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Monkey Forest Ubud


This cool and dense swath of jungle is inhabited by a band of over 1000
grey-haired and greedy long-tailed Balinese macaques who are nothing like the innocent-looking, cute monkeys on the brochures. Thus, here are some tips for your monkey encounters: don’t stare male alphas in the eyes, don’t smile or show them teeth as they see it as agressive, don’t try feeding them without a guide, and don’t carry plastic bottles or something that they can easily grab from you. The forest also has some beautiful statues and temples making it a great location for your photos. 80.000 IDR ($5.7)


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  • axmulya
    a month ago

    At first I didn't dare, because I was afraid that the monkeys were aggressive, afraid to bite, scratch or be grabbed, but it turns out that there are many handlers who are ready to help, even if you want to take a selfie with the monkeys, you can ask for help, don't forget to give tips to the handler if you have extra money, but it's not okay.. . The place is shady, cool If you don't want a lot of visitors, come in the morning around 9-10am. Because when it's over 10, it starts to get crowded HTM 60Rb Be careful with your luggage, try to bring a few things such as bags, crackle bags, etc. or even food that attracts monkeys to be nosy...

  • dian hilmi nugraha
    dian hilmi nugraha
    6 months ago

    Expensive. The entry is 60k per person. 3 year old child pays. Narrow place. wild monkey

  • Gung Dipa
    Gung Dipa
    2 weeks ago

    cool for concerts

  • azarine yusriyah fahima

    free travel with bus friends

  • Леся Соломонова

    entry at the time of writing the comment 80,000 rupees. the territory is huge. monkeys 1034 from small to old. in the afternoon it was not very crowded

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