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Thing To Do & See

AJ Hackett Bungy

AJ Hackett Bungy, beside the beach at the Double Six Club in Legian, has a great view of the coast (it means you can't see the hideous tower you're standing on - or bouncing from).

Jamu Traditional Spa

Jamu has a beautifully carved teak-and-stone entry that sets the mood. This gracious spa offers a range of treatments, including a popular Earth Essence Bust Treatment, a Kemiri Nut Scrub and the ever-popular Fruit Peel.Most of the large beachside hotels have spas.

Benoa Marine Recreation

An established water-sports operator.

Rip Curl School of Surf

Run by the high-profile, local surf-wear conglomerate, the school offers classes for beginners and experts alike. Located right on ever-popular Double Six Beach (transport provided). It also offers lessons in kitesurfing and wakeboarding.

Banyan Tree Cycling

Has day-long tours of remote villages in the hills above Ubud. It's locally owned, and the tours (from 450,000Rp) emphasise interaction with villagers. Very popular.

Umalas Stables

Umalas has a stable of 30 horses and ponies and offers 30-minute rice-field rides for US$25, and very popular two-/three-hour beach rides for US$72/102. Lessons can also be arranged.

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