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Stay at a rice field view room at Hotel Suly Resort Yoga & Spa Ubud. Experience the beauty and tranquility of this wonderful place that can surely touch your senses and bring you back to life.
All ages are welcome as participants.
Set peacefully among beautiful rice fields just to the South of Ubud, Suly Resort, Yoga and Spa has 67 rooms as well as a restaurant, cafe, bar, two swimming pools, yoga classes, and spa. We offer arts and cultural activities as well as sightseeing tours. Suly Resort blends the traditional with the modern. Set in extensive gardens in the style of a traditional Balinese village, the hotel itself has all the modern amenities travelers expect.
The yoga sessions will be a balanced combination of poses and a sustained increase awareness of posture to another. Awareness and attention to our breathing are important aspects of the course. Vigilance is always given to the alignment of basic therapeutic principles and postures. Adaptations are available to help individuals understand and work with their individual limitations. Classes are energetically balanced, incorporating a good physical workout, poses soothing and deep relaxation.
In the year 1906 this temple was situated at the former Rumah Miskin Police Station area (Lavender Street junction).Next this temple was shifted infront of the former Beatty Secondary School (Beatty Road). At this time this temple looked more like a hut. With the support of the devotees who are mostly residents staying nearby this temple was shifted again and relocated to St. Georges Road. In 1965 this temple was registered as Sri Sivan Temple and the Maha Kumbabishegam (Consecration Ceremony) was held on October 9,1975. In 1980 the temple site was acquired by HDB thus again this temple was required to be shifted. In 1982 this temple was relocated to the present Potong Pasir site and preparations were made to make the foundations to construct the temple in 1985. In 1987, sculptors, architects and various history skilled workers were brought from India to construct this temple and the Maha Kumbabishegam was held on January 21, 1991. Following this, seeing the need to construct at Kodi Maram (flag staff) and the sanctums for the various deities and because of the request of all the devotees who had been attending this Temple for prayers the neccessary arrangement were made and the Foundation Stone Laying Ceremony was held on May 1,1996. Upon completion of all the necessary works the Maha Kumbabishegam was held grandly on November 11, 1996. The name of the temple, Sri Sivan Temple, was changed to Sri Sivadurga Temple on May 28, 2001.
In the village of Besakih on the slopes of Mount Agung in eastern Bali, Indonesia, is the most important, the largest and holiest temple of Hindu religion in Bali, and one of a series of Balinese temples. Perched nearly 1000 meters up the side of Gunung Agung, it is an extensive complex of 23 separate but related temples with the largest and most important being Pura Penataran Agung. This is built on six levels, terraced up the slope. This entrance is an imposing Candi Bentar (split gateway), and beyond it the even more impressive Kori Agung is the gateway to the second courtyard.
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Daily breakfast, lunch and dinner. Lunch is organic.
Balinese dancing lesson
"Wonderful, relaxing stay. Very attentive staff. The in-house cooking class was great fun in our four person group. Room cleaned and tidied daily. Pools were immaculate. Hotel is ten minutes from central Ubud with a few shuttle buses daily, was quite nice to be slightly away from the commercial township centre."
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"This is a simple and very affordable resort which is value for money. We got free room upgrades and stayed in a spacious (and largely clean) superior room. The breakfast buffet is great and it is about a half an hour drive from the resort to the rice paddies. The resort overlooks rice paddies too and the pool area is actually wonderful. A very peaceful resort. Highly recommend if you are travelling on a budget."
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"My boyfriend and I stayed here for two nights in September. The resort was great. We particularly liked its location, from the restaurant, pool and the rooms you look out over the rice fields. My boyfriend is a photographer and loved the view over the rice terrace at sunset. I went to one free yoga class offered every afternoon at 4pm, the class was very relaxing having just got off a long flight. The students also attend the class to learn yoga themselves so the class is taught in English and Indonesian. Breakfast was great, they provide a massive section of breakfast options and the freshly made omelets were delicious! The restaurant is nice, it has a good selection but we found some of the meals to be too small. The shuttle bus only runs 3 times a day so we didnt find it useful and took taxis into Ubud instead. Our room was on the third floor and was clean. Some guests complained of a bad smell in their bathroom but we did not have this problem. For the price paid for a night i think this resort was very nice and i will gladly stay here again next time we come to Ubud. Dont be put off because students work at the resort they are very friendly and will go out of their way to ensure you enjoy your stay."
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" I had booked here for 2 nights but extended it for one more night as I wanted to make full use of the facilities. This is a beautiful traditional property and I had booked on of the deluxe suites. Lovely large room and good sized bathroom. I had a small garden with large veranda which was a lovely space to spend time on reading and relaxing. Each day they have complimentary yoga and as part of my package I had a wood carving class on one of the days too, which was great fun. There are a number of classes you can do on the property and all seem to be quite well received. I loved this place for the quietness as that is what I needed at the time."
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