Ubud has long been the centre of Bali’s culture, having been made famous as the setting for the film Eat Pray Love. This hidden gem sits high in the jungle, surrounded by rice fields, waterfalls, and lush tropical rainforests of every hue of green. To call Ubud lovely is an understatement; it is both powerful and mystical. Ubud’s lush scenery is home to some of Bali’s most stunning and expensive resorts. It’s a great place to base yourself for a few days of your entire vacation. While lounging at your private Ubud villa Bali can certainly be a highlight at its own, there are so many things to do during your stay at this lush highland.
Participating on Cooking Class At Your Villa Ubud Bali
Balinese cuisine and recipes are part to the community’s culture and way of life. Meanwhile, cooking provides an unrivaled opportunity to immerse oneself in the traditional way of life. Take the opportunity to learn Balinese cooking if your villa hold one. You will get a firsthand look at traditional village life and learn about the stories behind these delectable Balinese dishes.
Visiting Ubud’s Iconic Monkey Forest
Ubud Monkey Jungle is a natural, cultural, and spiritual attraction with beautiful tropical forest. This is where hundreds of monkeys roaming freely, sacred temples, and elaborate traditional statues. The 12.5 hectares of tall trees will provide a tranquil ambiance for visitors. While exploring the temples, halls, and statues, the forest has a mystical feel to it. You can observe and interact with the friendly, long-tailed monkeys. All you have to do now is wander about and get lost in this lovely, ancient Balinese world.
Chilling in Jungle-front Infinity Pool of Villa Ubud Bali
Taking a dip in an oceanfront infinity pool is a must when we are talking about Bali. However, have you ever feel the upmost serenity from blending with lush tropical forest in a jungle-front infinity pool? Not only will you be able to swim and sunbathe as a must-do of vacations, but you’ll also be able to do so while gazing out over Ubud’s stunning scenery.
Taking Baths in Tirta Empul
Get inside the sacred Tirta Empul, a holy water spring at the center of this gorgeous temple complex. Local believes that the spring is a source of healing and cleansing, with sacred water being poured into the temple’s purifying pool through stone-carved spouts.
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Learn How to Create Balinese Canang Sari
Have you ever notice little baskets made of woven leaf, filled with various flowers and bits around shops and houses in Bali? This small offering is Canang Sari, a daily offering Balinese made as part of the rituals. And what’s better thing to do in Ubud, the central of culture of Bali, than learning about Balinese culture itself? Don’t miss the opportunity to join Canang Sari Class when your villa Ubud Bali hold one. You will learn how to make the colourful offerings and what it represent. You can also try traditional Balinese clothing and learn on the meanings of the clothes!