A Day in Eat Pray and Love Movie Scene with lunch
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Pick up at 8 am in your hotel
Your guide will pick you up in the morning from your hotel. From there, you will head to Tegalalang, Ubud Palace, Ubud Market, enjoy a lunch at Cafe Wayan, visit Ketut Liyer's House, and Padang Padang Beach near Uluwatu.You will return to your hotel accommodation at the end of your tour.
During the tour you will see:
In the morning, meet with your tour guide to discover and trace the steps in Ubud and surrounding areas of Julia Roberts and Javier Bardem from scenes of the movie Eat Pray Love. Drive north of Ubud to admire the traditional rice terraces in Tegalalang village. Back to Ubud to visit the Royal Palace via Petulu Village, Built in the 16th century, the Palace is nestled in the heart of the small town of Ubud and is still home to the King and Royal family.Next to the Palace, you will visit Ubud Market, the most popular traditional market in Bali and where author of Eat Pray Love Elizabeth Gilbert found inspiration and love in Bali. Stroll along Ubud Art Market and learn to bargain as all Balinese souvenir stalls have no fixed price and you can find some real gems for a fraction of the original price. Your stroll will lead you to Cafe Wayan, the restaurant featured in Eat Pray Love and where you will enjoy a delicious set menu lunch specially prepared.Afterwards, you will head back to south Bali via Pengosekan and stop by at the late Ketut Liyer’s house where you may have an opportunity to meet with his son as he reads your future (optional) Continuing on next, we head to Padang Padang Beach near Uluwatu Temple. This beautiful beach is located at Labuan Sait that is famous among the surfers and is another location featured in Eat Pray Love. For non-surfers, it is still very enticing as it offers great waves and a white sand beach that stretches hundreds of meters from north to south surrounded by natural scenery.This tour will end at your hotel accommodation for your convenience
Good to know before you go:
A dress code is required to enter places of worship and selected museums. No shorts or sleeveless tops allowed. Knees and shoulders MUST be covered for both men and women. You may risk refused entry if you fail to comply with these dress requirements. Note: Minimum numbers of 2 adults are required