The Ubud Monkey Forest is a small nature reserve on the southern outskirts of Ubud. It is owned by the village of Padangtegal whereby community members serve on the forest’s governing council.
The Padangtegal Wenara Wana Foundation has historically strived to develop and implement management objectives that will both maintain the sacred integrity of monkey forest and promote it for visitors from around the world.
Tegallalang is a scenic village located 5 km north pf central Ubud. It is an area blessed with magnificent rice terraces, which are seemingly etched into the landscape and interspersed with towering coconut trees.
Local farmers employ a unique irrigation system that is shared to ensure that all crops receive an equal share of water. Tegallalang is a popular spot for travelers to stop and admire the splendour of this natural rice terrace setting.
The 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
The Ubud Royal Palace 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.