We're still on a mission to find the chicest vacations spots around the world. This week, we explore Ubud, a small Indonesian town on the island of Bali. Considered the cultural center of the island typically known for its tourism, this spot stands out as a unique and remote but also quite luxurious destination. A population of only 30,000 is made up of artists and other craftsmen. Visitors can get an inside look at some of the local workshops for a peek at the unique items crafted here and galleries display much of the local artwork. Add in the gorgeous countryside and the historical architecture and Ubud is quite a site to see. Where to go: Visit Goa Gajah, an awe-inspiring cave location that dates back to the village's earliest history in the ninth century. What to see: Agung Rai Museum of Art features works by world renowned Balinese artists as well as those who made Bali their home. Where to stay: Amandari, part of the Aman Resorts family offers a luxury location where you can relax after a day enjoying everything Ubud offers. What to do: Take the Campuhan Ridge Walk for a chance to catch views of the valleys surrounding the village and much more. Where to eat: Warung Saya is an exclusive dining experience with only three tables so be sure you call well ahead for a table -- you won't regret it.