Get in touch with our luxury hotel in Ubud
The Warwick Ibah Luxury Villas & Spa hotel is in an ideal location in the heart of the countryside yet only 5 minutes’ drive from the popular town of Ubud. Nearby attractions include the Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary, the Gunung Lebah Temple and the scenic Campuhan Ridge Walk.
Should you wish to experience a taste of true Balinese culture we recommend the BaliSpirit Festival (for yoga, dance and music), the Ubud Food Festival and the Ubud Writer and Reader Festival. Please ask our staff for more details on these events to visit in Bali.
- Address Jalan Raya Campuhan, 80571 Ubud, Bali, Indonesia
- Phone +62 361 974466 | Fax +62 361 974 467
- Contact [email protected]
Gunung Lebah Temple
This stunning eighth-century temple is one of Ubud’s central landmarks. With its peaceful setting among lush, natural surroundings, bamboo forests and the Campuhan River, this temple is also a great place to catch a glimpse of a traditional Balinese ritual, dance or ceremony.
The Blanco Renaissance Museum
This striking studio sits atop a mountain overlooking the Campuan River and belonged to one of the most famous artists ever to live in Bali, Doña Antonia Blanco. This unusual building, which combines unique Balinese architecture with Blanco’s Spanish influence, is home to a fascinating collection of his works.
Campuhan Ridge Walk
One of Ubud’s most popular treks, this incredible trail is surprisingly free from crowds and offers stunning vistas of Bali’s iconic landscape. Enjoy peace and tranquillity as you walk through stunning rice fields, past temples, rivers and over bridges.
Puri Lukisan Museum
Bali’s oldest art museum, this fascinating spot is home to the island’s finest collection of traditional and modern Balinese paintings and wood carvings. The variety of pieces on show provide a great overview of the different artistic styles and schools seen across Bali.
Ubud Palace & Ubud Market
Spend an afternoon perusing Ubud Market and discovering beautiful hand-crafted goods, bags and clothing, before visiting the beautiful palace, which is the official residence of the royal family of Ubud. Visitors can also enjoy Balinese dance performances in the evenings.