Ubud Half Day Tour

Trip Information


IDR 550,000/car

Max. Guests per car

6 Guests


Approx. 5 hours

Additional Notes

  • IDR 125,000/car per additional hour.

  • Tickets to attractions and meals are not provided.


Meeting Point

08:30 AM / 01:00 PM at the Resort Lobby



Mineral Water Bottle


  • Art Villages - Batubulan, Celuk, Batuan (Optional)

    On the way to Ubud, we could stop by Bali villages. Batubulan is famous for its Batik Art, Celuk village for its silversmith, Batuan for its paintings and Mas village for its woodcarving. Barong dance is also performed everyday in Batubulan village at 09:30 AM with ticket price of IDR 100,000/ person. Bali Bird Park and Bali Zoo are also other options.

  • Batuan

    DeZoete and Spies, in their famous book Dance and Drama in Bali, describe it as an almost entirely Brahman village. Batuan is famous for the dances performed in the central part of the village and its Wayang Wong (masked human puppet) performance, featuring stories of the Ramayana epic. This is exclusively performed in the Banjar (Hamlet) Hall known as Den Tiyis. Den Tiyis gives inspiration to modern Batuan style of painting. Batuan Temple, near Ubud, is an important temple founded in 1022 AD and has produced generations of priests. Batuan Temple is considered as one of the finest and oldest temples in Bali. Admission ticket: by donation only.

  • Monkey Forest

    The monkeys within the Sacred Monkey Forest of Padangtegal are commonly called long-tailed macaques or grey monkeys (Macaca fascicularis). In Bali, there are Balinese monkey populations living in the areas where they have contact with humans on a regular basis. In western part sits the Dalem Temple (dedicated to Lord Shiva), while in eastern side sit the cemetery and Merajapati Temple dedicated to Goddess Durga (wife of Lord Shiva). Admission ticket: IDR 30,000/person.

  • Ubud Palace & Art Market

    The market has two different parts. The traditional market located in the west sells a variety of food and opens earlier. Meanwhile, the art market at the east sells various handicrafts, arts and textiles. Next to Ubud market sits the Ubud Palace where Royal Family lives. In the evening, the outside yard is used by the local art troupe to perform dances such as Legong Dance, Barong Dance, Ramayana Ballet and Mahabharata Ballet. Admission ticket: not available.

  • Tegallalang Rice Terraces

    Tegallalang rice terrace offers beautiful view with coconut trees and beautiful small river valley. Tegallalang subdistrict is famous for its handicrafts center especially for wholesale and export. Along the road, you will see a lot of art shops selling a variety of painted woodcarving with colorful ornaments. The painted woodcarving products on sale are made from very light albizia wood at a reasonable price. Similarly, they also sell their handicrafts for retailers. Admission ticket: not available.