Monkey forest in Ubud is such a fun place for monkey lovers! These adorable animals are everywhere!
The sacred monkey forest park is located in Ubud, Bali. The park is surrounded by ancient trees and the unique Balinese macaques live here.
Bali residents think they are the subordinates of the monkey Hanuman, so they worship the monkeys as gods.
Before departure, we were told that the monkeys are stubborn, don't have eye contact with them, don't put their hands in the trouser pockets, don't carry colorful bags, don't feed, all the precautions are only one purpose---don't let the monkeys I feel that you have food or you will be robbed.
I have heard more natural fears. What is the difference between a monkey and a robber? When I arrived at the park, I found out that it was not the case. There was a lot of food in the public area. The sweet potato corn was full of baskets, which were provided by the staff of the park. The monkeys enjoyed the delicious food and let the tourists pose.
This is also a religious and cultural destination. The local residents protect the forest according to the Hindu Tri Hita Karana, and achieve spiritual happiness and physical health through the harmonious relationship between man, nature and God.
The Bali Monkey Forest is located in the Ubud area. The Balinese macaques can be seen on the streets near the park. They will look for food on the roadside. After entering the park, I found out that it was like a secret garden. Almost opaque green plants and small monkeys everywhere. The staff will say, "Don't feed them. If you don't feed them, they don't understand that you have food. You won't develop the habit of asking for food. It's good for them, and for ourselves." On the day of the trip, we just caught up with the local festivals. There are nearly 200 religious festivals in Bali every year. There is a temple in the center of the Monkey Park, but visitors cannot enter. Park tickets are 40k a person, open from 8:00 to 18:00.
The monkeys on Bali are "fierce", one is the Tanah Lot, one is here, and the monkeys are witnessed to take away the sunglasses from a five-and-three-thick European and American. Everyone remembers to look after good things, especially sunglasses, kettles, etc. Don't let the little naughty The ghost got rid of it.
However, this also provides the opportunity to get in touch with the monkeys. People and monkeys, the close contact of two primates, the little monkey is super cute.
Its quite big, its going to take a long time, its not all monkeys, even the sculpture is a monkey, its really a monkeys paradise.
Ubud Monkey Forest is a natural reserve teeming with macaques. These wild monkeys here are all cared for and fed by humans. Quite lively and unafraid of strangers, visitors can feed the monkeys bananas and peanuts in certain locations. The first sight of food is enough to make them all come running. The scenery of the park is also a delight. Visitors can stroll through the park to enjoy the sights, pausing to rest on a beautiful circular staircase when they get tired.