Coming from Denpasar
Ngurah Rai airport:
Karma Mayura is a scenic 50-minute drive from Bali’s Ngurah Rai international airport. There are plenty of
taxis available, or transfers can be arranged on request.
There are plenty of taxis
available, or transfers can be
arranged on request.
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Car Rental Services
Hotel provide car and driver
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Where to buy groceries
Cocomart Supermarket :
Regular shuttle service to
drop point coco mart in Ubud
town 15 minutes drive from
Nirmala Supermarket :
5 minutes drive from resort
Our top picks of restaurants in the region
The restaurant is completely surrounded by rice fields, with a perimeter of coconut trees and
running water. After lunch walk through the rice fields and gardens, at night catch a glimpse of
the fireflies. Submerge yourself in real old world Bali.
Open from Tuesday to Sunday 17:00 to 23:00
Jalan Cempaka, Kumbuh, Ubud, Bali
+62 821 4745 0217 | www.sacredricebali.com
The Samaya Ubud’s iconic restaurant sits beautifully on the river banks of Ayung River. With a
selection of comfort food inspired from the local flavors to international favorites, Swept Away is
ideal for a relaxing lunch or a romantic dinner for two. Special arrangements can be made for an
intimate dinner by the waters surrounded by romantic candlelight with a special menu from the
Open for Lunch from 11:00 to 16:00 and for Dinning from 17:30 to 22:00
Banjar Baung, Desa Sayan, Ubud, Bali
+62 361 973 606 | www.thesamayabali.com
The name “Batuan” or “Baturan” mentioned here prompts villagers to joke about being “tough as stone”
or “eating rocks” as batu means “stone” in Balinese. But it likely refers to an ancient megalithic tradition in
which standing stones served as meeting places and ceremonial sites for the worship of ancestral spirits.
Because Batuan became a center from which Buddhist priests and brahmans spread to the main court
centers of south Bali, the village has an unusual preponderance of brahman.
Led by classically trained chefs Ray and Eelke, the passionate and dedicated kitchen team create
unique, contemporary European fare from the finest of locally sourced seasonal ingredients.
Artfully presented, meticulously prepared and utterly delicious, the cuisine of Locavore promises
an exhilarating fine dining experience.
Open from Tuesday to Saturday from 12:00 to 14:00 & 18:30 to 23:00
On Monday from 6:30 to 11:00
10 Jalan Dewi Sita, Ubud, Bali
+62 361 9777 33 | www.locavore.co.id
Celuk village is one of tourist places and destination in Bali, it is popular with the productions of gold and
silver. Celuk Village is formerly as a traditional Balinese village located in the entrance gate of Gianyar
Regency. The main road of Jalan Raya Celuk is lined up with galleries and workshops. The silver and gold
shops line the roads approximately 10km northeast from Denpasar. The village of Celuk is also a link
between Bali’s Batubulan-Mas-Sukawati-Ubud ‘golden pentacle’ of artisans and craftsmen.
Tirta Empul temple is a Hindu Balinese water temple located near the town of Tampaksiring, Bali,
Indonesia. The temple compound consists of a petirtaan or bathing structure, famous for its holy
spring water, where Balinese Hindus go to for ritual purification. For most of the time, Tirta Empul
is believed as a source of clean water regarded as holy water used for Hindu ritual. However, the
water quality began to deteriorate due to contamination from surrounding areas. As of August 2017,
visitors are urged not to use the facilities on-site due to E.coli contamination of the water, caused
by nearby residents dumping their garbage carelessly onto open water, and sewage channel to the
river. The contamination may have resulted in at least one person developing a severe eye infection
and nearly losing their eyesight from an aggressive infection.
As is common with Balinese temples, the Tirta Empul Temple complex has three key divisions,
namely a front, secondary and inner courtyard. Visitors to Tirta Empul first come upon the lush
gardens and pathways adorned with statues and tropical plants that lead to its entrance. After
stepping through this typical ‘candi bentar’ (temple gate), a vast walled courtyard welcomes
visitors to the bathing pools where a large ‘wantilan’ meeting hall stands at the right.
Located in the charming village of Ubud, bridges is a casual fine dining restaurant, wine bar and
shop as well as event space.
Open from 11:00 to 23:00
Jl. Raya Campuhan, Ubud, Bali
+62 361 970 095 | www.bridgesbali.com
Hujan Locale in Ubud’s centre is carving a name out for itself as a elegant dining location that is
bridging the cultural divide of Asian fine dining and casual home cooked food with eclectic menus
of traditional dishes served with the innovative spin.
Open from 12:00 to 23:00
On Mondays from 12:00 to 15:00 & 18:00 to 23:00
Jl. Sri Wedari, No. 5, Ubud, Bali
+62 813 3972 0306 | www.hujanlocale.com
Blanco, arguably the most famous and successful artist to ever live in Bali, built hismagnificent studio on
top of a mountain overlooking the Campuan River. This flamboyant building, a unique blend of Balinese
architecture imbued with the spirit of his native Spain,houses an interesting collection of works drawn from
different periods of his long career. During his life it was visited daily by hundreds of people from all over
the world. The artist,full of “Catalan charisma,” earned himself the sobriquet “The Fabulous Blanco,” an
expression that mirrored his talent for creativity.
The Restaurant, located in desa Mas Ubud, has an open air interior with some outdoor settings
surrounded by trees and traditional Balinese garden.
Open from 10:00 to 23:00
Jl. Raya Mas 47, Mas, Ubud, Bali
+62 361 974 741 | www.kayunresto.com
Mozaic Restaurant in Ubud embodies the philosophy of ‘Cuisine du Marché’ – the marriage of
seasonal ingredients from the islands of Indonesia to modern French techniques of cooking and
presentation – in an elegant setting with impeccable standards of service.
Open from Monday to Sunday
On Monday to Wednesday from 18:00 to 23:00
On Thursday to Sunday from 12:00 to 14:00 & 18:00 to 23:00
Jl. Raya Sanggingan, Ubud, Bali
+62 361 975 768 | www.mozaic-bali.com
Agung Rai Museum of Art (ARMA) was established for a purpose. Founded by Agung Rai, a Balinese who
has devoted his life to the preservation and development of Balinese art and culture, the museum was
officially opened on June 9, 1996 by Prof. Dr. Ing. Wardiman Djojonegoro, Minister of Education and Culture
of the Republic of Indonesia. The museum is administered by ARMA Foundation set up on May13th 1996.
Museum Rudana or Rudana Art Museum is an art museum in Peliatan, Gianyar Regency, Bali,
Indonesia. It was built by Nyoman Rudana, following the concept of the Bali humanist philosophy
of Tri Hita Karana, where art makes a contribution to public wellbeing.
The Tampaksiring Palace is one of 6 Presidential Palaces of Indonesia, it is located in Tampaksiring,
Gianyar Regency, Bali. Built in 1957 and finished in 1963, unlike other presidential palaces
of Indonesia that mostly were inherited from the colonial period of Dutch East Indies, Istana
Tampaksiring was built after the independence of Indonesia, and built not in colonial Indies
Empire style, but in modernism combined with elements of Balinese architecture.
Sukawati Art Market, referred to locally as ‘Pasar Seni Sukawati’, is Bali’s most distinguished and
long-standing art market. It is where visitors can seek and purchase distinctively Balinese art items
such as paintings and sculpted wooden figures, curios, handicrafts and traditional handmade
products. The two-storey Sukawati Art Market was established in the 80s and is located on the
Jalan Raya Sukawati main road in Gianyar, approximately 15 minutes drive from resort.
Campuhan Ridge Walk is a free and easy nature trek, popular among repeat visitors to the central
highland town of Ubud. The area provides a great retreat from the more hectic southern parts of
the island, but this trail presents an even more pristine outback to escape from the contemporary
boutique, guesthouse and restaurant-lined Jalan Raya Ubud. While the hike lets you enjoy cool
fresh air and probably the most gorgeous hillside vista in the region, it also allows you to shed off
some calories too with its nine-kilometre hill track.
Home to over a thousand amazing animals – Bali Safari Park is your destination for an adventurous,
fun, educational experience. Our park is home to animals representing more than 100 species,
including rare & endangered species – the Komodo Dragon, Orangutan and the Bali Mynah bird.
Bali Safari Park is at the frontline of wildlife conservation in Indonesia. We are actively involved in
ensuring the future survival and wellbeing of many Indonesian animal species.
Mason Adventures Bali (also known as Bali Adventure Tours) is the island’s critically acclaimed
and longest-established (est.1989) adventure tour operator. All of our products feature unrivaled,
world class interactions, facilities and services to bring you Bali’s only complete ‘5-Star’ adventure
experiences. We’re a family run business that owns and operates all of our tours and services,
including our very own fleet of GPS-controlled buses that ties it all together. All tour guests are also
covered by our exclusive free Helicopter Medivac Service in the case of any serious emergency.
Our friendly and professional staff are the best in the industry, and as Bali’s safest, most efficient
and eco-friendly adventure company, you can count on us to provide you with an unforgettable
experience. Our full range of tours include: The Mason Elephant Park & Lodge in Taro, Jungle
Buggies, White Water Rafting, River Kayaking, Mountain Cycling, Tropical Trekking, and Helicopter
Gunung Kawi is an 11th-century temple and funerary complex in Tampaksiring north east of Ubud
in Bali, Indonesia., that is spread across either side of the Pakerisan river. It comprises 10 rockcut
candi that are carved into some 7-metre-high sheltered niches of the sheer cliff face. These
funeral monuments are thought to be dedicated to King Anak Wungsu of the Udayana dynasty
and his favourite queens. On the east side there are five temples that are dedicated, according to
one theory, to King Udayana, his queen Mahendradatta, and their sons Airlanga, Anak Wungsu,
and Marakata. The temples on the west side are dedicated, according to the same theory, to the
king’s minor queens or concubines.