Ubud is Bali’s – and by extension Indonesia’s – spiritual hub. The place where Dharma devotees come to find zen and zone out, surrounded by nature in its purest essence. Maya Ubud Resort & Spa is the perfect idyll in which to get in on the act for yourself. A luxurious Balinese retreat in a serene valley setting, Maya Ubud attracts those looking for quiet moments of reflection amid an atmospheric world of luxury and pampering. A rainforest backdrop overlooking the gently flowing Petanu river aptly sets the scene; enlightenment awaits.
The Spa at Maya Ubud Resort & Spa
How better to begin your Ubud escape than with a spot of wellness? The multi-award-winning Spa at Maya is your HQ for heavenly repose during your holiday to Bali. When temperatures rise on this tropical island, an afternoon spent in a tranquil luxury spa offers welcome respite. Tease out the tension with signature massage therapies, reflexology, herbal treatments and more as part of a full menu of traditional Balinese treatments. And to offset the pampering with something a little more active, yoga is also available at Maya Ubud Resort & Spa. The ‘Yoga Wall’ is an innovative rope system of yoga in the iyengar tradition, whose suspension techniques are said to benefit flexibility and strength and reach muscle groups not accessible on the mat.
The food at Maya Ubud
As well as destination dining options such as picnic lunches, villa-hosted grills and candle-light dinners at Maya Ubud Resort & Spa, guests will also find four superb restaurants and bars on the premises. Maya Sari, Asiatique, River café and Bar Bedulu serve up the best in local & international cuisine, Asian specialities, wholefood & vegetarian options and signature cocktails respectively. Plus, gain a memorable and meaningful experience by way of interactive cooking lessons, revealing the traditional methods of authentic Balinese cookery.
Please note: Ramadan dates are from 22nd March to 20th April 2023. Visitors during this time should be aware that opening times may vary and some restrictions may apply. Please speak to your specialist at Kenwood Travel for more information.
Please note: Nyepi Day is an observed day of silence associated with Balinese New Year, falling in 2023 from 6am on Tuesday, 14th of March until 6am on Wednesday 15th March.