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There are few better ways to start your one day in Ubud than with a stroll through Tegenungan Waterfall , the dense sacred Ubud Monkey Forest on the edge of Ubud’s town centre. Spend the morning visiting Ubud’s enchanting temples and palaces, set in gardens fragrant with frangipani trees and dotted with moss-dappled statuary. In the heart of town, on the main road of Jalan Raya Ubud, not far from Ubud’s market, is Pura Taman Saraswati. This beautiful water temple honours Dewi Saraswati, the goddess of wisdom and the arts, and has a pretty pond of pink lotus flowers. Nearby, you can admire more beautiful Balinese architecture at Puri Saren Agung, Ubud’s Royal Palace. Dating to the 1800s, it was damaged during the 1917 earthquake and rebuilt. Only a small section of the palace is open to the public, so it doesn’t take long to stroll around the garden and pavilions. Once the temperature drops a couple of degrees and the light has softened, head to gorgeous Tegallalang Rice Terraces, pictured above, a 30-minute drive from Ubud’s centre. Sure, you could take photos from the observation points accessed from steps off the high main road, but it’s more fun to get onto the terraces for a hike.