3 Days Itinerary in Ubud and Around, Bali

Ubud is Bali’s heart and soul, with so many things to do, you can easily spend 3 days here. Geographically it is also located in the center of southern Bali. Ubud can seem to offer too much sometimes, with rice fields to traverse, traditional dances to relish, art museums and galleries to explore, cooking courses and yoga classes to join and traditional markets and villages to discover.

In this 3 days itinerary in Ubud, you will explore in depth the village of Ubud with a full day walking tour, and then a day around the tourist attractions of Ubud and lastly a short excursion out to caves and rice fields.

Ubud Itinerary Map

Day 1 – walking tour of Ubud village

Today would be a walking tour day in the village of Ubud. The best starting point is the public market (pasar umum). This market is a mesmesrizing place itself, offering many things in a bargain, from T-shirts and bangles to tea leaves and bananas. Start here before 8 am to catch the mass local produce before they disappear as the souvenir stalls take over.

Lady selling flowers at the Market @ Ubud, Bali

Lady selling flowers at the Market at Ubud, Bali. Photo by David Stanley

From the market walk to the opposite to Ubud Palace, also known as Puri Saren Agung, to admire the architecture and the gamelan instruments on display. These instruments are used in the evening’s traditional dance performance.

Continuing down the main road you will see Pura Dalem Ubud temple, closed to the public but good to admire from the outside. Further on is Pura Taman Saraswati, a majestic temple with a pond full of lotus flowers. Close by here is the Museum Puri Lukisan if you are keen on a collection of works by local and foreign artists inspired by Bali.

Walk down Jalan Raya Ubud to Panestanan and spend some time here enjoying the peace, passing yoga and meditation centers. From here you can choose either to explore the nature by doing one of the best walks in Bali at Campuhan ridge or get a motor taxi (ojek) and head to Neka Art Musuem for its marvelous artworks and lush gardens. End the day with dinner, drinks and dance at Jazz Cafe Tebesya.

Legong and Barong Traditional Dances, Ubud, Bali

Legong and Barong Traditional Dances. Photo by Arian Zwegers

Day 2 – Around Ubud

Wake up early morning and head to the popular Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary in Ubud. This is a lush jungle dotted with temples, transporting tourists away from the urban sprawl of Ubud. Exit through the southern gate to Nyuhkuning, a charming village renowned for its wood carvings. This village is also a good place for cycling (bike available for rent here) due to its flat roads.

Then head south to the magnificent Aung Rai Museum of Art with expansive collections and beautiful gardens. From here head to Jalan Suweta for lunch of the famous roast pig (babi guling) of Ubud at Ibu Oka. After that walk off the meal at Botanic Garden (open 8 am to 6 pm daily). Turn up at the main street of Petulu between 4-5pm to watch the flocking of thousands of herons and egrets there. End the day with a sumptuous dinner at Bali Buddha.

Monkey Forest, Ubud, Bali

Monkey Forest at Ubud

Day 3 – Day trip excursions from Ubud

Today we will discover the wonders that surround the Ubud city starting with Goa Gajah Cave. This mysterious and fascinating cave is known for its T-shaped that was created over a thousand years ago. It contains Hindu and Buddhist artefacts and bizarre carvings around the entrance.A travel tip is to come here early before 9 am to escape the crowds from tours.

Next head on to Gunung Kawi, where massive shrines are carved into cliffs surrounded by stunning landscapes. Not far down from here is the Kafe Kawi, a perfect place for lunch. Further on. we head to Tirta Empul, one of the top 10 temples to visit in Bali, with a complex of pools, temples and gardens. Th hot water springs are regarded as holy in Bali and have the magical power to heal, resulting in its invasion by locals and tourists alike.

Head west and ride down the beautiful road to Kendaran, with sloping coconut palms flanked by padi fields and volcanic mountains. At the end of the road, turn north to Tegallalang, a village handicraft shops. Return in time to Ubud to catch a traditional dance performance with live music. This is a must to sum up your experience in Ubud.

Rice fields terraces, Tegalalang, Ubud, Bali

Rice fields terraces at Tegalalang. Photo by Pandu Adnyana

Top 10 Tourist Attractions in Bali

Quickly becoming the top destination in Indonesia, and even in Asia, Bali has a lot of tourist attractions to offer. Since it is well trodden by tourists from near and far, the wonders here despite its crowd, are world class and definitely worth the hustle for. Here you can find a good range and variety of attractions, such as beautiful ancient temples, rice fields, romantic sunset dinners, traditional dances, mountains and beaches. What more can one ask for during traveling with choices from art to culture to nature that are sure to please every sense of wonder and exploration?

There are definitely more than just 10 attractions in Bali but here is a list of the top ones for you.

Side view of Pura Tanah Lot Temple, Bali, Indonesia

Side view of Pura Tanah Lot Temple. Photo by Vladimir E

Pura Tanah Lot Temple

Arguably the most popular tourist attraction in Bali, Tanah Lot temple definitely lives up to its fame, with its dramatic setting. It is one of the six revered, cardinal temples of Bali and is dedicated to the Goddess of the Sea. Located at the edge of the rocks, it gives a breathtaking view and looks, especially during sunset. The temple itself is 100m offshore and is only accessible to the Hindus. It cannot be reached by anyone during the high tide. The cliff-side path to the north passes the Pura Enjung Galuh temple (behind which are the best views of Tanah Lot) and then some steps down to the beach and onwards to Pura Batu Bolong temple perched atop a rocky headland.

Kecak Dance at Bali, Indonesia, Indonesia

Kecak Dance at Bali. Photo by Meru Muhammad

Kecak Dance

Kecak dance is one of the traditional dance and musical drama in Bali that is enchanting and one of the top attractions to tourists. This dance is from the legend of Legong and Barong, a dance from the south of Bali, with a story of a never-ending battle between good and evil. It is more commonly known as the fire dance that is set to impress. The best place to watch it is on the temple grounds of Puri Dalem Taman Kaja, where you will find an authentic atmosphere and setting. Another popular place to watch this dance is at Tanah Lot temple, with a dramatic setting.

Pura Luhur Uluwatu Temple, Bali Indonesia

Pura Luhur Uluwatu Temple, Bali. Photo by melburnian

Pura Luhur Uluwatu Temple

Pura Luhur Uluwatu or Uluwatu Temple is a famous Balinese sea temple in Bali. It is one of the nine directional temples of Bali meant to protect it from evil spirits. This spectacular temple is one to marvel with as it perched at the edge of the rock overlooking the sea as if on guard. The inner sanctum of the pura (temple) is perched at the edge of steep cliffs which tower over Bali’s legendary surf breaks at the south. Most travelers enjoy the view of this temple from two different vantage points, from both northern and southern part of the area.



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Pura Ulun Danu Bratan temple

Lake Bratan’s temple, called Pura Ulun Danu Bratan and also known as the Floating Temple, is one of the most mesmerizing temples in Bali. The gorgeous volcanic lake of Danau Bratan is also the favourite of many local tourists but not as well known with foreigners, therefore relatively still unknown, it is a true gem to discover. What makes it truly special is that since it caters for the local tourists, weekdays here would be the best time to enjoy the lake and the park at peace.

Pura Ulun Danu Temple at Lake Bratan, Bali, Indonesia

Pura Ulun Danu Temple at Lake Bratan, Bali. Photo by whyyan

Rice fields of Tegalalang

The rice fields of Tegalalang near Ubud is one of the top attractions in Bali because of its beautiful landscapes. Lined with rice terraces, running through with brilliantly blue streams with dramatic limestones and valleys as a backdrop, the view is an unforgettable one. The best way to explore this area is on a motorbike so that you can feel the cool refreshing wind while you hear every sound and see every sight in person. At the northeast of Tegalalang, you will find the classic rice terraces that are so revered all over Asia. Riding here will keep you well entranced as you see the greeneries stretch out as far as the eye can see. If you are not keen on motorbike, then you may find one of the rice fields trekking tours that will take you around.

Rice fields terraces, Tegalalang, Ubud, Bali

Rice fields terraces

Ubud’s Monkey Forest

Thanks to its good location at the famous Ubud, Monkey Forest is one of the most visited tourist attractions in Bali. This area of lush forest is perched at the bottom end of a busy shopping street. It is home to hundreds of cute but cheeky Balinese Macaques. Be careful though of your belongings as they can be menacing. Tickets to the sanctuary include a useful map with locations and explanations of the three temples located there. It is well worth a visit and noted for its good maintenance by the local community. The forest is also home to 115 species of rare plants that are used for religious and medicinal purposes.

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Monkey Forest, Ubud, Bali attractions

Monkey Forest, Ubud. Photo by ValeriosVeo

Ayana bar on rocks

We had two temples on the cliff, and now we get to drink off a bar perched on yet another cliff at Ayana bar resort * in Bali. This bar is known as the best bar in Bali, having a long line of people daily trying to get in and have a drink or two with some bites (which is surprisingly good) while overlooking the sea crashing into the rocks below. Think about drinking, chilling and also dancing atop a cliff with the roaring sea stretching behind you to infinity while you watch white water crashed onto the side of the wall creating a spectacular natural show. If you decide which is the one bar you must go to in Bali, Ayana bar on the rocks is the place. You may get special access to the bar as a guest of Ayana Resort and Spa or RIMBA Jimbaran by Ayana *.

Bar on rocks @ Ayana, Bali

Bar on rocks at Ayana, Bali. Photo by Fabien LE JEUNE

Mount Batur

One of the more popular mountains in Bali, Mount Batur is an active volcano standing at 1700m, many travelers hike a do this short but can be quite tough 2 hours hike up the mountain to have a sunrise view over Bali and its surrounding islands. Getting here from Ubud might take some time but the climb and the view of the landscape and Lake Batur is all worth it in the end. It is also one of the popular activities to do when you are visiting Bali long enough to get bored of the beaches and sea and want to do some excursions.

Hike Volcano Mountain Batur, Bali, Indonesia

Hike Mount Batur, Bali. Photo by Kevin Poh

Kuta Beach

Further down the line from the city Kuta is the Kuta beach. Thanks to its location, this is definitely one of the beach that almost every tourist in Bali would visit. The waves are higher here and the currents are strong making it a perfect beach for surfers. The beach is always crowded with locals or tourist, mostly for the vibe and energy that circles around here. At night you can find the Kuta beach parties among the beach clubs that are guaranteed to entertain. The local Hard Rock Cafe Bali is situated here so you can eat, drink and party whole day and night. Best hotels with quick access to Kuta Beach would be either the famous Poppies Bali * at Kuta or D’Kubu Legian Hotel * at Legian.

Kuta Beach, Bali, Indonesia

Kuta Beach, Bali. Photo by Kojach

Sunset dining at Jimbaran

One of the most popular meal in Bali for every tourist is the romantice seaside dining at Jimbaran Bay. Walk down along this beach and you will find it dotted with warungs and candle-lit tables like mushrooms after the rain. Here you can dine on fresh seafood like prawns, squids and fishes fresh of the sea onto your table, almost literally. Couple it by feasting over the sun setting over the horizon make this authentic setting much more atmospheric. Unsurprisingly, as one of the popular area for people to stay, Jimbaran hotels * are people’s favourite.

Seafood dining at Jimbaran Bay, Bali, Indonesia

Seafood dining at Jimbaran Bay, Bali. Photo by Güldem Üstün

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Top 10 Things to Do in Sanur, Bali

Finding things to do in Sanur, this charming seaside town of Bali, may seem not possible as it is on the quieter side. Backing onto a long strip of sandy beach, it lacks the pounding waves of other areas of Bali which makes it a good pick for relaxed swimming and a safe spot for a beach holiday with children. There is a good range of accommodation options in Sanur * as well as a plethora of eateries where you can truly enjoy and dine freshly caught seafood as you take in the beachside views close by.

Sanur does not have many attractions as such, like temples or galleries, but there are still several spots of interest here. One of its charms is its laid back atmosphere without the crowds and throbbing nightlife of areas like Kuta. If you are travelling with a family or simply want to spend some time in a calmer corner of Bali, then Sanur has everything you need.

Here are some of the things you can do in Sanur, yourself or with your family, besides chilling around:

Boat at Sanur Beach, Bali, Indonesia

Boat at Sanur Beach. Photo by Exaudi Ebennezer

View the Blanjong Pillar

The Blanjong Pillar has the claim to fame of being the oldest historical relic in Bali as it dates from 914 AD. If you enjoy uncovering hidden archaeological finds then the pillar is well with a stop when you are in Sanur. The pillar is an inscription related to the first king of Bali named Sri Kesari Waemadewa although it has still not been fully translated due to the ancient Sanskrit and Balinese scripts engraved on the stone. The pillar is located down an unmarked lane off Jalan Danau Poso. Walk down the street until you are facing Pura Belanjong and it is the alleyway directly on the left of the pura.

Belanjong Pillar of Sanur, Bali, Indonesia

Belanjong Pillar of Sanur, Bali. Photo by PHGCOM, via Wikimedia Commons

Try out kitesurfing

Sanur doesn’t have any waves which mean that it is often overlooked by those who want to surf in favour of other spots like Kuta and Uluwatu. Many people don’t realise however that Sanur is well known for its water sports and its strong winds make it the perfect place to try your hand at kite surfing. Many of the beaches in Sanur offer kitesurfing activities where you can glide through the water while strapped to a billowing kite.

Kitesurfing / Windsurfing at Sanur, Bali, Indonesia

Kitesurfing / Windsurfing at Sanur

Visit Museum Le Mayeur

Museum Le Mayeur used to be the home of a Belgian expatriate who moved to Bali to make impressionist art. Adrien-Jean Le Mayeur de Merpres lived in Bali until 1958 and his home has now been turned into a showcase of his work. Many of his pieces are portraits of his wife, a famous Balinese dancer name Ni Wayan Polok Tjoeglik. After the death of Le Mayeur, the house became a museum. You can also enjoy the garden and the traditional Balinese compound that the collection is set in.

Eat good local food at Jalan Danau Poso

The centre of Sanur is surprisingly small and there are basically two main roads in the form of Jalan Danau Tamblingan and Jalan Danau Poso. It is on Jalan Danau Poso that you will find some of the best restaurants in Sanur, and many of these focus on local bites rather than Western fare. Look out for Warung Dapur Sanur and Warung Jawa which offer up cheap but delicious Indonesian nasi campur, mixed rice with curries and side dishes.

-> Check out our Top 6 Local Restaurants (Warung) to eat in Sanur

Warung Dapur at Sanur, Bali, Indonesia

Warung Dapur at Sanur, Bali. Photo by Balikutours

Shop on Jalan Danau Tamblingan

The centre of Sanur is quite compact and much of the action takes place on the main artery of Jalan Danau Tamblingan. Here you will find a huge range of arts and crafts shops selling gifts and souvenirs including traditional Balinese trinkets like colourful kites, masks, and wood carvings.

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Visit the Griya Santrian Gallery

The Griya Santrian Gallery is part of the Griya Santrian Boutique Hotel and is the only real gallery space that you will find in Sanur. The gallery has a range of rotating exhibitions that feature the work of local artists as well as events such as book launches and other arts related showcases. In the past, collections have included paintings, sculpture, photography and even Balinese textiles.

Enjoy the beachfront promenade

One of the signature features of Sanur is the paved path that runs along its coastline. Unlike other parts of Bali which are tricky to walk around, Sanur is the ideal place to go for a stroll. If you are travelling with children then the promenade makes walking around easy even with a stroller. You can hike pretty much the entire length of Sanur along the path. The best times of the day to visit are early morning before the sun gets too fierce and at night under the stars.

A nice walk at Sanur's beachfront promenade, Bali, Indonesia

A nice walk at Sanur’s beachfront promenade. Photo by Matt Croxson, via Wikimedia Commons

Sign up for a dive class

You can’t dive in Sanur exactly but there are a few good dive sites that are just a short boat ride away. If you want to learn to dive, there are a wide range of dive shops and classes to choose from here. The waters close to Sanur are known for teeming with underwater life like puffer fish, lion fish, moray eels, and pygmy seahorses.

Diving at Sanur, Bali, Indonesia

Diving at Sanur, Bali. Photo by Ilse Reijs and Jan-Noud Hutten

Visit the Turtle Conservation and Education Centre

The Turtle Conservation and Education Centre is nestled on Serangan Island, close to Sanur and is the place to come if you love turtles. The centre is on a mission to educate visitors of the dangers facing turtles in Bali. They also rescue sick or injured turtles before releasing them back into the wild. This is a great stop especially if you are travelling with young children, who will enjoy seeing the cute baby turtles which are born at the centre. You can also spend the rest of your time of Serangan Island exploring a quieter and less visited part of Bali.

A turtle in a sanctuary at Bali, Indonesia

A turtle in a sanctuary at Bali. Photo by Steve Deeves

Soak up the sun at Pantai Indah

Sanur has a long stretch of coastline but the sands here are actually separated into different beaches. It is not clear here where the one beach ends and another begins. As a rule of thumb, one of the best beaches in Sanur is Pantai Indah which is located half way along the main road of Jalan Danau Tamblingan. The best way to get here is the access point in front of Bali Deli which will also take you to Warung Pantai Indah, a beachside cafe. In this cafe, you can also get a range of dishes like tasty satay, curries, and fresh juices or a cold bottle of beer.

Sunrise at Sanur Beach, Bali, Indonesia

Sunrise at Sanur Beach

Beside relaxing and spending your time on the beach in Sanur, you find that there are also quite a number of other activities to choose from. If you are thinking whether to stay in Sanur * during your holiday in Bali, whether you’re on a couple trip or a family trip with kids, you can see that Sanur may be just the place to be.

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Top 5 Fine Dining Restaurants in Bali

Bali has an exciting and vibrant culinary scene, inclusive of many fine dining restaurants. The dining choices here are growing year upon year. Although this is a good news for food lovers, it also means that there are too many choices and it is difficult to know where to start. There are, of course, a huge number of small local warungs and cafes still, but if you are looking for fine dining as a special treat, then Bali certainly won’t let you down.

Here are our recommended top 5 fine dining restaurants in Bali.

Swept Away Restaurant at The Samaya Ubud

Swept Away Restaurant is part of The Samaya Ubud * that overlooks a picturesque river in Ubud. If you are looking for a relaxing lunch or dinner surrounded by nature then this is one of the best choices in Bali.

Swept Away Restaurant, Samaya Ubud, fine dining Bali, Indonesia

Swept Away Restaurant, Bali. Photo by Samaya Ubud

You can try its toothsome lunch menu with highlights such as Pulled Chicken in Rice Paper Rolls at IDR 90,000 or the late afternoon snack menu with a range of tapas options like mini burgers and satay. These tapas tasting plates begin at IDR 40,000.

In the evening you will find a dinner menu that starts at IDR 550,000 for 4 courses or IDR 650,000 for 6 courses. The dishes on this menu include fine dining favourites like wagyu beef, lobster, and crab. If you are looking to treat yourself while you are in Bali then this is a great spot to choose.

Opening Hours: 11:00–22.00
Address: Jl. Raya Sayan, Sayan, Ubud, Bali
Telephone: +62 0361 973606

Blanco par Mandif, Ubud

Blanco par Mandif is known for its delicious local Indonesian food that is served with a modern twist. The restaurant sits in the cultural capital of Bali, Ubud. It operates out of the beautiful Blanco Renaissance Museum overlooking the mighty Tjampuhan River. As it can only seat 10 diners at one time, it is the perfect place if you are looking for an intimate and relaxed dining experience.

Fine Dine at Blanco Par Mandif, Bali, Indonesia

Fine Dine at Blanco Par Mandif, Ubud. Photo by Blanco Par Mandif

At Blanco par Mandif, you will find local ingredients sourced from across Bali. Their signature dishes and Indonesian desserts are typically a street food, known as Jajanan Pasar. Some of these are the Balinese duck and Lapis Legit, which is a kind or layer cake and Lepet, a sticky rice dish served with coconut milk. You can expect prices to begin at IDR 850,000 for a seven-course degustation menu, IDR 950,000 for the nine-course degustation menu, and IDR 1,100,000 for the twelve-course menu. The menu comes with wine, so while the prices may seem a little steep they are actually quite reasonable for the amount of food and drinks provided.

Opening Hours: 12:00–14:00, 18:00–20:30, 21:00– 24:00
Address: Kompleks Museum Blanco, Jl. Raya Tjampuhan, Ubud, Bali
Telephone: +62 0361 702222

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The Dava Bar & Grill at Ayana Resort, Jimbaran

The Dava Bar & Grill at the AYANA Resort & Spa * is located in pretty Jimbaran and is styled as a steak house and seafood grill. The restaurant looks out over the glittering ocean below and is famous for its sunset vistas.

View over Ayana Bar, fine dining Bali, Indonesia

View over Ayana Bar. Photo by Simon_sees

The emphasis here is on delicious meat and seafood. You can get dishes such as the Stockyard Silver Label Wagyu Tenderloin (IDR 180,000 for 120 grams), or the Canadian Lobster (IDR 830,000). You can also try a traditional Indonesian dish called Babi Guling (IDR 350,000), which is suckling pig that has been slow cooked for hours. The restaurant’s desserts, such as the passion fruit soufflé (IDR 130,000) and the vacherin (IDR 90,0000) that incorporate local tropical fruits, are also well loved.

Opening Hours: 07:00 – 11.00 and 18.30 – 23.00
Address: AYANA Resort and Spa Bali, Jl. Karang Mas Sejahtera, Jimbaran, Bali
Telephone: +62 0361 702222

Boneka Restaurant at St. Regis, Nusa Dua

Boneka Restaurant is located inside the beautiful St. Regis Hotel *. It is covered with puppet imagery, as ‘boneka’ means ‘puppet’ in Indonesian.

St. Regis Hotel pool, fine dining Bali, Indonesia

St. Regis Hotel pool, Bali. Photo by Wicker Paradise

As this restaurant is open all day, you can start early with the buffet breakfast. One of the well known dishes are its smoked fish, oysters, and sashimi. You can also opt for decadent bites like the lobster omelette or the lobster ragout filled egg. Bruch packages begin at IDR 690,000 which includes cocktails at the iconic King Cole Bar.

If you dine in the evening, you can enjoy another buffet which has lobster, steak, and oysters. It also comes with tasting plates such as short ribs with truffle oil potato puree. This buffet package is IDR 790,000 excluding drinks. The price may be steep but it will definitely be an unforgettable experience.

Opening Hours: Breakfast 07.00 – 11.00, Brunch 12.00 – 15.00, Dinner 18.00- 22.00
Address: St Regis Bali Kawasan Pariwisata Lot S6, Nusa Dua, Bali
Telephone: +62 0361 3006796

Sangkar Restaurant at Bulgari Resort, Uluwatu

For some opulent fine dining with stunning sea views, you can consider the Sangkar Restaurant at Bulgari Resort Bali* in Uluwatu. The restaurant is located on the side of a cliff offering some of the best vistas across Bali.

Fine dining at Bulgari Resort, Bali, Indonesia

Fine dining at Bulgari Resort, Bali. Photo by Simon_sees

There are lunch and dinner menus which feature a range of Indonesian ingredients served with a modern twist. Sample dishes are tuna and scallops cooked in Balinese chilli paste (IDR 195,000) and Satay Lilit (IDR 165,000), minced fish grilled over hot coals.

If you are in the mood to splurge, you can opt for the Gourmet Lobster Menu, costing IDR 1,320,000. It comes with three dishes that feature lobster and a dessert including a glass of sparkling wine. If you prefer a more local flavour, then the Balinese Dining Experience Menu, costing IDR 1,320,000 will not disappoint, pairing Balinese dishes a glass of local wine. Some of the dishes are seared prawns in traditional coconut broth and grilled giant prawns rubbed with Balinese spices. This restaurant delivers an amazing fine dining experience in one of the most spectacular settings in Bali.

Opening Hours:12:00 – 15.00 and 18.00 – 23.00
Address: Bulgari Hotel & Resorts Bali, JL. Goa Lempeh, Uluwatu, Pecatu, Bali
Telephone: +62 0361 8471000

As you can see, there are many fine dining options in Bali. Whether you are in Bali for honeymoon or in the mood to celebrate and indulge, you can be sure that Bali has enough choices for you to pamper yourself and your loved ones. If you are a food lover, these restaurants will be sure to impress your palate and well worth your money.

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