Ubud, Bali, Indonesia
Ubud is Bali’s prominent art center, famous for its painter’s community. But Ubud is special in more ways than one. You will find emerald green ricefields in the stunning central Balinese foothills, the village also used to be the center for medicinal sources. It has its own magic, and its particularly beautiful surroundings and gracious way of life have drawn travelers and artists from all over the world in recent decades; some have even adopted Ubud as their own home.
The magic is easy to find – just take a walk south of the village through its terraced paddy fields to the monkey forest. Freshwater spouts out of the sheer rock at the base of the ravine, and a bath in a secluded, shady spot is purifying.
Set amongst beautiful Balinese rice fields and lush greenery, Suly Center offers its guests peace and tranquillity with a truly authentic ancient Balinese vibe spread over a wide-ranging area.
The spiritual centre has a vegetarian restaurant in the front, a spacious more private dining in the garden, a swimming pool, a large yoga hall, a temple shala and a paddy deck, as well as a meditation pyramid.
Suly has a long history of hosting spiritual gatherings and this energy can be felt in the peaceful, tranquil surroundings and the many little temples spread throughout the spacious tropical garden. It is a quite unique and truly inspiring spiritual location and a perfect setting for a yin yoga immersion.
At the same time, it is also very centrally located and as soon you leave the gate you find yourself in the middle of the buzzing local Balinese life not too far away from the Ubud Centre.
It is a 1-hour drive from the Ngurah Rai International Airport and a 10-minute drive from the Ubud Monkey Forest and nearby places like hospitals, clinics, restaurants, and museums, and art galleries.