Ubud, a town in central Bali, is located in Indonesia. Surrounded by rice fields, Ubud also known as the ‘Heartland of Bali’ is a popular tourist attraction. With a population of around 8,000 inhabitants, it is also the arts and cultural centre of Bali.
Ubud has a mild and favourable climate throughout the year. The dry season from May to September is warm and pleasant, while the rainy season between October and April is characterised by tropical showers.
During the tenth and the twelfth centuries, Shivaite holy men established hermitages and monasteries near Ubud. Many of the dances, music and superstitions originated during this period.
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Denpasar, Bali’s capital city, has many community temples called Pura.
One is the Pura Jagatnatha Museum dedicated to Sang Hyang Widi Wasa, the Supreme