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WHY BOOK DIRECT


ALWAYS THE LOWEST PRICE

• Book Direct and Save up to 35% Compared to Other Travel Sites • 30% Discount on Visesa Balinese Healing & Spa • 10% Discount on Food & Beverages


VIP AIRPORT PICKUP

• Book min. stay 5 nights for all room types


FREE DAILY LIFE ACTIVITIES

• Animal caring • Offering procession • Permaculture activities • Making offering • Rooster activities • Dance & gamelan • Re – assembling animal


FREE KIDS ACTIVITIES

• Duck egg collecting • Duck feeding • Goose feeding • Duck caring • Roster caring • Roster feeding • Fish feeding

Special Packages and Offers


Honoring past traditions, Desa Visesa Ubud features authentic Balinese experiences and discoveries through a collection of value packages and offers. We invite you to stay, learn and develop awareness and knowledge of Balinese sustainable farming principles right from the doorstep of your villas and suites.

Our Story

Honoring Past Traditions


Your Experience in Harmony, Healing Senses, Green Life and Luxury experience

Desa Visesa Ubud is a culturally inspired property designed to capture the essence of a Balinese village and satisfy curiosity about daily life on the island. The resort provides a unique opportunity to connect with a wealth of Balinese rituals and heritage. Honoring past traditions, Visesa offers a brand new level of luxury with soul.

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Located in a scenic area said to have a unique holistic energy, Visesa Ubud is a resort of choice for meditation, spiritual retreats and healing senses. Privileged sanctuary exuding stillness and balance, Visesa is a sacred place where traditional Balinese ceremonies and real daily life are celebrated. Offerings and prayers converging towards the resort majestic temple pervade the entire property with an atmosphere of spiritual harmony.

The 66 villas and 40 suites of the Visesa Ubud radiate the charm and soothing ambience of the surrounding countryside. On a generous 6.5 hectare site with rice fields on the room doorsteps, the resort aims at retaining Ubud reputation as a privileged place to reboot mind, spirit and body for an entire new generation of Bali visitors.

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OUR PHILOSOPHY

A Sense of Coming Home


All Suites and Villas reflect a sense of contemporary Balinese elegance whilst retaining elements of an age-old architectural concept. Visesa Ubud offers an authentic tropical island feel inutmost comfort and style, overlooking rice fields, gardens and the surrounding lush jungle.


Desa Visesa Ubud Experience


We have gathered some local experts to provide services to those in pursuit of a holistic and spiritual journey. Awaken your divine energy and reveal your body, mind and soul inner connection. Book in advance and get benefits of private classes to initiate yourself to healing practices.

Visesa Culture

Desa Visesa presents a wealth of activities that

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reflect the authentic lifestyle and heritage traditions of a Balinese village.

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Visesa Balinese Healing & Spa

The Visesa Spa philosophy is based on authentic

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Bali Usada principles, a traditional knowledge for curing ailments with Ayurvedic medicinal plants, herbs and spices.

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Visesa Dining

Discover some celebrated recipes of the flavored

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and colorful Indonesian cuisine. Our talented chefs have created a menu that delivers surprising tastes and textures with subtle elegance.

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Special


Wonderful March


Inclusion
  • 2 Nights stay at Premier Suite Room / One Bedroom Villa / Two Bedroom Villa
  • Daily Breakfast for 2 (Premier Suite & One Bedroom Villa), 4 (Two Bedroom Villa)

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  • One time lunch at Warung Tani for 2 (Premier Suite & One Bedroom Villa), 4 (Two Bedroom Villa)
  • One time dinner at Lumbung Restaurant for 2 (Premier Suite & One Bedroom Villa), 4 (Two Bedroom Villa)
  • Complimentary Nyepi Escape Activity
  • Exclusive space to watch Ogoh-Ogoh parade in Ubud Center
  • Complimentary for Children under 12 Years Old (Using Existing Bed)

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weekens santai

Love and Dine


A dreamlike atmosphere under the star that filled with permaculture garden is ready to light up your Valentine romantic dine. Bring your romance to another level with intimate limited gazebo setting and 4-course international delight.

IDR 1.850.000++/couple

Thursday, 14 February 2019

Inclusion:
- A glass of Sparkling Wine
- 4 – course special menu

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Floating Breakfast

Intimate Floating Breakfast


If you can’t decide between breakfast or swimming, why don’t you choose both? A basket of happiness is ready to boost your ease morning by the pool.

IDR 550,000++/person

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What’s On


Nyepi Day

The day of absolute silence for Hindu followers, when no activity is done, no fire is lit, no traveling anywhere and no amusement is held for the day and night.

Ngembak Geni

A day for Hindu people to do” Sima Krama/Dharma Santi”, visiting and apologizing to one another.

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Tumpek Kandang

A day dedicated to Sang Hyang Rare Angon, the god of all cattle and livestock. On this day, domesticated animals on the island will receive great attention.

Saraswati Day

A special day in Bali celebrating Saraswati the Goddess of Knowledge. During Saraswati Day the sincere people of Bali pray and give offerings as a gesture to express gratitude and celebrate knowledge.

Banyu Pinaruh

It is the day after Saraswati day, people usually go to the beach to bathe and purify themselves in a cleansing ritual.

Pagerwesi

In English Pagerwesi means “iron fence”, symbolic for the day that the Balinese strengthen their fortifications against evil.

Tumpek Landep

Tumpek Landep is a special day on the Balinese Hindu Calendar, it is the time when the Balinese Hindus across the island pay homage to Sanghyang Pasupati, the god of steel implements.

Tumpek Uduh

Tumpek Uduh also known as Tumpek Wariga that dedicated to Sanghyang Sangkara, Lord of all food and plants. The blessing ceremony held at every plantation and farm throughout the island.

Penampahan Galungan

Penampahan, which means “slaughter” in Balinese is the final day of preparations before the actual Galungan day where adults are kept extremely busy with last minute preparations, offerings and the slaughtering of pigs and chickens

Galungan Day

Galungan is an event based off of the 210 days Balinese calendar. It is a celebration of the triumph of good (dharma) over evil (adharma).

Manis Galungan

It is the day after Galungan that, Balinese usually go visiting their relatives this day or spend time with family.

Kuningan Day

Kuningan day is the day when their ancestors return to heaven after visiting the earth during Galungan celebration. They make offerings to be given to the ancestors on their farewell day.

Tumpek Wayang

On this day, puppeteers (Dalang) throughout the island will present offerings to their shadow puppets (wayang kulit) with the intention of honouring the Lord Iswara. The puppets are taken out from their cases to be blessed by their owners and placed in a position as if an actual performance is being held.

Saraswati Day

A special day in Bali celebrating Saraswati the Goddess of Knowledge. During Saraswati Day the sincere people of Bali pray and give offerings as a gesture to express gratitude and celebrate knowledge.

Banyu Pinaruh

It is the day after Saraswati day, people usually go to the beach to bathe and purify themselves in a cleansing ritual.

Pagerwesi

In English Pagerwesi means “iron fence”, symbolic for the day that the Balinese strengthen their fortifications against evil.

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