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Tanah Gajah Ubud is ready for the upcoming tourism season with the ‘Welcome Back to Bali’ package

Tanah Gajah Ubud is ready for the upcoming tourism season with the ‘Welcome Back to Bali’ package

Down by the island’s spiritual hub, in Ubud, as tourists flock to Bali this month, a historic resort is ready to provide guests with a luxurious stay.

Tanah Gajah has been chosen as one of the hotels you can stay at in the “Warm Up Vacation” promotion. The Indonesian government has picked it among several other properties as part of its promotion. Visitors are free to move around the country after testing COVID-negative at the airport, although they have to stay at the same hotel for their first three nights.

Tanah Gajah Ubud is a company on the Indonesian island of Bali that has created a “Welcome Back” package to suit travelers. These packages allow travelers to relax and unwind while meeting the COVID requirements for their getaway trip.

This month, Bali decided to restore its visa on arrival service for 23 countries and drop the requirement of mandatory quarantine for international travelers who have been vaccinated. There are a few requirements, like two PCR Tests (on arrival at the airport and upon leaving) and 30 days of health insurance. Those are taken care of at the resort.

Tanah Gajah Ubud

The package provides: airport pick up; personal hand sanitizer, face mask, and disinfectant in each villa; a personal butler service; WiFi; a daily afternoon tea with alcohol selections (replenished daily); and a complimentary minibar with alcohol. You can do laundry 6 times in your villa every day. There are wellness facilities available and a UV light treatment before you check-in, And if that wasn’t enough, they offer a property-wide nanotechnology spray treatment every day to minimize the potential for infection. The villa has its own rich cultural heritage and guests are appreciating its location too.

The property is beautiful; it sits in the Balinese uplands and is surrounded by rice paddies. It has 20 keys and lots of space, with a combined 6 hectares of land. The Hendra Hadiprana House is a popular destination for art and design enthusiasts. The property has been around since the 1980s when it was originally commissioned as a holiday home for Hendra Hadiprana and his family. The Hadiprana family has moved out of the site, but they were left behind with a vast collection of art. Sculptures and antiques can be found all around the property.

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The Playa Vista resort has two dining options, The Tempayan and Panen Padi Lounge. The new Tempayan was designed with a Santillan design style which is inspired by a Balinese-style pavilion.” Panen Padi Lounge also opened during the pandemic. They have two locations, both with prime views of rice paddies and the resort’s hot air balloon experience.

The spa at the resort takes in the property’s quintessential Balinese landscape and is surrounded by ponds with swans. Guests can also enjoy having a private pool villa, where they will be mostly surrounded by ponds and flanked with Ganesh statues.

Tanah Gajah Ubud ensures that staff is fully vaccinated and has cleanliness, safety, and environment score of 100% from the Indonesian government. The house is sprayed down with disinfectant twice a week and the rooms are disinfected daily. All staff working at this property get paid quarterly, through the Australian Government.

Tanah Gajah Ubud

Packages start at IDR 9,100,000 net (Approximately USD 640) for a One Bedroom Club Suite (70 sqm) and range up to IDR 14,300,000 net (Approximately USD 640) for a One-Bedroom Club Pool Villa (280 sqm).

Guests have the option to stay on or continue their journey. Those who desire a traditional experience can stay at Dua Dari, while guests who would prefer pure luxury can opt for our Residence by Hadiprana. Dua Dari hotel is a private residence turned into four villas overlooking the Petanu River. Previously known as Tanah Gajah Ubud, this resort was Hendra Hadiprana’s home. His extensive art collection can still be found throughout the site and most of the design; furniture was once a part of Tanah Gajah Ubud.

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