Relax and chill in a warm, vast geothermally heated groundwater that rises beneath Mount Batur in northeastern side of the island. Round off your journey by visiting the country side of Ubud comprises of temples and greeneries all along.
The crater is located beneath the active volcano, and can be reached within a two-hour drive from typical tourist areas. It’s a perfect place to get loose by soaking your body and taking a traditional lunch while overlooking breathtaking scenery.
Dubbed as the priciest coffee in the world, Luwak coffee (also called civet coffee) has drawn interests from coffee aficionados around the world. Here you’ll be shown the traditional process of coffee-making and interesting information about how the civet cats eat the coffee and poop the beans out undigested. You might as well want to sample a tasteful cup of Luwak coffee (don’t worry, it’s totally hygiene)
Tegallalang Rice Terraces in Ubud is probably one of the most renowned rice field in the eastern hemisphere and famous not for its advancement, but rather for retaining the traditional Balinese irrigation system known as Subak. And there’s no better way to experience its scenic landscape than embark on a trekking journey on the slope across the valley. You’ll be able to purchase souvenirs offered by local kiosks along the road as well.