Last one!!!This was a last day of our tourism. We left around 10 and reached Monkey forest in 20 minutes. This was a very good and memorable destination for me. All this forest has is monkeys, nature, a waterfall and a temple of course. You will definitely have fun roaming here. Watching monkeys jumping on tourists, taking away their stuff, people taking selfies with monkeys would make you smile.
Ubud Monkey Forest: Ubud Monkey Forest is another place in Bali with spiritual importance. The visitors can feed the monkeys as well as enjoy the walk in the dense forest. Ubud Monkey Forest has three beautiful temples where you can explore the ancient architectural excellence. You will see the Balinese long-tailed monkeys here playing, eating, grooming and running behind humans for food.
The Ubud Monkey Forest is a popular tourist attraction and is often visited by over 10,000 tourists a month. It is owned by the village in which it is located, a village by the name - Padangtegal. The Monkey Forest is viewed as a spiritual and conservation centre for the village.Goa Gajah Elephant Cave
No parking fees but has an entry fee to the premise - the best way to travel to this place is by motor bike - the premise is huge with multiple sections housing different groups of Balinese long-tailed monkeys (including a cemetery area & spring) - interestingly carved statues covered in moss(including a komodo dragon) - three temples - a dragon bridge engulfed in banyan tree roots over a rocky stream - a fish pond - you can easily spend half a day if time is luxury. You will find yourself in an entirely different world amidst tall lush deep green trees, haunting silence with chirping birds in the distance and scattered troops of monkeys chattering - do not disturb the monkeys in their territory especially while they are eating sweet potatoes or while they have their young ones with them. For me this place is worth a re-visit.