Ubud

Ubud is a village and resting place somewhere in Gianyar regency, Bali. It is very famous among foreign tourists because of it's location in the area and located in between the fields and forests located between the edge of the abyss, the mountains and the scenery makes a very beautiful natural surroundings.

In addition Ubud is also known as the arts and culture that developed very advanced. Ubud community life can not be separated from the subject of art. In Ubud there are many art galleries, as well as music and dance performances arena held alternately every night in all corners of the village.

Beginning in 1930, Ubud popular among Western tourists. At that time German painter; Bruno Walter Spies and Dutch painter; Rudolf Bonnet settled in Ubud. They were aided by Gede Agung Sukawati of Puri Agung Ubud. Right now their work can be seen at the museum Painting Puri Ubud, Bali.

The terraced paddies rice cut graphic lines into the lush landscape, and there are dotted with the pink or white flowers of tropical tree frangipani. As approach the centre of Ubud, the greenery gives way to bustling streets filled with locals and tourists alike, weaving their way in and out of shops, restaurants, and temples as well.