The Kayon Jungle Resort: A luxe home away from home in Ubud

If you are looking to escape the traffic, noise and general busyness of life, look no further than The Kayon Jungle Resort. Located within the rural village of Bresela just outside of Ubud, this stunning five-star resort overlooks the Oos River and is surrounded by lush greenery. The Kayon Jungle Resort offers a truly unique experience and is the perfect way to enjoy Ubud’s jungle.
Drone Shot The Kayon Ubud

The Kayon Jungle Resort has been architecturally designed by Balinese designer, I Wayan Wardika and is modelled on the famous Tegalalang rice terraces.

There are 38 suites and private pool villas which offer some of the most stunning views in the area. All rooms are tastefully designed with decor to match and offer plenty of space.

Spend your days lounging in a cabana by the spectacular three-tiered Wanna Jungle Pool with a cocktail in hand or enjoy a bite to eat from the Kepitu Bar & Lounge (food and beverages can be served poolside).

If it is complete and utter bliss and relaxation you are after, visit the Serayu Spa. With luxury treatment rooms, a beauty salon, a sauna and a jacuzzi, you will feel like a new person when you’re done. They use a collection of local botanicals and high–end skincare brands and their trained therapists will make you feel at home.

Get hot and sweaty (only if you want to!) in The Kayon Jungle Resort’s Fitness Centre. Fully air-conditioned, the gym is rigged with state-of-the-art cardio and free weights, meaning you can stay fit and healthy while on holiday.

When it comes to keepsakes, take a little piece of The Kayon Jungle Resort home with you. The Kayon Traditional Art Market, located next to Kepitu Restaurant is operated by the local Bresela village and replicates a traditional marketplace. The colourful stalls sell Balinese handicrafts, textiles, jewelry and more. It is simply a delightful concept. The resort also has its own gallery – the Lempad Tribute Museum.

The gallery houses a collection of artwork by famous Balinese sculptor and architect, I Gusti Nyoman Lempad (1862-1978). Lempad was a pioneer when it came to protecting Bali’s artists and creative heritage and he built many of the palaces and temples you see around Ubud today.

The Kayon grand entrance

Adorned with flowers and candles, The Canyon Jetty Restaurant is sure to turn on the fireworks. Serenade your other half with a special dinner to remember, set inside of a private hut. The Oos River flows below and you can hear the natural waterfalls from your table. Treat yourselves to the degustation menu, designed by the restaurant’s Executive Chef.

Speaking of romance, what is more romantic than getting married? Set high above the jungle valley, the Puspaka Sky Wedding Chapel is the most glorious place to say your vows. The Kayon Jungle Resort has various wedding packages and can accommodate your wants and needs. Keep it small and intimate or invite your nearest and dearest to celebrate with you.

The Kayon Jungle Resort impresses and invites you into a world of luxury, tranquillity and culture. Contact the team of The Kayon Jungle Resort for more information. 

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