Relax and chill in the warm, geo-thermally heated pools with direct view to Lake and Mount Batur in northeastern side of the island. Get loose among the rice paddies at countryside Ubud and eventually round off your journey by visiting the Ubud Market and Royal Palace
1. Lake Batur Hot Spring
At the edge of the Lake Batur, numerous pools are built with direct view to panoramic caldera of Mount Batur where you can soak yourselves in the odorless and colorless hot spring. This is a perfect opportunity for you to relax your muscles and rejuvenate your body especially after days of intense activities before heading to the next attraction and returning to your hotel.
2. Luwak Coffee Plantation
Dubbed as the priciest coffee in the world, Luwak coffee (also called civet coffee) has drawn interests from coffee aficionados around the world. Here you’ll be shown the traditional process of coffee-making and interesting information about how the civet cats eat the coffee and poop the beans out undigested. You will have the chance to sample a tasteful cup of Luwak coffee (totally hygiene) as well as 5 cups of different coffee varieties and 5 cups of teas (total 11 cups) for free.
3. Tegalalang Rice Terrace
One of the most renowned rice fields in Asia which is famous for retaining the traditional Balinese irrigation system known as Subak. Take a walk on the slope across the valley and witness local farmers’ activities as they plant and reap the rice from terraced paddies. You’ll be able to take pictures on the high roadside and the famous “Love Bali” sign.
4. Puri Saren (Ubud Royal Palace)
The palace was built by Ida Tjokorda Putu Kandel, King of Ubud circa 1820 which initially functioned as government center. Today, Puri Saren serves as a repository for Balinese cultural legacy in art and literature to the benefit of local artists and historians alike.
9. Ubud Market
Right across Puri Saren (the Ubud Royal Palace), there is a traditional market laden with hand-made local products. At the west side of the market are full of tourists buying crafted souvenirs with relatively cheap price, while the east side comprises of groceries and household items. There are a lot of items that you can bring home, such as slippers, wooden statues, bags, clothes, mats, paintings and loads of other stuffs.
Please take a note that apart from the pickup time, the schedule below is an estimation only and may vary in the actual trip.