Jaw-dropping views from the pool at Hanging Gardens. Photo courtesy of Marianna Jamadi.
co-founder and photographer Marianna Jamadi is one of our favorite travelers to follow on . Her feed is a continuous stream of the beautiful people and striking places she encounters on her many far-flung adventures. Here's a closer look at the photos she snapped while doing a from Ubud, the cultural center of Bali.
UBUD, Bali – After spending time with family in Java, I island-hopped from Lombok to Gili Trawangan to Bali. I spent the majority of my time in Ubud taking in local culture and sites like Monkey Forest and Tanah Lot. While I visited Bali several times as a child, absorbing it as an adult was an entirely different, enriching experience. From the delicious food to the incredible culture and friendly people, Bali is truly a magical place.
RICE PADDIES, BIG SMILES, AND HINDU OFFERINGS
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The amazing view from the pool at in Ubud, Bali. If it’s not in your budget, stop by for a drink at the bar. You can make reservations to ensure a spot!
A cycling tour is a great way to take in Ubud’s local sites.
Our cycling tour to Mt. Batur started at a coffee and spice plantation where the tasting was almost as fun as the ride.
A light breakfast and glorious views of Mt. Batur.
(also known as Bebek Bengil Restaurant) is a favorite among Ubud visitors for smoked duck and tables overlooking rice fields.
Hindu offerings are scattered throughout Ubud, filling the city with bright colors.
is the spot for ribs. Order a side of mashed potatoes and a dirty martini to compliment your barbecue.
The sweetest moment at Ubud’s . (If you have bananas, they will jump.)
Lush jungle trees. No wonder the monkeys call this home.
Indonesians have the best smiles.
is a great little Airbnb spot that isn't just for couples.
I really love coffee. And there is a lot of it being roasted locally in Bali.
Who wouldn't love a private balcony that looks like this? My headquarters at Ubud’s Onion Collective.
Shop the streets of Ubud and let your nose lead the way.
Head south to check out the famed temple Tanah Lot.
A local pup at The Onion Collective.
These are some beauties. Shops galore on the streets of Ubud.
An icy dessert drink hits the spot when it's hot.
Whether it’s daily or ceremonial, Bali is always laced in tradition.
Soap from a local market always makes a great gift.
The Balinese know how to roast coffee beans for the perfect cup of "Kopi Bali.”
A holy spring water bath in Tirtha Empul where I learned about Hindu offering traditions.
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