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Best things to do in Abiansemal

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Restaurant
“Raw and vegan, green views, chef is individually asking guests about food, organic market on Saturdays”
31 locals recommend
French Restaurant
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“Swept Away Restaurant sits on an elevated deck that lets you look out over the picturesque river that runs past this charming part of Ubud. The ambiance here is perfect for anyone looking for a relaxed dining experience that is close to nature, and one of the best things about Swept Away is the sheer number of food choices on offer. ”
4 locals recommend
Cafe
“The food just perfect with simple style cafe,they also acoustic live music every Wednesday and Sunday! Many tourist grab here for breakfast ,lunch and dinner!”
26 locals recommend
Establishment
“A unique school that preach and practice green sustainability and also contributes back to its community. It is an eye opening and inspiring visit.”
22 locals recommend
Store
“The Best ice cream shop !!! You will love it for sure! Gaya gelato is produced by expert hands that respect nature and the tradition of homemade gelato. The ingredients are carefully selected considering excellence, local territorial features and freshness. We choose fresh products that are cultivated on site, making the most of the produce of the land that hosts Gaya gelato. +62 (0) 361 979252 / 979253 (6 min drive from Rumah Hujan) ”
12 locals recommend
Spa
“Dine where Presidents and Celebrities stay at the award winning "Ayung Terrace at Four Season Resort Sayan" Close to Tri Sandhya Villa.”
8 locals recommend
Cafe
“Cool little neighborhood spot where guests can jam and enjoy light tunes. Great juices and smoothies.”
8 locals recommend
Establishment
“This is where every piece of John Hardy jewelry is conceived, designed and produced. The compound is built from low-impact materials such as bamboo, adobe and thatch, and set among 400 lush acres that include rice paddies and farms. Reservations required.”
3 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Boutique hotel and restaurant with amazing bamboo structures/architecture. On the pricier side.”
13 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“Ubud Bali White Water Rafting Adventure present to answer your Rafting Adventure on Ayung River, is the longest, the newest with various facilities in Bali. Located in Ubud with nature that still green, the amazing rafting trip and spectacular rafting trip on the Ayung River. Feel the challenge of Ubud Bali White Water Rafting Adventure with various facilities prepared to explore the famous Ayung River.”
3 locals recommend
Asian Restaurant
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“Japanese and Mexican food lover! the place just beautiful with amazing view to the Sayan ridge valey. ”
9 locals recommend
Park
“Some say this monkey forrest is nicer than the one in Ubud. It's 50 min drive from the villa. Make it a perfect half-day tour together with a visit to the POD chocolate factory and a refreshing swim in Cau Blayu Waterfall, both within 10 drive from the monkey forrest.”
5 locals recommend
Indonesian Restaurant
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“The food is delicious and cheap. Very spicy even by Bali standards. Delicious and cheap.”
10 locals recommend
Grocery or Supermarket
1 local recommends
Lodging
“Villa Bella is part of Devi's Place. We can arrange all your transport needs with safe, maintained, modern bikes. We can also provide bike and car taxis and arrange tours.”
1 local recommends
Point of Interest
“Several spots in Bali now also have built their own famous Bali swings, but The Original — and most picturesque — Bali Swing is found in Ubud. It can get pretty busy even if the experience comes with a hefty price tag of USD35, so it’s best to come first thing when it opens at 8 AM. Early morning soft light also makes for the best photos at the swing. The Bali Swing in Ubud is actually several different swings of different lengths. Choose from 10 meters, 15 meters, 20 meters, and 78 meters above ground, and feel the thrilling sensation as you swing high above the rolling landscape of fields and Balinese jungle and river. If swinging so high up with little holding you in place is not your thing, the entrance fee also allows you use of the nests scattered around the playground. Giant nest structures on palm trees also make a good photo op and serve as good viewing decks overlooking the hills. The entrance fee includes a lunch buffet and free-flowing drinks, so you can enjoy their array of playful structures within the grounds. If you’re happy to skip the nests and swings and only have access to the butterfly garden, helicopter, heart-shaped rock, and overlooking rock, then you take their USD10 package instead. It’s recommended to book your package in advance as the swings can get very busy.”
5 locals recommend