Ubud - Wikitravel
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Temple dress code applies. This is a much underrated and under-visited site, and is highly recommended. Free, but donations are accepted. Musei e gallerie[ modifica ] Un piccolo museo che espone opere dell'artista Stephan Max Reinhold, rappresentante della "Liquid Art". When it opened inthis was the first private museum in Bali. Three buildings showcase traditional and modern Balinese art.
The displays are a little musty and English labeling is spotty, but some of the works, particularly the carvings, are quite amazing. Rp 20, under 12yo is free. Museo d'arte realizzato da Nyoman Rudana, secondo il concetto della filosofia umanista di Bali Tri Hita Karana in base al quale l'arte contribuisce al benessere pubblico.
In seguito divenne ballerino nel gruppo di danza Balinese durante il liceo. This gallery features art only by women; "Seni" is Indonesian for art and "Wati" means women. Parchi e attrazioni naturali[ modifica ] Risaie a terrazza nei dintorni di Ubud Gli immediati dintorni di Ubud sono straordinariamente verdi, caratterizzati da risaie anche a terrazza che si aprono tra boschi e palmeti.
Vale la pena esplorare questi paesaggi che infondono un senso di pace. Un breve itinerario consiste nell'imboccare Jl Raya che muove verso est dal centro cittadino e svoltare quindi per la stradina che si distacca all'altezza del palazzo della Banca BCA.
Arriverete al villaggio di Kutuh immerso in una incantevole area rurale. Per compiere questa gita potete servirvi della bicicletta in quanto non esistono ripidi dislivelli da superare. Dalla parte opposta stanno i villaggi di Campuhaun, Sanggingan e Kedewatan, dai paesaggi estremamente diversi, caratterizzati da gole scavate in un terreno calcareo dai fiumi Ayung e Wos. Le gole sono davvero spettacolari, ricoperte da una lussureggiante vegetazione. Da questo punto potete cominciare ad andare a zonzo senza una direzione precisa.
Potete far una sosta in un bar o ristorante all'interno degli alberghi per un pranzo o semplicemente per un drink. Il ristorante del Four Seasons a Sayan ha probabilmente le migliori viste sulla gola di Ayung. Tipico paesaggio nei dintorni di Ubud Ingresso gratuito ma i proprietari dei campi si aspettano una mancia.
Spettacolari paesaggi costituiti da risaie a terrazza situati a nord est del centro. Figurano tra le principali attrazioni di Bali. The recently opened Botanic Garden is a wonderful way to spend a few orari walking around and exploring the valley that it fills. It is best to go in the morning and avoid the afternoon heat.
Entrance 50, Rp for adults, 40, Rp for children 12 and under. Cosa fare[ modifica ] As a centre of the arts, Ubud has dance and shadow puppet performances every night. There are also plenty of spas for resynchronising your chakras, and all manner of spiritual classes and treatments, some distinctly less genuine than others.
Art courses[ modifica ] You can reach Yeh Pulu on foot through the rice fields from Goa Gajah, but you will definitely need a guide for the 45 minute walk as there is no path to speak of. Alternatively, you may just walk on the city streets there are times where there is no sidewalk to speak of or drive along the straight forward city route. In addition to the carvings 25m in lengththere is a holy well here, and the attendant priest will be happy to bless you with the well water.
Temple dress code applies. This is a much underrated and under-visited site, and is highly recommended. Free, but donations are accepted. A place for preservation, study and display of masks and puppets from Indonesia and other countries. Excellent value and located on serene grounds. A little difficult to find and a small trip outside of Ubud proper but completely worth it. The only painting in Bali by renowned Javanese artist Radan Saleh is exhibited here.
They also run workshops for thirteen different aspects of Balinese art and culture. Cafe with tea and coffee. Price includes tea or coffee hot or cold. This gallery features a range of art by Bruce Sherratt and various local Indonesian artists and offers a variety of art classes. Before he died inSpanish artist Antonio Blanco was an absolute fixture on the Ubud art scene.
His former home is now a museum showcasing his sometimes bizarre but always interesting work. Think Salvador Dali transplanted to Asia. In the garden you can take pictures of the exotic birds flying around.
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Admission price not correct at time of updating on their website. When it opened inthis was the first private museum in Bali. Three buildings showcase traditional and modern Balinese art.
The displays are a little musty and English labelling is spotty, but some of the works, particularly the carvings, are quite amazing. A wide range of Balinese paintings is exhibited here, both traditional and modern. Run by its owner, artist Nyoman Rudana, who is often present. This museum houses perhaps the most important art collection in the whole of Bali. Six pavilions house the various collections which include dedicated rooms for artists Arie Smit and I Gusti Nyoman Lempad.
This gallery features art only by women; "Seni" is Indonesian for art and "Wati" means women. This is especially true to the south and southeast of the town.
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Any visitor approaching from the south will appreciate this and it is worth a stop just to absorb the gentle beauty of it all. Northeast of Ubud town centre the land starts to become more undulating, and this is a good place to view Bali's classic rice terraces.
The village of Tegallalang is very much a tourist trap, but it is worth braving the hordes of trinket peddlers to view the stunning terraces there. From the town centre, take Jl Raya as far east as you can go, and then turn north and continue about 9km until you reach Tegallalang.
Look for the picture postcard rice terraces on you right-hand side. For those moving on north to the Kintamani area, this is on route and makes for an easy stop. A small fee is charged to cars entering, at least to tourists in hired cars.
Far more off the beaten path is to explore the rice fields immediately north of town. A good route is to take Jl Raya eastwards from the town centre and turn north up the small road immediately adjacent to the BCA Bank building. Proceed up this road through the village of Kutuh and just keep going, turning where you feel like it. This is a very gentle, rural area with some lovely landscape. A great way to explore is by bicycle as there are no steep hills to negotiate here. Another very short walk through the rice fields starts as a narrow path at the right side of Puri Lukisan museum and ends as Jalan Kajeng street bringing you back to Ubud center.
Typical Ubud river valley scenery On the opposite side of town in the Campuhaun, Sanggingan, and Kedewatan areas, the landscape changes dramatically as great gorges have been carved out of the limestone land base by the Ayung and Wos rivers.
It's no surprise that so many five star hotels have made their home in these lush, dramatic valleys. Opportunities for viewing these gorges are many. You can just find your own way and explore by motorbike it is very hard work by bicycle as the hills are steep. Head west out of town over the Campuhan Bridge and just start exploring.
The main road here is Jl Raya Sanggingan, and if you continue heading away from town you will reach the junction with Jl Raya Kedewatan. From that point you can turn in either direction and just keep exploring.
Alternatively, you can stop into a hotel or restaurant, have a drink or lunch, and gaze out in very civilised surroundings. If your pockets are deep, the restaurant at the Four Seasons in Sayan probably has the best views of all of the Ayung Gorge.
A more budget conscious option is the lovely Indus restaurant in Sanginngan, with tables facing out to the Wos River. This Campuhan ridge walk is the best place for you to experience the trekking activity. Opened in this clinic not only provides badly-needed medical care and sterilization programs for the animals of Bali, but it also endeavors to find new homes for all it's rescued kitties.
As so many of these cats need love and attention while waiting for their forever homes, Villa Kitty welcomes all visitors to come and give them a cuddle. There are also volunteering opportunities available see website.
A splendid 2-hectare aviary park with more than species of birds in well thought out, attractive enclosures. The park has an enlightened, modern attitude to exhibiting animals, and this is obvious from the very open, walk-in aviaries, and the number of free range birds throughout the park.
Also has a notably good cafe. One of Bali's best formal attractions. The owner has since passed away and the gardens are highly unkept. Not recommended based upon original reviews and description of what these gardens once were. A sacred forest full of ravenous monkeys, so don't bring any food or you will risk bites and a need for rabies injections.
If you are bitten, visit the first aid clinic near the entrance at the bottom of Jalan Monkey Forest. Stroll through to find Pura Dalem Agung Padangtegal, a temple of the dead. A visit to the very informative website beforehand is highly recommended. Entrance 50, Rp for adults.
Be wary around the monkeys that occupy the Monkey Forest. They are experts at stealing possessions like glasses, cameras and even handbags, and have been known to attack people carrying food. Bali is currently battling a rabies outbreak, and the likelihood is that these monkeys could carry the disease. No matter how cute they look, feeding them is just asking for trouble.
They can often be seen meticulously grooming each other. The young monkeys are extremely cute and playful. Some may tug on your shirt, or even climb on your shoulders or head. Be very, very cautious of the larger males as they can be aggressive.
Do not stare or make eye contact with them or reach out to them as they may take it as a challenge. Every evening between 15, and 20, cattle egrets, known colloquially as white herons and in Balinese, kokokan, roost in the village of Petulu just ten minutes north of Ubud.
It is quite a spectacle as these large, elegant white and rusty orange birds arrive in countless groups and tussle for the prime roosting spots. Each morning at dawn they leave en-masse to find feeding spots around the island. Some also breed in the area and nests can be seen in the roadside trees. The cattle egrets are joined by smaller numbers of little egrets and Javan pond herons. According to local legend, the egrets first appeared here in such large numbers after one of the worst massacres of suspected communists during the troubles of This led local villagers to believe that these birds are the souls of the slaughtered, and ceremonies to that effect are still held today.
Turn left, and go up the hill for about 2 km until you see the sign posted left turning on Jalan Kintamani to Petulu village. Go into the village and then past the ticket point. After about meters you can watch the birds from community hall building on your left, currently in renovation Aug For June, July and August, get there by 5: If you are in Bali during any of the Hindu cycles where gamelan and dancing is planned, the best way to see it is in an actual temple ceremony.
Ask your accommodation or the Ubud Tourist Info office or your driver to find out if any are happening when you are in Bali. There are also plenty of spas for resynchronising your chakras, and all manner of spiritual classes and treatments, some distinctly less genuine than others.
Art studio and gallery offering art classes from beginners to teachers, and internationally accredited courses run by Bruce Sherratt. Ceramic art studio offering gallery, exhibitions and workshops. Not-for-profit library and learning center offering morning or afternoon classes in silver making, wood carving, fruit carving, Balinese dancing, gamelan playing, and so on.
Book borrowing memberships available or books for sale, free wifi for all visitors, Bahasa Indonesia language classes in the upstairs terrace. Art studio and gallery offering classes in Keliki traditional painting class, silver, wood carving, fruit carving, Balinese dancing, egg painting.
Free shuttle service for Ubud area. Traditional Balinese cooking class and so much more. Offers additional optional tours of market, rice paddies, and coffee plantation.
As well as learning how to cook a variety of dishes, you also get an intro on Balinese culture and a tour of a Balinese compound and family temple. All ingredients are grown in their own sustainable organic garden.
Free shuttle pickup from Ubud area. Kids under 12 Rp. An Original Balinese Cooking Class in Ubud Bali, offers you an opportunity to learn how to cook real Balinese food with local ingredient, with skilled and friendly. Tungku Bali Cooking Class is an original Balinese cooking class that offers an opportunity to experience first-hand on how to cook authentic Balinese food Traditional Balinese cooking class in the home of a very hospitable family. They offer a pick-up in Ubud. Traditional Balinese cooking class.
Uses all natural and organic ingredients. Really interesting and fun experience. The chef running the class is very experienced and knowledgable. Discover a fascinating introduction in to the exotic ingredients and unique culinary heritage of Bali. Pemulan Bali is one of the newest cooking and eating place on the island The location is north of Ubud around 30 - 40 minutes drive.