical services. I would recommend this place to anyone.
The macaques here, from the previous 86, are located in the central Bali Ubu area, where the forest is lush. There is a temple outside the park, where many monkeys live and are regarded as saints. It is estimated that there are more than 500 monkeys so far. Because people often lose food to attract their attention when they see monkeys, monkeys nowadays will also stay here in smart groups and wait for something to eat. Hearing about these monkeys, they often make sneak attacks while people are not paying attention, grabbing tourists'glasses, cameras and even slippers, so they should be very careful. Also remember not to tease monkeys, especially small monkeys, in order to avoid stimulating the mother monkeys who care for their children to trigger attacks. Never show plastic bags or anything, or he will think you have bananas, will follow you all the time, and will steal your plastic bags.
A large group of carefree monkeys live in the Saint Monkey Forest Park in Ubu, Bali. They are considered to be the subordinates of the monkey Hanuman and are worshipped by the local people as gods. Look out! They also steal bananas from tourists. The funniest statues in the Saint Monkey Forest Park are the thoughtful female monkeys touching their heads, the beast-faced people scratching their heads and sometimes a crocodile appears. It's so interesting here. You must go to Ubud!
It's worth visiting. Many people may have been warned that the monkeys in Bali would grab glasses and bags, but I'd like to explain to you that it's the monkey in another scenic spot in Bali, Valentine's Cliff. And monkeys in Saint Monkey Park don't rob. Super quantity, no aggression, very interesting. And this is not to promote visitors to feed, if you really think you have something to eat, it will gently pick your hand, want to see what is inside, especially funny. Occasionally naughty little monkeys want to jump on you. Don't be afraid. Don't scream and jump. It's just curious to be close to you. You just need to be gently close to the ground or something next to it, and it will naturally go down. Besides looking at monkeys, the park scenery is also very worthwhile. Every tree seems to be here thousands of years ago. It's very shocking. Finally, please civilize monkeys and keep quiet. Smoking is forbidden in the whole scenic area. Please work together to safeguard the image of the Chinese people.
The monkeys here are really scared of people. They should be the most expensive place for tickets in Bali. But Indonesians are really lazy to buy more tickets. There are no more people to check at the entrance. The tickets are about 30 RMB. Here the monkeys can move tourists, tourists can not move them, a monkey climbed onto my backpack to look for food, I take it seriously, continue to move forward, the monkeys on the ground think I want to take his companions to pull my pants, relatives must take good care of their own glasses, mobile phones and other items, otherwise they will be robbed really is gone or not.
There are so many monkeys in this park. Before entering the park, all the monkeys rushed out and ran around. Look at the monkeys are not afraid of strangers, and some run to see that they have something to eat, but it is still gentle. It is said that the monkeys at Valentine's Cliff will come to catch people, but the monkeys here will not hurt people. Look at the park. There are also Chinese tourists who come in groups. There are cars parked at the entrance. The service attitude is very good.
The monkey forest is very suitable for children. The monkeys here are still gentle. They just grab bananas instead of tourists'bags and cameras. Monkeys are very smart. If they smell food brought by tourists, they will follow you or pull your clothes, but they will never move roughly. There are many monkey-related sculptures in the forest, which are covered with moss and integrated into the forest.