Ubud does have a lot of tourist attractions, especially natural and cultural tourism. To facilitate a vacation in Ubud, Kompas.com summarizes what you can visit in Ubud for three days. Here is an itinerary or travel plan for a vacation in Ubud:
Ubud tour for first day, make it easier for you to go to any tourist destination to be addressed, you should use a two-wheeled vehicle such as a motorcycle or bicycle. You can rent one of the two vehicles at a transportation rental in Ubud. But if you want to try using public transportation, you can use becaks, motorcycle taxis, or public transportation that are scattered there. The four-wheeled vehicle transportation mode is not recommended in Ubud. Because the road in Ubud is fairly narrow and congested during the holiday season. With two-wheeled vehicles, you can roam to remote Ubud.
Campuhan Ridge Walk Located near the Ubud Art Market, you can walk for about 10 minutes to Jalan Raya Ubud and explore the small road near Ibah Hotel to get to Campuhan Ridge Walk. There, you can start your first day by exercising on the two kilometer jogging track. Also read: Walking the Paths on Bukit Campuhan Ubud Of course jogging on Campuhan Ridge Walk will be more fun. Because you are treated to beautiful scenery and fresh air in the hills of Campuhan. Not only the valley, this jogging track also offers views of green grass and the river which is right on the edge of this path. Tegalalang Rice Fields If you are in Ubud, you can visit Tegalalang Rice Fields. Tegalalang terraced rice fields are famous for having panoramic beauty. In addition, the air is still fresh so you can relax calmly while watching the typical Tegalalang rice terraces. The rice field steps are located in Gianyar Regency and are about 20 minutes away by motorcycle from the center of Ubud. The view offered is certainly very suitable for uploading on Instagram. The price of admission is around IDR 10,000 per person. Ubud Monkey Forest As the name suggests, the Monkey Forest in Ubud is filled with lively and docile monkeys. Although used as a tourist attraction, but the beauty of this forest is still very awake. The large number of tourists visiting here does not frighten the monkeys and hide. That way, you can interact directly with them. You can also see some monkeys hanging and swearing behind trees that are still lush. Also read: Monkey Forest Ubud, Bali Tour with Viral Selfie Monkeys Not only that, Ubud Monkey Forest also has three temples that can be visited to see how the Great Dalem Temple of Padangtegal, Beji Temple, and Prajapati Temple. Ubud Monjey Forest, located in the village of Padangtegal, has around 749 monkeys and 186 species of trees. To visit, the price of the ticket offered is Rp. 80,000 for adults, and Rp. 60,000 for children aged 3-12 years. Before visiting Ubud Monkey Forest, don’t forget to leave a plastic bag or bottle on the Ticket Counter and maintain your behavior.
Second day On the first day, you spend the morning jogging on Campuhan Ridge Walk. Well, on the second day you can start the day by watching the sun rise. Mount Batur Although Mount Batur enters the Kintamani region and takes about 1 hour and 30 minutes from Ubud, it doesn’t hurt to visit the mountain to see the sunrise. You can take a tour of the local Mount Batur to participate in these climbing activities. However, you have to wake up from 2:00 a.m. in order to see the sunrise. In addition, you also have to prepare your stamina so you don’t get tired easily. Lake Batur After seeing the sun rise on Mount Batur, you can relax on Lake Batur to enjoy the fresh water and cold air. The scenery presented is no less beautiful than what you see on the top of Mount Batur. Located about 15 minutes from the Mount Batur area, you can visit it by motorbike. The price you have to pay is only for the parking fee of IDR 5,000. Here, you can do a variety of activities ranging from fishing, culinary tours, to enjoying the hot tubs. Pura Tirta Empul Pura Tirta Empul is famous for being a tourist place that must be visited while in Gianyar because of its beautiful architecture. To visit, you will take approximately 40 minutes by motorcycle from Lake Batur and towards Manukaya Village. Arriving at Pura Tirta Empul, you will see there are several temples and springs in them. Also read: Tirta Empul, Favorite Tourist Attraction in Gianyar Not only that, you will also be treated to 30
pouring springs that you can make as a place to take pictures. Balinese Hindus also believe the shower as a means of cleansing the soul. But before entering, you have to wear cloth that has been provided by the tour management and follow the rules. Because, Tirta Empul Temple is a place of prayer for Hindus there. Also read: Don’t do this while on vacation to Ubud Monkey Forest 3. Third day The last day has arrived. To spend the morning, you can travel more relaxed than on the first and second day. Tegenungan Waterfall Tegenungan Waterfall is located in Kemenuh Village. To get there, you can use a motorcycle and take about 25 minutes. Arriving there, you will be drained with a cool atmosphere and flow of water that will make you feel calm. The ticket price to enter there is IDR 10,000 for adults, and IDR 5,000 for children. Not only the waterfall, you can also see the green scenery of the beautiful trees that surround the waterfall. However, you have to pass dozens of steps and the banks of the Petanu River first before reaching the waterfall. Even though it sounds tiring, the scenery along the way will make you forget your fatigue. Goa Gajah Temple After enjoying the natural beauty of Tegenungan, you can go directly to Goa Gajah Temple, located in Bedulu Village. From Kemenuh Village, you will only spend approximately 15 minutes using a motorbike to get here. Goa Gajah Temple is one of the oldest temples in Bali with a different architecture from other temples. Because, you will not see a temple building like a temple but a cave. Just like Pura Tirta Empul, although tourists can visit, they must obey the existing rules. The reason is, the northern part of Goa Gajah Temple is a place of worship for Hindus. While the southern part is made a place of worship for Buddhists. The price of admission to Goa Gajah Temple is IDR 15,000 per person. Taman Saraswati Temple After visiting places located quite far from Ubud, now is the time for you to visit Taman Saraswati Temple which is located only two minutes walk from the center of Ubud. But you have to take about 19 minutes using a motorbike from Goa Gajah Temple. Pura Taman Saraswati has a beautiful exterior. Because, there are two ponds divided by a path. You can certainly make this street as a photo spot with the building behind the temple. Also read: Tips for Cheap End of Year Holidays in Bali, Watch Free Fireworks Just like Tirta Empul Temple and Goa Gajah Temple, you must obey the rules in Taman Saraswati Temple because the temple is used by Hindus to pray. Here, you are not only treated to beautiful temple views. You can also see Kecak dance performances that are usually held every Tuesday and Thursday from 7:30 pm with a ticket price of IDR 75,000 per person. Ubud Art Market Three minutes walk from Taman Saraswati Temple, you can go directly to Ubud Art Market to buy souvenirs. There, you can see various kinds of souvenirs offered. Ranging from Balinese crafts, to beach clothes. In fact, you can also buy paintings and sculptures. For the price offered is certainly different. Therefore, you must be smart to bargain in order to get a suitable price.