An ever increasingly popular destination, Ubud’s center is now quite packed with tourists, although if you head a bit further out, you will find more peaceful parts of town and secluded paddy fields.
Dripping in history, the city and its nearby surroundings are home to a multitude of fine cultural and historical attractions. There are loads of spectacular temples for you to visit, some delightful caves, lovely stone carvings, as well as some great museums. On top of all that, there are lots of good restaurants, bars and local shops for you to check out; over sixty-five different art performances are put on each week. Creative and calm – depending on where you go – many people end up staying a lot longer than they expected in Bali’s Ubud, due to its beguiling charms.