Alas Kedaton Bali is a protected forest area with an area of approximately 12 hectares. In addition to the many trees, you will see many monkeys around the forest area. In this forest, there is also a temple called Alas Kedaton temple.
The main attraction of this attraction lies in apes that inhabit forest areas, numbering about 2,000 tails. Therefore when you enter the gate, you will be welcomed by these monkeys.
The monkeys here are very tame and familiar with human existence. They will not attack you, as long as you don't act rude to them. Although these monkeys are benign, but still wild animals, it is advisable to remain cautious especially with luggage to put in bags and hidden. Such as wallets, handphone, glasses, earrings, and other small items.
It is possible that these monkeys will be attracted to your belongings, so be careful! So that you can enjoy a vacation, instead of thinking about lost items.
If you like, bring a little food you can feed the monkeys, like bananas or nuts. If you have provided food, then you have the opportunity to take pictures with them.
Alas Kedaton Monkey Forest is located in the village of Kukuh, Marga district, Tabanan Regency. If departs from the Kuta beach area, it will take around 1 hour 10 minutes.