Known to be the spiritual centre of Bali, Ubud's humble and understated nature is the anti-thesis to the loud, brash, hard-partying lifestyle that has come to define Kuta and Seminyak. Brought to the masses in the Julia Roberts film 'Eat, Pray, Love', Ubud is a quaint town of artists and is regarded as the arts and craft hub with all the galleries and artists' workshops in the town and nearby villages. Ubud oozes charm and old-world culture and offers visitors the quintessential traditional Balinese experiences.
Ubud's laid-back and leisurely-paced way of life quickly grows on visitors. The world-famous Jatiluwih rice terraces and its tranquil and verdant expanses, the multitude of temples scattered in and around Ubud, and the waterfalls that dot the landscape ensure that there is something for everyone looking for a Bali experience outside the typical Bali vacation. Ubud is also famous for the many art galleries and workshops they conduct and offers the perfect avenue for tourists looking to buy authentic Balinese art, or those that want to learn how to create it by themselves.
Download Ubud PDF Guide
Free . Works Offline . Share Anywhere
Compare quotes from upto 3 travel agents for free
$ 279 onwards
$ 147 onwards
$ 46 onwards
$ 183 onwards
$ 166 onwards
Ask a question from the travellers who have experience.