Ubud is a known haven for yoga-practitioners. Nestled in the heart of Denpasar, Bali — there's plenty to see around Ubud that sets it apart from anywhere else in Bali. A typical day in Ubud covers amazing padi fields and stunning waterfalls. Here's a tiny guide that will guide you through spending a day or two here.
*Wearing dress by Pomelo Fashion and hat by Kim Soo Home


Top by ATS the Label, Bottom by Love Bonito Indonesia, Sandals by Country Road and Bag by Céline

Ubud Palace
Set in the heart and on the main street of Ubud, Bali lies the the former Royal Palace. Have a peep at one of the oldest structures of ancient Bali and learn about its rich history. With its location, it is hard to miss this iconic tourist spot.

Tegenungan Waterfall
Probably one of the only waterfalls in Bali that is not located in the highlands or mountains, Tegenungan waterfall makes it easy for anyone to stop and take a peep. Surrounded by lush green surroundings and heavy water flows, the waterfall is a favourite for locals around Gianyar.


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Seniman Coffee
Coffee culture is admittedly great in Bali. In Ubud, hit up Seniman Coffee for the best vegan-friendly coffee. My favourite drink to have here is coconut milk cappucinos. A decadent blend of freshly brewed coffee will leave you craving for more. An artisan roastery hosting some of the best blends on the island, Seniman is no doubt the best coffee store you can find islandwide.

Babi Guling Ibu Oka
Local Restaurant
A local favourite that also attracts food lovers from around the world, Ibu Oka's cafe is a stone's throw away from the former Royal Palace. The tables fill up quickly here and is a testament of its popularity.

Folks Ubud
Recently refurbished to now include a pool and garden, Folk is an ultimate breakfast spot. Helmed under the same management behind Copper Kitchen of Bisma Eight, it serves some of the best dishes with locally sourced ingredients. The presentation and interior does not fall short of the food they serve.


Gaya Ceramics
Well-known for their high-quality materials and exquisite design, Gaya is a heaven for ceramic collectors. Shop a range of their products from home wares to dining wares. My recent favourite is their new scents.

Escape Nomade Sanctuary
Founded by Anneke van Waesberghe, an inspiring figure who used to work for the United Nations, Escape Nomade is a specialist in luxury tents. Here, you can enjoy a special lunch by the river or an afternoon tea session whilst experiencing luxurious living in tents.

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