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Puri Wulandari Resort Ubud

Bali, Indonesia

About Puri Wulandari Resort Ubud

Ubud is known as one of Bali’s most remarkable regions – a place of extraordinary nature and spiritual energy. Puri Wulandari Resort Ubud, a boutique resort and spa offers you the ultimate Ubud experience. A single smoothly paved drive way is the only visible connection between you and the outer world. As you travel to the magnificent open lobby, you are greeted with breathtaking views of the Ayung River to the jungle green beyond revealing all 35 private villas, nestling amongst a series steep embankments downhill.

Puri Wulandari is a favourite amongst newlyweds and those who seek romantic times. From a private villa with private pool, to a four posted bed with mosquito net, to a flower bath in sunken bathtub, to a romantic dinner under the moonlight, and countless intimate moments, Puri Wulandari provides a highly tailored service for your romantic getaway.

The team of professional chefs describes their cuisine as “Global Fusion”, food that offers flavors and influences from various parts of the world using only the freshest of ingredients with an emphasis on visual presentation. 

The Lila Ulangun Spa facilities offer you a variety of ancient natural healing remedies. Her 2 open wide open-aired treatment rooms offer double Jacuzzis, sauna rooms and traditional outdoors showers, with discreet private changing areas. All boasts wonderful views of the surrounding rice paddies and leave you fell relax and rejuvenated.

Puri Wulandari is home to enchanting wedding venues. There are five primary wedding scenes, each one of them offering a different exotic backdrop and exquisite setting for couples to exchange their vows. Service ranges from a simple romantic dinner to a royal wedding ceremony with cocktails and wedding reception. The Wedding services are personalised to your wishes.

 

Note: Blockout dates for weddings including 24th December to 1st January and Nyepi Day (1 day before and after)

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