Things to do 13 Mas Tours & Activities

Wondering what to do in Mas, Indonesia? Discover and book Crafts, Traditional Culture, and other experiences to create unforgettable memories during your stay in Mas!

  • Lois Lois

    Learn Traditional Batik Painting

    Learn Traditional Batik Painting The day at this little craft learning place was one of the most enjoyable days we have spent in Bali. And we will be returning to learn more on our next trip. Highly recommend

  • Carol Carol

    Create your own Piece of Silver Jewelry

    Create your own Piece of Silver Jewelry My husband and I absolutely loved this outing! We were made to feel very welcome, and had a lovely morning tea. Then we started on our pieces, and we were very happy that we were both able to come out with something wearable, something to be proud of!

    Thank you for a lovely morning.

  • Phoebe Phoebe

    Create your own Piece of Silver Jewelry

    Create your own Piece of Silver Jewelry I had such a good time at this course! Ayu was a great teacher and a lovely host, and the setting was gorgeous. I came out with a wonderful ring at the end of it! Snacks and a drink were provided, as was transport which was extremely helpful. Would highly recommend :)

  • Amanda Amanda

    Create your own Piece of Silver Jewelry

    Create your own Piece of Silver Jewelry Would highly recommend this to anyone with an interest in jewellery making or just trying something new!

  • Darren Darren

    Learn to Carve Fruits

    Learn to Carve Fruits Had a great time carving a watermelon. The instructor was nice and patient and the workshop was in a great setting. Ended up very happy with my finished design. You are using some very sharp implements so probably not recommended for younger people.

  • Annabel Annabel

    Carve your own Balinese Wood Mask

    Carve your own Balinese Wood Mask He is a great carver, and a nice man.

    But I think the workshop could be improved. I attended by myself. The carver did not introduce himself or talk to me before starting to chop at a block of wood. After a while, I could not think of any questions to ask, so we had no conversation. Possibly language was a barrier.

    During the workshop, he did about 90% of the carving. While the mask looked really good at the end, this was not what I had paid 29 dollars for - I thought I was paying for the experience, not 29 dollars for a mask and piece of paper to take home. I wanted to learn about wood carving, and I wanted to carve. But I was only allowed to carve tiny bits every so often - this was really disappointing. I feel like I spent nearly 3 hours standing around, just watching someone else carve. What was the point?

    I bought this workshop because I have carving tools at home, and I wanted to learn how to use them. But I learned very little from this workshop and it was a quiet, awkward experience.

    Possibly this would have been a better workshop if I hadn't gone alone, or if we could have talked more, but I don't know.

    Here are my suggestions:

    - He needs to begin by introducing himself, and telling the person about woodcarving.
    - The customer should get to carve!! Not just little bits - but lots! I wouldn't care if the mask looked rubbish at the end. I thought I would get to do most of it.
    - There should be more conversation. I ran out of things to ask, but he hardly asked me anything either.

  • Elise Elise

    Learn Traditional Batik Painting

    Learn Traditional Batik Painting This class was very fun! I would go back on a future visit to take some of Ayu's other classes as well :) the center is very peaceful and beautiful and at the end you have a georgous batik of your own creation!

  • Laura Laura

    Create your own Piece of Silver Jewelry

    Create your own Piece of Silver Jewelry Me and my husband decided to do this whilst on our break in Ubud, the experience included transportation which was a bonus. Not knowing what to expect we took the plunge. We both absolutely loved the experience, which took us to a lovely workshop on the outskirts of Ubud overlooking rice fields. The experience was extremely well organised, every little detail and it was nice that to be involved and very hands on. We were also provided with drinks and snacks whilst we worked which was nice. We also got our masterpiece we had made to take home! to treasure forever!

  • Belinda Belinda

    Create your own Piece of Silver Jewelry

    Create your own Piece of Silver Jewelry I had a lovely time making a silver pendant. The host was very helpful with suggestions and with the more fiddly aspects of the design I chose.

    The studio is set in the middle of a rice field so it was a lovely setting away from the crowds of Ubud.

  • Cecilia Cecilia

    Learn the Art of Balinese Lontar weaving

    Learn the Art of Balinese Lontar weaving The class and the place were nice and very kind people. Also the coffee and foods were great. Hope not to forget the knowledge and keep practicing!