Matahari Cottage Bed and Breakfast

Jl. Jembawan, Ubud, 80571, Indonesia

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    Best Afternoon Tea Ever


    Matahari Cottage is a great little place to stay very close to the heart of the Ubud shopping district. There are eight rooms, all furnished according to a different theme. I stayed in the Indian Pasha room - beautifully decorated, clean and very comfortable. It is not a 4 or 5 star place in terms of facilities but in terms of service and friendliness it is 5 ++. There is a quaint little bathing pool set overlooking a jungle valley that is just right for relaxing in and enjoying the sounds of nature after walking the streets of Ubud. When I stayed in January 2011, they were just beginning work on a swimming pool - while a large pool will add to the attraction, I certainly hope they don't change the place too much. I would go back and stay there any day just as it is now. Have a look at their website to view the room options. Definitely one of the best places I have stayed in in Bali.

    Unique Quality: Two things stand out: The afternoon tea is truly incredible - a huge array of fresh savories and cakes, all baked on the premises. It is a meal in itself, and can be taken any time between 2 and 5. This comes free with your accommodation. The second is the staff - I can't think of another place where I have stayed where the staff have been so friendly, so welcoming and so helpful. I needed to visit a local clinic due to an infection - no problem, the staff drove me, and waited for me, and expected nothing in return.

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Ubud Hotel or Villa?


Hi! My friends and I are planning a trip to Ubud this coming September and would like to get suggestions on where to stay. We are around 4-6 pax (2 pairs are couples)and are considering either a hotel or maybe a 2 or 3 bedroom villa. Any suggestions? We plan to stay for 3nights.


RE: Ubud Hotel or Villa?

by redapples

I would recommend Waka Namya (used to be known as Waka Padma). It is a small resort, so if you wish to enjoy some quiet and peace, this is the place. It even provides transport to / from Ubud town centre and it also arranges morning trips to visit rice paddies.

Check out their website -

Have a nice holiday!

RE: Ubud Hotel or Villa?

by freshia

If you're staying in Ubud Villa will be the choice :)
There are plenty Hotel and Villas to choose from and they're very good - it all depends on your budget.
I recommend Santi Mandala Resort & Spa (I put a review on them in my travel page).
Begawan Giri and Villa Kayu Manis in Sayan was also very beautiful but they're pretty pricey

RE: Ubud Hotel or Villa?

by Homanded

Check my travelogue to Bali. I was just there 3 weeks ago (in Ubud).
We loved the service and "away from it all" atmosphere of Ulun Ubud

Re: Ubud Hotel or Villa?

by shelley07

since you have a group i suggest a villa. you will get great value-- and get a kitchen and much more.. there are 100's to choose from - so figure out your budget- and start shopping. you usally get what you pay for. I just got back and fell in love with the bali T houses. have fun!

Travel Tips for Ubud

Heavy head

by kyoub

How do these women carry everything on their heads?
They carry large offerings to the temples on their heads.
They cut the rice and carry big bales, on their heads
They go to market and they carry everything home on their heads.
There were two women that we met on the path from Ubud, one had a rug rolled up on her head.
The other had a basket full of food plus a live duck.

Kintamani and Lake Batur

by M0B1US

A great daytrip from Ubud is a trip to Kintamani a little over 30 miles to the north in the Gunung Batur region.

This area is one of Bali's natural scenic wonders as it contains the volcanic cones of Gunung Batur in a huge bowl-shaped lake filled caldera, which is great for trekking assuming you can avoid the exhorbitant hassles of the local guides.

Also here is Pura Ulun Danu, one of Bali's most spectacularly situated temples...

Be aware that when I went just after the Bali bombing the town had set up 'tourist checkpoints' with the express purpose of taxing tourists for the privilege of entering their town...

A little bit of Italy in Ubud !

by katya68 about Pizza Bagus Delivery & cafe

Very large choice of italian food,
big size pizza,pasta,and ice cream.
All of this can be delivered to you in the Ubud area every day from 9.30 am to 10.30 pm A good pizza or a nice plate of spaghetti is a good break from rice,you will need it sometime here !

Dining at Como Shambala Estate

by balisunshine

This fine property has gone
through a change of identity
over the past years.

In its early days,
it was know for it’s exclusiveness
and now they have turned to
a well-being estate
offering yoga, spa, and healthy eating.

It’s non-smoking restaurant
offers organic, raw and standard dishes.

Prices are a bit steep,
so choose wisely if you are on a budget.

Kecak Dance

by tommix

Don't leave Bali before you've seen at least one of local dances. And, if possible, not necesseraly one of this "shows" widely organized by the hotels. Try to go to the small villages where often all local men are involved in night art performances. In Ubud central Tourist Office has always a complete list of such events, and very often they also provide the transport.
Personally I went to Jujjungan village, about 15 km from Ubud, to see Kecak dance, called also a "Monkey Dance". The dance is based on ancient trance rituals, combined with a storyline from Ramayana epic. Kecak gets its name from the sound of the performers canting "cak, cak, cak", which is reminiscent of chattering monkeys. This chanting fills role of an orchestra, simulating the staccato rythms of the gamelan. The dance consist of eleven scenes about opposition of Prince Rama's Kingdom called Ayodya with the kingdom of Alengka, ruled by the wicked giant, Rahwana.
Ticket, including transport, cost 50 000 Rps. All the benefits were for refurbishment of the village's temple.


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Address: Jl. Jembawan, Ubud, 80571, Indonesia