Ubud

Ubud

getting a culture shock when reaching this touristic town on Bali island

Location: 

Ubud, Gianyar, Bali, Indonesia

Duration: 

Friday, June 16, 2017

Personal highlights

  1. Ubud: once a natural paradise, turned into a touristic attraction without charme
  2. Ubud Monkey Forest: a terrible tourist attraction, where monkeys attack tourists
  3. Ubud Market: huge area packed with ventors and tourists to make a good deal
  4. Culture: the town has a large number of museums and cultural shows (missed all)
  5. Tourism: quite a culture shock for me after traveling through Java Island! Check the best places to see in Indonesia!

Image sources

  1. Rice paddy field in the city centre
  2. Vicious monkey is attacking me!
  3. One of many Hindu temple schrines
  4. Old woman operates gas station
  5. Swimming pool at my Hotel

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