Ubud is a small village in Bali Island. Visitors spend their Ubud holidays in the tiny backcountry with their friends. Ubud is also a world famous religious retreat to pilgrims. In Bali over ten thousand temples and small stupas are located. During festive seasons, these shrines are decorated with flowers. The broad highways are smooth, uncluttered and beautifully constructed.
Ubud is a recreational center which has its own magnificent architectural aesthete. You will get a distinct artistic gloss with a touch of oriental culture which has distinguished this tiny village from other places. Ubud holidays are spent by mostly pilgrims and visitors who like to pay floral tribute and orison to god. Ubud is the perfect place for religious minded people. Take time to plan properly to enjoy Ubud holidays for the fulfillment of your dream. Kintamani is one of the tourist spots for spending Ubud holidays. You will have to commune with the ancient culture and heritage of Ubud.
Ubud holidays are not fruitful and complete if anyone doesn’t watch the wonderful silverwork and handicraft. Exterior and interior portions of these temples have been well decorated. Painting is the lifeblood of citizens of Bali. In Ubud, you will get many classic paintings and sculpture which have gained appreciation and international accolades.
Rudana preserves the antics and vintage artifacts, ancient paintings, and memorabilia for exhibition. This is a museum which has a huge collection of artifacts, and paintings which bear Batuan style. Ubud has natural beauty. The stiff cliffs, deep terrains, magnificent open grass, small hillocks, rivulets and wonderfully decorated hutment in the village entice sophisticated travelers from cities and townships. The Presidential Palace is the work of art. Include all these in your Ubud holidays packages.
The oceanic blue is sprayed all over to create a splendid natural background. At Ubud, Bali, the deep and unfathomable ocean will beckon you to sit in recluse and watch the spontaneous slipstreams of water waves bouncing wildly and banging the sea shores. In the morning, the young sun pops up in the crystal clear sky to welcome visitors. In the midst of warm sunlight and cool sea breeze, you will definitely get energy back to turbo charge your body to make your Ubud holidays dynamic.
Ubud is the sacred place for people who are theists. They honor god. So the large entablatures of the shrines are engraved with valuable gems, diamonds, and rare stones to enhance the architectural elegance. The frieze and the cornice of the temples have been painted in mind blowing colors. The filigree, which has been engraved on the texture of the walls, briefly speaking, is magnificent.
Ubud can make you healthy, wealthy and wise. The vast strips of agricultural land are irrigated for the production of rice and other fresh vegetables. You can enjoy your experience while traveling through the paddy fields, vacant boggy land and small water reservoirs that are used to store water for household work.
Ubud offers wonderful panorama. Holiday resorts, hotels and apartments, are close to the sea. Ubud has worn a dynamic facelift to regain the lost luster. You will get cheap accommodation, fresh food and drinks. The rental rates are competitive. You can hire private lodges and Ubud holidays rooms which are cost effective and environment friendly. Ubud holidays planners can help you to choose the most advantageous Ubud holidays packages.
Hunting in Bali
It is probably an exaggeration to call this ‘hunting’ but it was the closest I got to date. It didn’t take days as I always hoped for but just under three exhausting hours. I came unprepared and unexpecting anything. Originally I have left my home stay that day in search for coffee farms. While wondering around I decided to get some drinking water from something what looked like store with people living in it. I didn’t rush to leave, hoping to get in to some king of interaction. It wasn’t a place where any tourists would venture at all so they were naturally curious of me as well. Shortly after standing there two young boys came around proudly carrying rifles over their back. Obviously it was an easy conversation starter. Soon they have offered me to join them on their small hunting walk trough the jungle that happened to be surrounding the place.
Forrest was rather dark and extremely humid. Hundreds of always present mosquitos tuned me in to the killing more. Dengue fever was something to avoid at all cost. Those small and nasty creatures I was supposed stay away from gave me surprisingly very few bites.
I wasn’t exactly sure what we were hunting for. It wasn’t very easy to communicate with them while walking. I just followed their steps trying to stay away from the bullets. We were definitely just on the edge of the jungle so it was unlikely that we were to see larger animals. In fact Yudi (one of the boys) told me that shooting a monkey with light rifle might just result in making it angry. I knew I was not ready at all to see a dead monkey. Once we have stepped in, it took them maybe half an hour to catch a bat and a squirrel. Later on they were less successful but the pray they caught was sufficient to cook a small lunch. Fruits were much more rewarding. Coco, young coconut and Durian taste best when you can pick them up yourself. I was amazed how accommodating this wild forrest can be.
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