Travel guides invariably describe Ubud as the cultural pulse of Bali, where art and religion dominate all aspects of daily life. It is essentially an area that incorporates several villages spread across a rural landscape blessed with rice terraces and an intricate network of flowing rivers. Central Ubud is a visual feast for travellers; a melting pot that reveals a royal palace and traditional marketplace against a contrast of modern galleries and chic cafés.
Seasoned travellers from all over the world are now discovering the privilege of staying in a luxury villa in the district of Ubud when visiting the island of Bali. There is simply no longer the need to put up with a confined hotel room and all the trappings of mass tourism when a villa alternative offers space, privacy, home comforts and a personalized level of gracious Balinese hospitality and service.
A private villa in Ubud invariably features a swimming pool, sun deck, semi-open living environment, fully equipped kitchen, exclusive bathroom facilities and air-conditioned bedroom/s. An Ubud villa is a cost effective holiday option for families with children or a romantic sanctuary for couples and honeymooners.
Located in the cool mountains, just one hour’s drive north of the airport and the resorts of the southern Bali, Ubud often considered as the island’s cultural heart. This traditional country town is a treasure trove of cultural landmarks, ranging from ancient temples and majestic age-old royal palaces, to exotic panoramas of green hillsides and rice terraces.... continue reading