After breakfast, you will be picked up by your guide and go to Ubud to look around.
Ubud Monkey Forest
First, you will enjoy a visit to the sacred monkey forest of Ubud. This ecological reserve strives
to maintain the viability of the Balinese long-tailed macaque. It is also a nature reserve and
Hindu temple complex in Ubud, Bali, Indonesia.
The palace and its temple, PuriSaren Agung, share a space in the heart of Ubud. The compound was mostly built after the 1917 earthquake and the local royal family still lives here. You can wander around most of the large compound and explore the many traditional, though not excessively ornate, buildings.
Take time to appreciate the stone carvings, many by noted local artists such as I GustiNyomanLempad. Just to the north, Pura Marajan Agung is the private temple for the royal family. The compound across from the palace has a magnificent banyan tree, and is also used as a residence for the family.
Set amidst emerald green rice paddies and steep ravines in the stunning central Balinese foothills, Ubud was originally an important source of medicinal herbs and plants. Ubud, in fact, is derived from the Balinese word for medicine – ubad.
Visit Ubud art market located in the center of the town just opposite the Palace, stroll in the market and through the streets – the only way to really appreciate the special atmosphere one will find here.
After that, you will return to your hotel to rest before leaving for Devdan Show in the evening.
Devdan Show (SIC – Sharing Basis)
Showtime: 19.30 – 21.00
The Devdan show in Bali is an alluring and daring show that takes the audience on a magical journey across Bali and the Indonesian Archipelago.
Bali’s Devdan show features a fusion of traditional Indonesian dancing with modern contemporary dance, world-class aerial acrobatics attractions, dazzling costumes, and hi-tech special effects. The show is one of the most amazing Bali attractions and is the perfect choice to fulfill your entertainment activities during your stay in Bali.
The show was created in Bali with the aspiration to introduce and entertain guests with the artistic and natural attractions that are alive today in Bali and Indonesia. Premiers with four show times per week at Bali s newest and most advanced theatrical complex located in the heart of Nusa Dua Bali, Bali’s number one tourist and entertainment area.
Acrobats and artists from around Indonesia and the world have been in rehearsal activities for months in order to provide guests with one of the most memorable attractions during their visit to Bali.