There are no gay-only resorts in Ubud due to their smaller gay populartion but you will find several gay-friendly hotels and exotic resorts within rainforests and rise terraces!
Since Ubud is not a gay scene destination in Bali, you will not find exclusive gay hotspots. However, you will find some gay-friendly bars and places to relax with your partner, family, or friends! There is a bit of a secret bar called The Round Bar, a unique hangout with organized events more tailored towards those in teh LGBTQ+ community. The Campuhan Ridge Walk is a beautiful easy hike with views of rice fields and valleys. This is similar to the Rice Fields Walk towards Sari Organik farm with tons of cafes along the way to chill and relax. The Elephant is a beautiful vegetarian restaurant with a view of the Campuhan Ridge. You can also bike down Mount Batur, a volcano, and continue biking throughout the countryside. The Monkey Forest is a top attraction in Ubud, but some are afraid to walk up to the monkeys. Tirta Empul Water Temple is a temple with holy waters for religious individuals to bathe in. Tegenungan Waterfall is a smaller waterfall with stunning scenery and is close to the Hidden Canyon, a dangerous but interesting sight to see. The Balinese art and Neka Art Museum is a part of Ubud's artsy vibe, where you can buy or view artwork. Spas in Ubud are very popular and relaxing, and some recommendations for these include Sang Spa 2 and Cantika. The Museum Puri Lukisan is one of the best museums to visit for modern art. Pura Taman Saraswati is a cute temple dedicated to the Hindu goddess of wisdom, Dewi Saraswati, with beautiful carvings all over the building.