Things To Do In Ubud – If you spent two weeks in Ubud, there are many fun things to do in Ubud Bali. You do not need to be confused about what to do in Ubud? Bali relaxing and enjoying the many delicious vegetarian restaurants is one best things to do in Ubud. Most of the time consisted of swimming at our guesthouse’s pool, eating delicious food, doing yoga, working and reading books.
While if you weren’t interested in some of the main attractions (Monkey Forest or Museums), you can pick a few fun activities to mix into your daily routine. There are plenty things to see in Ubud that you can choose. This is a list of the top 10 fun things to do in Ubud Bali that you need to know.
1. Cycling Around Ubud
The first, top 10 fun things to do in Ubud Bali is cycling around Ubud. You will really enjoyed zipping down there and back and decided to rent bikes for a few days (a nice mountain bike cost 15,000 IDR, about $1.25/day). If you have done some really fun bike rides in San Diego along the pier, in Chicago on the path near the lake, in Taipei in the rain and in Bagan when touring the temples, but Ubud was a different story.
You consider yourself an adventurous person, within reason, but found the experience biking in Ubud stressful and somewhat terrifying. The problem with biking around the town was the narrow streets and the crazy drivers. A few times you may be almost got hit, at one point a dog got very close and looked like it was going to bite you, and it was hot and sweaty. Having said that, You would rent bikes again, go out early into the morning and ride somewhere through the rice fields or in the countryside. That will be for next time.
2. Explore Tree Top Adventures
The second, top 10 fun things to do in Ubud Bali is explore Tree Top Adventures. One day you can rented a taxi to bring you to Bedugul, about three hours North of Ubud. You went there for the Tree Top Adventures, a ropes and adventure course where you go through different obstacles up in the tree-tops. May be you had done something similar in France or Australia and really enjoyed doing it again. They have courses set up for all skill levels, so you can progress from the easier courses to the more challenging ones as you get used to the activities.