Ubud is a cultural center in Bali. In the main city of Ubud, there are many art studios and souvenir shops. In addition, there are also interesting museums, dance performances, various festivals, and cultural events.
Visitors will be treated to various courses, including batik and Balinese paintings. The natural scenery and environment of Ubud are no less interesting. Mountains and tropical rain forests are an amazing sight in this place. Right in the center of Ubud, there is a small old palace, the former residence of the King of Ubud. A small part of this complex is still inhabited by the descendants of kings. However, most complex areas are accessible to the public.
Best of Ubud: Waterfall, Rice Terraces & Monkey Forest
Discover the center of tradition and art in Bali on a private tour of Ubud. Experience its spiritual heritage with a visit to Batuan Temple. Go to Ubud Monkey Forest, enjoy lunch overlooking lush green landscape near Tegalalang Rice Terraces and more.
2. Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park
Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park or GWK Cultural Park is one of the attractions that must be visited. This is the largest statue in the world and a welcome statue on the island of Bali, which can be seen from I Gusti Ngurah Rai Airport, Kuta Beach, Nusa Dua, Tanjung Benoa, and the surrounding area. This statue was made by a Balinese native named I Nyoman Nuarta, a lecturer at the University in Bandung, West Java. Until now, the GWK Cultural Park will still be developed into a cultural park like the Art Center in Denpasar and will be used as an icon of Bali.
GWK Cultural Park is located in the south of Denpasar City, precisely in Unggasan, Jimbaran, Bali. To get there, the journey takes about 15 minutes from I Gusti Ngurah Rai Airport.
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