Whether you are planning the wedding of your dreams or reconnecting with your loved one, celebrate your Love at Kupu Kupu Resorts. Walk down a rose-strewn aisle on the beach in Jimbaran and Koh-Phangan or exchange your vows surrounded by the stunning view of the Ayung River in Ubud. We offer the perfect package to create memories that will last a lifetime.
Choose between our various wedding packages and romantic dinners.
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Chocolate Cafe now delivers in Jimbaran area !
From Sushi to pastries, enjoy scrumptious dishes in the comfort of your own home.
Call 0361 704 663 for our delivery service.
Delivery Fee IDR 15 000.
Delivery is free for IDR 300 000 minimum purchase orders.
Still lavish, still limitless, still scrumptious…. But with new features:
· - Free Flow of Wine
· - All you can eat 100% pure French butter pastries
· - All you can eat fresh imported products
NEW PRICE: IDR 195 000 NET /person !!!
Still available every Sunday at Chocolate Cafe Jimbaran Corner.
2013 will be remembered as a successful summer for Kupu Kupu Resorts. Our Jimbaran and Ubud resorts have been both recognized best in their categories:
Kupu Kupu Barong Villas and Tree Spa, Ubud:
Best Signature Boutique/Villas by the Hospitality Asia Platinum Awards
Top ranked propertiy by Expedia® Insiders’ Select™ 2013
Kupu Kupu Jimbaran Rooftop Suites and Spa:
Outstanding Partner/Best Room Nights production in the Bukit Peninsula by the Booking.com Awards
To book your award winning vacation, visit www.kupuresorts.com
For the celebration of the Indonesian Independence Day, the New Kuta Golf will be holding a golf tournament on Saturday August 17th 2013.
Located only 15 min away from Kupu Kupu Jimbaran, this 18 holes golf overlooking the beaches of Dreamland and Balangan is one of the most famous in Asia. Perched above a cliff and edged by the crystal waters of the Indian Ocean, it is a real piece of paradise for players from around the world.
The event will be open to members and visitors.
Tournament Fees :
Member : Rp 350 000
Member Guest : Rp 800 000
Visitors : Rp 1 000 000
If you stay with us, do not hesitate to ask our staff about the event. We will be more than happy to help you register.
For more information: firstname.lastname@example.org / +62 0361 703 342
The Arma museum opens its doors for the Ubud Jazz Festival on 9th and 10th August 2013. Located only 15 minutes away from Kupu Kupu Barong Villas & Tree Spa Ubud, event will be held from 3 p.m. until late in the night.
A hundred of renowned internationals and Indonesians jazz music players are invited to perform in the heart of Bali. Among them Peter Beets (Netherlands), Uwe Plath, Dian Pratiwi (Germany), Diego Maroto and Michael Verapeen Quintet (Malayasia), Yokohama Association of Artists (Japan), Balawan, Dwiki Dharmawan, Simak Dialog, The Jongens, Yuri Mahatma, Koko Harsoe, Astrid Sulaiman, the Underground Jazz Movement and Ito Kurdhi.
This year, the Ubud Jazz Festival adds a green touch to the festivities. LED lightings and homemade torches will be used to light the entire shows. Musicians will be provided with bicycles to go from one stage to another and recycle bins as well as a no plastic bags policy will be hallmarks. Tree-planting sessions will also be organized in the afternoon.
Food and beverages will be available throughout the festival.
Two days passes are IDR 550 000 while one day pass is IDR 360
Location: Arma Ubud, Pengosekan, Bali
Contact : +62.361.285196
Pamper yourself with trained therapists and the brightest colors from O.P.I.
Last week, our therapists at Bamboo Spa by L’Occitane and Mango Tree Spa by L’Occitane received a professional training from the world known nail polish brand O.P.I
They had the chance to learn how to perform the perfect manicure and make you feel beautiful, from cuticles to toes!
You can now enjoy more quality treatments, combining the best of cosmetics products and expert techniques, only at our Spas by L’Occitane.
For more information and bookings visit our website: www.kupuresorts.com
The best beaches in Bali are mostly located in the southern tip of the island, in Bukit. Kupu Kupu Jimbaran is the perfect hotel to stay in within the area if you are interested in discovering this side of Bali.
As the beaches are sometimes difficult to access with a taxi or by car, I strongly recommend to rent a scooter for the day to explore them. You can rent one for as cheap as 4$ per day and there is very little hassle in doing so. You can contact our reservation to assist you. We can also help you to get private transportation or to rent your own car.
Please note that to access all of these beaches, you normally have to pay a small fee to the village (between 1000 and 5000 rupiah). If you come with a taxi, it will generally not be allowed for it to wait for you (drop only). For the way back, you will need to use local transport and bargain hard for the price.
Here is the list of our Top 10 best beaches in Bali:
1) Nunggalan Beach
Nunggalan Beach is a 2 kilometers stretch of yellow sand with rarely any visitors. The reason is that it is a bit long to access as you need to walk down a tiny path for about 30 minutes before you reach it. Swimming is limited and available only during high tide.
How to find it:
Take Jalan Uluwatu. 1 kilometer after Pecatu village, you will see Nunggalan beach written on a surf board. Follow this road until you arrive to a private property. Park your car/motorbike outside of it, then follow the path around the private property, which goes down to the beach. Don’t forget to take some water with you as there is nothing to buy there…
2) Bingin Beach
Bingin is not so secret, but it remains quiet and a great place to spend an afternoon. It is a surfing beach, with a dozens small warung right on the beach. Beautiful for sunset. For swimming, it is average though as it is rocky.
How to find it?
Take Jalan Uluwatu, then just before you arrive to Pecatu village, take a turn right to Jalan Bingin. About 2 km later, take a right turn when you see a billboard for The Calix Hotel. Continue on 500m, pay a small fee for entrance, park your car and walk 10 min to the beach.
3) Nyang Nyang
Very similar to Nunggalan, but slightly more crowded because more easily reachable. You’ll have to go down the numerous stairs before reaching your paradise. Prepare some water and snacks.
How to find it?
Take Jalan Uluwatu. 1 kilometer before Uluwatu, there is very old and damaged sign with “Nyang Nyang”. The path to go to the cliff is quite difficult to go through so if you are not too experienced with your motorbike, you’ll better step down and walk. When you arrive to the cliff, there is a few ladies selling snacks or offering massage, they will show you where to take the stairs down. If you are lucky you might see some monkeys as well.
4) Gunung Payung
Small beach, only about a hundred meter long, and rather easy to access.
How to find it:
From Kupu Kupu Jimbaran, go to Nirmala shopping center, then at the intersection turn left and follow Jalan Dharmawangsa until you see a small sign saying ‘Pura Gunung Payung” (Gunung Payung Temple). The access to the beach is located just next to it. You’ll only have a 10 minutes walk to reach the sand…
5) Pandawa and Kutuh Beaches
Pandawa and Kutuh Beaches used to be deserted, but a new road access has made them very reachable. In less than a year, several nearby hotels have managed to make deals with local communities for access to sunbeds and watersport equipment. Now, the beach is rather busy and lively. No longer the secret beach it used to be, but nevertheless still enjoyable and very recommended. Hurry up though because in a few years I am sure it will become overcrowded.
How to find it:
As for Gunung Payung beach, follow Jalan Dharmawangsa until you see a big sign on the street saying “Pandawa Secret Beach”. Then it is very easy, just follow to the village of Kutuh with your car or motorbike.
6) Green Bowl
Popular beach, it is rather easy to find and quite a fun trip as you might see monkeys on the road. There is a temple on top of the cliff, then about 15 minutes walk down the stairs.
How to find it:
Go through Ungasan village, then follow the main road going South.
Sawangan beach is the beautiful beach used by Hotel Nikko. There is a HUGE hotel being built not far from it, which I believe is the new Ritz-Carlton Bali set to open in 2014.
How to find it:
Go to Hotel Nikko, in the South of Nusa Dua. 200 meters before Nikko Hotel, you have a street named “Jalan Gunung Payung II”. Follow it for about a 100m and you will have just a few stairs before reaching the beach.
8) Balangan Beach
Balangan is far from being a secret beach for regulars of Bali, but it is still relatively unknown to most people. It is a surfing beach, but you have quite many small cafés and warungs that make it a great place to enjoy a lazy afternoon.
How to find it:
Go to Nirmala Supermarket in Ungasan. At the junction, just before Nirmala, turn on the right. Follow through then until you arrive at the beach.
9) Suluban Beach (Blue Point)
World-class thrilling waves meet jaw-dropping scenery at the secluded surfers’ paradise of Suluban Beach. Not so secret also, since a resort is named after it (NB: Blue Point Bay Villas & Spa). Located not too far from the picturesque Uluwatu Temple, this beach is the actual site of the famous Uluwatu surf break. This beach extends right up and joins the Uluwatu Beach. Located near the Monkey Forest in Ungasan, this beach offers a line of cliffs and reefs and amazing blue water.
How to find it:
Located at the Bukit Peninsula, Suluban Beach is connected to Kuta and Denpasar through Jimbaran by the busy Jalan Bypass Nusa Dua and this is the only route in. Approximately 34 Kilometers from Denpasar, the beach is about 30 minutes’ drive from the I Gusti Ngurah Rai Airport or about 45 minutes from the tourist resorts of Kuta-Legian. The other popular name for Suluban Beach is Blue Point Beach and this is not without reason since if you want to reach the beach you will have to pass the Blue Point Bay villas and spas and go straight down until you reach the beach..
10) Mimpi Resort Beach
Mimpi Resort Beach is the most secret of all the above mentioned beaches: So secret that it does not even have a real name. It is a nice beach, used only by local families, fishermen, or teenagers flirting together… Very relaxing and rather easy to access, it is also located only 5 minutes by motorbike from the hotel.
How to find it:
Go to Jalan Four Seasons. After passing the Four Seasons, turn immediately on the right following the indication for Mimpi Resort (the resort is actually closed now). When you arrive in Mimpi Resort, take the small path just left after the gazebo of security. Follow it for about 200m, then park your car/motorbike. Follow the path by foot; it will take you to the beach.
This summer, the heavenly beaches of the famous “Bukit” peninsula will get busy with some of the greatest international surfing events.
Here is a sneak peek of the long-awaited competitions.
Billabong 06 Star ASC event:
In partnership with the Asian Surfing Championships (ASC), the famous surf brand has announced that it will be hosting a 6 Star ASC event at Balangan Beach, Pecatu, Bali, from 4 – 7 July 2013.
Highly regarded by surfers for its long breaking left handed waves, Balangan is set against a beautiful beach backdrop, located only 09 kilometers away from Kupu Kupu Jimbaran.
Its white sand and crystalline water setting pleases holidaymakers and surfers from around the globe.
This event titled after Billabong’s new global campaign, “Life’s better in Boardshorts”, is a surf event that has been conceived to not just bring Asia’s best surfers together, but also beach lovers to have a good time.
Surfers from all over Asia (Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines, Taiwan, Korea, China and Japan and Indonesia) will all be competing with the same goal, the IDR 70 000 000 grand prize.
Rip Curl Cup 2013:
The international surf brand is thrilled to celebrate the ten-year anniversary of the Ultimate Tuberiding Contest on one of the most popular surf spot in Bali, Padang-Padang. Located on the Bukit peninsula, only 15 kilometers away from Kupu Kupu Jimbaran, its calm waters by the sand and break on the offshore reef make this beach a favorite for families and pro-surfers from around the world.
In the past years the Rip Curl Cup Invitational has seen some of the finest tube masters of the modern era compete in the spitting barrels of Padang Padang, including international icons such as Jamie O’Brien, Dean Morrison, Chris Ward, Makua Rothman, Ry Craike and Ozzie Wright. Meanwhile, Indonesia’s top surfers like Rizal, Garut, Bol, Mega, Lee Wilson, Marlon Gerber and Dede Suryana have consistently proven they can compete with the best in the world at the Balinese Pipeline.
This year, the waiting period for the perfect tubes is set July 1st to August 15th.
When the contest gets the green light, you can be certain Padang will be all-time and the barrel rides going down in the water will be among the best of the year.
Stay with us at Kupu Kupu Jimbaran and experience the events… front row seats!
Thong Sala food market, also called “Panthip”, is located in the city center. Only 2 kilometers away from Kupu Kupu Phangan, it is your one stop for many food options.
The fragrances and bustle of the colorful market instantly seize you. Dishes from around the world are exposed and prepared in front you. From Indian curry and chicken skewers to hamburgers and spaghettis Thong Sala will please the most discerning palates. Thais sweets, pancakes and fresh fruit juices are also part of the temptations.
Tables and chairs are always available for those who’d like to eat in.
Experience the great atmosphere of Thong Sala every day from 4:00 pm to 10:00 pm.