The Nandini Bali Jungle Resort & Spa offers a warm welcome, where the reception comprises a traditional Balinese village simply constructed from natural materials and nestling amid the raw nature of forest, rice terraces and banana groves but which conceals an oasis of luxury!
The Nandini Bali Jungle Resort & Spa provides a five star luxury villa set into a naturally terraced landscape interlinked by winding paths and for added comfort an exclusive monorail to make light work of those slopes with a swimming pool excavated from the hillside and elevated 15 metres above the descending forested river gorge beneath.
Guests will have a choice of healthy, healing and soothing treatments, massages and spa to enhance your well-being and make you feel at one with nature.
Amidst the valley, 18 traditionally built alang-alang roofed villas are melted on a slope, allowing each stay an experience of an oasis of luxury, exclusivity and sophistication. Careful consideration to each detail was taken to highlight the creativity and quality of workmanship that reflects the natural design. Whether you are resting in your bed, sitting on your balcony, relaxing in the bath or enjoying the shower, you will not dismiss the spoiled views.
17" LCD TV, DVD Player
Coffee & tea maker
Private safety box
Individual air conditioning
Seperate bath tub and shower
Full bathroom amenities
Bathrobe & slippers
Indulge in nature, while you pamper yourself and remove the stress of everyday life. An early morning massage in our 'Sungai Spa', not only relaxes with the exotic Balinese techniques but soothes with the natural breeze of the surrounding rainforest while you hear the water running from the cascades below. If you're lucky, you can spot the rich abundance of wildlife, including the forests most famous residents -the cheeky Macque monkeys. Experience the natural healing energy of this holistic location by taking a private yoga class or enjoy a wellness juice while you revitalize in our outdoor Jacuzzi.
Pure pleasure...purifying at Nandini Bali.
The Resort also offers culinary experiences created by combining the finest local produce with the skills and expertise of our chefs to provide you with the aromas, tastes and sensations of fine dining at its very best with a private cocktail party with friends or a romantic dinner for two on the deck of our exclusive outdoor Jacuzzi.
This breathtaking bicycle tour winds down through lush valleys, through Balinese villages, past century-old temples and rich green rice fields. Expert guides will explain the history of the land, culture, its people, and take you on an unforgettable experience that will remain with you long after you leave.
Visualize a swimming pool excavated from the hillside and elevated 15 metres above the descending forested river gorge beneath. Take the journey down in a uniquely built monorail or follow the weaving paths between the villas, each hand stamped with a local leaf print. Hidden between the spa pavillions, rests an adventure to the concealed river...an experience only one that visits can explain. Whether seeking cultural tourism, an adventure, a wellness retreat, or simply a definite unforgettable unique experience...
Experience Nature's Elegance...the Nandini Experience...
Stay at Nandini Bali Jungle Resort & Spa, a single luxury resort!
only takes 20 minutes from central Ubud, and about 10 minutes from Payangan Market go to west side you would find Banjar Susut area where's Nandini places
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 Days before arrival. After this date, charges will be applied by the property up to the full cost of the reservation. Deposits paid are non refundable.
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