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8 Tourist Attractions in Ubud that are Free

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8 Tourist Attractions in Ubud that are Free

Tourist Attractions in Ubud

8 Tourist Attractions in Ubud that are Free

Tourist Attractions in Ubud – Did you know that there are many tourist attractions in Ubud for free? Ubud is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Gianyar Regency located on Bali’s Island of the Gods. Due to its popularity, it can be difficult to find places to go on holiday in Ubud that are interesting but can be entered without paying.

However, you can still get your tourist hits without spending money by visiting certain places! In this article, we have summarised the beauty of Ubud, affordable transportation alternatives, and 8 tourist attractions in Ubud that are popular and can be visited without paying an entrance ticket. Happy reading!

Ubud, A Haven Of Culture And Nature

The Ubud area is famous among Bali’s loyal visitors for its charm. Ubud is a place where culture and nature blend harmoniously. Local and foreign travellers alike are spoilt for choice when it comes to activities.

Arts enthusiasts can see many performances of traditional Balinese music and dance. In Ubud, there are performances almost every day. In addition, many artists live in this area. You can see many museums, galleries and art exhibitions throughout Ubud. There is also the royal palace area of Ubud for those who are interested in history and culture.

Nature lovers can also find their own paradise in Ubud. Tourist attractions in Gianyar Ubud still maintain their natural beauty. You can do various outdoor activities such as seeing the beautiful hills and rice fields. How exciting is that?

  1. Bukit Cinta Campuhan

Campuhan Hill is popularly known among young people as Bukit Cinta. On this beautiful hill you can see a beautiful view of tropical hilly areas surrounded by trees and rice fields. Everywhere you look there is a beautiful expanse of green colour and fresh air.

Bukit Campuhan is visited by many couples for sightseeing or even pre-wedding photos. Indeed, this area is one of the most popular locations in Bali for photos of couples getting married. No wonder this place is nicknamed Bukit Cinta.

You can visit this hilly area for free, only need to pay for parking fees. The place is located on Jalan Bangkiang Sidem, near Warwick Ibah Luxury Villas and Spa Ubud. The best time to visit is half past 5pm when the sun is less intense and there are fewer visitors.

  1. Tegalalang Rice Terraces

You certainly know what a terraced rice field is. Terraced rice fields or also called swales are rice fields that are made in the form of terraces. Terraced rice fields are usually found in hilly areas.

In Ubud Gianyar, there is one famous terraced rice field, Tegalalang Terraced Rice Field. This uniquely shaped tourist spot in Ubud is already famous among tourists both domestic and foreign. The view of green rice fields with sloping steps becomes a beautiful background. Suitable for those of you who like to look for hits to display on Instagram.

Tegalalang Terraced Rice Fields is located on the side of the road, making it very strategic. You can take free pictures of this unique rice field from the roadside. In addition, you can also sit back and relax at one of the eateries scattered around the rice fields and wash your eyes with the view while enjoying a meal and a drink. However, if you enter the rice field area, you will be charged an entrance fee. The best time to visit is at 3pm when the weather is less hot.

  1. Alam Sari Agrotourism

Tourist Attractions in Ubud

With the recent rise of the green lifestyle movement, it’s no wonder that agrotourism tourism is gaining popularity. Agrotourism or agritourism is a holiday experience that combines tourism and agriculture. Travellers can visit farms, plantations or ranches and experience village life. In addition, travellers can enjoy eating and drinking products made on the farm or ranch.

Agrotourism is starting to mushroom in various agricultural areas in Indonesia, including in Bali. Alam Sari Agrotourism Area is one of the attractions in Ubud that carries the concept of coffee agrotourism. Here you can see coffee trees in coffee plantations as well as the process of harvesting and processing coffee beans. You will learn many things about this much-loved drink.

  1. Petulu Village Ubud

Petulu Village is a tourist spot in Gianyar Ubud that is still beautiful with green rice fields. But the main attraction of this tourist destination is the flock of white storks. These birds, called kokokan in Balinese, have large bodies and long legs and necks.

They are a symbol of happiness because in life they tend to be faithful to one partner just like humans. There are so many cranes living in the trees throughout Petulu Village, it’s as if they have blended in with the villagers.

  1. Puri Saren Ubud

Tourist Attractions in Ubud

Apart from natural attractions, there are also many cultural attractions in Ubud! One of them is Puri Saren Palace. Puri Saren is a remnant of the royal palace of Ubud built by Tjokorda Ida Putu Kandel who ruled in 1800-1823.

The palace building uses a Balinese architectural style full of carved ornaments. Inside the castle, there are many relics of Balinese royal history. The palace also has a beautiful and well-maintained garden area.

The best time to visit the palace is during a traditional Balinese dance performance. The performance is held at 7.30pm. You can watch Legong Dance on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday. There is also the Ramayana Ballet dance on Tuesdays, the Barong dance on Wednesdays and Fridays, and the Keris dance on Fridays.

  1. Ubud Art Market

Tourist Attractions in Ubud

Do you like collecting cute art knick-knacks? Or want to buy cheap, unique souvenirs for your family and friends back home? Come to Ubud Art Market.

This tourist spot in Ubud is famous among foreign tourists as the Ubud Art Market. It is located in the centre of Ubud and is open from 6am to 6pm. Here, you can find various art crafts. Most of them are the work of residents in local villages. For example, artists from Pengosekan, Peliatan, Payangan and Tegalalang villages.

The best time to visit the Ubud Art Market is in the morning. It’s not crowded yet, and the market has just opened, so many vendors offer cheaper prices. Plus, you can still bargain for prices.

  1. Pura Taman Saraswati Ubud

Tourist Attractions in Ubud

Another interesting place in the city centre is Taman Saraswati Temple. This tourist attraction in Ubud in the form of a temple is built with Balinese architecture. In this temple there is also a beautiful lotus pond. Many tourists visit this place to take pictures with the background of the temple or lotus pond.

Entering Taman Saraswati Temple itself is free of charge. However, it must be remembered that this temple is a place of worship for the Hindu community. You must respect the rules that apply, such as having to wear a sarong and shawl around your waist.

  1. Threads of Life Gallery

Threads of Life is a gallery committed to protecting Indonesia’s weaving heritage. Here you can see a variety of beautiful and rare traditional woven fabrics. The textiles on display are made by artisans from Bali and Eastern Indonesia. Of course, the price of the weavings here is expensive. However, there is no need to pay a fee to see this stunning collection of fabrics.

You can walk from Taman Saraswati Temple to Threads of Life. The two attractions are close to each other. So, there is nothing wrong with visiting this weaving gallery after taking pictures at the temple.

After reading about these eight tourist hits, are you interested in visiting them? While on holiday in Bali, don’t forget to visit these free tourist areas in Ubud!

Enjoy a limitless tourism experience in Bali. You can also enjoy the excitement by renting an ATV from Ubud Quad Biking. Vacations will certainly be more exciting and enjoyable.

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