Ubud Art Villages Tour

On this tour you visit some well-known art villages of Bali. This tour brings you to visit villages such as Celuk Village that is famous for its gold and silver jewelry making, then continue the journey to visit a big waterfall called Tegenungan Waterfall where the water looks white falling from the top of a black rock cliff into a calm pond. Afterward we continue the trip to visit Ubud Palace known as Puri Saren Ubud, here you will also have time to visit Ubud traditional market which Is located just opposite the palace, across the street.

Places of interest to visit :

Silver jewelry making at Celuk Village

Celuk Village ‣ One of several craft villages in Gianyar regency is Celuk Village which is known as the “silver village” because of its silver jewelry production. Craftsmen here make silver and gold jewelry and crafts at their homes and workshops for centuries. A visit to Celuk Village gave tourists the opportunity to see the artisans in action and buy their handicrafts directly on the spot.

Tegenungan Waterfall

Tegenungan Waterfall ‣ Not so far from Ubud there is a big waterfall called Tegenungan Waterfall where the water looks white falling from the top of a black rock cliff into a calm pond. It’s about 20 meters high. The view of this waterfall is truly impressive. In addition, visitors can also find smaller hidden waterfalls, simple food stalls and a charming cave with holy springs.

Entrance gate at Ubud Palace

Ubud Palace ‣ The home of the Ubud royal family since the end of the 19th century, Ubud Palace, also known as Puri Saren or Puri Saren Agung, is located in the heart of the center of Ubud near the traditional art market. Visitors can explore the pavilion and gardens in the castle area. There is also a traditional Balinese dance performance in the castle courtyard every night, a must for every visitor to Bali.

Ubud traditional and art market

Ubud Market ‣ This market is located in the center of Ubud area, precisely on Jalan Raya Ubud. Its location is very strategic, right in front of Ubud Royal Palace or Puri Saren Ubud. If you have seen the movie Eat Pray Love starring Julia Roberts in 2010, one of the scenes is in the area of this market.