Ubud is located in the uplands of Bali, Indonesia and has been called the spiritual and cultural capital, partly because it is known as a center for traditional crafts and dance. The surrounding districts of Ubud have rainforests and terraced rice paddies. They are dotted with Hindu temples and shrines and are counted among Bali’s most famous landscapes. Ancient holy sites include the intricately carved Goa Gajah (“Elephant Cave”) and Gunung Kawi, with its rock-cut shrines. Most travelers arrive in Ubud intending to see art, craft and dance, but find themselves doing so much more, like exploring the scenic rice terraces on bicycles, taking hikes through misty rainforests, dormant volcanoes and lush forested hills. Ubud was originally discovered because of the movie “Eat, Pray, Love”, based on Elizabeth Gilbert’s best-selling autobiographical novel.
Our generous selection of luxury vacation properties in Ubud s sure to please the most frequent and discerning of travelers. These holiday homes range from 3 bedrooms and baths for a family getaway to 8 bedrooms and 7 baths for a family reunions, corporate event or destination wedding. Our Ubud luxury properties are distinguished by their elegant and understated extravagance. Expect tropical gardens and flora, including abundant fruit trees, private pools, palapas, hot tubs, lounge furniture, barbecue areas, al fresco dining and yoga/meditation spaces. Ubud villa Interiors are no less grand, featuring the finest of materials and workmanship. Experience sweeping living areas with designer furnishings, state-of-the-art electronics including media rooms and smart technology, grand dining rooms to accommodate large groups, kitchens with high-end appliances and all of the latest innovations and bedroom sanctuaries, with lounge areas opening to the outdoors and private baths with Jacuzzi tubs and oversized showers.
Walking is one of the favorite activities in Ubud. Two of the most popular walks are the Campuhan Ridge Walk and a walk through the almost-impossibly green rice fields. While the center of Ubud can be crowded, it is always possible to find a tranquil spot, such as the lotus pond at Saraswati temple and Taksu Spa, where the river gorge is a peaceful oasis. See a traditional Kecak Dance Performance. Rent a motorbike to explore the surrounding countryside. Yoga is a popular activity and you will certainly be able to find a practice that suits your practice level. Enjoy a meal with a view at either Sari Organik or The Elephant.
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