Surrounded by rice fields, these traditional Balinese-style villas are a five-minute walk to the iconic Monkey Forest, Ubud Palace, Ubud Art Market, restaurants, museums and galleries. Set amid tropical greenery, guests can relax on their private balcony or terrace and rejuvenate at the day spa and two swimming pools. Dine poolside on the predominantly Asian menu and enjoy a leisurely breakfast or light lunch over the small bridge connecting guests to a second restaurant. Ngurah Rai International Airport is an hour away.
Why we recommend the Pertiwi Resort and Spa
- Central Ubud location close to attractions
- Classic Balinese-style villas
- Two swimming pools and day spa
- Free Wi-Fi
- Two restaurants
Attractions near the Pertiwi Resort and Spa
Closer to nature in beautiful Ubud
Pertiwi means Mother Nature, which is a constant presence in the cultural town of Ubud. Surrounded by Bali’s picture-perfect countryside, you can get closer to nature on a hike through fields of terraced rice paddies.
Venture through green forest and take a dip underneath the mighty Tegenungan Waterfall, before breathing in the fresh air of the lush foothills that lead up to the mountains of the central Highlands.
Immerse yourself in Balinese culture
Although it's one of Bali’s most-popular tourist enclaves, Ubud remains the perfect destination for those seeking a closer engagement to Bali’s seductive culture. There are many courses on offer, allowing visitors to immerse themselves in Bali’s leisure pursuits.
Take a cookery course and hit the markets for some classic Indonesian flavours to use in mastering traditional Balinese cooking techniques. Bali is famous for its affinity with natural medicine and healing, and there’s a huge range of high-quality spas in Ubud, offering healing treatments for weary travellers, as well as several yoga courses.