What travellers are saying
- As usual this was a poorly signposted trail so a little tricky to find the beginning. Once you start it is really a nice surprise how soon the city sounds fade away and you’re fully immersed in nature. We started at 7am and there were already quite a few people who had completed their walks by the time we started. On the one hand it’s much quieter than the rice fields walk which is great and is much more relaxing. On the other, the scenery doesn’t really compare to the rice fields either. After the gate which marks the end of the walk itself, there are some nice cafes, warungs and little art workshops. All in all a good way to start the day in UbudWritten 4 December 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- The garden area, pond and surroundings were open to the public, but the inner sanctum was closed in preparation for cremation rites on 24th July. Very attractive water feature with fountains and the gardens surrounding. Glad that we got to see some of the grand Balinese temple architectural artistry.Written 28 August 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- This is a very beautiful walk - no more than about 2.5 miles in total. Take it slowly and take in the views, the wildlife - butterflies, ducks, egrets, rice heron, cats etc. Talk to people who live there - maybe a fruit seller, or sarong/drinks seller, and your visit will be enhanced. The way back and down into town is a little tricky unless you are nimble and sure-footed and not recommended in wet weather, but it is do-able. The cafe along the way, the Sweet Orange Warung was a treat, with specialised coffees and warm welcome with gorgeous views. It is easy to do this walk without a guide.Written 29 January 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- As usual, you must haggle with the vendors in this type of market that caters to 99% tourists, looking to buy souvenirs of their holiday vacation. The usual Balinese fare here: shirts, wood carvings, cheap jewelry, risqué items, toys, paintings, shoes, sarangi, ex cetera…spend an hour traipsing through.Written 12 November 2023
- Best Art Gallery in Bali! We came here upon the recommendation by Gusti at our hotel, and it blew us away! The service was impeccable and the range of art covered every style and size so there is something for all tastes and budgets in a chilled no pressure setting. This place is bursting with art with many rooms to explore. Prices are also reasonable, however like everywhere in Bali, be prepared for a little negotiation.
If you like art, come here. Even if you think you don’t like art, come here. These guys are the best!Written 27 October 2023
- Really gorgeous temple more r less opposite Murni's Warung. Lovely carvings and great atmosphere above the sacred river.Written 28 February 2023
- It would be wonderful to have some signs or a pamphlet up explaining us about the various portions of the building. The area that is open to the public is fairly limited, and because so many people are there trying to shoot the ideal selfie, you can't get very close to anything interesting.Written 10 August 2023
- Lovely collection of locally made decorative objects in wood, brass and silver - also truly lovely people, it's a family business. I first visited them before COVID - and still treasure those purchases - so I was happy to see they are still open.Written 17 November 2023
- Take an hour or more to explore this coffee plantation while in Ubud. Entrance is free, you will get a short tour of how the coffee is prepared, including the history of the luwak coffee. You will also see the luwak cat. Some cages are pretty small for these animals. Soak up the jungle view while sampling all the different coffees on offer.Written 25 July 2023
- Nice western type of supermarket. You can find everything you need. We bought a lot of fresh fruits and various vegan treats.Written 24 July 2023
- Worth a walk and a look at the Royal Palace in Ubud. Lots a good design and features that are so good to see.Written 2 March 2020
- Definitely a great walk through the rice fields. I enjoyed seeing beauty of all the green colors and listening to the water running down culverts for the fields. Maybe took an hour. Had to stop because the trail narrowed and was too muddy.Written 26 August 2022
- Astounding, amazing artwork! Blown away by the talent, set up and friendliness. Our taxi driver had stopped here on the way to Ubud centre as I was desperate to see artwork in Bali and it did not disappoint! The sheer talent, time and thought gone into these pieces of work left me speechless - I had never seen hand paintings like these in my life. I had chosen an outstandingly intricate and impeccable piece of traditional Keliki artwork. The front of house/owner was so genuine, talented and welcoming, the piece of artwork I chose happened to be painted by his own very teacher. He took the time to show me around the gallery and explain the story and meaning behind mine and various other paintings. In my opinion the value they set are very reasonable and worth every penny however I did negotiate on the price. I love how they inspire and teach the younger generations to carry on the tradition. If I had any artistic talent in me I would have definitely loved to attend a class. A must go if you're into art! 10/10Written 12 June 2022
- our guide was wonderful spending time explaining the whole process and answering any questions, coffee and tea samples were interesting, the coffee is really good and you can taste the difference, but be prepared to pay if you make it your daily drinkWritten 7 March 2020
- This is an amazing mask gallery! The designs are vibrant and intricate, it's clear they are a very skilled family. Unfortunately you're not allowed to take photos to stop others stealing their designs. The two ladies that greeted me were very friendly and answered all of my questions. It's free to visit and they would not even take a donation. Really recommend visiting this placeWritten 28 August 2023