To all our wonderful guests just an update of what’s happening at Bidadari Private Villas & Retreat- Ubud.
All our team here have had their first vaccine shots and some have already had the second vaccine shot so we are all well on the way to welcoming international guests. We are already welcoming guests from the domestic sector and that is helping to keep us busy and happy Bali Governor Wayan Koster has announced plans for a tourism scheme that would see the island of Bali introduce ‘Green Zones’ in a bid to welcome travellers.
Tourism and Creative Economy Minister Sandiaga Uno has indicated that crowd favourites like Nusa Dua, Kuta, Nusa Penida and Ubud are favourites to be designated as green zones.
We’ve also set in place the new normal in line with govt regulations to protect the health and safety of all our guests with hand washing facilities in front of reception and temperature testing on arrival, we also have protective screen at reception to ensure everyone stays healthy and safe.
Our villas are completely private each with their own garden and pool so there is extra protection for social distancing and we are making sure all the villas, cars and food areas are regularly and completely sanitised everyday.
Since the lockdown all of us have been working hard to ensure every guests total safety. On behalf of Bidadari family we want to say we cannot wait to see you all and ensure you have a happy healthy and safe stay and we exceed your expectations as a guest in our villas.
With love from Bali
Rana and the family from Bidadari Private Villas and Retreat Ubud Bali
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3 Nights stay in one bedroom pool villa with panoramic valley view
Consider us for your Honeymoon stay or romantic getaway we are at your service, please contact us direct for any special arrangements
Share the unforgettable holiday with your beloved, with this amorous experience. Get a little inspiration to help you realize what you want to say. Celebrate a special moment in your private pool just the two of you. Enjoy the beautiful water and nature surrounding you both with a two courses menu and a glass of cocktail.
There are so many ways to express your love. All you need is a little inspiration to help you realize the words you would like to say. experiencing a delicious meal is wonderful, but the best part is sharing the occasion with someone special that you love.
Celebrate a memorable moment in your beautiful private villa, just the two of you. Where love starts with the food, relax and chill out, and this special night will bring you deep joy. With cheerful elegant set up, and a tantalizing six courses menu.
The menu especially selected by our Executive Chef for your enjoyment. Served with tender, love and care by your personal butler. Herewith we present the most beautiful night at Bidadari Private Villas & Retreat. Available every night when weather permitting. Please reserve one day in advance
At Bidadari, we offer a unique opportunity to immerse your senses in the true flavors and aromas of a BBQ on our paradise island. The menu has been compiled carefully by our Chef in order to make this experience accessible for the whole family.
Setting up at your beautiful private villa and served with your private chef and butler,our Private Chef BBQ Dinner experience is not to be missed.
Enhanced with the famous homemade spices of Bali and accompanied by mouth watering condiments and side dishes, this is a dinning pleasure to be savored.
Green papaya salad
Julienne green papaya, carrot, capsicum, bean sprout, coriander, mint, fried peanut and brown sugar tangy dressing
Hot and sour soup
Hot and sour sea food soup with mushroom, tomato, shallot, lemongrass
Sautéed vegetables, baked potato or steamed rice or potato wedges, sauces and condiments
Tropical summer water melon
Water melon with strawberry salad, lime sorbet and black pepper syrup
The true Balinese cuisine is like all else in Bali, a matter of contrast. There are every day foods and there are festival foods. The staple of daily fare is rice, accompanied by vegetables, a small amount of fish or meat, and a range of condiments, usually cooked in the early morning, and consumed whenever the need arises, often as snacks.
Most Balinese meals are eaten quickly and without fanfare. Dining out and in groups is not a normal social custom.
Festivals are the major exception food is prepared in an elaborate and decorative manner and is eaten communally, marking the occasion as something out of the ordinary.
All of the dishes at the Bidadari are therefore created with a festival mood in mind, the meal is served “ family style “ as food should be, placed in the middle of the table to be shared and enjoyed by all.