Lodtunduh Sari Villas – Ubud

  • The pool at Lodtunduh Sari Villas
  • Lush gardens
  • Wood villas
  • The entrance at Lodtunduh Sari Villas
  • The pool at Lodtunduh Sari Villas
  • Bali style doors and windows
  • The compound common area
  • Great Balinese decor
  • The pool at Lodtunduh Sari Villas
  • The rice paddies by the villas

Lodtunduh Sari Villas

Lodtunduh Village – Ubud – 80571 Bali – Indonesia 

P: +62 816299210 / +62 361981632



When I thought of pairing my Bali Spirit Festival experience with a great accommodation, I was fortunate enough to be a guest of Lodtunduh Sari Villas.

Great Balinese decor

Great Balinese decor

Nestled at the edge of sprawling rice paddies minutes from the heart of Ubud, Lodtunduh Sari Villas has been crafted by a local architect, hence featuring all the traditional Balinese style you would expect: bungalows in ironwood, stone and glass, openness to nature, including the special touch of alang-alang roofs, along with a well-manicured lush gardens.

The lovely saltwater pool sits right by the rice fields, which make the perfect frame for this private villas compound. Villas feature lovely open-air bathrooms, private patios and gardens, ornate by fish ponds and discreet boundary walls for the utmost privacy, while the amazingly friendly staff in the common area delight guests with the traditional Balinese hospitality as well as with the á la carte restaurant offering delicious Balinese and International dishes.

Wood villas

Wood villas

But the real highlight of Lodtunduh Sari Villas for me was the atmosphere, and the peace and tranquility of the fabulous location, a real sanctuary of relaxation where I felt miles and miles away from the hustle of central Ubud, yet I was so near all the facilities and the Bali Spirit Festival venues. There was absolutely no noise both in the day and in the night, and the entire place was unbelievably quiet; I felt I was in the most serene spot in Ubud. The rice paddies are as genuine as they can get, and you get a real Ubud feeling by strolling down the fields in complete solitude.

All villas are air conditioned and boast free high speed wi-fi Internet connection. I found private parking to be a plus that I thanked each time I returned late at night after the festival concerts at Armas in Ubud. Highly recommended stay!

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Thomas has a university background in the UK and in Latin America, with studies in Languages and Humanities, Culture, Literature and Economics. He started his Asian experience as a publisher in Krabi in 2005. Thomas has been editing local newspapers and magazines in England, Spain and Thailand for more then fifteen years. He is currently working on several projects in Thailand and abroad. Apart from Thailand, Thomas has lived in Italy, England, Venezuela, Cuba, Spain and Bali. He spends most of his time in Asia. During the years Thomas has developed a great understanding of several Asian cultures and people. He is also working freelance, writing short travel stories and articles for travel magazines. Follow Thomas on www.asianitinerary.com

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