The Bali Honeymoon Guide

The Bali Honeymoon Guide


The Bali Honeymoon Guide

Bali, an island full of juxtapositions, has an outsized personality and diversity of activity for its small size. Within a few hour's drive from west to east, you can go from a music scene and beach clubs, to ancient temples and lush rainforests, and on to waterfalls and nearly isolated beaches. It is both otherworldly in its mysticism and very worldly in the amount of tourists that frequent the island. And its popularity is for good reason; it is the ideal honeymoon spot, as a trip to Bali beckons you to linger (we recommend for at least ten days), and during that time you can have very distinct experiences with little to no travel in between. From rain forest to beaches and with deeply-routed culture, you may just decide to make Bali your permanent home.


Bali's west coast featuring Seminyak

Start your honeymoon off with some fun in these hip, west coast beach towns. Less than an hour from the airport to paradise, after a long journey you'll be glad you came here. Where the sun-soaked days are only rivaled by the unforgettable sunsets, and where the seafood and drinks are only rivaled by the impossibly cool atmosphere.

  • What To Do
  • Where To Eat

HEAD TO THE BEACH CLUB

In our opinion, the best way to go to the beach. There are many beach clubs to frequent, but our favorite is Potato Head Beach Club in Seminyak. Lounge in the sun, swim up to their pool bar in their oceanfront infinity pool, have a poolside lunch but most importantly, make sure you stay for sunset. And be sure to check their website prior to going as they'll often have cool concerts and events that you won't want to miss. By the same owners as Katamama Hotel, if you are staying at the property they'll take extra care to reserve you one of the best oceanfront daybeds. If you are staying at Katamama, reserve your spot with the concierge when you arrive. If you're staying elsewhere, arrive a bit before they open at 11:00a.m. to make sure you can reserve a spot for the day.

Other beachfront properties we love: La Brisa in Canggu (for its laid-back atmosphere ), Ku De Ta in Seminyak (for fine dining and a sleek, modern feel) or travel further on to Ulu Cliffhouse (for its pool and stunning cliff-hugging views) or Sundays Beach Club (for water sports and actually spending time on the beach)

Potato Head Beach Club

SPEND THE AFTERNOON AROUND SEMINYAK

There's lots to see other than the stunning sunsets. Head into the heart of Seminyak for great shopping, such as Mercredi (home décor), SOUQ Organic (with a cafe and chic fashion and home), Satu Nama (home décor) and Magali Pascal (high-end fashion). And make sure to pop in to Katamama hotel's concept stores on your way back from the beach club–from beach tees to beach bags and home wares, you're bound to find a unique and artful piece to take home. Once you work up an appetite, head to one of the many Instagram-worthy acai bowl spots like Sisterfields or KYND Community for a refreshing (and relatively healthy) treat.

 

BOOK A SURF LESSON

With some of the areas best surf, heading out for a lesson is a must. We recommend working with your concierge to arrange a private surf lesson so you get the most out of it.

For breakfast and snacks:

  • SEA CIRCUS | for a backdrop as colorful as their fruit bowls
  • KYND COMMUNITY | for plant-based (and Instagram-worthy) juices and bowls
  • SISTERFIELDS | for Australian brunch with modern décor
  • KATAMAMA RESTAURANT | for western-style breakfasts using local ingredients

 

For lunch:

  • SARDINE | for great seafood with idyllic outdoor space
  • POTATO HEAD BEACH CLUB | for a day of poolside bites and a swim-up bar
  • LA BRISA | for a meal with beachside views

 

For dinner:

  • KAUM | for authentic Indonesian cuisine
  • SARONG | for Southeast Asian food in a dramatic, moody atmosphere
  • MAMA SAN |for a great drink menu and 1920s Shanghai vibes
  • LA LUCCIOLA |for dinner in an open-air house with ocean views
  • KU DE TA | for good music and impressive sunsets
  • MOTEL MEXICOLA | for a casual, fun atmosphere
  • DA MARIA | for a taste of Italian

Ubud

Bali's cultural heart, Ubud at once buzzes with markets and shops, while also being a center for yoga and healing.

  • What to Do
  • Where To Eat

WALK THE CAMPUHAN RIDGE

A perfect hike for the non-hiker, this relaxed walk with a paved path is the perfect way to stay a bit active on your honeymoon. The biggest tip we can give you is head out early, around sunrise, in order to escape the crowds. At this time of morning you'll find peace in this walk and will avoid the beating sun. With the river to the left and lush green vistas all around, w recommend starting from the north and walking the hour-long trail south – that way you'll end back in town in time to grab a nice breakfast.

Campuhan Ridge Walk

UNWIND AT THE SPA

Recharge after your wedding (and a long flight) at the spa. Though incredible spa experiences are abundant, we love the spa at Como Shambhala, a place with a holistic view on spa and wellness. They offer incredible day packages, including one with a water blessing, meditation class and private massage in their water garden, surrounded by lush landscape and the sounds of the spring flowing and chirping birds. Also known as bliss, if you ask us. Also a splurge-worthy experience, head to Mandapa, where they offer Balinese healing rituals or more traditional treatments like the one they all 'Empower Me', a treatment for women starting with meditation and massage and ending with a facial. Sign us up.

 

STRETCH YOUR MIND AND BODY AT YOGA

Being a primarily Buddhist island, Bali has deep routes in yoga and meditation. Head to the Yoga Barn, one of Ubud's most popular yoga destinations, but take note reservations only open 30-60 minutes prior to the class, with the exception of their famed 'Ecstatic Dance' class that you must book in advance and where attendees are encouraged to let loose and dance to the beat of whatever drum they so choose. Another great yoga option is at Como Uma, where classes meet in a pavilion overlooking the Ayung river. Because who doesn't love yoga with a view?

 

EXPLORE THE JATILUWIH RICE TERRACES

While these technically aren't in Ubud and are actually over an hour drive outside of town, but it's worth the trek off the beaten path as these rice terraces are far less touristy than Tegallalang. Hire a driver and head to this UNESCO World Heritage Site, these rice terraces span as far as the eye can see. Meander through these on a well-marked trail and take in the incredible scenery.

Jatiluwih Rice Terraces

VISIT THE MARKET AND LOCAL SHOPS

Artfulness and craftsmanship surround you in Bali, from the woven ata bags to the woodwork and ornate carvings on temples. Head into the heart of Ubud to catch a glimpse of busy markets packed with crafts. It's overwhelming and overly popular, but if you can take it enjoy a walk around to feel the bustle. However, the best pieces can be found outside of the market stalls. For textile lovers, head to Threads of Life, a fair trade business helping to preserve culture and weaving practices throughout Indonesia.


For lunch:

  • COPPER KITCHEN | for hip, rooftop dining
  • NAUGHTY NURI'S | for casual roadside BBQ
  • UMA CUCINA | for pizza, because, who doesn't love that?

For dinner and dessert:

  • LOCAVORE | for an incredible tasting menu of local foods
  • MOZAIC | for outdoor dining in a romantic atmosphere
  • BRIDGES | for upscale dining with bridge views
  • KUBU | for cool architecture and fine dining
  • ROOM 4 DESSERT | for a dessert-only tasting menu

Geringsing weavings in Tenganan

Bali's East Coast

Unwind and relax on Bali's less-inhabited, less-touristy east coast. Enjoy a truly slow pace of living here, enjoy cultural sites and activities, and head to tucked-away beaches.

  • Where to stay: without a doubt, Amankila. Worth the splurge, lounge by a three-tiered infinity pool, inspired by Bali's rice terraces or spend the day by the beachfront. Sign up for the romance package to be swept off your feet, with luxuries such as private satay with a view, a couple's massage and private morning boat tour.
  • What to do: Visit Tenganan, a traditional Balinese village famous for its 'geringsing', or double ikat textiles. Made in only a handful of other places in the world, you may watch expert weavers in practice and take one home. Then head to Tirta Gangga, the former Balinese royal palace for serene gardens and temples.

When to go

Peak season is May-October, when it is a little cooler and dryer.

 

Where to stay

  • Katamama | ☆☆☆☆☆ | $$$ | Seminyak
  • The Slow | ☆☆☆☆☆ | $$ | Canggu
  • Amankila |☆☆☆☆☆ | $$$$ | Manggis
  • COMO Uma |☆☆☆☆☆ | $$$ | Ubud
  • COMO Shambhala Estate | ☆☆☆☆☆ | $$$$ | Ubud
  • Amandari | ☆☆☆☆☆ | $$$$ | Ubud
  • Mandapa, A Ritz-Carlton Reserve | ☆☆☆☆☆ | $$$$ | Ubud

Amankila


Bali, an island full of juxtapositions, has an outsized personality and diversity of activity for its small size. Within a few hour's drive from west to east, you can go from a music scene and beach clubs, to ancient temples and lush rainforests, and on to waterfalls and nearly isolated beaches. It is both otherworldly in its mysticism and very worldly in the amount of tourists that frequent the island. And its popularity is for good reason; it is the ideal honeymoon spot, as a trip to Bali beckons you to linger (we recommend for at least ten days), and during that time you can have very distinct experiences with little to no travel in between. From rain forest to beaches and with deeply-routed culture, you may just decide to make Bali your permanent home.

 

Bali's west coast featuring Seminyak

Start your honeymoon off with some fun in these hip, west coast beach towns. Less than an hour from the airport to paradise, after a long journey you'll be glad you came here. Where the sun-soaked days are only rivaled by the unforgettable sunsets, and where the seafood and drinks are only rivaled by the impossibly cool atmosphere.

Bali, an island full of juxtapositions, has an outsized personality and diversity of activity for its small size. Within a few hour's drive from west to east, you can go from a music scene and beach clubs, to ancient temples and lush rainforests, and on to waterfalls and nearly isolated beaches. It is both otherworldly in its mysticism and very worldly in the amount of tourists that frequent the island. And its popularity is for good reason; it is the ideal honeymoon spot, as a trip to Bali beckons you to linger (we recommend for at least ten days), and during that time you can have very distinct experiences with little to no travel in between. From rain forest to beaches and with deeply-routed culture, you may just decide to make Bali your permanent home.

Bali's west coast featuring Seminyak

Start your honeymoon off with some fun in these hip, west coast beach towns. Less than an hour from the airport to paradise, after a long journey you'll be glad you came here. Where the sun-soaked days are only rivaled by the unforgettable sunsets, and where the seafood and drinks are only rivaled by the impossibly cool atmosphere.

  • What To Do
  • Where To Eat

HEAD TO THE BEACH CLUB

In our opinion, the best way to go to the beach. There are many beach clubs to frequent, but our favorite is Potato Head Beach Club in Seminyak. Lounge in the sun, swim up to their pool bar in their oceanfront infinity pool, have a poolside lunch but most importantly, make sure you stay for sunset. And be sure to check their website prior to going as they'll often have cool concerts and events that you won't want to miss. By the same owners as Katamama Hotel, if you are staying at the property they'll take extra care to reserve you one of the best oceanfront daybeds. If you are staying at Katamama, reserve your spot with the concierge when you arrive. If you're staying elsewhere, arrive a bit before they open at 11:00a.m. to make sure you can reserve a spot for the day.

Other beachfront properties we love: La Brisa in Canggu (for its laid-back atmosphere ), Ku De Ta in Seminyak (for fine dining and a sleek, modern feel) or travel further on to Ulu Cliffhouse (for its pool and stunning cliff-hugging views) or Sundays Beach Club (for water sports and actually spending time on the beach)

Potato Head Beach Club

SPEND THE AFTERNOON AROUND SEMINYAK

There's lots to see other than the stunning sunsets. Head into the heart of Seminyak for great shopping, such as Mercredi (home décor), SOUQ Organic (with a cafe and chic fashion and home), Satu Nama (home décor) and Magali Pascal (high-end fashion). And make sure to pop in to Katamama hotel's concept stores on your way back from the beach club–from beach tees to beach bags and home wares, you're bound to find a unique and artful piece to take home. Once you work up an appetite, head to one of the many Instagram-worthy acai bowl spots like Sisterfields or KYND Community for a refreshing (and relatively healthy) treat.

 

BOOK A SURF LESSON

With some of the areas best surf, heading out for a lesson is a must. We recommend working with your concierge to arrange a private surf lesson so you get the most out of it.

For breakfast and snacks:

  • SEA CIRCUS | for a backdrop as colorful as their fruit bowls
  • KYND COMMUNITY | for plant-based (and Instagram-worthy) juices and bowls
  • SISTERFIELDS | for Australian brunch with modern décor
  • KATAMAMA RESTAURANT | for western-style breakfasts using local ingredients

 

For lunch:

  • SARDINE | for great seafood with idyllic outdoor space
  • POTATO HEAD BEACH CLUB | for a day of poolside bites and a swim-up bar
  • LA BRISA | for a meal with beachside views

 

For dinner:

  • KAUM | for authentic Indonesian cuisine
  • SARONG | for Southeast Asian food in a dramatic, moody atmosphere
  • MAMA SAN |for a great drink menu and 1920s Shanghai vibes
  • LA LUCCIOLA |for dinner in an open-air house with ocean views
  • KU DE TA | for good music and impressive sunsets
  • MOTEL MEXICOLA | for a casual, fun atmosphere
  • DA MARIA | for a taste of Italian
  • What To Do
  • Where To Eat

HEAD TO THE BEACH CLUB

In our opinion, the best way to go to the beach. There are many beach clubs to frequent, but our favorite is Potato Head Beach Club in Seminyak. Lounge in the sun, swim up to their pool bar in their oceanfront infinity pool, have a poolside lunch but most importantly, make sure you stay for sunset. And be sure to check their website prior to going as they'll often have cool concerts and events that you won't want to miss. By the same owners as Katamama Hotel, if you are staying at the property they'll take extra care to reserve you one of the best oceanfront daybeds. If you are staying at Katamama, reserve your spot with the concierge when you arrive. If you're staying elsewhere, arrive a bit before they open at 11:00a.m. to make sure you can reserve a spot for the day.

Other beachfront properties we love: La Brisa in Canggu (for its laid-back atmosphere ), Ku De Ta in Seminyak (for fine dining and a sleek, modern feel) or travel further on to Ulu Cliffhouse (for its pool and stunning cliff-hugging views) or Sundays Beach Club (for water sports and actually spending time on the beach)

Potato Head Beach Club

SPEND THE AFTERNOON AROUND SEMINYAK

There's lots to see other than the stunning sunsets. Head into the heart of Seminyak for great shopping, such as Mercredi (home décor), SOUQ Organic (with a cafe and chic fashion and home), Satu Nama (home décor) and Magali Pascal (high-end fashion). And make sure to pop in to Katamama hotel's concept stores on your way back from the beach club–from beach tees to beach bags and home wares, you're bound to find a unique and artful piece to take home. Once you work up an appetite, head to one of the many Instagram-worthy acai bowl spots like Sisterfields or KYND Community for a refreshing (and relatively healthy) treat.

 

BOOK A SURF LESSON

With some of the areas best surf, heading out for a lesson is a must. We recommend working with your concierge to arrange a private surf lesson so you get the most out of it.

For breakfast and snacks:

  • SEA CIRCUS | for a backdrop as colorful as their fruit bowls
  • KYND COMMUNITY | for plant-based (and Instagram-worthy) juices and bowls
  • SISTERFIELDS | for Australian brunch with modern décor
  • KATAMAMA RESTAURANT | for western-style breakfasts using local ingredients

For lunch:

  • SARDINE | for great seafood with idyllic outdoor space
  • POTATO HEAD BEACH CLUB | for a day of poolside bites and a swim-up bar
  • LA BRISA | for a meal with beachside views

For dinner:

  • KAUM | for authentic Indonesian cuisine
  • SARONG | for Southeast Asian food in a dramatic, moody atmosphere
  • MAMA SAN |for a great drink menu and 1920s Shanghai vibes
  • LA LUCCIOLA |for dinner in an open-air house with ocean views
  • KU DE TA | for good music and impressive sunsets
  • MOTEL MEXICOLA | for a casual, fun atmosphere
  • DA MARIA | for a taste of Italian

Ubud

Bali's cultural heart, Ubud at once buzzes with markets and shops, while also being a center for yoga and healing.

  • What To Do
  • Where To Eat

WALK THE CAMPUHAN RIDGE

A perfect hike for the non-hiker, this relaxed walk with a paved path is the perfect way to stay a bit active on your honeymoon. The biggest tip we can give you is head out early, around sunrise, in order to escape the crowds. At this time of morning you'll find peace in this walk and will avoid the beating sun. With the river to the left and lush green vistas all around, w recommend starting from the north and walking the hour-long trail south – that way you'll end back in town in time to grab a nice breakfast.

Campuhan Ridge Walk

UNWIND AT THE SPA

Recharge after your wedding (and a long flight) at the spa. Though incredible spa experiences are abundant, we love the spa at Como Shambhala, a place with a holistic view on spa and wellness. They offer incredible day packages, including one with a water blessing, meditation class and private massage in their water garden, surrounded by lush landscape and the sounds of the spring flowing and chirping birds. Also known as bliss, if you ask us. Also a splurge-worthy experience, head to Mandapa, where they offer Balinese healing rituals or more traditional treatments like the one they all 'Empower Me', a treatment for women starting with meditation and massage and ending with a facial. Sign us up.

 

STRETCH YOUR MIND AND BODY AT YOGA

Being a primarily Buddhist island, Bali has deep routes in yoga and meditation. Head to the Yoga Barn, one of Ubud's most popular yoga destinations, but take note reservations only open 30-60 minutes prior to the class, with the exception of their famed 'Ecstatic Dance' class that you must book in advance and where attendees are encouraged to let loose and dance to the beat of whatever drum they so choose. Another great yoga option is at Como Uma, where classes meet in a pavilion overlooking the Ayung river. Because who doesn't love yoga with a view?

 

EXPLORE THE JATILUWIH RICE TERRACES

While these technically aren't in Ubud and are actually over an hour drive outside of town, but it's worth the trek off the beaten path as these rice terraces are far less touristy than Tegallalang. Hire a driver and head to this UNESCO World Heritage Site, these rice terraces span as far as the eye can see. Meander through these on a well-marked trail and take in the incredible scenery.

Jatiluwih Rice Terraces

VISIT THE MARKET AND LOCAL SHOPS

Artfulness and craftsmanship surround you in Bali, from the woven ata bags to the woodwork and ornate carvings on temples. Head into the heart of Ubud to catch a glimpse of busy markets packed with crafts. It's overwhelming and overly popular, but if you can take it enjoy a walk around to feel the bustle. However, the best pieces can be found outside of the market stalls. For textile lovers, head to Threads of Life, a fair trade business helping to preserve culture and weaving practices throughout Indonesia.

For lunch:

  • COPPER KITCHEN | for hip, rooftop dining
  • NAUGHTY NURI'S | for casual roadside BBQ
  • UMA CUCINA | for pizza, because, who doesn't love that?

For dinner and dessert:

  • LOCAVORE | for an incredible tasting menu highlighting local foods
  • MOZAIC | for outdoor dining in a romantic atmosphere
  • BRIDGES | for upscale dining with bridge views
  • KUBU | for cool architecture and fine dining
  • ROOM 4 DESSERT | for a dessert-only tasting menu

Ubud

Bali's cultural heart, Ubud at once buzzes with markets and shops, while also being a center for yoga and healing.


  • What To Do
  • Where To Eat

WALK THE CAMPUHAN RIDGE

A perfect hike for the non-hiker, this relaxed walk with a paved path is the perfect way to stay a bit active on your honeymoon. The biggest tip we can give you is head out early, around sunrise, in order to escape the crowds. At this time of morning you'll find peace in this walk and will avoid the beating sun. With the river to the left and lush green vistas all around, w recommend starting from the north and walking the hour-long trail south – that way you'll end back in town in time to grab a nice breakfast.

Campuhan Ridge Walk

UNWIND AT THE SPA

Recharge after your wedding (and a long flight) at the spa. Though incredible spa experiences are abundant, we love the spa at Como Shambhala, a place with a holistic view on spa and wellness. They offer incredible day packages, including one with a water blessing, meditation class and private massage in their water garden, surrounded by lush landscape and the sounds of the spring flowing and chirping birds. Also known as bliss, if you ask us. Also a splurge-worthy experience, head to Mandapa, where they offer Balinese healing rituals or more traditional treatments like the one they all 'Empower Me', a treatment for women starting with meditation and massage and ending with a facial. Sign us up.

 

STRETCH YOUR MIND AND BODY AT YOGA

Being a primarily Buddhist island, Bali has deep routes in yoga and meditation. Head to the Yoga Barn, one of Ubud's most popular yoga destinations, but take note reservations only open 30-60 minutes prior to the class, with the exception of their famed 'Ecstatic Dance' class that you must book in advance and where attendees are encouraged to let loose and dance to the beat of whatever drum they so choose. Another great yoga option is at Como Uma, where classes meet in a pavilion overlooking the Ayung river. Because who doesn't love yoga with a view?

 

EXPLORE THE JATILUWIH RICE TERRACES

While these technically aren't in Ubud and are actually over an hour drive outside of town, but it's worth the trek off the beaten path as these rice terraces are far less touristy than Tegallalang. Hire a driver and head to this UNESCO World Heritage Site, these rice terraces span as far as the eye can see. Meander through these on a well-marked trail and take in the incredible scenery.

Jatiluwih Rice Terraces

VISIT THE MARKET AND LOCAL SHOPS

Artfulness and craftsmanship surround you in Bali, from the woven ata bags to the woodwork and ornate carvings on temples. Head into the heart of Ubud to catch a glimpse of busy markets packed with crafts. It's overwhelming and overly popular, but if you can take it enjoy a walk around to feel the bustle. However, the best pieces can be found outside of the market stalls. For textile lovers, head to Threads of Life, a fair trade business helping to preserve culture and weaving practices throughout Indonesia.

For lunch:

  • COPPER KITCHEN | for hip, rooftop dining
  • NAUGHTY NURI'S | for casual roadside BBQ
  • UMA CUCINA | for pizza, because, who doesn't love that?

For dinner and dessert:

  • LOCAVORE | for an incredible tasting menu highlighting local foods
  • MOZAIC | for outdoor dining in a romantic atmosphere
  • BRIDGES | for upscale dining with bridge views
  • KUBU | for cool architecture and fine dining
  • ROOM 4 DESSERT | for a dessert-only tasting menu

Geringsing weavings in Tenganan

Bali's East Coast

Unwind and relax on Bali's less-inhabited, less-touristy east coast. Enjoy a truly slow pace of living here, enjoy cultural sites and activities, and head to tucked-away beaches.

  • Where to stay: without a doubt, Amankila. Worth the splurge, lounge by a three-tiered infinity pool, inspired by Bali's rice terraces or spend the day by the beachfront. Sign up for the romance package to be swept off your feet, with luxuries such as private satay with a view, a couple's massage and private morning boat tour.
  • What to do: Visit Tenganan, a traditional Balinese village famous for its 'geringsing', or double ikat textiles. Made in only a handful of other places in the world, you may watch expert weavers in practice and take one home. Then head to Tirta Gangga, the former Balinese royal palace for serene gardens and temples.

When to go

Peak season is May-October, when it is a little cooler and dryer.

 

Where to stay

  • Katamama | ☆☆☆☆☆ | $$$ | Seminyak
  • The Slow | ☆☆☆☆☆ | $$ | Canggu
  • Amankila | ☆☆☆☆☆ | $$$$ | Manggis
  • COMO Uma |☆☆☆☆☆ | $$$ | Ubud
  • COMO Shambhala Estate | ☆☆☆☆☆ | $$$$ | Ubud
  • Amandari | ☆☆☆☆☆ | $$$$ | Ubud
  • Mandapa, A Ritz-Carlton Reserve | ☆☆☆☆☆ | $$$$ | Ubud

Amankila

Bali's East Coast

Unwind and relax on Bali's less-inhabited, less-touristy east coast. Enjoy a truly slow pace of living here, enjoy cultural sites and activities, and head to tucked-away beaches.

  • Where to stay: without a doubt, Amankila. Worth the splurge, lounge by a three-tiered infinity pool, inspired by Bali's rice terraces or spend the day by the beachfront. Sign up for the romance package to be swept off your feet, with luxuries such as private satay with a view, a couple's massage and private morning boat tour.
  • What to do: Visit Tenganan, a traditional Balinese village famous for its 'geringsing', or double ikat textiles. Made in only a handful of other places in the world, you may watch expert weavers in practice and take one home. Then head to Tirta Gangga, the former Balinese royal palace for serene gardens and temples.

Geringsing weavings in Tenganan

When to go

Peak season is May-October, when it is a little cooler and dryer.

 

Where to stay

  • Katamama | ☆☆☆☆☆ | $$$ | Seminyak
  • The Slow | ☆☆☆☆☆ | $$ | Canggu
  • Amankila | ☆☆☆☆☆ | $$$$ | Manggis
  • COMO Uma |☆☆☆☆☆ | $$$ | Ubud
  • COMO Shambhala Estate | ☆☆☆☆☆ | $$$$ | Ubud
  • Amandari | ☆☆☆☆☆ | $$$$ | Ubud
  • Mandapa, A Ritz-Carlton Reserve | ☆☆☆☆☆ | $$$$ | Ubud

Amankila

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