Ubud- A Serene Village in Bali

ubudUbud is a small town on the Island of Bali, it is perfectly located among rice paddies on side and the great My Batur on another. We stayed for two days in Ubud and how I wished we could have stayed Longer. There are any private villas available in Ubus and you have a variety to choose from. I stayed at Lotus Cottage in Devi’s Place.(You can read about my stay here). This whole place is Lush green with rice fields and coffee plantation. There are many things to do in Ubud. You can just rent a bike in Bali and you are good to go (in my case Bike was provided by the Resort at INR 500/ day only).The places I visited on my trip to Ubud are mentioned below:

Monkey Forest

The Monkey Forest lies within the village of Padangtegal, which owns it. It is located centrally in the town. There are many of point of interest here like 700 monkeys, 186 species of trees,huge forest area.

Rice Fields

Ubud is known for its rice fields. A trip down this fields is a must.


Mt. Batur Tour


Mt. Batur is an active volcano located in Ubud. There are customized┬átours for Mt. Batur one is an early morning tour wherein you get to see the sunrise from the top of mountain Cliff. You have to reach the base of mountain by 3 a.m and do trekking and reach its top by 5 a.m. It is a full guided tour with breakfast included. You can also go and see the magnificent Mt. Batur at any other part of the day too. It’s one beautiful Experience.

You can also go rafting, see coffee plantation and many waterfalls and temples.

Tip: Make sure to carry mosquito repellent and lots of sunblock.


More on Bali coming in the next Blog……






2 Comments Add yours

  1. Mel & Suan says:

    We got to Mt Kintamani instead for the lake view. But we came when the rice was already harvested, so only empty fields!


    1. Deepika says:

      Awww…Good tip for the readers to check the harvest season before going

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