My place is in Puri Kantor, the extension of Ubud Palace, where the royal family of Ubud has resided for centuries. We are just across the street from Ubud Palace, the cultural center of the city. We have a traditional Balinese house. Your room has a large verandah in front, with a sitting, eating, and working area, (with WiFi) that faces the central courtyard and pavilion, You will feel immersed in the traditional life of the Balinese. My place is good for couples and solo adventurers.
There are several Balinese families living in rooms around the courtyard, so you will experience traditional life in a Balinese household, including the daily rituals of offerings, and special family gatherings for ceremonies. The house is in the heart of Ubud, just across from the Palace, where there are nightly Balinese dance performances by different troupes, near the four of the oldest temples in Ubud, and within walking distance of the Monkey Forest, Campuhan Ridge, and beautiful rice fields that make Bali famous.
Accès des voyageurs
The living areas of Puri Kantor are located off the road, behind a large ceremonial space beside the city's sacred banyan tree, so it is removed from the noise and traffic of the city. Guests access their room through the central courtyard, and can meet family members on the central pavilion, or stay to themselves on the large verandah in front of their room, where they will be served breakfast in the morning and coffee and tea through the day.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
My family lives across the courtyard, so my husband or I will be available any time our guests have questions or need help. Most visitors to Ubud are interested in Balinese traditions, which we are happy to share information about. We can also help guests participate in Balinese ceremonies that take place during their visit, help arrange tours, and introduce them to Balinese food, if they are interested.
Most Balinese families have pets. There are dogs, cats, and birds in the courtyard. Inexpensive professional laundry services are available nearby.
- No noise in the verandah after 9 pm. Shoes must be removed before entering the verndah (Balinese custom).
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