Location

Rumah Jepun guest house is very centrally located in the Monkey Forest Road – the middle of Ubud, the cultural and spiritual heart of Bali, Indonesia.

Just a short walk from the monkey forest and the yoga barn in one direction and the market and Palace in the opposite direction.

Our bed and breakfast accommodation is approx 1.5 hours from Bali’s ‘Ngurah Rai’ airport at Denpasar.

The rooms are set back from the busy road and overlook a beautiful garden with many tropical fruit trees, flowers and a jungle backdrop beyond the river.

Less than a 2 minute walk along the pathway brings you to the many shops, cafes, bars and spas lining the busy Monkey Forest Road.

Email: rumahjepun@outlook.com   or call  +62 (0)81 547 323 834  or  0361  9205 078 (GMT + 8 hours) or use the form on the Contact Us page.

Garden by the river

Rumah Jepun’s tropical garden by the river

Holidaymakers are provided with a map of the area, a list of local sights to see, suggestions for the many restaurants, live music and traditional performances as well as details of interesting, often unusual, activities (cultural, artistic or adventurous!) – many within easy walking distance or a short taxi ride away.  In fact you can click here for some ideas of what to do.

Rumah Jepun surrounded by greenery

Rumah Jepun surrounded by greenery

Friendly and helpful staff can help you book day trips and, if we know your arrival time, then they can help you with your bags from the street to your room.

Breakfast on the balcony

Complete directions will be emailed on receipt of your holiday booking – we can even arrange an English speaking taxi driver to pick you up at the airport.

So contact us now for availability and rates: rumahjepun@outlook.com

We are looking forward to meeting you on behalf of Ketut Astana

Meanwhile, if you’re interested in other aspects of a rather unusual life here in Bali maybe check out  www.julieinbali.wordpress.com

Temples in my garden - Bali is called island of 1000 temples (more like 1billion!)

Here are the Temples in our garden – Bali is called island of 1000 temples (more like 1billion!) every home has them

 

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  1. hi selamat pagi pagi, i am so happy i decided to come and stay with you in your wonderful rumah jepun, ,
    ohm swasti astu
    nam myoho renge kyo

    made’an /annette

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