Dear Guests,

Om Swastiastu!

Welcome to our home Kuwarasan a Pramana Experience, Ubud- Bali! We trust that you have settled in after your long journey and are sipping on a refreshingly cool drink, ready to be enlightened as to what this resort has to offer as well as receiving a bit of insight into Bali and how to best experience this paradise destination.

Please refer to this book during for your references of information you will need to ensure your time in Bali is pleasurable and relaxing.

Your privacy is paramount to us and we encourage you to make our resort as your home away from home for the duration of your stay on the Island of the Gods.  Please do not hesitate to alert us or the guest relation staff at front Desk for any assistance to enhance your unforgettable experience with us.  We will do all we can to fulfil your expectations and desires.

We sincerely hope your stay will be a memorable one.

Om Canti Canti Canti Om


Matur Suksema, Terima Kasih, Thank you!




One of the (few) things you will be required to do for your stay in Bali is to register as a temporary resident. The Temporary Resident Registration is a security measure mandated by the Indonesian government and we are obliged to comply with this regulation.

Upon your arrival at the resort, your greeter will borrow your passport and arrival card (the white card you filled out and had stamped by Immigration upon your arrival to Indonesia).  We will have the documents copied and will then fill out the appropriate forms with the designated authorities.  The staff will handle all of this and return your passport to you in short order — your documents will not be retained by the authorities.

We understand that you may not feel comfortable handing over your passport, but by law we are required to follow these procedures.  Please rest assured that your documents will be handled by our most trusted of staff who understand how important your passport and arrival card are.  They will return these documents to you as quickly as possible.




Kuwarasan a Pramana Experience is a place for traveler to rest, nurture, nourish and discover in both playful and impactful ways.  Giving you the chance to discover your definition of wellbeing and improve how you balance the many layers of your life. What the resort religiously done every day is beyond pampering; best professional therapies to indulge your senses, gourmet flavors for your palate, and unique activities to challenge how deep you can grow. At the end of your stay your view will be renewed and you will be able to build your own unique connection with yourself, for each moment here is yours and everything is tailored to your need.

Set on the stunning Tegallalang landscape with a stretch of paddies field as backdrop, Kuwarasan A Pramana Experience immerses guests in the culture of the region, from the locally-inspired cuisines, sophistically nestled in the lush greeneries of paddies fields to the arts in the rooms. The heartfelt layout and holistic spa drive home a sense of serenity, while exciting pop-up events inserts a touch of spontaneity into the experience. The resort promises a little piece of relaxing heaven on earth thoughtfully wrapped in the signature Pramana Experience’s touch.



Tegallalang Village is traditional village a part of Ubud Region, which the area of Ubud has always been highly regarded by the Balinese for its immense spiritual powers. Even the term Ubud is derived from the term Ubad, meaning medicine in reference to the traditional healing properties of the array of plants that randomly grow here.

Ubud is remarkable spiritual town in the heart of Bali, a retreat for those seeking peace of mind clarity of thought and inspiration in the arts, culture, dance and music. Healing, comfort, nature and inspiration create Ubud serenity.

Jl. Cinta, Tegallalang Village is only ten minutes’ drive from Ubud center, an exotic destination for nature, spiritual healing and culture holiday experience.



Kuwarasan a Pramana Experience is solely designed to bring imagination, authenticity and meaning to wellness, taken from its name “Waras” means health and “Ubud/ubad” which generally means remedy. Each day we dedicate to bring out the best in all we do, ensuring you the ultimate experience of wellness in the most stunning setting imaginable. The resort built following the land contour and works with as much of the existing natural habitat to blend with the surroundings, respected the prohibition to keep the healing vibe. Above all, the resort presents you the true soul of Ubud: the salubrious vibes.



The Resort is owned by Local and managed by The Local Balinese Management “Pramana Experience” who fully committed to running a company in a Tourism based community with the aim to preserve nature. Its design and implementation has carefully considers the local community, religion rituals, project, and employee recruitment. Every building has been built following the landscape contour by conserving rare trees within the entire Area.



Chanting beautiful 27 suites and villas, our rooms are designed in contemporary Balinese style using local stone, bamboo, white washed furniture decorated with woven rattan to blend with nature and create classic yet romantic impression. Features creative design of ceiling, comfortable bed with soft cotton linen, mosquito net, classic Balinese and recycled arts work. Private balcony or terrace and spacious bath with shower and terrazzo bath tub overlook to garden and pool area.



Relax and recharge in a 65 sqm serene, restful environment with vibrant yet humble interior. Located beautifully facing to the infinity pool, the suite features private veranda, mini bar, safe deposit box, LED cable TV, free wireless internet connection, IDD telephone, hot & cold shower, and elegant bathroom amenities.

Bed Room: 33.24 m2 (4.925 m x 6.75 m)
Bathroom: 20.06 m2 (2.36 m x 8.5 m)
Terrace: 10.84 m2 (2.2 m x 4.925 m)

Details: Air conditioned king size luxurious bed, Spacious bathroom with unique bath and shower head, Private veranda with sofa bed and dining table, Nice view overlooking the infinity pool from terrace, bed and bath room

Facilities: Mini bar, Dressing table, Magnifying mirror, Electronic safe deposit box, Complimentary bottled mineral water, LED TV, Coffee and tea making facilities, Luxurious bathroom amenities, Hot & cold shower and bath, Private balcony with pool view, Free wireless internet, IDD telephone, Bathrobes & slippers



Enjoy the expansive rice field view from this bright 65 sqm suite. This simply elegant suite is perfect combination of indulgent romance and relaxing serenity. The suite features private veranda, mini bar, safe deposit box, LED cable TV, free wireless internet connection, IDD telephone, hot & cold shower, and elegant bathroom amenities.

Bed Room: 33.24 m2 (4.925 m x 6.75 m)
Bathroom: 20.06 m2 (2.36 m x 8.5 m)
Terrace: 10.84 m2 (2.2 m x 4.925 m)

Details: Air conditioned king size luxurious bed, Spacious bathroom with unique bath and shower head, Private veranda with sofa bed and dining table, Nice view overlooking the rice field from terrace, bed and bath room

Facilities: Mini bar, Dressing table, Magnifying mirror, Electronic safe deposit box, Complimentary bottled mineral water, LED TV, Coffee and tea making facilities, Luxurious bathroom amenities, Hot & cold shower and bath, Private balcony with rice field view, Free wireless internet, IDD telephone, Bathrobes & slippers



Warm and elegant, the 120 sqm villa with private pool provides ample space to rest and recharge. Step onto the private veranda, listen to the music of the nature and dip into its tranquility. The villa features mini bar, safe deposit box, LED cable TV, free wireless internet connection, IDD telephone, bathtub, hot & cold shower, and elegant bathroom amenities.

Bed Room: 32.56 m2 (4.4 m x 704 m)
Bathroom: 18.02 m2 (2.65 m x 6.8 m)
Terrace: 10.01 m2 (4.4 m x 2.275 m)

Details: Air conditioned king size luxurious bed, Spacious bathroom with unique bath and shower head, Private veranda with sofa bed, Own Gazebo, Own pool, Nice view overlooking the garden and rice field from terrace, own pool, bed and bath room

Facilities: Mini bar, Dressing table, Electronic safe deposit box, Complimentary bottled mineral water, LED TV, Coffee machine and tea making facilities, Luxurious bathroom amenities, Hot & cold shower and bath, Private balcony with rice field view, Free wireless internet, IDD telephone, Bathrobes & slippers



Nothing says ‘holiday’ like this 149 sqm romantic suite that offers you the much-awaited tranquility and relaxation. The President Suite is inspired by the simplicity of modern comforts incorporates with the charm of Balinese arts. The suite features private Jacuzzi, tea & coffee making facilities, mini bar, safe deposit box, LED cable TV, free wireless internet connection, IDD telephone, hot & cold shower, and elegant bathroom amenities.

Bed Room: 67.92 m2 (9.4 m x 7.225 m)
Bathroom: 38.72 m2 (4.4 m x 8.8 m)
Terrace: 25.30 m2 (2.2 m x 11.5 m)
Dining Area: 17.00 m2 (5 m x 3.4 m)

Details: Air conditioned king size luxurious bed, Spacious bathroom with unique bath and shower head, Private veranda, Private indoor and outdoor dining table, Private Jacuzzi, Nice view overlooking the garden and paddies from terrace, own pool, bed and bath room

Facilities: Mini bar, Electronic safe deposit box, Complimentary bottled mineral water, LED TV, Coffee machine and tea making facilities, Coffee Plunger, Luxurious bathroom amenities, Hot & cold shower and bath, Private balcony with rice field view, Free wireless internet, IDD telephone, Bathrobes & slipper




Join our culinary journey at Kemukus Restaurant, a casual dining convenience with nothing but the warmth of Balinese heritage. Kemukus name is taken from Sanskrit word means ‘dining together’. Located at the second floor just above the lobby, the restaurant promises best view of the resort while you enjoying wonderful array of signature Balinese cuisine. The Kemukus Restaurant is the all-day dining destination of the resort.

Open for Breakfast Lunch & Dinner
Opening Hour: 07:00 – 23:00
Size: 140 sqm
Capacity: Up to 60 pax



Located on the third floor, the Joglo Sunset Bar is all about three most important aspects of your holiday in Ubud: art, view and relaxation. Styled with joglo roof, the bar gives a different ambiance than any other resort’s common place. Lines of hand-crafted wood arts elevate the mesmerizing exposed wooden ceiling. Comfortable cushions on floor matched with solid table make the time spent at the bar effortless. Get your favorite mix from our talented bartender and savor the moment.

Opening Hours   : 11:00 – 23:00
Size: 117 sqm
Capacity: 40 pax



Enjoy the Japan vibe in our Tatami Restaurant. Tatami is the traditional straw mat that has served as flooring for many centuries. Located in the 3rd floor near the Sunset Bar.

Size: 101 m2
Opening Hours: 11:00-23:00
Capacity: Up to 32 pax



Our 70 m2 infinity pool is one of the best kept secrets in the village. Surrounded by natural stones with views towards the beautiful rice field and a fully stocked sunken pool bar, days can be whiled away from the resort’s infinity pool. Soak in or lay down on pool deck and enjoy all the goodness from the sun. Lines of sundecks around the pool ensure there is spot for everyone. The main pool and bar are located in the ground floor.

An extensive contemporary shaped swimming pool is set in the middle of the resort, lined from the front lobby to the signature cone roof pavilion surrounded with green lush garden on front of the rooms. Soak in our pool having an ice cold beer, Unwind or reading books on a day bed while enjoying the serenity and relax atmosphere.

Opening Hours: 07:00 – 19:00
Size Swimming Pool: 70 sqm
Pool Deck: 25 sqm
Pool Bar: 10.5 sqm



Rebalancing bodywork and deep holistic treatments, the Pramana Spa gives new meaning into the wellness world. The interior is designed elegantly in warm nature tones, preserving the relaxing ambience in its every corner. The Pramana Spa offers a range of carefully selected treatments for healing both body and mind. Experience the unique wellness formulas specially developed for the expert hands of our therapists and revel in the new depths of indulgence.

Featuring 3 private treatment rooms, each tailored to ensure a total relaxation overviewing to the rice field.

Opening Hours: 09:00-17:00
3 treatments room (2 pax for each room)
Room Size: 30 sqm
Bathroom size: 12 sqm
Mani Pedi size: 25 sqm
Jacuzzi: 45 sqm



Yoga is ancient art based on a harmonizing system of development for the body, mind, and spirit. The continued practice of yoga will lead to a sense of peace and well-being, and also a feeling of being at one with their environment that help to harmonize human consciousness with the divine consciousness. The sounds of nature from the area, birds singing is the best sound while practicing Yoga to create a union ego-self with the divine Self, the infinite Spirit. Artfully designed, the Yoga Shala and Wedding chapel perched in the 4th floor, floats on beautiful water scenery and daintily crowned with an iconic thatched roof. It provides a beautiful venue and a full range of facilities for your once-in-a-lifetime wedding, corporate retreat or any private event.

Here you can combine business with a truly relaxing escape, or celebrate your wedding among family and friends in the warm glow of the sunset, serenade by the gentle breeze from the rice field.

Yoga Shala
Size: 8.9 m x 13.7 m
Capacity: Up to 40 pax

Wedding Chapel
Size: 4 m x 6 m
Capacity: Up to 100 pax



Take your fitness routine into new level where work-out is balanced with work-in. Cast away your mind into the 360° of rice field and pool view while challenging your body with our complete sets of fitness equipment. Located at the 4th floor, Kuwarasan Gym gives a different experience than just your daily workouts.

Opening Hours: 8:30 – 21:00
Size: 5.03 m x 10.02 m



Our Boutique Store located in lobby level. Providing clothes, souvenirs, jewelry and other things that fashion related, this store always within reach to find the perfect fit for you.

Opening hours    : 09:00 – 23:00



Located in our restaurant area, this walk-in wine cellar is to complement the guest while having a fine dining with selections of local or import wine.

Opening hours    : 09:00 – 23:00



  • Welcome drink upon arrival
  • Refreshing chill towel upon arrival
  • Personalize Check In, in the rooms and villa
  • Complimentary scheduled shuttle to and from Ubud center
  • Daily breakfast (07:00 – 11:00)
  • 16 Hours Room Service (07:00 – 23:00)
  • Daily room make up and turn down service (18:00)
  • Complimentary daily morning walk through paddies field (08:00)
  • Private half day and full day Tour
  • Rental Motorcycle and Bike
  • Wedding Ceremony and Anniversary
  • Freestyle Barbeque Dinner
  • Balinese Private Cooking Experience
  • Outdoor Activities
  • Art Museum Visit
  • Ancient Temple & Sightseeing Tour
  • Artist Village Tour
  • Volcano Tour
  • White Water Rafting
  • Elephant Safari and Ride Tour
  • Safari Marine Park
  • Bali Bird Park
  • Cycling Downhill from Batur Volcano (optional)
  • Sunrise Mount Batur Trekking/Hiking
  • Tegallalang Rice Terrace
  • Volcano Hot Spring Bathing
  • Purity Bath at Tampak Siring Holy Spring
  • Visit Ubud Palace and Ubud Art Market
  • Visit Ubud Monkey Forest
  • Visit Agro coffee Plantation



Shuttle Service schedule to and from down town Ubud


  • 10:00
  • 14:00
  • 17:00
  • 20:00
  • 22:00

Pick up:

  • 10:30
  • 14:30
  • 17:30
  • 20:30
  • 22:30

Please to take a note that there is no shuttle at break times (12pm & 5pm)





Morning Walk around Paddies Fields

Keep your body healthy on your holiday by joining the Daily Morning Walk every day at 8.00 am through Paddies field near the resort. Inhale 100% pure oxygen while enjoy the long distance views of rice fields and dozens of coconut trees. Experience your life with interacting to friendly local farmer, observing their daily morning activities as well as learn about the culture and customs of Balinese people and village. Our guest activity will guide you on this walk.

One day advance reservation is appreciated. Please book through reception by dial 0.


Morning Yoga at the Yoga Shala

A spacious Yoga Shala on upper level facing to the rice field and throughout the ancient art of classical yoga, you will learn the technique to still your mind, strengthen your body and expand your consciousness using posture, breath work, meditation and relaxation while hearing the river sounds bellow.

The class is conducted by our experienced Balinese Yoga Instructor. She/ He have thought yoga to many foreigners also practicing yoga for years and feel the great benefits of yoga for body and soul. The class is suitable for beginner.


Private Yoga Lesson at Yoga Shala

It is available by request outside of regular complimentary classes’ schedule. Our yoga Instructor will bring you to a deeper technique of Yoga. Yoga Shala will be a perfect spot to do but how ever this private lesson can also be done in your Villa.

1 PAX     IDR 350K
2 PAX     IDR 650K

Advance request is appreciated please contact reception by dial 0


Balinese Gastronomy Experience

IDR 500K /pax

Great cuisine are not always made in obvious place.

Kuwarasan a Pramana Experience is proud to share the unique skill & secret recipe. Balinese Gastronomy Experience is the relationship between food and culture, the art of preparing and serving rich or delicate and appetizing food, the cooking styles of particular regions, and the science of good eating. Gastronomy involves discovering, tasting, experiencing, researching, understanding and writing about food preparation and the sensory qualities of human nutrition as a whole.
It also studies how nutrition interfaces with the broader culture. Under guidance of our Balinese Gourmet Chef, you can learn how to prepare local delicious food. Cooking venue is in open area inside of the resort with beautiful paddies field view. Start by visiting traditional market at 08:00 am for approximately one hour, where you will find Balinese spices & vegetables displayed and sold in traditional way. Cooking lesson start at 11.00 am for lunch or start at 04.00 pm for the dinner served. For approximately 1.5 hours to 2 hours our Chef will share his secret dishes recipes include dessert and followed with memorable luncheon or dinner of your creation.

Take home our secret recipe and cooking certificate from the chef as a gift and impressed your family & friends with your Balinese cooking skills.

Reservation is required at least one day in advance and our chef will be more than happy to meet you for further arrangement


Floating Breakfast

Add IDR 300K / basket

Breakfast is everything. It is the mouthful that is the commitment to a new day, a continuing life. Enjoy your floating breakfast with menu choices: American, Continental, Indonesian or Healthy Breakfast. A simple enough pleasure, surely is to have your breakfast floating on the pool before start the day!


Romantic Candle Light Dinner

IDR 1.500K /couple

Celebrating honeymoon, anniversary, or any other special occasion is not complete without intimate dinner. Kuwarasan a Pramana Experience offer you dinner arranged under the canopy of million stars at very special place designed for couple, surrounded by paddies view with candle lit around and beautiful flower arrangement. Our Balinese gourmet chef has preparing his best creation of Balinese or western menu option served along with a bottle of Bali’s awarded wine.  Please ask any of our staff to see the menu or tell them should you have any special dietary needs.

Book now and bring home an unforgettable experience that you will remember for the rest of your life. Reservation is required at least one day in advance and our fellow staff will be more than happy to assist you for further arrangement

Advance Reservation is appreciated please contact reception by dial 0


Daily Private Tour

Optional by Request

Bali is a small island, but it has everything tourists need, from traditional indigenous to modern activities. Bali is a paradise for visitor, as it has been nicknamed as the Paradise Island, the Majesty Island, the morning of the world, the island with thousands of temple and others. The resort is committed to support the local community, transportation organization, who will assist you to learn and explore more its places of interest, various typical local cultures, enjoy the hospitality of the people. Our Guest Relation officer will be pleased to assist you with a suggestion of tour itinerary as you would like to visit.

Recommended Itinerary:


Kintamani-Active Volcano Tour IDR 900K

Departure Time: 09:15


  • Goa Gajah temple: The Elephant cave temple
  • Gunung Kawi: The Rocky Temple
  • Tampak Siring: The holy Spring Temple
  • Kintamani: The Volcano and Lake Create View
  • Tegalalang: Rice Terrace View
  • Temen: Spices and Organic Coffee Plantation

Advance request and further assist is appreciated, please contact reception by dial 0


Besakih Mother Temple to East Part of Bali IDR 900K

Departure Time: 09:15


  • Goa Gajah: The Elephant cave temple
  • Klungkung: The Old court Justice of Klungkung Kingdom
  • Sidemen: Beautiful view of rice terrace and farmer village
  • Besakih: The Mother temple on the slope of mount Agung
  • Penglipuran: Traditional Balinese village with authentic village layout

Advance request and further assist is appreciated, please contact reception by dial 0


Uluwatu-Jimbaran Tour IDR 900K

Departure Time                 : 13:30


  • Mas Village: The Wood Carving Center
  • Celuk Village: The Gold & Silver smith
  • Batuan Temple: An unique old temple architecture
  • Uluwatu Temple: The Historical temple on the Rock
  • Jimbaran Beach: Sea Food center

Advance request and further assist is appreciated, please contact reception by dial 0


Jati Luwih Tour IDR 900K

Departure Time: 09:00


  • Lodtunduh: Painting Village
  • Mengwi: Royal Family Temple
  • Bedugul: Temple on The lake and Botanical Garden
  • Jatiluwih: The Best Rice Terrace View in Bali

Advance request and further assist is appreciated, please contact reception by dial 0


Tanah Lot Sunset Tour IDR 900K

Departure Time: 13:00


  • Monkey Forest: Santuary and natural habitatof long tailed macaque in Ubud
  • Lod Tunduh: Painting Village
  • Mengwi: Royal family temple
  • Tanah Lot: Temple on The Sea and Wonderful Sunset

Advance request and further assist is appreciated, please contact reception by dial 0



Ubud Palace and the traditional market, Ubud Monkey forest, Art Museums, Ancient Temple, White Heron village, White water Rafting, Elephant Safari Tour, Bali Bird Park, Kokokan Village, Tegalalang Rice Terace



  • Airport: 90 minutes
  • Blanco Museum: 20 Minutes
  • Campuhan Bridge: 15 Minutes
  • Ubud Downtown: 10 Minutes
  • Puri Lukisan Museum: 15 Minutes
  • Sanur Beach: 60 Minutes
  • Rice Terrace Tegallalang: 15 Minutes
  • Tanah Lot Tample: 80 Minutes
  • Nusa Dua: 120 Minutes
  • Holy Spring Temple: 30 Minutes




There are many things that you may experiences in the island. Below are some of activities that we recommend for you to discover in Ubud and beyond.


Ayung river or Telaga waja Rafting

Ride the region’s most exciting rapids. Wind down the scenic Ayung River, travelling through deep valleys with towering cliffs and cascading waterfalls. This thrilling two-hour tour is led by experts and is suitable for anyone with a sense of adventure.

Pick up schedule:
Morning: 08.45 – 09.15 (Including Lunch)
Afternoon: 13.15 – 13.45 (Including Lunch)

Advance request and further assist is appreciated, please contact reception by dial 0.


Elephant Safari Ride

If you want to befriend the great Sumatran elephant, the try the short adventurer trek! You get to experience the beautiful landscape of the camp as well as venturing out for a trek along the edge of the valley.

The views are incredible, and you will also get to see tropical birds in their natural habitat. Feel free to relax and enjoy the stunning valley scenery.

Pick up schedule:
Morning: 08.00 – 08.30
Afternoon: 13.30 – 14.00

Advance request and further assist is appreciated, please contact reception by dial 0.


Jungle Buggies

Start your engines and get ready to embark on a journey into the jungle to experience Bali’s first and only purpose-built ATV track. This thrilling new course, spanning 5km over each lap, was crafted with the hardiest adventure seekers in mind to provide an exciting and intense driving experience like no other on the island.

Pick up schedule:
Morning: 08:15 – 08:45
Afternoon: 13:30 – 14:00

Advance request and further assist is appreciated, please contact reception by dial 0.


Cycling Trips

Escape the hustle and discover the rural Bali on our cycling tour. Get one of our team as your guide and enjoy the day!

Pick up schedule:
Morning: 07:30 – 08:00

Advance request and further assist is appreciated, please contact reception by dial 0.



A wonderful combination of moderate exercise and beautiful scenery, Experience cycling throughout the village next to the resort while enjoying beautiful rice paddy field and feel the friendliness of Balinese people and the nature of ubud. The trip will come by to visit coffee plantation to taste the best coffee produced Bali called “Luwak Coffee”



Catch the magnificent sight of the red sky when it appears during the beautiful sunrise from the top of the volcano. Walk around the rim of the volcanic cone and continue to the second crater, which last erupted in 1926, the third crater that erupted in 1963 and the youngest crater that erupted in 1974 and again in 1994. Descending from the crater you will climb down to the black sand that was originally lava that flowed during the eruption.

Pick up time:
Morning: 02.00 – 02.30
Wake up call at: 01.30 / 02.30



We provide, Bottle of water and toilet supplies upon your arrival and will be refreshed on daily Basis.



Breakfast is served from 7.00 am to 11.00 am. If you wish to order something not available on the menu, please feel free to ask the staff, who will strive to comply with all of your requests. Serving Balinese and Indonesian, Continental or American Breakfast, Served at Kemukus Restaurant overlooks to the paddies view. Advance booking is required for special dinner ie; candlelight dinner, BBQ, Balinese royal Dinner.

Please contact our guest relation staff for further assistance.

We ask that you do remember that we are on an island and in a country with a volatile currency and that as a result sometimes the prices of items (in particular imported goods) may fluctuate.



For you safety and convenience, we recommend you to leave your room key with the Reception when leaving the resort. We may charge at IDR 100.000 for losing the key.



All electrical outlets in your room operate at 220 volts. Plugs and sockets are of the two-round-prong type, though your room is equipped with a limited number of adaptors for all other plug types. Should you require additional adaptors, please let us know.

Electricity in Bali is at times unreliable and power outages are not uncommon, but they are usually dealt with promptly.  Typically the power does not remain off for more than thirty minutes at a time.



The Resort provides a facsimile machine on request, please contact the staff.



If you bring your own mobile or cellular phone, you may wish to consider purchasing a pre-paid local telephone number with credit, which makes local calling much easier.  (It is easy to purchase refills for these cards.)  There are a few different brands you can buy, but the two most popular versions are Pro XL and Simpati.



We accept all major credit cards such as Visa, Master Card and Amex.



Individual electronic safes are available in your room. We recommend that you leave all your valuables in the safe. The hotel will not responsible for valuable goods which have not been locked in the safety box.



The swimming pool is available for your use during both the day and night.  It is cleaned and sanitized every morning.

We provide towels on the sundeck every day for your convenience.  When using the pool, please ensure that children are supervised at all times, and be aware that the pool is shallow in some areas. Kuwarasan a Pramana Experience advises extra caution be taken when swimming in the pool, as we will not assume responsibility for any injuries or accidents.

As Bali is tropical, and your room is open air, we would like to inform you that you may encounter the occasional presence of small native animals such as geckos and frogs co-habiting your living space.  Geckos, frogs, and spiders in Bali are not poisonous, and are usually more frightened of you that you may be of them.  The Balinese typically do not like snakes, and therefore snake control on the island is quite vigorous so you will likely not confront any.  In the event you should encounter a snake, however, please alert the staff, who will promptly remove the pest.  When the villa is not occupied by guests, we ensure pest control measures are employed; normally we schedule this once a week.  In the event your stay coincides with a scheduled treatment, we will advise you in advance.

Mosquitoes are unavoidable. We recommend the use of insect repellent lotions, such as ‘Off’ or ‘Autan’, especially during the hours of dusk. Homeopathic brands are not available in Bali.



Our staff will be on hand to arrange your daily laundry. Our staff could send the dirty cloth to the local laundry company with very reasonable price. (Laundry Price List is available in the room)

Please ensure that you relay any special instructions for the care of your garments directly to the staff to prevent any harm to your clothing, particularly if you have any garments made of silk or delicate fabric.  To avoid misunderstandings, please make sure you give your dry cleaning to the staff separately from your regular laundry, and ensure that the staffs understands that these items are to be dry cleaned only.

You will be asked to sign a dry cleaning or laundry bill each time your clothes are sent out for professional care. All charges for laundry & dry cleaning will be presented to you. Typically this service requires one full day services.



Two bottles of water are supplied daily free of charge. Please be informed that our tap water is not recommended for drinking.



We will be very happy to assist you should the need for assistance arise.
Please Dial 0 for assistance



  • Pease allow sufficient time for the collection of your luggage.
  • Please inform one of our staff members at least 30 minutes prior to your departure.
  • For delivery or collection of any item or luggage from your room.



Check out time is 12 noon. However, if your scheduled departure does not coincide with our check out time, please contact the Reception and every effort will be made to accommodate your needs. A half day charge may be incurred.



Make sure your door is properly locked whenever you leave your room or before retiring for the night. Do not admit any stranger into your room: any suspicious person should be reported to the Reception.



  • We strive to achieve a standard of privacy that exceeds those levels found at any hotel. Our staffs are specially trained to be discreet and to provide you with the utmost in privacy.  They will never disturb you while you are in your room or villa, and will always consult you before entering your house to clean it.
  • If you do not wish to be disturbed in your room, please hang on your door the “Don’t Disturb” sign.
  • It is not uncommon for our guests to prefer complete privacy during the length of their stay in their room, or for a part of the duration.  Should this be the case for you, do not hesitate to inform our Staff, so that this can be arranged.
  • The cleaning of your room can be carried out while you are out, or upon your request.



The resort is secured 24 hours, 7 Days a week by our staff members. To responsible for ensuring that your stay is safe and secure at night.




  • Jaya Swara, Performance: Legong of Mahabarata, Venue: Ubud Place, Time: 7.30pm
  • Trene Jenggala, Performance: Kecak Fire and Trance Dance, Venue: Padang Tegal Kaja, Time: 7pm
  • Oka Katini, Performance: Wayang Kulit (Shadow puppet play), Venue: Oka Kartini, Time: 8pm
  • The Peliatan Masters, Performance: Legong Dance, Venue: Arma, Time: 7:pm
  • Cahya Warsa, Performance: Janger, Venue: Ubud Water Palace, Time: 7pm
  • Suara Sakti, Performance: Jegog (Bamboo Gamelan), Venue: Bentuyung Village, Time: 7pm
  • Krama Ds Sambahan, Performance: Kecak Fire and Trance Dance, Venue: Batukaru Temple, Time: 7.30pm
  • Pondok Pekak, Performance: Legong Dance, Venue: Jaba Pura Taman Sari, Time: 7.30pm
  • Sekaa Gong Wanita Mekar Sari, Performance: Dancer and Musicians of Peliatan, Venue: Balerung Mandera, Time: 7.30pm



  • Sadha Budaya, Performance: Legong Dance, Venue: Ubud Palace, Time: 7.30pm
  • Krama Ds Adat Junjungan, Performance: Kecak Fire (Monkey Chant Dance), Venue: Pura Desa Junjungan Village, Time: 7pm
  • Shandhi Suara, Performance: Barong and Keris dance, Venue: Wantilan, Time: 7pm



  • Bina Remaja, Performance: Ramayana Ballet, Venue: Ubud Palace, Time: 7.30pm
  • Semara Ratih, Performance: Spirit of Bali, Venue: Jaba Pura Desa Kutuh, Time: 7.30pm
  • Shandhi Suara, Performance: Kecak Fire and Trance Dance, Venue: Padang Tegal Kelod, Time: 7.30pm
  • Wayang Kulit Kertha, Performance: Wayang Kulit (Shadow Puppet Play), Venue: Monkey Forest, Venue: 8pm
  • Genta Bhuana Sari, Performance: Legong Dance, Venue: Balerung Stage, Time: 7.30pm
  • Skaa Gong Karyasa, Peformance: Legong Dance, Venue: Pura Dalem Ubud, Time: 7.30pm
  • Chandra Wati, Performance: Woman Gamelan with Child Dance, Venue: Ubud Water Palace, Time: 7.30pm



  • Panca Arta, Performance: Legong and Barong Dance, Venue: Ubud Palace, Time: 7.30pm
  • Pondok Pekak, Performance: Frog Dance, Venue: Padang Tegal Kelod, Time: 7pm
  • Oka Kartini, Performance: Wayang Kulit (Shadow Puppet Play), Venue: Oka Kartini, Time: 8pm
  • Yamasari, Performance: Legong Dance, Venue: Yamasari Stage-Peliatan, Time: 7.30pm
  • Trene Jenggala, Performance: Kecak Fire and Trance Dance, Venue: Padang Tegal Kaja, Time: 7pm
  • Yowana Swara, Performance: Jegog (Bamboo Gamelan), Venue: Pura Dalem Ubud, Time: 7pm
  • Krama Ds Taman Kaja, Performance: Kecak Fire and Trance Dance, Venue: Pura Dalem Taman Kaja, Time: 7.30pm



  • Panca Arta, Performance: Legong Trance and Paradise Dance, Venue: Ubud Palace, Time: 7.30pm
  • Semara Madya, Performance: Kecak Fire (Monkey Chant Dance ), Venue: Puri Agung Peliatan, Time: 7.30pm
  • Anangga Sari, Performance: Legong Dance, Venue: Jaba Pura Desa Kutuh, Time: 7.30pm
  • Skaa Raja Peni, Performance: Barong and Keris dance, Venue: Pura Dalem Ubud, Time: 7.30pm
  • Cenik Wayah, Performance: Spirit of Gamelan(Barong & Child Dance, Venue: Ubud Water Palace, Time: 7.30pm
  • Shandhi Suara, Performance: Kecak Fire and Trance Dance, Venue: Padang Tegal Kelod, Time: 7.30pm
  • Krama Ds Sambahan, Performance: Kecak Fire and Trance Dance, Venue: Batukaru Temple, Time: 7.30pm



  • Sadha Budaya, Performance: Barong Dance, Venue: Ubud Palace, Time: 7.30pm
  • Tirta Sari, Performance: Legong Dance, Venue: Balerung Stage Peliatan, Time: 7.30pm
  • Padang Subadra, Performance: Kecak and Fire Dance, Venue: Padang Tegal Kelod, Time: 7pm
  • Oka Kartini, Performance: Wayang Kulit (Shadow Puppet Play), Venue: Oka Kartini, Time: 8pm
  • Suara Sakti, Performance: Jegog (Bamboo Gamelan), Venue: Bentuyung Village, Time: 7.30pm
  • Krama Ds Adat Ubud Kaja, Performance: Kecak Ramayana and Fire Dance, Venue: Pura Dalem Ubud, Time: 7.30pm



  • Bina Remaja, Performance: Legong Dance, Venue: Ubud Palace, Time: 7.30pm
  • Gunung Sari, Performance: Legong Dance, Venue: Puri Agung Peliatan, Time: 7.30pm
  • Trene Jenggala, Performance: Kecak Fire and Trance Dance, venue: Padang Tegal Kaja, Time: 7pm
  • Wayang Kulit Kertha, Performance: Wayang Kulit (Shadow Puppet Play), Venue: Monkey Forest, Time: 8pm
  • Candra Wirabuana, Performance: Legong Dance, venue: Ubud Water Palace, Time: 7.30pm
  • Pondok Pekak, Performance: Frog Dance, venue: Padang Tegal Kelod, Time: 7pm
  • Satya Brasta, Performance: Children Dance, Venue: Arma Open Stage, Time: 7pm
  • Semara Ratih, Performance: The Beauty of Legong, venue: Pura Dalem Ubud, Time: 7.30pm
  • Krama Ds Taman Kaja, Performance: Kecak Fire and Trance Dance, venue: Pura Dalem Taman Kaja, Time: 7.30pm


Every 1st & 15th: Performance Gambuh Dance, Venue: Pura Ds Batuan, Time: 7pm
Every Full Moon & New Moon : Performance Kecak Dance, Venue: Arma Open StageTime: 7pm



Whilst we appreciate that a degree of wear and tear is unavoidable, we would like to stress that any excessive damages or significant losses will be charged to our guests. We ask for particular consideration if you are intending on hosting any sort of event in the villa where accidents might occur.

The resort is not liable for any accident, bodily or material, loss of or damage to personal belongings, including, but not limited to electronic & audiovisual equipment and vehicle. The guests enter the resort area at its own risk. All activities are undertaken by the guests and they are own risk.  Please store all the valuable thing in the safety box provided.



The options for transportation in Bali are to self-drive or to have a car with driver. We strongly recommend that you hire a car and driver for the duration of your stay in Bali. Renting motor bike is also an option (please see the Driving in Bali section of this book).



It will be available with additional rental fee.

Please contact staff for assistance by dialing 0



Bali is a tropical island, and its hot and humid climate is ideal for the growth of bacteria and fungi.  Because of this it is wise to take extra care with cuts, food storage, and hygiene.  Always make sure you keep any wounds clean and dry to help prevent infection.

To help avoid suffering any unnecessary ailments while you are in Bali, you can take a few easy preventative measures:

  • The sun in Bali is exceptionally powerful, although the wind and humidity may make its strength deceiving. Always wear sunscreen, even on cloudy days, and it also advisable to also wear a hat or sunglasses to protect your eyes.  The hottest hours of the day are typically between 11am and 2pm, so during these times take extra care not to overexert yourself, resulting in overheating and dehydration.  To prevent this, it is recommended you drink plenty of bottled water throughout the day.
  • Should you suffer any minor injuries or ailments, and require medical attention, or should you having medical emergency please contact resort staff.

Whatever you may need, the staffs are available to help, and should you require a doctor do not hesitate to inform our manager, who will make appropriate arrangements for you. The medical service is offered in the Reference section at the end of this book.

Should you need the services of one of the clinics during your stay in Indonesia, please take note that Bali’s clinics are not set up to deal with serious medical situations, particularly head or spinal injuries.  In the unfortunate event that something should occur, we recommend that you organise air evacuation to first world medical facilities, either in Singapore or Australia.  This can be arranged though the BIMC medical clinic.  You can call them directly or ask the staff to do this for you.



For the most part in Bali, clear of Malaria, Dengue Fever, and Japanese B Encephalitis – all mosquito borne diseases.  Keep in mind, though, that Bali is still a tropical island and cases of these sicknesses can and do still occur.  Generally speaking, you do not have to worry.  However, if you plan to explore the Northern or Western areas of the island, please take sensible precautions to minimise the risk of insect bites.  Below are a few tips we suggest you follow:

  • At night, wear light coloured clothing, long sleeved shirts and long pants
  • Use mosquito repellents with a strong DEET formulation
  • Refrain from wearing any form of scented toiletries or perfume

Please also remember that sudden changes of diet and climate can sometimes cause stomach problems. Poorly prepared food can also affect your body, so please exercise some care with what and where you eat or drink.



Transportation by taxi to and from the resort is easy to arrange. The system for street names and numbering in Bali is inconsistent, and often time’s streets do not have names, however we have permanent and official address:

Jalan Cinta, Br.Penusuan, Tegallalang Gianyar-Bali 80561

  • Phone: +62-361 908 3377
  • Fax: +62-361 908 5790
  • Email:
  • Website:

Should you expect Visitors or Mails, Please give this address.  In Some Part of the town is   almost impossible to give directions to a taxi driver.  It is also very difficult to call taxis from many villas, especially if they are located in rural areas, because they are not easy to find.



  • The cost of a private car and chauffeur in Bali is very reasonable.  However, if you want to drive by yourself, you must have an International Driving License or an Indonesian Driving License, called a ‘SIM.’  If you do not have a permit upon your arrival in Bali, it is fairly easy to obtain one.
  • If you choose to drive without a license and the police stop you, you should expect to pay a small penalty.  If the police do not ask for money right away, or if they tell you that you must accompany them to the police office, you should ask them if you can pay the fine right there on the spot. The standard fine is generally from IDR. 40,000 – 50,000.  Payment of this fine is a preferable alternative to a trip to the local police station to process paperwork.  No matter what the circumstances, be polite, be patient.
  • Also, please consider that driving in Bali requires a certain disregard for all forms of normal traffic rules and road etiquette. Accidents are common, and regardless of the circumstances, more often than not, if one of the parties involved is a tourist, it will be the tourist’s fault.  Keep this in mind: even if the police come and say that you are not at fault for the accident, you will most likely still be required to pay for all damages.


Here are some basic guidelines to follow:

  • The right of way in Bali typically belongs to the biggest vehicle in the road, or to whoever gets there first. Pedestrians are merely considered road hazards.  Drivers often enter traffic at will and do not look back to see if their path is clear.  People generally expect that other drivers will make way for them, but they are also very patient of others who enter in front of them, and in this way there is a sort of mutual tolerance amongst all drivers.  So take extra care to take note of what is going on in front of you, and do not worry too much about what is happening behind you.
  • The predominant vehicle on the roads in Bali is the ubiquitous moped; its relatively small size enables the driver to slip in and out of lanes and in between other vehicles quite easily, the rule being that there is always enough room for one more to enter the fray. It is best to understand the fluidity of the situation on the road and to expect that anything might happen at any time.  Driving with a spirit of accommodation will make travelling more enjoyable and easier to understand.
  • The smaller mountain roads often have very steep grades and an uncertain quality of service; they are perhaps best travelled by mountain bike
  • Please also keep in mind that Indonesian roads are dynamic and are constantly changing. This means that a section of the road which you passed by only hours before may be completely different when you pass by again later.
  • For example, piles of dirt and stones are often dumped into the road for building purposes but no warning signs are posted whatsoever to warn you.  The general rule of thumb is to NEVER TAKE YOUR EYES OFF THE ROAD when driving in Bali.
  • Petrol can be purchased at Government operated stations (pompa bensin or pertamina) which are located at the main roads running in and out of larger towns, or at village kiosks which bear the sign “Premium or bensin”. Please keep in mind that when purchasing petrol at these kiosks, the prices typically run around 20% higher than at the large petrol stations, and the petrol is often mixed with water which can damage the engines of cars and motorbikes.  Signs which read “Solar” mean diesel.
  • If your rented vehicle is in need of servicing, please note that service stations and repair shops are called “Bengkel”, although it will be the responsibility of the hiring agent to carry out any necessary repairs.
  • In the unfortunate event that you should be involved in an accident, we encourage you to remain calm and be polite, even try to smile about it, as this will ease the mood of those involved and will be more conducive to avoiding unnecessary hostile confrontations. Please remember you are in foreign country, and that situations such as these are handled very differently here.  Bystanders might get involved and may take a partisan stance, whatever the circumstances may be.  Do please try and avoid getting into situations that might endanger your well-being at all costs.

Our advice to you is to hire a car and driver, as we believe this is a much less stressful means of transportation, and by western standards, is very inexpensive.



  • Puri Lukisan Museum (Jl. Raya Ubud), Open daily: 8am – 4pm
  • Agung Rai Museum of Art (Jl. Pengosekan), Open daily: 9am – 6pm
  • The Blanco Renaissance Museum (Campuan, Ubud), Open daily: 9am – 5pm
  • Neka Art Museum (Jl. Raya Campuan), Open daily: 8am – 5pm
  • Museum Rudana (Jl. Cok Rai Pudak, Peliatan), Open daily: 9am – 5pm



The Hotel’s vehicle is available for following transfer services:

Call our reception for your transfer arrangement.






Whilst Bali is generally safe to walk around even at night, we recommend that you always use your personal driver or a licensed taxi to move around after dark.



Please understand that the drug-related laws are very different here in Bali than elsewhere in the world. The authorities in Bali pursue drug enforcement vigorously.  The penalties for possession are severe and are applied whether you are a visitor or a resident.  We cannot stress enough the dangers associated with this issue, and under no circumstances should you become involved in any form of illegal drug use.

Also it is advisable to be wary at private parties where you suspect illegal drugs are being used.  The police in Bali have been known to raid parties and hold all guests responsible in the event they are suspect of illegal substance abuse, so be aware of this and act responsibly.  Also take note that occasionally police roadblocks are set up and when stopped, people are expected to empty their pockets.



Please call our resort Manager immediately if you are taken into custody by the police for any reason.  These telephone numbers are listed in the telephone directory at the end of this book.



We strongly advise that you make photocopies of your airline tickets and your passport’s identification pages.  We also urge you to make a list of all of your traveler’s checks as well as the details and emergency fax and telephone numbers of your credit cards.  All of this information should be kept in a safe place separate from your wallet/purse. Having this information readily available will expedite the replacement of these items in the unfortunate event they should be lost or stolen.



  • Please check to ensure that you have packed all of your belongings.
  • Pay all of your bills that have not already been settled, which may include those for dry cleaning, transportation, or room Charges.
  • You will be expected to pay for any items in your villa that you may have broken or damaged. As we understand that exceptions may be warranted, this will be handled on a case-by-case basis, and can be discussed with resort manager.
  • Please be aware that the airport charges IDR 200,000 departure tax per person for international flight while domestic flight at IDR 75,000 per person.


Our staffs work very hard to ensure that your stay is enjoyable and relaxing.  The average monthly salary in Bali is low by Western standards, so tips from our guests can result in a substantial change in lifestyle for the staff, and are always greatly appreciated.

Tip amounts are left to client discretion, can be done by giving straight to the staff or Operation Head for all staff shared.





  • Pepito Supermarket, Andong main road, Ubud, Open daily 7am until 11pm, Pepito Supermarket is Bali pioneer in Premium Supermarket that excel in fresh, high quality local and imported products maintaining its standards of service.
  • Delta Dewata Supermarket, Andong main road, Ubud, Open daily 8am until 10pm, Delta Dewata Super market is the nearest super market by the resort. It offers a wide enough range of product for most needs.




Contact Number:

Operator Dial no 0

General Numbers

  • Telephone Operator, Number: +62-361 108 or 147
  • International Operator, Number: +62-361 101 or 007

Airlines and Airports

  • Airport Information, Number: +62-361 751011 ext. 5112/3
  • Cathay Pacific, Number: +62-361 753942/766931
  • Qantas Airways, Number: +62-361 288 331
  • Garuda Airlines, Number: +62-361 288 011/241690
  • Singapore Airlines, Number: +62-361 768 388
  • Thai Airways, Number: +62-361 288 141
  • China Airlines, Number: +62-361 754 856
  • Continental Airlines, Number: +62-361 768 358
  • Eva Air, Number: +62-361 768 405
  • Japan Airlines, Number: +62-361 757 077
  • Malaysian Airlines, Number: +62-361 764 995
  • Royal Brunei, Number: +62-361 769 238
  • Air Bali, Number: +62-361 767 466

Embassies and Consulates                                        

  • Australia, Canada & New Zealand (Jl. Tantular No.32, Renon-Denpasar), Number: +62-361 241 118
  • United Kingdom (Jl.Tirtanadi No.20 Sanur), Number: +62-361 270 601
  • Austrian & Switzerland (Komp.Istana Kuta Galeria, Blok Walet II/12, Kuta), Number: +62-361 751 735
  • Japan (Jl.Raya Puputan No.170, Renon-Denpasar), Number: +62-361 227 628
  • Chech Republic (Jl.Pangembak no 17 Sanur), Number: +62-361 286 465
  • Italy (Lotus Enterprice Building, Jl.By Pass Ngurah Rai, Jimbaran), Number: +62-361 701 005
  • United States (Jl.Hayam Wuruk No.188, Denpasar), Number: +62-361 233 605
  • Spain (Komp.Istana Kuta Galeria, Blok Walet II/11, Kuta), Number: +62-361 769 286
  • Netherlands (Jl.Raya Kuta No.127, Kuta), Number: +62-361 761 502
  • Mexico (Jl.Mohamad Yamin 1A, Renon-Denpasar), Number: +62-361 223 266
  • Hungary (Jl.Raya Kuta 88R, 3rd floor, Kuta), Number: +62-361 757 557
  • Germany (Jl.Pantai Karang No.17, Sanur), Number: +62-361 288 535
  • France (Jl.Mertasari Gg.II/8, Sanur), Number: +62-361 285 485
  • Finland & Sweden (Jl.Segara Ayu, Segara Village, Sanur), Number: +62-361 288 407
  • Denmark & Norway (Perumahan Bukit Permai, Jimbaran), Number: +62-361 701 070



Ubud Health Care Clinic Tebasaya
Jl. Suksma Kesuma No.37, Peliatan, Ubud, Gianyar-Bali, Open 7am – 10pm, Phone: (+62) 821 8888 2273

Toya Medika Clinic Kutuh, Ubud
Jl. Raya Tirta Tawar, Ubud 80571 Gianyar – Bali, Open 24 hours, Phone: (+62-361) 908 3956

BIMC Hospital – 24 Hours Medical & Emergency Centre
BIMC Hospital was officially opened on 27th July 1998 and was established to provide an excellent primary health care and emergency services for tourists, travelers and expatriates living in Bali. 24 Hours Emergency Line

  • Kuta (+62-361) 761 263
  • Nusa Dua (+62-361) 3000 911

Dental Clinics:

  • Indra Guizot, Jl. Patimura 19, Denpasar, Phone: (+62-361) 234 375
  • Ritjie Rihartinah, Jl. Pratama No. 81, Nusa Dua, Phone: (+62-361) 771 324

Opened in 1999, offers International SOS members and visitors to Bali comprehensive primary health care and 24-hour emergency medical services
Jl. By Pass Ngurah Rai, Denpasar, Bali – Indonesia Phone: (+62 361) 710 505, Fax. (+62-361) 764 530

Major Hospital:

  • Rumah Sakit Umum Sanglah (Public Hospital), Jl. Diponegoro, Sanglah, Denpasar, Phone: (+62-361) 227 912
  • Rumah Sakit Kasih lbu (Private Hospital with special maternity unit), Jl. Teuku Umar No 120, Phone: (+62-361) 300 3030

Surya Husadha Hospital (Private), Jalan Pulau Serangan No. 7 Denpasar – Bali, Phone: (+62-361) 233 787, Fax: (+62-361) 231 177

Rumah Sakit Prima Medika (Private Hospital), Jl. PulauSerangan, Denpasar, Phone: (+62-361) 236 225 Fax: (+62-361) 236 203



  • Bali Emergency Response Centre, Phone: 112
  • Polsek Ubud (Police Office Ubud), Jl. Raya Andong, Peliatan, Ubud-Gianyar, Phone: (+62-361) 975 316
  • Damkar Ubud (Fire Fighter Department, Ubud), Jl. Pura Gunung Sari, Peliatan, Ubud-Gianyar, Phone: (+62-361) 908 0848
  • BPBD Gianyar Regency, Jl. Baypass Dharmagiri, Gianyar, Phone (+62-361) 895 8437 ext. 895 8447
  • Polsek Tegallalang (Police Office Tegallalang), Jl. Raya Tegallalang, Sebatu, Tegallalang, Phone: (+62-361) 901 575
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