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Bali is one of the most attractive tourist destinations of Indonesia, the Asian country of contrasts, inhabited by very welcoming and helpful people. After booking accommodation in Ubud and beginning your trip the first thing you will notice will probably be the predominant heat, right after exiting the airport of Denpasar, the capital. This will only be the beginning of a real adventure on the narrow and crowded streets of Ubud.
There are plenty of temples worth visiting in this city, mainly because their unique architecture. Each of these temples has its own history and Bali has around 125,000 of them. Just imagine how many things you could do after booking your accommodation in Ubud and beginning this magic trip. Ubud is a town in the middle of the island, the former capital of the Bali kingdom, conquered by the Dutch in the eighteenth century and returned to Indonesia after WWII. When you arrive here you really should not miss the Balinese dance and art shows that are held here every night in the royal courtyard.
Indigenous villas in hoskote population is divided as in the caste hierarchy in Japanese society. Each person knows what category they belong to and what their contribution to society should be. What is really impressive is the fact that there are still some noble kings living in Ubud, but with no rights other than symbolic. Other categories include priests, warriors, artists, and farmers. Another interesting thing to find out is how ancestors preserved the traditions of each village. There are villages in which most people are painting, while in some other places silver and gold processing are the main occupations.
Once you get out of the cities you will be fascinated by the extraordinary landscapes of rice plant among others. Statistically, people in Bali consume nearly 60% imported rice, but the beauty of these plantations is part of a fabulous tourist experience. Moreover, all the facilities made available by the villas, hotels and other accommodation in Ubud facilities will impress you even more. You and your family will be able to use pools, mini bars, home cinemas and even outdoor showers.
Last but not least, did you know that “Eat, Pray, Love” was also screened on the narrow streets of Ubud? Make sure you visit the famous wizard that changed the life of Elizabeth Gilbert, the writer of the play on which the movie is based. All in all, there are plenty of things to do and resorts to visit whenever you book accommodation in Ubud and plan to visit this beautiful island. These lines should really help you decide on your future plans, so make sure you do not miss out any detail.