Ubud tour is a kind of Cultural tour to explore the Art and Culture of Bali. During Ubud tour, we will visit Celuk, Mas and Ubud itself. Ubud and Batuan are famous for their paintings and Mas is famous for its woodcarvings. While Celuk is for gold and silver smiths. And Batubulanis famous for their stone carvings.
Higglights of Ubud Tour
we can start Ubud tour to see the process of making Batik. It is an ancient art form of Indonesia made with wax resistant dye on fabrics. Certainly, Batik is very important to Indonesians and many people wear it to formal or casual events. And Indonesian use Batik in various rituals, ceremonies, traditions, celebrations, and even in daily uses.
From bold and beautiful necklaces to bohemian and beachy earrings, jewelry shopping in Bali is as diverse and impressive as the island itself. And with so many jewelry designers making Bali their creative base. It’s no wonder international jet-setters are stopping off here to shop gold, silver and sparkling treasures.
Bali is home to countless jewelry stores and island-born brands. And in true Bali fashion, each piece has been designed with true meaning – often handmade, and always gorgeous. So, to help you get your glam on in Bali. We will bring you to see the process of art works of jewelry in Celuk.
On this Ubud tour, we will visit Mas Village, famous for fine woodcarvings. Certainly, Balinese carving is an ancient art that is steeped in traditions, often mixing magic with skill.
Then we will visit Ubud Market. The Ubud Art Market is a great place to find beautiful silk scarves, lightweight shirts, statues, kites, handmade woven bags, baskets or hats and many other hand-crafted goods. Locally known as Pasar Seni Ubud, the market is opposite the Puri Saren Royal Ubud Palace and opens daily.
Itinerary Ubud Tour
Start your cultural trip with a visit to Tohpati, which is famous for batik products. Then continue to Celuk, the center of exquisite silver works. And Mas, known for fine woodcarvings. Afterwards, we enter Ubud known for its fine art galleries, and a home to a score of local and foreign artists.
One of them is Agung Rai Museum of Art which has an extensive collection of paintings. There are many kind of paintings by Balinese, Indonesian and foreign artists in classic Balinese and contemporary styles. Afterwards, you can test your bargaining skill at Ubud market prior to a visit to Puri Saren Agung, whose royal family ruled Ubud from the late 1800’s until 1917.