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Luxury Ubud Holidays

The heart of Balinese heritage

Ubud

The inland town of Ubud is surrounded by lush hills, with luxury hotels squirreled away in moss-green valleys. It's known as the cultural heart of Bali - craft shops, market stalls and art galleries line the streets, and the royal palace provides the setting for traditional Balinese dance performances.

Nearby, there's plenty to keep you busy. The curvy rice terraces of Tegallalang are a photographer's dream (they can get busy, so if you prefer something a little quieter, a short taxi or bike ride will bring you to rice paddies that are less crowded but just as beautiful). There's also a sprinkling of serene temples in easy reach of Ubud, including the 11th-century Elephant Cave Temple, which features ancient statues, bathing pools and intricately carved stone walls.
Our pick of the top hotels in Ubud
Every one of our hotels is handpicked and personally visited by our team

Four Seasons Sayan

Bali, Ubud

The Samaya Ubud

Bali, Ubud
Flight Information

Flight time from the UK to Bali is around 16 hours.

Transfer Time

Transfer time from Bali airport to Ubud is approximately 90 minutes.

When to go

Situated close to the equator, Bali has a tropical climate with two distinctive dry and rainy seasons. The rainy seasons last from around November to February. April to June is a lovely time to visit Bali; it’s dry, temperatures hover around 27°C and there’s less humidity than in July and August.

Visa Information

Currently visas are not required for UK citizens travelling to Indonesia for 30 days or less.

Tipping

Tipping isn’t required in Bali as a service charge will generally be added to your bill at restaurants and hotels, so there is no need to leave a tip as well. However, if you wanted to leave a tip for excellent service, aim for 10,000 to 20,000 rupiah for drivers, porters and wait staff (although try to hand it to them directly rather than leaving it on the table).

Introduction to languages

The official language of Bali is Indonesian. English is widely spoken too.

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