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    Villa Indah Ubud, Ubud
    8.5

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    Score from 22 reviews

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  • £18

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    Ina Inn, Ubud

    Ina Inn

    Ubud City-Centre, Ubud

    6.2

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  • £11

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    Sudana Homestay, Ubud

    Sudana Homestay 1 stars

    Ubud City-Centre, Ubud

    8.5

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    Score from 5 reviews

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  • £15

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    Suarsena House Bungalows, Ubud

    Suarsena House Bungalows 3 stars

    Ubud City-Centre, Ubud

    7.2

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    Score from 127 reviews

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  • £29

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    Dewangga Bungalow, Ubud

    Dewangga Bungalow 2 stars

    Ubud City-Centre, Ubud

    8.3

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    Score from 135 reviews

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    Ubud was highly rated for culture by 930 guests from the United Kingdom! More things to do in Ubud

    Bali's Peaceful Retreat

    If you are seeking a hideaway from Bali’s chaotic Kuta, Ubud provides a welcome respite with its secluded paths, calming temples and specialised spa resorts. Surrounded by rice paddies, coconut trees and lush forests of green, Ubud is seen as the cultural centre of Bali.

    The road leading up to Ubud features little villages specialising in handicrafts like Celuk (silver jewellery), Batuan (paintings) and Mas (wood carvings). Ubud, itself, produces all sorts of handicrafts in its peaceful foothills. There are also numerous art galleries, workshops and courses on offer for the budding artist.

    The Monkey Forest is a popular tourist drawcard with its ravenous monkey population lunging at anything resembling food. The 9th-century Goa Gajah, or Elephant Cave, showcases the island’s historic past and there is the regular Ubud Market for modern-day souvenir hunters.

    Ubud is a place for relaxation and many yoga and meditation centres have developed over the years on Indonesia’s most popular island. Booking.com offers a range of guest houses, villas, bungalows and world-class resorts with spa facilities or pool.