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Bali Sightseeing/Restaurant Suggestions

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We are off to Bali in a bit over a week and are very excited. I have contacted Putu but have not heard back...other suggestions for drivers?

Anyway I wanted to get some suggestions of some short tours. We are spending a few nights in Tabanan, so there I figure while we are based there we'll see Tanah lot and do some hiking in the rice paddies. We are staying at the Alila Soori, and it seems there are no other restaurants relatively near by. I hate being stuck eating at the hotel every night, so if there are recs for food not too far (under 30 mins) from the Alila, that would be great. From the Alila we move onto Ubud for a few nights.

From Ubud we would like probably hike (or at least visit) Mt. Batur. Any guide suggestions for the hike?

Additionally the Tirga gangga water garden and Ujung water palace look interesting, and closer to Ubud, but still far. Do you think these are worth the day trip if we have 3 days in Ubud? We are early 30s, are intersted in natural beauty, short hikes, and I am interested in Balinese architecture hence interest in these palaces and East Bali. We are not interested in shopping, although a nice, not too expensive massage would be nice.

Any advice is appreciated as unfortunately I haven't had the time to research enough on my own. Thanks!

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