Discover Bali’s rich cultural heritage, from temples and ceremonies to its dance, clothing and cuisine, during your stay.
Known simply as Elephant Temple, Goa Gojah is a cave built in the ninth century featuring impressive exterior stone carvings.
Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary
The Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary, located adjacent to Ubud Village, is valued for its spiritual, educational and economic benefits.
Kecak Fire Trance Dance
The spellbinding tradition of the Kecak Fire Trance Dance brings men together to tell stories through dance and chants.
Watch daily life unfold on the surrounding rice fields when you stay at the One Bedroom Rice Terrace Pool Villa.
Tirta Empul Temple
Ask your personal butler to arrange a visit to Tirta Empul Temple, a landmark built in 926 AD that’s famous for its purifying water.
Visitors are drawn to Bali for different reasons. Some seek a retreat that takes them off the grid, while others desire to connect with a culture whose traditions live on in modern times. Weaved through each experience is the ability to let go of what is known and surrender to whatever may be, whether happening upon a hidden Ubud temple, catching the sunrise from atop Mount Batur, feeling the earth in your hands while planting rice or driving a vintage VW convertible from village to village.
This Ubud resort offers an array of activities on property and can arrange for visits to nearby attractions and points of interests. Guests simply need to share their wishes, and the resort’s Ladies and Gentlemen will handle all of the arrangements.