Sandat Glamping Tents
Ubud, Bali, Indonesia
At a Glance
The property is located amongst lush rice terraces
Sandat Glamping Tents offers five safari-style tents and three traditional Lumbung rooms
There are no televisions or telephones here. To summon your butler, you have to play a wooden instrument!
Each of the luxury tents have their own private plunge pool
The eco-friendly Lumbung rooms can fit two adults and two children; perfect for families
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Bali’s climate is warm and humid, temperatures averaging between 21°C and 31°C. Short bursts of rain occur from November until April, making the velvet green landscape come alive. April to October is the dry season, although in hilly Ubud, you rarely feel too hot.
Festival periods can get busier. In Ubud, however, you never feel the crowds. This is the advantage Ubud has over the south coast area that can get packed to bursting around August, Christmas and New Year.
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Sandat Glamping Tents is a completely unique concept to Ubud, offering luxury safari-style tents and traditional Lumbungs. This is a great choice for guests looking for something a little different during their time in Bali.
If you're wanting to stay somewhere a little more unique and off the beaten track, then this is a great option. Located just a 15-minute drive outside the centre of Ubud sits quirky Sandat Glamping Tents. Sat amongst lush green rice terraces, the property is made up of five luxury tents and three wooden Lumbungs, which traditionally would have been used as rice warehouses.
The three Lumbungs share a swimming pool which is located directly in front of the wooden structures, whilst the five tents each of their own private plunge pool. All of the rooms have been made as eco-friendly as possible and this is particularly noticeable through the lack of a telephone in the room. Instead, guests summon their butler using a wooden instrument!
There is a complimentary shuttle service made available to guests throughout the day, as well as onsite chargeable activities. Treks, tours and white water rafting can be arranged through the concierge service.
You shouldn't expect 5* luxury here, but if boutique, quirky properties are what you're looking for, then this is a superb choice.
There are 8 separate units at Sandat Glamping Tents, made up of 3 traditional Lumbungs, 2 Suite Tents and 3 Luxury Tents.
The eco-friendly Lumbungs are designed in the style of traditional rice warehouses and feature an Alang-Alang thatched roof, a beautiful canopy bedroom and an open-to-sky bathroom. Each of the Lumbungs share a swimming pool, located directly in front of the rooms.
They are also a great option for families as the downstairs living space can be turned into a second bedroom with two single beds.
The Lumbungs have A/C.
Each of the Luxury Tents have an infinity plunge pool and are surrounded by the lush forest. The tents are open plan with a small divider between the bedroom area and the bathroom (shower) and are equipped with mosquito nets, a seating area and an iPod docking station.
The Tents have fans, but no A/C unless specifically requested.
The Suite Tents are exactly the same as the Luxury Tents, aside from the fact that they come with a round bed instead.
Children are very welcome at Sandat Glamping Tents although no formal children's activities or facilities are available.
Sandat Glamping Tents offers guests a relaxing communal area with large sofas and armchairs, board games and a well stocked library. There is also an onsite lava stone bar and a uniquely designed dining area with a wall of mirrors. There is also a concierge service and tour desk where you can arrange exciting activities for your stay in Ubud.
Ubud is full of culture and adventure so there is lots to see and do during your time here. Head into central Ubud which is bursting with arts and crafts, boutique cafes, artists' workshops and galleries. There are also some beautiful buildings and some fun markets. If you want something a bit more off the beaten track, you can drive out to Bangli to a more local village and some temples. There are lots of different treks you could do through rice paddies, tropical vegetation, valleys, waterfalls - all beautiful and you could even cycle if you prefer. A cooking class is also good fun as you can go to the markets first to get your ingredients before heading back to the hotel to cook and then eat. If you're keen to work on your craft skills, why not try your hand at Batik painting or even design and make an original silver piece of jewellery. These are just a few of the things you can do! The concierge service will be able to advise you on the best things to do during your time there.
A Journey through Picturesque Central Bali
Visit some of Bali's most impressive holy temples and stunning UNESCO recognised rice terraces on this journey to Taman Ayun temple complex, Candi Kuning, Ulun Danu Temple and the rice terraces at Jatiluwih.
Bali Street Food Tour
From exotic fruits to exquisite beef rendang, fish fresh from the ocean to regional delicacies, a tour of Denpasar’s street food stalls is a chance to uncover the cultural nuances of the country while enjoying the flavours of its famed cuisines.
Batur's youngest crater - Volcano cooking
Spend an afternoon walking through the luna-esque landscape of Mount Batur from previous eruptions and experience panoramic views of the volcano's caldera. Discover craters and multi coloured minerals as your meal is prepared using a steam vent oven.
Denpasar Street Food Tour with an Expert
Enjoy a foodie experience like no other during this street food tour through Denpasar. Meet with a food expert who will guide you through the different culinary delights of Indonesia.
Exotic Bali by Volkswagen Convertible
Explore Bali's temples and surrounding landscape in a Volkswagen convertible. Take your classic car to Pura Kehan and Gunung Kawi Sebatu temple complexes near Bangli town and bamboo enshrouded Penglipuran and on to arts and crafts villages near Ubud.
Explore the Charms of Northern Bali
Take a day to explore northern Bali, taking in the central highlands, the famous market at Candi Kuning, Ulun Danu temple, the sacred hot springs at Banjar, Lovina town for lunch and the former Dutch capital, Singaraja before visiting Gitgit waterfall.
Kintamani and Monkey Forest Tour
In addition to the Ubud Monkey Forest, this trip takes in Hindu temples, volcanic scenes and traditional Balinese arts. Your day will begin with a Barong dance performance and include three craft villages, Gunung Kawi temple and the "elephant cave".
Kintamani Besakih Tour
Visit the Mother Temple of Bali and witness some of the region's best views on this full day trip of temple culture and traditional arts and crafts. See examples of batik, wood carving and the work of silver and gold-smiths.
R.O.L.E Charitable Experience
Spend half a day with Rivers, Oceans, Lands and Ecology (R.O.L.E) Foundation, which is based in southern Bali. This environmental organisation educates local people on environmental awareness as well as women's empowerment.
Spirit of Belimbing
Visit one of Bali's most remote areas and explore on a 7km trek through rice paddies and plantations. Find the hidden and sacred Benben Waterfall and then at 4pm you will be dressed in Balinese national dress and taken to a jungle temple.
Sunrise over Mount Batur
Experience incredible views from the summit of Mount Batur as the sun rises. Have breakfast before your descent and visit three younger craters with evidence of lava flow and finally enjoy a soothing dip in Toya Bungkah hot springs.
Traditional Bali and Natural Wonders
Discover a traditional Bali as you spend the day exploring farming villages, an 11th century temple complex guarded by a mythical dragon, Penglipuran village concluding with a visit to Kintamani which boasts views of the active volcano, Mount Batur.
Visit Bali's Central Highlands & Tanah Lot at Sunset
Travel through Bedugal's central highlands and past Lake Beratan on this full day adventure across Bali. Witness awe-inspiring views of Lake Buyan and Lake Tamblingan before arriving at spectacular Tanah Lot in time for an unforgettable sunset.
Ubud, Munduk and Mangiss
from £2600 pp inc flights & transfers for 12 nights
- This itinerary provides the perfect combination of culture and exploration
- Explore the dense jungles and waterfalls or lesser visited Munduk
- Meet with a traditional elder and learn about the heritage of Bali's unique culture.
Location & directions
Ubud, Bali, Indonesia
Sandat Glamping Tents is situated just outside the town of Ubud, approximately a 15 minute drive. The property is a short shuttle ride away from cafes, shops and restaurants.
How to get there
17-hour international flight with one change. From the airport Sandat Glamping is a one and a half hour drive away.
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