This place is well worth the 80k (high season) price tag in my opnion. As an American, its not often we get to be with nature in her natural habitat so it was truly an amazing experience witnessing the monkeys and how they interact with each other when not caged.
Saint Monkey Forest Street is located in Ubu District, Bali, next to the Saint Monkey Forest Park, walking on the street will see monkeys ah, the whole street is mostly selling art, souvenirs shops, there are some cafes, restaurants. The things in this street are a little expensive. Look at them, they are still good. There are not many people who buy them. Saint Monkey Forest Park can be visited. There are not many people in the morning and there are not many tour groups.
It's worth visiting. The monkey is very cute. It must not be as fierce as the Chinese monkey. It must not be fed to him. They also rob things.
Saint Monkey Forest Street should be the road leading to Saint Monkey Forest Park. There are many small shops on both sides of the road. The street is not wide. Many handicraft and delicacies with local characteristics are sold here. The price is low, but the quality is uneven.
It feels a bit like going to Huaguo Mountain. Haha, in fact, the whole forest has their shadow. People selling bananas at the door can tease monkeys. They can put bananas on their heads. Monkeys will climb up to your shoulders to take monkeys from Saint Monkey Park. They are not like Emei Mountain. They are very interesting places.
Free travel, cycling, roadside shops, there are many special doors, photography is good, roadside crafts, the price is not low.
It is said that the monkeys here are very smart, they can rob tourists, so we dare not wear hats and sunglasses. Maybe they came early in the morning, about 10 o'clock. They didn't get up. They only saw one or two monkeys lying there lazily. They gave us a buttock when they saw us taking pictures. Haha, lovely.
Transportation is convenient, scenery is beautiful, local characteristics feel local customs or interesting. In fact, Southeast Asian islands are much the same as the smaller ones in Phuket and Bali. After all, the most mature islands for domestic tourism market are Palau and Fiji, which are more expensive but more cost-effective than Phuket and Bali. Free language without worrying that many hotels have Chinese service. Locals are very enthusiastic and affordable. It's also a good view.