Guest Directory


One of the (few) things you will be required to do for your stay in Bali is to register as a temporary resident. The Temporary Resident Registration is a security measure mandated by the Indonesian government and we are obliged to comply with this regulation.

Upon your arrival at the resort, your greeter will borrow your passport and arrival card (the white card you filled out and had stamped by Immigration upon your arrival to Indonesia).  We will have the documents copied and will then fill out the appropriate forms with the designated authorities.  The staff will handle all of this and return your passport to you in short order — your documents will not be retained by the authorities.

We understand that you may not feel comfortable handing over your passport, but by law we are required to follow these procedures.  Please rest assured that your documents will be handled by our most trusted of staff who understand how important your passport and arrival card are.  They will return these documents to you as quickly as possible.


  • The Resort

Pramana Watu Kurung Enriching Village Experience carefully designed by a young passionate designer. The design is inspired by the spatial layout of a traditional Balinese village with “Paduraksa” a grand gate separating each space levels in the resort. This style of elaborate structure is typically used in local architecture to define the entrance to the sacred space. He also included the influence of European touch in the lobby area, design with rounded column plated with Balinese local stone craft.

A wide stone pathway lined with native flora runs straight down the middle of the resort is inspired by “Tenganan” native Balinese village. Charming wooden Javanese ‘joglo’ villas flow off this central axis to emulate the look of a small but integrated community. It’s a combination of European design with high decorative ceiling and the wide Javanese veranda.

Each accommodation option is nestled within a private compound that is accessed via a carved natural stone ‘angkul – angkul’ gate inspired by the pathway of “Penglipuran” the world famous traditional Balinese village. This classic Balinese gate creates a real sense of arrival. It has small niches on either side for daily offerings to welcome higher spirits in accordance to the island’s Hindu religion.

At the end of the path lies Lembah Ayung Restaurant, an open-sided joglo supported by intricately carved columns. This antique pavilion is the focal point of Pramana Watu Kurung and provides a place for guests to gather over good food and conversation.
It is strategically positioned to capture the tropical beauty of the Ayung River

  • The Location

Design and Concept

Built with passion and designed with heart the 1st Pramana resort will inspire Ubud by the end of 2017. Designed by young Balinese designer Wayan Wardika with the local artist, landscape and worker from the village, this soulfully work vibrate a peaceful and blissful feeling.

Set in 2000m2 land, the resort will embrace all guest with artistic and heart full design in every detail on crafted wood door and stone wall. The wide mounted pathway and Balinese private angkul-angkul entrance using local stone is inspired with the path at Penglipuran Village to give a Balinese village and privacy feeling surrounded with beautiful nature.

Situated entire tropical Ubud jungle PRAMANA Watu Kurung resort is located in Bunutan village only 20 minutes drive from Ubud center.

Perched on Ayung river edge with beautiful valley and river view, the resort features 9 , suites and 9 proviate pool villas, infinity pool with deck hang over the Clift over looking to the green Ayung river valley.

Lembah Ayung restaurant with the pool and river valley view, served authentic Balinese and Indonesian cuisine with genuine Balinese service. The Pramana spa and Surya Puja yoga center set above the ravine overlooking to fascinating rice fields, a great spot to welcome the sunrise.

  • The Management

The Resort is owned by Local and managed by The Local Balinese Management “Pramana Experience” who fully committed to running a company in a Tourism based community with the aim to preserve nature. Its design and implementation has carefully considers the local community, religion rituals, project, and employee recruitment. Every building has been built following the landscape contour by conserving rare trees within the entire Area. Practicing the Balinese Local Genius life principles TRI HITA KARANA into business, incorporating sustainable spiritual, social and environmental.


LEMBAH AYUNG is taken from the river next to the jetty, The Restaurant is set in the eficentrum of the resort with 180 degrees view over the pool and jungle landscape creates and ambiance perfect for an iced cold beer and cocktails. Designed with an antique joglo supported by intricately carved columns it is an open sided structure.

The lunch menu is light and healthy, a mixture of sandwich and salads. In the evening the menu is mixed western, Asian and enriching village experience menu with Balinese Royal setting with weekly Culture Diner program for real Ubud Experience.

Incorporate with the open sided structure with a couple ‘’NANDHINI’’ Statue setting, Lembah Ayung is the favorite and romantic dining venue.

Open for Breakfast Lunch & Dinner — Opening Hour 07:00-23:00

Surya Puja Yoga

Surya Puja Insights on Lifestyle is designed for yoga and wellness for those looking to enjoy themselves while also taking care of their bodies, minds & souls. Traditionally Surya Puja is dedicated to the God of Sun, performed at sunrise which is considered the most profitable spiritual time and facing the rising sun, a holistic experience that transcends into all aspects of your life. 

Stunning rooftop open-aired yoga pavilion that looks out at natural forestry scenery and terrace rice fields. Designed and built to incorporate with yoga characteristics using a mix of bamboo formed structures, wooden floor and resembling ‘alang – alang’ thatched roofs, at the rooftop adjacent to the Spa pavillion. Everything is set up for you to relax, tone your body and connect with like-minded people around you. Surya Puja is the perfect place to dive deep into your yoga practice.


Opening Hours 07:00-18:00 | Capacity 10 persons

Open for Lunch & Afternoon Tea   |  Opening Hour 07:00 – 22:30


The deck at Jetty is hanging along the ayung riverside, an ideal setting to slow down, relax having light lunch and afternoon tea surrounded by nature valley view while listening to the sound of the stream. Enjoy the spring dripping among to river the stone and the nature sound of water ripples hits the stone in the river. A unique and unforgettable holiday experience.

Shuttle Service schedule to and from down Town Ubud

Please to take a note that there is no shuttle at break times (12.00 noon)


Morning Walk Entire Village

On our complimentary at 08.00 am.

Keep your body healthy on your holiday by joining the Daily Morning Walk through Bunutan Village and ricefield entire rice fields. Inhale 100% pure oxygen while enjoy the long distance views of rice fields and dozens of coconut trees. Experience your life with interacting to friendly local villager, observing their daily morning activities as well as learn about the culture and customs of Balinese people and village. Our Guest Activity will guide you on this walk.

One day advance reservation is appreciated, please book through Reception. Dial 0


Morning and Yoga Lesson at Surya Puja Yoga

Complimentary at 07.00 -08.00 am.

There is a spacious studio on upper level facing to the rice field and unique bridge. Throughout the ancient art of classical yoga, you will learn the technique to still your mind, strengthen your body and expand your consciousness using posture, breath work, meditation and relaxation while hearing the natural sounds below. The class is suitable for beginner.

Advance request is appreciated please contact reception Dial 0

Private Yoga Lesson at Surya puja Yoga

It is available by request outside of regular complimentary class schedule. Our yoga Instructor will offer you to a deeper technique Of Yoga. Surya Puja – Yoga center will be a perfect spot to do but how ever this private lesson can also be done in your villa.

Advance request is appreciated please contact receptionDial 0

Afternoon High Tea

Coming back to the hotel after exploring Ubud and Surrounding or half day tour, we offer a delicious Indonesia tea with assorted Balinese cakes and pastries.

It’s an intimate moment having tea on a wooden deck along the river side, while enjoy the river flowing and dynamic water sounds.

Price 150.000net/pax

Balinese Genuine Activities

Experience becoming Balinese. We invite you to join our guest activity hosted at Surya Puja Yoga every day to practice making Balinese offering. Please contact reception for details of activity of the day.

Price 150.000net/pax

One day advance reservation is appreciated, please book through Reception. Dial 0

Starting from 13:00-14:00 at Surya Puja Yoga

Balinese Cooking Experience with Lunch

Great cuisine are not always made in obvious place Pramana Watu Kurung is proud to share the unique skill & secret recipe. Under guidance of our Balinese Gourmet Chef, you can learn how to prepare local delicious food.

Cooking venue is inside of hotel area, Traditional cooking takes a place at Pawon (Traditional Balinese kithchen). start from 11.00 am.

For approximately one and half hours our Chef will share his secret dishes recipes, and followed with your memorable luncheon at open dining on the river side deck. Take home our secret recipe as our gift and impressed your family & friends with your Balinese cooking skills.

Reservation is required at least one day in advance and our chef will pleased to meet you for further arrangement PRICE

Advance Reservation is appreciated please contact Reception. Dial 0



IDR 750K ++

Romantic Candle Light Dinner

Share an unforgettable evening with your beloved with this amorous dinner under the stars. Enjoy the cool evening air and nature’s symphony of chirping crickets while tucking into our signature dishes overlooking the impressive valley before you. So If you’re looking to surprise your special someone with a romantic dinner, this meal under the stars is sure to delight. No matter the occasion, we help you create the perfect setting for a night to remember. Reservation is required one day in advance.

Reservation is required one day in advance, please contact Reception. Dial 0

Price is 3500k for 2 pax, including a bottle of house wine, subject to 21% government tax and service charge

Balinese Culture Dinner

Pramana Watu Kurung is committed to support the local Bunutan Village in preserving arts and culture. We invite you join this charity dinner and become a part of the program. Venue in Lembah Ayung Restaurant and Jetty we proudly present “Balinese art dinner with live assorted Balinese art performance”. Our Balinese chef will pamper your night with his authentic Balinese gourmet dinner menu while you enjoying the Balinese performance. Feel free to take pictures with the artist at the end of the show.

Reservation is required one day in advance, please contact Reception. Dial 0

The price at IDR 525K ++/pax  (including 6 Courses menu, with Canapé, Coffee and Tea).

Daily Private Tours

Optional by Request

Bali is a small island, but it has everything tourists need, from traditional indigenous to modern activities. Bali is a paradise for visitor, as it has been nicknamed as the Paradise Island, the Majesty Island, the morning of the world, the island with thousands of temple and others. The resort is committed to support the local community, transportation organization, who will assist you to learn and explore more its places of interest, various typical local cultures, enjoy the hospitality of the people. Our Guest Relation officer will be pleased to assist you with a suggestion of tour itinerary as you would like to visit.  

Recommended Itinerary

Kintamani-Active Volcano Tour

Departure : 08.30 am

  • Goa Gajah temple : The Elephant Cave Temple
  • Gunung Kawi : The Rocky Temple
  • Tampak Siring : The Holy Spring Temple
  • Kintamani : The Vulcano and Lake Creater View
  • Tegalalang : Rice Terrace View

Inclusions : Petrol, Parking fees, Balinese cloth for temple visit, English speaking driver,
Cold mineral water. Temple’s admission fees are not included.

Prices : IDR 1075K net/car with English speaking driver only

Besakih to East Part of Bali

Departure : 08:30 a.m

  • Penglipuran : Traditional Balinese village with
    authentic village layout
  • Besakih : The Mother temple on the slope
    of mount Agung
  • Goa Gajah : The Bath Cave Temple
  • Klungkung : The Old court Justice of Klungkung Kingdom
  • Tegalalang : Rice Terrace View

Inclusions : Petrol, Parking fees, Balinese cloth for temple visit, English speaking driver,
Cold mineral water. Temple’s admission fees are not included.

Prices : IDR 1175K net/car with English speaking driver only

Uluwatu-Jimbaran tour

Departure : 09:30am

  • Mas Village : The Wood Carving Center
  • Celuk Village : The Gold & Silver smith
  • Denpasar : The Bali Museum
    (Closed on Public Holiday)
  • Uluwatu Temple : The Historical temple on the Rock
  • Jimbaran Beach : Sea Food center

Inclusions : Petrol, Parking fees, Balinese cloth for temple visit, English speaking driver,
Cold mineral water. Temple’s admission fees are not included.

Prices : IDR 1075K net/car with English speaking driver only

JatiLuwih Tour

Departure : 08:30am

  • Lodtunduh: Painting Village
  • Mengwi : Royal Family Temple
  • Bedugul : Temple on The lake and Botanical Garden
  • jatiluwih : The Best Rice Terrace View in Bali
  • Batukaru : Peaceful Hindu Temple in The Jungle

Inclusions : Petrol, Parking fees, Balinese cloth for temple visit, English speaking driver, Cold mineral water. Temple’s admission fees are not included.

Prices : IDR 1075K net/car with English speaking driver only

Sunset Tour

Departure : 13:00pm

  • Lod Tunduh : Painting Village
  • Tegenungan : Water Fall
  • Mengwi : Royal Family Temple
  • Tanah Lot : Temple on The Sea and
    Wonderful Sunset

Inclusions : Petrol, Parking fees, Balinese cloth for temple visit, English speaking driver,
Cold mineral water. Temple’s admission fees are not included.

Prices : IDR 1075K net/car with English speaking driver only

Amed Snorkeling Tour

Departure : 08.30am (Full Day Tour)
Itinerary :

  • Sidemen – Nice view of rice terrace and countryside
  • Amed – Good place for snorkeling and diving
  • Tirta Gangga – The Water Garden
  • Lempuyang temple
    Inclusion : Petrol, Parking fees, Balinese cloth for temple visit, English speaking driver,
    Cold mineral water. Temple’s admission fees are not included.

Prices : IDR 1175K net/car with English speaking driver.

Singaraja – Lovina North of Bali Tour

Departure : 08.30 am (Full Day Tour)
Itinerary :

  • Mengwi – Royal Family Temple
  • Bedugul – Temple on The lake and Botanical Garden
  • Gigit – Waterfall with very good scenery
  • Lovina – The Black sandy beach
  • Banjar – The natural hot spring water
  • Munduk – The coffee plantation & Rice terrace view
    Inclusion : Petrol, Parking fees, Balinese cloth for temple visit, English speaking driver,
    Cold mineral water. Temple’s admission fees are not included.

Prices : IDR 1175K net/car with English speaking driver.

Note: Private tours with Professional Licensed Guide need reservation at least one day in advance and based on availability. 


  • Ubud Palace and the traditional market
  • Ubud Monkey forest
  • Art Museums
  • Ancient Temple
  • White Heron village


  • Airport 90 minutes
  • Kuta 80 minutes
  • Sanur 60 minutes
  • Ubud Palace and Ubud Market 15 minutes
  • Ubud Monkey Forest 20 Minutes
  • Tampak Siring Holly Spring 45 minutes
  • Ceking Tegallalang Rice Terrace 30 minutes
  • Batur Volcano 60 Minutes
  • Jimbaran 100 minutes
  • Nusa Dua 120 minutes


There are many things that you may experiences in the island. Below are some of activities that we recommend for you to discover in Ubud and beyond.

Ayung river or Telagawaja

Ride the region’s most exciting rapids. Wind down the scenic Ayung River, travelling through deep valleys with towering cliffs and cascading waterfalls. This thrilling two-hour tour is led by experts and is suitable for anyone with a sense of adventure.

Pick up schedule:

Morning       : 8.45 am –9.15 am Including Lunch

Afternoon   : 11:30 am -12:00 noon Including Lunch

By Mason Adventure 
IDR 995K net/adult  
IDR 695K net/child (7 to 12 years)
By Sobek                     
USD 79 net/adult       
USD 52 net/child (7 to 15 years)

Elephant Safari Ride

If you want to befriend the great Sumatran elephant, the try the short adventurer trek! You get to experience the beautiful landscape of the camp as well as venturing out for a trek along the edge of the valley.

The views are incredible, and you will also get to see tropical birds in their natural habitat. Feel free to relax and enjoy the stunning valley scenery. 
Pick up schedule:
Morning : 8.15 am –8.45 am 
Afternoon : 1.30 am – 2.00 pm 
By Mason Adventure
IDR 1,330K net/adult
(Short track)             
IDR 900K net/child (5 – 12 year)
IDR 360K net/per infant (0 – 5 years) 
IDR 3,990K net/per family (2 adult + 2 children)

Downhill Cycling

Using modern mountain bikes and safety equipment, the downhill trail from Mount Batur will lead you through sleepy villages along little-used roads and tracks.

Frequent stops along the way will give you the opportunity to visit temples, plantations and villages that offer an insight into a Bali that is not commonly seen. All of our guides come from the surrounding regions and are trained to entertain and educate with a broad depth of knowledge in Balinese culture and lifestyle.

To set the mood, we start the tour nestled high on the side of a volcano with morning tea and refreshments, overlooking Lake Batur and Bali’s highest volcanic craters. Once we start cycling, bottled water is continuously supplied and a cold towel at the end refreshes you before lunch. The tour concludes with lunch in Ubud.
Pick up schedule:
MORNING: 8.00 am – 8.30 am 
By Sobek                 
USD 79 per adult 
USD 52 per child (7 to 15 years)
By Bali Eco Cycling USD 40 per adult

Quad or Buggy adventure tour

The Buggy and Quad tours bring you to a part of Bali where you still can find old traditions alive. You will drive yourself with a specially designed off road car or 4-wheel motorcycle that copes with all kinds of terrain through an authentic part of Bali, passing rice fields, crossing jungle and driving through some Balinese kampongs (villages).

Pick up schedule:

EARLY BIRD             : 08.00am – 08.15am

MORNING               : 10.00am – 10.15am     

AFTERNOON          : 13.00pm – 13.15pm

By Pertiwi Quad Adventure 

USD 90 per adult (single ride)

USD 130 per two adults (tandem ride)


Catch the magnificent sight of the red sky when it appears during the beautiful sunrise from the top of the volcano. Walk around the rim of the volcanic cone and continue to the second crater, which last erupted in 1926, the third crater that erupted in 1963 and the youngest crater that erupted in 1974 and again in 1994.

Descending from the crater you will climb down to the black sand that was originally lava that flowed during the eruption.

Pick up time: Morning 2.30 am — Wake up call at 2.00 am
By Pineh trekking IDR 700Kper person

Full Day of Fun (VW SAFARI TOUR)

Enjoy a full day of adventure! Get picked up in Bali’s coolest mode of transport…
The VW Safari cruises through the rice paddies and sleepy villages of Bali – with the roof down and the wind rushing through your hair! Stop at the Saba Bay stables for

an invigorating horse ride along the volcanic sands and crashing waves of Saba Beach. After this, it’s off to the lush Ayung Valley for an unforgettable white water rafting adventure down 12 km of incredible rapids.

After lunch overlooking the hills of Ubud, head to the world heritage site of Jati Luwih to witness some of the most beautiful rice paddies and inspiring views on earth.

Pick up time : Morning           : 08.00 am – 08.15 am

Return to hotel around           : 17:00 pm

By True Balinese       

IDR 2.415K net/per adult

IDR 1.765K net/per child

IDR 7.545K net/family

Bali Horse Riding

Trail ride on a secluded beach and through small seaside villages for a glimpse into Balinese daily life. An idyllic setting with crystal clear ocean waters, spectacular coastline and rural panorama. We pass traditional sea-salt harvesting huts, age old rice terraces, rivers, a bat cave, a coastal waterfall and a holy temple. A unique horse and carriage ride along the small village roads completes our tour of natural beauty and Balinese hospitality.

Special Packages — Pick up schedule:

Morning: 08:00-08:30 am | Midday: 11:00-11:15 am | Afternoon: 14:00-14:15 pm

By True Balinese                                                  IDR 995K net/per adult

All trail rides are accompanied by one or more expert horsemen. For riding comfort, we recommend wearing long trousers and strong shoes. Beginners can be led by the tutor.

Your Daily Needs

We provide, Bottle of water and toilet supplies upon your arrival and will be refreshed on daily Basis.


Breakfast is served from to

Breakfast menu is available in the Restaurant

If you should wish to order something not available on the menu, please feel free to ask the staff, who will strive to comply with all of your requests.

Serving Balinese and Indonesian, Continental or American Breakfast, Served at Lembah Ayung Restaurant overlooks pool view and lush tropical garden valley. Advance booking is required for special diner ie; candlelight dinner, BBQ, Balinese royal Diner.

Please contact our guest relation staff for further assistance.

We ask that you do remember that we are on an island and in a country with a volatile currency and that as a result sometimes the prices of items (in particular imported goods) may fluctuate.


For you safety and convenience, we recommend you leave your room key with the Reception when leaving the resort. We may charge at USD 10 for losing the key.


All electrical outlets in your room operate at 220 volts. Plugs and sockets are of the two-round-prong type, though your room is equipped with a limited number of adaptors for all other plug types. Should you require additional adaptors, please let us know.

Electricity in Bali is at times unreliable and power outages are not uncommon, but they are usually dealt with promptly.  Typically the power does not remain off for more than thirty minutes at a time.


Wireless Internet connection is available at the Resort.

Wireless Network name            : Pramana Watu Kurung

Passwords                                    :  pramanahotels

Should you encounter any problem accessing internet please contact our staff at front desk immediately


If you bring your own mobile or cellular phone, you may wish to consider purchasing a pre-paid local telephone number with credit, which makes local calling much easier.  (It is easy to purchase refills for these cards.)  There are a few different brands you can buy, but the two most popular versions are Pro XL and Simpati.


We accept all major credit cards such as Visa, Master Card, American Express.


Individual electronic safes are available in your room. We recommend that you leave all your valuables in the safe. The hotel will not be responsible for valuable goods which have not be locked in the safety box.

Pool and Garden

The swimming pool is available for your use during both the day and night.  It is cleaned and sanitised every morning. We provide towels on the sundeck every day for your convenience.  When using the pool, please ensure that children are supervised at all times, and be aware that the pool is shallow in some areas. The Pramana Watu Kurung advises extra caution be taken when swimming in the pool, as we will not assume responsibility for any injuries or accidents.

As Bali is tropical, and your room is open air, we would like to inform you that you may encounter the occasional presence of small native animals such as geckos and frogs co-habiting your living space.  Geckos, frogs, and spiders in Bali are not poisonous, and are usually more frightened of you that you may be of them.  The Balinese typically do not like snakes, and therefore snake control on the island is quite vigorous so you will likely not confront any.  In the event you should encounter a snake, however, please alert the staff, who will promptly remove the pest.  When the villa is not occupied by guests, we ensure pest control measures are employed; normally we schedule this once in two week.  In the event your stay coincides with a scheduled treatment, we will advise you in advance. Mosquitoes are unavoidable. We recommend the use of insect repellent lotions, such as ‘Off’ or ‘Autan’, especially during the hours of dusk. Homeopathic brands are not available in Bali.


Our staff will be on hand to arrange your daily laundry, our staff could send the dirty cloth to the local laundry company with reasonable price. ( Laundry Price List is available in the room) Please ensure that you relay any special instructions for the care of your garments directly to the staff to prevent any harm to your clothing, particularly if you have any garments made of silk or delicate fabric.  To avoid misunderstandings, please make sure you give your dry cleaning to the staff separately from your regular laundry, and ensure that the staffs understands that these items are to be dry cleaned only.

You will be asked to sign a dry cleaning or laundry bill each time your clothes are sent out for professional care. All charges for laundry & dry cleaning will be presented to you. Typically this service requires one full day services.


Two bottles of water are supplied daily free of charge. Please be informed that our tap water is not recommended for drinking.


We will be happy to assist you should the need for assistance arise. 

Please Dial 0 for assistance


Please allow sufficient time for the collection of your luggage.

Please inform one of our staff members at least 30 minutes prior to your departure.

For delivery or collection of any item or luggage from your room.


Check out time is 12 noon. However, if your scheduled departure does not coincide with our check out time, please contact the Reception and every effort will be made to accommodate your needs. A half day charge may be incurred.


Make sure your door is properly locked whenever you leave your room or before retiring for the night. Do not admit any stranger into your room: any suspicious person should be reported to the Reception.


We strive to achieve a standard of privacy that exceeds those levels found at any hotel. Our staffs are specially trained to be discreet and to provide you with the utmost in privacy.  They will never disturb you while you are in your room or villa, and will always consult you before entering your house to clean it.

If you do not wish to be disturbed in your room, please hang on your door the “Don’t Disturb” sign.

It is not uncommon for our guests to prefer complete privacy during the length of their stay in their room, or for a part of the duration.  Should this be the case for you, do not hesitate to inform our Staff, so that this can be arranged.  The cleaning of your room can be carried out while you are out, or upon your request.



The resort is secured 24 hours, 7 Days a week by our staff members. To responsible for ensuring that your stay is safe and secure at night.

Loss & Damages

Whilst we appreciate that a degree of wear and tear is unavoidable, we would like to stress that any excessive damages or significant losses will be charged to our guests. We ask for particular consideration if you are intending on hosting any sort of event in the villa where accidents might occur.

The resort is not liable for any accident, bodily or material, loss of or damage to personal belongings, including, but not limited to electronic & audiovisual equipment and vehicle. The guests enter the resort area at it’s own risk. All activities are undertaken by the guests and it’s own risk.  Please store all the valuable thing in the safety box provided.


The options for transportation in Bali are to self-drive or to have a car with driver. We strongly recommend that you hire a car and driver for the duration of your stay in Bali. Renting motor bike is also an option (please see the Driving in Bali section of this book).



It is available with or without driver with hourly rental fee. To rent a car without a driver guests must have their International Driving License.

Please contact staff for assistance by dialing ‘’0”

SundayJaya SwaraLegong of MahabarataUbud Palace7:30PM
TreneJenggalaKecak Fire and Trance DancePadang TegalKaja7:00PM
Oka KartiniWayangKulit (Shadow Puppet Play)Oka Kartini8:00PM
The Peliatan MastersLegong DanceArma7:30PM
CahyaWarsaJangerUbud Water Palace7:30PM
SuaraSaktiJegog (Bamboo Gamelan)Bentuyung Village7:30PM
Krama Ds SambahanKecak Fire and Trance DanceBatuKaru Temple7:30PM
PondokPekakLegong DanceJabaPura Taman Sari7:30PM
Sekaa Gong WanitaMekar SariDancer and Musicians of PeliatanBalerungMandera7:30PM
MondaySadhaBudayaLegong DanceUbud Palace7:30PM
Krama Ds AdatJunjunganKecak Fire (Monkey Chant Dance )Junjungan Village7:00PM
ShandhiSuaraBarong and Keris danceWantilan7:00PM
TuesdayBinaRemajaRamayana BalletUbud Palace7:30PM
SemaraRatihSpirit of BaliJabaPuraDesaKutuh7:30PM
ShandhiSuaraKecak Fire and Trance DancePadang TegalKelod7:30PM
WayangKulitKerthaWayangKulit (Shadow Puppet Play)Monkey Forest8:00PM
GentaBhuana SariLegong DanceBalerung Stage7:30Pm
Skaa Gong KaryasaLegong DancePuraDalemUbud7:30PM
Chandra WatiWoman Gamelan with Child DanceUbud Water Palace7:30PM
WednesdayPancaArtaLegong and Barong DanceUbud Palace7:30PM
PondokPekakFrog DancePadang TegalKelod7:00PM
Oka KartiniWayangKulit (Shadow Puppet Play)Oka Kartini8:00PM
YamasariLegong DanceYamasari Stage-Peliatan7:30PM
TreneJenggalaKecak Fire and Trance DancePadang TegalKaja7:00PM
YowanaSwaraJegog (Bamboo Gamelan)PuraDalemUbud7:00PM
Krama Ds Taman KajaKecak Fire and Trance DancePuraDalem Taman Kaja7:30PM
ThursdayPancaArtaLegong Trance and Paradise DanceUbud Palace7:30PM
SemaraMadyaKecak Fire (Monkey Chant Dance )PuriAgungPeliatan7:30PM
Anangga SariLegong DanceJabaPuraDesaKutuh7:30PM
Skaa Raja PeniBarong and Keris dancePuraDalemUbud7:30PM
CenikWayahSpirit of Gamelan(Barong & Child DanceUbud Water Palace7:30PM
ShandhiSuaraKecak Fire and Trance DancePadang TegalKelod7:30PM
Krama Ds SambahanKecak Fire and Trance DanceBatuKaru Temple7:30PM
FridaySadhaBudayaBarong DanceUbud Palace7:30PM
Tirta SariLegong DanceBalerung Stage Peliatan7:30PM
Padang SubadraKecak and Fire DancePadang TegalKelod7:00PM
Oka KartiniWayangKulit (Shadow Puppet Play)Oka Kartini8:00PM
SuaraSaktiJegog (Bamboo Gamelan)Bentuyung Village7:30PM
Krama Ds AdatUbudKajaKecak Ramayana and Fire DancePuraDalemUbud7:30PM
SaturdayBinaRemajaLegong DanceUbud Palace7:30PM
Gunung SariLegong DancePuriAgungPeliatan7:30PM
TreneJenggalaKecak Fire and Trance DancePadang TegalKaja7:00PM
WayangKulitKerthaWayangKulit (Shadow Puppet Play)Monkey Forest8:00PM
CandraWirabuanaLegong DanceUbud Water Palace7:30PM
PndokPekakFrog DancePadang TegalKelod7:00PM
SatyaBrastaChildren DanceArma Open Stage7:00PM
SemaraRatihThe Beauty of LegongPuraDalemUbud7:30PM
Krama Ds Taman KajaKecak Fire and Trance DancePuraDalem Taman Kaja7:30PM
Every 1st & 15th:Gambuh Dance Pura Ds Batuan7:00PM
Every Full Moon & New Moon : Kecak Dance Arma Open Stage7:00PM

First Aid and Medical Issues

Bali is a tropical island, and its hot and humid climate is ideal for the growth of bacteria and fungi.  Because of this it is wise to take extra care with cuts, food storage, and hygiene.  Always make sure you keep any wounds clean and dry to help prevent infection.

To help avoid suffering any unnecessary ailments while you are in Bali, you can take a few easy preventative measures:

  • The sun in Bali is exceptionally powerful, although the wind and humidity may make its strength deceiving. Always wear sunscreen, even on cloudy days, and it also advisable to also wear a hat or sunglasses to protect your eyes.  The hottest hours of the day are typically between 11am and 2pm, so during these times take extra care not to overexert yourself, resulting in overheating and dehydration.  To prevent this, it is recommended you drink plenty of bottled water throughout the day. 
  • Should you suffer any minor injuries or ailments, and require medical attention, or should you having medical emergency please contact resort staff.

Whatever you may need, the staffs are available to help, and should you require a doctor do not hesitate to inform our manager, who will make appropriate arrangements for you. Medical services offered is listed in the Reference section at the end of this book. 

Should you need the services of one of the clinics during your stay in Indonesia, please take note that Bali’s clinics are not set up to deal with serious medical situations, particularly head or spinal injuries.  In the unfortunate event that something should occur, we recommend that you organise air evacuation to first world medical facilities, either in Singapore or Australia.  This can be arranged though the BIMC medical clinic.  You can call them directly or ask the staff to do this for you.

Tropical Diseases

For the most part in bali, clear of Malaria, Dengue Fever, and Japanese B Encephalitis – all mosquito borne diseases. Keep in mind, though, that Bali is still a tropical island and cases of these sicknesses can and do still occur. Generally speaking, you do not have to worry. However, if you plan to explore the Northern or Western areas of the island, please take sensible precautions to minimise the risk of insect bites. Below are a few tips we suggest you follow:

  • At night, wear light coloured clothing, long sleeved shirts and long pants
  • use mosquito repellents with a strong DEET formulation
  • refrain from wearing any form of scented toiletries or perfume
    Please also remember that sudden changes of diet and climate can sometimes cause stomach problems. Poorly prepared food can also affect your body, so please exercise some care with what and where you eat or drink.

Taxi Services

Transportation by taxi to and from the resort is easy to arrange. The system for street names and numbering in Bali is inconsistent, and often time’s streets do not have names, however we have permanent and official address :

“Banjar Bunutn, Jln. Batu Kurung IV, Kedewatan, Ubud  – Bali Phone : +62 361 981 799  email :info@pramanawatukurung Web :”

Should you expect Visitors or Mails, Please give this address.  In Some Part of the town is   almost impossible to give directions to a taxi driver.  It is also very difficult to call taxis from many villas, especially if they are located in rural areas, because they are not easy to find.

Driving In Bali

The cost of a private car and chauffeur in Bali is very reasonable.  If, however, you want to drive yourself, you must have an International Driving Licence or an Indonesian Driving Licence, called a ‘SIM.’  If you do not have a permit upon your arrival in Bali, it is fairly easy to obtain one. 

If you choose to drive without a licence and the police stop you, you should expect to pay a small penalty.  If the police do not ask for money right away, or if they tell you that you must accompany them to the police office, you should ask them if you can pay the fine right there on the spot. The standard fine is generally from Rp. 20,000 – 50,000.  Payment of this fine is a preferable alternative to a trip to the local police station to process paperwork.  No matter what the circumstances, be polite, be patient.

Also, please consider that driving in Bali requires a certain disregard for all forms of normal traffic rules and road etiquette. Accidents are common, and regardless of the circumstances, more often than not, if one of the parties involved is a tourist, it will be the tourist’s fault. Keep this in mind: even if the police come and say that you are not at fault for the accident, you will most likely still be required to pay for all damages.

Here are some basic guidelines to follow:

  • The right of way in Bali typically belongs to the biggest vehicle in the road, or to whoever gets there first. Pedestrians are merely considered road hazards. Drivers often enter traffic at will and do not look back to see if their path is clear. People generally expect that other drivers will make way for them, but they are also very patient of others who enter in front of them, and in this way there is a sort of mutual tolerance amongst all drivers. So take extra care to take note of what is going on in front of you, and do not worry too much about what is happening behind you.
  • The predominant vehicle on the roads in Bali is the ubiquitous moped; its relatively small size enables the driver to slip in and out of lanes and in between other vehicles quite easily, the rule being that there is always enough room for one more to enter the fray. It is best to understand the fluidity of the situation on the road and to expect that anything might happen at any time.  Driving with a spirit of accommodation will make travelling more enjoyable and easier to understand.
  • The smaller mountain roads often have very steep grades and an uncertain quality of service; they are perhaps best travelled by mountain bike
  • Please also keep in mind that Indonesian roads are dynamic and are constantly changing. This means that a section of the road which you passed by only hours before may be completely different when you pass by again later. For example, piles of dirt and stones are often dumped into the road for building purposes but no warning signs are posted whatsoever to warn you.  The general rule of thumb is to NEVER TAKE YOUR EYES OFF THE ROAD when driving in Bali.
  • Petrol can be purchased at Government operated stations (pompabensin or pertamina) which are located at the main roads running in and out of larger towns, or at village kiosks which bear the sign “Premium or bensin”. Please keep in mind that when purchasing petrol at these kiosks, the prices typically run around 20% higher than at the large petrol stations, and the petrol is often mixed with water which can damage the engines of cars and motorbikes. Signs which read “Solar” mean diesel.
  • If your rented vehicle is in need of servicing, please note that service stations and repair shops are called “bengkel”, although it will be the responsibility of the hiring agent to carry out any necessary repairs.
  • In the unfortunate event that you should be involved in an accident, we encourage you to remain calm and be polite, even try to smile about it, as this will ease the mood of those involved and will be more conducive to avoiding unnecessary hostile confrontations. Please remember you are in foreign country, and that situations such as these are handled very differently here. Bystanders might get involved and may take a partisan stance, whatever the circumstances may be. Do please try and avoid getting into situations that might endanger your well being at all costs.

Our advice to you is to hire a car and driver, as we believe this is a much less stressful means of transportation, and by western standards, is very inexpensive.


Puri Lukisan Museum

Jl. Raya Ubud
Open daily, 8am – 4pm

Agung Rai Museum of Art

Jl. Pengosekan
Open daily, 9am – 6pm

The Blanco Renaissance Museum

Campuan, Ubud
Open daily, 9am – 5pm

Neka Art Museum

Jl. Raya Campuan
Open daily, 8am – 5pm

Museum Rudana

Jl. CokRai Pudak, Peliatan
Open daily, 9am – 5pm



The Hotel’s vehicle is available for following transfer services:

Call our receptionfor your transfer arrangement.

PWK – Ubud Central


Ubud – Candidasa


Ubud– Tirta gangga


Ubud – Airport/Kuta


Ubud – Tulamben


Ubud – Bedugul


Ubud – Amed


Ubud – Pemuteran


Ubud – Munduk


Ubud – Nusa Dua


Ubud – Tanah Lot


Ubud – Around


Ubud – Sanur


Ubud – Sidemen


Ubud – Denpasar


Ubud – Lovina


Ubud – Benoa


Ubud – Canggu


Ubud – Padang Bay


Ubud – Teja kula


Ubud – Sayan


Ubud – Uluwatu


Ubud – Medewi


Ubud – Bali Birds Park


Ubud – Payangan


Ubud – Taro Elephant


Ubud – Batu Karu


Ubud – Bali Zoo


Ubud – Bali Safari


Ubud – Padang-padang


Full Day Tour  ( Max 8 hours )


Half Day Tour ( Max 4 hours )


Hourly Tour ( Min  3 hours )

150k / Hours

*Rates are in Indonesian Rupiah (IDR) and including tax and service charge.

Call our reception for your  transfer arrangement.

Notes of Caution


Whilst Bali is generally safe to walk around even at night, we recommend that you always use your personal driver or a licensed taxi to move around after dark.


Please understand that the drug-related laws are very different here in Bali than elsewhere in the world. The authorities in Bali pursue drug enforcement vigorously.  The penalties for possession are severe and are applied whether you are a visitor or a resident.  We cannot stress enough the dangers associated with this issue, and under no circumstances should you become involved in any form of illegal drug use.

Also it is advisable to be wary at private parties where you suspect illegal drugs are being used.  The police in Bali have been known to raid parties and hold all guests responsible in the event they are suspect of illegal substance abuse, so be aware of this and act responsibly.  Also take note that occasionally police roadblocks are set up and when stopped, people are expected to empty their pockets.


Please call our resort Manager immediately if you are taken into custody by the police for any reason.  These telephone numbers are listed in the telephone directory at the end of this book.


We strongly advise that you make photocopies of your airline tickets and your passport’s identification pages. We also urge you to make a list of all of your traveller’s checks as well as the details and emergency fax and telephone numbers of your credit cards. All of this information should be kept in a safe place separate from your wallet/purse. Having this information readily available will expedite the replacement of these items in the unfortunate event they should be lost or stolen.

At The End of Your Stay

  • Please check to ensure that you have packed all of your belongings.
  • Pay all of your bills that have not already been settled, which may include those for dry cleaning, transportation, or room Charges.
  • You will be expected to pay for any items in your villa that you may have broken or damaged. As we understand that exceptions may be warranted, this will be handled on a case-by-case basis, and can be discussed with resort manager.
  • Please be aware that the airport charges IDR 200,000 departure tax per person for international flight while domestic flight at IDR 75,000 per person.


Our staffs work very hard to ensure that your stay is enjoyable and relaxing.  The average monthly salary in Bali is low by Western standards, so tips from our guests can result in a substantial change in lifestyle for the staff, and are always greatly appreciated. 

Tip amounts are left to client discretion, can be done by giving straight to the staff or Operation Head for all staff shared.

Quick Reference Section

Bintang, main road sanggingan ubud | 8am – 10pm
Bintang offers a wide enough range of products for most needs. Whilst the selection of imported goods and produce does not match higher end deli-markets (Dijon and Gourmet Garage), it is easily the most convenience starting point. There is a small book and magazine store (often a higher prices than you would find at home), a large refrigerated section and a home wares department.

In the front of Bintang, you will also find ATMs and cell-phone counters, where you may purchase pre-paid mobile phone cards.

Phone Directory Contact Numbers
Operator  Dial 0
General Numbers +62 361 xxxxxx
Telephone Operator (0361) 108 or 147 
International Operator (0361) 101 or 007
Airlines and Airport +62 361 xxxxxx
Airport Information 751011ext.5122/3
Cathay Pacific 753942/766931 
Qantas Airways 288 331
Garuda 288 011/241690
Singapore Airlines 768 388
Thai Airways 288 141
China Airlines 754 856
Continental Airlines 768 358
Eva Air 768 405
Japan Airlines 757 077
Malaysian Airlines 764 995
Royal Brunei 769 238
Air Bali 767 466
Embassies and Consulates +62 361 xxxxxx
Australia, Canada & New Zealand (JlTantular no 32 Renon Denpasar)241 118
United Kingdom (Jl.Tirtanadi no 20 Sanur)          270 601
Austrian & Switzerland (Komp.IstanaKutaGaleria,blokWalet II/12,Kuta)751735
Japan (Jl.RayaPuputan no 170, Renon Denpasar) 227 628
Chech Republic (Jl.Pangembak no 17 Sanur)  286 465
Italy (Lotus EnterpriceBuilding,Jl.By Pass NgurahRaiJimbaran) 701 005
United States (Jl.HayamWuruk no 188 Denpasar) 233 605
Spain (Komp.IstanaKutaGaleria,blokWalet II/11) 769 286
Netherlands (Jl.RayaKuta no 127, Kuta) 761 502
Mexico (Jl.MohamadYamin 1A, Renon Denpasar) 223 266
Hungary (Jl.RayaKuta 88R, 3rd floor, Kuta) 757 557
Germany (Jl.PantaiKarang no 17 Sanur) 288 535
France (Jl.MertasariGg.II/8, Sanur) 285 485
Finland & Sweden (Jl.SegaraAyu, Segara Village, Sanur) 288 407
Denmark & Norway (Perumahan Bukit Permai, Jimbaran) 701 070
Medical Clinics +62 361 xxxxxx
Ubud Clinic 
Phone: (0361) 974-911
Jl. Raya Campuhan No. 36, Ubud, Bali
Toya Medika Clinic Ubud
Jl. Raya PengosekanUbud 80571 Gianyar  – Bali
Phone (62-361)978078 , 7468151 / Fax : (62-361)971264
BIMC Hospital – 24 Hours Medical & Emergency Centre
BIMC Hospital was officially opened on 27th July 1998 and was established to provide an excellent primary health care and emergency services for tourists, travelers and expatriates living in Bali. 24 Hours Emergency Line
(+62 361) 761 263
Nusa Dua
(+62 361) 3000 9
Dental Clinics:
• DrIndra Guizot, Jl. Patimura 19, Denpasar, Tel: 62-361-222445, 62-361-234375
• DDS. RitjieRihartinah, JlPratama No. 81, Nusa Dua Tel : 62-361-771324
SOS International
Opened in 1999, offers International SOS members and visitors to Bali comprehensive primary health care and 24-hour emergency medical services
Jl. By Pass NgurahRai, Denpasar, Bali – Indonesia Tel. 62-361-710505, Fax. 62-361-764530
Major hospitals :
• Rumah Sakit Umum Sanglah (Public Hospital), Jl. Diponegoro, Sanglah, Denpasar, Tel: 62-361-227911, 62-361-227912, 62-361-227913.
• Rumah Sakit Kasih lbu (Private Hospital with special maternity unit), Jl. Teuku Umar No 120, Tel: 62-361-223036, 62-361-237016 
Surya Husadha Hospital (Private)
Jalan Pulau Serangan 7 Denpasar – Bali, Tel: 62-361-233787, Fax: 62-361-231177
Rumah Sakit Prima Medika (Private Hospital)
 Jl. PulauSarangan, Denpasar, Tel: 62-361-236225 Fax: 62-361-236203
Bali has a new Emergency Response Centre – Dial 112
Have a good stay with us…..
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