Ubud Holidays

With Ubud's undulating rice patties, beautiful temples like Pura Saraswati, talented classical dancers and musicians, prolific painters and craftspeople, it is so crammed with cultural attractions it can almost seem like a visual assault at times. As a center of the arts, Ubud has Kecak Fire and Dance and shadow puppet performances every night. For ... Read more
those visitors wanting to hang out and relax, there are also plenty of spas like Ubud Village Resort and Spa for revitalizing your energy. Ubud is also renowned in Bali for having some of the most creative eateries, some with names like the Dirty Duck Diner .
Map

Ubud Hotels

Things to see and do in Ubud

Photos

Ubud

Weather

The best time to visit Bali is in the summer, when temperatures stay in the low 80s (20). But summer visitors shouldn’t expect a secluded island vacation: this lovely time of year attracts honeymooners, surfers ... Read more
and families from around the world. If you’d rather trade fair weather for an island all to yourself, visit during Bali’s humid and rainy monsoon season, when you can upgrade to a nicer hotel for a lower price. Keep in mind that Bali is home to a large Hindu population, so religious holidays like Galungan and Nyepi (the Balinese Day of Silence) might impact vacation plans, though it will also give you a glimpse into the island’s rich culture.

Average temperature( / )

Average precipitation (mm)

Top Ubud restaurants

Ubud

Show Nearby Places

Loading...
-8.4973881115.2658424

Ubud reviews

  • 9.8
    Outdoor Enthusiasts
  • 9.7
    Backpackers
  • 7.7
    Spiritual Seekers
  • 7.7
    Art & Design Lovers
  • 7.4
    Family Travellers

Member Reviews(130)

Write a review
Meiningen

Best spot in Bali. Heaps of veggie restaurants, yoga places, spiritual shops, clothes, art, everything. Must do

Recommended for:VegetarianBackpackersAdventure TravellersSpiritual Seekers
Helpful
Report
Mollymook

Beautiful things abide through little doorways and on the side of the street. Never forget to stop and take them in.

Recommended for:Family TravellersVegetarianBackpackers
Helpful
Report
Santa Clara

Ubud has lots of nifty cafes and shops and is located up in the hills of Bali.

Recommended for:WellnessBackpackersAdventure TravellersArt & Design Lovers
Helpful2
Report
Singapore

Ubud is a town in the Bali highlands with beautiful rice terraces and where Balinese traditions are still preserved. A must visit if you want to experience the real Bali.

Recommended for:Outdoor EnthusiastsFamily TravellersSpiritual Seekers
Helpful
Report
San Francisco

Ubud is the artsy and spiritual center of Bali. Lots of yoga shops and sacred geometry stores. The shopping is a bit pricey but very good items. On the outside of town is the monkey forest. Hold on to your hat!

Recommended for:Outdoor EnthusiastsBackpackersSpiritual SeekersArt & Design Lovers
Helpful
Report
Singapore

Amazing place, the stuff of dreams! Lots of temples, lots of artists! Accommodation and food are reasonably priced - i love it here.

Recommended for:Budget TravellersBackpackersSpiritual SeekersArt & Design Lovers
Helpful
Report
Klang

What an interesting place, see the local people at home batik and handicrsft. We can see how the locals making batik.

Recommended for:Family TravellersArt & Design Lovers
Helpful
Report
Sydney

Ubud is probably out favorite place in Bali. It is the arts and crafts centre of Bali. The place to buy traditional artifacts, sculpture, furniture and clothing. Most of the islands hotels furniture will have been made in Ubud. In recent years it has become busier, noisier and more 'javanese' which is a shame.

Recommended for:Budget TravellersFamily TravellersArt & Design Lovers
Helpful
Report
Surakarta, Indonesia

Ubud, place where you can indulge your self. People seek for quite place for working, retreat or recreation; this is such a perfect location blended with the beauty of balinese culture.

Recommended for:WellnessBackpackers
Helpful
Report
Stockholm

This truly is a place to visit if you´re into cultural stuff. Besides the well known "Fire Dance" that's available to watch for most nights, there are many souvenier shops that sells everyting from wooden artwork to home made snacks. But you only have time for one thing, rent a bike for the day and go through the rice paddies or visit the Monkey Forest. If you choose the latter, just make sure you buy some bananas on your way in – I made the mistake of going in empty handed (except for my bag). I got so caught up by the monkies climbing on me that I didn't notice one monkey stealing my hotel key. Usually you can trade bananas for your lost item(s), so keep that in mind. And yes, I eventually got my key back.

Recommended for:Art & Design LoversBackpackersGreen TravellersOutdoor Enthusiasts
Helpful
Report