Ubud Monkey Forest Road is a route that passes through the sacred place of gray long-tailed macaques (Macaca fascicuiaris). The following one-way street south of Hanoman Street and turns in the main city center of Ubud, opposite the Puri Saren royal palace and the famous art market of Ubud.
The atmosphere of Ubud Monkey Forest Road
The atmosphere of Monkey Forest Ubud Bali Street begins, a row of shops, boutiques and outlets lined the sides along with many guesthouses and hotels, small restaurants and spas. Just a few minutes down, the forest refuge is in the shade of a high entrance, with a small parking lot just across the road. Locally called Monkey Forest Road, Monkey Forest Road connects the main shopping area with the famous satellite roads in Ubud Jalan Hanoman, Jalan Sugriwa, and Jalan Jembawan, all of which are southeast of the city center.
Interesting thing that is seen
Along Ubud Monkey Forest Road, there are various shops, some with clear signs and some only carry objects and antiques that are not clear from behind a single glass. Most are art shops with a variety of handicrafts, antiques and charming textiles from the archipelago and Bali. Take a walk on Jalan Ubud Monkey Forest and the adjacent side streets will show that this area is not the same as the main tourist area in the south of the island, say in Kuta and Legian for example. Quiet walks, a cooler atmosphere and a more relaxed shopping climate make shopping a pleasant way to the side of Ubud. This activity can be done by taking the “Ubud Art Nature Tour” package from Balitravelexpert.com.