Who has longed to travel to Bali? Maybe even Semeton Bali itself has also missed exploring its own homeland. For those of you who are looking for recommendations for places to explore, don’t worry.
So below you can check some places that can be traced for trekking in Ubud, Bali. The scenery will make your eyes look fresh again. Anyway, don’t forget to be happy. Take time to walk around and appreciate yourself.
1. Campuhan Hill
Often called the Campuhan Ridge Walk, this spot offers a path that is approximately 1.5 meters wide, which is flanked by ravines and small hills. Located just behind the Warwick Ibah Luxury Villas & Spa, the villa is often the benchmark for tourists who want to visit Campuhan Hill.
Because it is located on a ridge, Campuhan is very popular as a location for trekking as well as hunting for sunrise and sunset. Not a few foreign tourists are willing to trek to Campuhan Hill from before dawn to capture the moment the sun rises in this spot. The charm is really beautiful even though it is not right at sunrise or sunset.
2. Subak Sok Wayah
Trekking across green rice fields is an experience you can get in the Subak Sok Wayah area, which is located not far from Campuhan Hill. You can breathe the typical rural air while enjoying the sound of the subak water gurgling between the rice fields, you know.
The palm trees that thrive between the paths add to the beautiful atmosphere of this area. If you are tired, you can stop for a moment at the small huts on the edge of the rice fields. You can also find small shops selling Balinese souvenirs.
3. Kajeng Rice Fields
Similar to Subak Sok Wayah, the rice fields on the Kajeng road also offer a trekking experience in the middle of green rice fields owned by local residents. To reach it, you may need a little struggle because it is a little remote and you have to pass through a narrow alley.
However, after arriving in the Kajeng rice fields, it is guaranteed that everything will be paid off with a beautiful landscape in front of your eyes. The rustic atmosphere is really felt. If you’re lucky, you can meet farmers and dozens of ducks who are fun to play in a muddy puddle.
4. Tegalalang rice terraces
If this spot looks familiar to you, right? The terraces in Tegalalang are indeed an icon of Ubud. It seems that anyone who comes to Ubud will not miss coming to Tegalalang. The terraced rice fields make this location perfect for relaxing trekking and it looks so instagenic.
Besides being able to trek between the terraced steps, there are also swing spots that you can try. This swing is a favorite of foreign tourists, you know. Eits, but to ride it you need to pay around IDR 150 thousand for 20 swings. Interested?
5. Wenara Wana Tourism Mandala
The last spot in Ubud that you can make a trekking tour is the Wenara Wana Mandala Tour or often known as the Ubud Monkey Forest. Having an area of about 12.5 hectares, this place is perfect for enjoying the cool natural forest air while meeting hundreds of well-looked after monkeys.
Not only monkeys, but you can also visit several sacred tourism objects in this area, such as Pura Dalem Agung Padangtegal, Holy Spring Temple, and Prajapati Temple. When visiting the forest, you are expected not to wear jewelry, scarves, or glasses because these objects often attract monkeys to grab them.
So, those are some recommendations for places that you can explore for trekking in Ubud, Bali. Have fun!