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Ubud’s Golden Hour Tour

November 13, 2017 by Khiri Travel | Filed Under: , , , , , ,

Try a walk through Ubud’s morning farmer’s market while the golden glow of sunrise illuminates the verdant green of Bali’s rice terraces.

At Khiri Travel Bali, we invite your travelers to Ubud to witness this world famous art hamlet at the golden hour of the early morning. We start with the Ubud market where vendors arrive in the wee hours of the morning to sell vegetables, food and beautiful flowers for temple offerings. This market transforms into a large, commercial affair mid-morning, so seeing it at dawn is a memorable and energizing experience.

After winding our way through the downtown market scene, we will wander through Ubud’s back lanes for some breathtaking views of the verdant, dew-covered rice fields north of town. After sunrise, when the herons take flight over the rice terraces, we will prepare a picnic breakfast for your clients at a farmer’s hut high up in the middle of a rice field.


After a satisfying morning meal and a drink of rich Balinese coffee, we will descend back down the hillsides walking along the earthen berms that divide the rice paddies. AT ARMA (Agung Rai Museum of Art) Museum and Resort, your client’s can indulge in a blissful traditional massage. ARMA is where the loving work of Agung Rai and his life project as an artist and collector is on display. It is a wonderful garden sanctuary as both a unique collection of Balinese art as well as a secluded spa for relaxation and a welcome change of pace from hectic modern lives.

For more information about booking a visit to Ubud and the beauty of Bali, please contact [email protected] or contact information in yellow box below.

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