Every bride wants to look radiant for her wedding and this often means undergoing different beauty treatments during the lead up to the big day. In Indonesia, it is tradition for a bride to prepare for her wedding with a skin ritual that dates back to the royal courts of Central Java. It involves exfoliating the skin with a scrub called lulur, which is made from natural ingredients.
Chef Wayan Budi from The gangsa is sharing his own recipe for Klepon Waluh. This is a delicious dessert of pumpkin dumplings filled with palm sugar and served with grated coconut.
Trekking is another healthy activity that enables guests to venture into rural Bali for a glimpse at the island’s natural landscape. Kayumanis Ubud offers in-house guests a choice of two free trekking excursions that can be enjoyed either in the morning or late afternoon. Prior reservation at least one day in advance is essential.
Kayumanis Jimbaran is blessed with an expansive landscape that incorporates manicured lawns st with mature coconut palms.