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    Ubud Hanging Gardens is a haven of peace set among the smoky volcanoes and emerald rice terraces at the heart of Bali.

























    This Orient-Express hotel in the cultural centre of Ubud perches on a gorge with an exquisite temple on the opposite cliff. Its luxury pool villas are built in traditional style, as if in a Balinese village.

    Recline in a private plunge pool and you are totally enveloped by nature: jungle-covered mountains and exotic flowers. Stay here and you truly feel a part of the surrounding destination.



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    I may take a trip to Bali in April. This place currently tops my list of places to stay. I don't know a whole lot about Bali or the hotels on offer but this place looks amazing.

    Anyone have any feedback on the place?
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    Bali is wonderful. I stayed at the 2 Four Seasons there. Ubud has lush plantations and rafting. While the coastal area has more beach. Service at both are excellent. I had 5 course-by-course candle light dinner brought to my villa with servers. Unforgettable.
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    You guys should make a L4P trip to Bali. That place looks breath-taking.
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    All I can think of is "I wonder how big and poisonous their spiders get..."
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    Lived an in Sanur for a year, a couple hours away from this place... EVERYONE must go to Bali
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    DAMN that place looks so relaxing!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SubiLegacySTI View Post
    Lived an in Sanur for a year, a couple hours away from this place... EVERYONE must go to Bali
    Is there much to do around the resort or is it pretty far away from everything? I'm shooting for May if I can get my Daughter's passport by then. Do you think it would be a good location to stay or should I consider a different part of the island? I'll be more interested in beaches and sightseeing rather than the nightlife. I'll be with the wife and my 1.5 year old.

    I'm sure I could do some research but thought I'd ask.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jake View Post
    Is there much to do around the resort or is it pretty far away from everything? I'm shooting for May if I can get my Daughter's passport by then. Do you think it would be a good location to stay or should I consider a different part of the island? I'll be more interested in beaches and sightseeing rather than the nightlife. I'll be with the wife and my 1.5 year old.

    I'm sure I could do some research but thought I'd ask.
    Ubud is inland so you're close to the markets, fairs, art stores and touristy spots (like the monkey forest). If you want great seafood, nightlife, lounging by the sea and fine dining they are all 50-60min away in the kuta, jembaran and semiminyak areas. Everything in ubud closes by evening, including restaurants, except maybe for bebek bengil which closes slightly later, but you can hire a van to shuttle you around for dirt. Just don't get it from the hotel because they charge foreigner rates which is 3-5 times local. Without a hired van+driver you're pretty much stuck in dark in the middle of the jungle lol. Taxis are reluctant to make the haul most of the time.

    I go back at least once a year, Bali and the Nasi babi + jembaran seafood never get old.

    Enjoy.
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