Set in a prime location of Bali, Villa Island of the Gods puts everything the city has to offer just outside your doorstep. The hotel offers guests a range of services and amenities designed to provide comfort and convenience. To be found at the hotel are 24-hour room service, Wi-Fi in public areas, car park, room service, airport transfer. Comfortable guestrooms ensure a good night's sleep with some rooms featuring facilities such as private pool, internet access - wireless (complimentary), air conditioning, desk, balcony/terrace. To enhance guests' stay, the hotel offers recreational facilities such as outdoor pool, massage, garden. No matter what your reasons are for visiting Bali, Villa Island of the Gods will make you feel instantly at home.
One of the largest spas on the island of Bali, unlike any other, it has been designed with a strong influence of Indian & Middle Eastern exotic architecture. Enjoy the rituals of ancient kings and queens as you journey through sacred Eastern traditions of health and beauty. Ayurvedic Renewal 2 hour spa package followed by lunch at an Award Winning Restaurant (2 courses lunch). Simply put, you will be pampered from head to toe during this blissful treatment. Enjoy a relaxing full body massage using the best custom blended aromatherapy oils. The focus now turns towards the heavens as you experience mental relaxation and serenity during famous Shirodara treatment.Your therapist will massage vital marma points as a golden stream of medicated oils cascades off your…
Tegenungan is one of the many tourist places and destination in Bali, it is popular with waterfall. Tegenungan waterfall lies at Tegenungan Village, approx. 5 kilometers, south east Ubud. Bali has a selection of waterfalls that are fun to visit. For many people the idea of hiking through the jungle to a hidden waterfall and taking a cooling swim is the image of paradise. These places definitely exist and here are some useful tips of how to find them and what to expect.
The bonfires are fired up daily from sunset. Relax in a beanbag around the fire, toast marshmallows and make your own s'mores. The perfect end to a sunfilled day. They fire up the beach bonfires daily at sunset. Grab a complimentary beanbag and toast some marshmallows. Is there a better way to end the day?
For sound therapy or an incredible sound experience inside 2 very large scale models of the Pyramids this attraction has cafe, landscaped grounds and lake
Here at MOKSA, it`s all about enjoyment. Every product we develop first has to satisfy their own demanding criteria in terms of sustainability, freshness, and flavor. Their menus are freshly prepared with love and heart. Using seasonal produce from our permaculture garden is one of our most important principals. Everybody loves food. However, certain types of food really love you back! Food so fresh and created with the sole purpose of making you feel great, while tasting absolutely delicious?well, that`s exactly the kind of food that we specialize in making at MOKSA?the very finest, supremely healthy, mouth-watering, local plant-based cuisine that really does love you back!
Bali is a beautiful tropical island paradise, and who better to share a piece of that paradise with than your loved one. Bali's picturesque surroundings make for the most romantic of getaways, so why not treat you and your loved one to a romantic dinner in Ubud at one of the top restaurants in Bali. Share this romantic evening with a loved one in a unique private dining setting under a canopy of stars. Be seated against a natural backdrop of timeless woodland greenery, whilst listening to the sounds of the enchanting Ayung River Valley flow below you. This private seated niche will be enveloped by the beautiful hums of nature. Make sure you arrive hungry, as a five-course gourmet styled menu will be discreetly…
This Balinese cooking class is presented for those people with keen interests in authentic Balinese food and culture. Learn to cook well-known local dishes in a relaxed and friendly environment. Small classes (only 4-12 people) are held in a traditional open kitchen and led by certified Balinese cooks, making for a highly personalized and rewarding ? Read more from the booking link!
Step out of your ordinary day and join us at the gallery for an introduction into Balinese Dance. Our experienced teacher will gently guide you and your friends as you learn your first Balinese dance steps. Sample the integrated body movements, hand and facial gestures that make Balinese dance so unusual to new visitors. Our teacher will explain the meaning(s) behind the individual postures and gestures that comprise the basics of Balinese dance. It?s a wonderful way to expand one?s knowledge of the Bali-Hindu culture while enjoying a bit of exercise. We?ll provide the music, the sash and the sarong, so come join us for a few hours of fun!The price includes:- free transport to and from Ubud- certificate- welcome drink- homemade Balinese traditional cake
During this one day, you will learn how to give a traditional Balinese Massage.Program :* The day starts with a half hour of meditation and yoga. * From 9:30am to 12noon, you learn and practice techniques for this popular massage.* The course continues from 1pm to 3pm* After a 30 minute break, enjoy a one hour Balinese massage.What to bring :* Comfortable clothing or money to purchase a uniform (around $30).* Bring along something to take notes in. * Extra money (around $30) to purchase a fully comprehensive 1.5 hour step by step guide of Balinese massage CD.* Lunch or money for lunch (Indonesian or Western lunches can be ordered in the morning or guests can bring their own lunch).
Bodyworks is an old favourite and offers a relaxed and unpretentious atmosphere with prices to suit. Still, the outfit is gorgeous; cobalt blue and green eastern style treatment rooms with sunken baths set around a courtyard. The menu features Indonesian staples; cream baths, Balinese massages and good quality manicures and pedicures plus a Hair Salon and Infrared Sauna.
Djamoe is a mixture of traditional herbs and spices, which are used for healing and rejuvenation. Traditional ?Djamoe? comes from the island of Java, and have evolved since hundred of years through generations. The Djamoes consist of leafs, roots, flowers and barks of significant trees. Through generations, for more than hundred of years, the Javanese were doing research and observations through trials and experiences to get the real use of all those herbs and spices which are found in their surroundings. Learn the traditional way of preparing 4 kinds of the mixture and their benefits for health, beauty and longetivity.
Catch the sun rising above the clouds as you climb Bali's famous Mount Batur, an active volcano part of UNESCOs Global Geopark Network. At sunrise, the sky turns from black to inky blue to pink and orange revealing the expanse of the sacred valley.
The sunrise trek to Mount Batur volcano is considered an essential Bali experience. The famous volcano stands at 1,717 m (5,633 ft) above sea level, overlooking spectacular scenery with views of Lombok across the water as well as the massive peak of Gunung Agung, Balis holiest mountain and the highest point on the island.
It takes around 2 hours to reach the summit; the total hiking duration is usually 4 hours. Before light, we will be walking at cooler climes under…
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