Fodor's Expert Review Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary

Ubud Religious Building/Site/Shrine

A haven for shutterbugs and children, Ubud's Monkey Forest is home to dozens of Balinese macaques. These long-tailed grayish primates mug it up and dive spectacularly into their pool when not taking refuge in the tall trees. But there's more to the forest than monkeyshines. Guides posted along the paths gladly expound on the site's history and temples, including Pura Perana, dating to the 14th century. Monkeys here are better behaved than their counterparts in Uluwatu, but still can get nasty. Remove anything they can grab (like hats, glasses and earrings) and all food from your person. Obey the many "Do Not Feed" signs rather than the sales pitches of banana and peanut hawkers.

Religious Building/Site/Shrine Family Silversea Cruise

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Jalan Monkey Forest
Ubud, Bali  Indonesia


Sight Details:
Rate Includes: Rp20,000 adults; 10,000 children