Kakiang Bungalows

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

Jl. Pengosekan, Ubud, Indonesia
Kakiang Bungalows
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Hotel in Ubud

by cl3150

I will be in Ubud in mid-February, and would like to get some feedback from someone more knowledgeable for a few hotels that I have looked at on the Internet, as follows: Tanggayuda, Four Seasons. Any other suggestions would also be welcome.



Re: Hotel in Ubud

by meggy88

I have stayed at the Komaneka in Monkey Forest road and it was fantastic, the one in Tanggayuda is supposed to more opulent so I think you could not go wrong there. I like staying in Ubud and then wander from there.

Re: Hotel in Ubud

by BesarRahasia

Ubud is a large area (a collection of villages all merged into one area)and there are many choices of places to stay, from small homestay and budget hotels up to the most luxurious and expensive in Bali.

The Four Seasons is among one of the top hotels in Asia, there is also the Alila, but that one is quite away out from the main shopping arean of Ubud.

The Ibah villas (owned by a memder of the Ubud Royal Family) are very luxurious and pretty close to the centre,

The Maya has wonderful views is a little further out but it is a very nice walk into the town.

Then of course there is the Amandari totally luxurious with a price tag to match, and you would get a bit of a deal if you stayed there and the Amannusa when you are in Nusa Dua (two centre package).

The list can go on especially for the high end, places.

There are some great resturants in Ubud, from local dishes to top class International and everything in between. Shopping is ok, a bit like many other places in Bali to be honest (ooh that's going to upset the Ubud-iphiles).

Ubud is quite good for getting around to see other parts of Bali (except maybe the West of Bali, which would be better seen when you are staying in Nusa Dua, if getting around and about is your scene)

Have a great time in Bali.

Re: Hotel in Ubud

by cl3150



Re: Hotel in Ubud

by Homanded

We stayed at the Ulun Ubud hoel (info on our pages) and we loved this hotel.
Although a little separated from town center, along Monkey Forest road, we loved not only the atmosphere but the people running the hotel.
Waking up to the sounds of birds, overlooking the rice paddies and listening to the monkeys in the forest was magnificent.
Best of all, we only paid around $50.00USD a night.


Re: Hotel in Ubud

by Ubudian

In my opinion the best hotel in the Ubud area is the Royal Pita Maha. Have a great stay!

Travel Tips for Ubud

Genuine Balinese culture

by Icewine

Spa at Zen, good food at Pesto Bali, nicer and cheaper floral-printed shorts (compared to those you find in Kuta), scary and aggressive monkeys in Monkey Forest, ceremonies almost everywhere ... just about everything we found in Ubud ! 'Bukit' is Indonesian / Bahasa for "Hill" - Ubud is in the hills, on the slopes of Gunung Agung volcano.

Food was very good and ranged from dirt cheap to 'high on the hog'.

Ubud is nice for yummy food, Balinese dancing shows, and lots of crafts stuff to take home. And if you hire a car and escape into the centre of the island, there are temples to visit and quiet lush green paddy fields and cute little villages. In the north the beaches are more pebbly, but it is peaceful, and there's some good diving (a nice wreck near Tulamban) and if you're feeling strenuous (unlikely on a honeymoon perhaps!) climb the volcano for sunrise... hard work but well worth it!

Gunung Kawi

by M0B1US

Just a short way north of Ubud is Gunung Kawi, a group of large stone memorials carved into the cliffs on either side of the picturesque river Pakrisan.

To reach it you have to walk through the main street of Tampaksiring until you reach a lookout at the end of the road.

This affords you an impressive view of the river valley below with what appear to be its guardians hewn into the rock. From here you can take a long stairway cut into the rock which takes you down into the valley itself winding past a beautiful patchwork of rice paddies cascading down the sides of the hills on either side of you.

As you reach the rivers edge, you can see a row of five of the 7 metre high memorials on the other side of the river and you have a choice to cross a stone bridge to the other side, or on your left is a path that takes you to another row of four memorials that face the others across the small gorge cut by the river, and a complex of monk's cells cut into the rock nearby.

On crossing the river, you find that as well as the memorials on the other side there is also a large temple complex which stands eerily empty...

There is a legend that a gigantic strongman named Kebo lwa carved out all of the monuments one night with his fingernails.

Short inscriptions on some of the memorials have enabled archaeologists to date them to the end of the 11th century, soon after the death of Anak Wungsu in about 1077, and that they served as memorials to deified royalty.

The identity of those honoured has not been determined with certainty, however one theory says the main group of five memorials honoured Udayana, his queen, his concubine, and his two sons, Marakata and Anak Wungsu. Another theory suggests they honored Anak Wungsu and his royal wives and that the other group of four honours his concubines.

Given that they are almost a thousand years old they are remarkably preserved and well worth what is the modern day equivalent of a pilgrimage to see them. It was a magical setting and a memorable trip...

Restaurant by the Lotus Pond

by arni_ph075 about Cafe Lotus

Cafe Lotus got an spectacular view, the lotus pond is really nice, and its just behind a temple complex, Pura Taman Kemuda Saraswati.

Also the low tables, with comfy pillows to seat while dining is really a great idea.

The location is a plus as its on the center of Ubud town, near the market, along Jalan Raya (Ubud main street). I tried the Lotus Club, basically a club sandwich..its tasty and big servings too. Lots of fries.

The Iced Lemon drink is indeed a thirst quencher, freshly squeezed lemons. Love it.

Romance under the trees

by Restless-in-kl about Mozaic Restaurant

Mozaic was highly recommended by foreigners we met in Ubud and so we decided to check it out. As it was a pretty romantic place, we decided to dress up. As soon as we arrived, we were escorted to a lounge area where our drink orders were taken and we were given menus to browse. There's also a shop in the restaurant selling upmarket table ware and linens. Beautifully displayed in a range of colours, it's difficult to resist the temptation!

Mozaic offers very pleasant out-door and in-door seating, excellent service and attractive presentation of creative cuisine. The menu changes daily and depends on the availability of fresh ingredients. You can either order a 3-course Gourmet Dinner and choose your favourites from the menu but I ordered one of the Chef's Tasting Menus so that I can be surprised with every single course (there were 7 small courses!).

We also opted for wine pairing with each course and the wine selection was excellent. The food was wonderful and I truly enjoyed the cool weather although I should have brought a wrap as it got a little too chilly for my chiffon dress!

A meal at Mozaic is a fine dining experience that was romantic. However we were both so well fed and intoxicated with fine wines that all we could do when we got back was sleep! It's a good thing our resort provided free shuttle service to the restaurant.

Mozaic is closed on Mondays, all other days reservations are required. Please call 975-768. The dessert and wine!

A balinese massage

by tere1

One thing not to be missed is to have a balinese massage. Most hotels and resorts in Ubud usually have spa facilities. But if yours is not the case, there are plenty of nice and inexpensive spas in Ubud center.

I had a wonderful massage followed by a flower bath while drinking some ginger tea in a very nice spa , the Spa Hati. It's situated in the center of Ubud, close to the main road. A one hour massage here will cost you around 14 USD, which is ver cheap.


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Address: Jl. Pengosekan, Ubud, Indonesia