I am Villa Passiflora. Quietly tucked amongst the dense jungle of Ubud my haven awaits to be discovered. The open floor plan of my traditional Javenese 1 bedroom, 1 bath abode is both inviting and secluded. I am the best of both worlds. Tucked away from the busy streets of Ubud, yet close enough to experience the real island life. Feel a part of the community as you are greeted by the genuine smile of local workers meticulously tending to their rice paddies. Take a relaxing afternoon nap on the shaded daybed fit for a queen or refresh yourself at the onsite saltwater pool. My peaceful surroundings will enchant all your senses, from magical sunrises and sunsets, to warm summer nights under the twinkling stars.


With yoga retreats, rice paddy strolls and artsy markets to rice terraces and waterfalls deep in the jungle, Ubud has so much to offer.

You can’t come to Bali without taking the time to explore Tegallalang Rice Terraces, which are especially beautiful in May for sunrise. On your way out, you can also grab some lunch at Boni Bali Restaurant and eat some Gado Gado — a traditional Indonesian salad of slightly boiled, blanched or steamed vegetables and hard-boiled eggs, boiled potato, fried tofu and tempeh, topped with peanut dressing, it is delish! You can admire the lush green rice terraces from above while you enjoy your tasty dish. Combine the terraces with a trip up the road to the largest and busiest buddhist water temple — The Water Purification Temple also known as Tirta Empul.

A little further from my grounds is Tibuma Waterfall and the Gates of Heaven. Tibuma Waterfall is for those out for an epic adventure. The falls are stunning and if you have time so worth the visit. I would suggest going early in the morning to avoid crowds. The Gates of Heaven is perfect for photographers and those who are looking for the best spot to witness an epic sunrise.

My favorite eateries in the area are Kafe and The Sayan House. Kafe is one of the only cafes that opens at 7am and offers a variety of wholesome meals. It is the perfect go to place after watching the sunrise at the Tegallalang Rice Terraces. The Sayan House is a Japanese restaurant serving delicious Japanese – Latin fusion in style. This little gem offers ravishing jungle views.


This Javanese house is known as a Joglo in the Balinese vernacular and it refers to the shape of the roof. Because this is the most complex of all the Javanese roof styles, it showed the economic status of the owners. Joglo houses are usually associated with aristocrats.

The staff will come in the morning around 8am to prepare your breakfast. However, the time can always be changed according to your schedule.  The menu can be found on the kitchen counter.

Check in is at 1:30pm and it is advised to use one of the recommended drivers. This can be organized before your arrival, just to make sure you will arrive at your villa safe and sound.

You can rent a scooter from Sri or the house staff for IDR 60,000 per day (around $5). Although the villa is walking distance to a lot of amazing restaurants, it is quite convenient to have a scooter if you plan on exploring other parts of the island.

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Rooms start at $148 USD. A delicious complimentary breakfast for two is included.



Expect a serene retreat amongst the rice fields. Expect to live within a piece of Indonesian history. Expect to enjoy quiet mornings with yoga & delicious cafes just a walk away.



Spacious living area with a dining room table for four. Kitchenette with fridge, sink, stove and island. Elevated bed for two with a terrace overlooking a small rice paddy. Adjacent bathroom with open air shower and stunning bathtub. Daybed. Community saltwater pool.



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