As the cultural heart of Bali, Ubud is a fantastic place to eat, drink and shop, and you’ll do exactly that on this one-day tour. First you’ll pay a visit to the Pod Chocolate Factory, before stopping for a drink at Dewi Coffee. Refreshed, you’ll browse the jewellery collections at John Hardy, then continue shopping around Ubud if you want.
The Ubud Food and Fun Day Tour costs Rp 600,000 for an Avanza car rental. The price covers petrol and driver. Entrance fee and other activities will be an additional charge. Depending on the size of your group you may need to arrange a larger vehicle. Review the table below for more information about the Ubud Food and Fun Day Tour before making a booking.
– Pod Chocolate Factory.
– Coffee tasting (Dewi Coffee).
– John Hardy showroom tour.
– Shopping around Ubud (optional).
– 10 hour Inova car rental (up to 6 passengers) – Rp 700,000
– 10 hour Short Elf or similar (up to 10 passengers) – Rp 1,000,000
– All fuel costs.
– Entrance ticket to Dewi Coffee.
– Entrance ticket to John Hardy showroom.
– Food, snacks and shopping.
* This offer is valid for Ubud. There may be an additional petrol charge depending on the pickup area.
- Indulge in delicious freshly made chocolate at Pod.
- Learn about the coffee making process at Dewi Coffee.
- Shop for Asian-inspired jewellery at John Hardy.
- Browse the boutiques and art shops of Ubud.
What to Expect
The Ubud Food and Fun Day Tour is a fantastic way to experience the artisan culture and food for which Ubud is famous. Beginning with a pickup at your hotel or meeting point, you’ll be taken to the fantastic Pod Chocolate Factory, where locally grown cocoa is transformed into delicious chocolate rich in antioxidants.
Next up you’ll visit Bali Pulina for some fantastic local coffee. You’ll head into a beautiful area of countryside where coffee plantations line the hills. A wide range of coffee is grown and produced here, including several speciality coffees such as vanilla and coconut. You can also try kopi luwak, a special kind of coffee where beans are eaten and digested by the palm civet before being processed. However, this is controversial and in many places the animals are badly treated.
Your next stop is a visit to the John Hardy showroom. This jewellery company was set up by Hardy in 1975. He was a Canadian inspired by the local Balinese jewellery traditions and the company is committed to local environmental and ecological concerns. This is a great place to pick up a souvenir of your trip or a gift for loved ones back home.
If you want to, you can continue shopping around Ubud’s art shops and boutiques before heading home. The Ubud Fun and Food Day Tour is a great way to experience the artisan food and coffee producers and the artistic traditions which Ubud is famous for. The itinerary can be easily adapted to suit your needs should you want to make any changes. To book your tour fill in the form below and we will let you know if we have an opening on your travel date.