D'Kampoeng Ubud is a multi-functional space that is all about co-existing with the surrounding environment and appreciating a much simpler way of life. Set within a green expanse, this family leisure park is actually a self-contained village supported by a flourishing permaculture garden and live animals. As an eco-tourism spot, it is expected to evolve organically and change with each passing harvest. D’Kampoeng Ubud is a place to reconnect with nature up close and personal with a range of outdoor activities that have almost been forgotten about during this era of modernisation.
Warungs serve the role of providing food and refreshment for farmers and community members seeking to escape the heat of the day and satisfy any growing hunger pangs. The Balinese equivalent of the corner pub - a warung is the place to head when you’re hungry, seeking to catch up on local gossip with friends and neighbors, or simply in need of some friendly companionship.
While Balinese culinary specialties are always available at Warung Tani, you’ll also find a generous selection of delicious Western “comfort food”. In fact, it was Visesa Ubud’s idea that a restaurant in what is for some a far-away land serving dishes evoking fond memories of “home” in combination with Indonesian home cooking represents the perfect place to remedy home sickness with simple culinary pampering that’s guaranteed to bring home closer to Bali and create a setting to make friends of former strangers.
While dining at Warung Tani, don’t fail to shout greetings to local villagers working the adjacent fields that form part of the Resort’s sustainable permaculture and farming gardens. Nearby, an array of family activities are also available including feeding the farm animals, pony rides, permaculture farming tours, compost making, organic plantation, and a dedicated kids playground.