Ubud has long been a destination for those on holidays in Bali for its iconic rice terraces and countless Hindu temples, where painters, mask makers, sculptors, stone and wood carvers, dancers and musicians thrive.
The Chedi Club Tanah Gajah’s guests enjoy instant access to this cultural heartland, where art galleries, organic eateries and chic boutiques line bustling village lanes.
Just outside our hand-carved wood gates sits the 9th century Goa Gajah, or Elephant Cave mentioned in 14th century Javanese poetry. Also nearby is Yeh Pulu, a massive series of fantastical 14th century stone carvings of people and puppets nestled in the earth between the rice fields and the flowing waters of Pekerisan River.
Combining glorious scenery and fascinating culture, exploring Ubud is an enriching experience that is certain to astound.