De Ubud Villas & Spa

Jl. Monkey Forest No.8, Ubud, 80571, Indonesia
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Good For Families
  • Families100
  • Couples88
  • Solo75
  • Business50

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Forum Posts

Greenfields in Ubud

by cballans

Hi, I am wondering if any has stayed at Greenfields in Ubud. Friends are staying at the Tegal Sari however they are completely booked out and the Greenfields is next door. We will be there for two nights in April - 2 adults and 1 12 yo. Also is the Tegal Sari and Greenfields in walking distance to things in Ubud. I have been reading on the internet people's disappointment in have to get taxi's everywhere.

Thanks in anticipating for your replies

Re: Greenfields in Ubud

by meggy88

not sure about the accomodation but you can walk into ubud from Tegal Sari, it will take around 20minutes and you can always go back via a taxi its so cheap, only around $2-$3 a trip.

Re: Greenfields in Ubud

by Ubudian

For me, these days, a 20 minute walk is what I would call a marathon. I suggest you get a copy of the Lonely Planet “Bali & Lombok” travel guide at your nearest bookstore. There are very detailed maps included in this constantly updated guide book which clearly show the locations of even the most humble accommodations in Ubud.

Re: Greenfields in Ubud

by Ubudian

Think about this. How many times on this forum relating to Bali has anyone going through these posts read more about Balinese drivers?

I think the answer is nowhere else. If you agree with that, the next logical question is why?

The answer is obvious. Regardless of the inability of any poster here to articulate their own experiences in Bali...which I understand, it is easier, or more possible to present their driver, the one most responsible for this experience, with ease.

This all makes perfect sense to me, as it is the Balinese driver who shares his, and occasionally her Bali with the incidental tourist that very often leaves the most lasting impression, solidified in the mind and heart for years and years.

When one tourist here promotes their driver, and another tourist, their other driver...it is all because of the experiences attributed to their driver whilst they were here in Bali.

Re: Greenfields in Ubud

by enysg

Greenfield is ok clean room n nice view of rice paddy, tegal sary is cozy and the rooms are bigger.walking distance to internet cafe good rest. BERANDI n Bebek Bengil, very good pastry shop next to zen spa( clean n good )a nice jewelry shop turn right coming out of the hotel just a few meters.tegal sari use to have free shuttle for guest ,aslo they can buy the tickets for dance performances which should not be missed.

Travel Tips for Ubud

A place of culture

by Piggy73

- Sitting on our porch drinking bintang.
- The walks into the middle of knowhere. Monkeys, smiling faces, the boy who tried to sell us a newspaper each day, the calls of "transport, transport" and the friendly banter with the shopkeepers.

The school kids of Nyuhkuning

by Tijavi

Nyuhkuning is one of the quiet villages surrounding Ubud. It could be accessed through the Monkey Forest Sanctuary.

It was a schoolday when I visited Nyuhkuning. As I reached the village center, I was warmly greeted by pupils in the village school - some speaking very good English. I had a great time chatting with them - they know a lot about the Philippines! - and taking snaps.

I wish I had brought candies and chocolates with me for these kids - I'm pretty sure they would have appreciated these tokens.

Fine dining without dress code

by Restless-in-kl about Ary's Warung

This is a stylish side-walk bistro in the center of town with creative oriental/international cuisine and a choice of interesting vegetarian dishes.

Expect delicacies such as Lobster Wonton, Tuna Parfait with caviar and Wasabi cream, Seared Sea Scallops, Sauted Green Pepercorn Pate with green papaya salad, Carpaccio of Venison, Steamed Snapper with red chilli butter, Jumbo River Prawns sauted with chilli, garlic and ginger, deboned Roasted Quail, Rack of Lamb with chilli mint sauce, and Roasted Veal Cutlets with Wasabi butter. The desserts are equally creative.

Service is so-so, can be better to suit the ambience. I had the rack of lamb with chilli mint sauce which was very good. The meat is tender to the point that it melts in your mouth and the sauce is yummy.

Didn't want to share this!

Romance at Cascades

by balisunshine about Casacades in Ubud

This up-scale property has
astonishing views to offer at
cocktail time or to accompany your meal.

This is not for the budget traveler,
but for those who indulge in the finest of taste.

The current Chef David Sosson,
varies the menu selection each month
using the finest of ingredients.

Seating is outdoors over viewing the hillside
covered in an abundance of trees.

The most romantic of settings for dining
is located under the bale.
Perfect for the man looking
for that romantic spot to propose!

The property has a helicopter pad
of which can be used by guests.

Definitely a fine dining experience to remember! Cascades at the Viceroy

Tel.

scary creatures?

by aussiejen

While we were walking in to town one day from our hotel we came across these "creatures" being taken to a temple for a special ceremony later that day.
They were so tall that the power lines had to be lifted up for them to pass underneath. The poor guys that had that task were busy running ahead of the vehicles, waiting for them to pass then running ahead again! No mean feat in that heat!!

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Address: Jl. Monkey Forest No.8, Ubud, 80571, Indonesia