10 Things To Do In Ubud Bali Indonesia

Ubud is one of the best places to visit in Bali Indonesia for the right reasons. Locals or travellers who had been to Ubud, couldn’t resist themselves saying that Ubud is the cultural capital of Bali. And why not? The area has some best yoga retreat options, shopping hopping options, abundant natural beauty which could be experienced on a visit to Tell along Rice Terraces.

You’ve learned about the best beaches in Bali and the best romantic places to visit in Bali in my previous blog posts.

Now I will tell you about the cultural capital of Bali – Ubud, covering the top 10 things to do in Ubud Bali Indonesia for your next vacation getaway.

This popular art village is located in the centre of Bali. However, Ubud lack beaches, but still it is worth visiting to see the best of Bali in action-packed Bali tour package.

10 Best things to do in Ubud Bali

things to do in ubud bali

Ubud is the electrifying escape from the madness of monotonous life where you can do the offbeat experience and visit the picturesque villages of Payangan, Kedewatan, Campuhan, Peliatan, Batuan, and Tegallalang to see the temples, rice terraces.

Ubud Things to do in Bali

If you are planning to visit Bali and cover the best places to visit in Bali, spending your few days in Ubud will be memory packed for you! Get ready to learn about the things to do in Ubud Bali Indonesia in my this blog.


  1. Admire The Beautiful Tegalalang Rice Terraces

Tegalalang Rice Terraces


You may have seen the rice terraces of Bali in your Instagram feeds multiple times. Well, that rice terrace is Tegalalang Rice Terrace. Tegalalang Rice Terrace is located on the North of Ubud and is a great place to wander around in the lush green paddy fields. The rice terrace is a 20-minute distance from Ubud main town, and it has become the centre of attraction for the travellers who visit Bali. The rice terraces are well maintained and perfect for the Instagramable pictures. Avoid the heat and sun and visit this place in dawn and dusk hours to get excellent picturesque photos.

  1. Watch Monkeys in Action At Monkey Forest

Monkeys in Action at Monkey Forest

Watch the little guys in action and head to the Ubud Monkey Forest and fancy selfies with the monkeys!  One of the best places to visit in Bali Indonesia for couples and adventure freaks, Monkey Forest in Ubud demands a visit. Here you will come across with various monkeys that are sure to steal your eating items or snacks. So, it is advised to come with bare hands to expect a mobile or camera with uttermost care. As the monkeys here are naughty and they will snatch your food if they see it in your hands.

  1. Shopping Hopping Adventure

Shoping Hoping Adventure Ubud Bali

If you are travelling to Ubud Bali on your honeymoon, then you might understand that hoping shopping adventure is the only option to enter into your romantic partner’s heart in style. Would you agree with this?

The market of Ubud are featured in the movie – Eat, Pray, Love starring Julia Roberts. The Ubud market sells fresh vegetables and fruits in the morning time and arts and craft items in the afternoon time.

You can buy some souvenirs for your new home. And nothing goes better than indulging yourself in the shopping with your spouse on your honeymoon. So, for that sake, visit the Ubud Market.

  1. Take Campuhan Ridge Walk

Campuhan Ridge Walk

If you want to test your persistence on an easy hike with spectacular views, then Campuhan Ridge Walk is the best thing to do in Ubud Bali Indonesia. Tucked away in the outskirts of Ubud, Campuhan Ridge Walk is the best place to take a stroll with your special someone.

And you must enjoy the lush green views of rice terraces. The Campuhan Ridge Walk is 2 km long and is totally free to spend some peaceful time alone or with your special someone. The best time to visit Campuhan Ridge Walk is early morning between 6 am – 7 am for the Instagrammable shots.

Advice: There are no washrooms on the Campuhan Ridge Walk so it is advised to plan your visit to the washroom before and after your hiking.

  1. Trek Mount Batur

Adventure lovers, would you mind captivating the surreal sky turning from inky blue to pink and orange? Well, if you seriously want to stare at those views, you have to wake between 1 am – 2 am and hike the majestic Mt. Batur. With a recent eruption in 2000, Mt. Batur is the most active volcanoes in Bali.


This active volcano is situated in the Kintamani district of Bali. And shares a considerable amount of distance from the beach towns of Kuta and culturally rich Ubud. Travel experts state that Mt. Batur hiking is one of the things to do in Ubud Bali Indonesia.

Though the trek is not that much easy, the views, you’ll get from climbing the Mt. Batur is surreal to photobomb and fancies yourself on your Instagram feed. Enjoy a lip-smacking breakfast when you reach the top of the trek! I bet you’ll scream with excitement that you’ve seen one of the best things to do in Bali Indonesia.


  1. Pamper Yourself With Yoga


Yoga and Bali go hands in hands. This you’ll realize when you’ll test embark on your walking shoes in the yoga capital of Bali – Ubud. Yoga therapies are pure bliss here. Recharge your mind and soul with the yoga classes offered by various studios and indulge in great yoga and gentle yoga asanas.

Getting the yoga therapy is the best thing to do in Ubud Bali Indonesia for all the right reasons.  From Tibetan meditation to aerial yoga to Balinese yoga staple to much more. And the yoga retreat offered by Ubud is pure bliss for perfect rejuvenation.

  1. Indulge Yourself In Cooking Classes


This is a girlish thing but if you’re visiting Ubud Bali on your honeymoon, indulging yourself in the cooking classes is one of the things to do in Ubud Bali Indonesia. Learn how to make flavoursome local food and feed your sweetheart.

After all, nothing ignites a romance in a woman’s mind than seeing he hubby is taking interest with her in cooking. So, don’t miss out this opportunity.

  1. Sample The Beauty of Tegenungan Waterfalls

Waterfalls in Bali are many, and some of them are tucked away in the Ubud. Tegenungan Waterfall in Ubud is situated in the Kemenuh Village which is approximately 20 km from the main Ubud town.

To reach it is only a short walk down, where you will enjoy the beautiful green valley surrounding the waterfall. You may visit a few options of Instagrammable spots around the waterfall.

What sets Tegenungan Waterfall apart from the rest of the waterfalls in Bali is the fact that this waterfall has toilets and eateries options available. A small amount of fees is charged on your visit to Tegenungan Waterfall, and you can swim and relax here.

There are lifeguards also to make a watch on the tourists. So, if you don’t know what swimming is, you can test your swimming skills here without the fear of drowning.


  1. Rejuvenating Massage

Blishfull Spa Treatment

If you are planning to visit Ubud Bali and not pondering your thoughts to take a rejuvenating Balinese massage.  Do you seriously want to travel to Bali? Because most of the couples who flock to this Indonesian island Bali have never come back without taking a Balinese massage in the Ubud.

Considered the best thing to do in Ubud Indonesia, Balinese couple massage is best experienced in the Ubud resorts, and there are plenty of resorts that sets your pampering mood after a tired day of water all hoping adventure.

  1. Sample The Local Snacks At Gianyar Night Market


Sampling the local food is the best part of any travel destination, just like the same goes for the Ubud. The Gianyar Night Market in Ubud is the place to be a sample of flavoursome local food. If you want to spend some good time in the outskirts of Ubud.

This market is tucked away in a little way outside of Ubud and is famous for local snacks like fried bananas, and dainty little cakes. You can find clothes and toys also for your coming newborn from this market.

So, are you obsessed with our 10 things to do in Ubud Bali Indonesia? To know more about Bali’s best places to visit on honeymoon.

Author: Akshay Negi

I'm just little obsessed with content writing and writing blogs on destinations that I've no immediate plans to visit.

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