Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary
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A must-see adventure for when you visit Ubud. It is cheap to get in, and the monkeys will blow you away with their antics.
Nice nature park full of monkeys, you can feed them, take some crackers or banana and you can make nice pictures and photos in the middle of the tree.
Another trademark of Ubud. The famous monkey forest. You can reach monkey forest just about 15min walking from the villa. The entrance fee is IDR 50,000 per person and open from 08:00 - 18:00
Famous Monkey Forest in Bali to visit to see how monkey live their life in the wild.
monkey forest ubud is good place for walking around during the day and very close to many coffee shop or restaurant in Ubud
Very Close to our Property only 5 minutes drive by motor bike or Car. It is located in the heart of Ubud Shopping Center.
La première monkey forest sacrée à Bali. Tout proche (15 minutes) de notre lieu d'accueil à condition d'utiliser un véhicule.
Really nice environment with the temple, jungle and all the monkeys. Day trips to Ubud are a great day out exploring Bali.
Take an afternoon stroll through the forest with its local inhabitants, just look out for your glasses, hats ans a like,. Bring small bananas to feed them.
Refreshing walk through the forest. We like monkey forest more for the jungle walk and scenery than the actual monkeys. Watch out for the little guys stealing your food, better yet, don't bring any food into the area. Beautiful.
Sacred forest in the middle of the ubud with ancient temple and you can take special monkey selfie photoshoot.
Monkey Forest Ubud is a sacred nature reserve, located on the southern end of Jalan Monkey Forest. It houses the temple of Dalem Agung Padantegal and over 600 long-tailed macaques. This small reserve offers a unique spectacle share the beautiful scenery combining both nature and ancient monuments. …
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