Bali is an ideal destination offering a unique and authentic local culture that is still being done today. Padma Resort Ubud gives the opportunity to their guests to experience and learn about the locality during their stay.
Purification, also known as Melukat, is one of the Balinese rituals to purify from negative thoughts and behaviour. The journey starts from Padma Resort Ubud to the sacred temple nearby, where guests will experience the rituals wearing Balinese attire and guided by the priest.
In Padma Resort Ubud, guests can learn about Indonesian herbal drinks called jamu. The team will demonstrate how to process the freshly picked ingredients from our Agroforestry Garden and carefully guide you in brewing jamu.
Balinese Hat (Capil) making
Made of natural material, the Balinese hat, also known as Capil, is a traditional head covering worn by Balinese while working in the field. During their stay in Padma Resort Ubud, guests can learn how to make this iconic piece of Balinese attribute by weaving coconut tree leaves into a hat, guided by the team and taking it home as a gift or keeping it as a lasting memory of your locality experience.
Canang Sari making
Canang Sari, a woven basket made from coconut tree leaves, is filled with familiar flowers and rice that can be found anywhere in Bali. Balinese people make Canang sari as an offering the Gods and to create the balance of nature. Learn how to make it with our team at Padma Resort Ubud.
Take a trip to the nearby neighbourhood of Puhu village, just a short walk from the resort, and learn about the vibrant culture of Bali guided by our team. Guests can learn about the day-to-day Balinese life, authentic culture and the traditional Balinese architecture, including the beautiful temples and Balinese gates as part of their house.
Near the Animal Garden, guests can experience traditional Balinese fishing techniques while building a connection and bond between parents and kids guided by our team at the Fishing Lagoon.
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Themed Buffet dinner: Kampoeng Bali
Balinese cuisine offers an authentic taste with its spicy and aromatic flavours. The cuisine is prepared using natural ingredients such as herbs and spices, including shallots, garlic, ginger, chilli, peppers, turmeric, and lemongrass, and traditional cooking techniques, such as grilling, roasting, and streaming. Everyone is welcome to try the Balinese-themed dinners featuring Babi guling, Satay tajen, tum ikan, and soup komoh.
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Banjar Carik, Desa Puhu Payangan, Ubud – Bali 80572 Indonesia
Phone : +62 361 301 1111