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The location of Chapung Sebali is breathtaking, high in the hills above Ubud and boasting stunning views over the jungle and tropical landscape beyond
Traditionally designed suites and villas look out over this emerald foliage, with floor-to-ceiling windows flooding the rooms with light and affording stunning views
Simple design details draw inspiration from Scandinavian interiors, while local, earthy materials such as bamboo, volcanic stone and wood create a tranquil, calm retreat
The two restaurants, Blind Pig and Jungle Fish, offer both a cosy, romantic speakeasy-style bar and a delicious menu of Asian and Mediterranean dishes, enjoyed with spectacular views and a swim-up pool bar
A tranquil spa is an oasis of restorative treatments, again offering the incredible views of the hills that make Chapung Sebali such a wonderful base from which to explore Ubud and beyond
Straddling the equator, Indonesia tends to have a fairly even climate year-round. Rather than four seasons, Indonesia has two – dry (between May to September) and wet (between October to April) – and there are no extremes of temperature between winter and summer. In most parts of Indonesia, the wet season falls between October and April and the dry season between May and September. December and January see Bali at its most humid and rain tends to come in sudden tropical downpours, but it can also rain for more prolonged periods.
The Villas, Suites and Residence of Chapung Sebali lie in the lush, tropical hills of Ubud, surrounded by an emerald canopy of palms, forest and rice fields but just a short drive from the centre of this vibrantly creative town.
Dotted throughout a landscape that veers from emerald-green forest to startling blue sky, Chapung Sebali is a countryside escape in the cultural heart of Bali. With a spa and two of Ubud’s most popular restaurants, this is a serene and tranquil spot to unwind within reach of Ubud’s artisan crafts and family-run cafes.
From the 60sq.m Deluxe Suites with their balcony to the 300sq.m One-bedroom Villa with its private pool and the 600sq.m Residence with its double pool, the accommodation of Chapung Sebali is spacious, light and blurs the boundary between interior and exterior. The spectacular views over the Wos River Valley through the floor-to-ceiling windows are instantly calming, a feeling enhanced by the minimalist, earthy decor of the interiors and the simple Scandinavian-inspired design.
With hanging beds, sofas, sunbeds and tables, Jungle Fish is a laidback, trendy spot to enjoy Asian and Mediterranean dishes with mesmerising views over the tropical landscape. One of the more popular dining spots in Ubud, the food is delicious, locally sourced and organic, and only rivalled by the extraordinary views over the jungle foliage, while a swim-up pool bar creates the sense of a private members club. Cosier and with a romantic vibe, the Blind Pig is a more sumptuous concoction of velvet seating, elegant cocktails, candlelight and live music.
Lying at the heart of Bali, Ubud is both a destination in itself and a base from which to explore many of the country’s geological wonders and spellbinding landscapes. Wander through the vibrant markets of the town, led by the heady aroma of exotic spices and the piles of curious fruits and vegetables then duck into a cute family-run warung for a plate of steaming nasi goreng. Head out on a bike or hike through the verdant countryside to see traditional life in rural Bali, or soak in the views as you wander into Ubud along the Campuhan Ridge.
Just ten-minutes north of Ubud, Chapung Sebali is set in the hills and surrounded by rice fields, lush forest and stunning views.
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