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Bali Swing And Ubud Tour

BALI SWING AND UBUD TOUR IS ONE OF THE MOST POPULAR BALI COMBINATION TOURS PACKAGES TO ENJOY SWING ACTIVITY IN BONGKASA VILLAGE COMBINES WITH VISITING PLACES OF INTEREST IN UBUD VILLAGE

per adult from

$118

AUD

Duration

8 hours

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Hotel pickup available

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  • What's included :
    • • Private Transport with Fully Air-Conditioning Car
    • • Professional English Speaking Driver
    • • Bali Swing Activity
    • • All Safety Standard Equipment
    • • All Entrance Ticket
    • • Delicious Lunch and Mineral Water
    • • Bali Swing Insurance • 21% Government Tax and Service
    • Entry/Admission - Swing Heaven
    • Entry/Admission - Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary
    • Entry/Admission - Dance Performance At Ubud Palace
    • Entry/Admission - Ubud Traditional Art Market
    • Entry/Admission - Tegalalang Rice Terrace
    What's excluded :
  • This is a typical itinerary for this product

    Stop At: Swing Heaven, Jl. Tangga Yuda, Bongkasa, Kec. Abiansemal, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80352, Indonesia

    Bali Swing houses numerous jungle swings ranging from 10m, 15m, 20m and 78m above ground. A treat for adrenaline junkies, each swing comes with its own unique thrill factor so depending on how ballsy you are, choose your swing wisely.

    Duration: 2 hours

    Stop At: Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary, Jl. Monkey Forest, Ubud 80571 Indonesia

    UBUD MONKEY FOREST IN BALINESE LANGUAGE CALLED MANDALA WISATA WENARA WANA OWN VERY IMPORTANT FUNCTION OF THE CONTINUITY THE MONKEY HABITAT IN BALI
    Ubud Monkey Forest occupies 27 lush, green acres at the lower end of Jalan Monkey Forest in the village of Padangtegal. Home to over 400 long tailed macaques (Macaca fascicularis) which are divided into 4 groups that occupy different areas of the park, it is an important cultural and spiritual site that welcomes upwards of 10,000 visitors each month. The Monkey Forest Sanctuary is actually owned and operated by the village of Padangtegal, with village members serving on a governing council that seeks to uphold the integrity of the grounds while promoting it as a tourist destination.Ubud Monkey Forest is a small rain forest dwelt by some group of monkeys and other tropical animals. Its strategically located in the hearth of Ubud Village. Monkey Forests in Balinese language called Wanara Wana are spread out in the island and Ubud Monkey Forest itself own very important function of the continuity the monkey habitat in Bali. Meanwhile the local community own important role to keep this forest naturally in order to all wild animals able to live smoothly.

    Wanara Wana is the name of monkey forest in Sanskrit language, as the language ever influenced the layers of religious and ruling class of Indonesian archipelago before the fall into islam, and only Bali that strongly maintains the tradition. It is important to treat the monkeys with respect as this forest is heir home and you are a guest in it. Please remain on the paved paths, the monkeys may become aggressive if you invade their private areas ( Wanara Wana staff and researcher may occasionally be seen in this areas please do not follow them).

    It can often seen how the Balinese Macaques are cracking open coconuts. If available they like to eat bananas and papayas, too. Once taken please leave the fruit with the monkeys. If you with to feed the macaques please do so carefully, and if they take food from you, please do not attempt to retrieve it back. It is also of great importance that you treat the trees, the plants and other animals and structures within the Sacred Monkey Forest with great respect.

    This is holy area and an important ecological preservation, please enjoy the beauty and magic of this place. while at the same time respecting what lives in it. If you have any question or if you should need assistance, please asked the Wenara wana personnel ( identified by their green uniforms ) or a member of the research project.



    Duration: 1 hour

    Stop At: Dance Performance At Ubud Palace, Puri Saren Agung Palace, Ubud Indonesia

    UBUD ROYAL PALACE IS AN UBUD KINGDOM PALACE LOCATED IN THE CENTER OF UBUD VILLAGE WITH BEAUTIFUL BALINESE TRADITIONAL HOUSES AS A RESIDENCE OF UBUD KING UNTIL NOW
    Ubud Royal Palace or Puri Saren Ubud is one of the most prominent places in Ubud, as it is smack dab on the main Jalan Raya Ubud road and intersection. The palace can also be regarded as the focal landmark of Ubud. The Ubud palace was built during the lordship of the late Ida Tjokorda Putu Kandel (1800-1823) and is well kept by his successive heirs. A visit to the Puri Saren is on many of the itineraries to the Ubud area.It has well-preserved Balinese architecture and charming garden settings and is best known among lovers of Balinese arts as one of the main sites to view dramatic evening dance performances. Ubud Royal Palace is reachable after an approximate one and half hour drive north from the provincial capital of Denpasar. Many visitors find the palace a convenient stopover, as it is strategically the focal point of Ubud, with the Ubud Art Market, various local and international restaurants just steps away along the main Jalan Raya Ubud.

    The community meeting hall or bale banjar is just across the road, with the famous Babi Guling Bu Oka warung, serving acclaimed spit roast pig, alongside. The sacred monkey forest of Padangtegal is just down the southern intersection, following through the Jalan Monkey Forest Road. The performance stage, with a backdrop of ornate angkul angkul traditional gate and guardian statues, hosts nightly dance performances with gamelan orchestras.

    Ubud Royal Palace provides a great setting with a gorgeous entrances and exotic architectural elements. Tickets to these performances usually start to be sold in the afternoon. The front section of the palace is open to the public. Walkthroughs for viewing and photos during the day are complimentary. A local guide can be occasionally met around the wantilan pavilions, who will be able to assist with visitors inquiries about the history and features of the palace.

    While in Bali you will frequently encounter palatial structures boasting historical significance prefixed with the word Puri, literally Balinese royal palaces. Puri in general is a house of nobility in Bali especially of Balinese rajas and their kin. Ubud Royal Palace currently also serves as a cultural repository of arts, dance and literature. The palace stage and meeting halls are also host international events, such as the opening ceremonies of the annual Ubud Writers and Readers Festival.

    Duration: 30 minutes

    Stop At: Ubud Traditional Art Market, Jl. Raya and Monkey Forest Road, Ubud 80571 Indonesia

    BUD ART MARKET IS ABSOLUTELY ONE OF THE GREAT SPOT TO CHECK OUT IF YOU ARE SEARCHING FOR REASONABLE PRICE OF QUALITY ARTWORK HIGHLIGHTING BALINESE CULTURE
    Ubud Art Market locally referred to as Pasar Seni Ubud is located opposite the the Puri Saren Royal Ubud Palace and is open daily. Here you can find beautiful silk scarves, lightweight shirts, handmade woven bags, baskets or hats, statues, kites and many other hand crafted goods. Most of the goods found at the Ubud Market are made in the neighboring villages of Pengosekan, Tegallalang, Payangan and Peliatan.The location of Ubud Art Market which is center among the art producing villages, and being just opposite the royal palace which is a center point to Ubud itself, make it a strategic shopping place for Balinese handicrafts and souvenirs. The market also serves as a setting for the Hollywood movie Eat Pray Love, which shows a scene where actress Julia Roberts opposite a male character strolling through the stalls which are frequently visited by foreign and domestic visitors in real life.

    Naturally, bargaining is essential. A holiday in Bali always calls for some sort of shopping for souvenirs or memorabilia of the trip, and the best place to make the search would be in the artistic central region of the island, namely Ubud and its Ubud Art Market. Bali art markets in general are always on itinerary lists especially as the various items sold are typically Balinese, unique and some unavailable elsewhere.

    In Ubud case, most visitors favorite leisure includes easy strolls to the heart of the town, made possible by footpaths that virtually pass every aspect of Balinese culture and life. Ubud Art Market is one among the laid-back strolls, reachable from the Wanara Wana Monkey Forest Sanctuary just down south, an approximate kilometer from the market. Shopping here is not always about an actual purchase.

    Viewing the various items on display from one stall to another is a highlight on its own, showing the craftsmanship and the artistry of the Balinese. Admiring all the shops and stalls usually cannot be accomplished in one day. So if you spot an item of your interest, you might come back another day to bargain or settle the deal. Compared to art markets in Bali other main tourism destinations such as Kuta, Ubud Art Market can be considered to feature higher quality items and a larger mixture.

    Although beach cloths and shirts printer with Bali on them, and ikat woven skirts, Balinese style paintings, woodcarvings and woven baskets can be found almost everywhere on the island, items ranging from quadruple colored bohemian skirts of satin, Moroccan-style oil lamps, quilt-stitched batik camisoles and brass Buddha statuettes, are somewhat the staple, typical of the market curios.

    Ubud Art Market offers not only exemplary Balinese items, but rather a universal and international assortment, catering to visitors of all tastes. The items found here also tend to of a higher artistic value compared to other art markets such as Kuta. Prices vary depending on your bargaining skills, haggling is expected and indeed encouraged as part of the fun of shopping, but do so politely and with a smile.

    It is often helpful to decide upon the most you want to pay for an item before you start bargaining. Unlike the various shops aligning the Monkey Forest road, most stalls at Ubud Art Market bear no barcode or set price, so start bargaining which is a customary. Start at about half the asking price and go up till a compromise is reached. Refrain from buying anything if it is the first day of your holiday.

    Do a little survey while you are enjoying your first day and get accustomed with the prices. Ubud Art Market is open daily from 08:00 to 18:00, and some of the stalls are even open until late at night. The market is divided into two main allotments. The western block is the main art market, and an eastern block is a traditional market serving daily groceries and necessities.

    Duration: 30 minutes

    Stop At: Tegalalang Rice Terrace, Jalan Raya Ceking, Tegalalang 80517 Indonesia

    TEGALALANG RICE TERRACE IS POPULAR FOR ITS BEAUTIFUL SCENES OF RICE PADDIES IN UBUD VILLAGE INVOLVING THE SUBAK OR TRADITIONAL BALINESE COOPERATIVE IRRIGATION SYSTEM
    Tegalalang Rice Terrace which according to history, was passed down by a revered holy man named Rsi Markandeya in the eighth century. Tegalalang forms the three most splendid terraced landscapes in Ubud shared region, with the others being in the villages of Pejeng and Campuhan. Tegalalang Rice Terrace alone has an outlook that spreads down before you and away to the rice terraces on the slopes across the valley. The high roadside location is cool and breezy and it is a well known spot for tourists to stop and take photos.

    Painters and nature lovers also enjoy visiting this spot and there are numerous art kiosks and cafes near the ledge offering their ware. Tegalalang Rice Terrace offer a perfect Bali photo opportunity with its dramatic views. The vista sprawls down and away to the rice terraces on the slopes across the valley. A local elder, a farmer who owns the land invites visitors to sample his green coconut drink, as well as to purchase woven hats that he makes from coconut leaves as well as posing with visitors for a small fee.

    This ancient valley has a timeless quality whether there are tourists there or not. The small village of Pakudui, a craftsman dominion located in Tegalalang, is a journey of witnessing the splendor of local talent at its best. Here you will find an extraordinary variety of ornamental woodwork and various carvings. The villagers here are avid Balinese craftsmen and have taken up different forms of sculptures, either handed down through generations or as a result of an ever-growing creative process using the most natural of all media wood.

    But through your village tour in Pakudui you will notice the recurring presence of one particular mythical Balinese figure the Garuda. Amongst the carved mythical lions, horses, human figures, dogs, dragons, vases, frogs, kangaroos, cats, ornate totems, panels, doors, windows, tables and the many brilliant forms of creativity extending even to large-scale dinosaurs, the Garuda seems to be majestically ever present amongst the creations.

    Some souvenir sellers and the old farmer will seem occasionally pushy, but there are no fixed prices, so have those bargaining skills at hand or best still, remind yourself that you are just there for the picture. A modest fee for the posing farmer is at your own discretion, while the rice terraces serve as a highlight photo op in the Tegalalang Rice Terrace area, souvenir shopping options abound along the roadsides, and the trip to Pakudui village is worth its while.
    Pakudui is reachable after a right turn up from the famed rice paddy outlook. Find magnificent carvings and wooden art forms lined up along the small and winding village road.

    Duration: 30 minutes

  • Departure Point :
    Traveler pickup is offered
    Sanur,Kuta .Seminyak,Legian.Canggu,Petitenget.Kerobokan.Jimbaran,Kedonganan,Pecatu,Uluwatu,Nusa dua,Benoa,Ubud,If Your Hotel Is Not Registered Please Provide Your Clear AddressBali Swing and Ubud Tour Itinerary :08.00 - Pick up from your hotel09.30 - Bali Swing Activity12.00 - Lunch14.00 - Visit Ubud Monkey Forest15.00 - Visit Ubud Palace15.30 - Visit Ubud Art Market16.30 - Visit Tegalalang Rice Terrace17.30 - Back to your hotel
    Departure Time :
    8:00 AM
    Return Detail :
    -
    Hotel Pickup :
    • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
    • Not wheelchair accessible
    • Not recommended for travelers with back problems
    • Not recommended for pregnant travelers
    • No heart problems or other serious medical conditions
    • Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level
    • This experience requires good weather. If it’s canceled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund
    • This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate
  • You can present either a paper or an electronic voucher for this activity.
  • For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.

Language

English

Age Req.

-

Fitness Req.

None

Group Size

6

Organised by Sari Nusa Penida Tour

Activity ID: V-152991P8

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