Pejeng is a village in Bali, Indonesia, in the Petanu River valley. It is a bit east of Ubud in Gianyar Regency. It is home to the Moon of Pejeng, the largest single-cast bronze kettle drum in the world. Pejeng is a rural area with extensive, and ancient, irrigated rice cultivation.
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4 based on 26 reviews
In this unusual place of worship, mischievous simians throng among sacred temples and lush greenery.
The forest and its key inhabitants are well maintained and well fed. The monkeys are playful and can be seen wandering around the local area as well, as they have become used to us humans. Being a major tourist attraction there is a bit of crowding and lots of people taking selfies. I was more inclined to sit and reflect and watch the various interactions between haman and primate and consider who was entertaining who??
4.5 based on 135 reviews
And unjustifiably so....
The home of 1000 masks and 4000 puppets of different origins that are perfectly kept is astounding and well worth a visit. The Gardens surrounding the Houses are a treat to the eyes.
I urge you to make the detour for a visit when in Bali.
5 based on 53 reviews
Profesional Bali Cycling Guide, Come with us and see the real Bali on our eco educational cycling tour and bring you to the rural center of Bali with mountain bike, ride your cycle or bike through the paddys filed, meet people and culture of each village life including rice and vegetable farming, See the beautifully view of lake batur and the fascinating sunrise from the top mountain while enjoying the view, our trekking guide will show you how to cook egg in the steaming fissures. Rice paddy trekking along the nice sawah view quiet back road of the village.
This was my favorite Bali experience! It was my 5th time to visit Ubud, and I'd never thought to do a biking tour! I sure am glad that I took the chance, and got away from the hustle and bustle of city life, and slowed down for a morning of slow riding along the roads and Neighborhoods surrounding Ubud. To feel the fresh morning air, to smell the fires and breakfasts cooking, to hear children's' laughter, and see authentic Balinese residents beginning their day, was to experience the REAL Bali!
Small groups (mine was 4 riders plus our great guide) was the reason I chose Bali 2000 over others. When I heard about the experience of others on another tour, I knew mine was better! It is locally owned, the bikes well maintained, and I was picked up right on time at my hotel and driven a few minutes to the company's owner's home where the equipment and crew were waiting.
On my tour, there was myself (62), and a father (40) and his two kids (10 and 17). We had a great time stopping at a local school to go inside, a temple, rice fields, and even a local swimming hole for a cool off dip! Any time we wanted to take a photo or ask questions or explore a site, our guide enthusiastically encouraged us. He was aware of fatigue, so kept a good pace and had plenty of water. (I also brought a protein bar)
On the way back, I felt my age... and a little worn out. I didn't want to slow down the group. When I mentioned it to our guide, he asked, "Do you want to ride in the car?"
Sure enough, there had been a car trailing us the whole three hours, driving on the road when we rode on narrow paths around rice fields, and keeping a good distance at other times, so that we had not even noticed it! With humble gratitude, I let them quickly take the wheel off my bike and store it in the back of the air conditioned SUV. I rode back, having a great conversation with the driver, yet still stopping and getting out to join my fellow cyclists when they stopped for a photo or other item of interest.
Listening to other tourists talk about their biking your experiences, I know I joined the BEST CYCLING TOUR in Ubud! Bali 2000 may be small and not as well advertised, but this is the real deal! Professional locals showing you the place they love... the place they call home. DO IT!
Bring: hat with visor, sunglasses, sunscreen, camera, snack.
5 based on 122 reviews
Just 20 minutes from Ubud, our 4.9 Acre compound features a luxury jewelry workshop, where each piece is crafted by hand using ancient jewelry making techniques passed down from the descendants of the goldsmiths from the royal courts of Bali. Enjoy a delicious farm-to-table lunch and visit the stunning Kapal Bambu, our showroom where you can shop the ultimate in artisan-crafted luxury and the pinnacle of Balinese craftsmanship.
Absolutely stunning buildings greet you as you wander through massive bamboo pathways from room to room. Beautiful arrangements of flowers as well as stunning jewellery. Very knowledgeable staff who go out of their way to attend to you. Of course the jewellery is stunning as well! Love the ethos of all the staff dining together. Just so worth a visit.
4 based on 11 reviews
Tegalalang Rice Terrace is one of the famous tourist objects in Bali situated in Tegalalang Village north of Ubud Bali featured by the amazing rice Terrace set the cliff. Tegalalang Village is located on 600 m above sea levels covered by good temperature where most of the villagers as a farmer.
This place is just so beautiful and green, me and my friends could literally spend hours walking around. And it is so peaceful! I would definitely recommend this place for a nice day trip.
4 based on 345 reviews
What a magnificent place. We went yesterday and my partner proposed to me having lunch over the private eating overlooking the rice field.
The food was amazing, the setting was beautiful and was one of the most beautiful places to visit.
The pork ribs we had Australian and local and they were Devine.
A must do in Ubud.
5 based on 56 reviews
Bali Paradise Cycling Tours are a tour operator based in Ubud, Bali specializing in downhill cycling and rice field trekking tours but also provide many other activities. BPCT aim to give our guests with a fun, safe and authentic experience that is suitable for all ages and abilities. Mus, the tour guide and owner of BPCT, has 10 years experience in the tourism industry. His love of outdoor adventures and passion for Balinese culture are what inspired him to start his own company in 2016. Mus comes from Bresela, a traditional village just outside Ubud, where he frequently welcomes guests and shows them around his family compound as part of the tour. Tour itineraries can be customized to suit the specific interests of guests and Mus is happy to answer questions and provide an insight into his culture and life in Bali. We are also available for day tours, airport transfers and transport.
This was more than just a cycling tour, but a wonderful experience with local guide Mus who not only takes you on out of the way farm/jungle/rice field cycling treks, but also welcomes you into his family home and gives fantastic insight into local culture. The tour ends with a delicious Balinese home cooked meal. I would highly recommend this tour for the real Bali experience with a genuinely lovely local guide. I’m not an experienced cyclist however I found this easy as it was mostly downhill.
4 based on 218 reviews
This theme park has various butterfly in their collection. This park is best for educate kids with basic biology lesson. Although I'm not a lepidopterist, their "big" butterfly collection is Instagramable and I can learn new things here. Pro tips: buy ticket from online provider (ie fave or Traveloka). E-ticket is cheaper than go-show ticket.
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