The Bijoux, an old carved teak rice barn, has a veranda and small kitchen. In the rice fields far from traffic. For neighbors: ducks, rice farmers, and an exotic collection of local artists. 2-5 minute walk to restaurants, 15 minute walk to town. Sleep in a double Chinese antique carved bed. Enjoy our friendly staff.
Exotic artists gem of a house. Every detail is uniquely designed with love. Sleep in a double sized carved and painted Chinese bed. Enjoy the carved panel walls and windows. There is a kitchenette with fridge and granite bench with rustic marble sink on the veranda. The bathroom has a petrified wood sink and carved pedestal. The veranda is a place to sit and contemplate the rice fields, ducks, local rice farmers, and the Ganesha statue in the garden.
This house is a work of art and and completely unique.
Besides your house, you have access to walking paths that wind through the neighborhood, with its very interesting overseas guests and local Balinese family compounds. You can also put on traditional temple clothes and be welcomed for local Hindu temple ceremonies.
Interaction with guests
Our staff will do the cleaning for you each day and help you with just about anything. Do you need a massage or a manicure pedicure at home? Do you want the staff to take your personal laundry to an inexpensive laundry service? Directions about where to rent a motor bike?
Other things to note
Ubud tourism focuses on culture, yoga and nature. In contrast to the main tourist area in southern Bali, the area has forests, rivers, cooler temperatures and less congestion.
Unlike many other countries, in Bali you should be polite by talking to everyone you meet. A smile and a simple hello are sufficient, but it is more polite to stop and start a conversation. This is a place to make friends fast. A Balinese saying, "Don't be shy" applies at all times. This also means that you can ask our staff about anything; where to find a good restaurant, where to rent a motor bike or car, where to get a massage, where to find a taxi or tour guide, what to wear when you visit a temple. Don't be shy.
This house is not suitable for young children. There are rice field banks, ponds, irrigation channels and steps that require care to navigate. Great for more grown up kids, but not for the young ones.
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