Alila Ubud

Description:

Alila Ubud - Exterior InteriorAlila Ubud hotel is a tranquil and secluded hillside retreat that sits high up on the edge of the rich green Ayung River valley in Bali’s central foothills, in the traditional Balinese hill village of Payangan. The resort is located 15 minutes from Ubud, the island’s cultural heart. Blending contemporary design and traditional Balinese architecture, the secluded courtyards, spacious terraces and private gardens of our charming Ubud boutique hotel create an intimate feeling like none other.

Accommodation:

The resort's 56 rooms are housed in 14 two-storey blocks designed to resemble a Balinese village. All rooms and villas have panoramic views of the magical Ayung River and surrounding volcanoes.

Activities:

Ubud has developed into a world-class international destination while still maintaining its integrity as the centre of Balinese art and culture. Guests of Alila Ubud Resort Payangan Bali have a chance to experience unforgettable adventures and enjoy the very best this enchanting island has to offer.

Central Ubud
Central Ubud is filled with arts and crafts hubs, boutique cafes, artists' workshops and galleries. There are also some remarkable architectural and other sights to be found. Soak up the atmosphere of general well-being. For some serious shopping, visit the traditional Ubud Market, a busy double-storey warren of stalls selling wood carvings, batik shirts, sarongs and souvenirs.

Kintamani
Kintamani is home to the active volcano of Mount Batur and its beautiful lake, surrounded by captivating panoramic views. There are six ancient villages around the cauldron of Lake Batur, which often claim to be "Bali Aga" or indigenous Balinese. The local people from these Bali Aga villages maintain their own unique cultures, houses and lifestyle.

Goa Gajah
Goa Gajah is nominated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The centrepiece here is a cave dating back to the ninth century, the entrance to which is an ornately carved demon's mouth. Inside are some fragmentary lingam and yoni statues, as well as a statue of Ganesha. Large, carved guards stand around pools near the entrance, and a little path leads to a waterfall, rice fields, and some Buddhist stupa fragments. Some parts of the Goa Gajah complex were not excavated until the 1950s.

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