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Stay at Rumah Jepun, Ubud for your holiday…

Enter a magical Balinese garden, full of tropical fruit and colourful flowers.

Sip a welcome drink (perhaps papaya juice – fresh from our tree) while chilling on your private balcony or lounging  on sunbeds.

Sunloungers - in the sun or the shade

Sunloungers – in the sun or the shade

Feel your shoulders relax as you breathe in the abundance of the nature surrounding you.

Can you hear the voice of the river just beyond the banana trees… the flap of butterfly wings?

Four poster bed in the deluxe Waterfall Room

Four poster bed in the deluxe Rama Sita Room

Rumah Jepun offers serene beauty… a portal to Balinese culture…  and travel experiences that can broaden your perceptions — all from the comfort of your uniquely designed room, surrounded by a jungle garden and local art.

Towel Art

Towel Art – with fresh flowers

Rumah Jepun’s three rooms (two standard and one deluxe) include all the usual trimmings… breakfast, aircon, free wifi and daily housekeeping.

Breakfast on your balcony

Breakfast on your balcony – the pancakes are legendary!

Our staff, Gede, Ketut and Koming also offer free tea, coffee and drinking water, with a smile!

We can give ideas on where to go, help you to get there and advise what to expect.  The folder in your room includes a map and many suggestions too – as well as a poem just for you.

Where never ending beauty caresses a soft and colourful sky...

Where never ending beauty caresses a soft and colourful sky…

Take a walk through the rice paddies, or get pampered at a spa with a chocolate or coconut massage.

Spa - followed by a flower bath in a copper tub

Spa – followed by a flower bath in a copper tub.  The spa will even pick you up from Rumah Jepun for free!

Do you like yoga and meditation?  Maybe you like shopping or art museums.  How about adventures – from bicycling, white water rafting or climbing the volcano for sunrise.

Perhaps you just want a refreshing dip in our neighbouring pool.

 

Neighbouring pool available for a small fee

Neighbouring pool – no guarantee, but often available for a small fee or if you use their spa

How about culture – marvel at Balinese traditional music and dance performances.  Visit beautiful 11th century temples in stunning valley settings and much, much more.

Temples in our garden

These are our Temples in our garden at Rumah Jepun

When it comes to food, Ubud has it covered… from fine dining, vegetarian, vegan to raw food!  Along with the delicious Balinese and Indonesia cuisine there’s also Mexican, Japanese, Mediterranean, Indian, Chinese, French, Cuban – and fusions! 

Don’t forget the coffees and the cocktails and, of course, the desserts!

Yum!

Yum!

There’s SO much more to explore in the day and in the night as well – maybe dancing to local bands, enjoying traditional Balinese music and dance performances or go to one of the ‘Open Mic’ nights.

Or there’s a cool cinema, where you sit on sofas and can order food and drink while watching the movie.  Or maybe you want to try something arty… making silver jewellery, wood carving or fruit carving:

Fruit carving

Fruit carving

After your exciting day you’ll appreciate a good night’s sleep in Rumah Jepun’s comfortable beds, complete with designer bedding.

Designer bedding

Designer bedding – blossoms on your bed

Wake refreshed, ready for our freshly cooked breakfast.  The banana pancakes are legendary or try an omelette – plain or spicy, it’s your choice!  Wash it down with a fresh juice.

You’re here to enjoy a vacation full of beauty, scenery, culture,  food, art, experiences and entertainment on the enchanting tropical island of Bali…

We’re here to help make your ‘dream holiday’ a memorable reality.

Relax on the bale (gazebo)

Relax on the bale (gazebo)

We look forward to welcoming you to Rumah Jepun – boutique style accommodation – with a jungle garden – at affordable rates – in the middle of Ubud.

On behalf of Pasek and our ever-smiling Balinese staff, Gede, Ketut and Koming.

Rumah Jepun (which means Frangipani House) is also the home of an English resident who’s a poet/writer and she enjoys having a chat with our guests too.

Contact us with your holiday dates:

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12 Comments

  1. Lesley Blayney

     /  20/04/2013

    Glad to see everything is going great for you. We met when you approached me and my friends in a coffee shop on your way to a poetry reading and did a practice reading and then you invited us to your home for afternoon tea. We then came to a book launching of your book “Life’s Journey” Great night. Lesley Cindy and Sue Cairns Australia

    Reply
    • Hi Lesley, Cindy and Sue
      Thanks so much for getting in touch.
      I hope you are well and that you are all coming back to Ubud again this year?
      Do let me know if you do… maybe you will stay here at Rumah Jepun or, if not, at least come over for a coffee and chat.
      The garden has grown considerably since you were here last year – so lush with many papaya on the trees!
      Yes, things are going really well for me. I’m even writing short stories now and hoping to get them published too.
      Take care
      Julie

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  2. I feel incredible to look these pictures… especially the flowers. What camera did oyu use?

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  3. mooneer

     /  17/06/2014

    Hello Julie,
    How are you ?
    We have given your contact to friends who are coming to visit Ubud on July.
    Hope you are doing well
    Best
    Sarah & Mounir (French people visited you last October :-))

    Reply
    • Hey Sarah & Mounir
      Nice to hear from you and thanks for telling your friends about us. I look forward to hearing from them and, hopefully, meeting them too.

      Yes, everything is great thanks… Bali is still beautiful and my life’s adventure here continues to astound me 🙂

      My partner, Yaniq, who you probably met, is still playing music and making some incredible art too.

      Hope all is well for you both and that, maybe?, you will come back to Bali some day.
      Cheers
      Julie

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  4. Glenn and Joanne Condon

     /  14/10/2014

    Hi Julie, I am a friend of Chris and Theos (known him 30yrs). My wife and I will be in Bali from 20-29/10/14. Sanur (bel-Swiss Resort, Ubud from 25th till 29th of October. We are a party of 6-7. (4 adults (1 M and 3 F) and 2 x 15 yo, possibly 23 yo girls) Unfortunately we have already booked accom at Pertiwi Spa and Resort while we are in Ubud. (Theos only referred us to you yesterday!). We would love to catch up with a friend of Theos. We are already booked in for a 1/2 day bike ride (Mon 27/10) but would appreciate your assistance with regard to drivers, local knowledge, a cooking school ( for a 1/2 day market/cooking experience for the girls.
    Thank you so much, hope we can catch up some how during our holiday. Glenn and Jo

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  5. Carmelina

     /  13/11/2014

    Hi Julie we would love to catch up when we come to Ubud, it will be on the 19th Nov send me yr phone nr & I’ll call u when we get there

    Regarding Wayan, do we need to book to make a time to see him??

    Love Carmelina & Roberto

    Reply
    • Hi Carmelina
      I realise that this is incredibly late…but I’ve only just seen your message and I have no proof that I replied to you – so maybe I didn’t!?!?!
      If I didn’t reply, then please accept my belated apologies.
      Do let me know if you are coming to Ubud again.
      Hope all is well.
      Kind regards
      Julie

      Reply
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