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The Most Interesting Historical Places in Ubud

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Historical Places in Ubud

Religious Site
4.2
Visit Saraswati Temple, a religious site dedicated to the Hindu goddess of learning, literature, and art. Built around a central pool filled
Tours from $9
Religious Site
Tanah Lot Temple , Beraban
4.2
Built onto a giant offshore rock, Tanah Lot Temple remains one of the more venerated Hindu structures with strong ties to Balinese mythology.
Tours from $12
Religious Site
Tirta Empul Temple , Tampaksiring
4.5
Visit Tirta Empul Temple, an interesting Hindu place of worship built around a natural spring. Located directly by a water source and with a
Tours from $5
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Duration: 10 hours
Enjoy this 10-hour private tour to experience the best of Ubud village with lunch. Visit the most sacred monkey forest in the heart of Ubud. Have a jungle swing inside the coffee plantation. Stop at Tegalalang rice terraces and have a spiritual feeling inside the holy spring temple. Pamper your eyes to see Tegenungan waterfall where you can relax and swim. There is a maximum group size of 15.
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Religious Site
Uluwatu Temple , Pecatu
4.2
Discover Bali's spiritual side by visiting Uluwatu Temple, offering some of the finest ocean views on the island. One of six holiest shrines
Tours from $12
Religious Site
Besakih Temple , Karangasem
2.8
Admire the largest and most sacred of Bali's Hindu temples at Besakih Temple, an important place of worship and an example of Balinese archit
Tours from $10

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Where to stay in Ubud

Sayan Valley offers luxury accommodations atmospherically designed to fit the look and feel of the natural surroundings, with infinity pools, wooden lodges, and yoga-ready verandas aplenty. Less expensive alternatives are also available, albeit with fewer amenities and a little less isolation. If you wish to stay in Ubud itself, look for charming and inexpensive rooms rented by local families (with many including breakfast in the cost), or consider the pricier single-occupancy apartments.
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