Afternoon Ubud Tour

USD 39

  1 Day

  Depart from Bali Area at 12:00 pm

  Speakers :   Indonesian   British   Australian   Germany   French   Japan  

  Up to — 40 Person ( 1 Group )

  Daily Tour

  Bali,  Indonesia

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Afternoon Ubud Tour


Ubud Art Village 

First time we will bring you to visit Ubud Arts Village, the gold and silver smith is Celuk Village, and there are a lot of huge silver shops in this village. At the Batuan Village we will see the painters make their own creation and also Textile factory at Tohpati Village. The woodcarving Village is called Mas and Kemenuh Village. Both villages produce very good quality of woodcarving.


Elephant Cave (Goa Gajah) 

Second stop at Elephant Cave (Goa Gajah). This cave was built in 11 century years ago by the king of Udayana. The name came from the name of a small river nearby. Its name is Lua Gajah (Female Elephant). In front of the cave, there is a place for bathing with six figures (Sapta Gangga). Inside temple there is a place for meditation. On west side is the statue of Sri Ganesh (the god of protector). On east side is three Lingam which is believed the one with black cloth is for Wisnu Gods symbol of water, white cloth is for Siwa Gods symbol of the air and red cloth is Brahma Gods symbol of fire.


Monkey Forest Ubud

Third stop to Monkey Forest Ubud, the monkeys within the Sacred Monkey Forest of Padangtegal are commonly called long-tailed macaques. Their scientific name is Macaca fascicuiaris. On Bali, there are Balinese long-tailed macaque troops (populations) that live in areas where they have a little contact with humans and troops that have contact with humans. In western part is Dalem Temple (temple dedicated to Siwa Gods) and in eastern is the cemetery and Merajapati Temple dedicated to Goddes of Durga (wife of Siwa God).


Batubulan Village 

Fourth stop to see Kecak Dance at Batubulan Village, A Kecak performance is very simple. The men’s chorus chants the words Cak ke-cak ke-cak ke-cak ke-cak ke-cak, in rhythm, over and over again, for this reason they are called the Kecak or Cak dance. The Kecak dance consists of about fifty men wearing only a loin-cloth, the upper part of their bodies are left naked. They form rows of circles, in the middle is a coconut oil lamp. The Kecak dance is performed for dance-dramas and the story presented is taking from the Ramayana epic.



  • Private Car with AC and also Petrol
  • Guide (They speak English, Germany, France)
  • Cool Drink
  • Entrance Fee


  • Personal expense
  • Meals
  • Tips
  • Extra cost for optional activity

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