Indigo Tree Ubud Bali.│We have already done a number of posts featuring the Villas where we stayed in Ubud, Bali. We absolutely loved our time here. It was relaxing, soothing, and invigorating! While we were there, they were doing a lot of changes to the property… so who knows if it would ever be the same if we returned, but that is the great thing about memories. We can hold onto those memories of our time there, and remember it just the way that it was when we visited. The gardens, suites and artwork at Indigo Tree Ubud Bali were all so beautiful, that I wanted walk around that place whenever I had a chance – taking pictures, and admiring the beauty!
“Beautiful and tranquil nature hotel situated within the surrounding jungle and rice paddies. Coconut trees, stone paths and sun beds surround an outdoor pool at Indigo Tree in Ubud. Offering a variety of accommodation with free Wi-Fi, the resort features its own restaurant. Indigo Tree is 3 km from the Ubud Royal Palace and the Ubud Traditional Market. Ubud’s famous Monkey Forest is 4 km away. Ngurah Rai International Airport is approximately 45 km from the resort. The modern rooms, suites and villas are air-conditioned and have a terrace with garden views. Also included are a wardrobe and private bathroom with shower and toilet. Breakfast is served at Indigo Restaurant, which specialises in Indonesian, Western and Vegetarian dishes.” – Indigo Tree Bali
These pictures are from my walks around Indigo Tree Ubud Bali…
Did you notice our little man in the above image?
Look closely! He’s on the couches to the left. We often sat at these couches, playing cards, eating food and getting to know other guests. It was especially romantic in this area when it was raining, and at night. I loved the lighting – look at that amazing shell chandelier!
Everyday I would watch the waterlily flowers change. When it rained, the drops of water would sit on the petals in the most delicate way.
There was a rooftop near the above flower, so even while it was raining, I loved to sit nearby and admire this beautiful flower. This was JUST ONE of the ways that I found many moments of sweet medication in Bali.
Indigo Tree Ubud Bali.
We LOVE LOVE LOVED this place!