Magical Jungle Haven Spoils Guests In Bali’s Most Popular Nature Resort
- 27 November 2023 07:16 AM
- Eco Tourism Bali
Ubud is known around the world for its incredible jungle resorts and hotels. One retreat in particular stands out amongst the rest.
The Kayon Jungle Resort continues to unveil itself as the ultimate honeymoon haven and romantic getaway.
The Kayon Jungle Resort, within the lush green forests of Bersela, just a minute away from the heart of Ubud, is in high demand right now. Blending luxury accommodation within pristine natural landscapes and a perfect mix of modern comfort and traditional Balinese charm, The Kayon Jungle Resort is the perfect intimate escape.
One of the most impressive features of The Kayon Jungle Resort is the Wanna Jungle Pool. The stunning three-tiered pool is a sight to behold. The pools provide the perfect setup for those all-important Bali jungle photographs. What makes The Kayon Jungle Resort so special is that the pool and restaurant are open to the public on a day pass.
For travelers who want to dive into the luxurious splendor of the jungle, but already have their accommodation booked up, there is no need to needlessly miss out on the magic of The Kayon Jungle Resort. The day pass allowed visitors to enjoy the pools whose design is inspired by the world-famous Tegalalang Rice Terraces. The day pass gives visitors full-day club vibes, meaning they can relax in the pool, kick back on a poolside lounger, and order to their heart’s content from the extensive food and drinks menu.
Day pass guests are also able to make the most of the daily Happy Hour offer. The buy one get one free cocktail offer is available every day from 11 am – 3 pm at the Wanna Jungle Pool and Bar. For those looking for an enchanting jungle escape in Ubud, then there are plenty of gorgeous private villas and suite options at The Kayon Jungle Resort.
The Kayon Jungle Suites are spacious living quarters offering an ensuite bathroom with deep soak bathtubs and a balcony overlooking the mesmerizing jungle. The Kayon Premier Pool Villas offer guests their own private pool. The villas are an idyllic honeymoon or romantic retreat that offer total privacy.
For the most exclusive experience, guests should consider booking the Kayon Royal Pool Villas. Boasting a private pool, jacuzzi, kitchenette, and unrivaled jungle view, this is the ultimate sanctuary in the heart of the Ubud forests.
In a press statement, the CEO The Kayon Hotels & Resorts, I Wayan Sucitra, says that honeymoon couples and couples on romantic getaways are in safe hands with Kayon Resorts. Sucitra said “When choosing accommodation for your Bali honeymoon, The Kayon Jungle Resorts stands out as an exceptional option. Managing by The Kayon Hotels & Resorts, we are renowned for our passion for creating unforgettable moments.”
“Providing excellent personalized approach and exceptional service ensures your honeymoon is a dream come true.”
Ubud’s resorts and hotels are simply world-class. Resorts like The Kayon Jungle Resort are consistently on the lookout for opportunities to better serve overnight guests and day visitors.
This month the Mandala, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve in Ubud, launched a new wellness offering to guests.
The Disconnect to Reconnect program offers guests a comprehensive selection of holistic wellness practices on a four-day rotating schedule. This means that guests have something different to explore every day of their stay. Leaders in Bali want to see more traditional Balinese healing and wellness practices promoted to tourists, whether in the form of traditional healing foods and herbs in wellness retreats or massage therapies, yoga, and meditation offerings in resorts.
There is also an island-wide initiative to integrate traditional medicine and healing with modern scientific medicine practices. It is all part of a bigger move to promote cultural, sustainable tourism to international visitors by way of encouraging them to stay longer and spend more on vacation.
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