Ubud is a district located in Gianyar regency, Bali, Indonesia, which has an area of 42.38 km ². Ubud districts, divided into 8 villages. The villages in the district Ubud, is Ubud village, Kedewatan village, Sayan village, Petulu village, Peliatan village, Singekerta village, Mas village, and Lodtunduh village. The most famous villages in the district of Ubud is the village of Ubud.
Ubud can be reached in around 30 minutes from the city of Denpasar, if road conditions are not bad. If this is your first time coming to Bali, Ngurah Rai Airport is there are many counter that provides car, complete with driver, who will drive you to the Ubud. Car rental cost is about Rp. 250,000. Or if you want more easily and avoid congestion, you can rent a motorbike. Motorcycles can be rented starting from Rp 45,000 per day. You can bring your own bike to Ubud.
Most people Ubud, worked as a farmer. Many also work as an artist. And working in the tourism industry. People Ubud, is very popular with a very friendly attitude with anyone. Attitude is what makes Ubud is very famous in the world, so many tourists are happy to be in Ubud.
Ubud is located amongst fields and forests, has a lot of cliff with a river which was very clean. Natural conditions in Ubud which is a mountainous region, making very beautiful nature in Ubud. Ubud is known for its artistic community and culture that is growing very rapidly and developed. Ubud community life can not be separated from art. Here too there are many art galleries, as well as the arena of traditional music and dance performances.
There are many art museums in Ubud. Many museums founded by prominent artists in Bali and foreign artists. Storing many world famous works of art. One of the most famous museums in Ubud is Museum Puri Lukisan. Museum Puri Lukisan is the first art museum, managed by the private sector, in Bali. Initiated by Cokorda Gede Agung Sukawati, I Gusti Nyoman Lempad, as well as foreign artists who settled in Ubud, Rudolf Bonnet. Founded on January 31, 1956, under the auspices of the Ratna Warta Foundation.
Because the beauty of Ubud, a film starring Julia Roberts, Eat Pray Love, shot in Ubud. In the film showing the situation Ubud and the traditional life of people in Ubud. In some scenes in the film, Julia Roberts visited an astrologer in Ubud named Ketut Liyer. The film is very great impact on the development of tourism in Ubud. Especially for those who like a quiet and natural, because Ubud provides everything. Love, peace, art, fun, tradition, and all the things that would make anyone feel at home who come to Ubud Bali.
Monday, November 12, 2012
Monday, November 12, 2012