Learn how to make a Traditional Balinese Offering on this private, full day tour of Ubud. You will experience the unique traditional lifestyle of the Balinese people together with a local family. This unforgettable experience in the Ubud village and surrounding area also includes a visit to the local silversmith, the Ubud monkey forest, lunch at a local restaurant, coffee plantation and the rice terraces.
Experience the traditional life of the Balinese people by make a typical offering for a ceremony in Bali. You will be invited to learn how they are made directly by a local Balinese mother and daughter. You will feel as if you are part of their family. You will learn to make many types of traditional offerings and can take these home with you.
At 9am you will be picked up from your accommodation for your journey to Ubud village.
On the way to Ubud at 10am you will be able to see how Balinese people produce a traditional Batik painting or traditional clothing, you will also visit the centre of where silversmiths craft objects from silver.
You will arrive at the Balinese traditional house in Ubud at 11am. Your traditional offering class will go for around 1.5 hours.
At 1pm you can walk around the Ubud monkey forest to see the home of more than 600 long tailed macaques in the tropical green forest close to the centre of Ubud. You can also see a sacred temple sanctuary guarded by the monkeys.
Next at around 2pm you can enjoy a lunch at a small restaurant in the middle of the rice fields to taste local Balinese food.
At 4pm you will visit a coffee plantation to see the most popular animal in Bali called Luwak. It is the animal which produces the most expensive coffee in the world. The Luwak eats the bean and it digests in its stomach. After the bean comes out it will be still intact and collected to be processed to be coffee. You can try different coffees which you can enjoy with views of the rice terraces.
You can then walk around the rice fields to understand how traditional people cultivate their land to produce their rice for food.
On the way back to your hotel you can stop at a traditional Ubud market and Ubud palace before arriving back at your accommodation at around 7pm.