What comes up to your mind when you are thinking about Bali? Most would think about the beaches, the waves, and the sun-tanning. How many of you think about seeking refugee to the mountains? Think about the Ubud. This upland town is best known for being the cultural capital of the island and centre of arts as well as holistic, nature-inspired healings. Ubud is well-known for its stunning natural scenery and rich cultural heritage, but it has so much more to offer visitors. The whole location has a calming, even magical vibe about it that draws you in. Ubud is a popular tourist destination, especially in the center of town. So, while you are in Bali, take a week off the beach, head up to the highlands, and have some peaceful time in a villa Ubud!
Have A Home Spa Inside Your Villa Ubud
Away from hustles and bustles of the beach towns, it’s time to be thankful of your body and pamper yourself. And what’s better than having a home spa to complete your relaxing time in the villa Ubud Bali?
Ubud’s luxurious spas provide a complete range of services, including ayurveda massages, body cleanses, and traditional medicinal methods like flower baths. Ancient Balinese medicines promise to provide you with the best possible degree of relaxation and healing. Imagine having a room that opens to Ubud’s lush jungle view and absorbing the scene while getting your foot massaged. What a dream.
Slow Down and Enjoy the Present
If you’re planning a trip to Bali, make sure you stay at a nice private villa Ubud for at least a few days. There’s something about seeking a complete solitude in a house near the highlands. Ubud village is a popular tourist destination, but a mere day trip there won’t do it justice. Staying in Ubud forces you to take your time and see things from a new perspective. Early morning and evening is the best time to stroll around the village, visiting rice fields and temples. The beautiful surrounding of Ubud will give you the peace you need.
Ubud is brimming with restaurants, yoga studios, spas, and retail establishments. You’ll see temples and marketplaces on your journey. It might be still crowded, touristy, and congested—but soon, you’ll forget about it.
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Look for A Villa Near Tegalalang Rice Field
When you visit Ubud, you can learn about the local culture and history while also taking in the area’s stunning natural features. There are not many locations in the world like the Tegallalang Rice Terraces. It’s much more beautiful during dawn and sunset, but if you’re going it alone, get to Tegallalang as early as possible (6AM) to avoid the throng. On top, you may leave your scooter in a convenient location.
The area is a photographer’s and drone pilot’s dream, with rice fields that spread for kilometers and terraces perched high above the landscape. If you feel hungry or thirsty while exploring the rice paddies, there are a slew of cafés and warungs along the main road that provide food for a million dollar views. Get the best of Ubud by looking for villas that are located near the Tegalalang. You will definitely love to stay in a villa Ubud where you can wake up to amazing view right from the doorstep!
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Make A Trip to Mount Agung from Your Villa Ubud
Some people want the beaches, some want the mountains. While sunrise from mount Agung is definitely one of Bali’s highlight, the mountain is too far from most tourist towns—that usually clustered in the beaches. Ubud is the only tourist hub equal with the beach towns (Canggu, Seminyak, Sanur, and the likes) that is near enough with the mountains. Staying in Ubud villas is just ideal if you plan to hike Mount Agung and still have the comfort of nice tourist town.
Climb Bali’s second-tallest volcano, Mount Batur, for a sunrise vista of Mount Abang, Mount Agung, Mount Rinjani, and Lake Batur. For this, you might want to book a guided tour with arranged driver. Prepare ahead of time by going to bed early. Wake up at 1:30 am to meet your driver and begin the two-hour trek up Mount Batur. Bring a light jacket and sturdy hiking shoes because it gets chilly on the way up. The hike is intermediate—a bit challenging but not so difficult. And when you get to the top, immerse on the breathtaking scenery!