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Ubud is the very heart of Bali - both geographically and metaphorically – Bali’s cultural capital where art and craft intermingle and all manner of eccentrics, autocrats, hippies, bohemians, altruists, gourmets, Bali royalty, and of course, artists form an intriguing amalgamation that feels so much more connected to the local culture than in resort enclaves elsewhere in Bali.... Read more


Established by Agung Rai, the Agung Rai Museum of Art, or ARMA,
is a museum, gallery, and cultural
Agung Rai Museum of Art

Established by Agung Rai, the Agung Rai Museum of Art, or ARMA, is a museum, gallery, and cultural center in the heart of Ubud. The museum complex is made up of several traditional buildings surrounded by gardens and laced with water flowing through channels and fountains. ARMA is the only place in Bali to see the works of the famous German artis...

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Also known as Don Antonio Blanco Museum, this exuberant edifice
was home to prolific Catalan artis
Blanco Renaissance Museum

Also known as Don Antonio Blanco Museum, this exuberant edifice was home to prolific Catalan artist Antonio Blanco. Hailing from Spain, the eccentric artist made his journey to Bali via the Philippines and found an artistic niche for himself on the Island of the Gods. Specializing in erotic art and illustrated poetry, Blanco is sometimes compared...

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North of the main street in Ubud, you’ll find the Chapel of
Mother Goddess Rajarajeshwari Tr
Chapel of Mother Goddess Rajarajeshwari Tripurasundari

North of the main street in Ubud, you’ll find the Chapel of Mother Goddess Rajarajeshwari Tripurasundari, a modern center of worship dedicated to the feminine facet of the divine. This beautiful interfaith chapel was established to honor the mother goddesses in history, such as Kuan Shih Yin, Mary Magdalene, Lakshmi, Durga, Kali, Saraswati,...

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Also known as the Campuan Temple because of its
proximity to the striking Campuan Gorge where the
Gunung Lebah Temple

Also known as the Campuan Temple because of its proximity to the striking Campuan Gorge where the two branches of the Wos River meet (or campuan in the local language) in West Ubud, Pura Gunung Lebah is one of Bali’s most unusual and a dramatic temple that is said to concentrate powerful earth energies.  The temple was founded by Buddh...

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At the bottom of Ubud’s
famous Monkey Forest Road is a shady sanctuary of ancient trees that
Monkey Forest

At the bottom of Ubud’s famous Monkey Forest Road is a shady sanctuary of ancient trees that is home to a population of long-tailed macaques.  This sacred place has been set aside for the mischievous gray primates to thank them for the help they provided Rama during the rescue of Sita his bride from King Rawana in the Hindu epic, Ramay...

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