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    10 Amazing things to do In Ubud Bali

    Bali traveling with a most popular as visit the beach and make a beautiful day.But here dunicare will tell you the others side trip should you visit and enjoy in Bali.That's 10 amazing things to do In Ubud Bali.Ubud Bali is a most popular for visit in Bali by tourism so here we go to know what the best surprise for thing to do In Ubud Bali.

    10 amazing things to do in Ubud Bali
    Famously known as Bali’s ultimate cultural hub, Ubud is an amazing mesh of old and new with something to offer to everyone. Visiting alone or with family, Ubud is a one-stop tourist attraction that promises a wide range of activities for everyone within a small distance!

    1.Stay here and have the swing ride of your life with panoramic views of Ayung River Zen Hideaway

    Located in a traditional Balinese village about 20 minutes from the center of Ubud, Zen Hideaway is a stay that offers an unparalleled experience that is exquisitely Ubud.As far as the eye can see, across Ayung River, a mini waterfall, rice fields and Mount Agung – you will find the most spectacular thing you will not find anywhere else. A swing hanging between coconut trees, high atop a hill.Both thrilling and addictive, the swing ride of your life is almost guaranteed – at such a height, and with sweeping views of the jungle, Ayung River, and even a mini waterfall!Once you’re done swinging, you may want to make full use of the private access, and walk down to the river or waterfall for a relaxing swim.Made from 150-year-old teak wood, Zen Hideaway is intentionally designed for those looking for serenity and peace. The rooms are semi-open, which enables you to have a hearty dose of fresh Ubud countryside air.And since it’s in a local village, feel free to interact with the locals if you’d like to experience authentic daily activities, such as farming, dance, or traditional ceremonies (if available while you’re here).

    2.Watch your own jewellery being made John Hardy Workshop and Showroom

    Have you always wanted to watch your own jewellery being crafted in front of your very eyes? You can do so at the John Hardy workshop, where local artisans conceive and create pieces of traditional luxury jewelry for you.Take the opportunity to explore the organic farm and visit Kapal Bambu – a majestic bamboo structure in the middle of race paddy fields – where you’ll be able to see and purchase from beautiful displays of handcrafted jewelry.You’re even welcome to join the John Hardy team for a delicious, traditional Balinese lunch served under the shade of a Banyan tree and prepared by their five-star chef.
    John Hardy Workshop and Showroom
    Location: 20 minutes from Ubud, 1 hour from Seminyak
    and 1.5 hours from Nusa Dua at: PT Karya Tangan Indah | BR. Baturning, Mambal, Ubud, Bali
    Opening Hours (Kapal Bambu): 9 AM to 5 PM on Monday to Friday. 9 AM to 4 PM on Saturday.
    Phone: +62 (0) 361 469 888
    For more details: To tour the compound or join the team for lunch, make an appointment at least one day in advance with Mrs. Trisna Dewi +62 (0) 361 469 888, visit@johnhardy.com
    site: http://www.johnhardy.com/spirit/virtual-tour

    3.Witness a bird invasion Petulu

    When the sun sets every day, thousands of herons from all over Bali fly to the village of Petulu, creating a beautiful vision of white for those who are there to witness it.The birds are believed to be the guardians that watch over the villagers and protect them from harm.It’s certainly a sight to behold – during the peak period (around 5pm – 6pm), up to 20,000 herons can be seen roosting in the trees of Petulu, watching the people from above.Best place to watch? To the south of the village, there’s a look-out point ideal for bird watching. Next to the road, you’ll see a sign that reads “the best place to see the herons”.And here’s where it points to – a small wooden house in the middle of a rice-field owned by an old lady selling cold drinks. So at the right time, you can see the flocks of herons arrive.The best part – you just need to sit back and enjoy the whole phenomenon with a drink in hand.
    Petulu
    Location: Jl. Petulu, Petulu, Ubud, Bali, Indonesia
    How to get there: Drive through Jalan Tirta Tawar until you see the village sign.

    4.Hug a honey bear Pod Chocolate Factory and Cafe

    Yes, honey bears are predators and it sounds crazy to want to hug them, but this impossible feat is actually possible at the Pod Chocolate Factory and Cafe.The factory was set up by Australian Toby Garritt, in pursuit of the way to create the best chocolate in the world. He’s slowly but surely approaching his goal, considering the raving reviews that his chocolates have received.If you visit the factory, located within an elephant camp, you’ll be brought on a tour detailing how cocoa beans are harvested, and later made into chocolate. If you want to, you can even try making your own chocolate!And yes, you get to hug one of the three honey bears that live on the premises after being rescued from hunters. No, you won’t lose your head, and it only costs USD $10.
    Pod Chocolate Factory and Cafe
    Location: Jalan Tukad Ayung, Carangsari, Petang, Bali 80353 (30 min drive from Ubud central)
    Opening Hours: Daily, 9am to 4pm
    Contact: +62 361 8086667

    5.Ride the river and visit a village!Bali Adventure Rafting

    The mighty Ayung River is the lifesource of Bali – and for most, getting up close and personal with this spectacular river is truly unforgettable.Keep a lookout for wildlife and spectacular waterfalls whilst drifting through the untouched Balinese rainforest. It’s like travelling through a long lost world with monkeys playing in the trees and thousands of different birdsongs.If you love an adrenaline rush, then the 45 rapids of the Ayung will be more than enough to keep you entertained.No need to be nervous at taking on this challenge.  You will receive a full health and safety brief, helmets and life jackets; the brilliant guides will also be with you for the whole trip.After 9.6km of exciting rafting, you will end the approximately 2-hour journey with hot showers, clean towels and changing rooms. After that, look forward to a hearty gourmet buffet at Bali Adventure Rafting’s private restaurant overlooking majestic mountains and gloriously serene paddy fields.Excited yet? Bring along your waterproof camera case and get set to have a splashing good time!
    Bali Adventure Rafting
    Address: Ubud Adventure Centre, Jl. Raya Kedewatan, Ubud, Bali 80000,Indonesia
    Contact: +62 361 721480
    Prices: Adult USD $38, Children USD $23
    site: http://www.baliadventuretours.com/

    6.Dive into the infamous waterfall in Tegenungan waterfall

    Among all the dazzlingly refreshing retreats found in Bali, Tegenungan waterfall is one of our absolute favourites. The rich green surroundings and perfectly flowing fresh water will make a pretty sight for all.Situated on a plane landscape and measured at only 15 meters high, some adventurous ones will jump into the waterfall in order to get an experience of a lifetime! (it could be very dangerous though, do not attempt!)And if you want more, there is even a temple nearby for curious visitors, and a bathing spot for you to relax the day away.
    Tegenungan Waterfall
    Getting there: Drive from Central Ubud to the sacred Petanu River of Tegenungan village, Gianyar. However, for a closer sight, one needs to descend the stairs down the river to access the exquisite beauty nature has to offer. Coordinates here.
    Entrance Fee : IDR $10,000 per person

    7.Dive (and dine) into Ubud’s very own rabbit hole Maha Restaurant

    As much as we can’t get enough of cat and dog cafes, how about a rabbit cafe for a change? Dining at Maha Restaurant will leave you feeling a little like Alice in Wonderland – bringing you up close and personal with the cutest bunnies you will ever see.Especially if you have kids who are tired of walking around Ubud, bringing them to Maha Restaurant will be a great refresher for them, as they get to pet the bunnies and interact with them.Order coffee, pancakes, crepes, juices, or even an espresso martini (we hear they have fantastic cocktails!) and get set for one of the many lovely afternoons to be had in Ubud.Watch the Maha rabbits hop around, do bunny binkies (google it) and nibble away as you steal a restful moment from your packed itinerary of plans – your kids will thank you for it.
    Maha Restaurant
    Address: Jalan Monkey Forest, Ubud, Bali 80571, Indonesia
    Contact: +(62) 361 973196
    Prices: From USD $5 (for eggs, bacon, avocado, tomato and toast, as well as a fruit salad and any coffee of your choice)
    Opening hours: Daily from 9am to 11pm
    site:https://www.facebook.com/Mahaubud

    8.Dine with a luscious view of paddy fields Sari Organik and Cafe Pomegranate

    Rice is a staple part of Indonesian diets so you can’t miss the opportunity to see where it comes from.You don’t need any Instagram filters for these photos – the lush emerald fields are the brightest green that you will ever see.There are so many great restaurants with rice field views but our favourites are Sari Organik and Cafe Pomegranate, which are both in Ubud.Sari Organik is a fast growing warung owned by a family who are dedicated to growing, using and selling organic produce. A 15-minute walk from the road through the coconut groves and along the rice fields means that by the time you arrive at the restaurant, you are ready for a hearty meal.Grab a table on the terrace and watch the spectacular greenery around you. If you are lucky, you will even see people at work in the fields – this is Bali at its most authentic.Sari Organik prides itself on catering for everyone. Meat eaters, vegetarians and vegans will each find plenty on the menu. Dairy or gluten intolerance? No problem, just let the friendly staff know.Try the dairy-free pizza, it’s fresh, healthy and supremely delicious! Even cheese lovers will be converted.Another option, Cafe Pomegranate, is an equally great open-sided restaurant owned by two Japanese brothers. One has taken control of the architecture and design, whilst the other arranged the menu and service. We’ve got to say, both have done amazing jobs!The restaurant is essentially a billowing fabric pagoda on a raised terrace off the beaten track in Ubud. Panoramic 360-degree views of the paddy fields will overwhelm your senses as you relax in the breeze and take in the view.The vibe of Cafe Pomegranate is funky and chilled – once the sun sets, the music starts and a great night of food and fun begins.Whether you are a couple looking for a romantic meal or a group looking for a party, Cafe Pomegranate is perfect for any occasion.
    Sari Organik
    Address: Jl. Raya Tjampuhan, Ubud Gianyar, Bali, Indonesia
    Contact: +62 361 972087
    Opening Hours: 8:00am-8:00pm
    Prices: Dishes from USD $2.50
    Cafe Pomegranate
    Address: Jl. Subah Sok Wayah, Ubud Gianyar Bali 80571 Indonesia
    Contact: +62 361 60803632
    Opening Hours: 9:00am-9:00pm
    Prices: Dishes from USD $2.50 to USD $5

    9.Take an Eco Tour The Green Village

    Yes we know all the villages in Bali are green with all those rice fields and tropical vegetation, but this one is super special.The Green Village was designed in 2006 by jewellery designer John Hardy, and later finished by his daughter. The result? A collection of bespoke, luxury bamboo homes all seamlessly integrated into the Ayung Valley nature.Can you imagine a spectacular mansion made from only bamboo? You have to see it to believe it.Take a tour of the village to learn more about this amazing eco project. Visit the bamboo factory and see bamboo being harvested, treated and crafted into building materials and furniture.The Green School is where you can turn your hand to model workshops, building and joinery classes, and so much more.Got green fingers and would love to find out more gardening tips and tricks? Stop by the Kul Kul farm to learn the art of permaculture and sustainable farming.If you are blown away by what the village has to offer, you can always look at staying in one of the beautiful houses.They are all available to rent for the week, so you can wake up in the village every morning.
    Green Village
    Address: Jl. Tanah Ayu, Sibang Gede, Abiansemal, Badung Bali 80352 Indonesia
    Contact: +62 811 3922254
    Opening hours: Morning Tour 10:00am Afternoon Tour 12:30pm
    Prices: Tours for Adult USD $28 Morning (USD $33 Afternoon), Children USD $17 Morning (USD $20 Afternoon), and free for children under 10. Classes from USD $55.

    10.Dine with a river view Swept Away Samaya and Riverside Cafe Four Seasons

    Want a view of the flowing river as you dine? These two restaurants are as close as you can possibly get to the mighty Ayung River without getting your feet wet.The relaxed wooden terrace at Swept Away is just inches from the river – a perfect way to pass the afternoon. Be refreshed by the cool river breeze as you enjoy a light lunch and delicious cocktail.Once the sun sets, Swept Away transforms into a dreamlike, twinkling stage with 100 flickering candles illuminating the river. Be hypnotised by the inky water snaking along the valley and listen to the wildlife settling in for the night in the surrounding forest.Swept Away evening dining is perfect for a romantic meal or even to pop the big question!The Riverside Cafe is in equally close proximity to the river’s edge and boasts a beautiful open air poolside terrace. The tantalising smells from the wood-burning pizza oven drifts along the valley, and will have you eager and ready for a good meal.Get refreshed with food from the light, healthy lunch menu as the river flows alongside you. And if you fancy lunch with a heartier view, then head upstairs to the Ayung Terrace which overlooks the valley.In the evening, Riverside Cafe boasts an impressive Mediterranean Bistro style menu with a great selection of Australian beef and lamb from the grill, and beautifully crafted salads.A separate Indonesian menu available also allows you to sample some local delicacies. Make sure to try a variety of homemade sambal, and the sambal Hijau (green chilli)!
    Swept Away at The Samaya
    Address: Banjar Badung, Desa Sayan – Ubud, Bali, Indonesia
    Contact: +62 361 973606
    Opening hours: 11:00am-10:00pm
    Prices: Mains USD $5 – USD $22. 6 Course Degustation Menu USD $50 per person
    Riverside Cafe at The Four Seasons Resort Bali at Sayan
    Address: Jl. Raya Sayan Ubud Bali 80571 Indonesia
    Contact: +62 361 977577
    Opening hours: 11:00am-10:00pm
    Prices: From USD $18 – USD $36 per person

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