It really depends on your own interests and style...a few suggestions, not necessarily in order ,,but there are many other ideas that I am not listing..
day trip up to Bedugul (temple in the lake, botanical gardens, Jatiluwih rice terraces, etc..it's a good full day trip and you can adjust it depending on your interests..eg visiting other temples etc.. Also there is a Treetops park in the Botanical Garden that some people like..
Day trip to Kinitamani and combine it with a hike up the mountain or do it as a bike trip with other stops in surrounding area
Ubud has wonderful spas and you should try a different one each day for diffferent treatments
Museums: Neka Museum, Mask and Puppet Museumm ARMA etc
Walks in rice fields, or river rafting, or elephant park or Bird and Reptile park, etc.. And of course along the way on your travels there are many temples you can visit.
Ubud has 65 diffferent gamelan and Balinese dance performances in various village locations every week. See a different one every evening...but do not go tot the one at the Ubud Palace as that one has too many bussed in tourists. The Ubud tourist info office has a good list or your hotel most likely has a copy and they can describe each different dance to you.
If you are here when there are any temple ceremonies happening do try to attend one or there might be a procession going past that you can watch.. The Balinese Hindu culture is the most interesting part of a trip to Bali and Ubud is a great place to glimpse it.
while in ubud you can visit temple, lake, zoo, elephant ride rafting etc...... for eat place try bebek tepisawah restaurant serving crispy duck in the rice paddy field nice location........... enjoy!!!
Shopping on Hanoman St, Jewellery Course at Studio Perak studioperak.com/bali_studioperak_shop.php, cycling tour which includes breakfast at Kintamani, visit coffee plantation, cycle through villages followed by lunch in family compound (I liked Jegeg Cycling tours http://www.jegegbalicycling.com). Of course lots of massages and delicious restaurants! Made's Warung near the bridge, or Bridges have nice scenery, food and atmosphere. Try not to jam too much in, relax and enjoy the Ubud vibe!
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