Ubudd-Do you remember Julia Roberts walking down the streets of Ubud, cycling through the rice paddies, visiting Ubud Market and seeing a Balinese medicine man in the movie “Eat, Pray, Love”, in her search for balance and harmony? Yes, you also can get same experience & feel relax just in UBUD.
Lush, green and cosy, Ubud is often referred to as the spiritual centre of Bali. It’s not surprising, then, to learn that many Balinese and foreign artists call the area home.
Located in the centre of the island of Bali, 200 metres above sea level, is the magical town of Ubud. Known for its coconut groves, rice terraces, sacred rivers, ancient temples, and, perhaps most notably, its forest full of monkeys, Ubud is a popular spot for day-trippers and holiday makers looking for a more relaxed, mountainous vibe. Its elevation means the weather is a little cooler than the coastal areas, with regular cloud and rain. Made up of 14 villages that can be easily walked by foot, the town’s centre features three main streets: Jalan Raya, Jalan Hanoman and Jalan Monkey Forest.