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Best of Ubud : All Inslusive Tour with Optional Lunch

1. Best of Ubud : All Inslusive Tour with Optional Lunch

Take a day tour around Ubud are and immerse yourself in its vibrant culture of Ubudian as you spend the day visiting a selection of top Bali’s attraction including a stop at Ceking for Tegalalang Rice Terrace , Tegenungan Waterfall, Ubud Monkey Sanctuary, art market where you can hunt for your Bali souvenir, and Tirta Empul Temple known for its blessing holy spring temple. Begin your trip by visiting Ubud Monkey Forest, It is home for over 600 long tail macaques roaming around in their natural habitat. Take a famous selfie with monkey at Ubud monkey sanctuary with the assistance of the local staff. Next, head north to Ubud Palace (as known as Puri Saren) and Ubud Market across the main Ubud street. Perfect to learn the Ubud culture and wonderful location to get you some Bali Souvenir home. Continue to Tegalalang famous for its stunning natural landscape of Ceking Rice Terrace where you can learn its ancient Subak irrigation system. Stroll through the ridges and learn how Tri Hita Karana is a guidance for the Balinese way of life. Find out how it works for the Subak system in Bali, and take the chance to snap pictures with tropical landscape as the background. Stop at D’Alas Restaurant or other alternative restaurant you have in your list for your lunch of the day. It is available to purchase as add-ons. Perfect Indonesian style restaurant with fabulous scenery of the lust jungle of Ubud. Then, head east to Tampak Siring for an ancient temple called Tirta Empul Temple where you can witness how Balinese doing their spiritual cleansing before praying at its Utama Mandala of the temple. Completed the trip to Tegenungan waterfall with a beautiful green surrounding make the area very fresh. Take a short walk to get closer to the waterfall and snaps some photos for your social media feed of the day.

Amed: Snorkeling Trip to the Japanese Shipwreck

2. Amed: Snorkeling Trip to the Japanese Shipwreck

Get picked up in the morning and travel to Lipah Beach, located on the East coast of Bali. Upon arrival board a traditional boat for a ride across crystal clear waters towards Amed Wreck, one of Bali’s greatest snorkel and dive sites.  See an abundance of colorful marine life including parrotfish, turtles and manta rays. The colorful coral growing across this sunken ship is a must-see opportunity.  Head to another impressive snorkel spot before the day ends and go to Vienna Beach. Marvel at this paradise with white sand and calm waters filled with unique marine life.  You will find a local restaurant where you can buy lunch at your own expense.  Travel back after a day full of snorkeling and fun.

Bali: Archeological Museum & UNESCO Temples Private Tour

3. Bali: Archeological Museum & UNESCO Temples Private Tour

Head north from Ubud on this private full-day trip to Tukad Pakerisan in Tampak Siring, listed as one of UNESCO World Heritage sites. The city was the former capital of the Ancient Bali Kingdom. Visit Gunung Kawi, a pre-Hindu temple complex still breathing the atmosphere of ancient legends. Hear long-lost tales of forgotten Balinese kings who lived in an obscure but important period of Balinese history. The temples are believed to be constructed in the 11th century. Next head south to Yeh Pulu, one of several fascinating archaeological sites that you can visit in the central Bali highland village of Bedulu. Admire an impressive 25m-long display of carvings etched into a rock face, depicting mythological characters, Hindu gods, as well as people going about normal village life. Continue to Pura Samuan Tiga, a 10th century temple in the village of Bedulu in Gianyar. The temple dates back to the Warmadewa dynasty. The old temple is a great place to see ancient Balinese temple architecture up close. It features ornate sandstone carvings and majestic temple gates. The visit ends at the Bali Gedong Arca, or Bali Archeological Museum, which is an archaeological museum located in Tampak Siring Village. Tour the museum's collection of heritage objects collected over the centuries. Leverage and customize your experience with add-ons from add-on listings: coffee tasting to traditional massage. (some add-ons are only available for some options).

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4.5 / 5

based on 276 reviews

Very nice experience and a very good treatment, being in Ubud they provided me with a transport that picked me up in addition to picking me up at an intermediate point to return to Ubud more quickly. We had two calm dives to a maximum of 20m to see the boat, quite interesting, just to say that the dive site is quite recurrent so you will not be the only ones there.

awsome tour dude yogi that picked us up, went above and beyond, treated us like his mate, done a bloody good job. boat ride was cool to, best part was feeding the fish. overall a great day, heads up- apply lots of sunscreen

Great dive. The guide was very attentive and informative. He took time to give tips and help improve my skills. Food served was very plentiful and delicious.

Dive master is friendly and they take care of you during the dives making sure you’re safe

Very good instructor Ketut and very cool shipwreck dive. 10/10 would recommend.