Do you want to visit the best attractions in Ubud Bali in a half day trip? such as visiting Tegenungan waterfall, Batuan Temple, Ubud Monkey Forest and Ubud Palace.
We have a half day tour package with a private driver and itinerary to experience the best Ubud attractions. This is the best things to do in Ubud in a half-day for those of you who do not have time to explore Ubud in one day
The half day Ubud tour package is a day trip for those who want to experience the key places in Ubud Bali in just a short day (5 to 6 hours).
The Ubud half day tour itinerary deliberately selected based on our research and reviews from our customers, then we summarize it into a short day tour offer with an interesting itinerary but it remains adjustable and flexible.
|Tour Package||Half Day Ubud Tour|
|Tour Duration||5 - 6 hours (Half Day Tours)|
|Tour Price||IDR 400,000 /vehicle|
|Vehicle Capacity||6 persons|
|Pick Up Time||8.00 - 8.30 AM|
|Pick Up Location Covered||Seminyak, Canggu, Legian,
Sanur, Denpasar, Ubud,
Nusa Dua, Jimbaran, Kuta,
Benoa Harbor, Airport.
Please contact us for pick-up in other places in Bali.
|Price NOT Included||
|The tour is private (NOT a sharing tour)|
|The price listed is per vehicle (NOT per person)|
|The booking requires to be made at least 1 day earlier|
The Itinerary of Ubud Tour Package - Half Day Trip to Visit Ubud Sights - Best Things to Do in Ubud Bali in a Half-day
Below is the Ubud tour schedule from Bali Tourify for a half-day around 5 hours to 6 hours to visit the best sightseeing attractions in Ubud, Bali, Indonesia.
1. Batuan Temple
The first destination to visit on half day Bali Ubud itinerary is the Batuan Temple which is located in Batuan Village, Sukawati subdistrict, Gianyar Regency, Bali, close to the main road of Denpasar - Ubud.
Batuan Temple (in Balinese: Pura Puseh Desa Batuan) is a beautiful village temple situated in the South direction of Ubud Village, approximately 15 minutes from Ubud downtown.
The temple was built in around Saka Year 944 (1022 AD) during the reign of King Paduka Aji Sri Dharmawangsa Wardhana of the Warmadewa Dynasty in Bali island.
2. Tegenungan Waterfall
The second spot to visit on Ubud half day tour program is the Tegenungan waterfall that is found in Southeast direction from Ubud town, precisely located in Kemenuh village, Gianyar, Bali.
Tegenungan Waterfall is one of the numerous waterfalls on Bali island which is not set in highlands or mountainous territory.
The waterfall features ranging heights that are able to be climbed after the descent down stairways to access it. This attraction also offers a viewing point to the rainforest and waterfall at the primary entrance.
3. Lunch in Ubud
We are going stop at a local restaurant for lunch break, we will take you to a nice and standard place to have lunch with the local menu (generally Indonesian menu).
The restaurant is located in the Southern part of Ubud with the view of rice fields. You can take a break while enjoying lunch with a nice ambiance and cool breeze.
4. Ubud Monkey Forest
The Ubud's local people conceive the Monkey Forest as a key spiritual, educational, economic, and conservation foremost element of the local community.
There are various fascinating spots which you can see in this place. Aside from around 700 monkeys, additionally you will discover the 186 different kinds of trees in 12.5 hectares of forest, where will offering you to get abundant of breeze and fresh air.
The species of monkeys which are present in Ubud Monkey Forest identified as the Balinese long-tailed macaque, in the research described as Macaca fascicularis.
There are actually around 600 monkeys inhabiting Ubud Monkey Forest. They are separated into 5 groupings, each of the group protecting their territory.
5. Ubud Palace
The following site to go to in the Bali Ubud tour agenda is to see the Ubud Palace. The Puri Saren Agung is a Ubud Royal Palace positioned within the central point of Ubud and prominent to be a must-visit place that presently visited by plenty of travelers each day. Ida Tjokorda Putu Kande is the founder of the Ubud Kingdom who managed the kingdom from 1800 – 1823.
Ubud Palace is important of art and society while the market that is on the front of it being a core of local community’s economy. Ida Tjokorda Gde Agung Sukawati made his palace to be available as a place to stay for his guests of honor.
In 1928, the Tjampuhan Hotel was introduced for the royal guests and in 1934, the hotel was preferred as the accommodation for the royal guests and also applied as the activity midpoint of Pita Maha Group. The Tjampuhan Hotel is the earliest resorts in Ubud with a traditional appearance.
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F.A.Q About The Ubud Tours - Half Day Trip to Visit Best Attractions in Ubud Bali
Below are the frequently asked questions regarding the half day trips in Ubud, Bali. Please get in touch with us if you have any other questions.
What's included in the half-day Ubud tour package?
It includes an air-conditioned vehicle and fuel, driver who speaks English, parking fees, and toll fee.
What is NOT included in the private half day Bali Ubud trip?
It does NOT include lunch and entrance fees for visiting tourist attractions.
Is the price listed in The Half Day Ubud Tour for per person or per vehicle?
The price listed in the half day Ubud Tour package is per vehicle (NOT per person), our vehicle capacity is maximum 6 persons. If you book the half day Ubud Tour for 1 person or maybe 6 persons then the price would be the same (IDR 400,000).
What to bring on the half day Ubud trips?
You can wear easy casual outfit, bring a bottle of mineral water with you to stay away from dehydration (the island of Bali offers high humidity), sun-screen to protect against skin burns (Bali is hot), cash money (for lunch, entrance tickets or shopping), sunglasses, smartphone/camera, medicine (if in treatment).
How much is the entrance fee to visit Tegenungan Waterfall?
IDR 15,000 /person is the admission fee to visit Tegenungan Waterfalls, you can pay it directly on the location.
How much is the admission fee to visit Batuan Temple?
To enter Batuan temple is by donation fee, there is no exact rate and no limitation how much donations you can offer, but generally, the minimum donation fee is around IDR 15,000 until IDR 20,000 /person.
Do I need to wear Sarong to visit Batuan Temple?
Yes, you must wear a sarong to enter the temple, the Sarong is provided for free to use and you must return it back after visiting the temple.
How much is the entrance fee to visit Ubud Monkey Forest?
IDR 50,000 /person (adult) and IDR 30,000 (children) is the entrance fee to enter Ubud Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary (valid for 2018, the entrance cost may change without any prior notice).
Can I touch the monkeys in Ubud monkey forest? will they bite?
Do not touch the monkey (it's not recommended for your own safety), although they are surely friendly but sometimes they may attack in times when they are disturbed (especially the female monkey with its baby), and please be aware of your own personal belongings (phone, hat, handbag, camera, glasses, wallet, etc) so as not to be stolen by monkeys.
Generally, the monkeys will not come to you unless you carry bananas or other types of food. If you want to feed them, make sure to do it very carefully. If you are offering bananas or foods to the monkey and they came to take it, you must never try to pull it back.
To maintain the healthiness of the monkeys, any kinds of food like bread, peanuts, candy, biscuits, or other types of human snacks are strictly prohibited to give to the monkeys.
The forest guards with green uniform are always standby around the forest area and they are ready to help with any kind of assistance.
How much does it cost to visit Ubud Palace?
To enter Ubud Palace is free of charge but the palace will be temporarily closed if there is any ceremony or official activities.
I would like to do the half day Ubud tours, how do I book?
You can fill out the form on our booking page to book the half-day Ubud trip or other kinds of day trips and activities by mentioning the "ID" mentioned in every tour offer on our website (for example, UBT-02 is the ID for the Half Day Ubud Tours) and you must book no less than one day in advance.
Can I change the itinerary of the half day Ubud tour?
Yes, you can adjust the itinerary (change, skip, add) it is flexible, that is the reason why we don't charge any entrance fees on this Ubud tour package and generally in all of the tour offers in our website. It is recommended to visit the places only around Ubud if you want to adjust the itinerary and to keep the time available that has been provided.
How do I pay for the private Ubud half day tour and how much does it cost?
At the moment, we accept the payment in cash money, the price is 400,000 IDR (Indonesian Rupiah), you may pay directly to our driver who comes with you on this tour. We will convert the price based on the daily exchange rate if you wish to pay in other foreign currency. Please noted that the price of the half day Bali Ubud Trip is per vehicle (it is NOT per person).