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Ubud Village Centre

Brisbane, Australia
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Ubud Village Centre

Hi all,

We are looking to stay in the main area of Ubud for 3 days late July early August. Komaneka is booked out and I’m just looking for other suggestions. Villa or resort budget around $300 per night max. Vegan Resturant suggestions would be welcome also. Cheers Sam

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Australia
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139 posts
24 reviews
1. Re: Ubud Village Centre

All three Komaneka’s are booked? You have Monkey Forest, Rasa Sayang and Bisma. What about Bisma Eight or Goa?

Cluj-Napoca, Romania
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2. Re: Ubud Village Centre

Vegan restaurant Mudra have a lot of tasty food and smoothie bowls

Casuarina
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3. Re: Ubud Village Centre

Have you emailed Komaneka directly? If still no luck, Warwick Ibah is also gorgeous.

Brisbane, Australia
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4. Re: Ubud Village Centre

We stayed at the Lumbung Sari earlier this year in a Deluxe Room, great location and small Balinese hotel that is on Monkey Forest Rd and walkable to everything you want in Ubud.

Ubud, Indonesia
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5. Re: Ubud Village Centre

There's dozens of accommodations in central Ubud listed here and other sites..and your budget is generous so I won't make recommendations for where to stay.. but for vegan food, there's a lot of choice.

Try Sayuri's on Jl Sukma (also called Tebasaya) just near the big Pura Dalem temple. Lovely back garden area and wide selection of food. There's some vegan warungs (cheaper) on Jalan Raya (main road) up that way too. Kafe is a a classic- on Hanoman. Many other places you'll find as you wander around. Gotoma is a nice street with a more villagey vibe since the changes in parking restrictions. At the bottom end is Paradiso Vegan Cinema.. lots of activities there during the day, films at night, vegan cafe Down to Earth is part of it. Across the road is Kismet.. really nice food and vibe there.

Also, I notice you say 'Ubud village'. It's a few decades since it was a village... it's a very busy lively small town with a lot of traffic. Just letting you know so you don't get a shock :)

Edited: 11 July 2018, 04:02
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