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Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary

#4 of 129 things to do in Ubud Features Animals
Ubud 80571, Indonesia
+62 361 971304
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In this unusual place of worship, mischievous simians throng among sacred temples and lush greenery.
  • Excellent45%
  • Very good38%
  • Average14%
  • Poor2%
  • Terrible1%
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“buy bananas” (951 reviews)
“be careful” (1,418 reviews)
“cheeky monkeys” (427 reviews)
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Hours Today: 8:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
Ubud 80571, Indonesia
+62 361 971304
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

I really liked this beautiful forest, it's is so nice, not only because of monkeys, but because of beautiful trees and surroundings. Monkeys are very cute! I enjoyed my time here.

Reviewed yesterday

Average place with just lots of monkeys all around trying to steal your bags, or just loitering around. A small waterfall inside was ok but again average. Very expensive entrance tickets just to see the monkeys! Good place for taking pics with them.

Thank chanda01
Reviewed yesterday

Beautiful location and lots of nice views in this forest. We had always planned to go to monkey forest as we had heard so much about it. It was nice to see how free they monkeys are and how many staff were there to ensure...More

Thank Amyruby90
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

It was a very well maintained place for monkeys to live in. It's fun to watch them live in their natural habitat with little fear of humans. Suggest you don't carry any eatables, not even a bottle of water that the monkeys can see! Good...More

2  Thank Swati R
Reviewed yesterday

Lots of monkey groups within a large site in stunning scenery, a bit touristy in terms of the amount of people there and a lady selling bananas and taking photos, but if you walk away from the main temple areas it feels a bit more...More

Thank Wendy D
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

I was looking forward to the monkey forest but, reflecting back on this morning's visit, it was a bit disappointing. Yes you see monkeys, but we had seen a lot already along Balinese countryside roads. Lots of tourists but most of them behaved well (although...More

Thank mvtmjsun
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

I walked in right after a (feeding?) ceremony, so lots of food was still there to feed to the monkeys. I was a bit scared of them since I find them a bit unpredictable, but they left me alone :-)

Thank AMO_NL
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Generally tame monkey but watch out for the Alpha male. As he can be pretty aggressive when it's come to food.

Thank oldboy-zt
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

I just visited monkey forrest Ubud and that was nice to walk around the wild monkeys and you can feed them too with bananas you can buy from the staff there. But be aware of it is wild monkeys.

Thank Lennart S
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Excellent fun if you do the right thing and follow the guidelines to interact with the monkeys. Have your camera ready

Thank Leanne M
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how much is the entrance fee?
June 19, 2017|
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Response from TaiJiFitness | Reviewed this property |
hi, 50.000 rupia it means 7€ +-
Is it best to book a tour or just pay on the door? Has anyone been who stayed on Kuta? This is where we will be staying but unsure of the best way to get there, how much would a taxi be? Thanks!
June 12, 2017|
Response from Sally C |
Dear Keeleysian I would like to inform you , you can purchase the tickets same day with your visit, we have no booking services . i think the price for taxi to get here is around IDR300.000. thank you
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