Ubud Bali

Ubud Bali is a remarkable village in the central part of the island and surrounded by a form of Balinese culture, museums and art galleries. Ubud the pulse of community life can not be separated from art. Therefore, here there are many art galleries, and arenas of music and dance performances are held alternately every night in all corners of the village. Here is the perfect place to learn and explore Balinese traditional activities such as cooking, carving, painting, dancing and making offerings. Ubud is located one hour by road from the southern part of Bali and is part of Gianyar regency.

Ubud has been known since 1930 when a German painter, Walter Spies and Dutch painter Rudolf Bonnet, visit this place. Then they settled in Ubud for a long time assisted by Cokorda Gede Agung Sukawati of Puri Agung Ubud. Now their work can be seen at the Museum Puri Paintings, Ubud.
Aside from being an artist village, Ubud also offers panoramai with green rice fields and beautiful river. Explore the hidden beauty of Tegal Ubud and surrounding areas including grassland, Ayung River, and the Monkey Forest.

When the sun goes to the horizon, Ubud a romantic place for every traveler. Balinese traditional music creates an atmosphere that truly rural. If we want to enjoy a delicious meal in Ubud, then simply walk along Jalan Monkey Forest Road, Bhishma and around Pengosekan to find a romantic place to dine.

For being one of the travel and holiday destination for tourists around the world, so here is a variety of accommodations from the hotel is cheap and within budget to a private villa. The cheapest flights and home stay like Artaj Inn, home stays, and Teak etc. Artini cottages.

Ubud has also been used as a filming by renowned artist Julia Roberts is paired with Oscar-winning actor Javier Bardem and Billy Crudup in their film titled "Eat, Pray, and Love"

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