Bambu Indah, Bali's Hidden Gem

 Bali is in the heart of the Indonesian archipelago and located an hour's drive north of the island's capital, Denpasar. Ubud is known as one of the most important cultural and artistic centers in Indonesia. 

Unlike the beach areas, in Ubud the landscape full of rice terraces and the crossings of rivers and forests offer an authentic and wonderful landscape. At a higher altitude, with a cooler climate than in the places along the beach, one can smell the authentic Balinese life. In the small villages of the area you can find the best craft products, sumptuous fabrics, wood carvings, silver or shadow puppets, all made by hand. And in the center of Ubud, in the main Palace, in front of the city market and the village theater, nightly traditional dance performances are held, which will mesmerize you. Also, here in the interior there are many opportunities to participate in the many Balinese Hindu ceremonies that take place almost every day.

If you are adventurous, you will like to explore this wonderful area in the interior of the island of Bali. And don't think you're going to feel isolated, because in addition to Ubud, it is full of renowned restaurants, cafes and local restaurants, as well as galleries, lotus ponds, palaces and temples, clustered near the main crossroads. And in this very authentic place, on the lush ravine of the Sayan River, Bambu Indah offers you an accommodation completely different from the luxury resorts frequented by touristsBecause this is a unique boutique hotel, an authentic refuge framed in a paradisiacal place. Special, because eleven old homes of Javanese brides were taken to Bali, restored and decorated with care, to become the exclusive rooms of the Bambu Indah, in one of those spaces that fall in love at first sight.

    Photo: www.bambuindah.com 

Bamboo Indah combines the best of traditional architecture with contemporary, modern design in a lush, green setting. This ecological boutique hotel with a rustic and luxurious style , offers the best facilities in a beautiful setting. Careful with the environment, the hotel has a sustainable design, filtered water to avoid plastic containers, organic toiletries, low-pollution lighting to avoid negatively influencing animals and the flight paths of native birds and offers its guests organic insecticides.

Photo: www.bambuindah.com

Eleven rooms decorated and equipped with air conditioning and fan for your comfort. With walls that are a mix of bamboo and Javanese teak antiques. All with an outdoor terrace with views of the gardens, pool or rice fields and a private bathroom with free toiletries and a rain shower. From the room you have direct access to the gardens and rice fields, in case you feel like taking a nice walk. And with free Wi-Fi connection throughout the establishment. The Bambu Indah is perfectly integrated into the surrounding nature and offers magnificent panoramic views over traditional Balinese rice fields.


With spa treatments at your disposal to make your stay perfect, local experiences, outdoor activities and one of the most idyllic pools you can find in the area, surrounded by lush vegetation, this natural pool is romantic and intimate, ideal to enjoy it as a couple. Swimming here is immersing yourself in the sounds of nature. The hotel also organizes yoga classes upon request and has a tour desk with car rental and excursion booking services. Airport pick-up service is available upon request. Dapoer, the hotel's restaurant, prepares typical Balinese recipes with organic products and traditional Indonesian foods, as well as fresh and healthy recipes, with vegetables harvested by hand from their own organic garden. With vegan recipes for those who prefer that option. 

Bambu Indah is located in Baung village, approximately one hour north of Denpasar airport and 15 minutes west of the village of Ubud in Bali, Indonesia. A fantasy of old Javanese houses surrounding a black bamboo palace of the Minangkabau, all above the leafy ravine of the Sayan River. 

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