Our Top 11 Things to do in Ubud

There are so many things to do in Ubud, with a slightly different vibe compared to the coastal areas in Bali you’ll find a few more laid back and relaxing things to do in Ubud. With some a range activities, you definitely won’t be bored!

Our Ubud Things to do Suggestions

Campuhan Ridge Walk | Free
Enjoy the beautiful walk through the rice fields, and see the beautiful surroundings of Ubud. We’d suggest doing this walk for sunrise or sunset when the day is slightly cooler.

Museum Puri Lukisan | 75k IDR/£4/$7 AUD per person
The museum is open between 9am and 6pm every day, and is located pretty central to Ubud. Enjoy the oldest art museum in Bali and explore all the wood carvings.

Saraswati Temple Ubud | Free
Enjoy the amazing lotus-filled pond, and the beautiful Balinese architecture. A great way to soak up the Balinese culture.

Puri Saren Palace | Free
Enjoy exploring the grounds of this beautiful palace.

Museum Rudana | 50k IDR/£2.75/$5 AUD per person
The museum is open daily from 9am to 5pm, and you can enjoy some the most amazing artwork that the museum has on the show.

Goa Gajah, Elephant Cave | 15k IDR/£1/$1.50 AUD per person
Explore the amazing elephant cave in Ubud.

Monkey Forest | 50k IDR/£2.75/$5 AUD per person
Explore the amazing monkey forest, feed the monkeys some banana and get to see some more beautiful Ubud Temple.

Ubud Market | Free
Make your way from the busy Ubud Market, there’s some much on offer I’m sure something will catch your eye!

Tegallalang Rice Terraces | Donation
Wander through the beautiful rice terraces, and take some amazing pictures. It’s a great place to head for sunrise and a pretty brilliant place to take some amazing drone shots.

Tegenungan Waterfall | 10k IDR/0.55p/$1 AUD per person
Walk down all those steps to the bottom where the waterfall is, enjoy a nice cold can of coke and an ice cream while watching the water pour down. Some even jump in depending if it’s been raining or not – when its been raining the water tends to be pretty dirty.

Kajeng Rice Fields Walk | Free
Another brilliant Ubud walk!

We hope you enjoy Ubud as much as we love it, if you’re looking to find out more about Bali then read the rest of our short and sweet guides here.