Things to Do in Ubud for Couples

THE 10 BEST Couples' Activities & Things to Do in Ubud

Best Things to Do in Ubud for Couples

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  • Angele P
    4 contributions
    It was fun! All the people giving bad reviews are expecting these animals to be caged or this to be a zoo. It’s a sanctuary where monkeys roam freely, you go at your own risk.

    If you don’t taunt the monkeys and you respect their space they won’t bite you. I wouldn’t take kids as kids are unpredictable and so are monkeys.
    Written 1 June 2023
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  • Virginia P
    Philadelphia, PA20 contributions
    Pretty nice walk. The views were not as spectacular as I had hoped, but it made for a pleasant (and free) excursion. There are a number of shops selling paintings towards the end of the walk, and we found the quality of the paintings to be better than in town. We made two purchases.
    Written 16 May 2023
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  • Winaca Bali Tour Driver
    Seminyak, Indonesia2 contributions
    Very beautiful temple, location in the center of Ubud, close to Ubud palace and market. Good for photos, walking with your partner, there is an entry ticket.
    Written 8 May 2023
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  • Sarah
    Denver, CO67 contributions
    The cave and surrounding temple is a must-see! It is very touristy, so note that there will be many vendors when you arrive and guides that will attempt to sell their services. There is also a restaurant nearby to the entrance that can be visited if you need a bite to eat!
    Written 5 May 2023
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  • CaribeTraveler45
    NY143 contributions
    It is a nice museum with garden to visit when in Ubud. Worth it. Just note that there are two types of entrance tickets, one drink included, tea or coffee for about 95,000 IDR , and the other drink and lunch included for about 145,000 IDR . So you have a choice.
    Written 4 May 2023
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  • Helsy767
    Adelaide, Australia46 contributions
    My family (3 adults and a 2yr old) visited the waterfall at 8.30am on a Wednesday and it was a perfect time to come. There was only a handful of people and we were able to get some lovely photos.

    The steps down/up were not too hard, and there were plenty of places to stop for a rest and a photo!

    The little bamboo bridges to cross the water were a bit precarious and way too dangerous for our daughter to walk on, so if you’re unsure on your feet, don’t attempt the crossing!

    We were leaving just as it was getting really busy so we highly recommend getting there as early as possible to get photos without other people!
    Written 25 May 2023
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  • YogiOnHoliday
    Portsmouth, UK42 contributions
    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 2023
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  • Nicholas Aw
    1 contribution
    Part of the Traditional Art Market has been housed in a new building. However, there are still many traders operating from the old bazaar area.
    Here, you can buy a souvenir to bring home - from a wall decoration to a wind chime or a piece of wood carving to clothings including souvenir T-shirts.
    If you love bargaining, this is the place for you to put your negotiation skills to good use. Don't be shy or afraid to haggle. For example, if the opening price is Rp 300K (that's about USD 20 / EU 18 / SGD 27 / RM 90), offer half or less and take it from there. Don't worry, from experience, I find that the traders will never get angry. They would smile and counter your offer.
    Personally, I don't think there's a loser here. Once a bargain is struck, it results in a win-win situation. The trader is happy to have made a sale and you are happy to have acquired a souvenir from Ubud to take home!
    Written 9 May 2023
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  • ADB000
    Melbourne, Australia324 contributions
    Nice and quiet even though it is right on Jalan Raya Ubud across from Monkey Forest Road. It's a good place for a quiet wander and to take some nice pics of the old structures and carvings whilst getting to escape the hustle-bustle and touts on the main street of Ubud. It's free and not too crowded.
    Written 3 March 2023
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  • Storyteller632337
    8 contributions
    Getting started on a trip of a lifetime! We are so happy to recommend Bali Eco Cycling! The whole day tour was a revelation of THE Bali! The staff and everyone we were introduced to were so friendly and helpful in understanding each part of the day’s activities, such as stopping at rice paddies, visiting a host family compound with a tour of their farm, a coffee plantation, and an ancient banyan tree. A great breakfast buffet with a view of Mount Batur, weather permitting, and a delicious lunch at the end of the ride. Bikes and gear were provided as well as rain ponchos and refreshments. Very informative and pleasant! You are going to be amazed! A special thanks to our guide Wayan!
    Suksma! Lynne and Keith Andree
    Written 21 October 2022
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  • Nicolemcgoverne
    Christchurch, New Zealand3 contributions
    A full day tour around ubud and this was by far the best part of our day. We were welcomed in to see beautiful art you won’t find anywhere else. We fell in love with a piece each and couldn’t leave with out it. Beautiful place, people and art. Thank you for having us.
    Written 18 May 2023
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  • Anjouan17
    Pittsford, NY67 contributions
    Bali's Blanco Renaissance Museum offers visitors first and foremost a wonderful view of the entrance to the museum itself and its surrounding garden. Similarly, its external and internal architecture are lovely, and its rooftop, accessible from the terrace exit on the second floor of the museum, contains some lovely sculptures and wonderful views of Ubud and the region surrounding itself.

    The artwork by Antonio Blanco and his son is interesting (as are some of its frames), and for prospective visitors who would like to learn more about Blanco, his biography in Wikipedia is worth reading.

    Entrance fee is reasonable -- just over six US dollars. Photography inside the museum is not pemitted.
    Written 19 March 2023
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  • Jay H
    Sydney, Australia27 contributions
    Our driver made the suggestion to stop here as it wasn't something we had considered. My husband and I enjoyed the experience and thought it was interesting. Whilst we purchased some products, we certainly didn't feel pressured to do so. It's a nice stop on the way to Ubud.
    Written 14 April 2023
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  • Jessy W
    Adelaide, Australia3 contributions
    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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  • Radu B
    Cluj-Napoca, Romania460 contributions
    There is a beautifully preserved rock carving 26m long &2m tall about daily Balinese life: the farmer, animal hunting, women in community. The temple itself is tiny, small and not well maintained. 30k IDR access fee with free sarong included. 500m walk from parking by a nice rice paddies area, but not recommended if is to hot! Kinndly but strong refuse the locals who offer to show you the place, I heard them with a group speaking no English, no history questions answer, but high tip expected. Discover the place by yourself.
    Written 30 January 2020
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