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Welcome to Ubud!

Day 2 & 3

Day: 2
Early, in the morning before heading to Ubud we will be combing the 5 kilometer Kuta Beach for some unique shops and attractions.

From Kuta Beach we will take a short visit to the city of Denpasar by bus.

It is here where we will see the Jagatnatha Temple, which is located in the city’s center. This Temple is a public temple to worship Ida Sang Hyang Widhi Wasa / God. Especially each full moon, The Hindu people in Denpasar come to this place in particular at the evening time.


From Denpasar we will be taking a 1 hour bus ride to Ubud. Ubud is a remarkable town in the middle of the island of Bali. For more than a century, it has been the island's preeminent centre for fine arts, dance and music. We will be staying in the Ubud Hanging Gardens Hotel and Resort; this is a haven of peace set among the smoky volcanoes and emerald rice terraces at the heart of Bali. We will be staying in the Panoramic Pool Villa Suite; we will have our own private heated infinity pool, king size beds, and a hand finished polished stone terrazzo bath! This will definitely give us the element of Luxury while staying in Ubud.


After relaxing for a couple hours in our hotel villa, we will be heading to the Angsoka Bar, for a late dinner.

Day: 3
Early in the morning we will take a trip to the Kedewatan Village to visit the Neka Art Museum. This museum is unique because its collection of foreign artworks by Balinese, other Indonesian, and foreign artists all were inspired by the natural beauty, life, and culture of Bali. The high quality of the Neka Art Museum's collection serves as a source of inspiration, information, research, and education for many people in Indonesia and from abroad.


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