Hidden from the tourist hoards, located just 100m of Ubud’s monkey forest sanctuary in the far northern corner of Nyuh Kuning Village. Nestled between rice fields and tropical rainforest here you will discover the intricacies of Balinese culture and the beauty of its nature.
Experience the atmosphere of a village community of artisans where you are greeted with smiles, and can watch local smiths at work. Be inspired by this peaceful village where art, nature and culture blend and make your stay at Saren Indah both unique and memorable. Saren Indah hotel borrows its architecture from Balinese traditional design, and the inspiration for its layout from the surrounding traditional village, rice fields and rainforest, flawlessly abiding Hindu concepts. Saren Indah is the ideal place for your holiday, with our friendly and personal service, coupled with the peace and serenity of the surrounding artisan community of Nyuh Kuning village. With a strong emphasis on relaxation, privacy and personal services we are able to cater for all your needs. Join us for a holiday and enjoy our full pampering service. Our experienced staff will ensure your stay in Bali is one of your great memories.This is the perfect backdrop for your experience of Bali.
- Free Wifi internet in whole hotel areas
- Swimming Pool
- Safety deposit boxes
- Doctor on call
- Tourist information
- Tour programs
- Complimentary shuttle service to/from Ubud.
Why you should visit Ubud
Ubud is a tiny green peaceful town in the middle of the Bali island and is regarded as the cultural centre of Bali. It is famous as an arts and crafts hub, and much of the town and nearby villages seems to consist of artists’ workshops and galleries. There are some remarkable architectural and other sights to be found, and a general feeling of well being to be enjoyed, all thanks to the spirit, surroundings, and climate of the place.
Central Ubud has three main streets: Jalan Raya Ubud (street), Jalan Monkey Forest (street) and Jalan Hanoman (street). At the intersection of Jalan Raya Ubud and Jalan Monkey Forest are Ubud Market and Ubud Palace. Jalan Monkey Forest, which runs south through town to the Monkey Forest, is a built-up area, and home to a wide array of accommodation, art galleries, and cafes, as well a number of local services such as schools, a sports field, pharmacies, and travel agents. Jalan Hanoman, which runs parallel to Jl Monkey Forest is a quieter and pleasant for walking.
Bali is home to some of the friendliest and most welcoming people in the world, where no tourist demand is too demanding and service with a smile is standard.
Rich culture and heritage
You don’t need to go looking for a dose of traditional way of life during a visit to Bali. There are over 20,000 temples on the island and spirituality and community is integral to Balinese people.
Show-stopping natural beauty
Picturesque rice terraces, soaring volcanoes, pristine crater lakes, sacred caves, lush tropical forests and a dramatic coastline are awe-inspiring, while the tropical beaches are a visitor favourite.