UBUD, Bali (BPN) – Planning and anticipating a trip is exciting, especially if you are travelling somewhere you’ve never been before. But even if you are returning to a place you love, exploring new experiences can give you that holiday buzz. One of these exciting trips you can experience is at Alila Ubud which currently offers special purchase where guest can get a special holiday package.
Alila Ubud’s Advance Purchase offer, includes daily à la carte breakfast for two at the resort’s Plantation restaurant, complimentary return airport transfers with minimum three nights stay, as well as a host of complimentary Alila Hospitalities, including WiFi, yoga and tai chi classes, daily afternoon tea by the pool and access to the resort’s 24-hour gym.
A shuttle service to Ubud central based on a daily schedule and bicycles are also provided free for guests to explore the town and surrounding countryside.
Alila Ubud also offers a selection of bespoke experiences that allow guests to discover more about the local way of life and culture.
Alila Ubud’s experiences include The Balinese Lifestyle, a journey into the heart of Bali that takes in magical views of the Tegalalang rice terraces, crafted spectacularly to follow the natural contours of the mountain. Guests will also visit the purifying holy water spring of Tirta Empul, Mount Batur and its scenic lake in the cool highlands of Kintamani, and sample Indonesia’s world of aromatic spices, coffee and tea. For those who prefer on a private tour, our tour guide will assist you to explore.
Meanwhile, the Balinese Organic Culinary Masterclass is a must for culinary enthusiasts. Guided by the resort’s resident chef, guests will experience the entire journey from selecting the freshest ingredients at the local market to picking herbs and vegetables from resort’s own organic garden to concocting and savouring some of Bali’s most popular dishes.
Guests can enjoy cooking close to nature, learning about local spices, flavours and culinary techniques. They’ll leave with not only wonderful memories but also the skills to cook a real Balinese meal for family and friends back home.