Ubud District

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Ubud District (Indonesian:Kecamatan Ubud) is a district (kecamatan) in Gianyar Regency, Bali, Indonesia. Its area is 42.38 km2. The permanent population is 69,361 people as of 2010 census,[1] but at any given time there are large numbers of temporary residents and tourists.

Neighboring districts are: Tegallalang and Payangan districts to the north, Tampaksiring district to the north-east, Sukawati district to the south, all four within Gianyar Regency, and Abiansemal district of Badung Regency to the West.

Villages in Ubud include the villages (Kelurahan and Desa) of Ubud, Kedewatan, Mas, Peliatan, and Sayan.

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