Give the travel junkie in you the perfect getaway by booking Ubud Monkey Forest tours and exploring the famous attractions that this historically rich place has to offer. Get mesmerised by the beautiful landscapes around you while you journey across architectural charms and immerse in Indonesian culture.
Touring across Ubud will take you to adventurous places such as the Ubud Monkey Forest where you get to interact with the famous long tailed Balinese monkeys that guard the three sacred temples in this sanctuary. Take in the architecture of the thousand years old Batuan temple and the royal Ubud palace. Connect with nature at the Tegalalang rice field and take a dip in the cool waters of Tegenungan Waterfall. Do not forget to witness the traditional Barong and Kris dance which symbolises the oppositions between good and evil. The perfect way to end your tour is by shopping from the Ubud Market and trying out mouth-watering Indonesian cuisine. The Ubud Monkey Forest tours give you a chance to explore the town of Ubud in all its glory, without missing out on some of the best places.
Explore the ancient town through Ubud Monkey Forest Tours and immerse yourself in the centuries old destinations while being surrounded by the beauty of mother nature. Experience the age old Balinese culture and traditions at the various attractions that this place has to offer. This includes the famous Monkey Forest, the beautiful Ubud Palace, the thousand years old Batuan temple, Tegalalang rice fields, coffee plantations and many more
Give a treat to the shopaholic in you by shopping from the local Ubud Market and purchase unique souvenirs to take back to your family and friends. Spot numerous monkeys at the Ubud Monkey Forest, followed by a lavish Indonesian lunch with a stunning view of Mt. Batur and the active volcano from Kintamani. Visit the sacred temples of Bali to end your day at a calm and positive note
The Tegalalang Rice Terrace Tour is a perfect retreat for nature lovers. With this day tour, you can witness the mesmerising views of the green rice fields and catch a glimpse of the farmers working hard to cultivate crops. The numerous monkeys in the background add to the excitement that this place offers. Later, visit the Bali Swing and take in the view from a height of almost 33 feet to 256 feet. Finish the tour by heading to the Goa Gajah temple, an architectural marvel built in the 9th century.
Have an adventure filled day as you head out to explore the culturally rich town of Ubud. Witness the Barong dance in Batubulan village and visit the holy shrines of Batuan temple. Follow this with the sightseeing of Tegenungan waterfall, Tegalalang rice field and the Ubud Monkey Forest. Soak in the architectural charm of this town when you visit the Ubud Palace and give a treat to your taste buds by trying out famous Balinese cuisines. End the day by shopping for some antiquities at the Ubud market.
The Ubud Monkey Forest gives you a chance to interact with the famous Balinese long tailed monkeys. These monkeys are believed to be protecting the sacred temples in the forest which date back to the 14th century. You can also spot various species of trees here and get instagramable pictures clicked with the monkeys in the background add to the excitement
The Tegenungan Waterfall tour is the perfect way to unwind from the everyday hustle-bustle of life. Explore nature and its scenic beauty while you Wait Witness the antics of hundreds of Balinese monkeys. Get awestruck by the beauty of the Butterfly Park, Monkey Forest, Petulu Village and dive into the glistening waters of the Tegenungan Waterfall. Do not forget to spot the elegant long neck white Herons flying above the Petulu Village fields.
Get mesmerised by the beauty of Ubud Art Village in Kedewatan and experience the artistic side of Indonesian culture. Have an adventurous escape to the Monkey Forest and visit the famous Royal Palace. Finish your tour by heading to the rice terrace and the Puseh Batuan Temple to capture your memories of the Ubud Monkey Forest Tours in photographs and preserve them forever.
Learn about the interesting stories about the outer terrains of Bali while you explore the town of Ubud and Uluwatu. Choose from the Ubud Monkey Forest Tours and visit centuries old temples and take a trip to the Monkey Forest, Istana Ubud, GWK Park and Luhur Uluwatu Temple. Catch the traditional Balinese Hindu dance, the Kecak performance and learn about the cultural heritage and lifestyle of the Indonesian people.
This is a full day tour that will cover a lot of attractions in Bali and its surrounding areas. These include the Batuan Temple - Bali’s oldest temple built in 1020 AD and the Ubud Monkey Forest – a sanctuary filled with Balinese long tailed macaques and home to three sacred temples. Witness the dance performance at Ubud Palace and visit the Tegalalang rice terrace.
Is monkey forest safe for children?
Yes, Monkey Forest is completely safe for children. However, it is necessary that the parents constantly supervise the children and make sure they do not disturb the monkeys or feed them outside food.
What are the opening and closing hours of Monkey forest Bali?
The operational hours of the Monkey Forest Ubud are 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM from Monday to Sunday
Can you take a picnic to Monkey Forest?
It is not advisable to take a picnic to the Ubud Monkey Forest as the monkeys get tempted and might try to grab the food from you. This is why it is not allowed to carry outside food into the sanctuary. The authorities also strictly prohibit the visitors from carrying plastic into the forest
Do you need to book in advance to visit Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary?
You can choose to skip the queue and book the tickets of the Sacred Monkey Sanctuary online or buy them at the entrance of the forest
What do you wear to a monkey sanctuary?
There is no dress code in the Ubud Monkey Sanctuary. However since the forest is home to some of the sacred temples, it is expected that the visitors are respectful to the local attire and wear proper Balinese praying dress if they are entering the temples for praying. It is advisable to wear comfortable shoes as the forest has to be covered on foot. Valuables such as earrings, jewellery or cameras should be avoided as they might distract the monkeys
How long do you need at Monkey Forest Ubud?
The walk from the beginning of the sanctuary to the end is an hour long which can be completed any time from 08:30 AM to 06:00 PM. You can explore all the attractions in Ubud Monkey Forest in about 1-2 hours.
What is the best Ubud Monkey Forest Tour package for me?
You can choose the best of Ubud Monkey Forest Tours from a variety of packages. If you are looking for a day tour you can choose to book from the Unforgettable Ubud Sightseeing Tour in Bali, Tegalalang Rice Terrace Tour, Ubud Day Tour or Day Trip to Uluwatu. For a full day trip you can opt for the Ubud Day Trip from Seminyak
What kind of monkeys are in the Ubud Monkey Forest?
The Ubud Monkey Forest is home to more than 600 long tailed Balinese monkeys, also popularly known as the macaques
Where can you explore the Sacred Monkey Forest?
You can explore the Ubud Monkey Forest at Jalan Wenara Wana, Ubud, Bali 80571