Ubud is in many ways Bali’s cultural heart. It’s in the cool mountains, just an hour’s drive north of the airport. This traditional country town is home to one of Bali’s royal families. You can even visit the majestic palace in the centre of town. Ubud is also well known as a flourishing crafts centre and also nature places to explore by walking.
Ubud Eco Walking: Begin hike will be exploring the Campuhan Ridge. Campuhan is a sacred area and means ‘where two rivers meet’. The two rivers are Sungai Wos and Sungai Agung. This river valley has created a fabulous area to walk around and do some exploring on the narrow paths. After an hour hiking in Campuhan Ridge Ubud eco walking trip will be continued to explore the scenic Tegalalang Rice field. It is located 20 minutes driving from Campuhan Ridge. Then the driver will drive you through the beautiful countryside of Ubud. Tegalalang Rice Field is the most visited rice field in Bali. It is designed very beautifully with exquisite hollowing rice field and precisely located on the hill bank of Ceking Village. See the local farmer planting their rice in slanting area complete with its traditional irrigation system called Subak that acknowledge as World Heritage by UNESCO. Enjoy the beauty and greenery of rice and its valley with tropical coconut trees on it.
Bali Pulina located just 5 minutes driving from Tegalalang Rice Field will be the next stop of the trip. Bali Pulina, concealed organic plantation where we can learn how famous Balinese Coffee is made. It is the best place for trying the different kind of coffee, tea, pure cocoa and organic tropical spices with very attractive rice field and valley setting. Bali Pulina also has the most unique and rarest coffee in world called Luwak Coffee.
It is rare type of coffee is partially fermented by passing through the digestive process system of a civet cat. The cats eat only the best quality berries and the stones are collected after it passes through their digestive system. Expert says that drinking Kopi Luwak is good for fertility.
The hike will be completed by hiking in Gunung Kawi, the 11th-century temple complex lies among rice paddies and thick jungle in Tampak siring north east of Ubud. To get there you need to conquer some 270 steps, but it’s a special place well worth the effort. The huge shrines are carved into the cliffs at both sides of Pakerisan River connected by a stone bridge. It is also awarded as a World Heritages by UNESCO 2012 located along Pekerisan River.
The walking activity here in ubud is exploring some best sites in Ubud such as Campuhan Ridge, Ubud rice terrace, and stop at Majestic historical ancient temple.
You will be greet by the tour guide at Hotel lobby
!st stopping is Campuhan Ridge walk where it is become famous for the beautiful ridge with its grass and rivers in right & left side. The walking along ridge take 1km and take about 20 minutes, after passed the ridge the proceed to see local people house, rice fields, and another tropical plantations.
Tegallalang Rice Terraces in Ubud is famous for its beautiful scenes of rice paddies involving the subak (traditional Balinese cooperative irrigation system), which according to history, was passed down by a revered holy man named Rsi Markandeya in the eighth century. Here you can experience how locals farmer works and how the rice farms grow and also the subak system applied in Bali.
Here you will be experience to see first hand how Balinese create their best coffee from the coffee bean and also from the other herbs grows organically there and also making the world famous unique Luwak coffee
Gunung Kawi is an 11th-century temple and funerary complex in Tampaksiring:180 north east of Ubud in Bali, Indonesia. That is spread across either side of the Pakerisan river. It comprises 10 rock-cut candi (shrines) that are carved into some 7-metre-high (23 ft) sheltered niches of the sheer cliff face. These funeral monuments are thought to be dedicated to King Anak Wungsu of the Udayana dynasty and his favourite queens. On the east side there are five temples that are dedicated, according to one theory, to King Udayana, his queen Mahendradatta, and their sons Airlanga, Anak Wungsu, and Marakata. The temples on the west side are dedicated, according to the same theory, to the king’s minor queens or concubines.
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