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Paradise Resort Villas

Ubud Green Resort Villa is a 16-villas property located on an 8,000 m2 at the center of Ubud's spiritually charming environment.
Ubud Green Resort Villa is designed to capture the sweeping beauty of Ubud's terraced rice field landscape, offering a guest experience that is intimate, unique, and seasoned generously with Balinese hospitality. Our friendly staff members, carefully chosen from the local population, stand ready to pamper you from the heart.



Ubud Green is a collection of 16 contemporary styled villas and duplex harmonizing with the surrounding natural environment and the traditional culture of Bali. Ten spacious villas offer rice paddy views, plunge pool & sundeck, spacious living and dining room, kitchenette, modern appliances. Ubud green offer all the comforts of home and more, in lush tropical environment.



Firefly restaurant, with its cone shaped rooftop and open-air terrace, is a stylish dining venue positioned at the highest point of Ubud Green Resort Villa. The Restaurant offers sweeping views over the entire property and takes in the natural splendor of the adjacent rice fields. If the weather permits, Mt. Agung is beautifully seen from the distance.


The spa facility at Ubud Green Resort Villas has drawn on Bali's tie honoured wellness rituals to create a detailed menu of holistic body treatments. Our spa treatments replenish depleted energy level, counteract the effects of modern living and address certain health concerns. Nehan Spa has been designed as nurturing haven with a private treatment room for head and toe indulgence.



Car Rental

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Shuttle services to Ubud Area



Please come by taxi or reserve airport transfer.

Ubud is a tourist village, famous for its cultural appeal and the beautiful panorama of rice fields, forests and rivers. Entering the village of Ubud you will see various works of art and culture, as stipulated in the beauty of Bali architecture, temple, handicraft, statue including how the Balinese dress and pray to the gods.

It took less than 10 minutes, or about 1 km from the center of Ubud to reach Ubud Green resort villa. The resort is located in a green area with a natural blend of rice paddies, rivers and tropical forests. Precisely at Jln. Sriwedari no. 8, Ubud Bali, Indonesia.

Air Route to Bali

Bali is a small island among the thousands of islands in the territory of Indonesia
Land Route to Ubud Green

It takes approximately one hour journey to Ubud with a distance of about 60 km


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Tumpek Krulut


Tumpek Krulut is a special day festival every Saturday wuku Krulut which held once every 210 days to pay homage to the musical instruments, masks and dance  costumes that is used in some religious ceremonies



Melasti is held several days prior to the Nyepi holy day. Melasti as the ritual to cleanse the world from all the filth of sin and bad karma, through the symbolic act of acquiring the Tirta Amerta, "the water of life". Melasti ceremony is held on the beach with the aim to purify oneself of all the bad things in the past and throw it to the ocean. all of sacred objects which belongs to a temple, such as pralingga or pratima of Lord God and all of sacred equipments, are being cleaned and purified.



Pengerupukan is performed in order to vanquish the negative elements and create a balance with God, Mankind, and Nature. The ritual is also meant to appease Batara Kala by Pecaruan offering of live animal sacrifice. Around sunset the ceremony begins in the house compounds with the noisy banging of pots and pans and bamboo tubes along with burning of dried coconut leaf torches to drive out the demons. Most Hindu Balinese villages make Ogoh-Ogoh, demonic statues made of richly painted bamboo, cloth, tinsel, and styrofoam symbolizing negative elements or malevolent spirits or even characters from Hindu mythology. After the Ogoh-Ogoh have been paraded around the village, they are burned in the cemeteries



Nyepi is a day of silence, fasting and meditation for the Balinese also celebrated as New Year's Day. Nyepi is a day reserved for self-reflection, anything that might interfere with that purpose is restricted. The main restrictions are:

- Amati Geni : No fire or light, including no electricity
- Amati Karya : No working
- Amati Lelunganan : No entertainment or pleasure
- Amati Lelunganan : No traveling and for some no talking also fasting ritual.

The effect of these prohibitions is that Bali's usually bustling streets and roads are empty, no noise from TVs and radios and few signs of activity are seen even inside homes. The only people to be seen outdoors are the Pecalang, traditional security men who patrol the streets to ensure the prohibitions are being followed. For non-Hindu residents and tourists are not exempt from the restrictions. No one is allowed onto the beaches or streets and Bali Airport remains closed for the entire day. The only exceptions granted are for emergency vehicles responding to life-threatening conditions.

Ngembak Geni


Ngembak Geni social activity picks up again quickly as families and friends gather to ask forgiveness from one another and to perform certain religious rituals together. Fires and electricity are allowed again and cooking of food resumes.

Tumpek Kandang


Tumpek Kandang is a special day festival every Saturday wuku Uye which held once every 210 days is an expression of gratitude to the God in the manifestation as Sang Hyang Rare Angon, who gave the grace of life, health, and healing in animals (wild and tame). In this animal blessing day, the household animals are honored with a ceremony or ritual, carried out at the farm simultaneously throughout Bali.