Things to Do in Ubud with Kids

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Things to Do in Ubud with Kids

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  • Aldaus A
    Alberta, Canada3 contributions
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    The Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary in Ubud is simply breathtaking! Home to wild macaques in a lush tropical forest, it offers a unique and awe-inspiring experience. However, be mindful of your belongings as the curious monkeys may take them. Overall, a fantastic and unforgettable visit!
    Written 6 April 2024
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  • Stella648
    Perth, Australia60 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Beautiful easy walk with fabulous views. There is somewhere to stop and have a cold drink along the way. Must do if in Ubud.
    Written 21 March 2024
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  • Openyoureyes12
    Norfolk, UK138 contributions
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    A very peaceful and beautiful place. When you walk innit eh cave it’s almost like you feel how the energy of the millions who have passed through it. It was very moving to respectfully walk through and visit this sacred place
    Written 28 January 2024
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  • Yuqing
    Ottawa, Canada8 contributions
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    It's a nice water temple. You need to pay to enter. They give you saron at the entrance for you to wear. Nice spot for pictures.
    Written 1 January 2024
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  • Franklin Ocha
    Medan, Indonesia263 contributions
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    It's exactly the same waterfall as Blasinga. It's one waterfall with 2 names. Apparently, the river becomes the border line between 2 villages. Hence, there are 2 entry points.

    The entrance from Tegenungan side is more popular, and when I crossed the river and went up the stairs to get a better view of the fall from the top point, I came across a small counter with an officer charging another entry ticket, reasoning that I would step on the Blasinga side.

    The waterfall itself is moderately high with fairly strong current. You can take a dip as well. But when it's crowded, it's a bit challenging to take a nice picture.
    Written 21 April 2024
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  • Emi
    Brisbane, Australia1,039 contributions
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    I woke up at 6am after flying into Bali the night before. A friend said "If you wake up, get up and go for a walk" I'm not a walker but as she is a Bali regular, I heeded her advice. And I am so so glad I did.

    The beautiful hotel (guesthouse) we were staying at is on JL Kajeng so I walked up the street and followed the signs to Sweet Orange Warung.

    It is a head spin to see the heaving street that was filled with markets the night before empty with only a few mopeds moving about. It was, initially, terrifying to see these mopeds on the tiny path I was walking on! But the further I walked, the quieter it became.

    I did a 2.2km loop past the closed at 6.30am Sweet Orange Warung and back down to Ubud. The path at the end of the walk all but disappeared and I laughed walking over a plank covering where the path was.

    But I did it and LOVED it! Would recommend it to anyone else visiting Ubud.
    Written 30 January 2024
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  • EarlyRetirementAbroa
    Princeton, NJ3,059 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    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
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  • Happiness59940969248
    3 contributions
    3.0 of 5 bubbles
    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
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  • Asha S
    Chicago, Illinois, United States13 contributions
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    I am a painter but I brought my 75 yr old dad, 65yr old mom and sister to the class with zero experience and they LOVED it. Gusti was an amazing teacher. He’s very patient and truly believes in the value of art - we took forever to finish our paintings but he never rushed us. It was the perfect activity to do where you can be together but separate at the same time. Would go back again and do one of his other classes- small paintings or wood carving.
    Written 9 December 2023
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  • Zimminaroundtheworld
    Okinawa Prefecture, Japan1,917 contributions
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    After spending a rainy day walking through the shops of Ubud, the weather cleared and I decided to check out the rice fields I had saved on my map. This might have been my favorite place in Ubud. Other then a few locals, I had the rice fields to myself away from the tourists. The fields were gorgeous, hard to believe the crazy traffic and amounts of people were just a short walk away.
    Written 5 January 2024
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  • Jessy W
    Adelaide, Australia3 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    We visit the place a couple of weeks ago and bought a lot of coffees and teas from their shop, all sugar free, according the labels. But back home, everything taste so sweet, like it's full of sugar, very disappointed, if that's th case...it's misleading and cheating
    Written 25 January 2020
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  • Adam E
    4 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    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! 10/10
    Written 12 June 2022
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  • David M
    Cape Town Central, South Africa321 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    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 drink
    Written 7 March 2020
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  • Jones
    Indonesia2 contributions
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    My experience at Hars Garden was amazing! On arrival i was greeted by him at the entrance to his Jungle after walking through his organic garden, with his dreadlocks hanging near to the floor and a big healthy organic smile.
    Instantly i knew that this was the ideal place for me.
    Slowly walking up the steps into my treehouse accommodation trying to take in all the jungle and nature around me.
    The treehouse was unreal! So simple so unique! It drops off probably 20m from the balcony into the deep jungle with a river and waterfall at the bottom!

    Waking up at 6am with a very slight few strips of sunlight shining through the jungle canopy, it was torrential rain and i had never felt ever before the pure deep form of mother nature like that!
    Laying in bed with the large glass windows in front dropping off into the deep wet jungle!
    The sounds of running water and birds,frogs,monkeys literally i did not want to leave this moment.
    3hours later i finally prized myself out of my trance to start the course.
    Breakfast was a huge tray of fruit all from the garden then a main course of salad and ubi (potato) all obviously grown by hars and picked early morning by Hars while i was daydreaming into the jungle haha.

    What i learnt from this dude was not just how to grow great organic food but how to live in this world with the ecosystem and not against it, also how to create a ecosystem on my land in Sumbawa that was partly destroyed by corn farming.
    His information was golden and his mission in life (to save the ecosystem and work with nature) also to educate the word on how to grow organic food and to work with nature not against it.
    Using his own techniques and also others from hundreds of years ago.

    Basically he is a all time hero and the course was very beneficial to me and my family to create a new life over in Sumbawa living from the land and working with Nature.

    The course was supposed to be 2 days but i booked a extra day in because there was so much i wanted to learn!
    Overall i done 3 days 4 nights there, the three hour course a day was not really enough for me to take everything in, ideally i would like to take a week course 8hours a day haha but obviously Hars has a life too and to steal his time that much just wouldn't be fair.

    When i left he kindly gave me over 30 different types of herbs and strains that i could bring with me to sumbawa.
    Now all i need to do is keep them alive and spread hars knowledge to others who are grownig using monoculture techniques destroying the ecosystem.

    Thanks Hars and good luck with your future project in Sumba!

    Peace joy and healthy food Sir
    Written 27 December 2020
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  • Naga Mas
    Denpasar, Indonesia212 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    On Kunningan day (10th day after Galungan) is a big ceremony in Taman Pule Temple in Mas village. For those of you who wish to experience real Bali culture this is a must for you. After the initial first day (you can see traditional Wayang Wong dance in Temple forecourt) there are procesions of tall offerings each afternoon for three days from different Banyars (Village co-ops so to speak) meeting pavilions. The Temple is alive with many ceremonies and outside there is an array of tents and sellers of cloth, food toys and many other goods ...very busy place...enjoy
    Written 9 July 2019
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