Wednesday, November 13, 2013

The Ubud Village Resort & Spa, Bali, Indonesia

Bali is a small island in Indonesia, a magical place, known worldwide due to its rich culture and mesmerizing landscapes. The province covers a few smaller neighbouring islands, notably Nusa Penida, as well as the island of Bali itself. It is located at the westernmost end of the Lesser Sunda Islands, between Java to the west and Lombok to the east. One of the country's 34 provinces, Bali has its capital at Denpasar towards the south of the island. With a population recorded as 3,890,757 in the 2010 census, and currently 4.22 million, the island is home to most of Indonesia's Hindu minority.

For today, we will present Ubud Hanging Gardens Hotel, a man-made attraction. The most striking of the hotel’s design features is a large, multi-leveled infinity pool, with curves that are said to copy the shape and beauty of the hills nearby.

What to See

The Ubud Village Resort & Spa, Bali, Indonesia

The Ubud Village is a name that celebrates the beauty of nature and traditional culture of Bali in Ubud. Resorts have become a home away from home for international travellers for more than twenty years as one of the first boutique hotels in the village of Ubud. A wide range of accommodations and services are offered at two different locations, Ubud Village Hotel on Monkey Forest Road and The Ubud Village Resort & Spa in Nyuh Kuning.

The Ubud Village Resort & Spa, Bali, Indonesia

Ubud is a cultural centre where the natural beauty of rice terraces and river valleys are set against a panorama of spectacular mountains. Many traditional activities abound in the area including temples and ceremonies, music and dance, arts and crafts, cooking and dining. Travellers can explore the village by walking or cycling to see traditional community life, houses, temples, museums, shops and galleries. Yoga, meditation, spa and health retreat can be perfectly experienced here in peace and tranquility.

The Ubud Village Resort & Spa, Bali, Indonesia

Guests can swim at the edge and enjoy peaceful vistas of the ancient Pura Penataran Dalem Segara temple, located on the opposite hillside. Decks adorn the pool, offering visitors a chance to relax in the sun, while contemplating. Taking full advantage of the setting, the resort was built on wooden pillars among the steep rice fields of Ubud. This way, each of the 38 luxury private pool villas is perfectly integrated in this scenic environment.

The Ubud Village Resort & Spa, Bali, Indonesia

You can consider this a perfect Balinese hideaway for romantic couples and honeymooners, or a comfortable family retreat. Either way, this tropical paradise plays with senses and provides experiences beyond imagination.


  1. It's indeed a paradise and was beyond of my imagination that I would be able to dived into such a travel tempting view. Probably, Bali is not only popular in Asia also is famous to the countries throughout the world for some especial features especially for its natural attractions. The Ubud village resort and spa in bali, Indonesia you texted here was surely one of my favorite reads and sweet experiences. I badly like to stay in a home like this. The insight and outside views described in this post were incredibly outstanding and also the catching images inserted ware full of beauty hunting adventures to me. The room decoration and blue water in the pool look so appealing and attractive. This might be well enough to attract the world honeymooners even world travel lovers. Love your wonderful stuff and of course warm thanks for sharing here on the travel hunters.


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